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Stanley Tree
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The tests were certainly easier than last year's- sosci was normal, there was no insanely hard test (art was the closest), and math was an uber joke where last year it was just easy. I'd say that was worth 1,000 points over last year in general, if not more.
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Posted on: Oct 21 2017, 11:30 PM


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Dulles- 35,217

Honors
Sophie (11th)- 6,400 (4th)
Jeffrey (12th)- 5,680
Adarsha (11th)- 5,300

Scholastic
Sam (12th)- 6,331 (1st)
Abirami (12th)- 5,506 (4th)
Moeez (12th)- 5,466
Deep (11th)- 5,106
Vani (12th)- 5,097
Alan (11th)- 5,029
Olivia (11th)- 4,946
Matthew (11th)- 4,906
Dara (12th)- 4,654
Emily (11th)- 4,343
Chase (11th)- 4,029

Varsity
Leighton (12th)- 6,220 (1st)
Raven (12th)- 5,080 (2nd)
Tejas (12th)- 4,754
Logan (11th)- 4,751
Smit (11th)- 4,457
Ali (11th)- 3,986
Rachel (11th)- 3,894

Subjects
Math- 5,857 (joke of a test)
Music- 4,140
Eco- 4,540
Science- 5,580
Lit- 5,420
Art- 4,600
SoSci- 5,080


Pretty proud of the kiddos we have a lot of great kids this year. We have only covered art, sosci, and science in class, so all the other scores are just the kids on their own time putting in work, so when we get to them we should have a clearer idea of where we are. With the two extra weeks from no hurricane, and one extra for the meet, I expect that some of the north Texas teams to beat us, but I think we have a great group that can do some truly amazing things.
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Posted on: Oct 18 2017, 09:55 PM


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Ours are mostly easy. Maybe a few rough ones.

Call me an optimistic but I'm pretty excited about the meet. Honestly has been hard to focus on AP World with this thing coming up. The first one is always the worst because you don't really know how good you are until you're up against other teams.
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Posted on: Oct 18 2017, 04:14 PM


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QUOTE (TinDefacto @ Oct 18 2017, 03:46 PM) *
Indeed -- I'm excited!

Does anyone know what schools were particularly affected by the hurricane? Wondering if/how that'll affect things. Wishing the best to everyone in the continued road to recovery.


I believe every school district in that list was out for two weeks. I could be wrong but considering Katy was out two weeks and they were the least affected of the districts, I would assume.
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Posted on: Oct 16 2017, 10:59 PM


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Twelve Houston area teams will be attending the Morton Ranch High School meet this Saturday the 21st.

Taylor
George Ranch
Ridge Point
Morton Ranch
North Shore
Alvin
Dulles
Friendswood
Pearland
Cinco Ranch
Manvel
Seven Lakes

I cannot guarantee any scores, but I will be posting Dulles' and our results.
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Posted on: Oct 2 2017, 12:08 AM


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11th place- Oliver Wendell Holmes High School- San Antonio, Northside ISD, 140 points

Champions- 1994
3rd place- 2006
4th place- 2005
5th place- 1995
5th place- 1998
6th place- 1997
6th place- 1999
7th place- 2000
9th place- 2007
10th place- 1996
10th place- 2004
Close calls- '93 (14th), '01 (12th), '08 (15th)
State appearances- 22
Top 25s- 17

Holmes is the most successful out of San Antonio by a large margin, and is a program that saw a very prolonged era of success from 1993 until 2007. In these 15 years, they placed in the top ten 11 times, and won the state championship in 1994. This seems to have been a quick rise from middle of the pack in the early 90s, and they sustained a level of success in the years to come. Another impressive feat is that their two best years came 12 years apart, with a 3rd place in 2004 as their second best year to date. Holmes' role as the spoiler for the teams from Dallas and Houston put them and Lubbock as the two best schools outside of the major metropolitan areas of Texas, and their success seemed to motivate future success for other programs in the district and city- Alamo Heights, Warren, O'Connor, etc. all found success as well, though none of them reached the heights of Holmes. In recent years they did not attend state between 2012 and 2015, and have returned to the state championship in 2016 and '17. While they have yet to reach the peak of earlier years, something tells me they will find a way to improve in the coming years.
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Posted on: Sep 22 2017, 03:16 AM


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I like hanging the fact that none of my kids have outscored me over them...I think competing against them would end that notion.

I think our octathlon team might join in on some of these.
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Posted on: Sep 21 2017, 01:09 AM


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You could also do a points system for across-the-year competition. Heck, maybe even a trophy at the end.
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Posted on: Sep 20 2017, 04:24 PM


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I would love to, especially for the early parts of the year. The particular problem we face is that almost all of the weekends already coincide with a meet we are attending (Katy is the week before one and Friendswood is the same week as two). I think if they started earlier and didn't match up with our meets I would certainly do them. I may do some of the later ones- we will need an evaluation post-Christmas break.
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Posted on: Aug 28 2017, 05:34 PM


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Couple of our kiddos in mandatory evacuation areas. All of the ridge point populace too. Not due to rainfall but river overflow on the Brazos.
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Posted on: Aug 28 2017, 05:15 AM


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Friendswood has taken on the most water. Ridge Point HS was hit by a tornado with some damage. Pearland has been hit hard, Fort Bend county announced a mandatory evac for a lot of the county. Katy area is in a rough spot too. EVERYTHING is in a rough spot. I've been lucky personally and family-wise (many who still live in Pearland), and my students are all okay from what I know, but there is a lot of flooding.

