Nearly 800 students from 43 Nebraska high schools participated in the 32nd annual Nebraska Math Day on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021, virtually on Zoom, from their classrooms across the state. Two classes of 70 teams participated in five bowl rounds per class.
Math Day 2.1 was the second online bowl tournament and was designed to spark high school students’ interest in math, to encourage them to pursue a career in mathematics or the mathematical sciences, and to recognize outstanding mathematical ability.
This all-day event consisted of the PROBE I individual competition and the fast-paced Math Bowl 2.1 Swiss-system team competition.
Math Bowl Tournament 2.1 results
Competitive Class (34 teams):
Millard North C1 - 1st place
Elkhorn South C2 - 2nd place
Scottsbluff C1 - 3rd place
Omaha Brownell-Talbot C1 - 4th place
Recreational Class (36 teams):
Scottsbluff R2 - 1st place
Bluffs Middle School R1 - 2nd place
Scottsbluff R1 - 3rd place
Lincoln Southwest - 4th place (tie)
Millard South - 4th place (tie)
Congratulations to all of the teams who participated! https://go.unl.edu/md2021results
More details at: https://go.unl.edu/md2021results