DV students dominate physics competition


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The following students represented Delaware Valley High School at the University of Scranton’s Kane Competition on April 3. DV’s two teams dominated the physics competition. They finished first and second overall bringing home a trophy. In addition, Dencil Wilmot won $200 for being one of the three highest scorers on the Kane Quiz.

Pictured from left: (Front row) Steve Rhule, Eric Winkler, Cathy Li, Dencil Wilmot, Kyla Dewey, Josiah DeVizia and 11/12 principal Ron Collins. (Back row) Dillon Puglisi, Heather Reitmeyer, Michael Prudhoe, Maisha Shamim and Jonathan Ramirez.

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