Winners 1994 to 2003

1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003

1994
In the Olympiad, where the same problems are offered to every participant, from a junior high school student to senior, it is remarkable when a younger student wins. It is especially admirable when the winner is a ninth-grader. The winner of this year Olympiad is the youngest of all eleven years of the competition, a freshman from the class of Mrs. Maculus at Bear Creak High School, Travis Kopp. He solved almost perfectly all problems of the competition, except for the easiest problem 1. At the April 29, 1994 Award Presentation Ceremony Travis will receive first prize, which includes a gold medal, $1,000 scholarship, the set of three autographed books by Alexander Soifer, a $240 Hewlett-Packard graphing calculator, a $25 book gift certificate, and University and City memorabilia. He will also receive a creativity award.

Second prizes will be awarded to three contestants: Lawrence J. Smith, a senior from Palmer, Jenifer Wilkes, a sophomore from Liberty, and Scott Mayer, a junior from Fort Collins. Each of them will receive a silver medal, a $300 scholarship, a $240 Hewlett-Packard graphing calculator, a $25 book certificate, and University and City memorabilia.

Third prizes will be presented to the following eight participants: Mark Friedberg, a junior, Dan Wright, a sophomore, Steve Shell, a freshman, and Jonah Sheridan – all from Palmer; Ben Tsai, a freshman from Cherry Creek; Matt Baumgart, a junior from Araphahoe; Dave Kast and Kieth Buck, both seniors from Heritage. Each of them will receive a bronze medal, CASIO graphing calculator, and University and City memorabilia

In addition to the above, each of the first, second and third prize winners will receive a new book by Alexander Soifer Colorado Mathematical Olympiad: The First Ten Years and Further Explorations as soon as it will become available in Yune, 1994. They are also invited by General Hoerner to take a tour of NORAD in Cheyenne Mountain.

Fourth prizes will be awarded to the following seven students: John Crockett, a 7th grader from Sabin Jr. High, Paul Friedberg, a senior form Palmer, Chris Wang, a junior from Air Academy, John Spivey, also from Air Academy, Erik Arentzen, a junior from Cherry Creek, Ben Olmstead, a freshman from Wheatridge, and Brian Joseph Brisnehan a senior from Heritage. Each of them will receive a CASIO or TI graphing calculator, a United States Space Foundation poster, and City memorabilia.

Seventeen first honorable mentions will be awarded to the following students: Scott Borger, a senior, Debra Habben, a senior, Catherine Williams, a junior, Corey Bruns, a freshman, and Lilach Somberg – all from Palmer; John Rondano, a senior, and Maria Grundmann, a junior – both from Cheyenne Mountain; Eric Martin, a junior, Van Butler, a senior, David Fry, a sophomore, and Nathan Seldomridge, a junior – all from Air Academy; Chris Garcia, a junior, and Forrest Brinker, a freshman – both from Ponderosa; Michael Hupp and Jason August, both seniors from Heritage; Klaus Georg, a freshman from Fort Collins; and Kimberly Wain, a junior from Douglas County. Each of them will receive a Hewlett-Packard HP 32SII calculator.

Sixty second honorable mentions will be awarded to the folloing students: Jackson Carpenter, a freshman from Ponderosa; Jonny Riegel, a 7th grader from Place Middle School; Kevin Lundmark, a senior from Coronado; Tiffany Hall, a sophomore, Kyle Vaupel, a freshman, Brian Frutchey, a sophomore, Benjamin Freeman, a junior, David Right, a senior – all from Palmer; Tia Estey, a junior, and Eric Darling, a sophomore – both from Cheyenne Mountain; Ryan France, Curtis Barrett, Kevin Fuller and Eric Skinner – all 9th graders attending Cheyenne Mountain Junior High; Nate Moore and Jerry Tolzman – both sophomores from Manitou; Giavinh Pham, a junior, and Dong Yu, a sophomore – both from Harrison; Christopher Nye, a senior from Sierra; Sivi Bakthavachalam, a junior, Sam Hazlehurst, a junior, Shawn Peach, a sophomore, Nick Lundberg, a freshman, Leslie Sponder, a freshman, Andy Hoke, a freshman, Michael Spencer, a junior, Matt Kulbacki, a junior, Stacy Klingler, a senior, Laura Austgen, a senior, Andrew Larned, a sophomore, and Matt Ewell, a sophomore – all from Air Academy; Shane Holloway, a 8th grader from Eagleview Middle School; Jeremy Griffith, a senior, David Imboden, a junior, Rick Wuter, a junior, Christopher Slade, a sophomore, and Bryan J. Grissom, a senior – all from Liberty; Luke Hoppe and Jason Jaramillo – both juniors from Widefield; Danny Hsu, a senior from Cherry Creek; Shawn William, a senior from Brush; Mark Anderson, a junior, Nate King, a freshman, Matt Yarrison, a sophomore, Mathew Mendez, a junior, Shaun Carney, a junior, and G. R. Brushaber, a sophomore, and Ted Martin, a freshman – all from Ponderosa; Scott Duckworth, a senior from Longmont; Ingrid Ulbrich from Niwot; Jonathan Peeters, a sophomore, David Carroll , a senior, and Dan Padgett, a sophomore – all from Arapahoe; Ginessa Rhue, a sophomore, and Kim Fenn, a sophomore – both from Douglas County; David Sedarsky, a junio, and Roxanna Swartz, a sophomore – both from Crowley County; John Pillmore, a sophomore from Longmont High; Michael Rector, a junior, and Kevin Wiatrowski, a junior – both from Woodland Park. Each of them will receive an Award Certificate, a book How to Draw a Strait Line, and an Olympiad button.

Literary award will be presented to Shawn Peach from Air Academy.
Art award will be given to John Rondano from Cheyenne Mountain.

1995
Travis has become the winner of the Olympiad for the second straight year. He is a sophomore from a class of Mrs. Tammy Maculus at Bear Creak High School. At the May 5, 1995 Award Presentation Ceremony Travis will receive first prize, which includes a gold medal, $1,000 scholarship, a Hewlett-Packard graphing calculator with an infrared printer, a book Colorado Springs – Newport of the Rockies by ....... and City and Olympiad memorabilia.

Second year in the row second prize will be awarded to Scott Mayer, a junior from a class of Kevin Follet at Fort Collins High School. He will receive a silver medal, a $300 scholarship, a Hewlett-Packard graphing calculator, a book by ............ and City and Olympiad memorabilia.

Third prizes will be presented to the following two contestants, both from classes of ... Sawtelle at Palmer High School: Mark Friedberg, a sophomore, and Dan Wright, a junior. Each of them will receive a bronze medal, a Hewlett-Packard graphing calculator and City and Olympiad memorabilia.

