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post Dec 9 2017, 07:22 PM
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post Dec 9 2017, 07:27 PM
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QUOTE (The Evil Dr. Calculus @ Dec 9 2017, 02:22 PM) *
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Ahh! Such suspense! bananalama.gif


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post Dec 9 2017, 07:32 PM
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QUOTE (madcap @ Dec 9 2017, 02:27 PM) *
QUOTE (The Evil Dr. Calculus @ Dec 9 2017, 02:22 PM) *
CDO scores in a couple of hours. smile.gif



Ahh! Such suspense! bananalama.gif


I can't wait to see what ECR gets in 10 events. 53,000, anyone?


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post Dec 9 2017, 08:31 PM
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Objective Scores

37,642.7 ECR
33,434.3 Highland Park
29,851.5 Rockwall
28,994 4 CDO


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post Dec 9 2017, 09:33 PM
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QUOTE (The Evil Dr. Calculus @ Dec 9 2017, 04:31 PM) *
Objective Scores

37,642.7 ECR
33,434.3 Highland Park
29,851.5 Rockwall
28,994.4 CDO

Holy whoa. Looks like these tests were pretty significantly harder than the version ECR took in California. Even if they were taking the foot off the pedal for a bit.

Nice work CDO; 1k higher than last year! biggrin.gif


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post Dec 9 2017, 11:11 PM
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post Dec 9 2017, 11:16 PM
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Lubbock High scored 33928.3. Once again my predictions were too optimistic (although my prediction of my own score was close)
Props to Dulles for improving from the easy tests, they may be the only ones to do so.

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post Dec 9 2017, 11:50 PM
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Ten Event Scores:
52,667.0 El Camino Real
47,860.1 Highland Park
43,659.4 Canyon del Oro
43,292.9 Rockwall High School

High Score: Piper Gray, CDO, 9,515,4 ten event, 6,742.9 objective.

Highest score on ECR was a varsity, but they had 3 kids within 20 points of each other, all over 9k.


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post Dec 9 2017, 11:54 PM
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CDO usually makes those big jumps at region/state. Can't wait to see the Piper jump.



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post Dec 10 2017, 12:12 AM
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QUOTE (The Evil Dr. Calculus @ Dec 9 2017, 05:50 PM) *
Ten Event Scores:
52,667.0 El Camino Real
47,860.1 Highland Park
43,659.4 Canyon del Oro
43,292.9 Rockwall High School

High Score: Piper Gray, CDO, 9,515,4 ten event, 6,742.9 objective.

Highest score on ECR was a varsity, but they had 3 kids within 20 points of each other, all over 9k.

What the heck, Piper? What a freaking beast!


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post Dec 10 2017, 12:58 AM
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Ridge Point was second at the Fort Bend ISD district meet (behind Dulles, obviously!) with a ten-event score of 39,180 and an objectives team total of 24,204.


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post Dec 10 2017, 01:51 AM
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Dulles High School

Sophie, Jr.- 6345.7 (8841.7)
Jeff, Sr.- 5882.9 (8482.9)
Adarsha, Jr.- 5462.9 (8334.9)

Sam, Sr.- 6,365.7 (8901.7)
Moeez, Sr.- 6,042.9 (8788.9)
Deep, Jr.- 5,582.9 (8284.9)
Vani, Sr.- 5,417.1 (7947.1)
Abirami, Sr.- 5,354.3 (7828.3)
Matthew, Jr.- 5,337.1 (7467.1)
Alan, Jr.- 5,254.3 (7828.3)
Dara, Sr.- 4,957.1 (7246.1)
Olivia, Jr.- 4,837.1 (7172.1)
Ethan, Jr.- 4,588.6 (7298.6)
Emily, Jr.- 4,525.7 (6,856.7)
Ethan, Jr.- 3,734.3 (5938.3)

Leighton, Sr.- 5,925.7 (8571.7)
Tejas, Sr.- 5,100 (7,235)
Raven, Sr.- 4,840 (7,276)
Logan, Jr.- 4,648.6 (7024.6)
Smit, Jr.- 4,091.4 (6,141.4)
Rachel, Jr.- 4,040 (4,739- sick for speech/interview)
Ali, Jr.- 3,894.3 (6,298.3)

Total- 35,662.9 (50,821.9)

Subjects
Math- 5,342.9
Music- 4,440
Eco- 5,020
Science- 5,140
Lit- 5,340
Art- 5,140
SoS- 5,240

These tests were much harder than previous sets, which is encouraging since I was worried this year would be highly inflated. It may still be inflated, but music, eco, and science were all supremely difficult.

