The Columbia Science Olympiad team placed 2nd in the Regional Championships this weekend out of a field of 18 teams. They earned 22 medals including five gold.
Based on their result, Columbia has qualified for the New York State Championships on March 17-18 at Le Moyne College.
Congratulations to the team!
Bridge – Akkhil Morkonda and Alyssa Sentz
Disease Detectives – Akkhil Morkonda and Sophia Xin
Dynamic Planet – Teddy Howard and Cait Weinheimer
Experimental Design – Austin Ernst, Harini Conji, and Umaiza Shah
It’s About Time – Teddy Howard and Prithul Gautam
Cell Biology – Harini Conji and Sophia Xiao
Chem Lab – Akkhil Morkonda and Morgan Sanford
Trajectory – Chris Uttendorfer and Prithul Gautam
Wifi Lab – Akshat Arinav and Umaiza Shah
Write it Do it – Laney Broglio and Bella Temkin
Forestry – Raychelle Adadjo and Alaina Marino
Rocks and Minerals – Raychelle Adadjo and Alaina Marino
Detector Building – Akshat Arinav and Sophia Xiao
Environmental Chemistry – Morgan Sanford and Alyssa Sentz
Fermi Questions – Austin Ernst and Chris Uttendorfer
Remote Sensing – Akshat Arinav and Harini Conji
Flight – Austin Ernst and Morgan Sanford
Forensics – Chris Uttendorfer and Payten Hines
Codebusters – Joann Shirley Pole, Laney Broglio, and Chase Galkiewicz
Detector Building – Shreeya Gillela and Aadit Akula
Experimental Design – Laney Broglio, Hari Conji, and Shreeya Pullela
Forestry – Teddy Howard and Sophia Xin
Green Generation – Nicholas Pugliese and Prithul Gautam
Rocks and Minerals – Alyssa Sentz and Sophia Xin
The team returns to action on February 18 at the UPenn Invitational Championships.
Congratulations to the Columbia Science Olympiad team for placing 2nd in the Regional Championships this weekend and earning a spot in the NYS Championships next month! @Columbia_HS_BD pic.twitter.com/xv9g1xXLxk
— East Greenbush CSD (@EGreenbushCSD) February 7, 2023