Six SCCPSS schools took part in the 32nd Annual Georgia Southern Mathematics Tournament on Saturday, March 26, 2022. Four of those schools placed students and teams in the Top 20 of Tournament results. The Georgia Southern Mathematics Tournament is an annual invitational tournament serving the East Central and Southeast regions of Georgia. The tournament is designed to recognize students' accomplishments in mathematics, to allow outstanding mathematics students to meet and compete with each other, and to promote public interest in mathematics.
Godley Station 7th Grader Krishang Tripathi placed first in the Individual scores in the Middle School Division 1.
Five other Godley Station students also placed in the Top 20 in the Middle School Division 1. Two Southwest Middle students placed in the Top 20 of that division as well. Two Garrison School for the Arts students placed in the Top 20 in the Junior Varsity Division 1, including Hay Lam, who placed third and three Jenkins High students placed in the Top 20 of the Varsity Division 1 with Aiden Maxwell placing 2nd.
Any students in grades 6-8 may compete in the Middle School Category where the emphasis is on middle school mathematics. The Junior Varsity Category is open to any student in grades 6-10 with an emphasis on the first two years of high school mathematics. The Varsity Category is open to any student in grades 6-12 with an emphasis on advanced high school mathematics.
In the Teams Competition, three Godley Station School teams placed in the Top 10 in the Middle School Division, including the school's first team earning 2nd. Garrison School for the Arts placed two teams in the Top 10 of the Junior Varsity Division and Jenkins High School placed two teams in the Top 10 of the Varsity Division. Each school may enter up to six teams of four students. The total team score is determined by the sum of the individual test scores plus points earned during a ciphering match.
Full results for SCCPSS Top 20 Finishers in the Individual Competition and Top 10 Team competitors can be found below.
Middle School – Division 1 – Individual Competition
1st Place – Krishang Tripathi – Godley Station School
8th Place – Ayden Keefer – Godley Station School
9th Place – Pragun Pandey – Southwest Middle School
10th Place – Kayden Roth – Godley Station School
14th Place – Zylee Slusser – Godley Station School
15th Place – Tianna Goldwire – Godley Station School
17th Place – Ashlyn Kingsley – Godley Station School
18th Place – Jacob Howe – Southwest Middle School
Junior Varsity – Division 1 – Individual Competition
3rd Place – Hay Lam – Garrison School for the Arts
12th Place – Balasundar Helmanlni – Garrison School for the Arts
Varsity – Division 1 – Individual Competition
2nd Place – Aiden Maxwell – Jenkins High School
12th Place – Carlos Hernandez – Jenkins High School
13th Place – Godwill Agbehonou – Jenkins High School
Middle School – Division 1 – Team Competition
2nd Place – 1st Team – Godley Station School
3rd Place – 1st Team – Southwest Middle School
8th Place – 5th Team – Godley Station School
10th Place – 4th Team – Godley Station School
Junior Varsity – Division 1 – Team Competition
3rd Place – 1st Team – Garrison School for the Arts
7th Place – 2nd Team – Garrison School for the Arts
Varsity – Division 1 – Team Competition
3rd Place – 1st Team – Jenkins High School
7th Place – 2nd Team – Jenkins High School
Congratulations to all!