It's scary out here, Katrina-level bad. It's going back out in the Gulf and it looks like it will come back to Houston for another run either tomorrow or Tuesday before pushing north. It won't be nearly as severe as it has been, but the sheer amount already in reservoirs and bayous and rivers makes another run, no matter how big, a dangerous proposition. We are getting a MASSIVE break right now that looks like it will go at least until morning which may allow the Buffalo Bayou to drain, which makes the opening of the reservoirs upstream of the bayou a more reasonable idea.

*Edit: Merged zzzptm's post with this one into the serious discussions thread. Schools throughout the region are cancelled through the week and until next Tuesday. I feel awful telling my kids they should read, but it could be a good escape from the mayhem.
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Posted on: Aug 22 2017, 11:17 PM


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The kiddos are back in. The juniors mostly struggled with the first quiz (as expected), seniors did well. Just in terms of being people, we have a great group. They're fun and are very good kids. We made some tweaks to what we do, hopefully it is successful.

The countdown is building excitement...not sure when the next one will be up but soon.
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Posted on: Aug 19 2017, 02:42 PM


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12th place: Plano East High School- Plano, Plano ISD 123 points
Champions- 1993
5th place- 1990
7th place- 1994
7th place- 2001
7th place- 2008
8th place- 1992
10th place- 1991
10th place- 2002
Close calls- '95 (12th), '96 (13th), '97 (14th), '99 (15th), '00 (14th), '03 (13th), '07 (12th), '16 (13th)
State Appearances- 28
Top 25s- 22

Plano East was a behemoth of the 90s and early 2000s, consistently placing inside the top 15 except for once in 1998. They were a top ten team from '90 until '93 when they capped it off with their first and only state championship and national championship- one of only two schools not named JJ Pearce, Dobie, or Taylor to do that from Texas (Lake Highlands the other). Coming off the high, they dropped into the teens until a small resurgence in the early 2000s put them back into the top ten. Since then, East has consistently been a top 25 team except a three-year period from '10 to '12, and recently have risen again, placing 7th two years ago and in the top 25 each of the last five years. The 80s only netted a 6th place for them in '89 so far with the data we have, but you have to expect they will continue to score points over the coming years, especially considering they have never failed to make state in this time period. Despite an amazing history and record, and having one of the greatest teams in Texas history, they are not the highest ranked team in their district. That does not negate their incredible performances and consistency year in and year out.
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Posted on: Aug 16 2017, 03:43 AM


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Tier 4- Long-time Elite Programs

13th place: Clements High School- Sugar Land, Fort Bend ISD 117 points
4th place- 1997
5th place- 1993
5th place- 1994
6th place- 1992
7th place- 1996
8th place- 2013
9th place- 2002
9th place- 2015
10th place- 1995
10th place- 2012
Near misses- '00 (11th), '01 (11th), '11 (11th), '14 (11th), '98 (12th), '90 (14th), '99 (14th), '91 (15th)
Total Appearances- 28
Top 25s- 25

Clements is the best program that many people consider to not be at the level of "elite" programs. They are rarely talked about in the same vein as some of the teams they are above, such as Lubbock or Coppell. The reasons are clear with the numbers- they have never reached the top 3, their best years were in the 90s, and they haven't won. To not consider Clements as one of the great Texas decathlon schools would be wrong. Their closest year came in 1987 when they were defeated by Dulles by 23 points. This is rough when you consider that these two schools are not only in the same district but are massive academic rivals. At the time, there were only three high schools in the district (Willowridge being the other), a number that has ballooned to 11. This is the closest margin of victory in state history and one of the smallest at any competition. The 80s would add a lot to Clements' totals, and possibly push them into the top 10. Another crazy thing to look at is the gap between top 10 results- 1992 and 2015! They have been great for a very long time, and have been in the top 25 in all but three years which is pure madness. I don't think all but a few teams can claim that number (if any- we shall see). The consistency did not reach the top level, as they never claimed the whole thing, but they sure as heck deserve accolades. This last year saw new coaches take over, which naturally led to a decline and their worst year since the beginning of this time period. Next year will tell if they can return back to their normal place- in the top 10.
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Posted on: Aug 13 2017, 05:34 PM


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Had a bachelor party this weekend so i should have a post up tonight or tomorrow.
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Posted on: Aug 10 2017, 12:36 AM


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Now in descending order.
Tier 6

19th place Coppell- Coppell ISD 71 points
2nd place- 2016
4th place- 2015
7th place- 2006
8th place- 2011
8th place- 2017
10th place- 2014
Near misses- '12 (13th)
State Appearances- 18
Top 25s- 8
Top 100 teams- 2 (2016, 2015)

Coppell needs to be added to the Nouveau Riche I made up for the Heath post, and they may be the wealthiest of them. Under coach Dixon, Coppell went from a school that went to state here and there to one of the current powerhouses of Texas decathlon, a school you expect to be in the top 10 at this point with three years in a row. After a five year burst from '97 to '01, they now have been to state every year since 2005. If you were to ask people around the state which schools should be good at decathlon, Coppell would certainly be at the top- an international baccalaureate program and an amazing student body with good teams in UIL would lead you to believe they could succeed. However, with such an academically competitive school, it was rather hard to convince students to work hard for something that is, to many, just a resume builder. Coach Dixon and his assistants have done that very well over the last decade, leading them to one of the nearest misses to winning a title in 2016, and a solidly excellent program. He told me he was toning down their effort last year- and then went ahead and got 5th at the large meet. If that's "toned down", I don't want to know what kicked into gear is. Their 2015 (45th) and 2016 (38th) years easily were two of the 100 best teams of all time. They will continue to rise up this chart barring significant changes.

