Throughout the Packerland math team meets, Sturgeon Bay has pulled through each week in the number one spot. The Clipper math team consists of 29 high school students who partake in four individual tests in algebra, geometry, algebra 2, and other topics before working together in groups of eight to take a team test. Cliff Wind, the math team coach, and a high school math teacher, credits the team’s successes to the practice each student does individually and with the group. Wind states that at the end of November through December, the team met once a week to review Geometry and Algebra concepts to help the students do better on the tests. Although each school’s math team completed their tests without official offsite meets, for the final meet all of the schools’ teams will get together at Southern Door High School on Monday, February 5th. So far, the Clipper team has come in first place overall with both its varsity and JV teams. If they are announced the Packerland Conference Champions, it will be their 21st consecutive win.