Members of the school’s BPA chapter have excelled in regional competitions with many advancing to the state contest March 10 and 11 in Columbus.
The podcast team of Trinity Benner, Alison Fuller and Jackson Ratcliff placed second at regionals to advance to state. The team of Mikayla Kittell and Kayley Slaughter placed third at regionals.
At regionals, Natalie Kangur placed first, Hannah Waggoner placed fifth, Roxanne Storts-Berio placed sixth and Andrew Canter placed seventh in Fundamentals of Desktop Publishing and all will advance to state.
In Advanced Desktop Publishing, Lydia Yates and Kloe Poynor placed third and fourth, respectively, to advance to state.
In Device Configuration and Troubleshooting, Brennen Hatfield and Hayden Hatmacher placed first and second, respectively, to advance to state. Braxton Matthews and Justin Vance placed fifth and sixth, respectively, at regionals.
In Computer Network Technology, Jack Wrinkle, Hayden Spencer, Aidan Scranton and Joseph Lyons placed first through fourth to advance to state. Taylor Pummel and Caleb Layton placed fifth and sixth, respectively, at regionals.
Serving as voting delegates at state will be Brayden Clay, Makayla Davis, Morgan Kisor, Kayley Slaughter and Orion Wiley.
Also at regionals, Morgan Kisor and Natalie Kangur placed third and fourth, respectively, in Graphic Design Promotion. Hannah Waggoner placed fifth in Interview Skills.