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Texas Regionals 2017 Predictions!
Who will emerge ranked 1 in Texas?
Highland Park [ 14 ] ** [100.00%]
Dulles [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
James E. Taylor [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
Little Elm [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
Pearland [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
Other [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
Who will emerge ranked 2 in Texas?
Highland Park [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
Dulles [ 6 ] ** [42.86%]
James E. Taylor [ 6 ] ** [42.86%]
Little Elm [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
Pearland [ 2 ] ** [14.29%]
Rockwall-Heath [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
Dobie [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
Other [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
Who will emerge ranked 3 in Texas?
Highland Park [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
Dulles [ 5 ] ** [35.71%]
James E. Taylor [ 4 ] ** [28.57%]
Little Elm [ 2 ] ** [14.29%]
Pearland [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
Rockwall-Heath [ 3 ] ** [21.43%]
Dobie [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
Other [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
How many Texas teams will hit 50k?
0 [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
1 [ 8 ] ** [57.14%]
2 [ 4 ] ** [28.57%]
3 [ 2 ] ** [14.29%]
4 [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
5+ [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
What will the top Texas team score?
53k+ [ 1 ] ** [7.14%]
52,xxx [ 5 ] ** [35.71%]
51,xxx [ 5 ] ** [35.71%]
50,xxx [ 2 ] ** [14.29%]
49,xxx [ 1 ] ** [7.14%]
48,xxx [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
<48,000 [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
How many Texan 9k'ers will emerge at Regionals?
0 [ 1 ] ** [7.14%]
1 [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
2 or 3 [ 2 ] ** [14.29%]
4 or 5 [ 6 ] ** [42.86%]
6-9 [ 4 ] ** [28.57%]
10+ [ 1 ] ** [7.14%]
Total Votes: 14
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post Jan 18 2017, 06:29 PM
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Thought a poll was in order for Texas. tongue.gif Still working on my predictions, but shall post before/on Friday!

Round 1 scores can be found here.


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post Jan 20 2017, 04:40 AM
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I FINALLY FINISHED MY PREDICTIONS.

This is definitely a lower year for scores, which is kind of refreshing in a way after the insanity of last year. As such, scores are lower than we may now be accustomed to, but that doesn't mean the teams are any less good!!

I went through below and put in my predictions for all 80 advancing schools. Then I have top scores listed by region. Predictions are more iffy toward the bottom of the pack -- especially because a lot of those teams don't have known scrimmage scores, so it's hard to gauge where they are this year. It's also impossible to account for dark horse teams (like Pasadena Memorial last year) coming out of nowhere, and there'll definitely be at least a couple of those.

Also, I decided I'm only doing top schools this year -- individual scores are too erratic to do at Regionals. Top student statewide is up in the air but in my opinion is almost certainly going to be one of the following: Michael Xie, Highland Park; Oishik Saha, James E. Taylor; Scott Lin, James E. Taylor; Achutha Srinivasan, James E. Taylor; Mark Saving, J.J. Pearce; Hannah Xia, Friendswood; or Logan Baker, Klein (Unless another Luke Minton comes out of nowhere!). I think four or five of those seven will hit 9k. Top Scholastic will likely be a Dulles or HP kid (13 or so total 8k Scholastics), and top Varsity almost certainly Wyatt Hill (not counting Katherine Scott, of course), with 3 or 4 8k Varsities total.

Here we go!

TOP TEN TEAMS:
1. Highland Park - 51,078.1
2. Dulles - 48,927.1
3. Little Elm - 48,121.9
4. James E. Taylor - 47,937.3
5. Pearland - 47,244.6
6. J. Frank Dobie - 46,516.7 (47,237.7 if they moved up their V3, which I doubt.)
7. Clear Lake - 46,047.6
8. Rockwall - 45,926.2
9. Rockwall-Heath - 45,825.8
10. Lubbock - 45,719.8

