Napoleon Mathcounts competitiors

As a team, Napoleon Junior High School finished 25th out of 28 schools at the state Mathcounts competition, and Denver Grundy finished 79th in the state out of 177 individual competitors. “The competition was very tough as they had to compete against some charter/private schools,” said Advisor Jay Brown. “It was a fun experience just to go down and compete. The students were amazed at how smart many of the other students were during the head to head round, I was as well. I was very proud of all the work that they had done to get there.” To qualify for the state competition, the team finished second and Grundy placed second in the individual portion of the regional competition. Pictured at the competition were (from left) William Gillette, Grundy, Morgan Lulfs and Julia DelFavero.

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