18th place Deer Park- Deer Park ISD 75 points
2nd place- 1990
4th place- 1991
6th place- 1993
7th place- 1998
10th place- 1992
10th place- 1999
Near misses- '97 (11th)
Total Appearances- 21
Top 25s- 10
Top 100 teams- 2 (1990, 1991)

Deer Park falls into the dual categories of "was excellent in the 90s" and "would have been even better if we had the 80s" with a state title in '89. Other than '94-'96, Deer Park was one of the best programs in the state, consistently challenging for the top 10 and getting there more often than not. A second place in 1990 remains their best team and is listed as the 32nd best ever (where did you get this?! smile.gif ) and their 4th in '91 is the 73rd best. They continued to go to state until 2012 (excepting a few years) and have not returned since. One of those schools you don't realize has a great decathlon history until you start racking up the points and go "oh, crap".



17th Marcus- Lewisville ISD 76 points
4th place- 1999
9th place- 1996
9th place- 1998
9th place- 2003
Near misses- '92 (13th), '93 (13th), '94 (13th), '97 (15th), '00 (15th), '01 (14th), '02 (11th), '06 (11th), '08 (12th), '09 (15th), '11 (15th), '15 (14th)
Total Appearances- 27
Top 25s- 21
Top 100 teams- 1 (1999)

Marcus is one of the most consistent programs in the state, going to every state championship since 1991! They had their peak in the late 90s and early 00s when they were top 10 three times in a row and top 15 eight years in a row. To call that their peak is to say the entire landscape of Marcus is at a consistently higher elevation than most places- they were top 15th as early as 1992 and as recently as 2015. The consistency is pretty amazing, it is just a shame they have not had a few more top 10s and top 5s- then we would be talking about a top 10 team in the state. Easily one of the best programs to not have won a state title.


16th Seven Lakes- Katy ISD 88 points
Champions- 2010
2nd place- 2008
3rd place- 2011
5th place- 2009
8th place- 2012
10th place- 2013
10th place- 2016
Near misses- '15 (15th), '14 (15th)
State appearances- 11
Top 25s- 10
Top 100 teams- 3 (2011, 2010, 2008)

Seven Lakes opened in 2005-06, had a group of only sophomores go to state their first year, had a group of no seniors hit 22nd in 2007, and then won the Medium state championship in 2008- with the very first graduating class it ever had, also having the highest scoring student that year in Stephen Tu. What a ridiculous rise, and they were the first school not named Friendswood to win a Medium state championship. It was a meteoric rise, and along with the rise of Pearland and Rockwall, signaled a shift away from the powers of the mid 2000s. They continued to thrive under Coach Irish, and won their first state title in 2010 with just their third graduating class- with Jonathan Xu leading the way and eventually becoming a back-to-back top scorer. From 2008 until 2013 Seven Lakes was a top 10 team and always had the potential to win the whole thing- if they had varsities. 2011 was actually quite possibly their best team, but was overshadowed by Dobie and Rockwall who had some of the best Texas teams of all time that year. Nowadays they are still liable to make a huge strike, and will certainly be a top ten contender for the time being. They also had the highest scoring Texas varsity of all time in Wrik Chakrabarti in 2016, the first to score over 9,000.



15th place Lubbock- Lubbock ISD 91 points
Champion- 2002
4th place- 2006
5th place- 1999
5th place- 2003
5th place- 2005
5th place- 2017
6th place- 2004
10th place- 2010
Near misses- '98 (14th), '07 (13th), '09 (14th), '12 (14th), '13 (13th), '14 (13th), '16 (11th)
State appearances- 20
Top 25 appearances- 18
Top 100 teams- 2 (2002, 1999)

Lubbock first showed up on the scene in '97 with a 27th place, and immediately went 14th and then 5th in '99. They then went down a bit in '00, and then didn't even go to state in 2001. They followed that up...BY WINNING THE CHAMPIONSHIP?! WHAT?! As far as I can tell this is the only time in Texas history that a team that did not attend state one year won the whole thing the next year. I don't know how this happened or what happened, but it's miraculous. The bizarre thing is that they were a good program before, which leads me to believe that something strange happened in 2001. At any rate, they became a mainstay in the top 10 throughout the early 2000s, placing in the top six from 2002 until 2006, a very good run that is the meat of what got them this high. After this run, Lubbock didn't go away at all, landing in the top 25 every year between 2007 and 2016 excepting 2008. This past year they had their best year since 2005 when they placed 5th in the state, putting them firmly back in the mix for a state title. Will they continue to reach and attain another championship?




