GHHS Science Olympiad team places 16th at national tournament

Morgan Womack, Reporter

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Science Olympiad teams from across the country competed in the National Science Olympiad tournament on Saturday, May 19 at Colorado State University. The GHHS team placed 16th overall with a total score of 446 points and medaled in four of 23 events. Medals were awarded to the top six places in each event.

Click here to view the team’s results.

At the opening ceremony, seniors Noah VanAbbema, Trent Stegink, Noah Merriman and John Richardson hold the GHHS banner.
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