New England Championship Math Meet
Team Rankings 1987

Large Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Canton, MA113
2Hall, CT83
3Boston Latin, MA82
4Lexington, MA65
4Brookline, MA65
6Chelmsford, MA59
7Ridgefield, CT58
8Simsbury, CT57
9Woonsocket, RI36
10Cumberland, RI35
11Lewiston, ME34

Medium Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Winchester, MA82
2Oxford Hills, ME70
3Concord-Carlisle, MA66
4St. John's, MA65
5BC High, MA57
6E. O. Smith, CT55
7Brunswick, ME52
8Mt. Ararat, ME50
8Burlington, VT50
8Portland, ME50
8South Kingstown, RI50
12East Catholic, CT48
13Middletown, CT46
14Xavier, CT45
15Classical, RI41
16Minnechaug, MA40
17Masconomet, MA39
18Wilton, CT36
19Bristol-Central, CT33
20Choate-Rosemary Hall, CT32
21Medomak, ME25

Small Schools

RankSchoolTotal Points
1Hopkins School, CT53
2Maimonides School, MA52
3Dover-Sherborn, MA49
4Wiscasset, ME45
5Weston, MA42
6Old Rochester, MA39
7Lewis Mills, CT38
8Suffield, CT37
9Deerfield Academy, MA36
10Scarborough, ME34
11North Smithfield, RI32
12Hopkinton, NH28
12Windsor Locks, CT28
14MCI, ME26
15Henniken, NH23
16Lincoln, RI22
17Lee, ME19

[There are errors on the official results sheet, some more prominent than others. e.g., the results show a "Lewis-Mills H. S., Me." when this is almost certainly Lewis S. Mills High School in Connecticut. The 1986 results show medium-sized school Middletown, RI, while the 1987 results show medium-sized school Middletown, CT -- both of which exist, but it seems unlikely that one school would qualify one year and a nearly-identically named school would replace them the next year.]


Note: Small and Medium School scores are comparable, because they are derived from the individual scores of six students and a team round where each question is worth three points. For Large School scores, there are eight students per team and each team round question is worth four points. So, to make the scores across divisions roughly comparable, multiply the Large School scores by 3/4.