Math Masters at W.S. Mount Elementary

The Mount Math Masters teams are pictured here with adviser Linda Earls and their trophies.
The Mount Math Masters teams are pictured here with adviser Linda Earls and their trophies.

W.S. Mount Elementary School’s math team – the Mount Math Masters – once again achieved high scores at this year’s Suffolk County Math Tournament. 

The building’s two teams competed against 55 other Suffolk County teams comprised of fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders in two different categories, individual and team. Both Mount teams competed on the sixth-grade level, even though there were several fourth- and fifth-graders on the rosters. Advancing past this year’s tough competition, the Mount teams earned both first- and third-place trophies at the event.

“This was certainly the most challenging competition we have experienced at the tournament,” said team adviser Linda Earls. “I am delighted with the hard work and dedication the two teams have demonstrated.”

This year’s Mount Math Masters team members included:

First-Place Team:

Matthew Fiorella – sixth-grade

William Sun – sixth-grade

Colin Patton – sixth-grade

Jedidiah Tan – fifth-grade

Alexander Lin – fourth-grade

Third-Place Team:

Keene Lu – sixth-grade

Jonathan Huang – sixth-grade

Alice Liu – fifth-grade

Claire Yang – fourth-grade

Carolyn Liu – fourth-grade

In the individual competition, which included participants from all grade levels, the following students were presented with individual trophies for outstanding scores:

Jonathan Huang (sixth-grade) – Seventh place

Alexander Lin (fourth-grade) – 10th place

Alice Liu (fifth-grade) – Second place

Keene Lu (sixth-grade) – Fifth place

Colin Patton (sixth-grade) – 11th place

William Sun (sixth-grade) – Fourth place



Photo provided by the Three Village Central School District

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