The following 25 contestants, two of which are just six-graders, will be awarded first honorable mention: Klaus Georg, a sophmore from Fort Collins High School; Shauwn Peach, a junior from Air Academy High School;

Each of them will receive a Texas Instrument graphing calculator or a Hewlett-Packard scientific calculator, and a book Colorado Mathematical Olympiad: The First Ten Years and Further Explorations by Alexander Soifer and City and Olympiad memorabilia.

1996

The winner of this year Olympiad is Steve Schell, a junior from the class of John Wicklund at Doherty High School. At the April 26, 1996 Award Presentation Ceremony Steve will receive first prize, which includes a gold medal, Power Macintosh Computer made here in Fountain, Colorado and donated by Apple Computer, and the book Colorado Mathematical Olympiad: The First Ten Years and Further Explorations by Alexander Soifer.

Second prizes will be awarded to two contestants: Daniel Wright, a senior from Palmer High School and Linda Lin from Fort Collins High School. Each of them will receive a silver medal, a $650 scholarship, Texas Instruments valuable TI-92 super calculator, and the Olympiad book by A. Soifer. Linda will also receive a collector’s Cray Computer paper weight with a gallium chip inside. We present it to her as the only contestant to substantially advance in the solution of the most difficult problem “So Close, Faraway!” (so much for a thesis that girls do not make fine mathematicians!):

Third prizes will be presented to the following four participants: Andy Hoke, a junior, Air Academy High School; Nick Sanford, a sophomore, Fountain-Fort Carson High School; Jerry Tolzman, a senior, Manitou Springs High School; and Forrest Brinker, a junior, Ponderosa High School. Each of them will receive a bronze medal of the Olympiad, top of the line Hewlett-Packard 48G calculator and the Olympiad book by A. Soifer.

Fourth prizes will be awarded to the following three students: Shaun Lunsford, a freshman, Air Academy High School; Nathan Ickes, Fort Collins High School; and John Crockett, a freshman, Doherty High School. Each of them will receive a Hewlett-Packard 48G calculator.

First honorable mentions will be awarded to the following thirty two contestants: David Fry, Shawn Peach, Ben Coates, Klaus Georg, Kelsy Mohler, Beth Oliver, Shane Holloway, David Hahn, Nathan Liefer, Matt Ewell, Michelle Bohren, Michael Rollin, Danny Herrmann, Paul Jensen, Stefan Martin, Chris Healer, Min Soo Na, Suzanne Clayton, Eric Skinner, Josh Snyder, Andy Janiszewski, Ryan Brooks, Briana Burns, Leslie Sponder, Yogesh More, Charlie O’Keefe, R. Macgregor Wolstenholme, Scott Eskridge, Edward Rehkopf, Ethan Haynes, Guy Somberg, and Crystal Dodge. Each of them will receive a fine calculator by Hewlett-Packard, Texas Instruments or Casio.

Second honorable mentions will be awarded to the following seventy contestants: Joseph Alberto, James DeFrank IV, Annie Peak, Branden Cord, Sean Pompea, Gabriel Black, Alex Winograd, Emily Houlik, Robert Thompson, Darren Wright, Kyle Graba, Christine Skinner, Nathan Smith, Eric Darling, Chad Seldomridge, Brandon Charman, John Bartocci, Aaron Parsons, Luke Baker, Sonja Madera, David Billingham, Young Shen, Mitch Miller, Jennifer Wilkes, Jeff Hopper, Bobby Smith, Kate Faatz, Sid Nargurdkar, Josh Strahan, Randy Davis, Thai Le, Ryan Cabell, Jared Wikler, Adrienne Bennett, Mary Beth Davenport, Carl Meese, Kelly Anderson, Jimmy Trask, Tim Thiele, Allen Johnson, Curtis Barrett, Nate King, Josh Bean, Brad Kattelmann, Christopher D Smith, Matthew Spink, Chris Born, Jules VanDersarl, Zach Kral, Eve Lamborn, Paul Henry, Jack Elston, Holly Rothe, Bill Bixby, Joshua Nunn, Julie Alldredge, James Coon, Eran Rozewski, Derek Bratton, Stephanie Marek, Jackie Bott, Nathan Rakickas, Matt Melius, Savanna Nilsen, Melody Gheen, Ryan Crockett, Tamara Harrison, Kyle Fruh, Ron Alford, Kelly Jones.

This year we had a guest contestant Tarik Kabil from Bosnia, who will be presented an Appreciation of the Judges certificate.

1997

Steven Schell, a senior from the class of John Wicklund at Doherty High School has won first prize for the second consecutive year. At the May 17, 1997 Award Presentation Ceremony Steve will receive a gold medal of the Olympiad, Power Macintosh Computer made here in Fountain by SCI Systems, and donated by SCI and Apple Computer, and the book Colorado Mathematical Olympiad: The First Ten Years and Further Explorations by Alexander Soifer.

Second prize will be awarded to Aaron Parsons of Rangely High School. He will receive a silver medal, a $600 scholarship, Hewlett-Packard 48G calculator with infra-red printer, and the Olympiad book by A. Soifer.

Third prizes will be presented to the following two participants: John Batchelder, a sophomore form Columbine High School in Littleton; and John Crockett, a sophomore from Doherty High School. Each of them will receive a bronze medal of the Olympiad, a $300 scholarship, Hewlett-Packard 48G calculator and the Olympiad book by A. Soifer.

Fourth prizes will be awarded to the following two students: Paul Friedberg, a senior from Palmer High School; and Nick Sanford, a junior from Fountain/Fort Carson High School. Each of them will receive a Hewlett-Packard 48G calculator and the Olympiad book by A. Soifer.

First honorable mentions will be awarded to the following nineteen contestants: John Bartucci from Liberty High School; Chad Goevzen from Palmer High School; Brandon Cord, Trent Young, Julie Steinbrenner, all from Ponderosa High School in Parker; James Allred, Jessica Greer,Aaron Kistenmacher, all from Rangely High School; Jules VanDersarl, Nathan Jarrett, Grant Foy,Shane Holloway,Andy Hoke, all Air Academy High School; Edward Rehkopf, from Ellicott High School;Matthew Iyer, from Fort Collins High School; Su Kim, from Skyview High School in Thornton; Charlie O'Keefe, from Arapahoe High School; Josh Wells, from Cheyenne Mountain High School; and Ken Brazier, from Woodland Park. Each of them will receive a fine calculator by Hewlett-Packard, Texas Instruments or Casio.

