WR Student, FPD Among Math Winners

Jesse Mercer statue

Macon — More than 200 students from 33 high schools throughout Georgia competed in the Mercer University High School Mathematics Tournament Nov. 9 in Macon. Following the competition, Mercer faculty members presented the following awards:

Ciphering Competition

First Place Dustin Bennett Greater Atlanta Christian School, Norcross

Second Place Jack Stahl Pace Academy, Atlanta

Third Place Jordan Lynn Warner Robins High School

Fourth Place Tim Supakorndj Cedar Shoals High School, Athens

Fifth Place Sean Johnston Sprayberry High School, Marietta

Morning Test

First Place David Friend Woodward Academy, College Park

Second Place Ben Bachman Woodward Academy, College Park

Third Place Dustin Bennett Greater Atlanta Christian School, Norcross

Fourth Place Andre Asbury Valdosta High School

Fifth Place Jack Stahl Pace Academy, Atlanta

Team (GISA)

First Place Deerfield-Windsor Albany

Second Place Augusta Preparatory School Martinez

Third Place First Presbyterian Day School Macon

Team (GHSA)

First Place Greater Atlanta Christian School Norcross

Second Place Woodward Academy College Park

Third Place Fayette County Fayetteville

This is the 18th year Mercer University’s College of Liberal Arts has hosted the statewide tournament. More than 200 students, representing 33 high schools throughout Georgia, participated in the event.

Founded in 1833, Mercer University is a 7,300-student, comprehensive, Baptist-affiliated university, offering undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees in the liberal arts, education, engineering, business and economics, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, theology and law.

Mercer University has campuses in Macon and Atlanta and at four extended education centers located in Douglas County, Covington, Griffin and Eastman. The University also operates the Mercer Engineering Research Center in Warner Robins and Mercer University Press in Macon. For the past 13 years, Mercer has been ranked among the leading universities in the South by U.S. News & World Report.

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