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Six-year streak

Apr 12, 2018 By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer

For the sixth consecutive year, the Science Olympiad team at Riverton Middle School has been crowned champion at Wyoming's state competition, which took place ...


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Sixth-grader Garrick McDonald tested a marble on his

Sixth-grader Garrick McDonald tested a marble on his "Roller Coaster" project, which uses only gravity to make a marble travel along a track. In the Roller Coaster competition, competitors aim to have their marbles reach the end of the track at a certain time. Photo by Dan Bendtsen


Sixth-grader Garrick McDonald tested a marble on his

Sixth-grader Garrick McDonald tested a marble on his "Roller Coaster" project, which uses only gravity to make a marble travel along a track. In the Roller Coaster competition, competitors aim to have their marbles reach the end of the track at a certain time. Photo by Dan Bendtsen

Seventh grader Kade Gabrielsen sketched out a new design for a hovercraft to compete at the national Science Olympiad competition.

Seventh grader Kade Gabrielsen sketched out a new design for a hovercraft to compete at the national Science Olympiad competition.


Seventh grader Kade Gabrielsen sketched out a new design for a hovercraft to compete at the national Science Olympiad competition.

Seventh grader Kade Gabrielsen sketched out a new design for a hovercraft to compete at the national Science Olympiad competition.

Garrick McDonald and sixth-grader Kaden Chatfield soldered pieces onto their battery-powered vehicle.

Garrick McDonald and sixth-grader Kaden Chatfield soldered pieces onto their battery-powered vehicle.


Garrick McDonald and sixth-grader Kaden Chatfield soldered pieces onto their battery-powered vehicle.

Garrick McDonald and sixth-grader Kaden Chatfield soldered pieces onto their battery-powered vehicle.

Eighth-grader Michaela Osborne weighed a new lightweight tower that's aimed at holding as much sand as possible.

Eighth-grader Michaela Osborne weighed a new lightweight tower that's aimed at holding as much sand as possible.


Eighth-grader Michaela Osborne weighed a new lightweight tower that's aimed at holding as much sand as possible.

Eighth-grader Michaela Osborne weighed a new lightweight tower that's aimed at holding as much sand as possible.

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