Here's problem #3 - there will probably be a similar problem at meet 3.

*Oops, I see there are two minus signs, in lines 3 and 4, that should be =*

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ISD197 Junior High Math Teams

## Monday, November 13, 2017

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Problem 3 explanation

*Oops, I see there are two minus signs, in lines 3 and 4, that should be =*

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Scores and Team Assignments for Meet 3

HERITAGE

**Meet 3 Instructions** - go to the cafeteria after school at 3:30. The meet ends at 5:00 and your parents can pick you up then.

Team Scores (click here for answers) and scroll down to the team test)

Gold 16

Red 0

Name p3c m3r

FRIENDLY HILLS

Math team t-shirts were distributed today. The office has the shirts if you ordered one. Every team member gets one, so if your child did not get one, please contact Sarah Larsen at sarahlarsen0@gmail.com to arrange getting one or to arrange size changes. A reminder to send in your $7 if you have not paid. If you are unable to pay, no worries.

**Meet 3 Instructions** - you will get an e-pass mailed to you Monday for early dismissal at 2:50. The bus leaves at 3:00. The meet ends at 5:00 and the bus will return to FHMS at 5:15. If you would rather be picked up at Heritage, please give me a written note.

Team Scores (click here for answers) and scroll down to the team test)

Gold 28

Red 12

White 12

Turquoise 4

Blue 0

Pink 0

## Monday, November 6, 2017

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Scores from Practice

## Tuesday, October 31, 2017

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Lost and Found from Meet 2

## Monday, October 30, 2017

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Meet 2 Results

*Someone left a small pair of black knit gloves on the FHMS bus*

Team Results

MEET 2 (Note STA will make up the test later)

