Wayne Technical and Career Center recently hosted 321 students as they participated in the annual Eighth-grade Middle School Skills Competition.
North Rose-Wolcott Middle School was named overall champion while Newark Middle School placed second. Red Creek Middle School was named overall champion in the Technical and Career Trivia Competition.
The following students were named winners in various individual competitions.
Clyde-Savannah Middle School: Sigourney Secor, third place, health dimensions.
East Palmyra Christian School: Joshua Mercer, second place, basic welding.
Gananda Middle School: Cypress Coleman, third place, criminal investigation; Nick Gagnon, second place, woodsmen’s triathlon; Nathan Harper, second place, woodsmen’s triathlon; Jillian Kelly, second place, prom night and nail artistry; Monica Krym, third place, preschool art; Natalie McCloud, third place, criminal investigation; Aberyn Parulski, third grade, preschool art; and Delaney Walton, first place, computer game programming.
Lyons Middle/High School: LaTavia Blaisdell, first place, carpentry; James Reale, engine building; Colten Schleede, third place, heavy metal and machining; and Amara Wilkerson, first place, health dimensions.
Marion High School: Mack Brewington, second place, auto body repair; Kairyn Dunn, second place, auto body repair; Alex Russell, first place, woodsmen’s triathlon; Hunter Walters, first place, woodsmen’s triathlon; and Anthony Whitney, second place, auto technician.
Newark Middle School: Janaeya Emmanuel, third place, cupcake wars; Jordan Hanson, third place, carpentry; Morgan Mildreth, second place, preschool art; Haley Miller, second place, preschool art; Garret Natale, first place, heavy metal and machining; Preston Precourt, second place, engine building; Joseph Shaw, second place, criminal investigation; Tyhiera Streeter, third place, cupcake wars; and Sheridan Verstreate, second place, criminal investigation.
North Rose-Wolcott Middle School: Katie Burke, first place, cupcake wars; Schuyler Cole, second place, carpentry; Chris Crocker, first place, auto body repair; Taylor Deferio, first place, cupcake wars; Sydney Hall, third place, bridal hair artistry; Aubrey Liseno, first place, solar car building and racing; Lannon Loveless, second place, bridal hair artistry; Austin Mullin, first place, auto body repair; and Abigail Wanek, second place, computer game programming.
Palmyra-Macedon Middle School: Brinley Bruening, first place, criminal investigation; Ashley Jones, first place, preschool art; Katelynn Lewis, first place, preschool art; Leah Lloyd, first place, criminal investigation; Kalie Mitchell, first place, dog bathing; Grace Moyer, first place, dog bathing; and Brandon Smith, third place, auto technician.
Red Creek: Cheyanne Tifft, third place, basic welding; and Kenlie Wade, first place, bridal hair artistry.
Sodus Intermediate School: Leeangel Beebe, first place, prom night and nail artistry; Miranda Bennett, second place, cupcake wars; Cynthia Black, second place, health dimensions; Shalena Masser, second place, cupcake wars; and Giacarlo Tapia Casto, second place, heavy metal and machining.
Wayne Central Middle School: Jack Acker, third place, woodsmen’s triathlon; Riley Calkins, third place, dog bathing; Cory Cook, first place, auto technician; Adriana Giovenco, third place, dog bathing; Andrew Kiedrowski, second place, solar car building and racing; and Peter Schimpf, third place, woodsmen’s triathlon.
Wayne Education Center: Steven O’Conner, third place, auto body repair; Seth Phillips, first place, basic welding; Troy Strickland, third place, auto body repair; and David Weimer, third place, engine building.
Williamson Middle School: Annie Alexander, third place, prom night and nail artistry; Brooklynn Brothers, third place, solar car building and racing; Ellie Erwin, second place, dog bathing; Anna Russell, second place, dog bathing; and Lydia Wyble, third place, computer game programming.