Those receiving top honors and therefore given the opportunity to compete at state level are:
Isaac Austin, first place Carpentry; Caleb Johnson, third place Carpentry; Chad Morris, first place Cabinetmaking; Alex McDonough, second place Cabinetmaking; Brandon Angle; Brandon Moore; Chris Moore and Sherman Austin second place Teamworks; J.W Trent, first place Job Skill Demonstration; Jacob Hodges, first place Wiring; Dylan Frango, second place Residential Electricity; Will Cochran, first place Plumbing; Garrett Ayers second place Brick Layer; Dylan Kiger, second place Brick Masonry.
Isaac Austin and Will Cochran competed in the state level contest in Roanoke. Thirteen of the students who competed and placed in the top 3 at district level were sophomores or juniors and will have the opportunity to compete again next year.
Submitted by Phillip Simmons, Botetourt View