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SamKeal
post Jan 3 2018, 08:09 AM
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On Friday, January 12th, Wisconsin has their regional competition at 5 locations in the state; 10 teams at each location. Feel free to post any predictions you have about how things will turn out.

I'll have results from the Whitewater regional on competition day.
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SamKeal
post Jan 3 2018, 08:11 AM
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My predictions!

Overall Team Scores
1. Wilmot Union – 43k (2)
2. Rufus King International – 40.7k (1)
3. Pewaukee – 40.5 k (2)
4. Watertown – 40k (1)
5. New Berlin West – 39k (3)
6. Waukesha West – 37.5k (1)
7. New Richmond – 36.5k (2)
8. Sun Prairie – 36k (1)
9. Melrose-Mindoro – 35.9k (4)
10. New Berlin Eisenhower – 35.8k (2)
11. Marathon – 35.6k (4)
12. Slinger – 35.5k (2)
13. Green Bay East – 34 k (1)
14. Bay Port – 33.8 k (1)
15. Durand – 33.7 k (3)
16. Green Bay Preble – 33.7 k (1)
17. Green Bay Southwest – 33.6 k (1)
18. Elk Mound – 31.2 k (3)
19. Sparta – 30.1 k (2)
20. Northland Pines – 30k (3)
I really hope it turns out like this, since this would be the first time in recorded history that the top 20 teams in Wisconsin at Regionals broke 30k! And 12 35k teams at Regionals would be another record.

Predictions for each region.

Barron County
1. New Richmond – 36.5 k
2. Durand – 33.7 k
3. Elk Mound – 31.2 k
4. Menomonie
5. Grantsburg
6. Ladysmith
7. Barron
8. Stanley-Boyd
9. Altoona
10. Flambeau
Additional prediction: New Richmond has highest subs in the state.

Green Bay
1. Green Bay East – 34 k
2. Bay Port – 33.8 k
3. Green Bay Preble – 33.7 k
4. Green Bay Southwest – 33.6 k
5. Winneconne
6. Seymour
7. Freedom
8. Beaver Dam
9. Green Bay West
10. De Pere
This one will be very close between the top 4. Very, very close.

Stevens Point
1. Melrose-Mindoro – 35.9
2. Marathon – 35.6
3. Sparta – 30.1 k
4. Northland Pines – 30 k
5. La Crosse Logan
6. Tomah
7. Hillsboro
8. Bangor
9. Mauston
10. Athens

Waukesha
1. Rufus King International – 40.7 k
2. Pewaukee – 40.5 k
3. New Berlin West – 39 k
4. Waukesha West – 37.5 k
5. New Berlin Eisenhower – 35.8 k
6. Slinger – 35.5 k
7. Waukesha North
8. Franklin
9. Washington Park
10. Brown Deer
Top Scorer: Jacob Huebner (also top in the state) with 8,820. This one will be very close between Rufus King and Pewaukee, but I’m guessing Rufus King will have a slight advantage (between 150 and 200) over Pewaukee.

Whitewater
1. Wilmot Union – 43 k
2. Watertown – 40 k
3. Sun Prairie – 36 k
4. Burlington
5. Mt. Horeb
6. Dodgeland
7. Deerfield
8. Cambridge
9. Iowa-Grant
10. Westosha Central
Even though Wilmot’s honors will improve a lot, Michela Suski (Watertown) will have the top honors score (somewhere around 8,500 – 8,800). Davis Lohr (Sun Prairie) will have the top scholastic score (somewhere around 7,200 – 7,500). Tanis Rossow will have the highest varsity score (somewhere around 6,800 – 7,100). If this happens, this will be second year in a row where the top scorers in each category came from three different schools!

Predictions for State Advancement

In Wisconsin, the regional champions advance to state, along with the next three highest scoring teams from each division, and then the next three highest scoring teams from any division.

Barron County – New Richmond (2)
Green Bay – Green Bay East (1)
Stevens Point – Melrose-Mindoro (4)
Waukesha – Rufus King International (1)
Whitewater – Wilmot Union (2)
Division I – Watertown, Waukesha West, Sun Prairie
Division II – Pewaukee, New Berlin Eisenhower, Slinger
Division III – New Berlin West, Durand, Elk Mound
Division IV – Marathon, Dodgeland, Deerfield
Wildcard Teams – Bay Port (1), Green Bay Preble (1), Green Bay Southwest (1)

If the Green Bay regional doesn’t go how I predict, nothing in this will change as the top four teams are all Division I. If the Waukesha regional is won by Pewaukee, Rufus King would advance as Division I, Sun Prairie would advance as a wildcard, Sparta would advance as Division II, and Green Bay Southwest would not advance (based on my predictions, which could be way off what will actually happen).

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post Jan 3 2018, 04:19 PM
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Oooh... my predictions are comparatively pessimistic, but that's mostly because of subs, I think.