LARGE SCHOOL STATE QUALIFIERS:
1. Dulles - 48,927.1
2. James E. Taylor - 47,937.3
3. Pearland - 47,244.6
4. J. Frank Dobie - 46,516.7 (47,237.7 if they moved up their V3, which I doubt.)
5. Clear Lake - 46,047.6
6. Rockwall - 45,926.2
7. Rockwall-Heath - 45,825.8
8. Friendswood - 45,455.4
9. J.J. Pearce - 44,787.9
10. Klein - 44,657.2
11. Seven Lakes - 44,648.4
12. Coppell - 44,261.7
13. Nimitz - 44,186.2
14. Hebron - 43,721.4
15. Richardson - 41,983.9
16. Plano East - 41,837.6
17. Marcus - 41,556.1
18. Plano - 41,041.8
19. Keller - 40,878.4
20. Montgomery - 40,489.1
21. Klein Collins - 40,412.6
22. John Marshall - 40,318.4
23. Irving - 39,548.6
24. MacArthur - 39,496.2
25. South Garland - 39,383.4
26. Alvin - 39,091.4
27. Arlington - 38,787.6
28. Garland - 38,642.7
29. Holmes - 38,528.7
30. Ridge Point - 38,517.3
31. Central - 38,249.8
32. Morton Ranch - 38,219.3
33. El Paso Coronado - 38,193.9
34. Clements - 38,157.1
35. Clear Springs - 38,108.9
36. Earl Warren - 38,059.3
37. Pasadena Memorial - 37,843.1
38. Cinco Ranch - 37,558.9
39. Irma Rangel - 36,217.5 [XII Champion]
40. Harlingen South - 32,883.7 [III Champion]

MEDIUM SCHOOL STATE QUALIFIERS:
1. Highland Park - 51,078.1
2. Little Elm - 48,121.9
3. Lubbock - 45,719.8
4. Monterey - 44,683.6
5. Wakeland - 44,453.6
6. Centennial - 43,233.1
7. Summit - 43,133.4
8. Lone Star - 43,128.6
9. Foster - 42,483.7
10. Barbers Hill - 40,803.7
11. King - 40,323.1
12. Independence - 39,283.4
13. Champion - 39,031.9
14. Heritage - 38,842.9
15. Elkins - 38,487.6
16. Liberty - 38,121.4
17. The Colony - 37,784.3
18. Frisco - 37,584.8
19. Lubbock Coronado - 37,463.8
20. W.B. Ray - 37,219.0
21. Reedy - 36,433.6
22. Legacy - 35,981.7
23. Alice - 35,733.8
24. Turner - 35,719.4
25. El Paso - 35,683.4
26. Talkington - 35,098.3
27. Sam Houston - 34,793.2
28. Veterans Memorial - 34,678.3
29. Seagoville - 34,798.1
30. Magnolia - 34,527.6

SMALL SCHOOL STATE QUALIFIERS:
1. JPII - 39,357.6
2. Taylor - 38,113.7
3. Bandera - 37,483.6
4. Estacado - 36,143.4
5. Lebanon Trail - 35,898.2
6. Aubrey - 32,278.1
7. Sinton - 31,043.9
8. A.C. Jones - 30,413.6
9. Sinton - 30,128.1
10. Cole - 29,789.3



REGION II:
No idea what to expect here really. Scrimmage scores are hardly ever known about Region II schools, so...

Large:
1. El Paso Coronado - 38,193.9

Medium:
1. El Paso - 35,683.4

REGION III:
Region III is gonna be weird with a ton of Corpus Christi schools moving down to Medium and Eberhard having left Alice. I'm assuming that 17k subs are not out of the question for solid teams here, as is usually the case in Region III.

Large:
1. Harlingen South - 32,883.7 (not sure whether they will advance to State)

Medium:
1. King - 40,323.1
2. W.B. Ray - 37,219.0
3. Alice - 35,733.8
4. Veterans Memorial - 34,678.3
5. Tuloso-Midway - 33,819.6
6. Mary Carroll - 32,538.1

Small:
1. Taylor - 38,113.7
2. Bandera - 37,483.6
3. Sinton - 31,043.9
4. A.C. Jones - 30,413.6
5. Sinton - 30,128.1
6. Cole - 29,789.3

REGION IV:
Region IV Large is perpetually in flux. Northside ISD always dominates, but which teams are in power in a given year is constantly changing. However, we're pretty likely to see another strong performance from Marshall, I think. Things are usually more stable in Medium, with Champion always winning and nobody else really coming close, except for last year when Little Elm went all veni-vidi-vici on their butts (and subsequently relocated this year).

