For the fifth consecutive year, the Ladue Horton Watkins High School Math Team has placed first in the Missouri Math League Competition.
This year, 23 Missouri high schools competed statewide in six events spread out over the course of a school year. Out of a possible 180 points, Ladue scored 175 points – the most in the last eleven years and the best margin of victory with the second place team (Parkway Central) earning 141 points.
Official Scores for five competitions (sixth was online and didn’t count toward awards):
William Bender (1st in state – 30/30)
Marina Sha (2nd in state – 29/30)
Anthony Wang (3rd in state – 28/30)
Samuel Chen (tie 4th in state – 27/30)
Stephen Jiang (6th in state – 26/30)
Jeremy Ouyang (7th in state – 25/30)
William Pan (tie 9th in state – 22/30)
Jason Ding (tie 9th in state – 22/30)
Megan Ouyang(16th in state – 19/30)