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Alexandria Public Schools 5th Grade Math Masters Competition Results

Tuesday, April 26, 2022 (Alexandria, MN) – Eight Alexandria Public Schools 5th Grade Math Masters teams competed in the regional Math Masters competition on Friday, April 22nd at Woodland Elementary.  A total of 22 teams from west central Minnesota participated in the event. The competition included three team rounds, three individual rounds, and a fact drill round.           

In the team competition:

  • Lincoln Black placed 3rd and received a team plaque and individual medallions.
  • Lincoln Red placed 4th and received medallions.
  • Voyager placed 6th and received ribbons.
  • Woodland Black placed 7th
  • Garfield placed 8th
  • Miltona placed 9th

Other teams that competed were:

  • Woodland Red 
  • Carlos 

In the Individual problem solving competition with 125 students competing, these students placed in the top 20:

  • Michael Zhang (Lincoln) – 2nd place (medallion)
  • Brinkley Schmid (Garfield) - 8th place (ribbon)
  • Kaeson Schneider (Voyager) - 9th place (ribbon)
  • Carson Hamann (Lincoln) - 13th place (ribbon)
  • Kellen O'Brien (Miltona) - 16th place (ribbon)
  • Jada McAdoo (Voyager) - 17th place (ribbon)
  • Reagan Gustafson (Woodland) - 18th place (ribbon)
  • Jackson Senesac (Carlos) - 19th place (ribbon)
  • Donald Lehmann (Woodland) - 20th place (ribbon)

In the Fact Drill competition with 125 students competing, these students placed in the top 20:

  • Jackson Senesac (Carlos) – 2nd place (medallion)
  • Connor Bruss (Woodland) - 4th place (medallion)
  • Michael Zhang (Lincoln) - 5th place (medallion)
  • Cael Stumvoll (Lincoln) - 6th place (medallion)
  • Jada McAdoo (Voyager) - 7th place (medallion)
  • Carson Hamann (Lincoln) - 8th place (medallion)
  • Stella Olson (Garfield) - 10th place (ribbon)
  • Brinkley Schmid (Garfield) - 11th place (ribbon)
  • Evan Luebben (Woodland) - 13th place (ribbon)
  • Gavin Olson (Miltona) - 14th place (ribbon)

A special thanks goes out to 3M and Thrivent Financial for financially supporting the Math Master program.