Brunswick's Upper School math team traveled to Shrewsbury High School in Massachusetts to take part in the New England math team competition on Friday, emerging victorious in the small-school division.
Twenty-six schools participated, having qualified through highly distinguished performances in their state meets or local math leagues, and schools are categorized by size — large, medium, and small.
“To date, this is the absolute peak of achievement for Brunswick's Upper School math team, and the six students who represented the school yesterday, along with the entire group of 20 students who are involved in the program, are absolutely delighted,” said coach Michael Allwood.
Brunswick’s team — comprised of Ajay Bagaria ’24, Thomas Ewald ’24, William Ewald ’23, Vikram Sarkar ’26, Andrew Tu ’24, and Jack Whitney-Epstein ’26 — earned a score of 73. In second place was Massachusetts Academy, a math-and-science-focused magnet school, with 57 points, and Hopkins placed third with 53.
The results for all three divisions may be seen here.
Additionally, Brunswick's Vikram Sarkar earned a perfect 18/18, believed to be the first-ever perfect score from a Brunswick student in the New England meet.