[TRC-Events] Dark Mark results

Teresa Stefanisko teresa at stefanisko.net
Wed Dec 7 22:57:56 PST 2005


3 December 2005
Lord Voldermort and the Return of the Dark Mark Results

The maximum possible score is 1000.

Classes:  M = Master, E = Expert, S = Senior,
          N = Novice, B = Beginner

Place:    T = Trophied, X = Won NCSCC Christmas Tree award
          t = Won tie breaker

C P   C    P
l l   a    o
a a   r    i
s c        n
s e   #    t
           s   Driver (Club)          Navigator (Club)
---------------------------------------------------------------
FT 1T 21  710  Luigi Oppido           Nicola Beatts
FT 2T 10  670  Cheryl Cowan           Beth Reames

B 1T  19  860  Norma Jenks            Mike Jenks
B 2T  17  790  Tony Trebaol           Cecelia Musicant
B 3T  20  770  Rhonda Jenkins (TRC)   Teri Wanek & Nancy Hickey
B 4   23  720  Dave Jenks             Daniel Tredway
B 5   16  580  John Miller (TRC)      Normce Reiman

N 1T  11  920- Michael Walling (TRC)  Charity Jelincie (TRC)
N 2Tt 9   860  Neal Kinney (TRC)      Gary Watson (TRC)
               Passenger: Carolyn Kinney
N 3T  2   860  Kim Anderson (TRC)     Jean Talburt (TRC)
               Passenger: Cory Anderson
N 4   8   850  Dave Thistlethwaite (TRC) Carol Thistlethwaite (TRC)

S 1T  18  960  Greg Wong (TRC)        Karen Cate
S 2T  12  940  Bob Cunningham (TRC)   Christy Cunningham
S 3   3t  900  Dave Moen (TRC)        Keith Anderson (TRC)
S 4   4   900  Jerry Sotirhos (TRC)   Penelope Martell
               Passengers: Marilyn Sotirhos, Daniel Sotirhos
S 5   22t 870  Trevor Graham (TRC)    Kim Graham
S 6   15  870  Dean Stanton           George Rogers

E 1T  1   960  Jenny Stave (TRC)       Wayne Stilwell (TRC)
E 2T  14  940  Steve Watt (TRC)        Nancy Hanna (TRC)

M 1TX 6  1000+ John Mirassou (TRC)     Sandra Powers (TRC)
M 2   13  990  Darin McGrew (TRC)      Michelle McGrew (TRC)
               Passenger: Woof
M 3   7   950+ Cris Wendt (TRC)        Bill Jonesi (TRC)
M 4   5   910  Ala Blazick (DSCA)      Lee Medeiros (TRC)


+ Protest Honored
- Protest Denied

* All cars that had J or DD but didn't have W were given credit for W
because the placement wasn't the best.

Thanks to:
  * Abby Grossman, Beth Riggs, Adam Riggs, & Brian Underwood for
    prechecking and working in the cold
  * Thank you to Abby's friend Ellen for coming out and helping with the CP.
  * Larry Freidich for prechecking
  * Steve Watt & Nancy Hanna - for a once again flawless registration
    process
  * The Protest Committee for their wisdom.

Rallyemaster's Comments:
  We would like to thank everyone who ran the rallye.  We hope everyone
  enjoyed running it as much as we enjoyed writing it.  Now that this
  rallye is done we are finishing the work on our rallyes for 2006.
  The next rallye you can enjoy from the Stefanisko's will be April 1st
  South Park April Fool's Day.  This will be a fun drive around
  Sunnyvale trying to catch the 4 boys from South Park who are out
  playing tricks and cutting school.

A special congratulations to John Mirassou and Sandra Powers for being
the 1st car to ever get a perfect score on one of our rallyes. Also it
should be noted that 1st and 2nd place Seniors, had the same score as
1st and 2nd place Experts. Expert class has grown a bit thin lately. If
you are a Senior, and you are consistently scoring in the Expert range;
please consider moving up. Being an Expert is more fun when there is
competition in the class.

If you are a Senior or an Expert, please consider writing a rallye. The
Rallyemasters are more than happy to mentor you through the process.
Even if you feel you have no creative brain cells, you can still be a
Rallyemaster. TRC has archives going back over 30 years. You can use
one of these old rallyes as the basis of a new rallye by changing the T
or AT rule or by simply verifying that the route still works. Signs,
signals, and even the roads themselves can change over the course of a
quarter century. Such events allow old rallyes to become new again, but
they need a Rallyemaster to bring them to life. Let that Rallyemaster
be you.

It was very interesting to see which gimmicks many of you had
difficulties with and the ones the majority caught.  Some of the areas
people got caught up in were:

1: Considering gimmicks while on an SI.
Not as many as on our other rallyes, but there were still some who
applied gimmicks to SIs and got some impossible combos because of it.
It is important to remember when you are on an SI, the rallye stops for
just a few minutes and you don't need to think, just do.

2: "The" word following AT
We always have 1 gimmick in our rallyes that we think most people will
get and usually the opposite happens, of course this rallye was no
different.  The gimmick that tripped up the most cars was the AT rule.
THE word following at had to be on the sign, extra words didn't matter.
This gimmick might just need to make an appearance at a future
Stefanisko rallye to give everyone a 2nd try at it.

3: Not getting the OC CMs.
The locations where listed in the GIs. One would expect that everyone
would be looking for them and find them.

We were very happy to see that only a few of you ended up in Knockturn
Alley instead of Diagon Alley and that all but 1 car remembered to get
the caldron.

How did you stack up? Below is a break down of the average score by
class and the number of cars in each class that had each CM/CP on their
scoresheet.

