Sheboygan North, Cedar Grove-Belgium win LU Math Meets
A team from Sheboygan North High School topped a field of 202 students and 29 teams from 11 schools this fall to win the 32nd annual Lakeland University Michael J. Devaney High School Math Meet.
Students compete in teams of up to eight, at first working individually on four sets of four problems each, and then as a team on the last six exercises.
This year’s first place team, with a score of 203 out of 380 possible points, was Sheboygan North High School Team #1. Members of the winning North team were seniors Harin Brahmbhatt, Dylan Dettloff, Evangeline Joyce, and Julia Tipple; juniors Jack Little and George Phillips; sophomore Flynn Opel; and freshman Mason Pond.
Second place went to Team #1 from Plymouth High School with a score of 193 out of 380 points, and third place went to Team #1 from Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School with a score of 187 out of 380 points.
Other schools attending the competition, which is the state’s largest math meet, were Cedar Grove-Belgium, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Etude, Howards Grove, Kohler, Sheboygan Lutheran, Sheboygan South and Winnebago Lutheran Academy.
A group of 12 students earned All-Star awards. In first place was Nick Shircel (Plymouth), earning a score of 32 out of the maximum 40 points. Tristan Olsen (Cedar Grove-Belgium) and Chaz Hoell (Kohler) tied for second place with a score of 30. Tied for fourth place with a score of 29 points were Ethen Heder (Kettle Moraine Lutheran), Ethan Rodell (Kettle Moraine Lutheran) and Dylan Dettloff (Sheboygan North).
Harin Brahmbhatt (Sheboygan North) and Jordan Culp (Sheboygan South) tied for seventh place with a score of 26. In ninth place was Jeff Koepke (Kettle Moraine Lutheran) with a score of 25. Three students tied for 10th by scoring 24 out of 30: Julia Tipple (Sheboygan North), Erynn Kletzien (Plymouth) and Marco Troka (Plymouth).
A group of 12 students won Honorable Mention awards: John Koepke (Kettle Moraine Lutheran), Kyra Schopper (Kettle Moraine Lutheran), Peter Ma (Kettle Moraine Lutheran), Aiden Blomwillis (Sheboygan South), Jack Hasenstein (Sheboygan Lutheran), Cleo Bocchi (Kohler), Evangeline Joyce (Sheboygan North), Jake Leismer (Sheboygan North), Carson Schwartz (Plymouth), Aidan Mellesmoen (Cedar Grove-Belgium), Ilse Scherwinski (Kettle Moraine Lutheran) and George Phillips (Sheboygan North).
A team from Cedar Grove-Belgium School won the 13th annual Michael J. Devaney Lakeland University Middle School Math Meet. The field included 237 students on 33 teams from 13 schools.
Students compete in teams of eight, at first working individually on four sets of four problems each, and then as a team on the last six exercises.
The winning Cedar Grove-Belgium Team #1 had a score of 249 points out of a possible 380 points. Team members were eighth graders Eli Brill, Karl Engevold, Alex Geib and Parker Held; seventh graders Rome Miller and Cameron Prinsen; and sixth graders Natalie Bruggink and Grace Huenink. In second place was Kohler Team #1 with 246 points, and in third place was Howards Grove Team #2 with 233 points.
Other teams came from Ashwaubenon Parkview, Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, Lake Country Academy, Oostburg, Oostburg Christian, Plymouth Riverview, Sheboygan Farnsworth, Sheboygan Horace Mann, Sheboygan Leadership Academy and Sheboygan Urban.
All-Star status was earned by 14 students earned All Star status. The overall individual winners, with a perfect score of 40 out of 40, were Ishi Chang (Sheboygan Horace Mann), Oscar Gumm (Kohler) and Jeff Zhang (Kohler).
In fourth place was Thomas McNicoll (Ashwaubenon Parkview) with a score of 39. In fifth place was Michael Rowell (Ashwaubenon Parkview) with a score of 37. Sam Glynn (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah) came in sixth place with a score of 33. Tied for seventh place were Conrad Orth (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah), Kyle Taber (Howards Grove) and James Danhof (Lake Country Academy) with scores of 32 points. Tied for 10th place Eli Brill (Cedar Grove-Belgium), Truman Pond (Lake Country Academy) and Kyle Bierman (Sheboygan Leadership Academy) with scores of 31. With scores of 30, Karl Engevold (Cedar Grove-Belgium) and Cameron Prinsen (Cedar Grove-Belgium) tied for 13th place.
Honorable mention awards went to 11 students: Anders Stifle (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah), Lexie Weiss (Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah), Claire Pritzl (Howards Grove), Liam Huhn (Plymouth Riverview), Alex Ehaney (Sheboygan Urban), Maddie Smith (Sheboygan Horace Mann), Lydia Clark (Sheboygan Horace Mann), Maddie Schultz (Sheboygan Horace Mann), Austin Ringmeier (Howards Grove), Dominic Radloff (Kohler) and Paige Lee (Sheboygan Urban).