Tornadoes headed to State Science Fair

A host of Tornadoes placed in the Regional Science Fair and many will now compete at the state level.

Students from Laurel High School who placed first, second or third in the Regional Science Fair will have the opportunity to compete in the State Science Fair at Ole Miss in April. Shaquavia Straughn (seated L-R)  and Jasmine Bender placed first in ninth and 10th grade chemistry, Kimberton Mai and Bryce Ward placed first in ninth and 10th grade engineering, Keelyn Brown and Kalen Brown placed first in 11th and 12th grade engineering, (standing L-R) Brianna Jones placed first in 11th & 12th grade behavioral science, Noah Madison placed first in ninth and 10th grade engineering, Tierra Cooper and Kahdejah Moody placed first in 11th and 12th grade behavioral science, Alexandria Seals and Michelle Gomez placed third in ninth and 10th grade chemistry, Zykeria Johnson, Breunna McCann and Courtney Thigpen placed second in ninth and 10th grade physics, Karina Mendez placed third in 11th and 12th grade chemistry,  Camesha Johnson placed second in 11th and 12th grade biochemistry, Martina McLaurin placed third in 11th and 12th grade biochemistry and Kross Carmichael placed second in 11th and 12th grade physics. Not Pictured: Doris Velasquez placed third in ninth and 10th grade chemistry, Margaurite Gavin, Tiara Grady and Joshua Cooley placed first in 11th and 12th grade earth space and environmental and Devin Williams placed second in 11th and 12th grade earth, space and environmental.

The Laurel High School students who placed fourth, fifth or sixth  in the Regional Science Fair held at the University of Southern Mississippi are(seated L-R) Skylar McCann, Zikeyrra Haynes and Amir Breland, fifth place in ninth and 10th grade chemistry; Edward Bailey, Rayshawn Johnson and Corintha Sanson, fifth place in ninth and 10th grade engineering; (standing L-R) Harris Hauenstein, fourth place in 11th and 12th grade chemistry;  Andrea Boykin, Roxeanne McDonald and Jamarcus White, fourth place in ninth and 10th grade engineering;  Jaijeria Martin, sixth place in 11th and 12th grade chemistry and Keoshae Knight, sixth place in 11th and 12th grade engineering. Not Pictured: Hayden Wigington, fourth place in 11th and 12th grade chemistry; Jakai Epps, Kearra Keyes and  Javin Arrington, fourth place in 11th and 12th grade engineering;  Travion Evans and Alicia Drummond, sixth place in 11th and 12th grade engineering.

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