Two Holley-Navarre Middle School students are headed to the regional competition after winning the grand prize in the school’s science fair.
For eighth-grader Angel Morris, microbiology is part of daily life.
She said her mother worked in the field when she was in college, and one day Angel wants to study microbiology, too.
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Grand prize winners Angel Morris and Regan Rudzki received a $50 check from local business Navarre Properties presented by co-owner Gerry Gallup to help prepare them to compete at the regional competition at the University of West Florida.
First place winners from the Holley-Navarre Middle School Science Fair from left to right are (front row) Chase Turner, 13; Tyler Culberson, 14; Kyla Brewer, 13; Samantha MacFarland, 14; Regan Rudzki, 13; (middle row) Kavay Howell, 14; Kate Faye, 13; Avery Ottley, 14; Skylar Manning, 14; Sarah Schumpert, 14; Angel Morris, 13; (back row) Dewey Smith, 11; Ezra McKenna, 13; Luke Losquadro, 13; and Chance Cunningham, 12.