Large:
1. John Marshall - 40,318.4
2. Holmes - 38,528.7
3. Earl Warren - 38,059.3
4. O'Connor - 37,549.2
5. Brandeis - 35,756.8

Medium:
1. Champion - 39,031.9
2. Sam Houston - 34,793.2

REGION V:
Ah, Region V, long one of the most competitive regions in the state. I expect a return to Pearland winning this year (after Friendswood interrupted their four-year winning streak last year with absurdly higher subs) -- although if Dobie is fielding one of their three killer Varsities as a Scholastic, it could be a pretty close race between them. That being said, I doubt Dobie made that move, so the championship is pretty safely in Pearland's hands I'd say, unless another crazy subs difference happens again.

Large:
1. Pearland - 47,244.6
2. J. Frank Dobie - 46,516.7 (47,237.7 if they moved up their V3, which I doubt.)
3. Clear Lake - 46,047.6
4. Friendswood - 45,455.4
5. Alvin - 39,091.4
6. Ridge Point - 38,517.3
7. Clear Springs - 38,108.9
8. Pasadena Memorial - 37,843.1
9. Clear Creek - 36,481.8
10. Dawson - 35,411.3
11. Clear Brook - 35,183.2

Medium:
1. Barbers Hill - 40,803.7
2. Elkins - 38,487.6
3. Turner - 35,719.4
4. Manvel - 34,111.6

REGION VI:
Hard to know what'll come out of Region VI, as we generally don't know much about what goes on there. What we do know, though, is that Klein has a very good team this year as well as a very good Honors in Logan Baker, who could be their first-ever 9k'er.

Large:
1. Klein - 44,657.2
2. Montgomery - 40,489.1
3. Klein Collins - 40,412.6
4. DeBakey - 35,823.7

Medium:
1. Foster - 42,483.7
2. Magnolia - 34,527.6
3. Magnolia West - 33,491.3

REGION VII:
Another region with some of the strongest teams, Region VII will be the site of a face-off between Dulles and James E. Taylor that many are saying will be quite close. While both are incredibly strong this year, though, I'm not too convinced -- I'm betting Dulles will pull ahead of Taylor by a pretty significant amount, though I could nevertheless be very wrong here. Clements seems to be having a tough transition after losing their longtime coaches, but I think they'll still just make it into State -- as will Morton Ranch, I'm hoping. As for Tompkins, I've no idea what to make of them, but they don't seem to be doing too well this year, and unless they've got something up their sleeve I don't think they'll be advancing.

1. Dulles - 48,927.1
2. James E. Taylor - 47,937.3
3. Seven Lakes - 44,648.4
4. Morton Ranch - 38,219.3
5. Clements - 38,157.1
6. Cinco Ranch - 37,558.9
7. Tompkins - 36,492.1

REGION VIII:
Region VIII Medium has been overtaken over by outsiders. Summit will win once again in terms of the teams actually native to the area, but Little Elm and the Lubbock schools will provide stiff competition. Amusingly, Little Elm will once again take a Regional title away from a longtime champion in a region they don't even belong to. Modern-day Genghis Khans? Whatever the case, they have an incredible team this year, and I think they will be third in the entire state.

Large:
1. Arlington - 38,787.6

Medium:
1. Little Elm - 48,121.9
2. Lubbock - 45,719.8
3. Monterey - 44,683.6
4. Summit - 43,133.4
5. Lubbock Coronado - 37,463.8
5. Legacy - 35,981.7
6. Talkington - 35,098.3

REGION IX:
Region IX will be very interesting to watch. I have no idea whether Nimitz or Coppell will win, but it will almost certainly be very close. On top of that, Hebron is having their best year yet, and Irving and MacArthur also looked poised for greatness in Large. Meanwhile, in the perpetual bloodbath that is Frisco ISD Region IX Medium, I'd say all 8 Medium FISD schools will almost certainly advance, with Wakeland, Centennial and Lone Star in particularly looking like they'll each have good years. Liberty, on the other hand, is definitely having a rebuilding year, though I'm hopeful we can push 40k come State.

