A Yarmouth High School student won first place in 2018 Tyler Technologies Maine App Challenge.

Winners in the annual high school contest were announced Sunday by co-sponsors Tyler Technologies Inc., a Texas-based information technology provider with major operations in Maine, and Educate Maine’s Project>Login, an organization which provides resources to students interested in computing and information technology.

Michael Guertler won one of three college scholarships totaling $10,000 awarded to students for designing the best mobile applications and videos to showcase the app.

Guertler’s “Crank Meter” app measures the speed of a lacrosse shot, calculating how quickly the shot will get to he goalie while saving data on the user’s fastest shot.

Tyler Hansen, a South Portland High School student, won second place for “Stem Girlz,” a platform game that highlights famous women in science, technology, engineering and math fields.

Nathan Kiesman and Noble Mushtak, students at Marshwood High School in South Berwick, won third place for “Class Act,” which provides three tools to help high school students, including functions that turn off wake-up alarms if a snow day is called, that help with math problems and that offer a bulletin board organizer listing available after-school activities. The two Marshwood High School students won last year’s challenge.

Checks for $500 were given to Maine Central Institute in Pittsfield and Biddeford Regional Center of Technolgy, for submitting the most contest entries.