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A team of students from Horace Mann Middle School topped a field of 278 students from 11 schools to win the 23rd annual Michael J. Devaney Lakeland College Middle School Math Meet, held Monday night at Lakeland.
Members of the winning team included eighth-graders Preston Pond, Zachari Schroeder and Hannah Redlich; seventh graders Julia Henke, Juliet Chang, Seamus Kennedy and Erin Konter; and sixth-grader Ian Zempel. The team finished with a total of 217 of 380 possible points.
Students compete in teams of eight, first working individually on four sets of four problems, then as a team on the last six exercises.
In second place was Howards Grove team No. 1 with 205 points, and in third place was Urban No. 1 with 204 points. The next three places went to Cedar Grove-Belgium No. 1, Farnsworth No. 3 and Lake Country Academy No. 1.
The individual winner was Horace Mann eighth-grader Preston Pond with a score of 39 out of 40. In second place, with a score of 36, was seventh-grader Jack Baldwin from Howards Grove. Third went to eighth-grader Sam Butzen from Urban.
Rounding out the top seven scorers were eighth-graders Blake DeSwarte from Cedar Grove Belgium, Katie English from Seton Catholic, Reese Sarnowski from Urban and Ethan Traas from Urban.
Honorable mention honors were to Carl Pickhardt and Ella Reinemann from Urban; Sierra Thein from Oostburg; Tre’ Johnson, Chase Williams and Dustin Eilers from Howards Grove; Stephen Lavey from Cedar Grove-Belgium; and Augie Rice from Lake Country Academy.
The top sixth-grade score came from Garrett Scapellato from Farnsworth.
Other schools participating in the meet were Oostburg Christian, Sheboygan Christian and Sheboygan Leadership Academy.
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