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Young scientists shine at CMS science fair

Sixty students created 37 exhibits that were entered for judging in the Camillus Middle School Science Fair on Feb. 26.

"The quality of the experiments was impressive, with a great variety of topics covered," said Science teacher Jackie Mills, who coordinated the fair.

Project themes were diverse and included, "Vericomposting," "Spin-Ertia," "Chocolate Bloom," "Plants to Dye For," and "How Coffee Affects the Body."

Parents were invited in the evening to view the projects and attend the awards ceremony.

Award winners

Best in Show

Kenneth Brill, What's in Your Tank?

Jessie Brill and Delaney Nolan, Spin-Ertia

Shannon Cahalan, Roller Coaster Physics

William Northrup and Grainger Sasso, Catapult

8th Grade

1st Kenneth Brill

2nd Emma Ryan

3rd Alexander Thurston and Abigail Thurston

3rd (tie) Alyssa Purdy

7th Grade

1st Jessie Brill and Delaney Nolan

2nd Christina Lee

3rd Brianna Smith and Aselyn Scott

3rd (tie) Michael Richards

Honorable Mention

Corey McCrea and Collin McCrea

Eric Wolfe and Kelton Burnside

James Hickey and Nicholas Serrao

6th Grade

1st Shannon Cahalan

2nd William Northrup and Grainger Sasso

3rd Jackson Powell

3rd (tie) Rebecca Purdy and Devyn Ottman

Honorable Mention:

Monica Andrews

Katherine Widrick and Haley Richardson

Megan Angrick and Christianna Braun

Nicholas Cunningham and Brendan McMahon

Alexander Mora

Valerie Sheitz and Drew Nowark

Steven Mirabito

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