14th placeKeller- Keller ISD 97 points
Champion- 2005
3rd place- 2002
3rd place- 2003
5th place- 1997
10th place- 2007
Near misses- '98 (13th), '06 (13th)
State Appearances- 24
Top 25 appearances- 13
Top 100 teams- 2 (2002, 2003)


Keller peaked at exactly the right time as a program (much like Lubbock) right after the behemoths of Taylor and Dobie declined from their zenithin the late 90s, early 00s, and reaped the rewards with a state championship in 2005. Keller first hit state in 1994 and quickly established themselves as a top program, jumping to 21st in '95 and hitting 5th in '97 with the top scorer at the championship. They were incredibly close in '02 and '03, placing 3rd both years (the '02 year had five teams within 500 points of the championship- ridiculous) and having the top scorer in 2002. They broke through in 2005, clawing out a victory against Friendswood and Plano by around 400 points, and had the highest scorer that year in Chu Song. This year was their peak, which contradicts the trend of the future championships where you had several schools win two in a row or more (Plano, Pearland, Rockwall, Highland Park). Keller dropped to 13th in 2006, came back in in 2007, and have settled into a ranking around the mid-20s to low-30s since 2009. This is not to denigrate the program- they have gone to every state championship since 2004 which is consistency very few programs can attest to, They have 13 top-25 finishes in their time at state, which is hard to find matched.
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Also note the asterisk means the school was at state this past year- giving you the assumption they should make it again.
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Tier 6
*At this point, each team has so many top tens I will do it for each

20th place King*- Corpus Christi ISD 58 points
9th place- 2011
7th place- 2004
6th place- 2006
Near misses- '99 (11th), '02 (14th), '12 (11th), '09 (12th), '08 (13th)
State appearances- 23


King Was a mammoth program in the late 2000s-early 2010s- every year they came into state as a top 4 to top 8 team, and I would always think "here comes King, they're finally going to take it!" The problem with this was that they were in a region that consistently had high subjectives, which would drop them come state. For example, in 2013 they came into state 5th in large, and came out 10th in large. It is through no fault of their own, and the school has produced excellent teams. They have dropped to Medium recently- along with Carroll and Ray- and have led to a situation where the Region III large winner no longer auto qualifies for state (must have more than 3 teams). I wonder if this has impact on their team, which has seen a small decline over the last three years (29th, 38th, 31st last three years). King was one of the premier programs for about a decade, and could easily make their way back.


21st place New Caney- New Caney ISD 57 points
3rd place- 2004
5th place- 2008
6th place- 2005
8th place- 2007
Near misses- '03 (15th), '06 (14th), '10 (15th), '11 (15th)
State appearances- 15

New Caney had a five year period where they were the second best medium school and looked like they could be the school to finally dethrone Friendswood. Especially in 2004, when they were incredibly close to 2nd and lost to Friendswood by 1,300. New Caney went to state every year between 1997 and 2012, and have not been back since, which is a real shame. I don't know if they got a new coach or something happened, but they were a very quiet powerhouse inthe mid 2000s and early 2010s.

22nd place Berkner- Richardson ISD 55 points
6th place- 1991
7th place- 1992
7th place- 1993
8th place- 1994
10th place- 1996
Near misses- '90 (12th), '99 (12th)
State appearances- 20

Berkner was a stable power in the early 90s, but if we had enough data from a few years before in the 80s, they would be much higher as they had at least one 2nd place and two 3rd place finishes in the late 80s. The school made it from 1990 all the way until 2001, and then reappeared at state from 2005 until 2012 as a not-as-strong program. However, zzzptm absolutely made them one of the most exciting programs in the state in terms of pure entertainment, and even won a 3rd place super quiz relay in 2010. Zzzptm hit on one of the two major pillars of any great decathlon team- being incredibly goofy and having fun. It's impossible to keep working hard for months on end without any sort of levity, and the 2000s Berkner teams had that in spades. Just don't ask him how to pronounce his username.

23rd place Lake Highlands- Richardson ISD 48 points
Champion- 1990
7th place- 1995
8th place- 1997
9th place- 1991, 1992
Near misses- '94 (11th), '96 (14th)
State appearances- 9

Lake Highlands is our lowest state champion of this time period, and this makes sense when you think that they are the first champions of the era. Another school that would have benefited from the 80s being in play with two 4ths and a 5th. Another Richardson ISD program that saw its best days very early on in the history of decathlon (Richardson, and to a lesser extent Fort Bend, DOMINATED early decathlon, along with Deer Park and Stratford), they have not returned to state since 2000, which at this point a large chunk of decathletes were not even born. I can't add too much to these guys, but hey I'm sure the school still takes huge pride in its win in a thing it doesn't focus on much any more 27 years later- they've sat around 33k for many years.

24th place Alice*- Alice ISD 45 points
4th place- 2016
7th place- 2012
9th place- 2013
9th place- 2005
10th place- 2008
Near misses- '04 (15th), '11 (12th), '15 (12th)
State appearances- 16

Alice became one of the best medium school programs of all time over the course of the 2010s under Joseph Eberhard, who retired from coaching on a mic drop after winning their only Medium School State Championship in 2016. They were in the top 4 of medium five times between 2011 and 2016, an incredible run considering several of the best teams of all time came out of Medium during this time (mostly Rockwall). They have been to state every year since 2001 and unfortunately have declined since Mr. Eberhard moved up in the world, but for those of you who don't know much about Alice, they are a school with mostly low-income students that are playing ball with programs that are mostly made up of upper-middle class students, which is shown in merit scholar numbers and will bleed into something like decathlon. For this sustained success with a group that is not typically meant to perform this well, Mr. Eberhard has to be thought of as one of the best coaches in Texas history. It doesn't look good now that he is gone, but man what a run it is.

25th place Dulles*- Fort Bend ISD 44 points
2017- 2nd place
2016- 7th place
1991- 8th place
Near Misses- '96 (11th), '15 (11th)
State appearances- 13

Dulles Is yet another school that would benefit massively from the 80s having full reports, as they won a state championship and 5th place at least. Dulles made it to state for 7 straight years from '90 until '96 (led by a coach who is still teaching there), then came back for a short burst in '01, '03, and '04 of just okay teams. Then in 2015 they returned for a 10th place finish at large, followed by a 5th, then claimed a large school state championship this past year.

