Tucker County HOSA traveled to Marshall University in Huntington recently to participate in the WV HOSA State Leadership Conference. Over 600 students participated in 57 different competitions.
Back row Bella Zais, Tanner Burns, Vincent Moats, Logan White, Nathaniel Rader, Garrett Carrico, Gary Meloy and Sophia Ricottilli. First row Stephanie Burns, Advisor, Abby Bowley, Kate Bates, Cheyenne Summerfield, Cheyenne Phillips, Alexis Roth, Raina Burton, Inza Pacella, Emily Bennett, Lauren Cockerham and Michelle Harsh.
Those placing first were Burns-Interviewing Skills and Rader-Epidemiology. Second place were White-Pharmacology, Inza Pacella-Dental Terminology, and Emily Bennett-Speaking Skills. Third were Burton-Medical Spelling and Summerfield, Bowley and Bates-Health Education. Those placing in the Top 5 includes Moats-Vet Science, Ricottilli and Zais-CPR/First Aid, Meloy-Medical Terminology, Cockerham-Sports Medicine and Harsh-Physical Therapy. Also participating in the Post-Secondary division, Ben Flanagan, first place-Sports Medicine and in second place, Phillips and Roth-Community Service. Nathaniel Rader, is the 2017-2018 WV HOSA State President.