An additional 22 students earned top marks and will participate in the state History Fair in April. The top two finishers advance to the state history fair. Last year, seven local students participated in the national history fair in Washington, D.C.
Winning first place honors in the junior high division are Annsheri Reay for a paper of Chief Walkara and Spencer Moulton and Ammon Ward for a documentary on Living Legacies.
Kiley Tracy is first for an individual exhibit on Ronald Reagan, while Adri Black and Savannah Kakunes are first for a group exhibit on Fannie Lou Hamer.
Second place winners in the junior high division include Aspen English, Emma Burge and Kaitlyn Montella, while third place honors go to Celeste Hillhouse, K’shai Dyer, Tabitha Silversmith, Jade Warren and Benjamin Tohsonii.
In the high school division, top honors go to Nathalie Reay for a paper on George Washington and Bryson Chamberlain is first for a website on computers.
Molly Anderson is first for an individual documentary on Barbie, while Eli Johnson and Daniel Young are first for a group documentary on John Deere.
Allie Eberling is first for an individual exhibit on the 1998 Four Corners Manhunt, while Drew Baird and Beth Cecil are first for a group exhibit on Johnny Cash.
Second place winners in the high school division include Camilla Boyle, Joseph Fellmeth, Andrew Torres and Matt Freestone, while third place honors go to Anna Rowley, Jerrica Torres, Abigail Trevizo and Kari Schmidt.