For Pi Day, middle school students took part in the annual competition to see who could memorize the greatest number of digits for this never-ending irrational number. The winners in each grade competed for the title. In fourth place was sixth grader Charlotte Lin, who memorized 28 digits, and fifth grader Sophia Smith memorized 107 digits. Second place finisher and repeat finalist was eighth grader Bruno Bakel, who recited 113 numbers, and in first place was repeat finalist Audrey Kim, who memorized 121 digits. For each winner, and a few lucky individuals who bought raffle tickets, they had the ultimate reward: a delicious pie baked by the teachers to bring home and the chance to hurl whipped cream at their math teachers and other brave volunteers. Bottoms up!