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Technology Student Association advances to States

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Technology Student Association advances to States

Students in TSA pose for a group shot after competing in the Regional competition.

Students in TSA pose for a group shot after competing in the Regional competition.

Photo Courtesy of Seth Shantz.

Students in TSA pose for a group shot after competing in the Regional competition.

Photo Courtesy of Seth Shantz.

Photo Courtesy of Seth Shantz.

Students in TSA pose for a group shot after competing in the Regional competition.

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The HHS Technology Student Association (TSA) chapter had 18 students travel to the Valley Regional Fair at Stuarts Draft High School on Saturday. Each of these students placed in the top three of either an individual or team event, with several students bringing home multiple trophies. These 18 students brought home a total of 19 first through third place trophies. The team will now compete in States in Hampton, Virginia in May.

Students moving on to the State level include: 

Micah Cessna
Riley Collins
Theo Grant
Henry Hermes
Bethany Hinshaw
Emma Lankford
Jadelin Mcleod
Ivana Mensah-Agyekum
Calvin Riley
Sam Rooker
George Shirkey
Thomas Shulgan
Atilia Thomas
Alex Versen
Isaiah Weaver
Jill Yoder
Mira Yoder

 
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