Regional Science Fair Winners advance to State Science Fair

Cabell County students recently competed at the Regional Science Fair conducted at the Cabell County Schools Transportation Complex.  First Place winners will go on to compete at the West Virginia Science & Engineering Fair, Saturday, March 28, 2020 at Fairmont State University.
 

Division I - Individual

Animal Sciences

                       

First Place:  Now You See Me, Now You Don’t- Parker Rose, Exporer Academy

 

Cellular & Molecular Biology

           

First Place:  Eggsellent Osmosis- Hayden Miller, Explorer Academy

 

Energy

First Place:  Battery Acid on My Dinner Plate?- Thomas Farrell, St. Joseph Catholic School

Materials Science

First Place:  Which is the Best Activator?- Maddie Vance, St. Joseph Catholic School

Microbiology

Second Place:  Which has the Most Germs?- Addison Bartam, Ona Elementary School

Chemistry

Second Place:  The Power of pH- Reagan Minigh, St. Joseph Catholic School

Plant Sciences

Third Place:  Does Cooking Oil Kill Plants?- Madeline Garcia, St. Joseph Catholic School

DIVISION I - TEAM

 

Chemistry

 

First Place:  Salt Geodes- Garrett Westphal, Raegan Freeman and Trenton Hatfield, Ona Elementary School

 

Medical Sciences

First Place:  Can you Hear What I Hear?- Annelise Vallejos and Lucas Vallejos, St. Joseph Catholic School

 

Materials Science

 

Second Place:  Paper Powel Absorbency- Marlee Haas and Thea Spenia, Davis Creek Elementary School

 

Microbiology

 

Third Place:  Moldy Bread- Erin Floyd, Jenna Hatcher and Jenna Ferguson, Ona Elementary School

 

DIVISION II - INDIVIDUAL

 

Chemistry

 

First Place:  Cookie Chemistry- Claire Johnson, Huntington Middle School 

 

Medical Sciences

 

Second Place:  Why Aren’t All Medicines Pills?- Lindsay Kitchen, St. Joseph Catholic School

 

DIVISION II TEAM

                                                                       

Behavioral & Social Sciences

 

First Place:  Does Color Affect Smell?- Amanda Day and Sophia St. Clair, St. Joseph Catholic School

 

Chemistry

 

Second Place:  Magnetic Cereal- Ryan Minigh and Colin Woelfel, St. Joseph Catholic School

 

Mathematics

 

First Place:  Tic-Tac-Toe Mystery- Rian Arora and Kethan Neginhal, St. Joseph Catholic School

 

Plant Sciences

 

First Place:  What Liquid Makes Plants Grow Best?- Elijah Lancaster and Joseph Farrell, St. Joseph Catholic School

For more information, please contact Marisa Main, Academic Specialist, by calling (304) 528-5340.            

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