Season wrapping up for BUHS Mathletes
JV finish the year in 2nd place, Varsity has one meet remaining.
The Bishop Varsity Mathletes competed in Trona on March 18, 2015 and brought home a second place finish out of the 11 competing schools and over 80 students. The Mathletes compete by individually solving ten difficult math problems in a timed setting along with one team problem. Eleven schools from throughout the league compete, including Tehachapi, Desert, Rosamond and Kern Valley.
Bishop scored 21 points, led by six points each from senior Olivia Grah and junior Jamie Shultz. Their scores earned them a tie for third place in the meet’s individual results. David Chavez, Logan Stephenson, and Robbie Moore earned three points each, and Ethan Lamb, William Moore, and Hannah Murray also contributed points.
The Mathletes have one meet left in the year, which will be held at BUHS on April 29, 2015. They are coached by BUHS math teacher Mrs. DeeDee Buchholz.
JV Finish the year in 2nd place
Congrats to Bishop High School JV Mathletes for earning second overall in the League. They competed in four meets against ten schools. Over one hundred freshman and sophomores compete at each meet where the Mathletes complete ten rigorous math problems along with one team problem. All Mathletes show high character and are proud of representing Bishop in the “Bronco Way”. “This is a great team” says coach DeeDee Buchholz. “They work hard, try their best and are very bright. These Mathletes have a great attitude and they remind me daily why I love my job!”
Top honors for the JV Mathletes include Duncan Reid who earned 1st place overall in the league for his individual score of 28 points, Sam Hess and Jim Tomasek earned 7th place for their individual scores of 17 points and Liam Grah who earned 14th place for his score of 15 points. Zoe Anderson, Makayla McDevitt, Chet Shultz, Maddie Tomasek, Dezert Kiddoo, Dani DeRousseau, Rowan Benson, Emily Ball, Alan Torres and Dylan Fitt also contributed to the team this year. Bishop Mathletes are a competitive bunch and are willing to work hard to bring home first place next year. Go Broncos, we are proud of you!