Gloucester Science Fair attracts 300+ entries

- Posted on Jan 22, 2014 - 01:58 PM
More than 300 projects were entered in the Gloucester County Public Schools Science Fair held Saturday at Gloucester High School. GHS students competed in senior categories while middle and elementary school children entered junior categories. Winners in the senior division were as follows:
 
Animal Sciences—first place, Morgan Booker; second, Jordan Dickey; 
Behavioral and Social Science—first, Nealcyn Watkins; second, Skyler Bauman; third, Ally Woller; 
Biochemistry—first, Jessica Shaffer; second Morgan Heywood; 
Chemistry—first, Abigail Belvin; second, Mary Haydon; third, Ian Evans; honorable mention, Caroline Baldwin; honorable mention, Rachel Haley; 
Computer Science—first, James Compagnone;
Earth and Planetary Science—first, Ben Pruitt; second, Maddie Gibson; third, Will Neikirk;
Energy and Transportation—first, Victoria February; second, Christopher Glenn; third, Ian Hardee;
Engineering: Electrical and Mechanical—first, Manson Salyer; second, Mia Robinson;
Engineering: Materials and Bioengineering—first, Brady Eamigh; second, Jacob Haugdahl; 
Environmental Science—first, Vivian Austin; second, Kaitlyn Parker; third, Ridge Motley; honorable mentions, Amanda Davis and Caroline Kersey;
Mathematics—first, Sarah Kladler; 
Medicine and Health—first, Madisyn Lee; second, Camryn Molnar; third place (tie), Rebecca Jenkins and Malena Wilkinson; 
Microbiology—first, Jeremy Simmons; 
Physics and Astronomy—first, Elijah Shaffer; second, Sarah Contreras; third, Zack Moore; honorable mentions, Zachary Palas and Ethan Collier.
Plant Sciences—first, Maria Welks; second, Elizabeth Haughdahl; third, Emily Wiehrs; honorable mentions, Jeff Mountford and Michael Davis.