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Sanpete students do well in FBLA compeititon

Manti High School students came away with several awards from the state FBLA competition. From left, Vivianne Leers, Joseph Nelson, Adian Larsen, Tyler Boherer, Kyler Nelson, Kjerstan Birch and Preston Thomas. Not pictured: Brandon Shelly.
Manti High School students came away with several awards from the state FBLA competition. From left, Vivianne Leers, Joseph Nelson, Adian Larsen, Tyler Boherer, Kyler Nelson, Kjerstan Birch and Preston Thomas. Not pictured: Brandon Shelly.
Abigail Clawson, Colby Orton and Coldir Cox of North Sanpete High School placed in the top 10 at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)  state competition.
Abigail Clawson, Colby Orton and Coldir Cox of North Sanpete High School placed in the top 10 at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) state competition.

 

Sanpete students do well in state FBLA competition

 

Linda Petersen

Staff writer

3-23-2017

 

Students from two local Sanpete high schools, North Sanpete and Manti, did well at state Future Business Leaders of American (FBLA) competitions last week.

Kevin Nelson from Manti High placed first in  “computer problem solving” and in “cyber security.”

Brayden Shelley, also from Manti, placed fourth in “Insurance and risk management,” and the team of Joseph Nelson and Kyler Nelson placed fourth in “network design.”

Colby Orton of North Sanpete High placed fifth in “spreadsheet applications.” The teams of Adian Larsen and Preston Thomas, and Tyler Boehrer and David Arnoldson placed fifth in “3D animation and “computer game & simulation programming,” respectively.

North Sanpete students Coldir Cox placed seventh in “public speaking, ” and Abigail Clawson placed ninth in “journalism.”

Nine Manti students and 21NSHS students went to the state competition.

At the region competition before state, North Sanpete had 44 students place in the top five. Thirty of those students placed first or second in their events—some of those students placing in multiple events.