I wanted to pass along to you the Academic Games results from our second tournament, the first one that counts in the official standings (the first tournament is a "practice" tournament).
58 kids from Clague participated and finished with an average of 15.28 per player, good for second place in the tournament, behind a school from Northville, Meads Mill. The lowest possible score for each player is 8, a perfect score is 20. The top score was a 16.45. We finished first in the Top 5 category (take the top five scores from each team) with a perfect 100.
Top scorers (18 or above) included:
Benjamin O (note - we have two Benjamins who both have the same last initial, so I will identify them by their first name and the last letter of the their last name)
Congrats to all the Clague players for a great tournament.