Large:
1. Coppell - 44,261.7
2. Nimitz - 44,186.2
3. Hebron - 43,721.4
4. Marcus - 41,556.1
5. Irving - 39,548.6
6. MacArthur - 39,496.2
7. Flower Mound - 37,371.4

Medium:
1. Wakeland - 44,453.6
2. Centennial - 43,233.1
3. Lone Star - 43,128.6
4. Independence - 39,283.4
5. Heritage - 38,842.9
6. Liberty - 38,121.4
7. The Colony - 37,784.3
8. Frisco - 37,584.8
9. Reedy - 36,433.6

REGION X:
Another hypercompetitive region, X is home to the Rockwalls, Planos and Highland Park all. Highland Park could quite possible be the best Texas team in ages, and I'm excited to see how they end up faring at Nationals. The Rockwalls are both a bit down from last year, and though Rockwall-Heath was leading Rockwall at the beginning of the year, I'm fairly confident Rockwall will catch up and surpass them this weekend. The Planos aren't having as good a year as last either, but East and Senior could very well be joined by West at State if they manage to find some Varsities for once!

Large:
1. Rockwall - 45,926.2
2. Rockwall-Heath - 45,825.8
3. J.J. Pearce - 44,787.2
4. Richardson - 41,983.9
5. Plano East - 41,837.6
6. Plano - 41,041.8
7. South Garland - 39,383.4
8. Garland - 38,642.7
9. Plano West - ~37k (if they manage to find Varsities for once!!)

Medium:
1. Highland Park - 51,078.1

REGION XI:
Also not a ton known here. But I'm crossing my fingers hoping that Lebanon Trail will advance and that 9 of 9 Frisco ISD schools go to State!

Large:
1. Keller - 40,878.4
2. Central - 38,249.8

Small:
1. JPII - 39,357.6
2. Estacado - 36,143.4
3. Lebanon Trail - 35,898.2
4. Aubrey - 32,278.1

REGION XII:
No idea, man.

Large:
1. Irma Rangel - 36,217.5

Medium:
1. Seagoville - 34,798.1
2. Molina - 33,422.8

Small:
1. Pinkston - 27,383.9



Now let's see y'all's predictions! Can't wait 'til Saturday so we can all make fun of how wrong I am on various things. tongue.gif


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post Jan 20 2017, 06:49 AM
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I was gonna reply to your message, but I realized that is ridiculous considering the great length of that post. I also hope that Morton Ranch will advance, though 32nd is certainly optimistic for us. I'll use this as a brief reflection on Morton this year, as this may mark the end of our season.

Coming in this year, I had high hopes for our team, coming out of our highest performance ever by over 5,000 points while returning H1, S3, and V1, among others who did not make the team last year. As the year has gone on, however, it quickly became obvious nobody had the drive we've had in the past.. We relaxed our demands on the individuals on the team back to how it used to be pre-2016, which has been nothing but a huge failure on the part of both Ms. McDaniel and I. Making state is possible but not guaranteed, and a sub-30 finish is all but assured if we make it to state. Nobody felt competitive, and the individuals who were trying to prove themselves in the past have become extremely complacent. H1 from last year has dropped considerably from last year, and he has not been trying much at all. Last year's extremely promising 7k Sophomore V1 has been a disappointment, as she has not done any studying whatsoever and does not care about Decathlon. The most promising individual on our team has been our S1 Joella, as she has stepped up enormously from last year.

For right now, Morton is exactly what I didn't want it to be: a sub-par team that had a fluke strong year. I hope to change that in the future, but that being the reality of the situation is sobering and upsetting to say the very least. However, we will move on, and there will be better days, even if this weekend is a low point in my career as a Decathlete.

On a happier note, Katherine has exceeded every expectation I could have had for her. Coming into this school year, I had low expectations for her this season to say the least, as she was but a budding Varsity who I had just convinced to join Decathlon. She didn't get the guides until August, and I didn't realize she had any potential until she beat our V1 on the first scrimmage of the year after only having the guides for about two weeks. After I began coaching her, she started to show a lot of promise, and I realized she could be something great, though I could not have imagined where she would end up only a few months later. She's exceeded every expectation I had for her and I couldn't be more proud of her progress. She is not only a testament to the fact that anybody can be a great Decathlete, but she also has reinforced to me that I know how to coach individuals to greatness, so long as I can get them to buy into my madness. I hope my experiences with her will help me break through to Morton next year.

Now then, the entire point of this post. My predictions will strictly focus on Morton, as I am not inundated enough this season to make truly accurate predictions for all of the other teams.

