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W. Babylon Science Olympiad Team Wins Bronze Medals

The West Babylon Senior High School Science Olympiad team received two bronze medals at the New York State competition at Kellenberg High School in Uniondale.
The West Babylon Senior High School Science Olympiad team received two bronze medals at the New York State competition at Kellenberg High School in Uniondale.

The West Babylon Senior High School Science Olympiad team attended the New York State competition at Kellenberg High School in Uniondale, bringing home two bronze medals and placing 23rd out of 51 schools. 

Greg Fleury and John Martin were the bronze medal winners in the Magnetic Levitation activity, and Nicole Cutrone and Amber Volz received a bronze medal for their performance in Write It, Do It.

This is the high school team’s fourth consecutive appearance at the state-level competition. During the Suffolk County regional Science Olympiad competition, the team finished in an impressive third place and took home 13 medals. The program has grown considerably in the past eight years, starting off with one 15-member team. Today, the team boasts three teams with a total of 45 members.

The district congratulates the following New York State team members on their accomplishment this season:

Alex Barrett – Sophomore

Nicole Cutrone – Senior – Bronze medal for Write it, Do It

Griffin DeGaetano – Sophomore

Greg Fleury – Senior, Bronze medal for Magnetic Levitation

Christina Kielczweska – Junior

Mike Lee – Freshman

Justin Leeb – Sophomore

John Martin – Senior, Bronze medal for Magnetic Levitation

Jason Meurlin – Junior

Ryan Powers – Senior, Captain

James Preudhomme – Junior

Doug Scarangella – Senior

John Scheuring – Senior

Amber Volz – Senior, Captain – Bronze medal for Write It, Do It

Frankie Volz – Freshman

 

Photos provided by the West Babylon School District

 

 

 

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