WHS earns 2nd place in State Math Meet


Pictured left to right are: Zach Brantmeier, Mina Truesdale, Nicole Sedmak, Colin Chenoweth, Nick Kuzoff, Hunter Martin, Broderick Frye, and Shawn Chan.

Whitewater High School’s varsity math team won 2nd place in Class B for the State Math Meet. 

Several individual team members were recognized for how many points they scored and will receive medals.

Earning Class B First Team All State were Nick Kuzoff (2nd in State), Zach Brantmeier (3rd in State), Mina Truesdale (4th in State), and Hunter Martin (7th in State).

Earning Class B Second Team All State were Colin Chenoweth (8th in State) and Shawn Chan (11th in State). 

Also helping this team with their high achieving result was Nicole Sedmak and Broderick Frye. 

This is the fifth time since 2007 that the team has earned 2nd place and they have earned first place 3 times during that period. 

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