Tech students advance

Evergreen Middle School students compete in a catapult demonstration at a Technology Students Association state competition, held March 16-18 in Yakima. It was the first time the school sent a team to the TSA competition. (Contributed photo)

The Technology Students Association (TSA) State Conference was held March 16-18 in Yakima with over 900 competitors. Students and teams who ranked in the Top 5 for their categories — from 3D animation to woodworking — are eligible to compete at the National Conference, set for June 22-25 in Orlando, Florida.

Cascade High School: Calie Bouma, Elijah Greisz, Sonja Henderson, Ruby Monk

Edmonds-Woodway High School: Giang Ho, Justin Ong, Zafarulah Rehman

Jackson High School: Kirsten Allison, Marcus Amalachandran, Arkaprabha Bhattacharya, Elliot Cho, Seo-yun Chon, Derrick Choy, Ryan Chu, Niha Gaddam, Iman Haji, Hannah Han, Claire Hsu, Andrew Hyun, Elizabeth Kim, Stella Kim, On Kwon, Joon Woo Lee, Kevin Liang, Sriharshita Musunuri, Dhruvik Parikh, Yenny Park, Lam Pham, Rafael Sevilla, Pranav Shekar, Andrew Stratford, Louis Ta, Wilson Tam, Justine Teoh, Anuj Vimawala, Samuel Wang, Braden Whitman

Lake Stevens High School: Florian Dassow, Troy Elmer, Carlo Evangelisti, Jacob Hubble, Sydney Reid, Abby Storwick, Karson Tuck, Matthew Van Ginneken

Mountlake Terrace High School: Theo Armentrout, Dylan Breuer, Sophie Burbank, Reiden Chea, Ethan Cruz, Nolan Degarlais, Trevor Doan, Ian Dortsch, Delaney Harrell, Amy Harris, Cole Johnston, Matthew Khajehpour, Robert Krieger, Anthony Le, Pedro Lopez-Hernandez, Michael Malysh, Dior Nasarov, Reece Newhouse, Derek Nguyen, Meghan Park, Daniel Quach, Andy Shaw, Alec Ung

Stanwood High School: Alex Daniel, Carter Garcea, Alex Hayes, Bryson Kelley, Cameron Plautz, Mitch Roberts, Chase Strieby

Alderwood Middle School: Aneeza Barias, Ellie Bevans, Max Bird, Johnny Cao, Maya Christianson, James Crisp, Berekiah Dombroski, Nicole Francois, Ian Harris, Kyle Higa, Misgana Kassa, Conner Leaty, Tala Lui, Nathan McMurchie, Morgan Merriam, Amanda Nguyen, Caylen Nguyen, Vi Nguyen, Kayla Primavera, Harris Rehman, Nathaniel Reyes, Emily Shieff, Sovanrom Sot, Minh Vu

Brier Terrace Middle School: Aaron Buck, Benjamin Chacko, Grayson Dunn, Zachary Foreman, Andrew Grennan, Kayelynn Hess, Kadyn Hinckley, Matthew Jack, Arun Khou, Sophie Kimura, Anna Mai, Stephan Malysh, Jesse Morris, Cameron Netz, Alyssandra Osborne, Harrison Pulido, Kirill Shatalov, Ander Streuli, Brian Toby, Cleo Williams

College Place Middle School: Nathan McLaughlin, Logan Pritchard, Jacob Sawyer

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