Second honorable mentions will be awarded to the following sixteen contestants: Jack Elston, from Ponderosa High School; Nicolai Korff, from Sierra High School; Michael Rollin, from Fort Collins High School; Matthew Bondurant, Nick Kocivk, Simone Aiken, all from Cheyenne Mountain High School; Reggie Kerr, from Fountain/Fort Carson High School; Siddhartha Nargundkar, Ryan Egan, Ray Allard, all from Liberty High School; Kevin Young, from Rangely High School; Danielle Watz,Corey Lang, both from Air Academy High School; Casey Mallette, from Coronado High School; Matt Schoolmaster,Corey Bruns, both from Palmer High School. Each of them will receive a scientific calculator by Casio or Texas Instruments.

Literary prize will be awarded to Claire Darby, from Air Academy High School.


1998
In a unprecedented show of talent, FOUR contestants each solved four and a half problems out of five (only Olde Victorian problem 5(b) survived all attempts). Each of them will be awarded FIRST PRIZE. They are Benjamin Coates, a senior student of Mrs. Terry Sloan from Manitou Springs High School, Aaron Parsons, a senior student of Melvin Oliver from Rangely High School, John Batchelder, a junior student of Dean Rockwell from Columbine High School, and John Crockett, a junior student of John Wicklund from Doherty High School.

Benjamin will receive a Compaq computer, while Aaron and the two Johns will receive each $1,000 scholarship to be used at any certified American university of a four-year college. Each of the four winners will receive a gold medal of the Olympiad, the book Colorado Mathematical Olympiad: The First Ten Years and Further Explorations by Alexander Soifer, and a Hewlett-Packard 48G calculator. Benjamin will also receive three other books by Alexander Soifer as a Creativity Award, for being the only contestant to observe a reduction of problem 3(b) to problem 3(a). (* See Teacher Achievement Awards below.)

SECOND PRIZE will be awarded to Yogesh More, a junior from George Washington High School. He will receive a silver medal of the Olympiad, Hewlett-Packard 48G calculator with infra-red printer, and the Olympiad book by A. Soifer.

THIRD PRIZE will be shared by three competitors: Joseph Alberto, a senior from Ellicott High School; Egon Cohen, a seventh grader [!] who takes math at Cherry Creek High School, and Tim Thiele, a senior from Fountain-Fort Carson High School. Each of them will receive a bronze medal of the Olympiad, a Hewlett-Packard 48G calculator and the Olympiad book by A. Soifer. For such a high achievement at such a record young age Egon will also be given a few “toys”: memorabilia of Colorado Springs, CU and US Space Command.

FIRST HONORABLE MENTION will be awarded to the following eighteen contestants: Nick Sanford, a senior from Fountain-Fort Carson High School; James Allred, a sophomore, Jessica Greer, a sophomore, Dan Attanucci, a sophomore, and Aaron Kistenmacher, a junior -- all from Rangely High School; Chad Goerzen, a senior, Darren Wright, a junior, Elizabeth Labarre, a junior, and Sid Nargundkan, a senior -- all from Palmer High School; Branden Cord, a senior from Ponderosa High School; Jimmy O'Keefe, a freshman, James Caroll, a freshman, and Ryan Cabell, a senior -- all from Arapahoe High School; Manfred Georg, a sophomore, and Steve DiVerdi, a senior -- both from Fort Collins High School; John Bartocci, a senior from Liberty High School; Ken Brazier, a junior from Woodland Park High School, and David Runion, a junior from Manitou Springs High School. Each of them will receive a fine calculator by Hewlett-Packard, Texas Instruments or Casio.

SECOND HONORABLE MENTION will be awarded to the following sixty-five students: Brian Stewart, a junior, Sarah Crookston, a sophomore, and Rebecca White, a sophomore -- all from Rangely High School; Ryan McKeel, a freshman, Rachel Adams, a freshman, Danny Smith, a sophomore, Matthew Lee-Ashley, a junior, Julie Baker, a junior, Guy Somberg, a senior, Jeff Curton, a junior, Adam Bolt, a sophomore, Matthew Spink, a senior, Christie Caplinger, a junior -- all from Palmer High School; Ryan Crockett, a sophomore, Elizabeth MacWilliams-Brooks, a junior, and Michael Inman, a junior -- all from Doherty High School; Bill Bixby, a freshman, Ron Alford, a senior, Robby Thompson, a senior, Shane Frank, a senior, Zach McComsey, a junior, Ryan Gardner, a freshman, Halley Fitzpatrick, a junior, David Lavinder, a junior, Crystel Dodge, a senior, Adam M. Haman, a senior, Felicity May, a senior, Julie Steinbrenner, a senior, and Andrew Prevot, a freshman -- all from Ponderosa High School; Giulia Salieri, a senior from Canon City High School; Derell Kingrey, a junior from Adam City High School; Heather Gneiting, a seventh-grader from Parker Vista Middle School; Charlie O'Keefe, a junior from Arapahoe High School; Colin Huerter, a seventh-grader, and Pascal Getreuer, an eighth-grader -- both from Irving Middle School; Tony Martino, a sophomore, Ed Plute, a sophomore, Keith Snively, a senior, Chris Wierman, a sophomore, and Alayne Brown, a junior -- all from Coronado High School; Tisa Foster, a freshman from Manitou Springs High School; Edward E. Rekhopf, a senior from Ellicott High School; Beth Tsai, a senior, Brian McCloskey, a junior, and Patrick J. Codd, a sophomore -- all from Fort Collins High School; Shane Holloway, a senior from Air Academy High School; Nathan Lubchenco, a sophomore, Kirk Moore, a senior, and Phillip Bugenhagen, a junior -- all from Big Sandy High School; Peter Wood, a senior from Harrison High School; Michael Painter, a junior, and Stephan O’Shaughnessy, a junior – both from Falcon High School; David Everett, a junior, Betty Kung, a freshman, and Joshua Thompson, a freshman -- all from Sierra High School; Michaeljohn Clement, a junior from Woodland Park High School; Michelle Bohren, a junior from Durango High School; Reggie Kerr, a sophomore from Fountain-Fort Carson High School; Mark Bedford, a senior from Gateway; Brian Young, an eighth-grader, and Kevin Anderson, an eighth-grader – both from Castle Rock Middle School; Jon White, a junior from Mitchell High School; Richard Fiorillo, a junior from Mesa Ridge; Jacob Hanson, a junior from Cheyenne Mountain High School, and Shravan Nurgundkar, an eighth-grader from Timberview Middle School. Each of them will receive a scientific calculator by Casio or Texas Instruments.

