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Department of Mathematics


Overall Results (27th)

Individual Results

 

Written Exam

1st place — David Stoner. David is a sophomore at South Aiken High School. He won a four year USC scholarship in the amount of \$8,000 per year, a $400 cash prize, and a plaque.

 

2nd place — Jack Wang. Jack is a junior at Porter Guad School. He won a four year USC scholarship in the amount of \$4,000 per year, a \$200 cash prize, and a plaque.

 

3rd place —  Richard Chen. Richard is a sophomore at Spring Valley High School. He won a four year USC scholarship in the amount of \$2,000 per year, a \$100 cash prize, and a plaque.

 

4th place — Gray Williams. Gray is a senior at A. C. Flora High School. He won a \$50 cash prize.

 

5th place — Kevin Zhao. Kevin is a sophomore at Lexington High School. He won a \$50 cash prize.

6th place — Daniel Monteith. Daniel is a senior at A. C. Flora High School. He won a \$50 cash prize. 

Each of the Top 16 scorers on our written exam, listed below, received a medal.  We would like to congratulate these students as well as all of the students who have worked so hard and performed so well on our written exam.

 


 

Top 16 Scores on Written Exam

 

Student

Score

Grade

School

1

David Stoner

 

10

South Aiken

2

Jack Wang

 

11

Porter Guad

3

Richard Chen

 

10

Spring Valley

4

Gray Williams

 

12

AC Flora

5

Kevin Zhao

 

10

Lexington

6

Daniel Monteith

 

12

AC Flora

7

Hollin He

 

10

Hammond

8

Albert Wang

 

9

Dutch Fork

9

Gregory Rassolov

 

11

Spring Valley

10

Samadwara Reddy

 

12

Dutch Fork

11

Amil Merchant

 

10

Southside

12

Jenning Chen

 

8th Grade

 

13

David Qu

   

Spring Valley

14

Annie Hu

 

11

Lexington

15

Esme Bajo

 

10

AC Flora

16

William McAdams

 

12

AC Flora

 


Tournament

The top 16 scorers on the written exam participated in the Mathematics Tournament. The winner was Amil Merchant, a tenth grade student at Southside High School. The runner-up was Annie Hu, a junior at Lexington High School. Both received plaques. Congratulations!

 

Round 1 (aka Sweet 16, or Octa Finals)

 

AmilMerchant vs. Richard Chen
Hollin He
 vs. Esme Bajo
Gregory Rassolov vs. David Stoner

Kevin Zhao vs. David Qu
Gray Williams vs. Jenning Chen
William McAdams vs. Albert Wang
Daniel Monteith vs. Annie Hu
Samadwara Reddy vs. Jack Wang

 

Round 2 (aka Elite 8, or Quarter Finals)

Amil Merchant vs. Hollin He
David Stoner vs. Kevin Zhao
Jenning Chen vs. William McAdams
Annie Hu vs. Jack Wang

 

Round 3 (aka Final Four, or Semi Finals)

Amil Merchant vs. Kevin Zhao
Jenning Chen vs. Annie Hu

 

Round 4 (aka Finals)

Amil Merchant vs. Annie Hu

 

Champion

Amil Merchant 


Team Results

Schools are divided into two divisions based on the number of students, the number of teachers, the scope of the math program, etc. For each team, we average the top 3 written exam scores. This score is added to the score from the ciphering portion of our contest to give the team score. Trophies are awarded to the schools with the top team scores from each division. Congratulations to the following schools.

Division 1

 

High School

Teacher

Students

 

First Place

Spring Valley High School  

Matthew Owens

David Qu, Miheer, Bavare, Richard Chen, Gregory Rassolov, Sarah Lee, Jenning Chen, Martin Li, Priscilla Li, Surabhi Poola, Guillermo Pineda, Andrew White, Mohammad Arammash

 

Second Place

AC Flora High School

Patrick Rybarczyk

 Gray Williams, Daniel Monteith, Simran Mathews, Esme Bajo, Coryelle Pondy, William McAdams, Salley Reamer, Alexander Glickman, Graham Chapman, Mary Lib Saine, Reed Parker, Martha Watson

 

Third Place

Lexington High School

Jennifer Casto & Andrea Moore

 Annie Hu, Kevin Zhao, Freddy Huang, Qiang Zhang, Varun Rameswara, Nikil Sairam, Ben Bartlett, Frank Huang

 

 

 

Division 2

 

High School

Teacher

Students

First Place

Southside High School

Jessica Pursley

Amil Merchant, Jack Runge, Brendan Williams, Ann-elise Siden, Samira Nematollah, Isabelle Doan, Katie Drouglicof, Rebecca Wu, Ananya Manian, Pooja Jayaraman, Michael Wang, Harshita Jain

Second Place

Hammond School

John Rushman & Ed Cecere

Peter McWilliams, Stella Wang, Carolina Johnson, Tia Eskridge, Billy Liu, Millie Chen, Chelsea Chen, Edison Zhu, Hollin He, Ayan dasgupta, Bristow Richards, Qi Qi

Third Place

Academic Magnet

High School

Gwen Hooffstetter

Rachel Polcyn, Whitney Martin, Grace Waddell, Zoe Rucker, Rebecca Culver, Cal Fosseen, Kaydren Orcutt, Olivia Guzzardo, Ben Gilbert, Caitlyn Barth, Selina Pi, Michelle Baker.