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MNTC Students Earn Awards at 2021 Spring Skills Contests

Moore Norman Technology Center full-time career program students earned awards at regional, state and district skills contests this spring.

Each national student organization allows first-through-third place state contest winners to compete in their national contests, with the exception of SkillsUSA, where only first place winners move ahead to the national competition.

The DECA student organization’s state contest was held online in February. MNTC students competed in SkillsUSA regional and district contests online in March. Results from these contests are:

BPA State Leadership Contest Winners


Secondary/High School

First place: Lauren Smith, Java Programming.

Second place: Lauren Smith, Python Programming – Pilot and Kade Williams, Java Programming.

Fourth place: Kade Williams, C# Programming.

Eighth place: Colin Jones, Java Programming.


First place: Jaden Mabon, C# Programming and C++ Programming and Evan Faris, Java Programming and Python Programming.

Second Place: Mitchell Lozano, C++ Programming and Robert West, Java Programming and Python Programming.


Web Design

Secondary/High School

First place: Zoe Kelley, Fundamentals of Web Design.

Second place: Gryphon Watt, Fundamentals of Web Design.

Third place: Kaylin Charlton, Fundamentals of Web Design.

Fourth place: Charlton Braley, Website Design Team.

Fifth place: Preston Yang, Fundamentals of Web Design.

Top 10: Kaylin Charlton and Braydon McGee, Virtual Branding.


Third place: Richelle Addington, Fundamentals of Web Design.


Legal Office Services

Secondary/High School

First place: Anven Hawpe, Ethics & Professionalism.

Second place: Julie Gomez, Legal Office Procedures.

Third place: Ryan Moses, Extemporaneous Speech.

Fifth place: Ryan Moses, Interview Skills.

Sixth place: Anven Hawpe, Legal Office Procedures.

Eighth place: Julie Gomez, Fundamental Word Processing.


First Place: Hope Davis, Contemporary Issues and Legal Office Procedures.


Cyber Defense

Secondary/High School

Fifth place: Mason Hendon, Linux Operation System Fundamentals.


Third place: Connor Perham, PC Servicing & Troubleshooting.


Entrepreneurship, DECA State Contest: Spring 2021

Secondary/High School

First place: Adan Hurtado, Lirey Munoz and Izayah Taylor, Franchise Business Plan Team Event.

Second place: Nickolas Bildeau, Michaela Eskina and Ethan Taylor, Sales Project Team Event.

Third place: Angeleah Castaneda, Buying and Merchandising Operations Team Event; Payton McNabb, Integrated Marketing Campaign – Product Team Event; Emily Mendez-Cervantes, Independent Business Plan Team Event and Sarah Riley, Buying and Merchandising Operations Team Event.

Fourth place: Logan Foster, Innovation Plan Team Event and Jake Manning, Hospitality and Tourism Operations Team Event.

Seventh place: Brea Ellis, Start-Up Business Plan Team Event.

Learn more about MNTC’s long term career programs or call (405) 801-5000.

DECA State Winners Spring 2021

Front row L-R: Nick Bilodeau, Michaela Eskina, and Lirey Munoz. Back row L-R: Izayah Taylor, Ethan Taylor, and Xavier Hurtado. 

Legal Office Services BPA Contest Winners

L-R: Hope Davis, Julie Gomez, Ryan Moses, Aven Hawpe, and Christine Woodard.

Web Design BPA Contest Winners

L-R: Brydon McGee, Kaylin Charlton, Xavier Williams, and Daniel Tysor.

Programming BPA Contest Winners

Top L-R: Mitchell Lozano, Jaden Mabon, and Robert West. Middle L-R: Colin Jones and Evan Farris. Bottom L-R: Kade Williams, Lauren Smith, and Rachel Hurt. 

BPA Contest Winners

Top 1st Row L-R: Xavier Williams, Ryan Moses, Jaden Mabon, and Aven Hawpe. 2nd Row L-R: Mitchell Lozano, Evan Farris, and Robert West. 3rd Row L-R: Kade Williams, Colin Jones, and Kaylin Charlton. Bottom 4th Row L-R: Hope Davis, Lauren Smith, Brydon McGee, and Julie Gomez. Right Ramp: Christine Woodard, Rachel Hurt, and Daniel Tysor. 

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