Talk:Regionals/2015

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Deflated Versions of 2015 Regionals Scores[edit]

All scores divided by 1.05 to account for inflation. Real scores are here: Regionals/2015.

Team Scores[edit]

Gold, silver, and bronze highlights denote the leader from each state.

Rank School State Score
1 Granada Hills Charter High School California 51,706.8
2 El Camino Real Charter High School California 50,879.0
3 Marshall High School California 49,198.7
4 South Pasadena High School California 47,997.6
5 Pearland High School Texas 47,984.4
6 Franklin High School California 47,896.7
7 Friendswood High School Texas 46,502.9
8 Oakwood High School Ohio 46,187.9
9 University High School California 45,627.0
10 Coppell High School Texas 45,549.2
11 Highland Park High School Texas 45,400.9
12 Rockwall-Heath High School Texas 45,239.1
13 Alice High School Texas 44,933.1
14 Canyon del Oro High School Arizona 44,530.4
15 Westlake High School California 44,393.7
16 Garfield High School California 44,229.1
17 Mark Keppel High School California 44,014.8
18 Chaffey High School California 43,861.7
19 West Valley High School California 43,792.4
20 Oak Park High School California 43,476.7
21 Clear Lake High School Texas 43,440.0
22 Nimitz High School Texas 43,394.3
24 Bell High School California 43,376
23 Beverly Hills High School California 43,296.4
25 Elsinore High School California 43,202.9
26 J. Frank Dobie High School Texas 43,099.0
27 Mountain View Mesa High School Arizona 42,912.6
28 Clements High School Texas 42,763.7
29 Hamilton High School California 42,756.0
30 Edgewood High School California 42,731.7
31 Edison High School California 42,713.3
32 James E. Taylor High School Texas 42,598.6

Individual Scores[edit]

Honors[edit]

Rank Student School State Score
1 Irene Lee Granada Hills Charter California 9,010.9
2 Peter Cho Granda Hills Charter California 8,785.7
3 Anne Zhou Clear Lake Texas 8,768.3
4 Ben Drake Edison California 8,757.7
5 Ethan Waldman El Camino Real Charter California 8,754.0
6 Luke Minton El Paso Coronado Texas 8,751.0
7 Ethan Arnold Pearland Texas 8,741.1
8 Kenneth Huh Marshall California 8,690.6
9 Alex Pai Oak Park California 8,690.5
10 Elise Matsusaka South Pasadena California 8,685.0
11 Fernando Sanchez Granada Hills Charter California 8,673.0
12 Fayyaz Ahamed University California 8,656.5
13 Ben Hannel Westlake California 8,641.9
14 Richard Wu Clear Lake Texas 8,618.1
15 Douglas Wu Beverly Hills California 8,614.3
16 Vik Shirvaikar Liberty Texas 8,612.6
17 Leah Stevenson James E. Taylor Texas 8,574.2
18 Shoshana Reich El Camino Real Charter California 8,563.2
19 Raymond Lobaton Marshall California 8,541.9
20 Kelsey Shipman Highland Park Texas 8,525.0
21 Philip Canoza University California 8,512.1
22 Daniel Koh Coppell Texas 8,511.4
23 Camila Hayashi Hamilton California 8,499.0

Scholastic[edit]

Rank Student School State Score
1 Tracy Levick El Camino Real Charter California 8,543.6
2 Natalie Gonzalez Granada Hills Charter California 8,501.3
3 Dmytro Pasikov El Camino Real Charter California 8,452.6
4 Brian Lee Marshall California 8,361.4
5 Jenean Docter Granada Hills Charter California 8,320.4
6 Jasmin Kim Granada Hills Charter California 8,314.6
7 John Dullaghan South Pasadena California 8,299.5
8 Mara Abesamis El Camino Real Charter California 8,160.5
9 Michael Hall Coppell Texas 8,110.6
10 Evan Cypher Indian Hills New Jersey 8,047.1
11 Kyle Butler Rockwall-Heath Texas 8,045.0
12 Robert Cabrera Franklin California 8,036.3
13 Patrick Chea Mark Keppel California 7,931.9
14 Hannah Shows Rockwall-Heath Texas 7,905.4
15 Grant Sturek Omaha Central Nebraska 7,892.0
16 Jacob McIntire Monterey Texas 7,868.4
17 Claudio Franquez Franklin California 7,863.9
18 Micah Gautney Pearland Texas 7,852.2
19 Andrew Pham University California 7,824.0
20 Justin Liu Oak Park California 7,761.2

