BREAKING NEWS

BREAKING NEWS

MHS tech club takes state

The Minot High School-Magic City Campus Technology Student Association won the North Dakota TSA State Championship, High School Division, March 24-25 at a conference in Mandan. The students are eligible to compete at the national competition in Washington D.C. June 28-July 1.

Winners included: Sean Krill, Jordan Krill, Kacper Mrozik, Travis Barnes, first place in video game design; David Hurteau, second place in technology bowl, third place in music production and third place in tech bowl, written; Kaitlin Drawz, second place in technology bowl and third place in on demand video; Tiana Delzer, first place in technology bowl, third place in on demand video; Sean Connolly, first place in technology bowl, third place in on demand video; Donavon Ziegler, first place in flight endurance, first place in technology bowl.

Clara Olson, Central Campus, won second place in transportation modeling.

Jim Hill Middle School student winners included Carson Tonini, third place in dragster, second place in electrical applications and third place in technology bowl; Wyatt Markle, first place in electrical applications; Daymen Hoover, third place in electrical applications and first place in structural model; Daniel Maroney, first place in structural model and third place in technology bowl; Hunter Swartwout, first place in technology bowl, written; Alex Bechtold, third place in technology bowl.

Advisers include Joel Lawson, technology and engineering teacher and TSA adviser for Jim Hill Middle School; Gabe Rauschenberger and Jacob Fylling, technology and engineering teachers and TSA advisers at Central Campus; and Delton Brown, technology and engineering teacher and TSA adviser for Magic City Campus.