Students from the Carroll County Career and Technology Center brought home medals in 25 events – 14 gold, 7 silver, and 4 bronze – from the SkillsUSA Maryland State Championships. This is the state-level competition for high school and post-secondary students who are enrolled in Career and Technology Education (CTE) programs. 

Automated Manufacturing Technology:

Gold – Jason Frazier, Justin Greenwell, Nathan Renfro

Advertising Design

Gold – Meaghan Pattison

American Spirit

Gold – Kahlyn Eckles, Abigail Lane, Aiden Reynolds


Gold – Dai Wei Chen

Collision Repair

Gold – Kyle Snook


Gold – Nicolette Frick

Diesel Technology

Gold – Micheal Coffey

Silver – Jason Shugars

Digital Cinema Production

Bronze – Roman Adolfs, William Gounaris

Electrical Construction

Gold – Anthony Fertitta

Engineering Design Tech

Gold – Malia Cohen, Leann Gomez, Bethany Stoll

Graphic Communication

Bronze – Rebecca Richardson

Job Interview

Gold – Liam Bates


Gold – Gregg Mullinix

Silver – Brian Singer


Silver – Alyssa Dixon

Pin Design

Gold – Yuang Chen

Silver – Isabella Acuna

Promotional Bulletin Board

Gold – Delaney Bartholow, Kristina Kemp, Rachel Haines

Robotics: Urban Search and Rescue

Silver – Danielle Rhoten, Naya Wagner

T-Shirt Design

Silver – Colin Martin


Bronze – John Leister

Welding Sculpture

Bronze – Lucas Rimbey

TV/Video Production

Gold – Katie Kunz, Jacob Oswald

Silver – Tobechi Mezu, Ugochi Mezu

Every year at the State Championship, more than 1,000 Maryland CTE students competed in over 90 occupational and leadership skill events.  The 1st place winners qualified to represent the state of Maryland at the National SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, Kentucky the week of June 24-29, 2019. 





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