As the personal note here, I absolutely adored my time at Pearland as a student- it is the reason I am here doing something I love. It does not match what it means to be a coach, and having them not only get to take pride and joy in their success, but also have an insane amount of fun doing it. Our entire senior group took the senior skip day to go to the beach together, and just last week the two boy scouts we had on the team took all 9 out to go camping (they missed a meeting for it! Work on your scheduling Sam!). Seeing them have a somewhat similar experience to what I had in terms of having a real bond, and in terms of having pure joy. The other thing I truly enjoy is seeing students go from kids with no confidence in themselves academically, to having a great inner confidence in their abilities and seeing them thrive going forward. It makes this the most rewarding thing I could think of to do with my life. Anyways, I'm done writing this whole thing (I guess I could write Pearland's too) I just wanted to brag about how awesome I am. Also I expect this ranking to go up a bit next year.

26th place Rockwall-Heath*- Rockwall ISD 43 points
5th place- 2013
5th place- 2014
6th place- 2015
6th place- 2016
Near misses- 15th (2017)
Total Appearances- 7

Rockwall-Heath is one of the members of the nouveau riche in decathlon- where an era of elite teams cycles out, somebody fills in to replace them, and Heath has taken that up along with Dulles, Highland Park, Clear Lake, and possibly Little Elm. They entered state in 2011 at 54th place, moved to 23rd the next year, and then ran up to 5th place and have stayed there until this year when they fell to 15th (in their defense, the gap between them and top 10 was freaking tiny, and the rankings from about 6th to 17th was a mush). I don't know what influence Gear had on this program, but whoever is coaching over there is doing an amazing job. They may very well break through for the championship, possibly as early as next year.

27th place Stratford- Spring Branch ISD 41 points
3rd place- 1992
4th place- 1993
8th place- 1990
10th place- 1994
Near misses- '95 (11th), '91 (13th)
Total appearances- 9

Stratford is the highest program to never qualify beyond 2000, a tough task until you look at their results. From 90 until 94 they were a threat to win it all, and that stretched back into the 80s. If Stratford ever took decathlon seriously again they would be a serious threat, with a great student body. It just doesn't seem to be a thing for Spring Branch ISD anymore, which is a shame. They have the money for it. Oh well, more for the rest of us.
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Tier 7

28 Sinton*- Sinton ISD 38

t-29- 34
Alamo Heights- Alamo Heights ISD
Frisco*- Frisco ISD
Klein*- Klein ISD

32 South Grand Prairie- Grand Prairie ISD 32

33 Martin- Arlington ISD 31

t-34- 30
Coronado*- El Paso ISD
Marshall*- Northside ISD

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Flour Bluff- Flour Bluff ISD
Coronado*- Lubbock ISD
Montgomery*- Montgomery ISD
Richardson*- Richardson ISD
Clear Lake*- Clear Creek ISD
Liberty*- Frisco ISD edit: there is a Liberty HS that went to state twice from Liberty ISD that I stupidly added, so this drops Liberty to 24 points, and tied for 44th

Top Tens
Liberty- 3rd place, 2009
Frisco- 5th place, 2007
South Grand Prairie- 5th place, 1996
Clear Lake- 6th place, 2014; 7th place, 2013; 10th place, 2015
Martin- 6th place, 2000; 10th place, 2001; 8th place, 2002
Marshall- 7th place, 1991
Lubbock Coronado- 9th place, 2010

Sinton has been to all but four of the state championships since the opening of the small school competition in 1993. Incredible consistency places them this high, and three championships from 95-97 peaked with a 28th place in 1996.

Alamo Heights has gone to 20 championships, peaking with an 18th place in 1994.

Frisco had its breakthrough into the top 10 in 2007, when they were the second place team behind Friendswood. Their foray into the top ten was one of the first times that a non-Friendswood or Pearce medium team would hit the top ten, only surpassed by Alice in 2005. This would lead to a string of different medium teams breaking into the top 10, peaking this past year where HALF of the top ten came from the Medium schools. Frisco was very good in the mid 2000s- starting in 2003, they finished 16th, 11th, 12th, 16th, 5th, and 26th before dropping into the 40s and 50s and out altogether from 2013-2015- breaking a consecutive streak dating back to 1998- before returning in 2016 and 2017. They are now overshadowed by their up and coming Frisco brethren, but it seems their success bred the desire for the entire district to thrive.

Klein has been the dominant power of Region VI, consistently winning the region- 11 out of 14 times since 2004. Not only that, but Klein has been a great team that has yet to break into the top 10, possibly the best program to not have done so. It looked like they would do so this year, entering state 4th in the large category. However, with a wild and wacky state this year (the amount of teams that moved SEVERAL rankings up or down was kind of unbelievable), they tumbled to 22nd overall. They have placed in the top 25 ELEVEN times, with five of them coming since 2009. A very solid team that can hopefully break into the top ten soon.

South Grand Prairie was a force in the 90s, going to state 7 times and placing top 25 three times. They have been to state on and off, but came on strong in 2011 with another top 25 finish. They almost literally have gone every other year over the last decade.

