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A total of 15 students from Horlick High School are headed to the SkillsUSA State Conference in Madison in April after earning medals at the Gateway SkillsUSA Regional Contest.
The event was held Friday, and the team of 35 earned a total of 15 medals; five gold, three silver and seven bronze.
Congratulations, Rebels! The state competition is April 28-30.
Benjamin Holewinski, Architectural Drafting
Kaleb Schulz, Related Technical Math
John Michalowski, Technical Drafting
John Michalowski, Job Skills Demonstration
Johnathon Prudhom, CO2 Dragster
Nicholas Garcia, Architectural Drafting
Joshua Kaestner, Related Technical Math
Mason Keifer, CO2 Dragster
Kinson Stanley, Architectural Drafting
Laijay Glover, Related Technical Math
Sinclair Richards, Alysia Muchka and Emily Carriveau, Team Problem Solving
Samad Qawi and Charlie West, Team Promotional Bulletin Board