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Nationwide poll results 
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I thought perhaps at least the teams that went to HSNCT, and maybe someone else, would be interested in seeing the nationwide final season-ending poll results. I hope if nothing else, then that this may inspire some people to work to get on this list next year, because right now NKC in 07 and 08 is the only team from Missouri to ever rank in the top 25 poll.
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Congratulations to the Charter School of Wilmington for finishing the 2008-09 season as the #1 team in the country. With 21 ballots received from various members of the high school quiz bowl community, Charter received 17 first place votes after finishing first at both the NAQT HSNCT and PACE NSC.

State College Area High School finished second, with Paul M. Dorman High School third.

Complete results are as follows:

1. Wilmington Charter, 519 points, 17 first place votes, lowest place: 3rd
2. State College, 503 points, 2 first place votes, lowest place: 3rd
3. Dorman, 461 points, 2 first place votes, lowest place: 8th
4. Maggie Walker, 458 points, highest place:2nd, lowest place: 5th
5. Georgetown Day School, 457 points, highest place: 3rd, lowest place: 6th

6. Hunter, 429 points, highest place: 4th, lowest place: 8th
7. Walter Johnson, 393 points, highest place: 7th, lowest place: 9th
8. Rancho Bernardo, 350 points, highest place: 7th, lowest place: 14th
9. Detroit Catholic Central, 339 points, highest place: 6th, lowest place: 15th
10. Stow-Munroe, 305 points, highest place: 6th, lowest place: 23rd

11. Chattahoochee, 257 points, highest place: 6th, lowest place: 21st
12. Detroit Country Day, 249 points, highest place: 7th, lowest place: 24th
13. Thomas Jefferson, 231 points, highest place: 10th, lowest place: 21st, appeared on 19 of 21 ballots
14. Chaska, 230 points, highest place: 11th, lowest place: 22nd
15. Rockford Auburn, 229 points, highest place: 9th, lowest place: 25th

16. Walton, 188 points, highest place: 10th, lowest place: 25th, appeared on 19 of 21 ballots
17. James Monroe, 186 points, highest place: 11th, lowest place: 24th, appeared on 20 of 21 ballots
18. Gonzaga, 185 points, highest place: 10th, lowest place: 22nd, appeared on 20 of 21 ballots
19. Brookwood, 180 points, highest place: 12th, lowest place: 25th, appeared on 20 of 21 ballots
20. Southside, 109 points, highest place: 13th, lowest place: 25th, appeared on 13 of 21 ballots

21. Walt Whitman, 108 points, highest place: 14th, lowest place: 25th, appeared on 19 of 21 ballots
22. New Trier, 88 points, highest place: 13th, lowest place: 25th, appeared on 16 of 21 ballots
23. LASA, 72 points, highest place: 12th, lowest place: 25th, appeared on 12 of 21 ballots
24. Mission San Jose, 50 points, highest place: 16th, lowest place: 24th, appeared on 9 of 21 ballots
25. Bergen County, 48 points, highest place: 16th, lowest place: 25th, appeared on 12 of 21 ballots

Also receiving votes: Carbondale, 46 points; Dorman B, 38 points; Hoover, 27 points; Torrey Pines, 20 points; Hunter B, 12 points; State College B, 9 points; Ransom Everglades, 9 points; Dunbar, 8 points; Grosse Point North, 7 points; Walnut Hills, 7 points; Eden Prairie, 6 points; Johnson Central, 4 points; Kellenberg, 3 points; Raleigh Charter, 3 points; Ottawa Hills, 1 point; Arcadia, 1 point


Sat Jun 20, 2009 2:32 am
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I can't imagine anyone ranking Stow-Munroe 23rd, that Ike Jose guy is a genius.


<div class="editby">Edited by <a href='http://s4.zetaboards.com/Academic_Competition/profile/3005473/'>WillHack</a>, Jun 20 2009, 08:45:47 AM.</div>


Sat Jun 20, 2009 7:45 am
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While I have no idea if he's a genius, I will certainly agree that Ike deserves much more credit than that, and that when I looked up the particular ballot, it was from a Mission San Jose player, which is a team from the intensely insular Bay area circuit so chances are he never saw any of the PACE, ACF nationals, or other results for Ike.


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