This match is very similar to this 1 vs. 0 from the 2008 Waterloo Regional, except at Waterloo the alliance with the working robot was able to (barely) win, while the match you found has the two non-functioning robots winning.
If you ever hear someone bemoaning the Kit of Parts drivetrain, show them this video.
A few things to keep in mind:
Real-time scoring back then was hardly official. Referees would count after each match.
Looking at SC8 (PDF link), the stack itself had no point value–it was simply your multiplier. We see in the video that the red alliance built a stack of 7, then left one beside it. 17=7. The blue alliance builds a stack of 5 in their scoring zone, but toss the remainder on the gray carpet that doesn’t score. 05=0.
Zero is an accurate score for that match. You got points equal to your tallest stack, multiplied by the number of scored totes not in that tallest stack. They only had a stack of 5 with no loose totes, so 5 * 0 = 0.
Which means, that 7 points is the lowest, non-zero score you can get with 8 legally scored totes. Welcome to 2003 everyone!
We never get to see what stacks the HPs set up on the blue side of the field. I’m guessing it’s either a single stack of 5, or 5 stacks of 1, either of which would give (if I’m reading the scoring rules correctly) a score of zero. Red’s score is based on the multiplier stack being 7 and there being one stack of 1, 7 x 1 = 7 + 0 (opponent’s score) = 7.