Local Elementary Students Shine At Sunshine Match Competition

May 16, 2017

Over 640 students participated in this year’s Sunshine Math Competition recently at  Washington High school. Those 640 students were from 28 schools and were on 54 third grade teams, 53 4th grade teams and 52 fifth grade teams.

“This was the largest Sunshine Math competition yet in Escambia County,” said Tammy Barton, ECSD Math Specialist. “We had so many compete that we had to hold the third grade awards in the auditorium and the students and their families filled the house. Then, the awards for the fourth and fifth grade teams filled the gym.”

Individual winners took home a trophy and members of the team that placed took home medals. All of the participants received certificates to mark the day.

Individual Competition Winners and team members


3rd grade

  • 1st place: Kaleigh Deese—Jim Allen Elementary
  • 2nd place: Ayden Crabtree—Molino Park Elementary
  • 3rd place: Emily Dunlap—Jim Allen Elementary

4th grade

  • 1st place: Beatrice Bunnell—McArthur Elementary
  • 2nd place: Ally Richardson—Bratt Elementary
  • 3rd place: Bailee Luciano—McArthur Elementary

5th Grade

  • 1st place: Bentley Van Pelt—Bratt Elementary
  • 2nd place: Emmalee Bordelon—A.K. Suter Elementary
  • 3rd place: John Thomas Tracy—A.K. Suter Elementary

Team Competition Winners

3rd Grade

  • 1st Place: Molino Park Elementary Team 2
    • Alyssa Brooks, Ayden Crabtree, Austin Jackson, Mary Oliver
  • 2nd Place: N.B. Cook Elementary Team 2
    • Brenden Boyer, Ray Duong, Caleb Sampson, Brody Turner
  • 3rd Place: Scenic Heights Elementary Team 2
    • Christopher Tompkins, Mylo Cox, Faiza Chowhury, Benjamin Riley

4th Grade

  • 1st Place: Scenic Heights Elementary Team 1
    • Zachary Loftus, Freyja Van Hoose, Kevin Jones, Abby Urnowey
  • 2nd Place: McArthur Elementary Team 2
    • Beatrice Bunnell, Bailee Luciano, Heidi Lynn, Megan Nolan
  • 3rd Place: Cordova Park Elementary Team 2
    • Wyatt Hart, Brooks Lurton, Zachary Peterson, Lucy Adams Stevenson

5th Grade

  • 1st Place: Scenic Heights Elementary Team 1
    • Finlee Jenkins, Makayla Johnson, Justin Casler, Coby Lin
  • 2nd Place: Cordova Park Elementary Team 2
    • Tony Lipnicky, William Flores, William Westerheim, Connor Kane
  • 3rd Place: A.K. Suter Elementary Team 2
    • John Thomas Tracy, Londynn Amos-Roberts, Madelyn Vowell, Terry Brooks

Above: Bratt Elementary team members.

Above: First place individual fifth grade winner Bentley Van Pelt from Bratt Elementary.

Above : Second place fourth grade individual winner Ally Richardson from Bratt Elementary.

Above: Molino Park  team members.

Pictured above: Molino Park Elementary school winners.

Above: Jim Allen team members.

Above: Jim Allen Elementary individual award winners Kaleigh Deese. first place third grade individual, and Emily Dunlap, 3rd place third grade individual.

Above: Jim Allen Elementary team members.

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Comments

7 Responses to “Local Elementary Students Shine At Sunshine Match Competition”

  1. Rebecca G Payne on May 22nd, 2017 2:19 am

    Congratulations to you all. You winners just by being there. Love you Madison. Your Proud Mama

  2. Robert Mccann on May 19th, 2017 12:05 am

    Great job jasmine zisa. Proud of you. 3rd grade.

  3. Paula Faulkner on May 18th, 2017 7:07 am

    Super job Noah!

  4. Angela Shipps on May 17th, 2017 9:47 am

    Congratulations to Ayden Crabtree!! I know your mommy is so proud. I can’t believe how much you have grown. But I knew you was going to be a very smart and bright child. So proud of you. Love always Ms. Angela from The Gym.

  5. veronica nowling on May 17th, 2017 7:09 am

    Proud of our Noah :)

  6. Cindy on May 16th, 2017 10:29 am

    Congratulations Bentley!!

  7. steve richardson on May 16th, 2017 8:27 am

    Daddy is very proud of you Ally Bama Richardson. You make us so proud. Love you BIG BIG BIG





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