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Mansfield Senior High Holds Science Fair

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  Original Published: 2/26/2013

Mansfield Senior High School revived its annual Science Fair Monday, after a three-year hiatus.

Ninety students in seventh through twelfth grades exhibited their projects for judging.

Thirteen projects were rated as "superior", making them eligible to compete in the Mohican District Science Day at Ashland University on March 23rd. 

They are:

Adrion Stanford, Raven Allen & Kaitlyn Bartholomew- The Breakdown of Forensic Science

Emma Lambert & Alexis Todd- Hair Color and Static Electricity

Grace Haring- Short Term Memory

Zach Blank- Wet cell vs. Dry cell Batteries

Curtis French- Baseball Bats

Alexia Kemmerling- Does cold effect the hearing aid battery?

Ian Brown- Rocket Recovery

Jeryn Reese & Aubrey Leclair- How drinks effect teeth

Simone Marshall & Mitch Miller- Does Breast Feeding effect chances of Breast Cancer?

Maranda Cline- Are you left brained or right brained?

Paige Gutai- Which toothpaste whitens the best

Anastasia Axiopolous- Music's effect on mood

McKenna Clinage- What effect does acid rain have on stones?

Winners at AU compete in the state science fair.

   
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