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Wausau West students participate in Science Olympiad

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The Wausau West High School Warrior Science Olympiad teams participated in the regional Science Olympiad competition at the UW-Marathon County campus.

3rd place in Food Science: Hannah Senanayake and Sanjana Arji

3rd place in Microbe Mission: Grace Schuler and Anjali Dvorak
3rd place in Electric Wright Stuff: Abe Niznik and Connor Knezic
3rd place in Mission Possible: Kenzie Ciepluch-Larson and Nat Tieman
3rd place in Mousetrap Vehicle: Jack Ford and Nathan Evers
3rd place in Rocks and Minerals: Luke Anderson and Eric Haag
2nd place in Herpetology: Luke Anderson and Sanjana Arji
2nd place in Remote Sensing: Renner Stubbe and Jeanna Kedrowski
3rd place in Disease Detective: Nat Tieman and Ariana Peters
1st place in Disease Detectives: Grace Schuler and Hannah Senanayake
2nd place in Write It, Do It: Annika Tordsen and Lilly Blarek
1st place in Write It, Do It: Marisa Velasquez and Kaila Kasten
1st place in Anatomy and Physiology: Kara Nyhus and Anjali Dvorak
1st place in Wifi Lab: Bennett Baumann and Eric Haag
1st place in Picture This: Jack Ford, Nathan Evers and Bennett Baumann

Twenty-one students from West High earned fifteen medals in thirteen different events. Wausau West High School Science Olympiad is coached by Mr. Paul Nelson and assisted by Ms. Kelley Derrick. Congratulations to all participants. Go Warriors

PHOTO:
(1st row l-r) Abraham Niznik, Nat Tieman, Kayla Malovrh, Hannah Senanayake, Grace Schuler, Lilly Blarek, Annika Tordsen, Anjali Dvorak, Ms. Derrick (coach); (2nd row l-r) Ariana Peters, Jeanna Kedrowski, Hannah Nygaard, Sanjana Arji, Kara Nyhus, Danyel Ma, Marisa Velasquez, Kenzie Ciepluch-Larson, Kaila Kasten, Connor Knezic, Kyle Durr; (3rd row l-r) Mr. Nelson (coach), Luke Anderrson, Renner Stubbe, Kory Rieth, Noah Knezic, Bennett Baumann, Jack Ford, Nathan Evers, Ben Stoecker, Eric Haag.

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