62 members qualify for HOSA State Competition


By Lindsay Owens - HOSA Reporter



The MVCTC HOSA Senior and Junior Chapters represented Miami Valley CTC with their strong performances at the HOSA Regionals Competitions at Fairfield Career Center. Every single MVCTC HOSA member who completed their competitive event qualified for the State HOSA Competition that will be held at the University of Toledo on April 19-20.


CARROLL — The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) HOSA Senior and Junior Chapters competed in the HOSA Regionals Competitions at Fairfield Career Center on Jan. 20-21.

The MVCTC HOSA Senior and Junior Chapters represented Miami Valley CTC with their strong performances at the HOSA Regionals Competitions at Fairfield Career Center. Every single MVCTC HOSA member who completed their competitive event qualified for the State HOSA Competition that will be held at the University of Toledo on April 19-20.

Students qualifying for the HOSA State Competition include:

• Lindsay Owens (Biotechnology senior from Tri-County North), 3rd place in the Biomedical Laboratory Science Contest

• Stephanie Hulsman (Health Careers Academy senior from Miamisburg), 1st place in the Clinical Nursing Contest

• Nate Miller (Biotechnology senior from West Carrolton) and Zachariah Smith (Biotechnology senior from Wayne), 1st place in the CPR/First Aid Contest

• Autumn Collett (Allied Health junior from Vandalia) and Sydney Gehron (Allied Health junior from Northmont), 2nd place in the CPR/First Aid Contest

• Christy Goodman (Health Careers Academy senior from Wayne) and McKayla Mangen (Health Careers Academy senior from Tipp City), 3rd place in the CPR/First Aid Contest

• Taylor Brooks (Health Careers Academy junior from Eaton) and Abigail Thomson (Health Careers Academy junior from Valley View), 5th place in the CPR/First Aid (team #1) Contest

• Nicholaus Cope (Biotechnology junior from Northmont), 1st place in the Epidemiology Contest

• Elsa Huffman (Allied Health senior from Dixie), 1st place in the Extemporaneous Writing Contest

• Alexis Williams (Allied Health junior from Northmont), 2nd place in the Extemporaneous Writing Contest

• Lauren Cole (Biotechnology junior from Vandalia) and Ciera Coppock (Biotechnology junior from Bethel), 5th place in the Forensic Medicine Contest

• Jade Redic (Health Careers Academy senior from Trotwood) and Allison Wilcher (Health Careers Academy senior from Valley View), 3rd place in the Health Career Display Contest

• Coral Rice (Allied Health junior from Eaton), 1st place in the Health Career Photography Contest

• Alexis Dingle (Health Career Academy junior from Vandalia), Sara Fuentes (Health Career Academy junior from Bethel), and Jasmine Goins (Health Career Academy junior from West Carrolton), 2nd place in the Health Education Contest

• Emily Allen (Health Careers Academy junior from National Trail), Raifa Aripova (Health Careers Academy junior from West Carrolton), Aleah Howar (Health Careers Academy junior from Wayne), and Karysta Walls (Health Careers Academy junior from Eaton), 4th place in the Health Education Contest

• Emma Shade (Allied Health senior from Valley View), 1st place in the Home Health Aide Contest

• Megan Poling (Allied Health junior from Tri-County North), 2nd place in the Home Health Aide Contest

• Miairah Hanson-Tichenor (Allied Health senior from Dunbar), 3rd place in the Home Health Aide Contest

• Maggie Lane (Health Career Academy senior from Vandalia), 1st (tie) place in the Life Support Skills Contest

• Lorie Wolfe (Health Careers Academy senior from Tipp City), 1st (tie) place in the Life Support Skills Contest

• Deina Delgado (Allied Health junior from Tipp City), 3rd place in the Life Support Skills Contest

• Christopher Cassel (Health Careers Academy senior from Tri-Village), 2nd place in the Medical Innovation Contest

