Cambria Heights part of regional TSA conference
PATTON — Members of the Cambria Heights High School Technology Student Association Chapter (TSA) competed in the Region 8 Virtual Competition this year.
Much like everything else in our lives this competition was very different this year. However, Cambria Heights students still shined brightly.
The school had 10 students represent its high school chapter this year, competing in 10 different events.
The results of the competition were released on Feb. 20. Several members of the CHHS have qualified to attend the 43rd annual Pennsylvania Technology Student Association State Leadership Conference.
The state TSA event will take place virtually in April.
CHHS TSA members placed in the following events:
Biotechnology Design — Braden Thomas, first place.
Coding — Ian Eckenrode, first place.
Digital Video Production — Team of James Ertter and Ian Eckenrode, fourth place.
Essays on Technology — Lyndsey Kitchen, second place; Braden Thomas, third place.
Forensic Science — Team of Ian Eckenrode and James Ertter, third place.
Future Technology and Engineering Teacher — Lyndsey Kitchen, second place; Braden Thomas, third place.
Prepared Presentation — Morgan Link, fourth place.
Promotional Design — Morgan Link, third place.
Technology Bowl — Team of Zach Mislevy, Ian Hall and Morgan Link, second place.
Technology Bowl Individual High Score — Zach Mislevy, second place; Ian Eckenrode, eighth place; Morgan Link, 10th place; Ian Hall, 13th place.