2018 Granbury ISD District Science and Engineering Fair Secondary Winners

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    Scholarships
     
    Luminant – Best of Show: Rebecca Burch
     
    Luminant – Judges’ Favorite Project: Averie Coffman
     
    Luminant – Most Impactful Project: Hunter Meroney
     
    Camp Fire – Most Creative Project: Maddie Bills and Reese Holmgreen
     
    Lake Granbury Kiwanis Club – Project with the Most Potential: Abigail Stone
     
    Gold Level Awards
    • Justin Chapman and Christian Fawley – “Head Shots”
    • Abigail Stone – “The Body Fights Back”

    Silver Level Awards

    • Owen Aramburu – “Are Fingerprint Patterns Inherited?”
    • Macie Boyd and Emily Pyle – “Melting the Truth”
    • Averie Coffman – “What’s in Your Drink? Part 2”
    • Rylan Fleming – “Sodasicle”
    • Miles Hopson – “How Much Weight Before It's Too Late”
    • Calib Jones – “Organic Fruits and Drosophila Melanogaster”
    • Zachary Layland – “What Should You Eat!!!”
    • Gavin Logsdon – “Got Bad Milk?
    • Hunter Meroney – “Do Wind Farms Cause Harm to Plants?”

    Bronze Level Awards

    • Maddie Bills and Reese Holmgreen – “Can Music Prevent the Growth of Bacteria?”
    • Peyton Bills – “How Fast Does Mold Grow on Fruit?”
    • Rebecca Burch – ”Does Font Affect Memory?”
    • Kros Croxton, Riley Pickett, and Cineca Valverde – “Cell Phone Concentration”
    • Brack Peacock – “Which Type of Line?”
    • Cooper Sanderson – “Illusions: Is It a Boy or Girl Thing?”

    Honorable Mention Awards

    • KayZee Martin and Caleigh Underwood – “It’s Lit”
    • Carsyn Wheeler – “Can an Adult Pass a Middle School Science Test?”

     

    Photos by Kristen Baldridge/Granbury High School