• Shelby Frech (Health Careers Academy senior from Tri-Village), 2nd place in the Medical Innovation Contest

• Tabitha Richards (Health Careers Academy senior from Mississinawa Valley), 2nd place in the Medical Innovation Contest

• Kahsia Hawkins (Health Careers Academy senior from Trotwood), 4th place in the Medical Math Contest

• Annaliese Follmer (Allied Health senior from Tipp City), 1st place in the Medical Spelling Contest

• Connor Howe (Allied Health junior from Dixie), 1st place in the Medical Terminology Contest

• Lanora Mitchell (Allied Health senior from Northmont), 2nd place in the Medical Terminology Contest

• Deanna Winner (Allied Health senior from Brookville), 3rd place in the Medical Terminology Contest

• Gracie Douglas (Allied Health junior from Tri-County North), 4th place in the Medical Terminology Contest

• Kaylenn Colter (Allied Health senior from Arcanum-Butler), 5th place in the Medical Terminology Contest

• Kaylah Thompson (Allied Health senior from Miamisburg), 1st place in the Nursing Assisting Contest

• Lauren Eck (Allied Health senior from Northmont), Emily Fraley (Allied Health senior from Versailles), Spencer Haynes (Allied Health senior from Brookville), Kathryn Lehman (Allied Health senior from Milton-Union), Katlynn McKinley (Allied Health senior from Wayne), and Taylor Rindler (Allied Health senior from Versailles), 1st place in the Parliamentary Procedure Contest

• Shawn Ertel (Biotechnology junior from Tipp City), Peyton Phillips (Biotechnology junior from Northwestern), Elizabeth Simmons (Biotechnology junior from Thurgood Marshall), Keara Telis (Biotechnology junior from Wayne), Rebecca Thornhill (Health Career Academy junior from Ansonia), and Jaelyn Watson (Biotechnology junior from Trotwood), 2nd place in the Parliamentary Procedure Contest

• Lauren Brunette (Allied Health senior from Tipp City), 1st place in the Physical Therapy Contest

• Molly Peirce (Health Careers Academy senior from Miamisburg), 2nd place in the Prepared Speaking Contest

• Cassidy Alspaugh (Biotechnology senior from Dixie), Riley Click (Biotechnology senior from Dixie), and Chloe Price (Biotechnology senior from Arcanum-Butler), 1st place in the Public Health Contest

• Gabrielle Combs (Health Career Academy senior from Eaton), 2nd place in the Researched Persuasive Writing and Speaking Contest

• Katelyn Hinshaw (Health Careers Academy senior from Wayne), 5th place in the Researched Persuasive Writing and Speaking Contest

• SaraRae Hallstein (Allied Health junior from National Trail) and Peyton Phillips (Biotechnology junior from Northwestern) are both running for HOSA State Officer positions for 2017-2018.

Over the next few months, MVCTC HOSA competitors will continue practicing and prepping for the State HOSA Competition on April 19-20. Both MVCTC Senior and Junior HOSA Chapters hope to have members qualify for the Nationals HOSA Competitions in June of 2017 in Orlando Florida.

“The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students, therefore, helping the student meet the needs of the healthcare community.”

For more information about MVCTC, visit www.mvctc.com.

The MVCTC HOSA Senior and Junior Chapters represented Miami Valley CTC with their strong performances at the HOSA Regionals Competitions at Fairfield Career Center. Every single MVCTC HOSA member who completed their competitive event qualified for the State HOSA Competition that will be held at the University of Toledo on April 19-20.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_2CTC_HOSA.jpgThe MVCTC HOSA Senior and Junior Chapters represented Miami Valley CTC with their strong performances at the HOSA Regionals Competitions at Fairfield Career Center. Every single MVCTC HOSA member who completed their competitive event qualified for the State HOSA Competition that will be held at the University of Toledo on April 19-20.

By Lindsay Owens

HOSA Reporter

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