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WYSE Regional Competition at Fenwick

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More than 250 students from 10 different schools came to Fenwick after school on Tuesday to compete in the WYSE (Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering) Regionals. "It was our largest turnout ever," says Science Teacher and WYSE Moderator Mr. Dave Kleinhans. Students from each team took two subject-matter tests, and the top 14 team members comprise the team score.

"Fenwick students accounted for 60 of the 250 plus," Mr. Kleinhans continues, adding that the Friars fared very well. "We will advance to the sectionals which are hosted by North Central College on March 6th."

Fenwick competed in seven subjects areas. Results follow with a list of top-performing students by category in order of finish:

Biology: 1st, 2nd, 3rd place winners

Eva

Homberger

Sarah

Winkiel

Olivia

Evans

Ronan

 Kristufek

Daniel

 Majcher

 

Chemistry: 2nd, 3rd place winners

Tommy

 Bartecki

Susan

Zeh

Eva

Homberger

Joe

Zawacki

Nate

Crowell​

 

Computer Science: 1st, 2nd, 3rd place winners

Jack

Vomacka

Matt

Augustyn

Jamie

Heneghan

Lauren

 Riggs

Avyn

Alairys

 

Engineering Graphics: 1st, 2nd place winners

Eileen Petros

Zach Dolsen

   


English: 1st, 2nd, 3rd place winners

Jack

Vomacka

Paul

Cederoth

Ana

Tisa

Sarah

Winkiel

Grace

Vomacka

 

Math: 1st, 2nd, 3rd place winners

Jacob

Mazur

 

Michael

Dillon

 

Susan

Zeh

 

Spencer

 Gallagher

 

Mark

Lasek

 

 

Physics: 1st, 2nd, 3rd place winners with many ties

Matt

Augustyn

 

Jamie

Heneghan

 

Jacob

Mazur

 

Eileen

Petros

 

Adam

Aguilar

 

Tommy

Bartecki

 

Spencer

Gallagher

 

Zach

Dolsen

 

"Two of our top scoring seniors missed the competition due to illness. We are hiring a team physician for Sectionals," Mr. Kleinhans jests.

Who else will advance to the Sectional round?

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