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Keene - Four 8th graders from St. Joseph School in Keene participated in the regional competition of the Mathcounts Competition, a nationwide junior high program, at Keene State College on Friday, February 7. The 8th graders competed both as a team and individually. They placed 3rd in the team competition and will now compete in the state competition to be held at Plymouth State University on March 8. In addition, a 6th grader and a 7th grader entered the competition.
Pictured above are the students with their math teacher and coach, Mrs. Pinckney (second row, far right) and their assistant coach, Brittany Anderson, a senior at Keene State College and a 2010 graduate of St. Joseph School (second row, far left).
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