Ten students from Bangor High School, including (from left) Parker Michaels, Paul Rudnicki and Andy Prusaitis, were among 970 students from around the state participating Tuesday in the 35th annual Maine State Math Meet at the Cumberland County Civic Center in Portland. A record-breaking 97 public and private schools participated in the event, sponsored by the Maine Association of Math Leagues. The Maine School of Science and Mathematics in Limestone won first place in Division A, followed by Bangor High School in second place and Kennebunk High School in third place. Prusaitis of Bangor High School also scored a perfect 72 in competition to place first out of 349 seniors participating in the meet. Cheverus High School of Portland won first place in Division B, followed by Fryeburg Academy in second place and Cape Elizabeth High School in third place. Washington Academy of East Machias won first place in Division C, followed by Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield in second place and Foxcroft Academy of Dover-Foxcroft in third place. Hebron Academy won first place in Division D, followed by North Yarmouth Academy in second place and Kents Hill School in third place. Photos courtesy of Portland Press Herald.