47 Cape CTC Students earn medals at SkillsUSA

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Forty seven students from the Cape Career and Technology Center recently earned medals and 42 qualified for the State contest during the recent Missouri District SkillsUSA Competition at Arcadia Valley Area Career Center and Unitec Career Center. Several of the winners are pictured above. SkillsUSA is a national organization serving high school and college students and professional members enrolled in training programs in technical, skilled, and service occupations, including health occupations in high schools and college/technical schools.

The winners are Joe Palmer, Precision Machine Tool 1st place; Zach Urhahn, Welding Tech Info, 1st place; Eric Gambill, Welding Tech Info, 1st place; Lance Stadt, Welding Tech Info, 2nd place; Laurie Clippard, Health Knowledge Bowl, 3rd place; Brittani Summers, Health Knowledge Bowl, 3rd place; Asia Thomas, Health Knowledge Bowl, 3rd place; Kirsten Johnson Health Knowledge Bowl, 3rd place; Gabe Cox, Medical Math, 1st place; Emiy McClanahan, Medical Terminology, 1st place; Kristina Cruse, Medical Terminology, 2nd place; Zach Baker, Auto Service Technology, 3rd place; Hunter Cox, Computer Maintenance Tech, 3rd place; Sid Miller, Computer Maintenance Tech, 1st place; Dustin Keller, Computer Maintenance Tech, 2nd place; Amy Kinnison, First Aid/CPR, 1st place; Tabitha Rhodes, First Aid/CPR, 2nd place; Lee Blessing, Health Occupation Portfolio; 1st place; Shelby Hovis, Collision Repair, 3rd place; Dallon Horman, Auto Service Tech Info, 1st place; Kyle Myrick, Auto Service Tech Info, 3rd place; Taylor Jackson, Industrial Motor Tech Info, 2nd place; Curtis Hall, Industrial Motor Tech Info, 1st place; Adam Reisenbichler, Industrial Motor Tech Info, 1st place; Clayton Ratliff, Welding Fabrication, 1st place; Mark Vangennip, Welding Fabrication, 1st place; Tyler Speth, Welding Fabrication, 1st place; Damand Davis, Opening & Closing-A, 2nd place; Zack Casey, Opening & Closing-A, 2nd place; Ashley Carr, Opening & Closing-A, 2nd place; Raven Smith, Opening & Closing-A, 2nd place; Cesia Seyer; Opening & Closing-A, 2nd place; Jonathon Henson, Opening & Closing-A, 2nd place; Logan Hunt, Opening & Closing-A, 2nd place; Mollina Stallings, Opening & Closing-B, 1st place; Laurie Clippard, Opening & Closing-B, 1st place; Brittani Summers, Opening & Closing-B, 1st place; Asia Thomas, Opening & Closing-B, 1st place; Justin Day, Opening & Closing-B, 1st place; Garrett Jones, Opening & Closing-B, 1st place; Kristina Cruse, Opening & Closing-B, 1st place; Casey Cattron, TV/Video Production, 1st place; Jonathon Henson, TV/Video Production, 1st place; Charlie Bradley, TV/Video Production, 2nd place; Damand Davis, TV/Video Production, 2nd place; Robert Alexander, TV/Video Production, 1st place; Matthew McFerron, TV/Video Production, 1st place; Kyler Getting, HVAC, 2nd place; Michael Stepack, HVAC, 1st place; Shane Bowen, Precision Machine Tool; 1st place; Clayton Black, Precision Machine Tool, 2nd place; Brandon Barks, Electronics Technology, 1st place; and Vincent Prost, Electronics Technology, 2nd place.

SkillsUSA has more than 305,000 members annually, organized into 13,000 chapters and 54 state and territorial associations (including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam and the Virgin Islands). The Missouri State competition will be at Linn State Technical College in Linn, MO, March 31 -- April 2. Students earning 1st or 2nd place are qualified to compete at State. The SkillsUSA advisor at the Cape Career and Technology Center is Lauri Guffey.

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