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Published: December 27, 2013
Students from McMurray Elementary School recently participated in two Calcu-Solve Tournaments. The sixth-grade team of Chris Neumann, Jon Weir, Owen Barrett and Alex Wang placed first at the California University of Pennsylvania tournament. In addition, Weir finished first in the individual tournament, Barrett was second and Neumann was third. Two teams of sixth-graders also competed in Calcu-Solve at Duquesne University, with the team of Lacey Magulick, Julianna Paul, Landry Oliver and Eric Stricker advancing to the Super Bowl of Calcu-Solve in February. From left are individual winners Barrett, Weir and Neumann.
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