Nearly 350 students gathered at the Santa Maria Fairpark early Thursday to put their best logical reasoning and mathematical foots forward at the annual North County Math Superbowl competition, during which they were challenged with word problems and learned how to work together as teams. Hosted by the Orcutt Union School District, the North County Math Superbowl had 29 schools competing, from Santa Maria, Santa Ynez Valley, Orcutt and Lompoc. Four students were selected from each grade, (4th-6th) with a total of 12 students representing each school to compete.

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