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Two local schools place at Washburn math day
11/17/2018

(KNZA)--Teams from two local high schools did well at Washburn University’s 49th annual Math Day Tuesday.

A team from Atchison County Community High School took 1st place in the 1A-2A classification category, while a team from Valley Falls High School took 2nd place in the same category.

The top three finishers on the ACCHS team were Lane Scoggins, Kayla Vanderpool and Sarah Kimmi.

The top three finishers on the Valley Falls team were Catherine Montgomery, Alex Wilson and Nathan Pickerell.

The Washburn University math department hosted 187 students from 21 northeast Kansas high schools for the event.

Students participated in math testing and the “ Mathnificient Race”, a scavenger hunt on the campus for information required to solve a sequence of problems as quickly as possible.

Besides ACCHS and Valley Falls, also participating were Atchison, Hiawatha and McLouth.

 

 

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