Posted Date: 06/05/2023
Recently, Mid-America Technology Center students competed at the annual Oklahoma SkillsUSA Skills Championships and Leadership Conference held in Tulsa. These students joined others from across Oklahoma to compete in more than 100 contests.
The MATC students who placed on the state level are as follows:
Blanchard: Tristen Fleck, Gold – Engineering Technology Design (team event), Pre-Engineering
Bridge Creek: Carsyn Roe, Gold – Horticulture, Horticulture Technician
Joshua Kernop, Gold – Web Design & Development (team event), Cyber Security
Foster: Dusti Grossnicklaus, Gold – Extemporaneous Speaking (postsecondary),
Goldsby: Cadence Harris, Silver – Floral Design (postsecondary), Horticulture
Lexington: Turner King, Gold – Horticulture (postsecondary), Horticulture
Lindsay: McKenna Largent, Bronze – Horticulture, Horticulture Technician
Newcastle: Nicole Aderhold, Gold – Floral Design (postsecondary), Horticulture Technician
Ashlyn Ward, Gold – Engineering Technology Design (team event),
Trinity Hulsey, Gold – Web Design & Development (team event), Cyber
Noah Dawson, Bronze – Sheet Metal, Residential HVAC Technician
Noble: Emma Birch, Gold – Customer Service, Horticulture Technician
Rykelle Harris, Bronze – Cabinet Making (postsecondary), Residential
Pauls Valley: Maisy Lewis, Gold – Barbering, Cosmetologist
Eric Thompson, Silver – Sheet Metal, Residential HVAC Technician
Purcell: Kylee Field, Gold – Esthetics, Cosmetologist
Avery Miller, Gold – Horticulture, Horticulture Technician
Gabriella Kolsky, Silver – Floral Design, Horticulture Technician
Washington: Aly Hobbs, Gold – Floral Design, Horticulture Technician
Wayne: Braden McClendon, Silver – Zero Turning Radius Mower, Building &
Wynnewood: Lydia Moore, Gold – Engineering Technology Design (team event),
MATC students attending and competing at the National SkillsUSA Leadership Conference and Championships, June 19th through June 23rd in Atlanta, Georgia, are Emma Birch, Kylee Field, Tristen Fleck, Dusti Grossnicklaus, Maisy Lewis, Lydia Moore, Tyler Romash, and Ashlyn Ward.
SkillsUSA is a national student organization that encourages students to develop career and leadership skills. The organization is affiliated with Oklahoma CareerTech System trade and industry education programs offered in high schools and technology centers across the state.
If you are currently looking for exciting classes for high school and adult students, quality business and industry training, or a new career, Mid-America Technology Center invites you to call us for more information at 405.449.3391 or visit us online at www.matech.edu.