Record number UBCTS students earn SkillsUSA medals

Twenty QCHS students were part of UBCTS’s huge score, including 11 first-place finishers who advanced to States.
Posted on 01/31/2023
Quakertown Community High School students attending Upper Bucks County Technical School earned medals at SkillsUSA District 11 competition.Twenty Quakertown Community High School students attending Upper Bucks County Technical School earned medals at the SkillsUSA District 11 competition, with 11 advancing to the State Competition.

“Students prepared well, worked hard, had fun, and thoroughly enjoyed the competition,” said Michael Herrera, executive director of the UBCTS. “We had a record number of students who earned medals.”

Here are Quakertown’s medal winners:

First Place
Building Construction: Ty’Lain Rotenberger, Construction Technology, senior
CNC Turning Specialist: Vincent Sturdevant, Machining Technologies, homeschooled, senior
Culinary Arts: Eric Fosbenner, Culinary Arts, junior
Diesel Equipment Technology: Jayson Halteman, Diesel Equipment Technology, senior
Esthetics: Rebecca Kadlecik, Cosmetology, senior
Health Knowledge Bowl: Isabel McCarty-Health Care Careers, junior; Madison Nelson, Health Care Careers, junior; Jessica Wu, Health Care Careers, junior
Industrial Motor Control: Ethan Horning, Electrical Technology, senior
Job Interview: Georgina Martinez, Law Enforcement, junior
Power Equipment Technology: Jared Miller, Small Engine Technology, senior

Second Place
Advertising Design: Grace Lanyon, Graphic Communications, senior
Automated Manufacturing: Mason Steich, Machining Technologies, junior
Crime Justice: Dalton Mapes, Law Enforcement, junior
Diesel Equipment Technology: Corbin Babb, Diesel Technology, senior
Industrial Motor Control: Ethan Covelens, Electrical Technology, sophomore
Job Interview: Zoe Gorel, Health Care Careers, freshman
Power Equipment Technology: Richard Slifer, Small Engine Technology, junior
Promotional Bulletin Board: Ethan Wilson, Graphic Communications, junior

Third Place
First Aid/CPR: Logan Fitzgerald, Law Enforcement, junior
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