Jayson Jacoby
The Baker City Herald

By Chris Collins

ccollins@bakercityherald.com

Science experiments on topics ranging from how to make plastic out of milk to preserving potatoes were presented by the 255 students of Baker Middle School during a Science Fair Tuesday night.

BMS science teachers are Nicole Butler, Chelsea Hurliman and Alan McCauley.

Here are the top winners at this year's event:

Albert Einstein Award (Top overall award)

Eighth-grader Katya Brown - milk to plastic

Best Investigation

Eighth-graders Emily Carterand Kaylan Mosser

Best Hypothesis

Brooke Jurries, seventh grade, egg flotation

Most Likely To Need Safety Goggles

1. Dawson Linscott, seventh grade; and Dillion Baldwin, eighth grade, Mentos and soda balloon

2. Eighth-graders Vicky Ortiz and Allicen Puckett, dry ice bubbles

3. Evan Bigler, eighth grade, foam cannon

Best Scientific Inquiry

1. Eighth-graders Kyler Bond and Gracee Cross, floating pop cans

2. Seventh-graders Brittanie Conant and Abby Hobbs, invincible bubbles

3. Seventh-graders Logan Brashler and Zach Schwin, mold

Most Beneficial to Society

1. Eighth-graders Megan Tool and Kyra Davis, filtration system

2. Griffin Stone, seventh-grader, stay fresh bags

3. Arcadia Morrissey and Marisa Fuzi, seventh-graders, music vs. sleep

Most Creative

Eighth-graders Kate Jesenko and Kaylee Burk, moss paint

Seventh-graders Eva Jones Bedolla and Carson Lien, dancing cornstarch

Seventh-graders Dylan Mastrude and Jackson Rohner, stains

Most Aesthetically Appealing

1. Seventh-graders Grace Gilmore and Emily Black, aquaponics

2. Eighth-graders Kailyn McQuisten and Calli Ward, rainbow fire

3. Seventh-graders Koedi Birmingham and Delaney Stone, potato preservation

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