Havocgamer49, is a young boy that lives somewhere in the state of North Carolina. This boy was (somehow) peer pressured into doing science olympiad in 6th grade, but ended up being the only one of his friends to make varsity team. Now this boy attempts to do science olympiad and not fail at Jay M. Robinson Middle School. This boy's team has gone from 7th at states in 2018 to 3rd at states in 2019 to hopefully 2nd at states this year and a chance to go to nationals.
|Number of years competing||3|
|National medals||None for the moment|
2018 (6th Grade)
Unlike most people who do Science Olympiad in Middle School, I was not completely naive and unprepared for the load that would fall on my shoulders. I did Science Olympiad from 3rd to 5th grade, so this whole business was very familiar to me. I ended up being one of 5 6th graders to make Varsity Team, and asserted myself as a competent competitor on our team. My coach in Disease Detectives was astounding this year and was one of the main reasons I won 1st at regionals, along with my best friend, my cheat sheet.
|Rocks and Minerals||(cancelled)||?||3rd||6th|
2019 (7th Grade)
This year I was a "sophomore" Science Olympian and I once again earned a spot on the Varsity Team, I was promoted from 2 events to 3 events this year and I attempted to make the most of this opportunity. I was once again given Disease Detectives, and this year I was back with a more competent partner and a revamped, but similar, cheat sheet. My coach in Disease Detectives was different, however no less astounding, as he taught in the areas I struggled in the most. Duct Tape Challenge really caught me off guard as it was something I dreaded, A BUILD EVENT, but through prodding from my mother, I ended up competing in this event. It was strange and new, which I did not like, however it grew on me as we (me and my partner) stacked up medals. However, after a crushing defeat at States with a humiliating placement for MY event, I was done with this. This year's states went much better than last year's but for some reason, it was much more disappointing to get 3rd place than 7th, probably because we were one spot away from making nationals.
|Duct Tape Challenge||(NA)||^5th||?||2nd||18th|
2020 (8th Grade)
Now this year I am a "Senior" at JMR and I was once again promoted, this time to 4 events. Now this year I once again opted for Disease Detectives and this year my partner is more competent than ever! Now remember when I said "I was done with this", well not exactly. With more prodding from my mother and my friend, I decided to compete in Mission Possible. Mission Possible has been interesting so far, it has been very fun, very stressful, very frustrating, very demoralizing, very fun, very fun, and very fun.
Alright RIP I guess that season was a failure. Kinda disappointed we probably would've made Nat's but still.
|Reach for the Stars||8th||2nd||2nd||3rd||1st||-||-|
Bolded indicates that I got a medal for that event
? indicates that I do not remember
NA indicates that it was not held at that competition
- indicates that it has not happened yet
 indicates that I did not participate in that event at that competition
^ indicates that I did not have my usual partner for that year
Here are my favorite events ranked from most favorite to least