Congratulations to the following Penta students who earned either a gold, silver or bronze medal at the Ohio SkillsUSA Regional competition on February 14 at Penta. These students qualify for the Ohio SkillsUSA Championships in Columbus in April.
Gold Medals (1st Place):
Jalynn Greer (Bowling Green) for Job Interview; Daniel Mattimoe (Oak Harbor) for Automotive Service Technology; Morgan Michael (Otsego) for Nurse Assisting; Trystin Miklovic-Inbody (North Baltimore) for Photography; Mary Paengrord (Northwood) for Medical Terminology; Marissa Pendrey (Northwood) for Prepared Speech; Morgan Perkins (Genoa) for Crime Scene Investigation; Ronee Peterson-Loftis (Otsego) for Crime Scene Investigation; Keonna Smith (Springfield) for First Aid/CPR; Micah Solomon (Perrysburg) for Collision Repair Technology; James Struffolino (Maumee) for Crime Scene Investigation; and Dalton Yost (Anthony Wayne) for Welding.
Silver Medals (2nd Place):
Courtney Brown (Springfield) for Medical Terminology; Matthew Coates (Rossford) for CNC Milling; Jordan Gilsdorf (Swanton) for Automotive Refinishing Technology; Abbey Mackay (Eastwood) for First Aid/CPR; Amber Mugler (Woodmore) for Nurse Assisting; Duncan Russell (Perrysburg) for Information Technology Services; Georgia Stinson (Genoa) for Architectural Drafting; and Dylan Trowbridge (Otsego) for Job Skills Demo A.
Bronze Medals (3rd Place):
Brett Birt (Maumee) for Team Works; Lincoln Bockbrader (Perrysburg) for CNC Technician; Jonathan Byczynski (Swanton) for Team Works; Megan Didion (Swanton) for Criminal Justice;
Liam Finn (Rossford) for CNC Turning; Jeff Flory (Anthony Wayne) for Carpentry; Carter Jacobs (Anthony Wayne) for Welding; Alexis Mayo (Springfield) for Technical Drafting; Emily Nelson (Elmwood) for Cosmetology; Dustin Young (Springfield) for Team Works; and Nate Ziebold (Elmwood) for Information Technology Services.