District 206 announces ‘Math Master’ winners
Ten District 206 fifth grade student teams competed in the regional Math Master competition in Alexandria on Friday, April 25, with four of the student teams placing in the top eight.
The competition consisted of 44 teams representing area schools. The Math Masters of Minnesota competition is designed to promote excellence in thinking skills pertaining to mathematics and consists of three team rounds, three individual rounds and a fact drill round.
Along with four District 206 teams placing in the top eight of the team portion of the competition, several students received individual honors in the fact drill and individual problem-solving rounds.
Lincoln Elementary Team 2 placed third. Team members were Jaya Hatlestad, Cameron Hochsprung, Lewis Lindner, Brady McCoy and Emma Reineke.
Voyager Elementary Team 1 placed fourth. Team members were Reed Hiles, Garret Honkomp, Bryant Johnson, Myah Kremer and Grant Rebrovich.
Voyager Elementary Team 2 placed sixth. Team members were Ethan Johnson, Ryla Johnson, Isaac Kent, Nick Nelson and Alexia Taylor.
Lincoln Elementary Team 1 placed seventh. Team members were Elijah Holthaus, Zach Kent, Tiana Moore, Dylan Nelson and Tyler Petron.
Other teams from District 206 that competed were:
Carlos Elementary – Allea Balcome, Mike Cochran, Aiden Kluver, Bryce Kraker and Keller Roed.
Garfield Elementary – Jackson Jahnke, Christopher Loken, Madison Magnuson, Zachary Ross, Reise Waldorf and alternate Ella Johnston.
Miltona Elementary – Kaisa Bosek, Jager Gange, Ian Richards, Christian Scribner, Isaac Wangen and alternates Lucas Jorgenson and Sydnee Peterson.
Woodland Team 1 – Regan Brovold, Jacob Kleven, Micaela Nelson, Riley Schweigert and Caleb Wendel.
Woodland Team 2 – Lucas Bitzan, Abby Driemeyer, Kaleah Ellerbroek, Regan Peterson and Mia Wiesner.
Woodland Team 3 – Anna Dokter, Lucas Harstad, Isaac Kershaw, Aubrey Kosters and Jack Struck.
In the Individual Problem-Solving competition with 225 students competing, the following students placed in the top eight:
Zach Kent, Lincoln, first place; Emma Reineke, Lincoln, fourth; Grant Rebrovich, Voyager, eighth.
The following students placed in the top 20:
Nick Nelson, Voyager, 13th; Bryant Johnson, Voyager, 15th; Reed Hiles, Voyager, 18th.
In the Fact Drill portion of the competition with 225 students competing, Brady McCoy, Lincoln, placed 16th.