Boy oh boy do we have some tough decisions to make on who makes the team.


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post Dec 10 2017, 02:04 AM
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QUOTE (Stanley Tree @ Dec 10 2017, 02:51 AM) *
Dulles High School

Sophie, Jr.- 6345.7 (8841.7)
Jeff, Sr.- 5882.9 (8482.9)
Adarsha, Jr.- 5462.9 (8334.9)

Sam, Sr.- 6,365.7 (8901.7)
Moeez, Sr.- 6,042.9 (8788.9)
Deep, Jr.- 5,582.9 (8284.9)
Vani, Sr.- 5,417.1 (7947.1)
Abirami, Sr.- 5,354.3 (7828.3)
Matthew, Jr.- 5,337.1 (7467.1)
Alan, Jr.- 5,254.3 (7828.3)
Dara, Sr.- 4,957.1 (7246.1)
Olivia, Jr.- 4,837.1 (7172.1)
Ethan, Jr.- 4,588.6 (7298.6)
Emily, Jr.- 4,525.7 (6,856.7)
Ethan, Jr.- 3,734.3 (5938.3)

Leighton, Sr.- 5,925.7 (8571.7)
Tejas, Sr.- 5,100 (7,235)
Raven, Sr.- 4,840 (7,276)
Logan, Jr.- 4,648.6 (7024.6)
Smit, Jr.- 4,091.4 (6,141.4)
Rachel, Jr.- 4,040 (4,739- sick for speech/interview)
Ali, Jr.- 3,894.3 (6,298.3)

Total- 35,662.9 (50,821.9)

Subjects
Math- 5,342.9
Music- 4,440
Eco- 5,020
Science- 5,140
Lit- 5,340
Art- 5,140
SoS- 5,240

These tests were much harder than previous sets, which is encouraging since I was worried this year would be highly inflated. It may still be inflated, but music, eco, and science were all supremely difficult.

Boy oh boy do we have some tough decisions to make on who makes the team.

Wow, Sam killed it. That might be the top total score in Texas, unless Michael Xie beat him. How harsh are your judges?
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post Dec 10 2017, 02:14 AM
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QUOTE (JakeLHS @ Dec 10 2017, 02:04 AM) *
QUOTE (Stanley Tree @ Dec 10 2017, 02:51 AM) *
Dulles High School

Sophie, Jr.- 6345.7 (8841.7)
Jeff, Sr.- 5882.9 (8482.9)
Adarsha, Jr.- 5462.9 (8334.9)

Sam, Sr.- 6,365.7 (8901.7)
Moeez, Sr.- 6,042.9 (8788.9)
Deep, Jr.- 5,582.9 (8284.9)
Vani, Sr.- 5,417.1 (7947.1)
Abirami, Sr.- 5,354.3 (7828.3)
Matthew, Jr.- 5,337.1 (7467.1)
Alan, Jr.- 5,254.3 (7828.3)
Dara, Sr.- 4,957.1 (7246.1)
Olivia, Jr.- 4,837.1 (7172.1)
Ethan, Jr.- 4,588.6 (7298.6)
Emily, Jr.- 4,525.7 (6,856.7)
Ethan, Jr.- 3,734.3 (5938.3)

Leighton, Sr.- 5,925.7 (8571.7)
Tejas, Sr.- 5,100 (7,235)
Raven, Sr.- 4,840 (7,276)
Logan, Jr.- 4,648.6 (7024.6)
Smit, Jr.- 4,091.4 (6,141.4)
Rachel, Jr.- 4,040 (4,739- sick for speech/interview)
Ali, Jr.- 3,894.3 (6,298.3)

Total- 35,662.9 (50,821.9)

Subjects
Math- 5,342.9
Music- 4,440
Eco- 5,020
Science- 5,140
Lit- 5,340
Art- 5,140
SoS- 5,240

These tests were much harder than previous sets, which is encouraging since I was worried this year would be highly inflated. It may still be inflated, but music, eco, and science were all supremely difficult.

