Two Clinton Central School Science Olympiad teams competed at Regionals at LeMoyne College.
With their fourth-place finish, the Science Olympiad team is headed to states for the fifth consecutive year. The State tournament will be at LeMoyne next month.
Clinton placed 4th of 34 teams after much larger schools. First was Fayetteville-Manlius, second Jamesville-Dewitt, third Christian Brothers Academy, fourth Clinton and fifth Camden.
The following students medaled in the events listed:
•Astronomy: 5th John Musante and Sean Schreppel
•Bridge Building: 7th John Musante and Sean Schreppel
•Cell Biology: 5th Ollie Walters and Isla McCullough
•Codebusters: 3rd Izzy Marcus, Mia Le and Ollie Walters
•Detector Building: 7th James Klein and Isla McCullough
•Disease Detective: 7th Izzy Marcus and Landon Stilz and 8th Martin Amuso and Jack Wratten
•Dynamic Planet: 4th Gideon Dreier and John Musante and 7th Martin Amuso
•Environmental Chemistry: 10th Delia Memmer and Ali Wratten
•Experimental Design: 3rd Gideon Dreier, James Klein and Isla McCullough
•Fermi Questions: 9th Alex Hermann
•Flight: 2nd John Musante and Gideon Dreier
•Forensics: 7th Alicia Amuso and Clara Kelly
•Forestry: 5th Eli Davis and Clara Kelly
•Green Generation: 4th Mia Le and Isla McCullough
•It’s About Time: 1st Sean Schreppel and Eli Davis
•Remote Sensing: 7th Mia Le and Delia Memmer
•Scrambler: 6th Landon Stilz and Ollie Walters
•Write It, Do It: 8th Martin Amuso and Gavin VanSlyke
At the state tournament students from 60 schools compete in 26 categories to earn points.
The top finisher qualifies for the national tournament, which this year is in Wichita, Kansas.