In the Zoology field, the three students receiving a superior rating were Aaron Sealts of Fort Jennings; and Emma Recker and Mitchel Konst from Miller City-New Cleveland.
Seven students received a superior rating in the Botany field. They were Troy Ricker from Fort Jennings; Daniel Siebeneck, Tyson Niese, and Emily Warnimont from Miller City-New Clevelend; Kara Landin from Ottoville; Kara Schmidt from St. Anthony’s; and Garrett Langhals, a homeschooled student in the Columbus Grove district.
Erin Eickholt and Natalie Morman both earned superior ratings in the area of Biochemistry.
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