West Essex Regional Schools Students Participate in Essex County Math League Competition

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Pictured here are: Back row--Heather Downey, a junior from Roseland; Timothy Ruszala, a junior from Fairfield; Liam Marsh, a sophomore from Essex Fells; Alex Cinque, a junior from North Caldwell; and Max Prince, a sophomore from North Caldwell. Middle row--Ahren Aberto and Ryan Downey, both seventh graders from Roseland; Ryan Aschoff, a junior from North Caldwell; Halle Mason, a sophomore from Essex Fells; Marissa Inga, a junior from North Caldwell; Dorothy He, a freshman from Roseland; Kylie Donohue, a junior from Roseland; Dominique Del Mauro, a junior from Fairfield; Isabelle Caine, a junior from North Caldwell; Katie DeBranbanter, a sophomore from North Caldwell; and Corey Saccente, a sophomore from Roseland. Front row--Amanda Wasserman, a junior from North Caldwell; and Caroline Lanfrank, a sophomore from Roseland. Credits: Allison Freeman
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CALDWELL, NJ - Two West Essex Middle School students and 16 West Essex High School students represented West Essex in the 2015 Essex County Math League Competition at Caldwell University on May 27. The students competed in the following categories: Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Precalculus, Calculus and Statistics. Students from 10 Essex County school districts competed in the event.

West Essex High School student Dorothy He, a freshman from Roseland, tied for first place in Algebra 2. The other first place winners were: Mohar Kalra and Alan Gu, both from Millburn; and Varun Maheshwari, Carrie Li and Catherine Yu, from Livingston.

Led by Kristen Cammarano, the West Essex group's advisor, the following students participated:

  • Algebra 1: Ryan Downey and Ahren Aberto, seventh graders from Roseland.
  • Algebra 2: Katie DeBrabanter, a sophomore from North Caldwell; Max Prince, a sophomore from North Caldwell; Corey Saccente, a sophomore from Roseland; and Dorothy He, a freshman from Roseland.
  • Precalculus: Halle Mason, a sophomore from Essex Fells; Liam Marsh, a sophomore from Essex Fells; Isabelle Caine, a junior from North Caldwell; and Alex Cinque, a junior from North Caldwell.
  • Calculus: Heather Downey, a junior from Roseland; Ryan Aschoff, a junior from North Caldwell; and Timothy Ruszala, a junior from Fairfield.
  • Statistics: Amanda Wasserman, a junior from North Caldwell; Kylie Donohue, a junior from Roseland; and Caroline Lanfrank, a sophomore from Roseland.
  • Marissa Inga, a junior from North Caldwell; and Dominique Del Mauro, a junior from Fairfield.

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