POLITICAL CARTOON AWARD will be presented to Mark Soifer, a junior from Palmer High School, for his assessment of political climate in Washington, DC. Elisa Evans, a home schooled eighth grader from Calhan, will receive LITERARY AWARD for her two poems.

1999
First Prize will be awarded to Yogesh More, a senior from George Washington High School in Denver. Yogesh will receive a gold medal of the Olympiad, a graphing calculator, the book Geometric Etudes in Combinatorial Mathematics by Alexander Soifer, and a $2,000 scholarship to be used at any certified American university or four-year college. Yogesh was the only contestant to solve problem 5.

Second Prize will be shared by two competitors: Charlie O’Keefe, a senior from Arapahoe High School in Littleton, who was the only contestant to advance in problem 4a, and John Crockett, a senior from Doherty High School in Colorado Springs, a last year's winner. They both will receive a silver medal of the Olympiad, a graphing calculator, the book Geometric Etudes, and a $1,000 scholarship to be used at any certified university or four-year college.

Third Prize will be shared by five competitors: Lisa MacWilliams-Brooks, a senior from Doherty High School in Colorado Springs; Ken Brazier, a senior from Woodland Park High School; Kaloyan Kapralov, an exchange student from Bulgaria who is currently attending Fountain Valley School as a junior; Denny Smith, a junior from Palmer High School in Colorado Springs; and John Batchelder, a senior from Columbine High School in Littleton. Each of them will receive a bronze medal of the Olympiad, top programmable calculators by Texas Instruments or Hewlett-Packard, and Geometric Etudes by Alexander Soifer.

Fourth Prize will be shared by four competitors: Jimmy O’Keefe, a sophomore from Arapahoe High School in Littleton; Sophia Knight, a freshman from Littleton High School; Andrew Sellers, a sophomore from Palmer High School, and David Hahn, a senior from Liberty High School in Colorado Springs. Each will receive top calculators and Olympiad book.

First honorable mentions will be awarded to the following twenty contestants: Daniel Lindberg and Jules VanDersarl from Air Academy High School; James Carroll from Arapahoe High School; Ed Plute from Coronado High School; Michelle L. Bohren from Durango High School; JungYun Lee from Harrison High School; Mike Slaven from Irving Middle School; Ryan Inman and Brian Camley from North Middle School; Tore Eschlimon, Darren Wright, Adam Bolt, Jason Baker, Drew Desautels, Moorea Brega and Erica Barnes from Palmer High School; Ruth Hughes and Andrew Prevot from Ponderosa High School; Rebecca White and Matt Dahl from Rangely High School. Each of them will receive a fine calculator by Hewlett-Packard.

Second honorable mentions will be awarded to the following fifty-nine contestants: Ken Lonnquist and Steven Brodhead from Air Academy High School; Chris Barth and Ed Cannon from Arapahoe High School; Jake Sebesta from Challenger Middle School; Craig Johnson and Nathan Bust from Cheyenne Mountain High School; Kristen Fuchs from Cheyenne Mountain Junior High School; Michael Inman, Ryan Crockett, and Mark Lueck from Doherty High School; Tim Kerr from Ellicot High School; Eddie McWhirter Jr., Jordan Hulett, Joshua Stigall, and MiYun Lee from Harrison High School; Rusty Jones and Tyler Bronder from Liberty High School; Autumn Petros-Good, Larry McDaris, Eric Lindsey, Steven Biles, Jennifer Fox, and Jeff Graham from North Middle School; Steven Smithwick, Brian Spink, James Lee, Pascal Getreuer, Mark Soifer, Jordan Weil, and Michelle Seffrood from Palmer High School; Jennifer Foy, Derek Bratton, Jason Ziegleer, Kim Teague, Lee McCrann, Bill Bixby, Natalie Martinez, Scott Danford, Becky Haas, William C. Keogh, Ryan Gardner, Lauren Ricci, Sarah Jacobs, Meghan Johnson, Emily Johnson, and Kevin Krogh from Ponderosa High School; Aaron Kistenmacher, James Allred, Seth Slape, Devon Horntvedt, Brian Stewart, Jared Bentley and Daniel Winterholter from Rangely High School; Richard Crockett from Sabin Middle School; Gloria Park, Mandie Roark, Andrew Hedges, and Jason Salem from Sierra high School; Keith Bunish from Wasson High School; Each of them will receive a scientific calculator by Casio or Texas Instruments.

Literary Award will be presented to James Carroll, a sophomore from Arapahoe High School in Littleton. "A Node of the Judges" Award will go to Shauna Uberecken, a sophomore from Colonado High School in Colorado Springs for her wit under pressure of competiton.

2000

First Prize will be awarded to Manfred Georg, a senior student of Kevin Follett from Ft. Collins High School. Manfred will receive a gold medal of the Olympiad, a top graphing calculator, the book Colorado Mathematical Olympiad: The First Ten Years and Further Explorations by Alexander Soifer, and a $2,000 scholarship to be used at any certified American university or four-year college. Manfred was one of only two contestants to solve problem 5.

Second prize will be awarded to three contestants: Scott Danford, a junior from Ponderosa High School, Parker, Colorado; Mark Pond, a sophomore from Smokey Hill High School, Aurora, Colorado; and Will Horn, a junior from Arapahoe High School, Littleton, Colorado. Each of them will receive a silver medal of the Olympiad, top graphing calculator, and the Olympiad book by A. Soifer. In addition, Scott Danford will receive Creativity Award: he was the only one of 480 contestants to solve problem 3(b). This Award will include two advanced books on Geometry: Geometric Etudes in Combinatorial Mathematics by V. Boltyanski and A. Soifer and How Does One Cut a Triangle? by A. Soifer.

Third prize will be presented to five competitors: Chris Barth, a sophomore from Arapaho High School; James Allred, a senior from Rangley High School; Sophia Knight, a sophomore from Littleton High School; Tim McCoy from Poudre High School, Ft. Collins; and James Carroll, a senior from Arapahoe High School. Each of them will receive a bronze medal of the Olympiad, a CASIO graphing calculator and the Olympiad book by A. Soifer.

The Judges have decided to award Fourth Prizes this year. They will be presented to the following seven Olympians: Jules Vandersorel, a senior from Air Academy High School; Ryan Sayers,a senior from Rampart High School; Scott Greenwald,a senior from Poudre High School; Sthephen Smithwick, a senior from Palmer High School; Jim O'keefe, a junior from Arapahoe High School; Ryan Crockett, a senior from Doherty High school; and Joey Koehler, a freshman from Lewis Palmer High School. Each of them will receive a CASIO graphing calculator and the Olympiad book by A. Soifer. In addition, Scott Greenwald will receive Creativity Award: he was one of only two of 480 contestants (the other is the first prize winner) to solve problem 5. This Award will include two advanced books on Geometry: Geometric Etudes in Combinatorial Mathematics by V. Boltyanski and A. Soifer and How Does One Cut a Triangle? by A. Soifer.