          1st Timer Beginner Novice   Senior   Expert   Master   Over All
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
AVG SCORE 690       744      873      907      950      963      860

CM        1st Timer Beginner Novice   Senior   Expert   Master   Over All
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
H1{10}    2(100%)   5(100%)  4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  23(100%)
UU3{20}   0         1(20%)   2(50%)   3(50%)   2(100%)  3(80%)   11(48%)
BB45{10}  2(100%)   3(60%)   4(100%)  5(83%)   2(100%)  4(100%)  20(87%)
B15{10}   1(50%)    4(80%)   4(100%)  5(83%)   2(100%)  4(100%)  20(87%)
HH39{10}  0         2(40%)   4(100%)  5(83%)   2(100%)  4(100%)  17(74%)
XX46{10}  0         1(20%)   0        0        0        0         1(4%)
K3{10}    1(50%)    2(40%)   3(75%)   5(83%)   2(100%)  4(100%)  17(74%)
P20{10}   1(50%)    0        0        0        0        0         1(4%)
G23{20}   2(100%)   4(80%)   4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  22(96%)
GG19{10}  2(100%)   4(80%)   4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  22(96%)
AA16{10}  2(100%)   3(60%)   4(100%)  5(83%)   2(100%)  4(100%)  20(87%)
L8{10}    0         1(20%)   3(75%)   4(67%)   2(100%)  4(100%)  14(61%)
V49{10}   1(50%)    1(20%)   4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  18(78%)
I43{10}   1(50%)    3(60%)   4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  20(87%)
C29{10}   0         1(20%)   0        2(33%)   2(100%)  4(100%)   9(39%)
W16{10}   1(50%)    0        2(50%)   1(17%)   2(100%)  1(40%)    7(30%)
DD49{20}  1(50%)    0        0        1(17%)   0        1(25%)    3(13%)
J41{30}   0         1(20%)   4(100%)  5(83%)   1(50%)   2(50%)   13(57%)
MM13{10}  0         1(20%)   1(25%)   0        1(50%)   1(25%)    4(17%)
LL45{10}  1(50%)    4(80%)   4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  21(91%)
QQ6{10}   0         0        1(25%)   0        0        1(25%)    2(9%)
JJ14{20}  0         1(20%)   3(75%)   5(83%)   2(100%)  4(100%)  14(61%)
Q40{10}   0         1(20%)   2(50%)   3(50%)   0        3(75%)    9(39%)
A49{10}   0         3(60%)   2(50%)   6(100%)  1(50%)   4(100%)  16(70%)
KK10{10}  1(50%)    1(20%)   0        0        0        0         2(9%)
SS49{20}  1(50%)    4(80%)   4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  21(91%)
F15{10}   0         1(20%)   0        0        0        0         1(4%)
E30{20}   1(50%)    2(40%)   3(75%)   5(83%)   2(100%)  4(100%)  17(74%)
EE45{10}  2(100%)   5(100%)  4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  23(100%)
NN17{10}  1(50%)    1(20%)   4(100%)  5(83%)   2(100%)  4(100%)  17(74%)
VV31{-10} 2(100%)   2(40%)   1(25%)   1(17%)   0        0         6(26%)
R31{10}   0         3(60%)   2(50%)   5(83%)   2(100%)  4(100%)  16(70%)
O48{10}   2(100%)   5(100%)  4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  23(100%)
M49{10}   1(50%)    4(80%)   3(75%)   6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  20(87%)
DA1{470}  2(100%)   5(100%)  4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  23(100%)
DA2{10}   2(100%)   3(60%)   4(100%)  5(83%)   2(100%)  4(100%)  20(87%)
DA3{10}   2(100%)   5(100%)  4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  23(100%)
DA4{10}   2(100%)   4(80%)   4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  22(96%)
DA5{10}   2(100%)   3(60%)   4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  21(91%)
RR13{10}  1(50%)    2(40%)   2(50%)   6(100%)  2(100%)  3(75%)   17(74%)
Y38{10}   2(100%)   4(80%)   4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  3(75%)   22(96%)
Z49{-10}  1(50%)    3(60%)   0        1(17%)   0        1(25%)    6(26%)
N28{10}   0         0        1(25%)   0        0        0         1(4%)
ZZ24{20}  0         1(20%)   0        0        0        0         1(4%)
PP37{30}  0         0        0        1(17%)   1(50%)   4(100%)   6(26%)
T33{10}   2(100%)   4(80%)   4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  22(96%)
CC16{10}  2(100%)   4(80%)   4(100%)  5(83%)   2(100%)  3(75%)   20(87%)
U10{10}   0         3(60%)   4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  19(83%)
S10{10}   2(100%)   4(80%)   4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  4(100%)  22(96%)
II14{-10} 2(100%)   4(80%)   3(75%)   6(100%)  2(100%)  1(25%)   18(78%)
YY3{20}   0         1(20%)   3(75%)   5(83%)   2(100%)  4(100%)  15(65%)
FF44{10}  0         0        1(25%)   0        0        0         1(4%)
WW26{10}  1(50%)    3(60%)   4(100%)  6(100%)  2(100%)  3(75%)   19(83%)
X9{10}    0         0        0        0        0        0         0(0%)
TT25{20}  0         3(60%)   1(25%)   1(17%)   0        0         5(22%)
OO35{30}  0         3(60%)   0        0        0        1(25%)    4(17%)
D12{40}   1(50%)    1(20%)   3(75%)   5(83%)   2(100%)  3(75%)   15(65%)
DA13{-10} 2(100%)   0        2(50%)   0        0        0         4(17%)



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