Holy Rosary School, Duryea, recently held its in-school Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science competition. Students receiving awards will go on to represent the school at Wilkes University on Saturday, Feb. 29. First row, from left, are Joshua Lentowski first place; Jacob Paroby, first place/honorable mention; Nicolas Mazzarella, third place; Connor Martin, first place; Anthony Noll, Calder Lehman, first place; Evan Licari, second place; Matthew Lyons, first place/honorable mention, and Matthew Volpitta, first place/honorable mention. Second row: Taylor Skibitsky, second place; Aubrey Perks, third place; Sara Nealon, second place; Morgan Hembury, second place; Jameson Sciandra, first place; Brooke Kroptavich, second place; Natalia DeSena, second place; Brenley Harashinski, second place, and Ellie Faulent, second place.Third row: Joseph Heppding, third place; Luciano Pugliese, third place; Andrew Chase, second place; Bianka Parker, Jack Hurst, third place; Rowan Lazevnick, second place; Dominick Ferentino, first place; Nicole Yencha, first place/honorable mention; Benjamin White, third place; Isabella Granteed, second place; Coran Twomey, third place; Geno Scatena, third place, and Patrick Cosgrove, second place. Anna Pietrowski also received first place in the school-level competition.