Twenty-Six M.G.C.C.C. Students Win at State SkillsU.S.A. Competitions

Contributor: Rachael Thomas
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Updated: 3/06 1:51 pm
Twenty-six students from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College won awards at state SkillsUSA competitions for career and technical students held Feb. 25-26 in Jackson. Seventeen M.G.C.C.C. students won first place.

George County Center (postsecondary only) winners are Douglas Reitz of Lucedale, first place in Welding Sculpture; Vickie Bishop of Lucedale, first place in Occupational Health and Safety Single; James Wooley of Lucedale, first place in Chapter Display; Darius Smith of Lucedale, first place in Chapter Display; Dustin Allgood of Lucedale, second place in Welding Fabrication; Cyndi Hale of Lucedale, second place in Promotional Bulletin Board; Amanda Todd of Lucedale, second place in Promotional Bulletin Board; and Haley Byrd of Richton, second place in Promotional Bulletin Board.

The winners from the Jackson County Campus are Tim Sandifer of Moss Point, first place in Technical Drafting; Corey Wallace of Moss Point, first place in Welding; Comilo Montalvo of Pascagoula, first place in Occupational Health and Safety Team; Carrie Yonge of Lucedale, first place in Occupational Health and Safety Team; and Michael Ward of Escatawpa, third place in Architectural Drafting.

Jefferson Davis Campus winners are Stephen Broussard of Biloxi, first place in Technical Computer Applications; Brandi Upton of Lucedale, first place in Auto Collision; Lisa Geeslin of Ocean Springs, first place in Culinary Arts; Shelby Blackmon of Biloxi, first place in Preschool Teaching Assistant; Cody Goodwin of Gulfport, first place in Industrial Motor Control; Maria Leeks of Ocean Springs, second place in Commercial Baking; Clarence Montgomery of Gulfport, second place in Residential Wiring; John Russell of Petal, second place in Internetworking; and Tom Koch of Long Beach, third place in Computer Maintenance.

Winners from the Perkinston Campus are Alaisa Morgan of Gulfport, first place in Advertising Design; Leif Henley of Bay St. Louis, first place in Web Design (team); Levi Cripps of Wiggins, first place in Web Design (team); and Anthony Nichols of Gulfport, first place in Technical Math.

Winners are eligible to attend national SkillsUSA competitions, to be held June 23-27 in Kansas City, Mo.
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