Morton Ranch
Alejandro Gaona: 7,542.9
Uche Okwo: 7,257.1
Ethan Templeton/Claudia Guerra: 6,400.0

Joella Krauss: 7,228.6
Diana Munoz: 6,257.1
Abigail Fajardo: 6,114.3

Sage McGroarty: 6,642.9
Mykal Buster: 5,842.9
Alejandro Roman: 5,657.1

Total: 40,771.5

This score is optimistic for us, but assuming our trend of achieving unexpected growth after Round 1, it isn't unachievable--though this score most depends upon our Honors getting their crap together, along with V1 getting lucky (which she is not incapable of). Our realistic score range will be from 37-41k, based largely upon fairness of subjective scoring and how much our team has studied outside of my knowledge. As with everything, we will see, though.

As far as Katherine is concerned, 6.8k obs isn't unachievable for her, which I never thought I'd say. She's very unpredictable, so I cannot make any concrete predictions, but needless to say she will effortlessly win Online Regionals. If he's up to the task, I'd say Sebastian would be much more fair and accurate on any predictions for her. She will be great, gold sweep, likely one of the highest Varsity objective scores ever achieved. I'm excited to see what she'll do.

Is that Science and Engineering school no longer in Region XII? They were the bane of my existence for my years as a Decathlete, so if they are gone, that will be odd.

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My team will be gathering later today for our trip to the Deer Park Region V meet with the hope that TinDefacto's prediction of finishing in the top 30 among Texas' large schools certainly comes true but there is a lot of uncertainty.

Basically, I"ll predict my team (Ridge Point HS) will lose about 2500 points in science (which was our top objective event last year and which I can almost guarantee will be our lowest objective event this year.) I'm hoping though we can pick up that loss in music, art, social studies and math (our lowest four objective events last year) with about 500-600 overall point gains in each of those four categories from last year. Econ and lit/lang and hopefully the subjectives should be a wash for us from last year. So even with the overall higher difficulty this year compared to last year, I'm hoping for a similar team score. My team is much stronger this year at the scholastic level than last year and very close in varsity with perhaps just a small drop in honors (maybe even a gain there if our H1 and H2 are ready today and tomorrow.)

So I'll predict 39,100 again for Ridge Point this year with a range of scores capable for us anywhere from 38,000 to 41,500. Thanks for the detailed predictions, by the way. Last year you got us exactly correct (you picked us 17th pre-regions in medium schools and that's exactly where we ended after the regions.) Again, I'm hoping your 30th place prediction for us this year in large school is close to where we finish!


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QUOTE (Scholastic Underdog @ Jan 20 2017, 01:49 AM) *
If he's up to the task, I'd say Sebastian would be much more fair and accurate on any predictions for her. She will be great, gold sweep, likely one of the highest Varsity objective scores ever achieved. I'm excited to see what she'll do.

Lol. She is unpredictable. I think it depends highly on the difficulty of the test set in question; she'll get whatever the reasonable max is. xD

QUOTE (Scholastic Underdog @ Jan 20 2017, 01:49 AM) *
Is that Science and Engineering school no longer in Region XII? They were the bane of my existence for my years as a Decathlete, so if they are gone, that will be odd.

They are! I just think Rangel will beat them. Why were the bane of your existence? tongue.gif


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QUOTE (TinDefacto @ Jan 20 2017, 03:21 PM) *
QUOTE (Scholastic Underdog @ Jan 20 2017, 01:49 AM) *
If he's up to the task, I'd say Sebastian would be much more fair and accurate on any predictions for her. She will be great, gold sweep, likely one of the highest Varsity objective scores ever achieved. I'm excited to see what she'll do.

Lol. She is unpredictable. I think it depends highly on the difficulty of the test set in question; she'll get whatever the reasonable max is. xD

QUOTE (Scholastic Underdog @ Jan 20 2017, 01:49 AM) *
Is that Science and Engineering school no longer in Region XII? They were the bane of my existence for my years as a Decathlete, so if they are gone, that will be odd.

They are! I just think Rangel will beat them. Why were the bane of your existence? tongue.gif

I hated them because they always took a spot that I felt others deserved much more.

