When East Meets West: Scoring The DVGTCA vs. TSTCA As A Girls' Dual Meet

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Which side of the state would reign supreme in a girls' dual meet? The East or the West? Associations championship meets are coming up this weekend and it's a good chance to see which end of the state, the east or the west, is stronger overall so far this season. Teams in the east compete in the DVGTCA, while teams out west compete in the TSTCA.

We used performances from those association meets (no other invitationals were used) and scored it like a dual meet through the top ten (first place = 10 points, second place = 9 points, etc.) to determine which side of the state has the upper hand!

Note: The DVGTCA competes at Lehigh University and Haverford College, both of which are 200-meter flat indoor tracks. The TSTCA competes at Edinboro University's oversized indoor track, which is longer than 200 meters. The DVGTCA competed in seven regular season meets, and the TSTCA held three meets.

Check out our findings in the links below:

Event-by-Event Scoring

Final Scores