Boy oh boy do we have some tough decisions to make on who makes the team.

Wow, Sam killed it. That might be the top total score in Texas, unless Michael Xie beat him. How harsh are your judges?


Sophie from J.J. Pearce beat him. Essay was super rough, interview and speech were on the easier side.


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post Dec 10 2017, 06:05 AM
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Lubbock Scores (final team only):
Honors: Phyllis Zhang Jr. had top objective and total score at the meet with 6240
Joseph McCarty (Sophomore): 6211.4
Selena Sheng Jr: 6022.8
Scholastics: me! Sr 6202.8 - second highest total score at the meet
Maria Beusterien Jr: 5397.1 - top subjectives score at the meet.
Elijah Rosas Sr: 5457.1 (non-counter due to subjectives)
Varsities: Esteban Romero Sr: 5188.5
Hunter Dortch Sr: 4688.5
Austin Bernard Jr: 3991.4


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QUOTE (Stanley Tree @ Dec 9 2017, 09:51 PM) *
Total- 35,662.9 (50,821.9)

These tests were much harder than previous sets, which is encouraging since I was worried this year would be highly inflated. It may still be inflated, but music, eco, and science were all supremely difficult.

I'm pretty sure this is the highest Round 1 score to come out of Texas since... ever. Well done, and congrats!! biggrin.gif I agree; it definitely does seem like this version of Round 1 (v2) is more difficult than the one California and Massachusetts, for instance, took (v1). What this means for the difficulty level the rest of the year, who knows.

QUOTE (The Evil Dr. Calculus @ Dec 9 2017, 07:50 PM) *
High Score: Piper Gray, CDO, 9,515,4 ten event, 6,742.9 objective.

!!!!! She beat the ECR kids even with the seemingly easier version of Round 1... and everyone else in Arizona by over 800 points! That is ridiculous and incredible. Slow clap.

QUOTE (ridgepoinths @ Dec 9 2017, 08:58 PM) *
Ridge Point was second at the Fort Bend ISD district meet (behind Dulles, obviously!) with a ten-event score of 39,180 and an objectives team total of 24,204.

Definitely your best yet, and by far!! Congrats. smile.gif Any good showings from the other schools there?

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Lubbock Scores (final team only):
Honors: Phyllis Zhang Jr. had top objective and total score at the meet with 6240
Joseph McCarty (Sophomore): 6211.4
Selena Sheng Jr: 6022.8
Scholastics: me! Sr 6202.8 - second highest total score at the meet
Maria Beusterien Jr: 5397.1 - top subjectives score at the meet.
Elijah Rosas Sr: 5457.1 (non-counter due to subjectives)
Varsities: Esteban Romero Sr: 5188.5
Hunter Dortch Sr: 4688.5
Austin Bernard Jr: 3991.4

6.2k, niiiiice!!! Holy frap, you guys have really shuffled all over the place. Also, I keep misreading this as like "Hunter Dortch, Sr." and thinking, "How do they know there's gonna be a junior?!" xD


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post Dec 10 2017, 01:03 PM
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Longer Version of CDO Scrimmage Results:

52,667 El Camino Real (CA)
47,869 Highland Park (TX)
43,659 Canyon del Oro (AZ)
43,293 Rockwall (TX)
36,099 Boulder Creek (AZ)
34,720 Buena (AZ)
34,042 Deser View (AZ)
32,793 Marana Mountain View (AZ)
31,663 Sunnyside (AZ)
(and 6 others)

Honor Students
9,515.4 Piper Gray (CDO)
9,166.7 ECR Student
9,159.7 ECR Student
9,041.4 ECR Student
8,934.7 Michael Xie (Highland Park)

Scholastic Students
8,831.1 ECR Student
8,706.4 ECR Student
8,642.8 ECR Student
8,512.4 Michael Forbes (Highland Park)
8,316.8 Jasmyne Rodriguez (Highland Park)

Varsity Students
9,171.4 ECR Student
7,631.7 ECR Student
6,956.0 Sean Denny (Rockwall)
6,864.3 Demario Elder (Rockwall)
6,794.3 Katherine Lambert (Highland Park)


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post Dec 10 2017, 01:54 PM
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QUOTE (TinDefacto @ Dec 10 2017, 02:07 AM) *
Definitely your best yet, and by far!! Congrats. smile.gif Any good showings from the other schools there?


