Students show off their talents at Missouri SkillsUSA contest

Linn, Mo.—Students involved in SkillsUSA from high schools and post-secondary schools throughout the state got a chance to prove their mettle at the Missouri SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference, March 26-28, at the State Technical College of Missouri. Winners in the state contest will compete in the National Leadership and Skills Conference, June 22-25, in Louisville, Ky.

Winners in each category include:

Automotive Service Technical Information, Post-secondary

  • Gold: Noah Jurgensmeyer, Metro Community College, Longview
  • Silver: Jonathan Robertson, Metro Community College, Longview
  • Bronze: Joe Fisher, Metro Community College, Longview

Automotive Service Technical Information, Secondary

  • Gold: Ben Tatum, Clinton Technical School
  • Silver: Brandon Coberley, Franklin Technology Center
  • Bronze: Joshua Medlin, Perryville Area Career and Tech. Center

Automotive Service Technology, Post-secondary

  • Gold: Jonathan Robertson, Metro Community College, Longview
  • Silver:  Noah Jurgensmeyer, Metro Community College, Longview • Bronze:  Joe Fisher, Metro Community College, Longview

Job Skill Demonstration, Open (leadership contest):

  • Gold:  Quinn Kielty, Metro Community College, Longview

Automotive Service Technology, Secondary

  • Gold: Jordan Wortham, Career and Technology Center at Ft. Osage
  • Silver: Ben Tatum, Clinton Technical School
  • Bronze: Shawn Johnson, Ozarks Technical Community College

Automotive Refinishing Technology, Post-secondary

  • Gold: Amanda Baker, Ranken Technical College
  • Silver: Austin Deweese, Crowder College
  • Bronze: Sandi Muratovic, Ranken Technical College

Automotive Refinishing Technology, Secondary

  • Gold: Hunter Smith, Moberly Area Technical Center
  • Silver: Brandon Clines, Four Rivers Career Center
  • Bronze: Blake Sanders, Northwest Technical School

Collision Repair Technical Information, Post-secondary

  • Gold: Keaton Hughese Northwest Technical School
  • Silver: Joshua Williamson, Ranken Technical College
  • Bronze: Levert Cook, Ozarks Technical Community College

Collision Repair Technical Information, Secondary

  • Gold: Jordan Gehring, Career and Technology Center at Ft. Osage
  • Silver: Christopher Ryan, Lewis & Clark Career Center
  • Bronze: Kody Rockwell, Lewis & Clark Career Center

Collision Repair Technology, Post-secondary

  • Gold: Joshua Williamson, Ranken Technical College
  • Silver: Brenden Markovitz, Ozarks Technical Community College
  • Bronze: Billy Lowery, Ozarks Technical Community College

Collision Repair Technology, Secondary

  • Gold: Matt Percival, Lewis & Clark Career Center
  • Silver: Jacob Gibson, Career and Technology Center at Ft. Osage
  • Bronze: Anthony Mcfee, North Central Career Center

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