After lunch, Mrs. Fields rearranged her fourth grade class into groups of three children each for a special project. The day's lessons had revolved around Geography and the use of maps. She had a special project planned for this afternoon which involved road maps. The children would be plotting a driving route from Millersville to Springtown, a town roughly to the east and about 100 miles away. Mrs. Fields had decided to turn the project into a small contest - there were five different routes that could be taken to Springtown, each using different roads - the groups of student's who correctly plotted all five routes would win a prize! Determine the names of the children in each group, the order in which they submitted their answers, and which groups got prizes.
1. Three groups contained two boys and one girl. Two groups contained one boy and two girls. None of the groups had children with names that began with the same letter.
2. The group who turned in their answers first was one of the three groups that won a prize. Scott was in the same group as Heidi, but they were not the fourth group to turn in their answers. Joe, whose group contained two girls, won a prize.
3. Sherry wasnít in a group with Wendy. Martin wasnít in a group with Sally. Bob and Julie were in the same group, along with one other boy. Greg was in a group with Ralph.
4. Cindy and one other girl were in the group that turned in their project answers before Maryís group did. Bobís group, which didnít include Tim, didnít win a prize.
5. The two groups that didnít get a prize were the group that were last to turn in their answers and the group containing Sally and two boys.
6. Garyís group, which had more boys than girls, turned in their answers before Cindyís group but after Ralphís group.