First honorable mentions will be awarded to the following twenty two contestants: Chris Dillenbeck and Daniel Lindburg from Air Academy High School; Ellen Walberg from Arapahoe High School; Zach Williams, James Copus, Sean Bradley, and Chris Weirman from Coronado High School; Skylar Marvel from Ft. Collins High School; Brice Heydt from Irving Middle School; Jeff Harnley from Liberty High School; Nick Ragsdale and Winston Carr from Mesa Ridge High School; Steve Biles and Danny Smith from Palmer High School; Kevin Krogh, Sarah Woods, Bill Bixby, and Ryan Gardner from Ponderosa High School; Devan Horntvedt and Rebecca White from Rangley High School; Brentan Alexander from Smokey Hill High School; and Lee McCraan and Jonathan Martin from Parker.. In addition, Brice Heydt will receive Young Mathlete Award: this 7th grader achieved the highest result among middle school contestants. This Award will include the Olympiad book by A. Soifer.

Second honorable mentions will be awarded to the following seventy four contestants: Ed Cannon and Nick Doe from Arapahoe High School; Dustin Clasby from Canon City High School; Jonathan Lightfoot, a SIX-grader from Cheyenne Mountain Charter Academy; Craig Johnson and Kristen Fuchs from Cheyenne Mt. High School; Mike Slavens, Ed Plute, Arvind Karwan, Ricki Morley, and Deolores Garcia from Coronado High School; Richard Crockett, Tedd Dill, and Mark Leuck from Doherty High School; Matt Bawker, Morgan Stewart, and Anthony Hermes from Elbert High School; Adam Follette from Ellicott Middle School; Joel Weis and Gabe Murtaugh from Erie High School; Rachel Hand, Tatsaya Sakurai, Tim Morse, and Dieter Schuldt from Ft. Collins High School; Kuan J. Chen, Eddy McWhirter, Ian Karl, Dawn Dalangin, Bethany Gerbode, and David Huh from Harrison High School; Alex Burtozos, Bryce Dolata, Colin Oldberg, Jeremiah Thomas, and Lydia Demi-Smith from Irving Middle School; Martin Kolnik and Shravan Nargundkar from Liberty High School; Annie Sterne and Kean Hsu from Littleton High School; Robert Lankford from Mesa Ridge High School; Joe Crook and Dan Christiansen from Mitchell High School; Autumn Petros-Good, Chris Liebmann, Nathan Farrell, and Nick Taylor from North Middle School; Bryan Canley from Palmer High School; Jake Sebesta from Pine Creek High School; Tayler Greenwood, David Gneiting, Andrew Prevot, Beth Elsten, Michael Mason, Jenni Hillstrand, Joel Wiechmann, Mike Skowron, Eric Chandler, Arielle Wilson, Harry Jordheim, Courtney Lancaster, Carriann Appel, Bonnie McCoy, Andy Etzen, Stacy Whitton, Justin Rodrigues, Meghan Johnson, and Megan Margeson from Ponderosa High School; Holly Bau from Rampart High School; Seth Slape and Eric Hejl from Rangley High School; Gloria Park from Seirra High School; Brian Maestas from Wasson High School; and Jeremy Johnson from Parker. Each of them will receive a scientific calculator by Texas Instruments or CASIO.

2001
In the year 2000 Bryce Heydt received the Olympiad's Young Mathlete Award: then 7th grader, he achieved the highest result among middle school contestants. This time Bryce will receive the highest award of CMO, First Prize. Bryce Heydt is now an 8th-grade student in a class of Mrs. Loretta Chandler in Irving Middle School of District 11 of Colorado Springs. He is the youngest ever First Prize winner in 18 year history of CMO. He will receive a gold medal of the Olympiad, software MATHEMATICA donated by Wolfram Research from Silicone Valley, a graphing calculator donated by CASIO, the set of 4 books by Alexander Soifer, and a $2,000 scholarship to be used at any certified American university or four year college.

Second prize will be awarded to Mark Pond, a junior from Smoky Hill High School, Aurora. He will receive a silver medal of the Olympiad, software MATHEMATICA, CASIO graphing calculator, a $1,500 scholarship, two books, Geometric Eludes in Combinatorial Mathematics by V. Boltyanski and A. Soifer and Colorado Mathematical Olympiad. The First Ten Years and Further Explorations by A. Soifer, and Wolfram Research memorabilia.

Third prize will be presented to two competitors: Ryan Gardner a senior from Ponderosa High School in the class of Mr. Kammerling; and Steven Brodhead a junior from Air Academy High School in the class of Mrs. BarbaraWilson. Each of them will receive a bronze medal of the Olympiad, a $1,000 scholarship, software MATHEMATICA, CASIO graphing calculator, Geometric Eludes in Combinatorial Mathematics by V. Boltyanski and A. Soifer, and Wolfram Research memorabilia.

The Judges have decided to award Fourth Prizes this year. They will be presented to the following six Olympians: Scott Danford, a seniors from Ponderosa High School; Sophia Knight, a junior from Littleton High School; James Smithmayer a senior from Coronado High School; Ryan Inman a sophomore from Palmer High School; Nicholas Ragsdale a junior from Mesa Ridge High School; and Andrew Gibson a sophomore from Air Academy High School. Each of them will receive software MATHEMATICA, CASIO graphing calculator, Geometric Eludes in Combinalorial Mathematics by V. Boltyanski and A. Soifer, and Wolfram Research memorabilia.

First honorable mentions will be awarded to the following fifteen contestants: Kenn Lonnquist and Daniel Lindberg, both juniors from Air Academy High School; James Carroll a senior from Arapahoe High School; Joey Koehler a sophomore from Lewis Palmer School; Christopher Liebmann a eighth grader from
North Middle School; Curtis Larimer, a freshman, and Steven Biles, a sophomore, both from Palmer High School; Michelle Mason and David Gneiting, both seniors from Ponderosa High School; Michelle Seffrood a junior from Palmer School; Helen Scalthorpe a sophomore from Arapahoe High School; Richard Morley a senior from Coronado High School; Brent Seward a sophomore from Palmer High School; Andrew Jenkins a junior from Pine Creek School; Jonathan Martin, both seniors from Ponderosa High School. Each of them will receive software MATHEMATICA or a graphing calculator, and
Wolfram Research memorabilia.

