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KANAWHA | West Hancock seventh- and eighth-graders shared their research with the public during the recent science fair at the middle school.

This year's fair featured 73 projects. Paul Sonius, middle school science teacher, said more students than that participated, but eighth-graders were allowed to work in pairs.

The winners in each class were:

Seventh Grade - first place, Sydney Tue; second place, Madeline Clendenen and third Place, Hannah Barker.

Eighth Grade - first place, Brighton Kudej; second place, Isabelle Rosin; third place, Hayden Lang/Emma Bauer.

Students who received a score of 89.5 or above will advance to the State Science and Technology Fair of Iowa on March 29 in Ames.

Those advancing to the state science fair are: Sydney Tue, Mallory Leerar, Hannah Barker, Eden Nielsen, Whytnie Johnson, Madeline Clendenen, Isabelle Rosin, Maddie Bruggeman, Madison Wood, Hayden Lang, Emma Bauer, Kamryn Eckels, Olivia Moore, Dru Hagen, Jenna Marchand, Morgan Francis, Makenzie Erdahl, Bailey Gear, Shelby Goepel, Aiden Barber, Brighton Kudej, Jackson Johnson and Caeden Harle.

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