Category Archives: NEML

NEML ’21-’22 Results!

The final results are in!

The Williston Math Team finished 15th out of 119 teams in New England!

Overall, 41 Williston students compete this year!

Here are Williston’s top 10 finishers:

1st = Jack Berrien (27 points)
2nd = Shuei Harada, Jeffrey Warner (25 points)
4th = Jerry Landman, Bruton Strange (23 points)
6th = Getchell Gibbons (22 points)
7th = Francis Cataldo (21 points)
8th = Anita Hua, Joe Zhou (18 points)
10th = Alan Rodal (17 points)

Here are Williston’s top finishers by grade:

2022: 1st = Jerry Landman & Bruton Strange, 3rd = Francis Cataldo
2023: 1st = Shuei Harada, 2nd = Getchell Gibbons, 3rd = Shirley Shi
2024: 1st = Jeffrey Warner, 2nd = Joe Zhou, 3rd = Jonah Berry Brown
2025: 1st = Jack Berrien, 2nd = Dionysus Lively, 3rd = Edmon Tong
2027: 1st = Leo Ahtaridis

Go Wildcats!

New England Math League 7th + 8th Results!

The NEML7+8 results just came in!

Our 7th graders earned a team score of 104 which earned them the 10th place team finish in all of New England and 4th place in the region!

Our 8th graders earned a team score of 103 which earned them the 25th place team finish in all of New England!

These are the highest team finishes ever for Williston!

Also… 7th grader Leo Ahtaridis earned 15th place out of all 7th graders in New England!

Go Wilcats!

NEML 3 Results 21-22!

24 students sat for the 2nd round of the New England Math League!

On the hardest round yet the team finished with an average individual score of 2.46 and a team score of 21!

Here are the top finishers by grade:

  • 12th – 4 points – Bruton Strange, Juanes Vargas, Jerry Landma, Anita Hua, Alan Rodal
  • 11th – 5 points – Shuei Harada
  • 10th – 4 points – Jeffrey Warner
  • 9th – 3 points – Jack Berrien, Dionysus Lively
  • 7th – 2 points – Leo Ahtaridis

The fourth round of the New England Math League will take place on Thursday, January 13th in Schoolhouse 25! Anyone at any level of math is welcome to compete! The competition lasts 30 minutes, you may use a calculator, and you must begin before 3:15pm.

The team score (21) is the sum of our top 5 scores:

  • 5 points: Shuei Harada
  • 4 points: Bruton Strange, Juanes Vargas, Jerry Landman, Anita Hua, Alan Rodal, Jeffrey Warner

Here are our team’s individual high scorers after 3 rounds:

14 points – Jack Berrien
13 points – Shuei Harada, Bruton Strange
12 points – Juanes Vargas
11 points – Jerry Landman, Jeffrey Warner, Joe Zhou
10 points – Anita Hua, Alan Rodal, Francis Cataldo
9 points – Dionysus Lively, Leo Ahtaridis, Shirley Shi, Getchell Gibbons

NEML 2 Results 21-22!

34 students sat for the 2nd round of the New England Math League!

The team finished with an average individual score of 2.97 and a team score of 26!

A huge congrats to Jack Berrien for earning our team’s first perfect individual round score!

Jack Berrien ’25

Here are the top finishers by grade:

  • 12th – 5 points – Francis Cataldo, Juanes Vargas
  • 11th – 5 points – Getchell Gibbons, Shuei Harada
  • 10th – 4 points – Joe Zhoe
  • 9th – 6 points – Jack Berrien
  • 7th – 2 points – Leo Ahtaridis

The third round of the New England Math League will take place on Thursday, December 2nd in Schoolhouse 25! Anyone at any level of math is welcome to compete! The competition lasts 30 minutes, you may use a calculator, and you must begin before 3:15pm.

The team score (26) is the sum of our top 5 scoring students:

  • 6 points: Jack Berrien
  • 5 points: Francis Cataldo, Juanes Vargas, Getchell Gibbons, Shuei Harada

NEML 1 Results 21-22!

An all-time high of 42 students sat for the 1st round of the New England Math League!

NEML #1

The team finished with an average individual score of 2.55 and a team score of 22!

Here are the top finishers by grade:

  • 12th – 5 points – Bruton Strange
  • 11th – 3 points – Connor Capshaw, Getchell Gibbons, Shuei Harada, Shirley Shi
  • 10th – 4 points – Jeffrey Warner
  • 9th – 5 points – Jack Berrien
  • 7th – 4 points – Leo Ahtaridis

The second round of the New England Math League takes place on Thursday, November 4th in Schoolhouse 25! Anyone at any level of math is welcome to compete! The competition lasts 30 minutes, you may use a calculator, and you must begin before 3:15pm.

Our team score is the sum of our top 5 scoring students:

  • 5 points: Bruton Strange, Jack Berrien
  • 4 points: Sarah Markey, Sofia Michalski, Vishal Remvelu, Frannie Cataldo, Joe Zhou, Jeffrey Warner, Leo Ahtardis

New England Math League 21-22!

NEML fun!

The NEML is a 6-round individual math competition. Each round consists of 6 questions that are each worth 1 point. Topics range from Algebra 1 to Trigonometry. A sample contest can be found here.

Anyone at ANY level of math is welcome to compete!

This year the rounds will run on:

  • Round 1 = Thursday, October 21st, 2021
  • Round 2 = Thursday, November 4th, 2021
  • Round 3 = Thursday, December 2nd, 2021
  • Round 4 = Thursday, January 13th, 2022
  • Round 5 = Thursday, February 10th, 2022
  • Round 6 = Tuesday, March 22nd, 2022

Each round takes places in Schoolhouse 25, lasts 30 minutes and participants may use a calculator.

Participants may begin any time between 2:45 and 3:15pm on competition days.

No sign ups are needed. Just show up at Schoolhouse 25 with a pencil and a calculator!

Each round our team score is the sum of our top 5 individual scores.

This year prizes will be awarded to the top finishers from each grade at Williston!

’20-’21 New England Math League Final Standings

The ’20-’21 NEML is now complete! After 6 thrilling rounds, Williston finished 16th out of 76 schools!

Please join me in congratulating the whole team!

Here are the top-scoring schools:

Here are Williston’s overall top scoring students:

Here are the top 3 Williston finishers by grade:

2021: Anfisa Bogdanenko, Na Kyung Lee, Kenshin Kadoya

2022: Vishal Ramvelu, Anita Hua, Francis Cataldo

2023: Avi Falk, Olivia Lu, Louisa Coughlin

2024: Joe Zhou, Crystal Tan, Charlotte Zeng

2025: Jack Berrien

Yahya and Jack score big! Ji Soo begins the USAMO!

The results are in from the 7th and 8th grade rounds of the New England Math League!

Yahya Wilson ’26 finished 6th in the 7th grade division and Jack Berrien ’25 finished 28th in the 8th grade! [Competitors from 30 schools from all around New England participated.]

Congratulations Yahya and Jack!

Ji Soo Hwang ’21 began the two-day USA Math Olympiad today. Each day she will have 4.5 hours to work on three proof-based problems. Good luck Ji Soo!

Ji Soo!