SPA-Gold 36 46 28 110

Friendly Gold 36 34 28 98

Friendly Red 32 26 16 74

Friendl White 24 20 20 64

SPA-Blue 20 26 16 62

Heritage Gold 26 12 20 58

SSP Maroon 18 22 12 52

SSP White 4 8 20 32

FHMS Orange Team Event 4

Division Standings

SPA-Gold 134 110 244

Friendly Gold 106 98 204

SPA-Blue 104 62 166

Friendly Red 86 74 160

Heritage Gold 66 58 124

FriendlyWhite 54 64 118

SSP Maroon 48 52 100

SSP White 20 32 52

Saint Thomas 50 0 50

Individual Results

Top Ten

Overgaard, Connor 6 SPA 24 16 40

Bhargava, Divya 8 SPA 18 20 38

Wagner, Nolan 7 SPA 20 16 36

Goodman, Michael 7 SPA 16 18 34

Hoffman, Thomas 8 FHMS 20 14 34

Halverson, Oscar 8 FHMS 12 20 32

Zelazo, Sam 8 SPA 12 18 30

Worrall, Christian 6 SPA 16 14 30

Painter, William 7 SPA 20 10 30

Martin Risch, Cyrus8 FHMS 16 14 30

Frett, Kallie 8 FHMS 16 14 30

**HERITAGE**

**FRIENDLY HILLS**

Grade Name M2A M2B M2T

8 Oscar Halverson 10 10 20

8 Thomas Hoffman 10 4 14

8 Kallie Frett 6 8 14

8 Cyrus MartinRis 10 4 14

7 Lucy Palmer 8 4 12

8 Nick Wendt 6 4 10

8 Victoria Dzurilla4 6 10

6 Luke Reisig 4 6 10

7 Shakti Gurung 4 4 8

7 Stella Warwick 4 4 8

7 Claire Newmark 4 4 8

7 Erik Essen 6 2 8

7 Miles Dunn 4 4 8

7 Charles Cheesebr 4 4 8

5 Will Geddes 4 4 8

5 John Joyce 4 4 8

5 Jack Grosenick 6 2 8

5 Bennett Fritz 6 2 8

8 Nina Kessler 2 4 6

8 Sophia Schomer 2 4 6

7 Katherine Meyers 4 2 6

7 Will Gannon 2 4 6

6 Lucia Schomer 2 4 6

6 Elyse Jahn 2 4 6

6 Mia Cheesebrough 2 4 6

5 Henry Stein 2 4 6

5 Landon Monsour 4 2 6

5 Vanshika Pallerla2 4 6

5 Tommy Larsen 4 2 6

5 Nolan Manternach 4 2 6

5 Quinn Fraley 4 2 6

7 Duy Hoang 2 2 4

6 T J Kronschnabel 2 2 4

5 Anna Kessler 2 2 4

5 Elise Newmark 0 4 4

5 Edy Halverson 0 4 4

5 Tyler Demulling 2 2 4

6 France Ditalo 2 0 2

5 Sahasra Juvva 0 0 0
## Monday, October 23, 2017

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Friendly Hills Math Team T-Shirts! Order now!

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Solutions, Scores and Team Assignments for Meet 2

## Minn. Jr Hi Math League

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Here's problem #3 - there will probably be a similar problem at meet 3.

HERITAGE

Team Scores (click here for answers) and scroll down to the team test)

Gold 16

Red 0

Name p3c m3r

Kathryn Lewis | 6 | 28.0 |

Quinn Hendel | 6 | 24.3 |

Anna Crain | 6 | 18.3 |

Noah Ledermann | 4 | 17.3 |

Ashton Rocke | 2 | 12.3 |

Caleb Koury | 2 | 9.3 |

Gray Gallant | 0 | 9.0 |

Zoe Lewis | 0 | 8.0 |

John McCarten | 6.0 | |

Jonathan Neumann | 0 | 5.0 |

Adiah Giles | 3 | 2.0 |

FRIENDLY HILLS

Math team t-shirts were distributed today. The office has the shirts if you ordered one. Every team member gets one, so if your child did not get one, please contact Sarah Larsen at sarahlarsen0@gmail.com to arrange getting one or to arrange size changes. A reminder to send in your $7 if you have not paid. If you are unable to pay, no worries.

Team Scores (click here for answers) and scroll down to the team test)

Gold 28

Red 12

White 12

Turquoise 4

Blue 0

Pink 0

Name | P3c | M3r |

Oscar Halverson | 10 | 44.7 |

Kallie Frett | 8 | 38.0 |

Thomas Hoffman | 9 | 38.0 |

Cyrus Martin Risch | 8 | 35.3 |

Lucy Palmer | 6 | 30.0 |

Nick Wendt | 10 | 29.0 |

Stella Warwick | 4 | 29.0 |

Katherine Meyers | 8 | 26.0 |

Nina Kessler | 2 | 25.7 |

Miles Dunn | 2 | 24.3 |

Luke Reisig | 5 | 24.3 |

Victoria Dzurilla | 4 | 22.7 |

Erik Essen | 0 | 20.8 |

Claire Newmark | 1 | 19.3 |

Charles Cheesebrough | 1 | 17.3 |

Shakti Gurung | 1 | 16.7 |

Lucia Schomer | 4 | 16.3 |

Will Geddes | 4 | 16.3 |

Sophia Schomer | 5 | 16.0 |

Duy Hoang | 0 | 13.7 |

Jack Grosenick | 4 | 13.3 |

John Joyce | 2 | 13.0 |

Tyler Demulling | 0 | 12.7 |

Nolan Manternach | 4 | 12.3 |

Tommy Larsen | 0 | 12.3 |

Vanshika Pallerla | 0 | 12.3 |

Will Gannon | 0 | 11.0 |

Henry Stein | 0 | 11.0 |

Elyse Jahn | 2 | 10.3 |

Bennett Fritz | 0 | 9.7 |

Landon Monsour | 0 | 9.0 |

Quinn Fraley | 2 | 9.0 |

Mia Cheesebrough | 0 | 8.7 |

T J Kronschnabel | 2 | 8.3 |

Anna Kessler | 0 | 6.0 |

France Edrian Ditalo | 0 | 5.0 |

Elise Newmark | 0 | 5.0 |

Ellie Ludwig | 1 | 4.3 |

Edy Halverson | 0 | 4.0 |

Sahasra Juvva | 0 | 0.0 |

1. How many centimeters in a kilometer - express in scientific notation.

Well, there are 100*cent*imeters (think 100 cents in a $, 100 yrs in a century) and 1000 meters in a kilometer, so there a 100x1000=100,000 cm in a km. In scientific notation that's 1 x 10^{5}