42 students will receive second honorable mention: Andrew Lonnquist, a freshman from Air Academy High School; Trebor Koritza, a freshman, Daniel Lobser a freshman and Erin Walberg a sophomore, all from Arapahoe High School; Brandon Gray, a freshman from Aspen Valley High School; Ryan Berends, an eighth grader from Castle Rock Middle School; Kate Mahler from Coronado High School; Caitlin Jacowski, a eighth grader from Divine Redeemer School; Jessica Smith, a sophomore from Elbert High School; Luke Hagerling and Diana Tapai. all juniors from Fort Collins High School; Brian Rose, a sophomore from Harrison High School; Rebekah Mullen a sixth grader from Horizon Middle School; Jonathan Schultz a freshman from James Irwin Charter; Nora Kuegemann, a senior from Liberty; Steven Easter a freshman from Mesa Ridge High School; Timothy Lim Uy, and Gary Anthony Auyong Wu, both from the Philippines; Autumn Petros Goo and Kurt Strovink, both eighth graders from North Middle School; Adam Sidman a seventh grader and Nick Taylor an eighth grader, all from North Middle School; Jarred Burley a junior from Pine Creek; Stephen Emvorski, a senior and Nick Jensen, a sophomore, all from Pine Creek High School; J.B.Betker, a sophomore, Marq Agboyani, Joe Bixby, a freshman, Eugene Keeler, a senior, Weston Greene, a sophomore, Georgia Dawis a junior, Coustney Lancaster, a sophomore, Bill Bixby a senior, all from Ponderosa High School; Vernon Rollins a junior from Range View High School; Seth Siape, a junior and Daniel Winterholter a senior, both from Rangely High School; Jon Shigart, a sophomore from Sierra High School; Qiwei Li, a sophomore from SMHS; Mike Gonzales, a junior and Brentan Alexander a sophomore, all from Smoky Hill High School; Whitney Hampson a junior from Palmer High Scool; and

Chad Sue a junior from Wasson High School. Each of them will receive a CASIO scientific calculator and Wolfram Research memorabilia.

A Literary Award will be presented to James Carroll, a senior from Arapahoe High School, the winner of this award in 1999.

2002
The judges have awarded two Fist prizes: to Bryce Heydt, a freshman from Mitchell High School, and to Steven Biles a junior from Palmer High School. Each of them will receive a gold medal of the Olympiad, software MATHEMATICA donated by Wolfram Research from Silicone Valley, a graphing calculator donated by CASIO, and a $2,000 scholarship to be used at any certified American university or four-year college. Steven will also receive a set of 4 books by Alexander Soifer, and Bryce four other books (as he has won Soifer's books in 2001). This is second victory for Bryce, who was the youngest winner ever last year.

Second prize will be awarded to Tim Morley, a junior from James Irwin Charter School. He will receive a silver medal of the Olympiad, software MATHEMATICA, a $1,000 scholarship, and a book Geometric Etudes in Combinatorial Mathematics by V. Boltyanski and A. Soifer.

Third prize will be presented to the following 6 Olympians: Autumn Petros-Good a freshman, Curtis Larimer a sophomore, Jeff Graham a junior, and Joseph Koehler -- all from Palmer High School; Devon Horntvedt, a senior from Rangely High School; and Mark Pond, a senior from Smoky Hill High School. Each of them will receive a bronze medal of the Olympiad, software MATHEMATICA, CASIO or TI graphing calculator, and Geometric Etudes in Combinatorial Mathematics by V. Boltyanski and A. Soifer.

UCCS Chancellor Pamela Shockley has instituted "Chancellor's Scholarship for CMO Medalists" effective with this year's Olympiad. Each gold, silver and bronze medallist will be awarded $1000 upon application and acceptance to CU-Colorado Springs as a new freshman. This is a major contribution to education of the young gifted mathematicians of Colorado, and the Olympiad organizers are most grateful to Chancellor Shockley for her wisdom and generosity.

The Judges have decided to award Fourth Prizes this year. They will be presented to the following four Olympians: Ryan Inman, a senior from Palmer High School; Arianne Morrison, a senior from Rangely High School; Luke Hagerling, a senior from Fort Collins High Sschool; and Aaron Kratt, a senior from Smoky Hill High School. Each of them will receive software MATHEMATICA, CASIO graphing calculator, and Geometric Etudes in Combinatorial Mathematics by V. Boltyanski and A. Soifer.

First honorable mentions will be awarded to the following fifty-three contestants:
Koji Gardiner a sophomore, Andrew Gibson and Steven Brodhead, juniors and Kenn Lonnquist a senior all from Air Academy High School; Ian Hamilton a freshman, Jared Stewart and Daniel Labsee sophomores, Erin Walberg and Jonathan Mullen, a juniors all from Arapahoe High School; Michael Sherer a freshman and Chris Wailes a sophomore both from Bennet High School; Hee-Jun Ahn a sophomore from Bishop Machebeuf High School; Donnie Dressen and Henry Tupper sophomores from Centennial H. S. Hahnbi Sun a 6th-grade student from Challenger Middle School; Kristen Fuchs a junior from Cheyenne Mountain High School; Dylan Lyons a freshman from Coronado High School; Ryan Collins a junior from Doherty H S. Robert Parker a sophomore from Fort Collins H S. Chris Howard an junior from Fort Lupton High School; Andrew Kennedy a 10th-grade home schooled student; Cameron Shane a 6th-grade student from Horace Mann Middle School; Amanda Johnson and Lisa Bring 8th-grade students from Irving Middle School; Jonathan Schultz a sophomore from James Irwin Charter Scool; Seth A. Slope a senior from Little S. Rivervalley School; Ian Tagge ajunior from Machebeuf Catholic H. S. Nick Langa junior from Manitou Springs High School; Ryan Maloney a7th-grade student from Mountain Ridge Middle School; Bryan Nixon a 8th-grade student from Mountain Ridge Middle School; Jonathan R. Fox, Adam Sidman and Joey Graham 8th-grade students from North Middle School; Brent Seward an junior and Cheena L. Hemingway seniors from Palmer High School; Ben Gabriel and Jake Sebesta juniors and Miranda Code a senior all from Pine Creek High School; Holly Bau a junior from Rampart School, Sam Torno a freshman and Caleb Packer a sophomore both from Rangely High School. Allison Phillips a freshman and Daniel Whigham a sophomore from Sand Creek School; Imelda Alvarez a senior from Sierra High School; Mike Gonzales, a senior from Amoky Hill High School; Nick Huges an 8th-grade student from Skyview Middle School; Lew Gorodinski an 11 th-grade student from Smoky Hill High School; Amanda Hu a 8th-grade student from The Classical Academy; Michael Rooks a 8 th-grade student from Timberview Middle School; Christopher Liebmann a freshman, Volodimir Pogrebnyak and Josh Lowe seniors all from Wasson High School; and Omar Al-Mutlag a junior from Woodland Park High School. Each of them will receive a graphing or a scientific calculator.

