Buffalo Region MasterMinds

Date: Tuesday, October 24, 2017 – Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Location: Daemen College (Amherst, NY)
Sponsor: CYPRAS, Inc. (Rochester, NY)
Scoring Rules: NAQT

Varsity Division (IS-169A, IS-173A, and IS-175A) Jump to the Junior Varsity Division

#L1L2L3L4L5TeamW–L%Points
1AB 2CD Nichols School16–480.0%5010
2A 1D Williamsville East15–383.3%4450
3A 1E Orchard Park13–381.2%3445
4AB 2FG Olmsted10–662.5%2280
5A 1H St. Joseph's Collegiate14–382.4%4475
5A 3 Amherst Central8–850.0%2775
7A 3 Williamsville North10–662.5%2760
7A 4 Kenmore West7–943.8%1930
9 1F Starpoint Central13–286.7%3260
9 2H Lewiston-Porter9–660.0%2410
9 3 Iroquois8–753.3%2150
9 2I Lake Shore7–750.0%1390
13 1I City Honors12–285.7%2500
13J 3K Cleveland Hill7–750.0%1365
15J 2EL East Aurora8–466.7%1660
16 5 Grand Island5–741.7%1480
17 4 Sweet Home4–833.3%1010
18 3 Canisius4–833.3%970
19J 5M Medina3–925.0%950
20 4G Cardinal O'Hara3–925.0%775
21 5 Christian Central3–925.0%750
22 4K Depew3–925.0%695
23 4 West Seneca East2–1016.7%865
24 5 West Seneca West2–1016.7%805
25 6 Kenmore East1–118.3%825
26 5 Cheektowaga Central1–118.3%705
27 6 Lancaster1–118.3%420

The highlighted teams marked with ‘A’ qualified for the 2018 High School National Championship Tournament.

The highlighted teams marked with ‘B’ qualified for the 2018 Small School National Championship Tournament (Open Division).

The highlighted team marked with ‘C’ qualified for the 2018 Small School National Championship Tournament (Open Division) via the L1 ranking.

The highlighted teams marked with ‘D’ qualified for the 2018 High School National Championship Tournament via the L1 ranking.

The highlighted teams marked with ‘E’ qualified for the 2018 High School National Championship Tournament via the L5 ranking.

The highlighted teams marked with ‘F’ qualified for the 2018 High School National Championship Tournament via the L2 ranking.

The highlighted teams marked with ‘G’ qualified for the 2018 Small School National Championship Tournament (Open Division) via the L2 ranking.

The highlighted teams marked with ‘H’ qualified for the 2018 High School National Championship Tournament via the L3 ranking.

The highlighted teams marked with ‘I’ qualified for the 2018 High School National Championship Tournament via the L4 ranking.

The highlighted teams marked with ‘J’ qualified for the 2018 Small School National Championship Tournament (Traditional Public Schools Division).

The highlighted teams marked with ‘K’ qualified for the 2018 Small School National Championship Tournament (Traditional Public Schools Division) via the L4 ranking.

The highlighted team marked with ‘L’ qualified for the 2018 Small School National Championship Tournament (Traditional Public Schools Division) via the L5 ranking.

The highlighted team marked with ‘M’ qualified for the 2018 Small School National Championship Tournament (Traditional Public Schools Division) via the L1 ranking.

Junior Varsity Division (IS-169A, IS-173A, and IS-175A) Jump to the Varsity Division

#L1L2L3L4L5TeamW–L%Points
1 1 City Honors12–0100.0%2295
2 1 Kenmore East11–191.7%1935
3 1 Orchard Park10–283.3%1460
4 1 Olmsted9–281.8%1285
5 1 Williamsville East7–277.8%1060
6 2 Amherst Central8–466.7%1695
7 2 Medina B8–466.7%1000
8 2 Iroquois7–558.3%1400
9 2 Canisius B5–550.0%1030
10 3 Lewiston-Porter6–650.0%1075
11 3 East Aurora6–650.0%1055
12 3 Medina A6–650.0%685
13 2 Cleveland Hill5–645.5%525
14 3 Canisius A4–544.4%905
15 4 West Seneca West5–741.7%810
16 3 Lake Shore5–741.7%800
17 4 Grand Island3–925.0%1035
18 4 Starpoint Central2–820.0%370
19 5 St. Joseph's Collegiate2–1016.7%700
20 5 West Seneca East2–1016.7%470
21 4 Lancaster1–109.1%405
22 4 Depew0–90.0%260

Explanation of Statistics

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