SU Hosts 34th Eastern Shore High School Mathematics Competition
Twenty teams recently competed in the Salisbury University Mathematics and Computer Science Department’s 34th annual Eastern Shore High School Mathematics Competition, sponsored by the Klein G. and Mary Lee Leister Foundation and by Delmarva Power, an Exelon Company.
Cape Henlopen High School captured first place. Members included Emma Ballentine, Megha Patel, Trevor Simmons and Coach Robin Corrozi.
Salisbury Christian School placed second, with team members Olivia Kane, Pritika Papali, Nathan Spicer-Davis (second-place individual winner) and Coach Jim Caverly. Seaford Senior High School placed third, with members Caelan Backus, Jorge Méndez, Ged Pearson and Coach Rony Flechier.
Marvin Li of James M. Bennett High School placed first in the individual competition. Andrew Duck of Parkside High School placed third.
Pictured, from left are Carvel LaCurts of SU’s Mathematics and Computer Science Department; Cape Henlopen High School team members Simmons, Ballentine, Patel and Corrozi; John Petito, public affairs manager at Delmarva Power; and Dr. Jathan Austin of the Mathematics and Computer Science Department.
For more information call 410-543-6030 or visit the SU website at www.salisbury.edu.