or 1.0 x 10^{5 }would also be acceptable.

2. Solve 3x^{2 }= 147 Divide both sides by 3 to get x^{2 }= 49. So x could be 7 or -7.

3. Simplify [(4a^{-3}bc^{5})/b^{2}c]^{ }^{-1}

The -1 exponent tells you to take the reciprocal - flip the numerator and denominator

b^{2}c/(4a^{-3}bc^{5}) Again, the negative exponent tells you to move the a into the numerator

a^{3}b^{2}c/4bc^{5}

Simplify - we've got b's in num. and denom. a^{3}bc/4c^{5}

Simplify more - we've got c's in num. and denom. a^{3}b/4c^{4}

4. You sell 40 bunches of broccoli per day. Each bunch weighs 1.2 pounds. If there are 24 lbs of broccoli in a bushel, how many bushels do you sell in a week?

40 bunches @ 1.2 lbs = 40x1.2=48 lbs a day. Thats exactly 2 bushels a day time 7 days in a week is 14 bushels in a week.

5. Graph |2x + 9| ≥ 8 which means either 2x + 9 ≥ 8 or -(2x + 9) ≥ 8 Simplify both.

2x + 9 ≥ 8 -(2x + 9) ≥ 8

2x ≥ -1 -2x + -9 ≥ 8

x ≥ -½ -2x ≥ 17 (remember to flip the inequality sign when mult. or div. by neg.)

x ≤ -8.5

So a solid dot on -8.5 with a line to the left AND

a solid dot on -.5 with a line to the right.

HERITAGE

FRIENDLY HILLS

Well, there are 100

or 1.0 x 10

2. Solve 3x

3. Simplify [(4a

The -1 exponent tells you to take the reciprocal - flip the numerator and denominator

b

a

Simplify - we've got b's in num. and denom. a

Simplify more - we've got c's in num. and denom. a

4. You sell 40 bunches of broccoli per day. Each bunch weighs 1.2 pounds. If there are 24 lbs of broccoli in a bushel, how many bushels do you sell in a week?

40 bunches @ 1.2 lbs = 40x1.2=48 lbs a day. Thats exactly 2 bushels a day time 7 days in a week is 14 bushels in a week.

5. Graph |2x + 9| ≥ 8 which means either 2x + 9 ≥ 8 or -(2x + 9) ≥ 8 Simplify both.

2x + 9 ≥ 8 -(2x + 9) ≥ 8

2x ≥ -1 -2x + -9 ≥ 8

x ≥ -½ -2x ≥ 17 (remember to flip the inequality sign when mult. or div. by neg.)

x ≤ -8.5

So a solid dot on -8.5 with a line to the left AND

a solid dot on -.5 with a line to the right.

