Mason County Middle School Science Expo winners listed

2007-12-18T01:00:00Z Mason County Middle School Science Expo winners listed Ledger Independent
December 18, 2007 1:00 am

Award winners from the Mason County Middle School Science Expo held on Dec. 6 include:

Sixth Grade Physics — First place, Shawn Moulis, “Reduced Recoil: Fact or Fiction;”; second place, John Wallingford, “Using Your Noodle;” third place, Reese Menke, “It’s Electrifying.”

Sixth Grade Chemistry — First place, Caitlin Ross, "Vitamin C; second place, Bryant Redmond, “Effects of Electrolysis on Water;” third place, Hailey Conrad, “Dangerous Decay.”

Sixth Grade Life Science — First place, Cayce Prater, “Bad Bacteria;” second place, Shelby Hesler, “Fresh as a Daisy;” third place, Lukas Greenhill, “Fruit Flies Don’t Bother Me.”

Sixth Grade Earth Science — First place, Madison Harper, “Will You Recycle;” second place, Kelly Lee, “The Crystal Garden;” third place, Brandon Moran, “To Bean or Not To Bean.”

Sixth Grade Overall Medal Winner — Cody Whisman, “Fruit Power.”

Seventh Grade Physics — First place, Brett Collins, “Batteries;” second place, Emi Loving, “Let’n Off Steam;” third place, David Spence, “Accelerator.”

Seventh Grade Chemistry — First place, Logan Brown, “Caps Off;” second place, Ethan White, “You Are What You Eat;" third place, Owen Gillespie, “Plop, Plop, Fizz, Fizz.”

Seventh Grade Life Science — First place, Patrick Pfeffer, “Ice: Nice or Not;” second place, Alex Stahl, “Dumb Driver;” third place, Briana Lester, “Eye Shine Onlookers.”

Seventh Grade Earth Science — First place, Austin Denniston, “Natural Pesticides;” second place, Brandon Love, “Burning Trash for Life;” third place, Tiffany Qualls, “Cloud Cuties.”

Seventh Grade — Overall Medal Winner, Duncan Wood, “Medieval Cannon.”

Eighth Grade Physics — First place, Sonny Noel, “Who’s Better;” second place, Cara Irwin, “Which Fruits Make Electricity;” third place, Kellsey Moore, “The Sweetest Loser.”

Eighth Grade Chemistry — First place, Brandon Conrad, “Loose the Juice;” second place, David Iery, “Chill Out;” third place, Lucas Muse, “Battery Lights.”

Eighth Grade Life Science — First place, Jessica Bryant, “Do Anti-Bacterial Gels Affect the Growth of Bacteria;” second place, Lydia Trimble, “Bugs About You;” third place, Jessica Shotwell, “Plenty of Planaria.”

Eighth Grade Overall Medal Winner — Mackenzie Horvath, “Turn on the Lights.”

MCMS Principal’s Award, Casey Prater, “Bad Bacteria;” Mitzubishi Technology Award; Brianna Lester, “Eye shine Onlookers;” People’s Bank Display Award, sixth grade, Reese Menke, "It’s Electrifying;” seventh grade, Tiffany Qualls, “Cloud Cuties,” eighth grade, Nathaniel Grayson, “Maysville, Are Your Neighborhoods Polluted;” deSha’s Nutrition Award, Ethan White, “You Are What You Eat;” Gary Thomas Sorrell Scholarship Fund Dazzling Reaction Award, Brandon Conrad, “Loose the Juice,” Parker Segal, “Cost of Combustion;” MCMS Science Club Photography Award, Andreana Bennett, “Water vs. Gatorade,” Lauren Dyer, “As the Candle Burns;” Wald Manufacturing Engineering Award, Bryant Redmond, “Effects of Electrolysis on Water;” Carol Jean Flowers Botany Award, Andrew Jefferson, “Does Mother Nature Have the Greenest Thumb;” Emerson Power Energy Award, Emi Loving, “Let’n Off Steam,” Christian Kirk, “Does the Roll on the Trucks Affect How High You Ollie,” Brett Collins, “Effects of Temperature on Battery Life,” Jessica Bryant, “Germs Beware;” East Kentucky Power Electricity Award, Cody Whisman, “Fruit Power,” Reese Menke, “It’s Electrifying;” Bowling Farms Animal Sciences Award, Clay Saunders, “Feeder Lamb;” Ledger Independent Communications Award, Alex Stahl, “Dumb Driving;” Ranger Steel Metals and Materials Award, Kellsey Moore, “The Sweetest Loser,” Shawn Moulis, “Reduced Recoil:Fact or Fiction;” Meadowview Hospital Health Award, Jessica Bryant, “Germs Beware,” Casey Prater, “Bad Bacteria.”

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