LAMS Team Wins Regional Science Bowl

LAMS Science Bowl Coach Lindsey Fullop with the LAMS Science Bowl Team of Andrew Bacrania, Jasper Carpenter, John Kang and Alyssa Sun won the regional Science Bowl and has advanced to the national level. Courtesy/LAPS

LAPS News:

The Los Alamos Middle School Science Bowl Team of Andrew Bacrania, Jasper Carpenter, John Kang and Alyssa Sun won the regional Science Bowl and has advanced to the national level.  

The middle school had two teams competing in the regional contest held earlier this month. “Both teams played well,” LAMS Science Bowl Coach Lindsey Fullop said. “The National Science Bowl contest dates and location (virtual or in person in Washington DC) are yet to be determined but we are very proud of both teams and look forward to the next round of competition against other schools throughout the country.”

Members of team 2 include Hayden Shelton, Anna Simakov, Michael Witkowski and Emily Xu.

Los Alamos High School also sent two teams to compete in the regional Science Bowl, held virtually and hosted by Sandia Laboratories. Members of the A team include seniors Andy Corliss, Phillip Ionkov and Jennie Gao, sophomore Minhtet Htoon and freshman Linnhtet Htoon. Seniors Cinyoung Huang and Aaron Philip, junior Quinton Geller and freshmen Asher Koh and Tor Leitner comprised the B team.

The A Team received second place in a very close final competition, being narrowly beat out by La Cueva.

“I am so proud of all of our Science Bowlers,” Coach Ali Renner said. “They endlessly impress me – not just with their huge knowledge base, reasoning ability, and sheer speed – but also for their sportsmanship and support of one another.”

Members of the A team include seniors Andy Corliss, Phillip Ionkov and Jennie Gao, sophomore Minhtet Htoon and freshman Linnhtet Htoon. Seniors Cinyoung Huang and Aaron Philip, junior Quinton Geller and freshmen Asher Koh and Tor Leitner comprised the B team. Courtesy/LAPS

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