El Paso Coronado have yet to crack the top 25, but have consistently gone to state since 1993 with a few years out here and there. State was hosted at Coronado in 2011. It was a beautiful campus, but unfortunately (and no fault of Coronado) it led to the only no-show at state I am aware of by Grand Prairie. They didn't go due to an immigration issue that they were worried about with one of their students, and driving to El Paso from Dallas would have possibly led to immigration issues, and I do believe Clear Brook's bus was checked by immigration authorities. Really sad moment, but a beautiful place.

Marshall was a consistent player in the 90s with a top 7 in 1991 and and 11th in 1992 and 12th in 1990, clearly their best stretch. They were consistently in the top 30 or so until the late 90s, when they missed out in 1998 and placed 68th in 1999. They made a few appearances in the early 2000s, but stopped going in 2005...UNTIL 2016! They have been back to state the last two years and busted in at 33rd in 2016. Let's hope they can stick around. There are two times in the 90s where DDSIC says Marshall ISD, which I simply refuse to believe. Both of these years did not have Northside Marshall, a consistent 90s team, and Marshall ISD never made it except for these two years. Also, they would not get 13th and disappear forever. Also also, Northside is known for decathlon, and Marshall ISD is not.

Martin is another legacy program that made their first appearance in a long time these last few years. They participated in every year of the 90s except 90 and 93 and continued until 2004, and then did not return again until 2017. What's really noticeable is this program was VERY close to becoming a power in the early 00s- from 99 until 2002 they went 13th, 8th, 10th, and 6th before flaming out to 18th and 34th before their return in 2017 (51st). An interesting question here, as they were at their most powerful when the top of Texas was very powerful in the late 90s and early 00s- what if they had continued to grow in strength? Starting around 02 is where the state title became a free-for-all after the Taylor dominance. If they could have stuck around, maybe they could have competed for state?

Flour Bluff was a solid team in the early 2000s, placing in the top 20 every year between 2000 and 2005 (no data on 2002), peaking at 13th in 2001 and getting 2nd in Medium in 2000. They went to state every year between 1995 and 2011, made it again in 2013, and have not been back since. Also they may have the coolest school name (whose doing those rankings?)

Lubbock Coronado has been to every state championship since 1999 except for 2015 (getting angrier about the short field). Their best year occurred in 2010 when they placed 9th, one spot ahead of Lubbock. Other than that, they have made state but never really reached that height again, with three other top 25 finishes ('02, '04, '05).

Montgomery has been to every state championship since 2000 and have been very consistent. With two top 15s in '08 and '13, they have finished between 22nd and 38th in 11 of their years. A solidly consistent team that does not get the pub due to being in a quiet district in terms of upper-end teams.

Richardson has gone through periods of success, sustained up until the mid 2000s and brought back recently, even having the top scorer at state with Marin Young in 2014. They have eleven top 25 finishes, with the first coming in 1990 (12th), and the most recent coming in 2015 (25th)! Placed 27th this last year, and have been in the top 30 three of the last four years. Looks like Richardson is back permanently.

Clear Lake is a school that has had the opportunity to be one of the best in the state thanks to a STELLAR student body. Located near NASA, they tend to be one of the best schools academically in the state. In the mid-90s they did find success, with three top-25 finishes in the mid-90s. They followed that up with their next state appearance in...2006?! With a new coach around 2012, they jumped into state again and shot up to 7th, 6th, and 10th from 2013-2015, along with Anne Zhou placing first overall in the state in 2015. They dropped back to 22nd in 2016 and up to 14th in 2017, it seems they may be back on the rise. They seem to face a similar problem as Seven Lakes- they have a lack of great varsities. The honors and to a lesser extend the scholastics are up there with the best, but you don't see too many varsities on the leaderboards from CL. If they break that problem, then watch out for them. I expect another top 10 coming soon.

Liberty opened in 2006, and three years later they had won a Medium state title. They have been in the top 21 7 of the 11 years they have been at state, which is silly. It may have been a flash in the pan moment, but they have recently been their closest to returning to the top ten, placing between 13th and 16th from 2013 to 2015. '16 and '17 has seen a slight decline, so hopefully they can get back up there. Of the Frisco flood that has swept of texas decathlon, Liberty's '09 has been the best Frisco year to date. Will anyone do better?
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Tier 8

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Estacado*- Lubbock ISD 26
Taylor*- Taylor ISD 26

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Lubbock Monterey*- Lubbock ISD 24
Mary Carroll*- Corpus Christi ISD 24
O'Connor- Northside ISD 24 (founded 1998)
Pasadena- Pasadena ISD 24
edit: Liberty drops here with the change (see below)

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Aubrey- Aubrey ISD 22
Bandera*- Bandera ISD 22
Creekview- Carollton-Farmers Branch ISD 22 (opened 1998)
Franklin- El Paso ISD 22
W.B. Ray*- Corpus Christi ISD 22
Robert G Cole*- Fort Sam Houston ISD 22
Tuloso-Midway*- Tuloso-Midway ISD 22

Top Ten Teams
Lubbock Monterey- 9th place, 2017
Sandra Day O'Connor- 7th place, 2010
Pasadena- 7th place, 1990
Creekview- 8th place, 2006

This group of schools features a lot of teams that have gone to state over 15 times, with a few top tens sprinkled in. Schools like Aubrey, Franklin, Robert G. Cole, W.B. Ray, Mary Carroll, Tuloso-Midway, and Estacado have consistently been at state, but I do not have much to say except to commend them for consistency.

