LYNDON CENTER -- The Northeast Vermont Chapter of MATHCOUNTS held its annual competition at Lyndon State College on Feb. 9. Twenty five middle school students from five schools participated. Students competed individually and in teams, in written and fast-paced oral matches, on subjects that include probability, statistics, algebra, number theory and geometry.

Lyndon Town School took first place in the team competition. Coach Kandi Greaves has developed a winning strategy that has lead to their second second win in as many years. Thaddeus Stephens School is coached by Jonathan Snyder. Third place went to the team from Miller's Run School coached by Patrick Ham. Also participating were St. Paul's Catholic School, coached by Madalyn Ledoux and Danville School, coached by Tiffany Santy and assistant coach Brady Rainville.

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