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Pasco County science fair winners

Pasco High junior Patrick McCabe will represent the school at the state level after a first-place win at the regional fair.

MICHELE MILLER | Times

Pasco High junior Patrick McCabe will represent the school at the state level after a first-place win at the regional fair.

Science Fair winners

These students were named winners of the 2011 Pasco Regional Science and Engineering Fair for secondary students that was held in February.

They will compete at the Secondary State Science and Engineering Fair, today through Friday in Orlando.

They are:

Gabrielle Cohen, Seven Springs Middle; Noah Webb, Pine View Middle; Samir Sunna, John Long Middle; Sarah Wasson, Pine View Middle; Joshua Fiallo, Centennial Middle; Cody Melton, Centennial Middle; Jaquelyn Nagy, Paul R. Smith Middle; Abigail Gatley, J.W. Mitchell High; Joseph Gargano, J.W. Mitchell High; Corrine Barnes, J.W. Mitchell High; Ellysa Capizze, J.W. Mitchell High; Cornelius van Wyk, J.W. Mitchell High; Paige DePagter, J.W. Mitchell High; Zoe Pappas, J.W. Mitchell High; Kayla LaDez, River Ridge High; Patrick McCabe, Pasco High; James Stewart, Sunlake High; Mark Detlor, Bishop Larkin Catholic; Collin Hankin, St. Anthony's Catholic; Justin Mohr, St. Anthony's Catholic; Kenneth Quale, Academy at the Lakes; Tori Emerick, Academy at the Lakes; Sophia Sokolowski, Academy at the Lakes; and Polyxemi Pavlides, Day Spring Academy.

Schools that participated in the Pasco County Regional Science Engineering Fair:

Centennial Middle, Chasco Middle, John Long Middle, Pineview Middle, River Ridge Middle, Charles Rushe Middle, Pasco Middle, Seven Springs Middle, Paul R. Smith Middle, R.B. Stewart Middle, T.E. Weightman Middle, Crews Lake Middle, Hudson Middle, Gulf Middle, J.W. Mitchell High, River Ridge High, Sunlake High, Zephyrhills High, Pasco High, Academy at the Lakes, Bishop Larkin Catholic, St. Anthony's Catholic, Genesis Preparatory and Day Spring Academy.

Pasco County science fair winners 03/22/11 [Last modified: Tuesday, March 22, 2011 6:02pm]
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