2019 SkillsUSA State Honors

High School Students Earn SkillsUSA Honors
This is the image for the news article titled High School Students Earn SkillsUSA HonorsTwenty students from Park Hill and Park Hill South high schools earned honors at the state SkillsUSA competition for career and technical skills.

Two students from both high schools advanced to the June 24-28 national competition in Louisville, Kentucky.


Park Hill High School

Garrett Raynor, first place in community service (national qualifier)
Riley Heustis, first place in criminal justice quiz bowl, third place in community service 
Aaron Schank, second place in criminal justice
Jessica Flanagan, third place in sheet metal technology information
ReYanna Sawyer, third place in community service
Vincent Reichert, fifth place in quiz bowl
Max Sweetwood, fifth place in diesel equipment technology, seventh place in diesel equipment technology information
Steven Ray, seventh place in extemporaneous speech

Park Hill South

Ryan King, first place in criminal justice (national qualifier)
Matt Revers, second place in restaurant service, second place in restaurant service technology information
London Clark, third place in industrial motor controls, third place in industrial motor controls technology information
Nickolas Marshall II, third place in career pathways presentation showcase
Morgan McGhee, third place in career pathways presentation showcase
Adelina Morales, third place in commercial baking technology information
Vincent Morrione, third place in career pathways presentation showcase 
Trevor Hall, fourth place in career pathways presentation showcase
Dain Harris, fourth place in welding sculpture
Jackson Minor, fourth place in culinary arts technology information
Kevin Nevins, fourth place in career pathways presentation showcase, sixth place in law enforcement and crime scene investigation
John Tovar, fourth place in action skills