Wow. Congratulations to Lehigh Valley A, who continue their dominance of the ARML leaderboards. Lehigh has now fielded extremely high performing teams for four of the past five years, with the down year being an eleventh place finish in 2008. This is a long enough run of sustained dominance in contest problem math that we have to consider crediting the coach or the region's school system for either getting more out of their most talented students or bringing more students into the pool of students interested in math. It was a down year for Georgia, who finished twentieth.
Lehigh finished third in the individual round (behind the Bay Area and MCHS in Bethesda), but dominated the Team Round, Power Question, and Relays to take home the title.