The annual Lutheran Elementary School Math Meet for grades 5-8 held was held at Lakeside Lutheran on April 24. This year 14 of its federated schools participated. The 269 students in this year’s competition wrote three individual tests to place individually in their own grade levels. Top scorers in each of the grade levels (grades 5-8) received a $100.00 tuition credit should they decide to attend Lakeside.
Meet the winners:
5-6 graders from Eastside, Madison, earned the first place team award in the large school division. Back from left Kourtney Zech, Easton Wolfram, Ethan Berens. (Front, from left) Grace Zhou, Mason Berens, Tyler Dretske.
5-6th graders from Our Redeemer earned the first place team award in the small school division. Team members include (not in order): Tyler Dahlie, Ruby Nerothin, Jonah Greve, Libby Jones, Makayla Hunter, Ellie Tuttle
7-8 graders from St. John, Juneau, earned the first place team award in the small school division. The team was made up of Owen Schultz, Olivia Passig, Laura Giroux, Grace Cody, Erin Schmidt, and John Schramek.
TSL 7-8 graders earned the first place team award in the large school division at the Lakeside math meet. Team members include (back from left) Sophia Bittorf, Joah Tratar, and Isaac Winters. (front, from left) Hadley Wendorff, Brandon Mensching, and Ben Vasold.
Individual fifth-grade winners: (from left) Mason Berens (1st, Eastside), Tyler Dretske (2nd, Eastside) Micah Frank (3rd, TSL).
Individual sixth-grade winners: (Back, from left) Natalie Clark (1st, SPL), Nolan Schweighardt (1st, SPL), and Joseph Metzger (3rd, SPL), and Max Luedtke (3rd, St. Stephen). (Front, from left) Easton Wolfram (1st, Eastside), Tessa Schmocker (1st, St. Paul Fort), Josh Kutz (1st, SPL), Lilly Fister (2nd, St. Stephen), Kayla Hirschfeld (3rd SPL), and Elijah Vik (3rd, St. Paul Fort)
Individual seventh-grade winners: (from left) Heidi Schwertfeger (3rd, Eastside), Mikaela Koester (2nd, St. Paul Fort), Brandon Mensching (1st, TSL).
Individual eighth grade winners: (from left) Isaac Winters (1st, TSL), Hadley Wendorff (2nd, TSL), Ben Buxa (2nd, SPL), and James DeNoyer (3rd, Crown of Life)