Several students at St. John Fisher School in Rancho Palos Verdes won recognition at the Los Angeles County Science Fair on March 25. That list includes:

• Julianna Ramirez, 3rd Place, Animal Biology, Jr. Division

• Braden Nucum, 1st Place, Behavioral/ Social Sciences–Human, Jr. Division, plus American Psychological Society Special Award

• Aleksa Jarasunas, 1st Place, Chemistry- General, Jr. Division, plus Office of Naval Research Special Award

• Jeanie Benedict, 1st Place, Engineering Research, Jr. Division

• Jack Olson, 2nd Place, Engineering Research, Jr. Division

• Lukas Jarasunas, Honorable Mention, Engineering Research, Jr. Division, plus James E. Roberts Award of Excellence given by the Professional Engineers in California Government

• Brooke Billnitzer, Recognition, Environmental Management, Jr. Division

• JJ Abele, 2nd Place, Pharmacology, Jr. Division

• Kenny De Leon, Honorable Mention, Physics-General, Jr. Division

• Jason Huffstutter, Honorable Mention, Physics-General, Jr. Division

• Julia Osborne, Recognition, Physics- General, Jr. Division

• Lauren Billnitzer, 3rd Place, Plant Biology and Physiology, Jr. Division

• Lexi Wetzel, Recognition, Plant Biology and Physiology, Jr. Division

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