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Photo: Crunching numbers at the District Math Bowl Championship

EVE EDELHEIT   |   Times

EVE EDELHEIT | Times

Kevin Borzoie, from left, Corey Reynolds and Drew Ballesteros, all 11-year-old fifth-graders at Carrollwood Elementary School, work to come up with the correct answer Tuesday during the District Math Bowl Championship at One Buc Place in Tampa. Teams were made up of five fifth-grade Hillsborough County students who worked together to solve the challenging math problems. All of the math problems were related to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, reflecting a partnership between the Hillsborough County Elementary Math Council and the team.

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