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ESO 2005 Final Facts
Announcing the 2005 Team Winners
Kitty Stone Elementary claimed its third straight team championship by medalling in 18 of 28 events including 9 first place finishes enroute to the ESO 2005 team title. The Donoho School of Anniston finished second, St. Bede Catholic of Montgomery third, and Hall-Kent of Homewood fourth in the overall team standings.

2005 Award Winners
Gold, Silver, and Bronze... The event-by-event list of nearly 200 individual medalists from Elementary Science Olympiad 2005 at Jacksonville High School.

Students confer during Categories. Teams line-up for launch
in Aerodynamics.

In thought...
Teams at work in Cranium Command.
The St. Bede team discusses answers
in Cranium Command.

Congrats to all our participating schools... Clay, Donoho, Hall-Kent, Kitty Stone, Lincoln, Paine, Sacred Heart, St. Bede, and Wellborn. Thanks for helping make ESO 2005 a success!

On the way down...
a drop in Crash Landing.
Kitty Stone's Clark Sides and Hudson Lafayette prepare for the drop.

Lincoln's Logan Brown gives clues
to sister Leia in Say It Again.
Writers jot down some instructions
in Write It, Do It.

Amazing Architects
Donoho's Bryce St. Clair and Rachel Matson used just 50 plastic straws and 20 straight pins to design a 40 cm tall tower that held over 400 grams of weight. Good for the gold medal in ESO's newest event Straw Tower.

ABC 33/40 Meteorologist John Oldshue poses for pictures after his presentation. St. Bede accepts the 3rd place trophy.

Donoho takes home the
2nd place team trophy.
Kitty Stone team members rush to center court to accept the 1st place trophy.

Updated: February 27, 2005.

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