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Re: Texas 2017

Postby Unome » October 24th, 2016, 8:08 am

Congratulations to everyone who competed at Cyfalls yesterday!

Division B:
1. Beckendorff
2. Riverwood
3. Tays

Division C:
1. Seven Lakes
2. Clements
3. Tompkins

For those who don't know, Tays is a new JHS from Katy that (I think) feeds into Tompkins. Glad to see a new school doing so well; they were winning a ton of medals!!!
Nothing unexpected then (besides Tays)? (and scoresheets aren't out yet?)
Do you know which teams stacked and which didn't? I would guess that at least 7l stacked, LASA probably didn't...
Based on the scores it looks to me like Seven Lakes was definitely split (and Clements and LASA as well).
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Re: Texas 2017

Postby MyMomIsOkra » October 24th, 2016, 8:30 am

Also, is Tompkins a strong school? I don't think they placed as a team as state last year, but here they are getting third at Cyfalls, no mean feat...
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Re: Texas 2017

Postby Adi1008 » October 24th, 2016, 2:52 pm

Based on the scores it looks to me like Seven Lakes was definitely split (and Clements and LASA as well).
^this is right; few teams stack for Cyfalls
Also, is Tompkins a strong school? I don't think they placed as a team as state last year, but here they are getting third at Cyfalls, no mean feat...
They got 5th at state last year, narrowly losing to TAMS. I think they're one of the best teams in Texas behind SL/LASA/Clements and only trending upwards, especially with the emergence of Tays. Within a few years I think they'll be contending for a spot at nationals
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Re: Texas 2017

Postby jkang » October 25th, 2016, 3:08 pm

They got 5th at state last year, narrowly losing to TAMS. I think they're one of the best teams in Texas behind SL/LASA/Clements and only trending upwards, especially with the emergence of Tays. Within a few years I think they'll be contending for a spot at nationals
Tbh I'd be surprised if any school knocked off the Clements/LASA/7L trio anytime soon out of the top 3 at states, but it's nice to see Texas become a more competitive and nationally renowned state in SciO. Although idk if the strength of the middle school team really transfers over to the high school level, cuz I know a lot of the LASA team in '15 didn't do SciO at Kealing
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Re: Texas 2017

Postby Unome » October 25th, 2016, 3:22 pm

They got 5th at state last year, narrowly losing to TAMS. I think they're one of the best teams in Texas behind SL/LASA/Clements and only trending upwards, especially with the emergence of Tays. Within a few years I think they'll be contending for a spot at nationals
Tbh I'd be surprised if any school knocked off the Clements/LASA/7L trio anytime soon out of the top 3 at states, but it's nice to see Texas become a more competitive and nationally renowned state in SciO. Although idk if the strength of the middle school team really transfers over to the high school level, cuz I know a lot of the LASA team in '15 didn't do SciO at Kealing
It sure seems to be working for Seven Lakes though :)
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Re: Texas 2017

Postby MyMomIsOkra » November 3rd, 2016, 3:17 pm

Also, is Tompkins a strong school? I don't think they placed as a team as state last year, but here they are getting third at Cyfalls, no mean feat...
They got 5th at state last year, narrowly losing to TAMS. I think they're one of the best teams in Texas behind SL/LASA/Clements and only trending upwards, especially with the emergence of Tays. Within a few years I think they'll be contending for a spot at nationals[/quote]

What about TAMS? What are they looking like?
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Re: Texas 2017

Postby MyMomIsOkra » November 3rd, 2016, 3:19 pm

What about TAMS? What are they looking like?
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Re: Texas 2017

Postby texas » November 3rd, 2016, 3:53 pm

They got 5th at state last year, narrowly losing to TAMS. I think they're one of the best teams in Texas behind SL/LASA/Clements and only trending upwards, especially with the emergence of Tays. Within a few years I think they'll be contending for a spot at nationals
Tbh I'd be surprised if any school knocked off the Clements/LASA/7L trio anytime soon out of the top 3 at states, but it's nice to see Texas become a more competitive and nationally renowned state in SciO. Although idk if the strength of the middle school team really transfers over to the high school level, cuz I know a lot of the LASA team in '15 didn't do SciO at Kealing
It sure seems to be working for Seven Lakes though :)
cough *Beckendorff* cough
Also, is Tompkins a strong school? I don't think they placed as a team as state last year, but here they are getting third at Cyfalls, no mean feat...
They got 5th at state last year, narrowly losing to TAMS. I think they're one of the best teams in Texas behind SL/LASA/Clements and only trending upwards, especially with the emergence of Tays. Within a few years I think they'll be contending for a spot at nationals
What about TAMS? What are they looking like?[/quote]

Ok, so I go to Seven Lakes Junior High, and a lot of us are going to Tompkins, including me. However, Tays beat us at Cy-Falls, because most of the Tays team is from Woodcreek, and their current coach was the former Woodcreek coach so :/.
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Re: Texas 2017

Postby texas » November 3rd, 2016, 3:56 pm

grrr ignore this post
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Re: Texas 2017

Postby Unome » November 11th, 2016, 3:36 pm

Good luck to teams competing at Rice tomorrow! (and especially to Mat-Su CTHS from Alaska!)


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