A team from Sheboygan North High School won the 24rd annual Lakeland College Michael J. Devaney Math Meet, held Oct. 21 at Lakeland. It’s the fourth straight title for a team from North, and their 17th title in the last 18 years.
Members of the winning North team were seniors Samuel Wang, Jonathan Cook, Molly Knoedler and Trenton Sarnowski; juniors Morgan Ross and Claire Andreasen; sophomore Angelica Drees; and freshman Brooklyn Landgraf.
Second place went to team No. 1 from Kohler and third place went to Sheboygan County Christian team No. 1 and North No. 2. Teams from Plymouth and South placed fifth and sixth, respectively, among the 35 teams entered.
Cedar Grove-Belgium, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah and Howards Grove also had teams in the competition, which included 262 students.
Wang from North won a medal for the top individual score with 36 out of a possible 40 points. Second place went to Yuxiang Zi from Kohler with a score of 35. Tied for third with a score of 30 were Sarnowski, Ross and Gabby Tauscher, all from North. Tied for sixth place with a score of 29 were John and Nick Cook from North and Cooper Ebbott from Plymouth. Ninth place went to Nathan Waniorek from Kohler with a score of 27. Tenth place went to Nick Steenwyk from Sheboygan County Christian.
Nine other students won honorable mention awards: Matt Seider from Sheboygan County Christian, Knoedler, Andrew Suscha and John Masse from North, Logan Wright and Andrew Grose from Kohler, Sean Reinemann from South and Haley Olson and Matt Primozic from Plymouth.