TSA students qualify for states

At the most recent TSA conference, BASH won more awards than any other high school at the competition. This success qualified a record-high 38 students for a state conference at Seven Springs in April.  The students who placed 1st, 2nd, or 3rd in this rigorous competition are listed below under the events in which they participated:

 

Architectural Renovation:

Place 1- Team A

Place 2- Team B

 

Biotechnology Design:

Place 2- Team D

Place 3- Team B

 

Career Preparation:

Place 1- Devanshi Agnihotri

 

CAD 2D, Architecture:

Place 1-Patrick Hohlfeld

 

CAD 3D, Engineering

Place 1- Sam Fox

Place 3- Trevor Waldman

 

Desktop Publishing

Place 2- Molly Sterner

 

Dragster Design

Place 1- Will Sheeler

Place 3- Jacob Lasher

 

Engineering Design:

Place 1- Team B

 

Extemporaneous Speech:

Place 1- Lucy Bellino

Place 2- Jake Irvin

 

Fashion Design:

Place 3- Team B

 

Flight Endurance:

Place 3- Gabby Thall

 

Future Technology Teacher:

Place 3- Morgan Lepre

 

Manufacturing Prototype:

Place 2- Team B

 

Photographic Technology:

Place 1- Jazzinda O’Donald

 

Prepared Presentation:

Place 2- Kira Reigner

 

SciVis:

Place 1- Team A

 

Structural Design & Engineering:

Place 3- Team C

 

Technical Sketching and Application:

Place 2- Tommy Hemingway

 

Technology Problem Solving:

Place 2- Team B

 

Transportation Modeling

Place 2- John Polkus

Place 3- Jason Campbell

 

Webmaster:

Place 1- Team A

 

PA- Bio Medical Essay Contest:

Place 1- Olivia Steinmetz

Place 3- Olivia Crocker

 

PA-Material Process:

Place 1- Kevin Reigner

Place 3- Jeff Hartung

 

Chapter Team- Written

Place 1- Olivia Crocker

Place 3- Devanshi Agnihotri

 

R5/9- Engineering Math

Place 2- Kelby McWherter

 

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