BY THE WAY. The rule in Texas now is that a team only automatically qualifies for State by winning their region if they have at least 5 schools of the same size in their Region.


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QUOTE (Scholastic Underdog @ Jan 20 2017, 04:32 PM) *
The rule in Texas now is that a team only automatically qualifies for State by winning their region if they have at least 5 schools of the same size in their Region.

Ohhh, interesting! Good to know!

Also, I heard through the grapevine that at least one student got a 980 in Lit. Not sure what this means about test difficulty... but maybe add 1-2k to each of my predictions? blink.gif


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Some scores are starting to trickle in... according to an edit on ADSIC, Taylor won Region VII with an unknown score. wat. Guess it was much closer than I'd thought!

A reminder that pages on ADSIC are editable by anyone! You can post scores here or there. biggrin.gif

Texas Regionals 2017
Region II
Region III
Region IV
Region V
Region VI
Region VII
Region VIII
Region IX
Region X
Region XI
Region XII


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Dulles- 47840, 33785.6 tests. Taylor beat us by about 65


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Hey y'all. So, I won't go into Morton's scores in-depth at all. We barely broke 36k, we aren't going to state. However! I'll share everybody else's I recorded during the awards. Sebastian will be adding all the awards I have to ADSIC when he gets the chance. Hilariously, there were a few subjects that were 100% dominated by Taylor and Dulles. I had a laugh when that happened.

Varsity overall: 3rd James Kesler Dulles 7,215.3
2nd Leighton Nylander Dulles 7,264.3
1st Aziz Siddiqui 7,317 Taylor

Scholastic overall: 3rd Jared Roth 8,072.1 Dulles
2nd Madison Gabino 8,127.1 Dulles
1st Ethan Tu 8,455.4 Dulles

Honors Overall: 3rd Achutha Srinivasan 8,676.7 Taylor
2nd Oishik Saha 9,114 Taylor
1st Scott Lin 9,215 Taylor

3rd team overall: 44,645.3 Seven Lakes
2nd team overall: 47,840.3 Dulles
1st team overall: 47,905.6 Taylor

If I messed up any scores, please be sure to correct me. I was recording these in a rush throughout a conversation with Allan so my accuracy may be iffy

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QUOTE (Scholastic Underdog @ Jan 21 2017, 07:36 PM) *
3rd team overall: 44,645.3 Seven Lakes
2nd team overall: 47,840.3 Dulles
1st team overall: 47,905.6 Taylor


I was 3.1 points off from 7L's score. And 32 from Taylor's. cool.gif

And uh about 1,000 on Dulles's...

Wow though, that was crazy close. Awesome job to all of y'all.


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Region IX:

Large Schools:

1. Nimitz (45.6k)
2. Hebron
3. Coppell
4. Marcus
5. MacArthur

Medium Schools:
1. Wakeland
2. Centennial
3. Lone Star
4. The Colony
5. Heritage

?. Liberty 37,636.6 (oh well...)

Top Large and Medium Honors both 8.6k
Top Large Varsity 8.3k

Whoo, go The Colony!! And Nimitz for taking back the championship with an amazing increase!! biggrin.gif


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post Jan 22 2017, 03:03 AM
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Region 8 Medium
46737.0 Monterey
46200.8 Lubbock High
45444.0 Little Elm
45030.4 Summit
38104.1 Coronado
36464.9 Talkington
35671.5 Legacy
34365.9 Lake Ridge
30386.2 Waco
29585.2 Waxahachie
29402.1 Juan Seguin
29142.8 Timberview
18835.4 Cleburne
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Whoaaaa. Congrats to Monterey! The top three is flipped from what I was expecting!! How were individuals?

Good job to Summit too for their highest-ever Regionals score. Interesting how much I was overestimating Little Elm, but they should catch up by State. cool.gif

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Just got back from the very competitive Region V meet. I guess Pearland, Dobie and the other elite teams from Region V haven't posted scores online, but it was very close at the top with (I thought) the top four schools all finishing north of 45,000 points. There were seven teams that broke 39,000 and we finished eighth with 38,073.1 Two medium schools at the meet broke 40,000 with Barbers Hill edging Elkins.


