Students compete in TMTA math competition at Vol State
The Tennessee Math Teachers Association held a regional math competition at Volunteer State Community College recently. Hundreds of students from schools across the area competed in the following categories: Algebra I and II, Geometry, Statistics, Precalculus and Calculus. Winners will go on to compete in the state competition. The schools participating included: Davidson Academy, Gallatin High School, Hendersonville High School, Merrol Hyde Magnet School, Portland High School, Westmoreland High School, Westmoreland Middle School, Sumner Academy, Hendersonville Christian Academy, Station Camp High School, Pope John Paul II High School and Portland West Middle School. The top three winners in each category had their photo taken with Vol State vice president of Academic Affairs, Dr. George Pimentel.
Pictured: Algebra I (left to right): Third place- Justin Humphries, Pope John Paul II; second place- Jack Brau, Sumner Academy; first place- Joe Tarquine, Sumner Academy; and Vol State vice president of Academic Affairs, Dr. George Pimentel.
Geometry: Third place- Skyler Voisin, Pope John Paul II; second place- Zhenglang Hao, Hendersonville High School; first place- Sara Ding, Hendersonville Christian Academy.
Algebra II: Third place- Alan Hencey, Merrol Hyde Magnet; second place- Grace Adcox, Pope John Paul II; first place- Jordan Allen, Gallatin High School.
Statistics: Third place- Jeffrey Gage, Merrol Hyde Magnet; second place- David Marsh, Merrol Hyde Magnet; first place- Tristan Greeno, Pope John Paul II.
Precalculus: Third place- Alyssa Rentuza, Pope John Paul II; second place- Tyler Dorr, Pope John Paul II; first place- Remilia Li, Pope John Paul II.
Calculus: Third place- Phillip Byrd, Westmoreland High School; second place- Linfei Wang, Hendersonville High School; first place- Daniel Edwards, Pope John Paul II.