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Posted: Thursday, January 13, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 10:14 am, Wed Feb 29, 2012.

The Lodi FFA held its annual agriscience fair on Jan. 6, where all of the chapters members competed with their numerous projects that tested the scientific method. Many members received first places and will be competing at the California FFA Field Day contests across the state.

The first places in each novice individual category are as following: botany, Brady Colburn; zoology, Flynn Gilbert; and overall novice individual, Flynn Gilbert. First place for novice teams are: botany, Kayla Adams and Jamee Martinez; zoology, Katie Sain and Allie Elzig; environmental science, Sydney Humphrey and Alyssa Culver; food science, Kelsey Connolly and Hanna Jones; and overall novice team, Alyssa Culver and Sydney Humphrey.

The advanced individuals are: botany, Kara Adams; zoology, Makayla Saco; food science, Kandis M.; overall advanced individual, Makayla Saco. The advanced teams are: botany, Kaitlyn Patrick and Julia Rowland; Zoology, Anton Bokish and Jeff Watt; environmental science, Kasey Wulff and John Guerreo; and engineering, Roy Yates and Chris Grenz.

— Source: Courtney Miller

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