Competing at the SCA Math and Science Relays last week were, front row from left, Adrian Fleetwood, Maggie Wells, Adam Block, Netanya Supancic, Zach Jacobs, Lindsey Carr and Lydia Randleman; second row, Dalton Carder, Tara Scott, Grace Shockley, Hannah Randleman, Irish Pitt, Alyssa Matherly and Kayleigh Shelton; back row, Jaydra Johnson, Forest Swisher, Josh Reese, Dallas Palmer, Logan Miller, Tytus Atkins and Marissa Mathews.
The South Central Association Math and Science Relays were held at Thayer High School on Thursday, March 2, at 4:00 p.m. Cabool High School teachers Brian Thiele and Brandon Snow brought 21 of their top math and science students of Cabool to compete among students from other SCA schools.
Cabool placed 13 times in the top 10 of the individual contests.
In addition, CHS also placed in the Junior Team Contest, earning a second place medal. Team members were Josh Reese, Marissa Mathews, Dalton Carder and Dallas Palmer.
Individual awards winners were:
Irish Pitt, seventh place, Algebra I
Jaydra Johnson, eighth place, Algebra II
Zach Jacobs, third place, Measurements
Kayleigh Shelton, tenth place, Measurements
Dallas Palmer, fourth place, Trigonometry
Dalton Carder, eighth place, Trigonometry
Dallas Palmer, tenth place, Chemistry I
Dallas Palmer, sixth place, Chemistry 2
Jaydra Johnson, third place, Biology I
Adam Block, ninth place, Physics
Netanya Supancic, tenth place, Physical Science
Jaydra Johnson, ninth place, Geometry
Hannah Randleman, fourth place, Anatomy & Physiology
News Article By: The Cabool Enterprise