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ESO 2015 Final Facts
Announcing the 2015 Team Winners
Clanton Intermediate School (Clanton) earned medals in 19 of 28 events including 5 first place finishes to win its first-ever overall team title in the 2015 Elementary Science Olympiad at Jacksonville High School on Saturday, February 21st. Faith Christian School of Annison finished 2nd, its highest finish ever. Kitty Stone (Jacksonville) was third, followed by Donoho (Anniston) in 4th, Corner in 5th, and Excalibur Christian School (Huntsville) in 6th in the overall team standings.

2015 Award Winners
Gold, Silver, and Bronze... The event-by-event list of over 340 individual medalists from Elementary Science Olympiad 2015 at Jacksonville High School.

Competition and Awards Ceremony Photos
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Gold medalists Emma Kate Locke and Mason Zuelzke from Clanton at work in
Deep Blue Sea.
Teams work on problems in Geometrics.
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Emily Huche and Ariel Woods work to get 50 grams of a substance in Grab a Gram. 6th place medalists Katelyn Pope and Anna Strautman from Faith Christian compete in Grab a Gram.
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Brianna Plant and Luke Dimier from Paine Intermediate at work in Grab a Gram. Chalkville's Kevin Lin, Jillian Johnson, and Huy Nguyen discuss answers in Triple Play.
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Brighton's Darien Wilson, Da'Nalya Dabney, and KeOndranese Turner at work in Triple Play. Gold medalists Avree Parrish, Evelyn Cleckler, and Chris Milks from Clanton among the teams at work in Triple Play.

The Big Individual Winners
Two students captured 4 medals each: Donoho's Amarachi Nwogu and Faith Christian's Brady Patterson. Nwogu was one of three students, along with Katie Justice from Corner and Todd Morgan from Excalibur Christian School, to win two gold medals. 18 total students earned 3 medals each: Clanton's Evelyn Cleckler, Clayton Miller, Jake Moore, Andrew Simpson, & Sam Smith; Corner's Jackson Harris & Katie Justice; Donoho's Isabella Nelson, Chloe Phillips, Ash Reddy, & Carter Stremmel; Excaibur's Matthew Hurt, Nick Morgan, & Todd Morgan; Faith Christian's Madison Brown, Carly Hawbaker, Todd Morgan, & Isabella Patten; and North Highland's Mariyah Kelly.

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Silver medalists Wyatt Sargent and Collin Pate from West Jefferson work in front of gold medalsist Kevin Lin and Deija Neller from Chalkville in Bridging the Gap. Jefferson Christian Academy's Logan Eason and Caitlin Van Horn construct their bridge in Bridging the Gap.
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4th place finishers Brody Bean and Mason Terrell from Kitty Stone prepare to watch their parachute fall in Free Fall. Excalibur's Jozef Sobczak and Miriam Radcliff, 6th place medalists, watch their parachute drop in Free Fall.
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Silver medalists Mariah Dukes draws pictures for her partner Abby Price (Saks Middle) in Quick Sketch. 5th place finisher Luke Price from Concord draws for his partner Jake Knowles in Quick Sketch.

Celebrating 22 Years of ESO at JHS
Jacksonville High School celebrated its 21st year of hosting Elementary Science Olympiad competitions with 26 participating teams, who this year braved some winter weather to make the trip to Jacksonville for the competition (7 schools could not attend due to icy road conditions). From just 4 schools in 1993 to over 30 registered each year since 2010, ESO's impact on education in Alabama is bigger than ever. Over 500 students participated in events in 2015 including students from Adamsville, Brighton, Bryan, Chalkville, Clanton, Corner, Donoho, Excalibur Christian, Faith Christian, Fultondale, Gardendale, Hueytown, Irondale, Jefferson Christian, Kermit Johnson, Kitty Stone, Lipscomb, Minor, Mt. Olive, North Highland, Paine, Pleasant Grove, Prattville Christian, Saks Middle, and West Jefferson. Thanks for helping make ESO 2015 yet another success!

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Ethan Muncher and Arion Cannon work together to design a tower in Mystery Architecture. Shane Wells and Alex Ship from Fultondale piece together their structure in Mystery Architecture.
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Jackson Miller and Hannah Hatcher study the puzzles in Super Sleuths. Partners collaborate to solve puzzles in Super Sleuths.
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Brooks Hosmer and Mason Johnson look for answers on the state map in Which Way's North?. West Jefferson's Gracie Northcutt and Katie Causey hard a work in Which Way's North?.
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Judges measure 4th place finisher Dakota Gardiner's (West Jefferson) vehicle distance in crowd-favorite Pastamobile. Another large crowd of participants and supporters gathers in the gym for the ESO at JHS 2015 awards ceremony.

Updated: February 24, 2015.

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