PORTLAND — Scarborough High School won the 25th State Academic Decathlon on Saturday.

About 200 students from 16 high schools participated in the competition held at Deering HIgh School. Four schools earned the right to compete at the national level.

Scarborough’s team will compete in Omaha, Neb., from April 21-24.

Online competition slots go to second-place finisher Monmouth Academy, third-place finisher Bangor High School and fourth-place finisher Oak Hill High School. The schools will be competing in the large school, small school and medium school categories, respectively, on April 22-23.

Other schools in the state competion were: Calais High School, Deering High School, Edward Little High School, Ellsworth High School, Hall-Dale High School, Houlton High School, Massabesic High School, Mt. Valley High School, Portland High School, Sanford High School, Thornton Academy and Woodland High School.

The top individual scores were: Susan Rundell, Rebecca Mitchell, Seth Albert, Mike Hall and Jacob Waken of Scarborough High School; Elliott Kahl and Tyler Vandrell of Monmouth High School; Jeremy Tripp of Hall-Dale High School; and Rebecca Ye of Bangor High School. Rundell received the Ron Moody Award for the overall high scorer.