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March 2, 2014

SCIENCE OLYMPIAD: Central teams advance to Science Olympiad State Meet

RICHMOND — Two teams from Madison Central High School have advanced to compete in the Science Olympiad State Meet, which will be held on Saturday, April 12.

The Red Team placed first and the Blue Team placed third in the Lexington Region Meet on Saturday. The Lexington Region includes: Madison Central, Madison Southern, Bell County, Middlesboro, Corbin. Bell County High School placed second.

Madison Central had a white team that did not place in the top four, however, several  students from that team placed in the top three places of their events.

Members of the Red Team included: Morgan Winter, Will Simpson, Chris Morrow, Savina Zimmerman, Amber Silver, Henry Richbug, Chandler Payne, Parker Householder, Tyler Masters, Kristin Brubaker, Madi Blethen, Renee Richburg, Love Richburg, Christina McCarty and Jill  Pittman.

Members of the Blue Team include: Keith Merson, Taylor Johnson, Mark Ciocca, lathan Jury, Tyler Cannon, Logan Boggess, Lauren Myre, Meg Glenn, Kishan Patel, Bryce Elliott, Kelsey Meek, Courtney Harrison, Cody McGlothlin, Taylor Johnson and Courtney Davis.

Members of the White Team include: Mason Dulaney, Garrett Dailey, Madi Miller, Ronnie Hoover, Elizabeth Rogers, Shelby Shuplinkov,and Maria Hoover and Brittany Weeks.

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