Freeman High School’s FBLA team earned 42 trophies at the 2018 Northeast FBLA Winter Conference held Feb. 7 at Eastpoint Church in Spokane Valley.
Freeman students who placed in the top six in their category qualified to compete at the state conference in April in Bellevue.
The regional conference drew 527 students to compete in business-related topics. It was the largest regional conference in the state, a news release said.
The top finishers at state will advance to the nationals in June in Baltimore.
The Freeman students who placed in the top 10 are listed by category and place. State alternates are indicated in parenthesis.
Computer Problem Solving – 1. Erick Flack; 8. Jack Cramer (alternate).
Introduction to Business Communications – 1. Thomas Willard; 7. Darian Cofone (alternate); 8. Ben Chadduck (alternate); 10. Masha Stuart.
Introduction to Public Speaking – 1. Elisa Vigil; 2. Kylie Nelson; 3. Hope Storro; 8. Masha Stuart.
Job Interview – 1. Marley Pratt; 2. Maggie Bailey.
Management Decision Making – 1. The team of Odie Landoe and Tyler Waite; 6. the team of Keegan Cottrell, Michael Coumont and Hanna Hansen.
Business Communications – 2. Shilo Stuart; 3. Erick Flack; 4. Shayna Nickerson; 5. Dylan Passey; 7. Maggie Bailey (alternate).
Economics – 2. Nathan Longhurst.
Entrepreneurship – 2. The team of Odie Landoe, Shayna Nickerson and Tyler Waite.
Help Desk – 2. Shilo Stuart.
Introduction to Business Presentation – 2. The team of Hope Storro and Katelyn Tippett; 3. Elisa Vigil.
Sales Presentation – 2. Erick Flack; 3. Marley Pratt; 5. Katelyn Tippett.
Social Media Campaign – 2. Shayna Nickerson and Kendall Paine.
Impromptu Speaking – 3. Shilo Stuart.
Personal Finance – 3. Nathan Longhurst; 9. Maggie Bailey (alternate).
Business Calculations – 4. Jarett Wright.
Client Service – 4. Hali Putz; 6. Jackson Clark.
Public Service Announcement – 4. The team of Jackson Clark, Marley Pratt and Tyler Waite; 7. the team of Sage Aldendorf, Bailey Coumont, Jared Lara (alternate).
Emerging Business Issues – 5. The team of Kylie Nelson and Hali Putz.
Marketing – 5. The team of Nathan Longhurst and Shilo Stuart.
Business Law – 6. Odie Landoe.
Introduction to Financial Math – 6. Hope Storro; 9. Thomas Willard (alternate).
Network Design - 7. The team of Ben Chadduck and Tate Waite (alternate).
Hospitality Management – 10. Jake Amend and Mary Neale (alternate).
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