OJHS receives third place at Science Olympiad

Oakdale Junior High School’s Science Olympiad team shone at the Stanislaus County Regional Olympiad, securing a third place overall finish. The team had several standout students who earned both individual and team awards in various events.

In the event “Can’t Judge a Powder,” Lillian McNamee and Melayah Mortazavi claimed third place, while Brenna Franca and Allison Spiller secured third place in “Code Busters.” Clair Lang excelled in “Disease Detectives,” earning a third place finish, and William Beckstand placed third in “Dynamic Planet.”

Kailin Wei and Dakota Radliff took second place in “Reach for the Stars,” while Emmett Hunter and William Beckstand claimed fourth place in “Flight.” Gradie Wright earned a fifth place finish in “Forestry,” and Addisyn Martin and Kailin Wei secured fourth place in “Fossils.” Ximena Sanchez and Addisyn Martin placed fourth in “Meteorology,” while Liam Allen placed fourth in “Optics.”

The highlight of the competition was when Ximena Sanchez and Gradie Wright were victorious in “Wind Power,” earning a first place finish for their team.

By Riley Johnson

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