Taylor would be significantly higher, as in top 10-high, if we were counting small school titles. They are undoubtedly the most decorated small school team, but having started in 1999 as a program, they are rated lower than some other small school teams (another flaw in my system to be honest). They had a string of years where they were in the teens and 20s (2007-09), which would lead to a boom-time for small schools that saw the title team place in the top 25 every year until 2016. Taylor should be noted as one of the best programs in the state, despite my rankings.

Pasadena saw their best years in the 90s and early 2000s, with a 7th place in 1990 (just behind the big brother of Pasadena ISD, Dobie) followed by state appearances for most of the 90s (except '91 and '94- weirdly a year that Dobie also did not attend state. Maybe ISD issues?). They reached their second peak in 2001 with a 15th place, with the early 2000s being their most consistently successful stretch. They have not been to state much since.

Creekview was a solidly consistent team in the mid 2000s to early 2010s, peaking with an 8th place in 2006 and several teens finishes around that time. 2017 was the first time we have not had Creekview at state since 2002, so hopefully we will see them back as soon as next year. Their shift from Large to Medium seems to have impacted them- maybe the smaller student body that goes along with that has hurt more than anything.

Bandera has seen their last three years at state be their best three, culminating with a small school championship for the first time ever this year by around 50 points over John Paul II. They have mostly been to state in the 2000s with soem out years, with the 39th place this year being the best by far.

O'Connor looked to be the school that would take up the mantle of the great Northside ISD long occupied by Holmes and briefly passed to schools like Taft and Warren. They quickly made it to state just one year after being opened, made the top 20 the next year, and then stayed at state throughout the 2000s with the exception of 2004. They then hit a period of sustained success from 2007-2012, going 16, 27, 18, 7, 16, and 27 before falling down the ranks. They have only made it once in the past four years, making you think their best may be behind them.

Lubbock Monterey has seen its most successful years come recently, peaking this year with a 9th place finish. From the outside, it seems both Monterey and Coronado have been dying to get past Lubbock HS, who has shown itself to be the best program in west Texas; Coronado has had its moments of success, and Monterey is now having its best years. It will be interesting to see if they can sustain it- they have been slowly growing to this year, with a 37th and 24th place finish the two years before. It's always exciting to see a new top ten team, and to see if they can keep it up.
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Tier 9
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55 Duncanville- Duncanville ISD 20
56 Kempner- Fort Bend ISD 20
57 South Garland- Garland ISD 20

t-58
58 Cinco Ranch- Katy ISD 19 (opened 1999)
59 Foster*- Arlington CISD 19 (opened 2001)
60 Wakeland*- Wakeland ISD 19 (opened 2006)

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61 Lamar- Arlington ISD 18
62 Elkins- Fort Bend ISD 18 (opened 1992)
63 Centennial*- Frisco ISD 18 (opened 2003)
64 Hawkins- Hawkins ISD 18
65 Randolph- Randolph ISD 18
66 Westwood- Westwood ISD 18

Top ten teams-
Kempner- 4th place, 1990
Cinco Ranch- 8th place, 2004; 9th place, 2012; 10th place, 2005
Foster*- 10th place, 2009
Wakeland*- 8th place, 2016; 9th place, 2014; 10th place, 2017
Lamar- 9th place, 2002
Centennial*- 8th place, 2014 & 2007

We see a mixture of teams that have been to state a whole bunch of times (Elkins, Hawkins, Randolph, Westwood, South Garland, Lamar, Duncanville, Foster), and some teams that have had great years but have not been to state as much (Kempner, Wakeland, Cinco Ranch) at least relatively speaking. Kempner's 4th place in 1990 was their high point, and they would place in the teens to late 20s the rest of the times they have been at state. It betrays the lack of info from the 80s- maybe they were in the top 10 throughout the 80s (which would not be surprising considering Clements and Dulles were wildly successful in the 80s).

Cinco Ranch is another school that has seen some success and sustained it for a long time- they made it into the top 10 within five years of being opened, and went to state from 2003 until 2013. The decline to 27 teams hurt Cinco as they have not returned since (they should have made it the last two years but the region's tough subs kept them just outside).

Foster has been ultra consistent with the exception of 2014 where they missed out on the shortened school pool (80 down to 50). It only took them three years from opening to make state, and just four to make it all the way to 11th place. They have mostly placed in the mid teens to the low 30s with only three years placing outside of that.

Centennial is one of the first Frisco schools out of the boom period they have had, adding something like 10 schools over the last decade and next few years. They have been consistently excellent during their entire history- since going to state in 2006 (3 years after creation), they have placed 12, 11, 20, 23, 12, 13. 12, 18, 8, 16, 15, 20. That is consistency very few teams, even at the elite level, have been able to produce. It almost makes me think they are underrated by this rating system.

If you asked me to pick a team that has not won state but is the most likely to, Wakeland would be near the top of the list. It has barely been around for 12 years, but have gone to 11 state tournaments excepting its first year. They reached 11th in just their third year, and over the last four years have been 9th, 17th, 8th, and 10th. They have proven to not only be consistent but consistently good over the last few years, and if they can get a push they could compete for a state title. I would not put them number one on the list of schools to not win, but they would not be far off.

There is not much for me to say about Hawkins, Randolph, Westwood, South Garland, Lamar or Duncanville. They were or are consistent state placing teams, going at least 14 years out of the last 27. Duncanville no longer goes to state as much- I think their former coach who was on the boards no longer coaches- nor do Hawkins, Randolph, or Westwood. South Garland went as recently as 2016, but saw their high point in the 90s when they went to most of the state tournaments. Lamar was a strong team in the early 2000s when they placed 9th in 2001.