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This was posted on the Texas Academic Decathlon Facebook page:
Small School Teams Advancing to State Finals in El Paso
Bandera High School *** 38144.1
John Paul II High School *** 35634.0
Taylor High School 34919.4
A. C. Jones High School 33163.7
Estacado High School 32005.0
IL Texas - Garland High School 30296.0
Sinton High School 29875.1
Lebanon Trail High School 28629.0
Cole High School 28445.4
Aubrey High School 27343.0
*** Region Winners

Medium School Teams Advancing to State Finals in El Paso
Highland Park High School 52545.0
Monterey High School*** 46737.0
Lubbock High School 46200.8
Little Elm High School 45444.0
Summit High School 45030.4
Wakeland High School *** 44055.5
Barbers Hill High School *** 42813.7
Centennial High School 42725.4
Richard King High School*** 41810.1
Foster High School *** 41547.3
Lone Star High School 41379.7
Elkins High School 40608.9
The Colony High School 38982.6
Heritage High School 38790.6
Coronado High School 38104.1
Independence High School 37847.8
Liberty High School 37636.4
Frisco High School 37041.2
Alice High School 36659.2
El Paso High School *** 36583.9
Poteet High School 36514.1
Talkington School for Young Women 36464.9
Tuloso-Midway High School 36033.3
Legacy High School 35671.3
Reedy High School 35087.3
Carroll High School 34961.9
Seagoville High School *** 34847.0
Ray High School 34751.6
Lake Ridge High School 34365.9
Sam Houston High School *** 31437.5
*** Region Winner

Large School Teams Advancing to State Finals in San Antonio:
James E. Taylor High School *** 47905.6
Dulles High School 47840.3
Pearland High School *** 46732.5
Klein High School *** 46347.0
Dobie High School 46234.8
Nimitz High School *** 45691.6
Clear Lake High School 45452.6
Rockwall Heath High School*** 45274.0
J. J. Pearce High School 45211.0
Friendswood High School 45034.4
Hebron High School 44823.2
Seven Lakes High School 44645.3
Coppell High School 44541.6
Plano Senior High School 44386.0
Rockwall High School 43989.0
Plano East High School 43550.0
Montgomery High School 42492.0
Richardson High School 42327.0
Keller High School *** 41996.0
Marcus High School 40715.7
Klein Collins High School 40550.5
Clear Springs High School 40262.7
Arlington High School*** 40124.3
Warren High School*** 40033.9
Coronado High School *** 39936.2
Marshall High School 39549.3
Pasadena Memorial High School 39421.8
Alvin High School 39218.5
Holmes High School 38746.2
Brandeis High School 38603.0
MacArthur High School 38599.7
Martin High School 38518.8
Ridge Point High School 38073.1
Irvng High School 37744.4
Clear Creek High School 37642.6
Science and Engineering High School*** 37635.0
Clements High School 37532.8
Wylie High School 37034.8
Turner College and Career High School 36882.5
Garland High School 36829.0
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My first Region since 1998 where I was helping run the meet instead of sitting in the hospitality room with other coaches complaining/humble-bragging on various students (while we stare vacantly waiting for our turn to speak) lol.

I thought it would comforting. It wasn't. I felt like the sharks in Finding Nemo... "fish are friends"...

... the desire to 'win' while watching your former team lose region for the first time in 15 years was absolutely excruciating.

A shout out to David at HP. Proud of what you're doing when you don't have to answer to anyone else. smile.gif


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Oh hey look, all 9 Frisco ISD schools advanced to State. cool.gif

Wow though, lots of crazy stuff took place... and a fair amount of surprises. For instance, what happened to Champion in Region IV?? That's so bizarre...

Will say more tomorrow once I've had the chance to analyze a lot more. Trying to take care of ADSIC now. Any information is always greatly appreciated.

Also, so far it looks like we have 5 9k'ers -- any more?

1. Michael Xie, Highland Park - 9,366.1
2. Mark Saving, J.J. Pearce - 9,246.4
3. Scott Lin, James E. Taylor - 9,215.7
4. Oishik Saha, James E. Taylor - 9,114.0
5. Rachel Korn, Highland Park - 9,034.0

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Looks like HPHS did a barrel roll!



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QUOTE (zzzptm @ Jan 30 2017, 10:11 PM) *
Looks like HPHS did a barrel roll!



Ahahahha!

Nobody on HP had been born yet when that video game came out. ohmy.gif :'(


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