|Winston-Salem Schools take Twelve Titles|
NCASA held the Twelve State Finals Saturday, December 13 at Rogers-Herr Middle School of Durham. The high school division was close most of the way but Simon G Atkins Academic and Technology High School (shown below) pulled away at the end and won by ten points over second place Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy.
1 - Atkins - 113 points
2 - Thomas Jefferson - 103
3 - Myers Park - 98
4 - STEM Early College at NC A&T - 89
5 - High Point Cen. - 87
6 - Hickory - 84
7t - Ardrey Kell and Cleveland - 72
9t - Northwood and Northwest Guilford - 67
Atkins earned perfect scores in the Calculus / Trigonometry, Literature, US History, and Grammar rounds.
Finishing in first place in the middle school division with a runaway victory was Hanes Magnet Middle School (shown below) who tallied 122 points.
Final standings and point totals of the top ten middle schools.
1 - Hanes Magnet - 122 points
2t - Randolph and Thomas Jefferson Classical - 96
4t - Lucas, Wayne School of Engineering, and EB Aycock - 83
7 - Mount Airy - 82
8 - Central Gates - 76
9 - Robinson - 75
10 - River Bend 74
Hanes earned perfect scores in the Technology, Earth Science, and US History rounds.
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