On April 20th, 5 students competed in an Eco-Meet at Douglas Hart Nature Center in Mattoon. Cameron McGill, Nathan Rafferty, Ally Abercrombie, Emily Keagle, and Alex Olivero were tested in the areas of Earth Day and Advocacy, Symbiotic Relationships, and Bats.
They placed 1st place in Earth Day with a score of 98 and tied for 1st with Dieterich in Symbiotic Relationships with a score of 99 and Bats with a score of 91. This is the first time the team has placed 1st.
Coach Brianne Eads has been working with them since the end of February after school preparing for this event.
Individual awards went to Emily Keagle with a perfect score in Earth Day, and Cameron McGill and Ally Abercrombie perfect scores in Symbiotic Relationships.
Congratulations to our team for this accomplishment!