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Results

Region VII Tournament Results

Results from regional tournaments are available through the links below.  ALL SCORES ARE TENTATIVE until confirmed by State Science Olympiad. 

Results are compiled using a point system based on the number of teams that participated in a division that particular year.  First place receives one (1) point, second place receives two (2) points, and so on in ascending order until the maximum participation points for that year have been reached. Teams which did not participate in a given event receive one point more than the total number of teams participating.  Placement is determined by lowest score - the team with the lowest score receives the highest placement. 

NOTE: Scores from 2012 and earlier must be downloaded as an *.mht format file; they are not available in PDF format.

Year Scoring System Points B Division C Division
2017 B Division: 26
C Division: 20
Scores Scores
2016 B Division: 24
C Division: 19
Scores Scores
2015 B Division: 29
C Division: 24
Scores Scores
2014 B Division: 26
C Division: 20
Scores Scores
2013 B Division: 27
C Division:18
Scores Scores
2012 B Division: 29
C Division: 24
Scores Scores
2011 B Division: 29
C Division: 24
Scores Scores
2010 B Division: 26
C Division: 21
Scores Scores
2009 B Division: 26
C Division: 21
Scores Scores
2008 B Division: 31
C Division: 24
Scores Scores

State Science Olympiad regulations prohibit more than one team from the same school competing in the State Science Olympiad tournament. If more than one team from the same school qualified for State competition, the team with the highest ranking is awarded the opportunity to proceed to state level.  This allows the greatest number of schools to participate.  If you have any questions regarding your team's placement, please contact the Regional Direction, Ben Dalton.

Contact Information

Ben Dalton
Region VII Director
BDalton@missouristate.edu
417-836-3185

Want to Contribute?

The Region VII Science Olympiad tournament operates primarily on a small donation from the College of Natural and Applied Sciences at Missouri State University.

If you would like to support the young minds in your area by contributing donations through the Missouri State University Foundation, please contact Ben Dalton for more information.




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