Physics Olympics Place Second at YSU

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Physics Olympics Place Second at YSU

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The YSU Physics Olympics is a gathering of local high school students in a competition designed to strengthen the mind, demonstrate physics in applied settings, and to have fun. Several schools competed in many different activities and events throughout the day. This year, the Physics Olympics took place on Saturday, February 23rd. Lisbon David Anderson came in a close second to Hickory High school.

Lisbon placed in nine out of twelve total events at the competition. MacKenzie Brown, Katie Chludzinski and Kyle Claypool took first place in “Music.” Katie Chludzinski and Kyle Claypool took first place in “Hot Water Maker.” Natalie Ammon and Reagan Emmerling took second place in “Soda Straw Arm.” Brice Blackburn and Justin Sweeney took second place in the “Ping-Pong Launch.” Josh Entrikin took second place in the “Flying Machine.” Madison Ketchum and Marisa Spooner took second place in “Faraday Electromagnetic.” Katie Haifley took second place in the “Balsa Bridge.” Katie Chludzinski, Kyleen Culler, Josh Entrikin and Marisa Spooner took second place in the “Quiz Show.” Logan Bell, Katie Haifley and Justin Sweeney took third place in the “Fermi Quiz.” Also competing were Kyleen Culler, Karsyn Faulk and Autumn Oehlstrom who placed fourth for the “Poster.” Hailee Carpenter, Chloe Smith, Lindsi Welsh and Claire Wycoff placed fourth for the “Boat.” Emme Powell and Sierra Zarnosky also competed in the “Egg Drop.” Overall, it was a great day for the Blue Devils.

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