Forty-five students of Fort Gibson schools competed in the Math and Engineering competition held at the Muskogee Civic Center on Feb. 7. Of those, 37 students participated in the math competition. The engineering part of the competition involved building a ping pong catapult and bridge. Eight students placed in that competition. In the picture are: (Back row) Mark Diemon (third place, algebra I), left, Madison Spyres (first place, geography), Hannah Hulbert (third place, pre-algebra), Jeff Gates and Jackson Lake (third place, ping pong catapult), Griffin Daniels (first place algebra I). (Front Row: ) Broc Peterson and Jacob Yoder (Second place, bridges).