Elkins was third at the meet with a team score of 38,190 (exactly 1000 points behind us) and an objectives score of 23,275. They'll be competitive at the Region V medium schools meet next month although sadly, they weren't identified as the medium schools champ last night as they actually gave a plaque to another medium school that was several thousand points behind them. They were led by a S1 who scored 7884/5246 (Kedar P.) and an H1 who scored 7437/4837 (Jet L.) Both are juniors. Clements HS, traditionally a high-scoring large-school team in Texas, was fourth at 33,340.

Our H1 was 6896.7/4385.7 (Alice H - Sr.), H2 was 6317.1/3797.1 (John B. - Soph) and I actually didn't receive two test scores so I need to hunt those down and see if our H3 is another sophomore (right now it's between a junior and senior). Our S1 was 6536.7/3845.7 (Colby Sanders- one of my twin sons who are juniors), S2 was 6517.9/4182.9 (Brady Sanders - his twin brother - he missed top score in my family by one question which has happened before where they were just one question apart at an AcDec meet, but at least he's on the DemiDec scoreboard for the first time ever so he's happy) and our S3 was 5948.6/3788.6 (Jackson C. - Sr.) Once again, my top score was by our V1 (third straight meet - William S. - 6973.3/4494.3 - he's a junior) , our V2 was 5937.7/3408.7 (Taylor S. - sr. - she's really improving and has some ground she'll continue to make up) and our V3 was 4867.9/2502.9 (Ethan V. - jr.). The nice thing about our team is we've got quite a few hard workers who can and will improve between now and regionals. We've improved anywhere from 2500 to 4000 points every year between the district and region meet and I'm hoping for something closer to that again this year. Which we can do if we work hard!

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QUOTE (The Evil Dr. Calculus @ Dec 10 2017, 02:03 PM) *
Longer Version of CDO Scrimmage Results:

52,667 El Camino Real (CA)
47,869 Highland Park (TX)
43,659 Canyon del Oro (AZ)
43,293 Rockwall (TX)
36,099 Boulder Creek (AZ)
34,720 Buena (AZ)
34,042 Deser View (AZ)
32,793 Marana Mountain View (AZ)
31,663 Sunnyside (AZ)
(and 6 others)

Honor Students
9,515.4 Piper Gray (CDO)
9,166.7 ECR Student
9,159.7 ECR Student
9,041.4 ECR Student
8,934.7 Michael Xie (Highland Park)

Scholastic Students
8,831.1 ECR Student
8,706.4 ECR Student
8,642.8 ECR Student
8,512.4 Michael Forbes (Highland Park)
8,316.8 Jasmyne Rodriguez (Highland Park)

Varsity Students
9,171.4 ECR Student
7,631.7 ECR Student
6,956.0 Sean Denny (Rockwall)
6,864.3 Demario Elder (Rockwall)
6,794.3 Katherine Lambert (Highland Park)

Do you have objective scores for those individuals?
Also, which ECR results are going on ADSIC: v1 or v2?
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QUOTE (JakeLHS @ Dec 10 2017, 12:53 PM) *
Also, which ECR results are going on ADSIC: v1 or v2?


I don't know. What do you think we should do? It's a website run by volunteers like you (yaaay PBS! biggrin.gif).

Some might say that we need test dates and version numbers on the wiki. Some might say that would be really messy with too much information, and that we don't have enough volunteers to keep it updated and consistent, and that we seldom know which version somebody used.

Some might say that it's more fair to show the v1 scores for all of the California teams and the v2 scores for all of the Texas teams, and that it would be unfair to show ECR's v2 scores while showing v1 scores for the rest of the California. Some might say that we should just show the most recent scores whenever we can.


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