Ten high schools consisting of 62 students participated in the St. Charles Community College the 17th annual high school math tournament on Saturday, March 1, at SCC. The event is held in cooperation with the Great Plains Math League.
Lutheran South students proudly display their trophy as Division B overall school winners.
Schools participating in the March 1 tournament were: Battle (Columbia), Fox, Francis Howell Middle, Lutheran South, Mary Institute Country Day, Parkway Central, Parkway North, St. Louis University High (SLUH), Timberland and Troy Buchanan.
“We were really glad to see enrollment increase over last year,” said Joe Howe, SCC professor of math and one of the tournament organizers. “We were pleased to see returning and new schools alike.”
The overall awards for the annual high school math tournament went to: Lutheran South, first place small school and Parkway Central, first place large school.
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