My top twenty 19:
1. Wilmot Union High School - 42.8k
2. Watertown High School - 39.6k
3. Pewaukee High School - 39.3k
4. Rufus King International High School - 38.9k (actually second-highest objs)
5. New Berlin West Middle High School - 37.7k
6. Waukesha West High School - 37k
7. New Richmond High School - 37k
8. Melrose-Mindoro High School - 35.7k
9. Sun Prairie High School - 35.6k
10. Marathon High School - 35k
11. Slinger High School - 34.7k
12. New Berlin Eisenhower Middle High School - 34.7k
13. Green Bay East High School - 33.2k
14. Bay Port High School - 33.1k
15. Green Bay Southwest High School - 32.2k
16. Green Bay Preble High School - 32.1k
17. Winneconne High School - 31.5k
18. Durand High School - 30k
19. Northland Pines High School - 30k

Whatever the case, Wisconsin's looking strong this year -- at least four teams will hit 40k by State, and lots over 35k! I don't quite think 20 teams have 30k in them for Regionals, but I would love to be proven wrong.

Barron:
1. New Richmond High School - 37k
2. Durand High School - 30k

Green Bay:
1. Green Bay East High School - 33.2k
2. Bay Port High School - 33.1k
3. Green Bay Southwest High School - 32.2k
4. Green Bay Preble High School - 32.1k
5. Winneconne High School - 31.5k

I also agree that the top four -- maybe even five -- will be quite close here. Who wins may be a toss-up, but I see Sam and I agree!

Stevens Point:
1. Melrose-Mindoro High School - 35.7k
2. Marathon High School - 35k
3. Northland Pines High School - 30k

Waukesha:
1. Pewaukee High School - 39.3k
2. Rufus King International High School - 38.9k
3. New Berlin West Middle High School - 37.7k
4. Waukesha West High School - 37k
5. Slinger High School - 34.7k
6. New Berlin Eisenhower Middle High School - 34.7k

Close at the top, but I think Pewaukee has a big subs advantage here.

Whitewater:
1. Wilmot Union High School - 42.8k
2. Watertown High School - 39.6k
3. Sun Prairie High School - 35.6k

Not gonna predict state advancers since I think there's too much volatility in scores for those at the lower end, so it can be impossible to know. As for individuals, the Honors face-off in the Whitewater region will be pretty intense. One of them will win the Honors division statewide unless Jordan Rodrigues (from Waukesha West) is returning this year after all, in which case there's a good chance he may take that title. The real question is who the top student will be regardless of division! Should be exciting to watch unfold -- just over a week away! biggrin.gif
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post Jan 3 2018, 05:21 PM
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The only prediction I feel comfortable making for the Wisconsin regionals is that the outside temperature on your test date will be lower than the team score of all state qualifiers. I'll predict a high temperature on Jan. 12th of 25 degrees and no advancing team to your state meet with a team score of less than 28K! Hopefully, for your benefit, everything will be higher than that!
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post Jan 3 2018, 05:40 PM
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QUOTE (TinDefacto @ Jan 3 2018, 10:19 AM) *
Not gonna predict state advancers since I think there's too much volatility in scores for those at the lower end, so it can be impossible to know. As for individuals, the Honors face-off in the Whitewater region will be pretty intense. One of them will win the Honors division statewide unless Cameron Rodrigues (from Waukesha West) is returning this year after all, in which case there's a good chance he may take that title. The real question is who the top student will be regardless of division! Should be exciting to watch unfold -- just over a week away! biggrin.gif


You're mixing together the names of Waukesha West's Honors from last year; they were Cameron Chyla and Jordan Rodrigues, not Cameron Rodriquez.

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post Jan 3 2018, 06:04 PM
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QUOTE (Hakiobo @ Jan 3 2018, 01:40 PM) *
QUOTE (TinDefacto @ Jan 3 2018, 10:19 AM) *
Not gonna predict state advancers since I think there's too much volatility in scores for those at the lower end, so it can be impossible to know. As for individuals, the Honors face-off in the Whitewater region will be pretty intense. One of them will win the Honors division statewide unless Cameron Rodrigues (from Waukesha West) is returning this year after all, in which case there's a good chance he may take that title. The real question is who the top student will be regardless of division! Should be exciting to watch unfold -- just over a week away! biggrin.gif


You're mixing toether the names of Waukesha West's Honors from last year; they were Cameron Chyla and Jordan Rodrigues, not Cameron Rodriquez.

