Due to my first post lacking basically everything I decided to rewrite my question.
Alright, so I'm making this spigot server for a local tournament I'm responsible for. The tournament takes place in a library, where kids from 9-14 must physically meet up to participate. It's also more than just Minecraft to be competed in. Last year, when we had the our first tournament, over 100 kids participated. To make it easy, smooth and fast to join in on my Minecraft competition I had 8 computers with 8 accounts already logged in and ready to play on.
The server will run a plugin called "Color Shuffle". The plugin adds 1 XP lvl for each round you survive, so therefore I used commands to hook up current XP level to the scoreboard.
The way I did this uses a set of command blocks for each level and each of the 8 players. (yes its way overcomplicated, but it worked) It worked like this; [CommandBlock]
/testfor @a[l=22,lm=22,name=StormenGaming01] -> comparator -> [CommandBlock]
/scoreboard players set StormenGaming01 Scoreboard 22
Since there are new players for each round, and over 100 players during the whole tournament, it takes time and is stressful to note down each players score, before I need to reset the scoreboard and start a new round.
My question is; Is there any way for me to save each round's scoreboard, perhaps even inserting it into a excel sheet?
Also, any improvements on my code are welcomed.