HERITAGE

8 | Kathryn Lewis | 10 | 8 | 24.0 |

6 | Quinn Hendel | 7 | 4 | 20.3 |

5 | Noah Ledermann | 0 | 0 | 15.0 |

5 | Anna Crain | 4 | 4 | 14.3 |

5 | Ashton Rocke | 0 | 0 | 11.0 |

6 | Gray Gallant | 5 | 4 | 9.0 |

5 | Caleb Koury | 0 | 0 | 8.0 |

5 | Zoe Lewis | 0 | 0 | 8.0 |

6 | John McCarten | 6.0 | ||

7 | Jonathan Neumann | 4 | 2 | 5.0 |

5 | Adiah Giles | 0 | 0 | 0.0 |

Oscar Halverson | 12 | 6 | 38.0 |

Kallie Frett | 8 | 8 | 32.7 |

Thomas Hoffman | 6 | 6 | 32.0 |

Cyrus Martin Risch | 6 | 6 | 30.0 |

Stella Warwick | 11 | 6 | 26.3 |

Lucy Palmer | 6 | 6 | 26.0 |

Nina Kessler | 9 | 8 | 24.3 |

Miles Dunn | 12 | 6 | 23.0 |

Nick Wendt | 2 | 6 | 22.3 |

Luke Reisig | 7 | 2 | 21.0 |

Erik Essen | 8 | 6 | 20.8 |

Katherine Meyers | 7 | 6 | 20.7 |

Victoria Dzurilla | 3 | 6 | 20.0 |

Claire Newmark | 5 | 2 | 18.7 |

Charles Cheesebrough | 4 | 6 | 16.7 |

Shakti Gurung | 2 | 1 | 16.0 |

Duy Hoang | 8 | 2 | 13.7 |

Lucia Schomer | 4 | 0 | 13.7 |

Will Geddes | 1 | 0 | 13.7 |

Sophia Schomer | 2 | 2 | 12.7 |

Vanshika Pallerla | 2 | 0 | 12.3 |

Tommy Larsen | 5 | 0 | 12.3 |

John Joyce | 1 | 0 | 11.7 |

Will Gannon | 11.0 | ||

Henry Stein | 0 | 0 | 11.0 |

Jack Grosenick | 10.0 | ||

Bennett Fritz | 1 | 0 | 9.7 |

Nolan Manternach | 1 | 0 | 9.7 |

Elyse Jahn | 0 | 0 | 9.0 |

Landon Monsour | 0 | 0 | 9.0 |

Mia Cheesebrough | 4 | 0 | 8.7 |

Quinn Fraley | 1 | 0 | 7.7 |

T J Kronschnabel | 0 | 0 | 7.0 |

Anna Kessler | 0 | 0 | 6.0 |

France Edrian Ditalo | 0 | 5.0 | |

Elise Newmark | 0 | 0 | 5.0 |

Edy Halverson | 4.0 | ||

Tyler Demulling | 4 | 0 | 0.0 |

Sahasra Juvva | 0.0 | ||

Daniella Sanchez | 4.0 | ||

Ellie Ludwig | 4 | 0 | 3.7 |

Found on the FHMS bus - a pair of small black knit gloves.

Found at SPA

a pair of purple knit gloves

a gray and yellow-green jacket

a red stocking cap with black numbers and letters

e-mail me at gemshein@hotmail.com to claim

Found at SPA

a pair of purple knit gloves

a gray and yellow-green jacket

a red stocking cap with black numbers and letters

e-mail me at gemshein@hotmail.com to claim

Team Results

MEET 2 (Note STA will make up the test later)