AHHHHH!! Thanks for catching me!! I had this same problem last year too, but somehow managed never to post the wrong name; I think it's because I know a Cameron Rodriguez from high school. xD

Whatever the case, still not as bad as that one time I completely invented a Decathlete... (or how I thought for years that James E. Taylor was named after a US President.)
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post Jan 9 2018, 01:57 PM
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QUOTE (SamKeal @ Jan 3 2018, 02:11 AM) *
Waukesha
1. Rufus King International – 40.7 k
2. Pewaukee – 40.5 k
3. New Berlin West – 39 k
4. Waukesha West – 37.5 k
5. New Berlin Eisenhower – 35.8 k
6. Slinger – 35.5 k
7. Waukesha North
8. Franklin
9. Washington Park
10. Brown Deer
Top Scorer: Jacob Huebner (also top in the state) with 8,820. This one will be very close between Rufus King and Pewaukee, but I’m guessing Rufus King will have a slight advantage (between 150 and 200) over Pewaukee.


I just want to say that my gut feeling is that this is quite optimistic for both the team and me.
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post Jan 10 2018, 05:30 PM
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QUOTE (Hakiobo @ Jan 9 2018, 09:57 AM) *
QUOTE (SamKeal @ Jan 3 2018, 02:11 AM) *
Waukesha
1. Rufus King International – 40.7 k
2. Pewaukee – 40.5 k
3. New Berlin West – 39 k
4. Waukesha West – 37.5 k
5. New Berlin Eisenhower – 35.8 k
6. Slinger – 35.5 k
7. Waukesha North
8. Franklin
9. Washington Park
10. Brown Deer
Top Scorer: Jacob Huebner (also top in the state) with 8,820. This one will be very close between Rufus King and Pewaukee, but I’m guessing Rufus King will have a slight advantage (between 150 and 200) over Pewaukee.


I just want to say that my gut feeling is that this is quite optimistic for both the team and me.

Guts suck sometimes. We're wishing you and your team the best of luck! smile.gif
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post Jan 12 2018, 08:29 AM
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QUOTE (ridgepoinths @ Jan 3 2018, 11:21 AM) *
The only prediction I feel comfortable making for the Wisconsin regionals is that the outside temperature on your test date will be lower than the team score of all state qualifiers. I'll predict a high temperature on Jan. 12th of 25 degrees and no advancing team to your state meet with a team score of less than 28K! Hopefully, for your benefit, everything will be higher than that!


High of 19 degrees tomorrow. At least no ice storm like 2014. And 2015. And 2016.
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post Jan 12 2018, 09:49 PM
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Awards ceremonies are underway across the state! Good luck, everyone!!
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post Jan 12 2018, 11:51 PM
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If I had to guess, Wilmot wins with 43.4
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post Jan 13 2018, 12:22 AM
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QUOTE (Allan21996 @ Jan 12 2018, 05:51 PM) *
If I had to guess, Wilmot wins with 43.4


Close. According to the ADSIC twitter, Wilmot won the Whitewater regional (and probably the whole state, but we can't know for sure yet) with 43,088.0.

Sun Prairie got third (Watertown second) with 36346.5. (23648.5 objs). 6 teams over 30k just at Whitewater. We might be looking at 25+ teams with over 30k. Getting to state is going to be very tricky.
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post Jan 13 2018, 12:42 AM
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QUOTE (SamKeal @ Jan 12 2018, 08:22 PM) *
According to the ADSIC twitter, Wilmot won the Whitewater regional (and probably the whole state, but we can't know for sure yet) with 43,088.0.

Sun Prairie got third (Watertown second) with 36346.5. (23648.5 objs). 6 teams over 30k just at Whitewater. We might be looking at 25+ teams with over 30k. Getting to state is going to be very tricky.


1. Wilmot Union 43,088.0
2. Watertown 40,342.4
3. Sun Prairie 36,346.5

Your predictions were a bit better than mine. tongue.gif

Anyone know anything about other regions? I shall await more knowledge with bated breath!
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post Jan 13 2018, 05:35 AM
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UW-Waukesha results:

1. Pewaukee ~40k
2. New Berlin Eisenhower ~38.3k
3. Rufus King 38,085.1
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post Jan 14 2018, 10:01 PM
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WIAD posted a live video announcing the 20 teams advancing to State. No scores were announced.

5 Regional Winners

Green Bay Preble (1)
New Richmond (2)
Melrose-Mindoro (4)
Pewaukee (2)
Wilmot Union (2)

15 Other Teams

Division I
Watertown
Rufus King
Waukesha West

Division II
New Berlin Eisenhower
Slinger
Seymour

Division III
New Berlin West
Winneconne
Durand

Division IV
Marathon
Dodgeland
Ladysmith

WildCard
Sun Prairie (1)
Green Bay East (1)
Green Bay SouthWest (1)

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post Jan 17 2018, 01:10 AM
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All Wisconsin team scores can be found here.

Overall, there were 3 teams over 40k, 13 over 35k, and 26 over 30k. Wilmot Union has a 2.5k lead over Pewaukee, with Watertown just behind Pewaukee. We don't have much individual information yet, but will hopefully have more later.
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