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Tier 10- Have been to the majority of state championships

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Arlington- Arlington ISD 16
Bryan- Bryan ISD 16
Burbank- San Antonio ISD 16
Clear Creek- Clear Creek ISD 16

71 Clear Brook- Clear Creek ISD 15

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72 El Paso- El Paso ISD 14
73 Huntington- Huntington ISD 14
74 John Paul II- Private 14
75 Katy- Katy ISD 14
76 Macarthur- Northeast/Irving 14
77 Mansfield Summit*- Mansfield 13 (opened 2002)

Top ten teams-
Clear Brook, 6th place, 2011
Mansfield Summit, 7th place, 2017
MacArthur, 9th place, 1990

Clear Brook and Summit have both been to 7 state championships, mostly in the recent past; however their success at one particular state meet has catapulted them into a much higher ranking than the other 7-appearance schools, but has also not been able to jump them past several schools who have a long history of success in decathlon. For Summit, this could be the beginning of something special- all of their appearances have been in the last 7 years, and they reached 7th this past year after a string of years in the mid-20s to mid-30s. For Clear Brook, they looked poised to break through and become another monster program at the top of Region V (joining Dobie, Friendswood, and Pearland), but they left state just as quickly as they joined, with a three year period capped off in the middle with a massive 6th place finish in 2011. John Paul II has been one of the premier small school programs over the last decade, and in 2012 nearly made it into the top 10 which would have been a modern-era first for a small school. There have been questions about whether they should be a "small school" considering that they are a private school, but their success is still evident. The MacArthur problem mirrors the Lee problem- there are just enough that I do not know the ISD of (less so than Lee) that it is difficult to parse out. You may want to consider this ranking unfair or not true, but I like it there anyways.
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Tier 11- 10-12 years; consistently went to state for a large period of time
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Eisenhower- Aldine ISD 12
Hillcrest- Dallas ISD 12
IDEA Branches- 12 (note: I think this is just one IDEA branch, but there are a lot so if someone could verify if this is one I would appreciate it)
Lago Vista- Lago Vista ISD 12
Lee- Midland/Northeast/Tyler ISD 12
Splendora- Splendora ISD 12

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Madison- Northeast ISD 11 (note: there is dispute on whether Houston Madison or Northeast Madison placed 8th. It is almost certainly Northeast because Houston Madison has not ever attended state)
Rowlett- Garland ISD 11 (opened 1996)

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A.C. Jones- Beeville ISD 10
Earl Warren*- Northside ISD 10 (opened 2002)
Hebron*- Lewisville ISD 10 (opened 1999)
La Porte- La Porte ISD 10
The Colony- Lewisville ISD 10

Top Ten Placements
Northeast Madison- 8th, 1995
Rowlett- 10th, 2006 (I believe led by the LITERALLY immortal David Gear *edit actually left the year before)

The Lee placement is all wrong- it is definitely a combo of the three school districts, but many of the specific schools are unknown due to a lack of ISD on DDSIC. Plus there are some years where there are multiple Lee teams. I don't have the patience to sift through those.
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Tier 12- 8-9 years
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Boerne- Boerne ISD 9
Burges- El Paso ISD 9
Fossil Ridge- Keller ISD 9 (opened 1994)
Judson- Judson ISD 9
Collins*- Klein ISD 9
Pine Tree- Pine Tree ISD 9 (opened 1847- second oldest high school in Texas)
Somerset- Somerset ISD 9
Tom C Clark- Northside ISD 9
t-99
Crockett- Crockett ISD 8
Flower Mound- Lewisville ISD 8 (opened 1999)
John Horn- Mesquite ISD 8 (opened 2000)
Moody- Corpus Christi ISD 8
Sam Champion- Boerne ISD 8 (opened 2008)

Best team of tier- Judson HS, 9th place, 2000


Those of you who saw the earlier rankings may notice the drop of Judson with the new state appearances rankings. While they had a great year in 2000, this was also their last year at state as of now.
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Tier 13: 5-7 appearances
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Clemens- Scherz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD 7
Dalhart- Dalhart ISD 7
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Bowie- Austin ISD 6
Denver City- Denver City ISD 6
Diboll- Diboll ISD 6
Memorial- Edgewood ISD 6
Edison- San Antonio ISD 6
Grand Prairie- Grand Prairie ISD 6
Forest- Klein ISD 6
Legacy*- Mansfield ISD 6
Morton Ranch- Katy ISD 6 (opened 2004)
Nederland- Nederland ISD 6
Odessa- Ector County ISD 6
Palacios- Palacios ISD 6
Poteet*- Mesquite ISD 6
Sam Houston*- San Antonio ISD 6
Smithson Valley- Comal ISD 6
Stacey- Lackland ISD 6
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Lone Star*- Frisco ISD 6 (opened 2010)
Austin- Fort Bend ISD 5 (opened 1995)
Harlingen- Harlingen ISD 5
Harlingen South- Harlingen ISD 5
Newman Smith- Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD 5
Plano West- Plano ISD 5 (opened 1999)
San Marcos- San Marcos CISD 5
Taft- Northside ISD 5
Tivy- Kerrville ISD 5
West Mesquite- Mesquite ISD 5
Heritage*- Frisco ISD 5 (opened 2009)
Barbers Hill*- Barbers Hill ISD 5

Best team of tier- Taft High School, 12th place, 2002

I'm going to go back and add in school districts to the best of my ability in a bit.
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