Second honorable mentions will be awarded to the following ninety-five contestants:
Apollo Stoewer a freshman from Agate School, Brandon Bernard a freshman, Jessica Toberman, Ben Juba sophomores, Tyler Miller and Rachel Sergo juniors and Jacob Kershman a senior all from Bennet High School, Ben Hendricks and Melissa Trujillo freshmans both from Centenial H. S. Sarah Page and Max Zacharias 7th-grade students and Derek Cole, a 8th-grade student -- all from Challenger Middle School, Jonathan Ligthfoot, Brede Eschliman and Mimi Bou, an 8th-grade students -- all from Cheyenne Mountain H.S. Evan Blackney and Mike Slavensjuniors both from Coronado High School, Dylan Salazar a 6th-grade student from Divine Redeemer, Collin Benett and Daniel Seaver juniors both from Doherty H S, Nick Maestas a sophomore from East High School, Ron Merriam a 6th-grade student from Falcon Middle School, Ben Joeris a freshman Tom Bozil and Diana Tapai seniors all from Fort Collins H S. Kathleen Elyse, G. Ling a sophomore, Danielle Montano a junior and Niles Hall all from Fort Lupton High Scool, Bethanie Stalcar, McIan Amos and Sam Tucker 6th-grade students, Brandy Reid a 7th-grade student, Alicia Hollibaugh, Stephanie Van Buskirk and Charmie Pewitt, 8th-grade students -- all from Freed Middle School; Michael Aragon and Brian Rose juniors from Harrison High School; Veronica Hitz a 7th-grade student from Home School, Steve Shin a 8th-grade student from Horizon Middle School, Troy Anderson a 6th-grade student and Jenny Reinhard a 7th-grade student -- both from Irving Middle School; Jeena Reed, a sophomore from Manitou Springs; Pratyuch Buddiga, a 7th-grade student, Sean Williams, Kellie Puzak, Chris Schaetbauer, Chris Lorenzini, Joseph Rouleau, Katherine Losey and Michelle Beckman, 8th-grade students -- all from Mountain Ridge Middle School; Diana Qiu and Wendy Lindsey, 7th-grade students and Graham Anderson an 8th-grade student from North Middle Scholl; Grant Packard a freshman, William Yoon, Loren Poppe and Shu-Cheong Chang juniors, Lauren Kiemele, Bryan Castine and Kelly O'Shea seniors all from Pine Creek HS, Michael Mathews a junior from Rampart School; Paige Jackson a freshman and Lyndsay Essigmann, a senior -- both from Saint Mary's H S, Katie Cox, Michelle Laniohan, Joan Demott and Nicole Ellender-Ross freshmans, George E. Turner Jr. a junior, Jake Lilevjen a 12th-grade student and Simon Marinelli -- all from Sand Creek, Kevin Ison, a sophomore, Jon Swigart, Daniel Finley and Arlanna Crab juniors, Christopher Wheeler and Jonathan Carter 12th-grade students -- all from Sierra High School, Tyler Henrie a 6th-grade student, Adam Muffler and Marlei Martinez, 7th-grade students all from Skyview Middle School; Adam Carnes, Saif Ansari and Kim White 8th-grade students all from Skyview Middle School; Benjamin Johnson a 7th-grade student from the Classical Academy; Jordan Florell, Rachel Ashton and Sarah Whaley a 6th-grade students, Joseph Bostick a 7th-grade student, Mark Fischer, Malarhu McCormick and Scott C. Lawson 8th-grade students -- all from Timberview Middle School; Chad Sue, a senior from Wasson High School; Alex Lyman, a junior, Alyssa Westfall and Jed Davis, seniors -- all from Woodland Park High School.

All 160 winners will receive Wolfram Research mathematical T-shirts. Sizes are subject to availability, or last placed first choose :-).

A Literary Award will be presented to Mike Gonzales, a senior from Smoky Hill High School, for his poem on King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table problem.

2003

The judges have awarded two Fist prizes: to Bryce Herdt, a sophomore from Mitchell High School, and to. Each of them has received a gold medal of the Olympiad, software Explorations donated by Wolfram Research from Silicone Valley, a Voyager 200 donated by Texas Instruments, a book written by the founder of Wolfram Research, Inc. Steven Folfram, and a $2,000 scholarship to be used at any certified American university or four-year college. This is third victory for Bryce, who was the youngest winner ever in 2001.

Second prize has been awarded to Steven Biles a senior from Palmer High School, a winner of last year. He has received a silver medal of the Olympiad, software MATHEMATICA, a $1,000 scholarship, and a book Geometric Etudes in Combinatorial Mathematics by V. Boltyanski and A. Soifer.

Third prize will be presented to the following 2 Olympians:
Autumn Petros-Good a freshman, Curtis Larimer a sophomore, Jeff Graham a junior, and Joseph Koehler -- all from Palmer High School; Devon Horntvedt, a senior from Rangely High School; and Mark Pond, a senior from Smoky Hill High School. Each of them will receive a bronze medal of the Olympiad, software MATHEMATICA, CASIO or TI graphing calculator, and Geometric Etudes in Combinatorial Mathematics by V. Boltyanski and A. Soifer.

All of the above winners received $1000 UCCS Chancellor Scholarship for the CMO Medalists, which can be used by enrolling in UCCS as a new freshman.

UCCS Chancellor Pamela Shockley has instituted "Chancellor's Scholarship for CMO Medalists" effective with last year's Olympiad. Each gold, silver and bronze medallist has been awarded $1000 Chancellor’s Olympiad Medalists Scholarship, effective upon application and acceptance to CU-Colorado Springs as a new freshman. This year the Chancellor’s offer has amounted to a $5,000.

The Judges have awarded two Fourth Prizes this year. They have been presented to the following four Olympians: Ryan Inman, a senior from Palmer High School; Arianne Morrison, a senior from Rangely High School; Luke Hagerling, a senior from Fort Collins High Sschool; and Aaron Kratt, a senior from Smoky Hill High School. Each of them will receive software MATHEMATICA, CASIO graphing calculator, and Geometric Etudes in Combinatorial Mathematics by V. Boltyanski and A. Soifer.

