History Bee Winners - 2011/2012

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History Bee Winners - 2011/2012

Postby Great Bustard » Thu Dec 22, 2011 9:18 am

Here's a quick overview of the Bee winners at each tournament for Varsity and JV, with total preliminary scores noted. #V and #JV refers to the number of Varsity and JV students who played that day. Note that in certain cases the Champion did not necessarily have the high prelim score. Congratulations to all our Champions! We look forward to seeing you all and all those who qualified at our National Championships in April!

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Tournament     Date   Set   Varsity Winner   School         Score  #V   JV Winner       School           Score  #JV         
1. Central IL   10/8    B   Chris Olsen      Centennial       33   10   Sam Doud        Bloomington        24   8
2. Eastern GA   11/5    B   John Washington  Flowery Branch   31   11   Nilai Sarda     Westminster Middle 35   15
3. NE Ohio      11/19   B   Michael Coates   Warren Harding   35   25   Andy Nageotte   Olmsted Falls      25   12
4. Maryland     11/19   C   Todd Pollak      Walt Whitman     26   26   Connor Habinger Mt. St. Joseph     18   14
5. Eastern KY   12/3    B   Andrew Salyer    Johnson Central  36   26   Skyler Cantrell Menifee County     33   7      
6. Guam         12/10   C   Adam Rahmani     Father Duenas    9    5    Alfonso Garcia  Father Duenas      12   12  ***
7. L Hudson NY  12/10   B   Ryan Rosenberg   Ardsley          34   38   Max Smiley      Horace Greeley     34   12
8. Central ID   12/10   C   Alex Baca        Treasure Valley  34   5    Eric Huang      Treasure Valley    28   7
9. Northern IL  12/10   B   pending          pending                    pending          pending
10. Hawaii      12/17   C   Ken-Ben Chao     Iolani           33   11   Kenneth Lee     Iolani             25   7


*** = At the Guam tournament only, there was a separate middle school division won by Lenny Calvo of Bishop Baumgartner Middle School in a field of 13 with a prelim score of 12 in one round only. Also, note that the Guam Varsity and JV Bees also only had one round; hence the lower scores there.
Last edited by Great Bustard on Sat Dec 24, 2011 9:40 am, edited 2 times in total.
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Re: History Bee Winners - 2011/2012

Postby Great Bustard » Thu Dec 22, 2011 9:20 am

Moderators: When I typed up the above post, it was all formatted fine, though the spacing is ignored when it actually gets posted. Any way to fix this, so it doesn't look like the above mess?
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Re: History Bee Winners - 2011/2012

Postby Matt Weiner » Thu Dec 22, 2011 10:08 am

nationalhistorybeeandbowl wrote:Moderators: When I typed up the above post, it was all formatted fine, though the spacing is ignored when it actually gets posted. Any way to fix this, so it doesn't look like the above mess?


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Re: History Bee Winners - 2011/2012

Postby Great Bustard » Thu Dec 22, 2011 10:59 am

Okay, just am not sure how that works. My attempt at it went nowhere (see other thread).
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Re: History Bee Winners - 2011/2012

Postby Great Bustard » Sat Dec 24, 2011 9:50 am

Thanks to Jon Pinyan and Matt Weiner for helping advise me regarding fixing the above table, which now looks much better. This took a lot of trial and error, but the combination of putting it into Notepad, cutting and pasting, and then fiddling with it to get it aligned finally worked.
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