Wyoming Area Intermediate Center students compete in 24 game tournament

The fourth and fifth-grade students at the Wyoming Area Intermediate Center recently competed in a 24 game tournament. Fifth grade winners are, from left, Anthony DeLucca, second place; and Jack Golden, first place. - Submitted photos
The fourth and fifth grade students at the Wyoming Area Intermediate Center recently competed in a 24 game tournament. Fourth grade winners are, from left, Abigail Francis, second place; and Brian Malet, first place. - Submitted photos

WEST PITTSTON — The fourth and fifth-grade students at the Wyoming Area Intermediate Center recently competed in a 24-game tournament.

The game of 24 uses playing cards displaying four numbers. The object of the game is to use all four numbers on the card to get the solution 24. Students can add, subtract, multiply, and/or divide.

Students first completed in their math classes, and then the top finishers competed in the building competition.

Fifth-grade winners were Jack Golden, first place; and Anthony DeLucca, second place. Fourth-grade winners were Brian Malet, first place; and Abigail Francis, second place.

The fourth and fifth-grade students at the Wyoming Area Intermediate Center recently competed in a 24 game tournament. Fifth grade winners are, from left, Anthony DeLucca, second place; and Jack Golden, first place.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_WAIC-24-1.jpegThe fourth and fifth-grade students at the Wyoming Area Intermediate Center recently competed in a 24 game tournament. Fifth grade winners are, from left, Anthony DeLucca, second place; and Jack Golden, first place. Submitted photos

The fourth and fifth grade students at the Wyoming Area Intermediate Center recently competed in a 24 game tournament. Fourth grade winners are, from left, Abigail Francis, second place; and Brian Malet, first place.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_WAIC-24-2.jpegThe fourth and fifth grade students at the Wyoming Area Intermediate Center recently competed in a 24 game tournament. Fourth grade winners are, from left, Abigail Francis, second place; and Brian Malet, first place. Submitted photos