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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
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The Minnesota State High School Mathematics League is the premier high school mathematics league in the state of Minnesota. It was founded in 1980 by Macalester College professor Wayne Roberts. The league holds five statewide tournaments per year from November through February, as well as a state tournament in March.
The problems posed are divided into five events - Individual events A, B, C, and D, and the team event. Events A, B, C, and D usually consist of algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and precalculus topics, respectively. The team event is a mix of all four.
Each competitor chooses to compete in two individual events. Each high school chooses its eight top members, including at least two students below the eleventh grade, as its "varsity" team, which actually earns points in the name of the school and competes together in the team event; the other students simply compete for themselves in whichever two individual events they choose. Each individual event contains one one point question and three two point questions, so the maximum a person may score per meet is fourteen points. The team events each contain six questions worth four points each. A team's total score is determined by adding the individual scores of the varsity members and the varsity team score. At the end of the season, the teams with the highest scores in the state continue to the state tournament.
The state tournaments have been held at South St. Paul High School since 2008. Before that, state tournaments were usually held at Eagan High School. The state tournament begins with the Invitational event. The Invitational is a 30-minute-long test taken by the top 50 students in the season. This is followed by the Math Bowl and an awards ceremony. The Math Bowl brings together the top 10 scorers from the Invitational, and they compete on stage by solving ten problems one at a time within a limited amount of time. Later during the day, there is a meet that is structured like the other meets during the year. The only exception is that there are 15 minutes for an individual event and 30 minutes for a team event. The tournament concludes with a banquet in the evening and a second award ceremony.
The League officially recognizes individual and team winners of two types each season, one with the highest overall season score, and one with the highest state tournament score. Since the 1988-1989 season, the League has recognized an additional Class A state tournament winner. In 2004-2005, this designation was changed to Tier 2 rather than Class A, with larger schools designated as Tier 1.
Twelve students have achieved perfect scores of 70 points in the regular season: Erik Vee in 1991-1992, Derek Farmer in 1993-1994, Michael Korn in 1995-1996, Andrew Gacek, Nate Sheetz, and Sam Lindsay-Levine in 1999-2000, Dan Baker in 2002-2003, Ning Zhou in 2003-2004, Nick Arnosti in 2006-2007, Shui Hu in 2007-2008, and Rohit Agrawal and Gaurav Singh in both 2009-2010 and 2010-2011. Perfect scores on the state tournament are more common, but only Rohit Agrawal (2009-2010) has achieved perfect scores in the regular season and tournament in the same year.
|Season||Tournament||Season||Tournament (Tier 1/Overall)||Tournament (Tier 2/Class A)|
|2011-2012||Abram Sanderson||(Unknown)||Wayzata High School||Wayzata High School||Cotter|
|2010-2011||Rohit Agrawal, Gaurav Singh||Rohit Agrawal, Gaurav Singh||Wayzata High School||Wayzata High School||Cotter|
|2009-2010||Rohit Agrawal, Gaurav Singh||Rohit Agrawal||Wayzata High School||Wayzata High School||St. Paul Academy|
|2008-2009||Rohit Agrawal||Martin Camacho||Wayzata High School||Wayzata High School||Cotter|
|2007-2008||Shui Hu||Shui Hu||Wayzata High School||Wayzata High School||St. Paul Academy|
|2006-2007||Nick Arnosti||Rohan Agrawal, Shui Hu||St. Paul Central High School||St. Paul Central High School||The Marshall School|
|2005-2006||Rohan Agrawal, Shui Hu||Rohan Agrawal||Mounds View High School||Mounds View High School|
|2004-2005||Silas Johnson||Daniel Gibson||Wayzata High School||Wayzata High School||St. Paul Academy|
|2003-2004||Ning Zhou||Ning Zhou||Wayzata High School||Wayzata High School||St. Paul Academy|
|2002-2003||Dan Baker||Daniel Herriges||Highland Park High School||Wayzata High School||St. Paul Academy|
|2001-2002||Pavel Batrachenko||Matt Thibault||Highland Park High School||Highland Park High School||The Marshall School|
|2000-2001||Matt Thibault||Michel D'sa||Mounds View High School||St. Paul Central High School||The Marshall School|
|1999-2000||Andrew Gacek, Sam Lindsay-Levine, Nate Sheetz||Sam Lindsay-Levine||Mounds View High School||Mounds View High School||Benilde-St. Margaret's|
|1998-1999||Andy Niedermaier||Jon Moon||St. Paul Central High School||St. Paul Academy||Benilde-St. Margaret's|
|1997-1998||Dave Freeman||Dave Freeman||St. Paul Central High School||Irondale High School||Benilde-St. Margaret's|
|1996-1997||Jin Wang||Bill Owens||St. Paul Central High School||St. Paul Central High School||The Blake School|
|1995-1996||Michael Korn||Michael Korn||Mounds View High School||Wayzata High School||The Blake School|
|1994-1995||Michael Korn||Michael Korn||Mounds View High School||Mounds View High School||St. Paul Academy|
|1993-1994||Derek Farmer||Matt Koetz||Irondale High School||St. Paul Academy||The Blake School|
|1992-1993||Mary Hu||Tom Wieand||Bloomington Jefferson High School||Bloomington Jefferson High School||The Blake School|
|1991-1992||Erik Vee||Kuan Chen Wu||Hibbing High School||St. Paul Academy||Moose Lake High School|
|1990-1991||Ron Dror||Ron Dror||Spring Lake Park High School||Columbia Heights High School||St. Anthony Village High School|
|1989-1990||Matt Kelly||Matt Kelly||The Blake School||Mounds View High School||St. Anthony Village High School|
|1988-1989||Steve Walther||Tom Monikowski||Columbia Heights High School||Owatonna High School||St. Paul Academy|
|1987-1988||Josh Brandon||Jim Mashek||Minneapolis South High School||Highland Park High School|
|1986-1987||Steve Kuhn||Peter Bermann||Saint Louis Park High School||Saint Louis Park High School|
|1985-1986||Hieu Nguyen||Tom Chung||Apple Valley High School|
|1984-1985||Paul Ohman||Tom Chung||Saint Louis Park High School||St. Paul Academy|
|1983-1984||Mike Pavloff||Minneapolis South High School|
|1982-1983||Bob Fink||Hibbing High School|
|Year||Twin City Division||Iron Range Division||Twin City Division||Iron Range Division|
|1981-1982||Son Nguyen||Joe Baraga||Highland Park High School||Hibbing High School|
|1980-1981||Erik Riddle||Como Park Senior High School|