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Maggie Walker (Richmond, VA) 1776
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Saint Mary's (Raleigh, NC): 1381
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Garfield Heights (Garfield Heights, i.e., Cleveland, OH) 1545
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Culver Academy (Culver, IN): 1543
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Rappahannock County, VA: 1220

But 95% of our scoring was done by freshmen and sophmores, we didn't invite seniors, and we are a small public school in rural VA.
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Raleigh Charter: 1711
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Robinson - 1269

Missing 3/5 of our A team.
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KMO Score State College High

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1836
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This may be inappropriate, but for correctness' sake, I believe State College got 1826.
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Kellenberg, NY: 1578
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Re: KMO Score State College High

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JGittings wrote:1836
Nice job! I bet you won again. (even if it is really 1826)
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RM got 1730. Congrats to SC. 1826 is pretty humbling.
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Wall of Ham wrote:This may be inappropriate, but for correctness' sake, I believe State College got 1826.
Yeah, we got 1826.
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Post by jbarnes112358 »

Unofficial results:

State College won.

2nd was a team from NJ (I don't know the name.)

3rd was TJ

4th was Maggie Walker

Results posted on KMO site tomorrow
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Charlie Dees, North Kansas City HS '08
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What exactly do you get for winning KMO, if anything?
Charlie Dees, North Kansas City HS '08
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charlieDfromNKC wrote:What exactly do you get for winning KMO, if anything?
I believe there is a plaque.
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All the fried Auk you can eat.

And it's soooooo sweet, my friend. Tastes like passenger pigeon.
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Post by jonpin »

jbarnes112358 wrote:Unofficial results:
2nd was a team from NJ (I don't know the name.)

Results posted on KMO site tomorrow
BCA. Way to go, guys!
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Post by Kyle »

charlieDfromNKC wrote:What exactly do you get for winning KMO, if anything?
State champions get plaques, but most people just do it for the sheer aukcitement.

Since it's the weekend now, would somebody who played mind posting the more egregious puns? Thanks!
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Is it appropriate for this section of the forum to say no f-Auking way?
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Post by Kyle »

Probably not.
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Post by Philip Marschall »

charlieDfromNKC wrote:What exactly do you get for winning KMO, if anything?
um...I'm pretty sure you actually get a Pl-auk? I don't know though, that's just what I've heard
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