SPA-Gold 36 46 28 110

Friendly Gold 36 34 28 98

Friendly Red 32 26 16 74

Friendl White 24 20 20 64

SPA-Blue 20 26 16 62

Heritage Gold 26 12 20 58

SSP Maroon 18 22 12 52

SSP White 4 8 20 32

FHMS Orange Team Event 4

Division Standings

SPA-Gold 134 110 244

Friendly Gold 106 98 204

SPA-Blue 104 62 166

Friendly Red 86 74 160

Heritage Gold 66 58 124

FriendlyWhite 54 64 118

SSP Maroon 48 52 100

SSP White 20 32 52

Saint Thomas 50 0 50

Individual Results

Top Ten

Overgaard, Connor 6 SPA 24 16 40

Bhargava, Divya 8 SPA 18 20 38

Wagner, Nolan 7 SPA 20 16 36

Goodman, Michael 7 SPA 16 18 34

Hoffman, Thomas 8 FHMS 20 14 34

Halverson, Oscar 8 FHMS 12 20 32

Zelazo, Sam 8 SPA 12 18 30

Worrall, Christian 6 SPA 16 14 30

Painter, William 7 SPA 20 10 30

Martin Risch, Cyrus8 FHMS 16 14 30

Frett, Kallie 8 FHMS 16 14 30

Gr | TEAM ROSTER | M2A | M2B | M2T |

5 | Noah Ledermann | 8 | 2 | 10 |

6 | Quinn Hendel | 6 | 2 | 8 |

8 | Kathryn Lewis | 4 | 2 | 6 |

5 | Ashton Rocke | 4 | 2 | 6 |

5 | Anna Crain | 2 | 2 | 4 |

5 | Caleb Koury | 2 | 2 | 4 |

6 | John McCarten | 2 | 2 | 4 |

5 | Zoe Lewis | 2 | 2 | 4 |

6 | Gray Gallant | 0 | 2 | 2 |

Grade Name M2A M2B M2T

8 Oscar Halverson 10 10 20

8 Thomas Hoffman 10 4 14

8 Kallie Frett 6 8 14

8 Cyrus MartinRis 10 4 14

7 Lucy Palmer 8 4 12

8 Nick Wendt 6 4 10

8 Victoria Dzurilla4 6 10

6 Luke Reisig 4 6 10

7 Shakti Gurung 4 4 8

7 Stella Warwick 4 4 8

7 Claire Newmark 4 4 8

7 Erik Essen 6 2 8

7 Miles Dunn 4 4 8

7 Charles Cheesebr 4 4 8

5 Will Geddes 4 4 8

5 John Joyce 4 4 8

5 Jack Grosenick 6 2 8

5 Bennett Fritz 6 2 8

8 Nina Kessler 2 4 6

8 Sophia Schomer 2 4 6

7 Katherine Meyers 4 2 6

7 Will Gannon 2 4 6

6 Lucia Schomer 2 4 6

6 Elyse Jahn 2 4 6

6 Mia Cheesebrough 2 4 6

5 Henry Stein 2 4 6

5 Landon Monsour 4 2 6

5 Vanshika Pallerla2 4 6

5 Tommy Larsen 4 2 6

5 Nolan Manternach 4 2 6

5 Quinn Fraley 4 2 6

7 Duy Hoang 2 2 4

6 T J Kronschnabel 2 2 4

5 Anna Kessler 2 2 4

5 Elise Newmark 0 4 4

5 Edy Halverson 0 4 4

5 Tyler Demulling 2 2 4

6 France Ditalo 2 0 2

5 Sahasra Juvva 0 0 0

FHMS PARENTS: email sarahlarsen0@gmail.com with your child’s size!

Shirts will likely be between 5-8$

If you email me this week, you’ll get the size you’d like, otherwise we’ll just have to guess. Red design pending.

By the way, So St Paul is done with Meet 1 and neither of their teams could beat our gold, red or white, so we remain in 2nd, 4th and 6th place of 9 teams.

Shirts will likely be between 5-8$

If you email me this week, you’ll get the size you’d like, otherwise we’ll just have to guess. Red design pending.

By the way, So St Paul is done with Meet 1 and neither of their teams could beat our gold, red or white, so we remain in 2nd, 4th and 6th place of 9 teams.

1. 4x-3=9 Can be solved by 5th graders using trial and error.

Try a 2 for x. 4 x 2 - 3 = 5, not 9.

