Science Bowl

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The National Science Bowl (known to its members as DOE) is a science competition like no other.

Format

The Lexington High School science bowl teams meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3pm to 5pm in Room 416.


LHS participation

Lexington High School has enjoyed many successes in Science Bowl.

National Competitions

2019

LHS was undefeated in RR, but lost the first two games of DE to NCSSM and University HS, thus placing 13th-16th.

2018

LHS won, undefeated in the finals, against NOHO![1] Josh and James Park moved to Ardsley, and they brought their new-formed team to a 3rd place finish!

Catherine Wang and Joshua Park receive the first place trophy after their team won the final round of the 2017 competition.

2017

LHS won, undefeated in the finals, against TJHSST![2]

2016

LHS got 4th place.

2015

LHS got 5th place.

2014

LHS didn't make double elimination.

2013

LHS got 3rd place.

2012

LHS won, defeating NOHO in the finals.[3]

2011

LHS got 9th-12th.

2010

LHS got 13th-16th.

2009

LHS got 2nd place, losing to Mira Loma High School in the finals.[4]

2008

LHS got 7th place.

2005

LHS didn't make double elimination.

2003

LHS won the Civility Award, but didn't make double elimination.

2001

LHS didn't make double elimination.

1994

LHS got 22nd place.[5]

Regional Competitions

Northeast Super Regional Science Bowl (UCONN)

In 2019, LHS got 1st and 2nd place in the northern division and won the "Civil War" match against Greenwich High School. The B team defeated the A team in the finals. In the wildcard division, LHS C and D got 1st and 2nd place.

In 2018, LHS got 1st and 2nd place in the northern division and won the "Civil War" match against Greenwich High School. In the wildcard division, LHS C and D got 1st and 2nd place.

In 2017, LHS got 1st and 2nd place in the northern division and won the "Civil War" match against E.O. Smith High School. In the wildcard division, LHS D got 1st place.

In 2016, LHS got 1st and 3rd place in the northern division and won the "Civil War" match against E.O. Smith High School. In the wildcard division, LHS C got 1st place.

In 2015, LHS got 1st and 4th place in the northern division but lost the "Civil War" match against E.O. Smith High School. In the wildcard division, LHS C got 1st place.

In 2014, LHS got 1st and 4th place in the northern division, and won the "Civil War" match against E.O. Smith High School.

In 2013, LHS got 1st and 2nd place in the northern division, but lost the "Civil War" match against Hunter College High School. In the wildcard division, LHS C and D got 1st and 3rd place.

UMass Lowell Northeast Regional Science Bowl

In 2012, LHS got 1st and 2nd place.

In 2011 LHS got 1st and 2nd place. The B team with then-freshman Jonathan Tidor prevailed over the A team in the finals.

In 2010, LHS got 1st and 3rd place.[6]

Boston University Regional Science Bowl

In 2009, LHS won.

In 2008, LHS won.[7]

In 2007, LHS tied for 3rd place.[8]

In 2006, LHS got 3rd place.[9]

University of Southern Maine Science Bowl

In 2005, LHS won.

In 2003, LHS won.

In 2001, LHS won.

New England Science Bowl (Brown)

In 2000, LHS B got 2nd place, losing to Newton North High School. LHS A got 11th.[10]

In 1999, LHS got 2nd place, losing to Newton North High School.[11]

UMass Lowell Northern New England Regional Science Bowl

In 1997, LHS won.

New England Regional Science Bowl (MIT)

In 1994, LHS got 2nd place, losing to Newton North High School in the finals.[12]

In 1993, LHS won.[5]

Clarke and Diamond participation

Regional Competitions

Northeast Regional Middle School Science Bowl (MIT)

In 2019, Clarke got 1st and 3rd place. Diamond got 2nd place.

In 2018, Clarke got 1st and 3rd place.

In 2017, Clarke got 1st and 3rd place. The B team defeated the A team in the semifinals.

In 2016, Clarke won.


National Competitions

In 2019, Clarke won, defeating Joaquin Miller Middle School in the finals![13]

In 2018, Clarke got 9th-12th.

In 2017, Clarke didn't make double elimination.

In 2016, Clarke got 3rd place.

In 2014, future LHS competitor Snigdha Allaparthi's Greater Boston Science & Math team won.

In 2013, Clarke got 13th-16th.

In 2009, Clarke got 2nd place, losing to Hopkins Junior High School in the finals.[4]