The event was March 19-20. Those who got gold (first-place) awards can move on to national competition June 25-29 in Louisville, Ky.
Among Sullivan County Schools:
— Sullivan Central won gold in chapter display with a team of Hannah Ramsey, Ethan Plummer and Jonathon Tyson; gold in cosmetology with Abbi White; gold in nail care with Allie Orton; gold in restaurant service with Anette Villa; and gold in suitcase display with a team of Billey Easley and Alexandria Landers.
Central also won silver in crime scene investigation with a team of Molly Archer, Kylie Harrison and Allie Mullins; and bronze in criminal justice with Amanda Phillips.
— Sullivan East won gold in firefighting with Tyler Lopez; silver in carpentry with Caleb Murray; and silver in first aid-CPR with Jesse Brown.
— Sullivan South won gold in automotive service technology with Logan Mowdy; gold in T-shirt design with Stephanie McInturff; and silver in pin design by Stephanie McInturff.
Among Hawkins County Schools:
— Cherokee won gold in health knowledge bowl with a team of Samantha Belcher, LeeAnna Blackburn, Emily Snodgrass and Jordan Lawson; gold in health professions portfolio with Claire Roberson; and bronze in first aid-CPR with Dawson Walker.
— Volunteer won gold in action skills with Zachary Manis; gold in chapter business procedures with a team of Alexis Pansler, Sarah Gonce, Hannah Johnson, Mary Morriston, Ellie McLain and Zachary Mayo; silver in community service with a team of Emily Christian, Cheyenne Arnold and Jarden Street; silver in extemporaneous speaking with Evan Mays; silver in firefighting with Levi Armstrong; bronze in job skill demonstration with Brooke Yost; and bronze in prepared speech with Leah Hostetler.
Among Washington County Schools:
— Daniel Boone won silver in promotional bulletin beoard with the team of Melody Stewart, Kendal Hensley and Alyssa Huff.
— David Crockett won gold in CNC turning specialist with Jacob Haun; gold in graphic communications with Tyler Emert; and silver in CNC technician with Bradley Moore.
Among Johnson City Schools:
— Science Hill Vocational Center won gold in TeamWorks with a team of Darwin Alonso, Jeffery Bunn, Jacob Walker and Joshua Reynolds; and bronze in chapter display with a team of Jacob Leadford, Kyndrik Johnson and Joseph Miller.
Among Carter County Schools:
— Hampton won gold in additive manufacturing with a team of Lillian Street and Zack Oliver; gold in architectural drawing with Cody Vines; gold in dental assisting with Harley Hill; and gold in quiz bowl with a team of Trinity Camillo, Alex Hardin, Zach Story, Houston Brown, Landen Street, Weston Street and Colton Greenwell.
— Happy Valley won silver in welding sculpture with Nathanial Nickles.
— Unaka won bronze in automotive refinishing technology with Athin Hughes.
Among Unicoi County Schools:
— Unicoi Council High School’s Career Technical Education Department won gold in job skill demonstration A with Jailyn Lane; gold in telecommunications cabling with Thomas Byrd; and silver in restaurant service with Whitney Mullett.
Among Johnson County Schools:
— Johnson County Career and Technical Education won gold in customer service with Austin Trivett; gold in suitcase display-occupational with a team of Taylor Fortener, Taylor Cox and Jacob Lashlee; and silver in chapter display with a team of Christopher Mcelyea, Hunter Wright and Cole Spencer.
Among Cocke County Schools:
— The Ben Hooper CTE won gold in automotive refinishing with Jacob Vanstratum; gold in collision repair with Josh Kelley; gold in industrial motor control with Jacob Brewer; and gold in welding from Whitten Williams. It also won silver in customer service with Alejandra Ocampo; silver in mechatronics with a team of Jacob Ellison and Isaac Williamson; and bronze in electrical construction wiring with Chase Barger.