NEWPORT — Dozens of students were honored, individually and in groups, for their works at the 2019 Rogers High School National History Day Fair on January 9.

In the documentary group category, first place went to Grey Aycock and Anna Bodycoat for their project on the Manhattan Project. Second place went to Nathaniel Buchanan, Nicole Rodrigues, Kayla Fleming and John Hermes for “Gouvernour Warren and the Battle of Gettysburg.”

In the documentary solo category, Shea Milburn won first place honors for work on Billie Jean King. Austin Dilorio took second place for a documentary on pro wrestling.

In the individual exhibit category, Robert Zeller earned first place with a presentation on Appomattox. Second place went to Georgie Fleming for a project on Apollo 11, and there was a third place tie between Klara Mousinho’s project on Anne Frank, and Catherine Carwile-Ridnour’s project on Robert F. Kennedy.

For the group exhibit category, the first place project on Amelia Earhart was created by Katherine Caperas, Katherine Straka, Samantha Reinsons and Mikayla Ventura. A second place project on Huey Newton and the Black Panthers was created by Zeliana Medina, Jennifer Ferreira and Avery Whitaker. Third place went to Lilly Bestoso, Maeve Newsome and Mackenzie Palmer for a project on Wilma Rudolph.

In the performance category, first place went to Julia McGinn for her project on Tonya Harding. Angelina Leavitt earned second place honors for a project on Marsha P. Johnson.

For the website group category, Riley Hebrock and Nathan Murphy’s site on Iwo Jima earned first place. Second place went to Jack Alexander and Cheyenne Capps for a website on the Rape of Nanking.

Stella Garcia earned first place in the solo website category for Pompeii. William Feury garnered second place with a site about the Challenger, and Colin McCabe took third place for a site on Robert F. Kennedy.

Cailin Martin took first place honors in the historical paper category with “Alan Turing: Enigma.” The Hibernian Award went to Catherine Carwile-Ridnour for a presentation on Robert F. Kennedy. The Criminal Justice Award was earned by Georgiana Smith and Ki’Andra Moon for a project on FBI profiling.

The Historical Significance award went to Emma Serth, for a project on Thomas Edison. Michael Eng and Stephen Clarke earned the Military History award for a project on D-Day.

The Social Impact Award, for a project on the Rise of the Black Panthers, went to Monique Allen, Thalia Chambers, Zoe Chapman, Ashante Gayle and Amoya Gayle. The Music Award went to Allaria Robinson-Trombley and Jatyshia Sailsman for a project on Prince and the Revolution. Wilmer Rodriguez won the History Department award for a project about Guatemala.