Try a 3 for x. 4 x 3 - 3 = 9 Hurrah!. Answer: x = 3

2. Find the midpoint between*j* and -7.

Simply average them

*j *+ -7

2

3. What's the missing value? The mean is 6. Data is 3,3,4,5,5,5,5,7,8,8,10

Add 'em up 63. There are 12 numbers (including the missing one), with a mean of 6. Hence they must total 12 x 6 = 72. The total was 63, so the missing number must be 9. (72 - 63)

4. Express 512 as a^{b} two ways. Answers: 2^{9} or 8^{3}

5. The big triangle had sides of 12 and 30. The little one had sides of x and 12.

12 is 2/5 of 30, so x is 2/5 of 12 or 24/5 or 4.8. The perimeter of the little triangle is given to us as 26.4mm so the third side is 26.4 - 12 - 4.8 or 9.6. The missing side of the big triangle is therefore 5/2 x 9.6 = 24 so the big perimeter is 12+30+24=66

1. |2x - 1 | = 5 so 2x-1 is either 5 or -5. If 2x-1 = 5, x=3. If 2x-1 = -5, x = -2.

So the two solutions are 3 and -2

2. Simplify 2^{3}x4^{-1} = 8 x ¼ = 2

3. Express 0.000205 in scientific notation. Move the decimal until it's past the first non-zero digit. 2.05 ( You had to move the decimal point 4 places) so the answer is 2.05 x 10^{-4}

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How did I know the exponent should be negative? Because 0.000205 is a small number less than one.

2.05 x 10^{4} would be a BIG number: 20500

4.__x+2 __ = __x - 5__

5 3

Cross multiply 3(x + 2) = 5(x - 5)

Distribute 3x + 6 = 5x -25

subtract 3x from both sides 6= 2x -25

add 25 to both sides 31 =2x

divide both sides by 2 15.5 = x

5. Area of a trapezoid is 56. It is enlarged by a scale of 3/2. What's the new area?

Area is a two-dimensional measurement. If the length is multiplied by 3/2, the height is also multiplied by 3/2. Therefore the new area is 56 x 3/2 x 3/2 or 56 x 9/4 = 126cm^{2}

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Heritage

Friendly Hills

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Try a 2 for x. 4 x 2 - 3 = 5, not 9.

Try a 3 for x. 4 x 3 - 3 = 9 Hurrah!. Answer: x = 3

2. Find the midpoint between

Simply average them

2

3. What's the missing value? The mean is 6. Data is 3,3,4,5,5,5,5,7,8,8,10

Add 'em up 63. There are 12 numbers (including the missing one), with a mean of 6. Hence they must total 12 x 6 = 72. The total was 63, so the missing number must be 9. (72 - 63)

4. Express 512 as a

5. The big triangle had sides of 12 and 30. The little one had sides of x and 12.

12 is 2/5 of 30, so x is 2/5 of 12 or 24/5 or 4.8. The perimeter of the little triangle is given to us as 26.4mm so the third side is 26.4 - 12 - 4.8 or 9.6. The missing side of the big triangle is therefore 5/2 x 9.6 = 24 so the big perimeter is 12+30+24=66

1. |2x - 1 | = 5 so 2x-1 is either 5 or -5. If 2x-1 = 5, x=3. If 2x-1 = -5, x = -2.

So the two solutions are 3 and -2

2. Simplify 2

3. Express 0.000205 in scientific notation. Move the decimal until it's past the first non-zero digit. 2.05 ( You had to move the decimal point 4 places) so the answer is 2.05 x 10

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2.05 x 10

4.

5 3

Cross multiply 3(x + 2) = 5(x - 5)

Distribute 3x + 6 = 5x -25

subtract 3x from both sides 6= 2x -25

add 25 to both sides 31 =2x

divide both sides by 2 15.5 = x

5. Area of a trapezoid is 56. It is enlarged by a scale of 3/2. What's the new area?

Area is a two-dimensional measurement. If the length is multiplied by 3/2, the height is also multiplied by 3/2. Therefore the new area is 56 x 3/2 x 3/2 or 56 x 9/4 = 126cm

