Westminster’s third through eighth grade students dominated the Math Olympics competition held last Friday, March 15. Out of the 35 ribbons available to earn, Westminster students secured 25 of them, including 1st place in 10 of the 12 groups.

In addition to the 1st place ribbons, students earned seven 2nd place ribbons, three 3rd place ribbons, two 4th place ribbons and two 5th place ribbons.

Below is a breakdown of the ribbons earned for each grade level and competition area:

Third Grade Computation

1st place – Andrew Allen (with 85 or more percent correct)

2nd place – Peyton Deep

5th place – James Whitmire

Third Grade Reasoning

1st place – Andrew Mulkey (with 85 or more percent correct)

Fourth Grade Computation

2nd place – Ki Huppert

3rd place- Abi Shannon

Fourth Grade Reasoning

1st place – Aron Bauer (with 85 or more percent correct)

2nd place – Mary Caroline McCormick

4th place – Jackson Bates

Fifth Grade Computation

1st place – Sean Mulkey (with 85 or more percent correct)

4th place – Caelan McKenzie

Fifth Grade Reasoning

1st place – Lexi Farr (with 85 percent or more correct)

Sixth Grade Computation

1st place – Sarah Adams (with 85 or more percent correct)

2nd place – Emma Rasmussen

3rd place – Allie Whitmire

Sixth Grade Reasoning

1st place – Emory Grace Doster (with 85 or more percent correct)

2nd place – Kinley Philips

Seventh Grade Computation

1st place – Lauren McCullough (with 85 or more percent correct)

3rd place – Rachel Synder

Seventh Grade Reasoning

1st place – Jackson Mulkey

2nd place – Katie Autry

Eighth Grade Computation

1st place – Abigail Snyder (with 85 or more percent correct)

2nd place – Emily Moore

Eighth Grade Reasoning

3rd place – Andew Lunceford

5th place – Kindler Norman