|L to R: Back row Dave Cormier, John Collins, Alex Hotovy, Cameron Engel, Rowan Gruber, Caleb Pflug|
Front row: Adam Terasinski, Jacob Ramaekers, Zach Frevert, Collin Donahue, Andy Johannes, Ben Connealy, Thomas Kalil.
Mount Michael Medal Winners
Cameron Engel: gold in economics, science, and essay; bronze in art and interview; 2nd highest overall honors; team high score.
Jonathan Collins: gold in language/literature; silver in art and science; bronze in music; 3rd highestoverall honors.
Rowan Gruber: silver in economics.
Zach Frevert: gold in math and science; silver in economics, language/literature, and music; 1st in overall scholastic.
Alex Hotovy: gold in economics, math, and language/literature; silver in art; 2nd highest overall scholastic.
Collin Donahue: silver in language/literature and interview; bronze in art and math.
Adam Terasinski: gold in art, economics, and essay; silver in language/literature; bronze in math; 1st in overall varsity.
Ben Connealy: gold in language/literature and science; silver in economics; bronze in speech; 2nd highest overall varsity.
Jacob Ramaekers: silver in science.
For alternates, art and music are paired up as humanities; economics and language/literature are paired up as soft science; and math and science are paired up as hard science.
Thomas Kalil: gold in humanities, soft science, and hard science.
Andy Johannes: gold in humanities, soft science, and hard science.
Caleb Pflug: gold in humanities, soft science, and hard science.
1st place for the super quiz: Jonathan Collins, Rowan Gruber, Alex Hotovy, Collin Donahue, Adam Terasinski, and Ben Connealy.