5 schools advance in math contest
02/05/2013 11:01 PM
02/06/2013 7:11 AM
FORT WORTH -- Five schools and four individuals have qualified for state after competing in the Fort Worth chapter's MATHCOUNTS contest last weekend at TCU.
Schools advancing to the state meet March 22-23 in Austin include:
Trinity Valley School, Fort Worth -- Brian Liao, Lara Turan, Sean Solomon and Jay Trivedi.
Harmony School of Innovation, Carrollton -- Weiwei Qin, Jash Pujora, Shivam Semwal and Omar Ali.
McLean Middle School, Fort Worth -- Kuan-Wei Huang, Turner Black, Tim Im and Hanwool Yun.
Lamar Middle School, Flower Mound -- Shree Mohan, Uthej Kunamneni, Shardul Gowda and Archana Murthy.
Hillwood Middle School, Keller district -- Adel Hassan, Teja Sanaka, Willy Lin and Edoardo Calvello.
Andrew Lee and Ansun Sujoe, Parkwood Hill Intermediate School, Keller district.
Andrew Ryu, McLean 6th Grade Center, Fort Worth.
Afeefah Syed-Kazi, Harmony School of Innovation, Fort Worth.
The competition is conducted in "bee" style for students who excel in math.
Twenty-nine schools and 210 students competed at TCU.
MATHCOUNTS, in its 30th year, is a national enrichment club and competition that promotes achievement through grassroots involvement.
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