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Reason for Extreme Pride in Elkhart
03/30/2011

Seward County Community College Area Technical School hosted the fifth Extreme Challenge Wednesday.  Elkhart won the overall high school competition.  KSCB's Brock Kappelmann was the master of ceremonies.  Here are the winners in each category.

Art

1.  Valeria Terrazas- Garden City

2. Tanner Schnurr- Elkhart

3. Moises Guerra- Garden City

English

1. Taylor Cameron- Rolla

2. Susie Loewen- Rolla

3. Miranda- Elkhart

Journalism

1. Juana Rivero- Liberal

2. Jalen Espinoza- Elkhart

3. Efren Rivero- Liberal

Welding

1.  Jose Ruiz and Louis Chavira of Elkhart

2. Yarbrough's Zachary Hendrickson and Elkhart's Jaime Franco

3. Meade's Dylan Reimer and Elkhart's Ulises Prieto

Trade and Industrial Education

1. Travis Perkins- Elkhart

2. Ethan Owens- Elkhart

3. Zachary Hendrickson- Yarbrough

Agriculture

1. Dandi Thomas- Elkhart

2. Payton Fleming- Elkhart

3. Jessica Johns- Rolla

Cosmetology

1. Rene Boalden- Elkhart

2. Rosa Medrano- Garden City

3. Karina Barco- Yarbrough

Accounting

1. Gillian Ormord- Bucklin

2. Donavan Torres- Rolla

3. Charlee Pierson- Rolla

Health Information Management

1. Kaci Hall- Forgan

2. Elizabeth Glave- Rolla

3. Rachelle Keene- Turpin

Criminal Justice

1. Jaron Rusch- Rolla

2. Gage Powers- Rolla

3. Chris Portillo- Liberal

Business Administrative Technology

1. Levi Adams- Liberal

2. Steven Fowler- Garden City

3. Stephanie Lehr- Meade

Marketing and Management

1. Tyler Lai- Tyrone

2. Casey Barrett- Rolla

3. Eric Shironaka- Stanton County

Computer Information Systems

1. Craig Harrington- Elkhart

2. Brendon Carter- Elkhart

3. Morgan Taylor- Rolla

Math/Science

1. Antonio Rodriguez- Liberal

2. Hiram Olinger- Rolla

3. Lauren Carter- Elkhart

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