The fifth and final county high school competition was held Saturday at Anne Arundel Community College where 118 students from 15 public and private high schools competed in the last round of 2011.
Severn School took first place on Saturday with Annapolis and Severna Park high schools tied for second place.
The following students got all six questions right on the individual test:
- Luke Hart-Moynihan/ Annapolis High School.
- Mary Kate Montgomery/ Severn School.
- Nick Paskal/ Severna Park High School.
- Logan Crew/ Meade High School.
No team received a perfect score. At the end of the competition there was a relay where teams of four or five students answered five questions. Participants had to pass forward their answer to the next person who would use that answer in solving his problem.
There were two teams that won the relay:
A team from Severna Park and a team from North County
The following is a summary of the winners of the various annual awards distributed on Saturday:
Trophies and certificates for the three top-scoring schools for the year:
First Place: Meade Senior High School (46.00 points)
Second Place: Severna Park High School (45.67 points)
Third Place: Severn School (44.33 points)
The Donald Wertz Memorial Book Awards for the top-scoring individuals for the year:
First Place: Logan Crew of Meade High School.
Second Place: Alex Schulman of Key School.
Third Place: Chris Praley of Severna Park High School.
Fourth Place: Luke Hart-Moynihan of Annapolis High School.
Fifth Place: Daniel Haller of North County High School and Mary Kate Montgomery of Severn School.
Sixth Place: Ryan Sharp of Severn School and Nick Paskal of Severna Park High School and Jon Lin of Severna Park High School
Certificate for the Most Improved Individual: Andrew Durkin of Indian Creek School.
Certificate for the Most Improved School: Meade High School.