Students compete in TMTA math competition at Vol State

Submitted on April 23, 2010 at 9:05 AM

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, Station Camp High School, Westmoreland Middle School, Wilson Central High School, Sumner Academy, HomeLife Academy and Pope John Paul II High School.

Algebra I Third place-Taylor Wallace, Sumner Academy; Second place-Alexander Byrd, Westmoreland Middle; First place-Evan Mitchell, Station Camp High.

Geometry Third place-Brennan Belew, Pope John Paul II; Second place-Andrew Williams, Hendersonville High; First place- Matthew Heinrich, Hendersonville High.

Algebra II Third place-Kevin Key, Hendersonville High; Second place-Bowen Feng, Hendersonville High; First place-Kaitlin Carter, Merrol Hyde Magnet.

Statistics Third place-Matthew Lambert, Pope John Paul II; Second place-Jordan Julow, Pope John Paul II; First place-Robert Wieber, Pope John Paul II.

Precalculus Third place-Jeremy Harrison, Station Camp High; Second place- Chris McDonald, Station Camp High; First place-Joshua Escue, Gallatin High.

Calculus Third place-Betsy Swann, Davidson Academy; Second place-Dylan Hoehn, Hendersonville High; First place-Matthew Roberts, Davidson Academy.

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