First honorable mentions have been awarded to the following sixteen contestants:
Koji Gardiner a sophomore, Andrew Gibson and Steven Brodhead, juniors and Kenn Lonnquist a senior all from Air Academy High School; Ian Hamilton a freshman, Jared Stewart and Daniel Labsee sophomores, Erin Walberg and Jonathan Mullen, a juniors all from Arapahoe High School; Michael Sherer a freshman and Chris Wailes a sophomore both from Bennet High School; Hee-Jun Ahn a sophomore from Bishop Machebeuf High School; Donnie Dressen and Henry Tupper sophomores from Centennial H. S. Hahnbi Sun a 6 th-grade student from Challenger Middle School; Kristen Fuchs a junior from Cheyenne Mountain High School; Dylan Lyons a freshman from Coronado High School; Ryan Collins a junior from Doherty H S. Robert Parker a sophomore from Fort Collins H S. Chris Howard an junior from Fort Lupton High School; Andrew Kennedy a 10 th-grade home schooled student; Cameron Shane a 6 th-grade student from Horace Mann Middle School; Amanda Johnson and Lisa Bring 8 th-grade students from Irving Middle School; Jonathan Schultz a sophomore from James Irwin Charter Scool; Seth A. Slope a senior from Little S. Rivervalley School; Ian Tagge ajunior from Machebeuf Catholic H. S. Nick Langa junior from Manitou Springs High School; Ryan Maloney a7 th-grade student from Mountain Ridge Middle School; Bryan Nixon a 8 th-grade student from Mountain Ridge Middle School; Jonathan R. Fox, Adam Sidman and Joey Graham 8 th-grade students from North Middle School; Brent Seward an junior and Cheena L. Hemingway seniors from Palmer High School; Ben Gabriel and Jake Sebesta juniors and Miranda Code a senior all from Pine Creek High School; Holly Bau a junior from Rampart School, Sam Torno a freshman and Caleb Packer a sophomore both from Rangely High School. Allison Phillips a freshman and Daniel Whigham a sophomore from Sand Creek School; Imelda Alvarez a senior from Sierra High School; Mike Gonzales, a senior from Amoky Hill High School; Nick Huges an 8 th-grade student from Skyview Middle School; Lew Gorodinski an 11 th-grade student from Smoky Hill High School; Amanda Hu a 8 th-grade student from The Classical Academy; Michael Rooks a 8 th-grade student from Timberview Middle School; Christopher Liebmann a freshman, Volodimir Pogrebnyak and Josh Lowe seniors all from Wasson High School; and Omar Al-Mutlag a junior from Woodland Park High School. Each of them will receive a graphing or a scientific calculator.

Second honorable mentions have been awarded to the following one hundred and contestants:
Apollo Stoewer a freshman from Agate School, Brandon Bernard a freshman, Jessica Toberman, Ben Juba sophomores, Tyler Miller and Rachel Sergo juniors and Jacob Kershman a senior all from Bennet High School, Ben Hendricks and Melissa Trujillo freshmans both from Centenial H. S. Sarah Page and Max Zacharias 7 th-grade students and Derek Cole, a 8 th-grade student -- all from Challenger Middle School, Jonathan Ligthfoot, Brede Eschliman and Mimi Bou, an 8 th-grade students -- all from Cheyenne Mountain H.S. Evan Blackney and Mike Slavensjuniors both from Coronado High School, Dylan Salazar a 6 th-grade student from Divine Redeemer, Collin Benett and Daniel Seaver juniors both from Doherty H S, Nick Maestas a sophomore from East High School, Ron Merriam a 6 th-grade student from Falcon Middle School, Ben Joeris a freshman Tom Bozil and Diana Tapai seniors all from Fort Collins H S. Kathleen Elyse, G. Ling a sophomore, Danielle Montano a junior and Niles Hall all from Fort Lupton High Scool, Bethanie Stalcar, McIan Amos and Sam Tucker 6 th-grade students, Brandy Reid a 7 th-grade student, Alicia Hollibaugh, Stephanie Van Buskirk and Charmie Pewitt, 8 th-grade students -- all from Freed Middle School; Michael Aragon and Brian Rose juniors from Harrison High School; Veronica Hitz a 7 th-grade student from Home School, Steve Shin a 8 th-grade student from Horizon Middle School, Troy Anderson a 6 th-grade student and Jenny Reinhard a 7th-grade student -- both from Irving Middle School; Jeena Reed, a sophomore from Manitou Springs; Pratyuch Buddiga, a 7 th-grade student, Sean Williams, Kellie Puzak, Chris Schaetbauer, Chris Lorenzini, Joseph Rouleau, Katherine Losey and Michelle Beckman, 8 th-grade students -- all from Mountain Ridge Middle School; Diana Qiu and Wendy Lindsey, 7 th-grade students and Graham Anderson an 8 th-grade student from North Middle Scholl; Grant Packard a freshman, William Yoon, Loren Poppe and Shu-Cheong Chang juniors, Lauren Kiemele, Bryan Castine and Kelly O'Shea seniors all from Pine Creek H S, Michael Mathews a junior from Rampart School; Paige Jackson a freshman and Lyndsay Essigmann, a senior -- both from Saint Mary's H S, Katie Cox, Michelle Laniohan, Joan Demott and Nicole Ellender-Ross freshmans, George E. Turner Jr. a junior, Jake Lilevjen a 12 th-grade student and Simon Marinelli -- all from Sand Creek, Kevin Ison, a sophomore, Jon Swigart, Daniel Finley and Arlanna Crab juniors, Christopher Wheeler and Jonathan Carter 12 th-grade students -- all from Sierra High School, Tyler Henrie a 6 th-grade student, Adam Muffler and Marlei Martinez, 7 th-grade students all from Skyview Middle School; Adam Carnes, Saif Ansari and Kim White 8 th-grade students all from Skyview Middle School; Benjamin Johnson a 7 th-grade student from the Classical Academy; Jordan Florell, Rachel Ashton and Sarah Whaley a 6 th-grade students, Joseph Bostick a 7 th-grade student, Mark Fischer, Malarhu McCormick and Scott C. Lawson 8 th-grade students -- all from Timberview Middle School; Chad Sue, a senior from Wasson High School; Alex Lyman, a junior, Alyssa Westfall and Jed Davis, seniors -- all from Woodland Park High School.

All 160 winners will receive Wolfram Research mathematical T-shirts. Sizes are subject to availability, or last placed first choose :-).

A Literary Award has been presented to Brent Seward, a senior from Palmer High School for Ode to Problem 2: