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SUPERB IN SCIENCE

May 26, 2018

GALLIPOLIS, Ohio — Outstanding local high school science graduates were honored by Holzer Health Systems at its 35th annual High School Science Awards Banquet, according to a news release.

Each student was presented with a certificate and monetary award. A representative from each high school who attended the event was presented a check to further their efforts in their respective school’s Science programs. The Science Awards Program encompasses high schools from Athens, Gallia, Jackson, Meigs, Lawrence, Pike and Vinton Counties in Ohio; and Mason County in West Virginia.

Holzer Health System Science Awards recipients are:

• Jordan Lumbatis, Alexander High School

• Tony Li, Athens High School

• Brooklyn Hammond, Buckeye Hills Career Center

• Madisyn Yeomans, Chesapeake High School

• Trevor Deere, Dawson-Bryant High School

• Austin Canaday, Eastern Local (Beaver) High School

• Elayna Bissell, Eastern Local High School

• Brennan Criswell, Fairland High School

• Taylor Gillian, Federal Hocking High School

• Adam Sickels, Gallia Academy High School

• Cassidy Duffer, Hannan High School

• Jazmine Hammond, Ironton High School

• Rachel Goodall, Jackson High School

• Bradley Logan, Meigs High School

• Addison Bowers, Nelsonville-York High School

• Bailey Ward, Oak Hill High School

• Shelby Bing, Ohio Valley Christian School

• Bryce Tayengco, Point Pleasant High School

• Hunter Coon, River Valley High School

• Gavin Jenkins, Rock Hill High School

• Riley Sanders, South Gallia High School

• Kendall Bryant, South Point High School

• Hannah Evans, Southern High School

• Clay Willis, St. Joseph High School

• Derik Brace, Symmes Valley High School

• Calen Campbell, Trimble High School

• Cole Pridemore, Vinton County High School

• Lauren Fields, Wahama High School

• Hailey Hauck, Waverly High School

• Mary Ray, Wellston High School

Through the Science Awards Program, Holzer has contributed thousands of dollars to area schools and students. For more information, visit www.holzer.org or call 855-4-HOLZER.

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