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Posted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 12:19 pm | Updated: 12:19 pm, Wed Mar 27, 2013.

The Marin County Office of Education Mathletes Competition held Round Four on Tuesday, March 12 at 4 p.m. at San Jose Middle School in Novato where over 200 students competed.

Seventh and eighth grade teams from 16 Marin County public and private schools participated in the event. Students individually solved five problems and then school grade level teams pulled together to solve an additional five problems.

At the end of Round Four, the following teams were winners: seventh grade first place went to Hall Middle School, second place went to Mill Valley Middle School and third place went to Mount Tamalpais School. Eighth grade first place went to Marin Country Day School, second place went to Hall Middle School and third place went to San Domenico School.

The overall Marin County Mathletes Competition team winners were: seventh grade first place Hall Middle School, second place went to Kent Middle School and Marin Country Day School, and third place went to Mill Valley Middle School and Mount Tamalpais School. Eighth grade winners for eighth grade were first place Marin Country Day School, second place Hall Middle School and third place to San Domenico School.

Sam Lesser, an eighth grader from Marin Country Day School earned a certificate for Perfect Score in all four rounds.

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