Victoria Hamlin, left, a 14-year-old student at Hilton Head Island Middle School poses with her sister, Ashley Hamlin, a sophomore at Hilton Head Island High School on Tuesday morning with their science experiments they entered in the 2014 Sea Island Regional Science Fair. Victoria won the Best in Show for the middle school division and Ashley won the Grand Award for the high school division The wins advance both sisters to compete in May in the  Intel International Science and Engineering Fair held in Los Angeles.
Victoria Hamlin, left, a 14-year-old student at Hilton Head Island Middle School poses with her sister, Ashley Hamlin, a sophomore at Hilton Head Island High School on Tuesday morning with their science experiments they entered in the 2014 Sea Island Regional Science Fair. Victoria won the Best in Show for the middle school division and Ashley won the Grand Award for the high school division The wins advance both sisters to compete in May in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair held in Los Angeles. Staff photo
Victoria Hamlin, left, a 14-year-old student at Hilton Head Island Middle School poses with her sister, Ashley Hamlin, a sophomore at Hilton Head Island High School on Tuesday morning with their science experiments they entered in the 2014 Sea Island Regional Science Fair. Victoria won the Best in Show for the middle school division and Ashley won the Grand Award for the high school division The wins advance both sisters to compete in May in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair held in Los Angeles. Staff photo

2 Hilton Head sisters steal show at science fair

March 26, 2014 3:58 PM

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