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OHS Mathletes Place Second at Conference

Students placed first in five of the 15 events.

Oswego High School’s Mathletes finished in second place in the Southwest Prairie Conference Math Contest held on December 4 at North Central College in Naperville. The students received first place awards in five of the 15 events, second place in four events, and third place in three events.

Earning first-place recognitions were the following students: Jessica Edwards, Jonah Engel, Sarah Frantik, Jessica Johnson, Connor Kispert, Sydney Lloyd, Emily Thompson and Iva Veseli for the Junior/Senior 8-person Team; Nicole Arnold, Joe Conidi, Bo Pradel and Caitlin Witt for Optimization; Jessica Edwards, Jonah Engel, Connor Kispert and Nate Vojtik for Conic Sections; Jessica Johnson, Nikita Patel, Kirby Shramuk and Spencer Seeger for Logarithmic and Exponential Equations; and Dona Ganzorig,  Chaz Im, Tom Mereness, Tiana Ninic and Bo Pradel for Calculator Team.

Second place finishers included the Freshmen/Sophomore Eight-Person Team of Kaylon Draney, Adam Hansen, Ethan Heidrich, Anna Howell, Tiana Ninic, Mateusz Oskarbski, Ben Sapet and Max Shramuk.

Also earning a second place recognition were Amy Annala, Nathan Maher, Connor Pavlina and Iva Veseli for Geometry and Trig of a Right Triangle; Alec Copeda, Sarah Frantik, Spencer Seeger and Steven Seeger, for Systems of Equations; and Michael Egan, Dona Ganzorig, Adam Hansen and Luke Moran for Factoring.

Trig Applications competitors Cameron Dosch, Zach Gardner, Emily Thompson and Andrew Walden received a third-place score; as did Nick Latzo, Liliana Mendoza, Kayla Perez and Andy Vogler for Circles; and Cleo Alperin, Jenny Iverson, Trisha Nickerson and John Watson for Linear Equations.

Special thanks to Oswego 308 for the release. 

Rachael B. December 20, 2012 at 03:46 PM
This is great news! Congratulations to all of the Mathlete participants!
Tyler Foley December 21, 2012 at 06:00 AM
Great job OHS!

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