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Hall Co. healthcare science students win state awards

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Students from Chestatee, Flowery Branch, Johnson and West Hall recently competed at the State HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) Conference in Athens. <br /> <br /> These students placed in the Top 10 in their competitive events: <br /> <br /> - Samantha Alverson, West Hall, National Service Project Award <br /> - Yennifer Clarin, West Hall, HOSA Happenings Award <br /> - Connor Grady, Johnson High, Barbara James Service Award, Presidential Silver Level <br /> - Christopher Marin, Johnson High, Barbara James Service Award <br /> - Morgan Millwood, West Hall, Barbara James Service Award, Presidential Bronze Level <br /> - Taylor Walker, West Hall, Outstanding HOSA Chapter Award <br /> - Kristina Ballowe, Flowery Branch High School, Extemporaneous Health Poster, 2nd place <br /> - West Hall High Chapter, Red Cross Outstanding HOSA Chapter Award, 3rd<br /> place <br /> - Zach Johnson, Flowery Branch High School, CERT Skills, 3rd<br /> place <br /> - Tylor Johnson, Flowery Branch High School, CERT Skills, 3rd<br /> place <br /> - Kristen McCole, Flowery Branch High School, Pharmacology, 3rd<br /> place <br /> - Morgan Millwood, West Hall, Transcultural Healthcare, 3rd<br /> place <br /> - Yennifer Clarin, West Hall, Medical Terminology, 4th<br /> place <br /> - Nhi Huynh, Johnson High, Forensic Medicine, 4th<br /> place <br /> - Janessa King, West Hall, Interview Skills, 4th<br /> place <br /> - Elijah Seagraves, Flowery Branch High School, Pharmacology, 4th<br /> place <br /> - Heidi Troung, Johnson High, Forensic Medicine, 4th<br /> place <br /> - Jackson Forestall, Flowery Branch High School, Pharmacology, 5th<br /> place <br /> - Aaron Morrenzin, Flowery Branch High School, Medical Terminology, 5th<br /> place <br /> - Mary Catherine Peck, Chestatee High, Public Service Announcement, 5th<br /> place <br /> - Stormy Reedy, Chestatee High, Public Service Announcement, 5th<br /> place <br /> - Katelyn Turner, Chestatee High, Public Service Announcement, 5th<br /> place <br /> - Lucas Dechamp, West Hall, Public Service Announcement, 6th<br /> Place <br /> - Nathan Farist, West Hall, Public Service Announcement, 6th<br /> Place <br /> - Trenton Hembree, West Hall, Epidemiology, 6th<br /> Place <br /> - Diana Hernandez, West Hall, Healthy Lifestyles, 6th<br /> place <br /> - Shelby Sharpe, West Hall, Public Service Announcement, 6th<br /> place <br /> - Mauz Choudry, Flowery Branch High School, Dental Terminology, 7<br /> th place <br /> - Parker Ramey, Chestatee High, Medical Terminology, 7th<br /> place <br /> - Becca Cannon, Flowery Branch High School, Public Service Announcement, 8th<br /> place <br /> - Becca Cannon, Flowery Branch High School, Public Service Announcement, 8th<br /> place <br /> - Kameron Clark, Flowery Branch High School, Public Service Announcement, 8th<br /> place <br /> - Morgan Stanley, Flowery Branch High School, Public Service Announcement, 8th<br /> place <br /> - Caleb Harlon, Chestatee High, Nutrition, 9th<br /> place <br /> - Stephanie Tran, Johnson High, Biomedical Debate, 9th<br /> place <br /> - Logan Dumanowsky, Johnson High, Biomedical Debate, 9th<br /> place <br /> - Aaron Martinez, Johnson High, Biomedical Debate, 9th place <br /> - Hannah Wilson, West Hall, Human Growth and Development, 9th<br /> place <br /> - Hannah Wilson, West Hall, Healthcare Issues Exam, Top 50 out of 700 Testers <br /> <br /> Students who placed in the Top 3 places in their respective events will compete at the National Conference in Orlando, Fla., the last week of June.
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