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Twelve students of a 36-member team from Horlick High School earned medals in the SkillsUSA regional competition at Gateway Technical College on Feb. 14. Students participated in various events, including related technical math, team problem solving, job demonstration, CO2 dragsters and technical drafting.  These students include:

  • Ryan Rooney – First Place Gold Medalist – Architecture CAD Design
  • Kaleb Schulz – First Place Gold Medalist – Related Technical Math
  • Katherine Ashley – First Place Gold Medalist – Job Skill Demonstration
  • Dakota Kass – First Place Gold Medalist – CO2 Dragster
  • Talitha Gubal – Second Place Silver Medalist – Job Skill Demonstration
  • Alex Wiggins – Second Place Silver Medalist – Model Rocketry
  • Michelle Simon – Third Place Bronze Medalist – Promotional Bulletin Board
  • Gabrielle Slater – Third Place Bronze Medalist – Promotional Bulletin Board
  • Michelle Simon – Third Place Bronze Medalist – Related Technical Math
  • John Michalowski – Third Place Bronze – Job Skill Demonstration
  • Glenn Bonni – Third Place Bronze – Model Rocketry
  • Andrew Berrones – Third Place Bronze Medalist – CO2 Dragster

These students will now compete at the 41st Annual Wisconsin State SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference in Madison, Wis. on April 29-30.

In addition, the Horlick SkillsUSA Chapter would like to thank Mr. Karasek for supporting Kaleb Schulz with his gold medal honors in the Related Technical Math skills competition.

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.