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OMS Students Win MATHCOUNTS Compeition

Six Oxford Middle School students won first place in the Northeast Mississippi Region MATHCOUNTS competition. The OMS team competed against students from Tupelo Middle School, Corinth Junior High School, Batesville Junior High School, Burnsville Middle School, and crosstown rival, Lafayette Middle School.
According to teacher and MATHCOUNTS coach, Karen Copple, “OMS has been fortunate to have placed first in the regional competition for many years. It is a national enrichment, club, and competition program which promotes middle school mathematics achievement through grassroots involvement in every U. S. state and territory.”
The team moves on to compete in the state competition on March 22, 2014 at Madison Middle School. Three OMS students also placed in the individual competition.

Pictured left to right: Jamie Torrent – 6th place individual; Anish Ravishankar – 1st place team and 4th place individual; Jeffrey Wang – 1st place team; Isuru Hewamanna – 1st place team; Tamjeed Azad – 3rd place individual; Edward Hu – 1st place team and 1st place individual; Karen Copple – coach.

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