Gr | TEAM ROSTER | P2b | P2c | M2r |

8 | Kathryn Lewis | 8 | 4 | 26.7 |

6 | Quinn Hendel | 6 | 2 | 20.7 |

5 | Noah Ledermann | 6 | 2 | 20.7 |

5 | Anna Crain | 2 | 2 | 18.0 |

5 | Ashton Rocke | 2 | 0 | 15.3 |

5 | Caleb Koury | 2 | 0 | 12.0 |

6 | John McCarten | 4 | 2 | 10.7 |

5 | Zoe Lewis | 2 | 0 | 10.7 |

7 | Jonathan Neumann | 2 | 2 | 7.3 |

6 | Gray Gallant | 2 | 2 | 7.3 |

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Grade | Name | P2b | P2c | M2r |

8 | Thomas Hoffman | 6 | 6 | 37.3 |

8 | Nina Kessler | 6 | 10 | 34.0 |

8 | Kallie Frett | 10 | 8 | 33.3 |

8 | Oscar Halverson | 6 | 14 | 32.0 |

8 | Cyrus Martin Risch | 8 | 10 | 32.0 |

8 | Nick Wendt | 8 | 6 | 30.0 |

7 | Shakti Gurung | 10 | 8 | 29.3 |

7 | Stella Warwick | 4 | 6 | 28.7 |

8 | Victoria Dzurilla | 10 | 6 | 28.0 |

7 | Claire Newmark | 8 | 2 | 26.7 |

6 | Luke Reisig | 4 | 6 | 26.0 |

7 | Katherine Meyers | 10 | 2 | 25.3 |

7 | Will Gannon | 6 | 4 | 22.0 |

8 | Sophia Schomer | 6 | 2 | 21.3 |

7 | Lucy Palmer | 2 | 2 | 21.3 |

5 | Tyler Demulling | 4 | 2 | 21.3 |

5 | Will Geddes | 4 | 2 | 20.7 |

7 | Erik Essen | 4 | 2 | 20.3 |

7 | Miles Dunn | 10 | 6 | 19.3 |

8 | Daniella Sanchez | 2 | 2 | 17.3 |

6 | Lucia Schomer | 2 | 0 | 16.7 |

7 | Duy Hoang | 2 | 4 | 15.3 |

5 | Henry Stein | 4 | 0 | 15.3 |

5 | John Joyce | 4 | 2 | 14.0 |

5 | Landon Monsour | 4 | 2 | 14.0 |

5 | Vanshika Pallerla | 2 | 0 | 14.0 |

5 | Jack Grosenick | 4 | 2 | 13.3 |

8 | Tommy Larsen | 4 | 2 | 12.7 |

6 | Elyse Jahn | 4 | 0 | 12.7 |

6 | T J Kronschnabel | 2 | 0 | 12.7 |

5 | Nolan Manternach | 4 | 0 | 11.3 |

7 | Charles Cheesebrough | 2 | 0 | 10.7 |

6 | France Edrian Ditalo | 2 | 0 | 10.0 |

6 | Mia Cheesebrough | 2 | 0 | 9.3 |

6 | Brittany Sanchez | 2 | 0 | 8.7 |

5 | Ellie Ludwig | 2 | 4 | 8.7 |

6 | Yasmin Mahamed | 2 | 0 | 8.0 |

5 | Quinn Fraley | 4 | 0 | 7.3 |

5 | Bennett Fritz | 4 | 0 | 7.3 |

8 | Rediet Dereje | 2 | 0 | 6.7 |

5 | Anna Kessler | 2 | 0 | 5.3 |

5 | Elise Newmark | 2 | 0 | 4.7 |

5 | Edy Halverson | 0 | 2 | 2.7 |

5 | Sahasra Juvva | 0 | 0 | 0.0 |

5 | Ellie Donovan | 0 | 0 | 0.0 |

5 | Samantha Rousu | 0 | 0 | 0.0 |

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- I have been a volunteer chess coach at a local elementary school since 1992. I have developed my own curriculum, some of which you will find at www.chessbybill.blogspot.com I teach chess at 4 schools, at SCA summer camp and I am a tournament advisor for SCA. I love puzzles and games and I am the programmer of the original Oregon Trail computer simulation. I also run two math teams in dist 197 and teach Sunday School. So I keep busy.