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'''Division B'''
*Coolidge Middle School
*Coolidge Middle School
*Oak Middle School
*Oak Middle School
*Galvin Middle School
*Galvin Middle School
'''Division C'''

Revision as of 02:58, 10 August 2008

General Information
Total teams 53
Division B Champion Coolidge Middle School
Division C Champion Newton North High School


Massachusetts usually gets in the top 10 at nationals each year except for the 2008 year where the winning team got 17th place. In 2005 the winning team got 49th place which was a big surprise. Massachusetts is known for doing well at nationals especially in the building events.

State Results

Division B

Year First Place Place at Nationals Runner Up
2004 Coolidge 8th Curtis
2005 Curtis 49th Coolidge
2006 Coolidge 9th Curtis
2007 Coolidge 10th Curtis
2008 Coolidge 17th Curtis

Division C

i'll add info here later



Division B

  • Coolidge Middle School
  • Oak Middle School
  • Galvin Middle School

Division C




Division B - Assumption College, Worcester. March 14, 2009

Division C - Framingham State College. March 14, 2009


Division B

  1. Galvin Middle School, Wakefield
  2. Coolidge Middle School, Reading
  3. Ephraim Curtis Middle School, Sudbury
  4. Oak Middle School, Shrewsbury
  5. William Diamond Middle School, Lexington
  6. Kennedy-Longfellow School, Cambridge MA
  7. West Somerville Neighborhood School, Somerville
  8. Wayland Middle School, Wayland
  9. Boston Latin School, Boston
  10. Pioneer Charter School of Science, Everett
  11. Roxbury Preparatory School, Roxbury
  12. Kuss Middle School, Fall River
  13. Innovation Academy, Chelmsford
  14. Dudley Middle School, Dudley
  15. John Glenn Middle School, Bedford
  16. Chocksett Middle School, Sterling

Division C

I'll add info here later