Students from Amarillo High School and Bonham Middle School will compete in the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2017 National Science Bowl this week in Washington, D.C. after winning the Pantex Regional Science Bowls.
U.S. Congressman Mac Thornberry (R-Clarendon) said, “I would like to congratulate the students from Amarillo High School and Bonham Middle School who each won the Pantex Regional Science Bowl. I am proud to have these hardworking and dedicated students representing District 13 in the National Science Bowl and am excited to see young people from our state interested in science and math. I wish these two bright young teams the best of luck the rest of the way.”
Amarillo High School’s team includes Kincannon Wilson, Tripp Harwell, Hunter Liu, Sahithi Tirumala, and Dawson Miller. They are coached by Rebekah McCallops and Kyle Hallett. Bonham Middle School’s team includes Ryan Jalbert, Josiah Miller, Rushmita Devulapalli, and Korbin Scroggins. They are coached by Hannah Galbreath and Kimberly Irving.
Their teams are one of 48 middle school teams and one of 63 high school teams from across the country that advanced to the national competition.