Varsity[edit]

Rank Student School State Score
1 Tanthai Pongstien Granada Hills Charter California 8,552.3
2 Jorge Zepeda Granada Hills Charter California 8,536.2
3 Jose Apolaya El Camino Real Charter California 8,388.4
4 Zachary Watson Pearland Texas 8,297.0
5 Daniel Venacio Franklin California 8,199.7
6 Sarah Kwon El Camino Real Charter California 8,177.2
7 Gilbert Walker Marshall California 8,143.3
8 Oscar Garcia South Pasadena California 8,083.6
9 Jacob Little J. Frank Dobie Texas 7,834.3
10 Derrick Alvarez Franklin California 7,819.7
11 David Ornelas Marshall California 7,731.0
12 Marcos Ruiz Alice Texas 7,723.4
13 Vanessa Delgadillo Franklin California 7,659.8
14 Alexis Brito El Camino Real Charter California 7,645.5
15 Joseph Nabor Garfield California 7,643.9
16 Brian Rios Garfield California 7,568.9
17 Bruce Perez Marshall California 7,461.0
18 Jacob Chun South Pasadena California 7,450.6
19 Brian Vigen Nimitz Texas 7,384.5
20 Rachel Van Pamel Nimitz Texas 7,350.4
21 Anthony Ordaz Westwood Arizona 7,329.0
22 Matt Welch Canyon del Oro Arizona 7,284.4
23 Stephanie Tomasky Coppell Texas 7,252.7
24 Jeray Terrell King-Drew California 7,243.8
25 Christian Wilson University California 7,236.0
26 Patrick Ralston Richardson Texas 7,222.3
27 Shashwath Murthy Coppell Texas 7,215.7
28 Caleb Yetman Canyon del Oro Arizona 7,215.0
29 Jared Grenfe Red Mountain Arizona 7,175.8
30 Melanie Kunzi James E. Taylor Texas 7,161.2
31 Gabriel Rodriguez Edgewood California 7,113.0
32 Martin Ramirez Canyon del Oro Arizona 7,093.2
33 Ben Hobbs Mountain View Mesa Arizona 7,047.3
34 Matthew Smith Coppell Texas 7,043.5
35 David Barrett Alice Texas 7,030.9
36 Molly Fisher Marcus Texas 6,960.3

Notes[edit]

1. Some states only takes written tests for their Regionals. Their scores have been extrapolated by adding 2,500 points to each individual (15,000 points per team) to account for subjectives.
2. Nebraska regionals has no subjectives (Speech / Interview / Essay) and they replaced the Social Science written test with a collaborative Super Quiz. Individual scores are out of 6,000 points (Art, Economics, Language and Literature, Math, Music, Science). Team scores are out of 42,000 points (the aforementioned six objectives plus Super Quiz). On this page, Nebraska team scores are extrapolated by adding 15,000 points to each team to account for subjectives. Individual scores are extrapolated by scaling the score out of 6,000 to a score out of 7,000 and then adding 2,500 points for subjectives. For example, a Nebraska team that scored 25,000 and a Nebraska honors who scored 4,500 would be listed here as: a Nebraska team that scored 25,000 + 15,000 = 40,000 and a Nebraska honors who scored 4,500 * (7/6) = 5,250 + 2,500 = 7,750.
3. Some states/regions allow alternates to compete, but they do not count as part of the overall team score.
4. Iowa scores extrapolated from 9 events (no Essay).