A team from Plymouth High School won the 29th annual Lakeland University Michael J. Devaney High School Math Meet, held in October at Lakeland.
The Plymouth team topped a field that included 30 teams from 10 local high schools and 204 students.
Members of the winning Plymouth team included seniors Alex Heun, Derek Holec and Michael Tronka; juniors Jacob Ashworth, Kyle Kraus and Dallas Kreisa; and freshmen Reed Gahagan and Matt Sheridan.
Second place went to Team No. 1 from Kohler High School and third place went to Team No. 1 from Sheboygan North High School. Teams from Cedar Grove-Belgium and Howards Grove placed fourth with a tie, and North Team No. 2 placed sixth.
Other schools entered included Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Oostburg, Sheboygan County Christian, Sheboygan Falls and Sheboygan South.
Michael Tronka won a gold medal for the top individual score of 22 out of a possible 40 points. Tied for second place were Ethan Plenske from Sheboygan Falls, Kyle Kraus and Dallas Kreisa from Plymouth with 21. Fifth place went to Harshal Kanade from Kohler with 20. Tied for sixth place were Jack Yang from North, Jack Baldwin from Howards Grove and Aleah Roeber from Kohler with 19. Ninth place went to George Palof from Kohler with 18.
Honorable Mention awards went to 13 students: Luke Gotwald and Jackson Pond from North, Dustin Eilers from Howards Grove, Ansel Olsen and Alex Oty from Plymouth, Noah Bartelt, Ella Reinemann, James Vollmer and Ben Weiss from North, Ashley Thyes from Kohler, Joe Wilsnack from Cedar Grove-Belgium and Jacob Ashworth and Reed Gahagan from Plymouth.