2022 Math Bowl Winners

NICEVILLE, Fla.- Eight high school teams from all across Northwest Florida gathered at the Northwest Florida State College (NWFSC) on March 4, 2022, to compete in the 34th annual Math Bowl.

The competing schools were divided into two classes, Class Y for smaller schools and Class Z for larger schools. After spending the day completing written exams and ciphering matches, students were invited to an awards ceremony where the individual and team winners were announced.

“Northwest Florida State College was pleased to continue the tradition of hosting the Math Bowl for high school students in our area,” said NWFSC President Dr. Devin Stephenson. “We are proud of all of the participants for their hard work and dedication to STEM education. This year’s participants are great examples of the bright minds that will shape our future.”

The winning teams in each class were as follows:

 

Team Winners

Class Y:

1st: Pensacola Catholic High School

2nd: Gulf Breeze High School

3rd: Rocky Bayou Christian School

4th: Seacoast Collegiate High School

Class Z:

1st: Rickards High School, Tallahassee

2nd: Lincoln High School, Tallahassee

3rd: Niceville High School

4th: Milton High School

 

Individual Winners

Class Y:

1st: Tyler Ruble (Pensacola Catholic)

2nd: Elizabeth Owens (Pensacola Catholic)

3rd: Scarlett Stevens (Rocky Bayou)

4th: Ethan Pensyl (Gulf Breeze)

5th: Quentin Wright (Pensacola Catholic)

6th: David Om (Rocky Bayou)

7th: Ashley Spear (Gulf Breeze)

8th: Jack Gordon (Gulf Breeze)

9th: Hollis Hodges (Seacoast)

10th: Catie Barnes (Rocky Bayou)

Class Z:

1st: Karthik Vedula (Rickards) (Overall individual winner of the competition)

2nd: Dylan Epstein-Gross (Rickards)

3rd: Vaneesha Sinha (Rickards)

4th: Rachel Baek (Lincoln)

5th: Nicholas Voss (Lincoln)

6th: Farzan Shiju (Rickards)

7th: Jason Bell (Lincoln)

8th: Dylan Chen (Niceville)

9th: Tiana Fontejon (Niceville)

10th: Rider Hansen (Niceville)

 

For more information on the Math Bowl or the STEM programs offered at Northwest Florida State College, please contact Ryan Adams, NWFSC Mathematics Professor, at adams5@nwfsc.edu or (850) 729-5258.

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