SLEEPY HOLLOW, N.Y. -- Thirteen Sleepy Hollow High School science research students were among 350 students who competed in the 14th annual Westchester Science and Engineering Fair.
The students competed for a variety of prizes and for a chance to qualify for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, which will be held in Los Angeles in May.
Elizabeth Sobolik came in first place in the category of cell biology and qualified for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
Javiera Morales won the Environmental Perspiration Award for her field work in the field of environmental science and will present her research paper at the International Energy Environment, Engineering Fair in Houston, Texas in April.
Heather Brown came in fourth place in cell biology and won the Society for InVitro Biology Award.
Luke Colley came in fourth place in environmental science. Emily Carter was awarded the American Psychological Association award for outstanding behavioral research, while Kimberly Martinez and Sonya Smith won the Fisher Scientific Award for outstanding projects in the field of behavioral sciences.
Liliana Calix won the American Meteorological Society Award, the RICOH Sustainability Award and the Stockholm Junior Water Prize.
Senior Tim Frankstone was awarded the Mianus River Ecology Award.
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