Neshoba Central students win state technology awards
The Neshoba Central High School Chapter of the Mississippi Technology Student Association captured 58 awards in the state TSA competition. They will compete nationally in June. All competitions this year are virtual.
Debating Technology Issues: second place, Leyton Turk and Hunter Pollack-Bavetta.
Essays On Technology: second place, Spencer Rea.
Digital Video Production: first place, Aiden Collins, Jacob Goforth, Ethan Hardin, William Schmid and Wayne Weaver.
On-Demand Video: first place, Aiden Collins, William Dorman, Kathryn Dreifuss, Ethan Hardin, William Schmid and Wayne Weaver.
Chapter Team: first place, Tyus Bell, Damien Clark, Madison Eickhoff, Briauna Eubanks, Justin Hendrix and Hunter Pollack-Bavetta.
Coding: second place, Matthew Pecoraro and Tony Riddle.
Forensic Science: second place, Brandon Beckham and Hunter Pollack-Bavetta.
Technology Bowl: first place, