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Central Students Win MathLeague Competition

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Central High School won Sweepstakes at the Ozark OTC Campus for the MathLeague qualifying competition with a score of 235 – it is unusual to get over 200 points. There were 15 schools with 207 students participating. The state competition will be held on April 13 on the University of Missouri-Columbia campus.

The competition’s Overall Individual Winners out of all 207 students:

1st - Sam Garvin (9th grade) and 3rd - Dylan Fowler (11th grade)

“I have an amazing group of math kids who love to challenge themselves. I love giving them the opportunity to excel,” said Sue Hadden, head of the math department at CHS and math team coach.

State Qualifiers: 

9th grade:  Colin Clark, Harrison Davison, Sam Garvin, Tanner Wilson

10th grade:  Max Depperschmidt, Ethan Lai

11th grade:  Dylan Fowler, Jacob Sharp, Colin Stenger, Ryan Xu, Alex Zhu

12th grade:  Andrew Eisenhour, Jason Hamby, Will Hutson, Malia Morgan, Naseem Saquer, Grant Teters

Individual Events: 

Sprint Round:  30 questions, 1 hour, no calculator

9th grade:  1st - Sam Garvin, 2nd - Harrison Davison, 4th - Tanner Wilson

10th grade:  2nd - Ethan Lai

11th grade:  2nd - Dylan Fowler, 3rd - Jacob Sharp, 4th - Colin Stenger

12th grade:  2nd - Naseem Saquer, 3rd - Maila Morgan, 5th - Andrew Eisenhour

Target Round:  8 questions, 10 points each

9th grade:  1st - Sam Garvin, 3rd - Tanner Wilson

10th grade:  2nd - Ethan Lai

11th grade:  1st - Dylan Fowler, 2nd - Alex Zhu, 3rd - Ryan Xu

12th grade:  2nd - Naseem Saquer, 3rd - Jason Hamby, 4th - Malia Morgan

Relay event:  3 person teams answering 3 questions each which feed the next question - must get all 3 correct to get correct at the end. 

1st:  CHS team of Sam Garvin, Andrew Eisenhour and Naseem Saquer

3rd:  CHS team of Colin Stenger, Dylan Fowler, Jacob Sharp

Team Event:  20 minutes to answer 10 questions, 6 students on a team

1st:  CHS team of Colin Stenger, Dylan Fowler, Jacob Sharp, Alex Zhu, Ryan Xu

Way to go Central High School!