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A real brain workout (photos/video)

Issac Muradanes, 13, left, and Zack Bolten, 12, right, load sand into a bucket to test the weight that the boomilever they built would bear before breaking. The two, from Highlands Middle school in Kenniwick, were participating in the first South Central Washington Science Olympiad, which included 92 students from 8 schools, took place at Yakima Valley Community College on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013. Students, grouped into teams, competed in different areas, from an egg drop event, to food science and engineering projects. (SARA GETTYS/Yakima Herald-Republic)

  • Zack Bolten, 12, left, and Issac Muradanes, 13, center, set up the boomilever they built for the first South Central Washington Science Olympiad. The event included 92 students from 8 schools, took place at Yakima Valley Community College on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013. Students, grouped into teams, competed in different areas, from an egg drop event, to food science and engineering projects.  (SARA GETTYS/Yakima Herald-Republic)
  • Bailey Tippett, 11, left, and Clara-Beth Hamill, 11, work on a problem in the food science room at the first South Central Washington Science Olympiad, which included 92 students from 8 schools, took place at Yakima Valley Community College on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013. Students, grouped into teams, competed in different areas, from an egg drop event, to food science and engineering projects.  (SARA GETTYS/Yakima Herald-Republic)
  • Bailey Tippett, 11, left, and Clara-Beth Hamill, 11, work on figuring out a mystery substance in the food science room at the first South Central Washington Science Olympiad, which included 92 students from 8 schools, took place at Yakima Valley Community College on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013. Students, grouped into teams, competed in different areas, from an egg drop event, to food science and engineering projects.  (SARA GETTYS/Yakima Herald-Republic)
  • Issac Muradanes, 13, left, and Zack Bolten, 12, right, load sand into a bucket to test the weight that the boomilever they built would bear before breaking. The two, from Highlands Middle school in Kenniwick, were participating in the first South Central Washington Science Olympiad, which included 92 students from 8 schools, took place at Yakima Valley Community College on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013. Students, grouped into teams, competed in different areas, from an egg drop event, to food science and engineering projects.  (SARA GETTYS/Yakima Herald-Republic)


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