Nineteen schools and 200 students participated in the Math Tournament hosted by Madera County Office of Education and Madera County Schools Foundation Nov. 6 at the Madera Center.
Coarsegold Elementary School’s seventh grade and Rivergold Elementary School’s eighth grade teams won the tournament, with Ranchos Middle School scoring second place and Oak Creek Intermediate School placing third in the seventh grade competition. Mountain Home School Charter’s eighth grade team placed second in the competition and Coarsegold Elementary School placed third at the eighth grade level.
Each grade competed in a separate competition where students took three tests: individual endurance, circuit training and relay race at the Madera Center.
Coarsegold Elementary School placed first in the circuit training seventh grade competition, followed by Thomas Jefferson Middle School and Oak Creek Intermediate School. Coarsegold Elementary School won the eighth grade circuit competition. Rivergold Elementary School placed second and Mountain Home School Charter placed third.
During the relay race, Ranchos Middle School came in first place in the seventh grade competition. Wasuma Elementary School placed second followed by Desmond Middle School. Mountain Home School Charter placed first in the eighth grade competition. Rivergold Elementary School came in second and Ezequiel Tafoya Alvarado Academy placed third.
Sixteen medals were awarded to individual students for the individual endurance test, five bronze, seven silver and four gold.
Megan Ginise: 559-441-6614