Todd Fuller high school math contest names winners

February 24, 2013 

Tony Li

A team from Raleigh Charter High School won first place in the Todd Fuller High School Math Competition.

The annual competition, sponsored by N.C. State Department of Mathematics alum and former NBA player Todd Fuller, brings Wake County high school seniors to the N.C. State campus for a one-hour written test.

Competing for Raleigh Charter High were Stephanie Austin, William Eason, Julie Grabowski, Tony Li, Pooja Mehta, Shobana Subramanian and Jonathan Tseng. Tony was also the contest’s first-place individual winner, taking home a $500 cash prize. Jonathan won second place and $350.

Cary Academy finished second out of the 17 schools that participated. The Cary Academy team was composed of Emily Aarons, Ethan Coeytaux, Cannon Duke, Kyle Henderson, Nupur Khadilkar, David Maydew and Sarah Thalheimer.

Fuller, an Academic All-American in basketball while at N.C.State and ACC scoring leader during his senior year, received a bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics in 1996 and is now a high school math teacher in Charlotte.

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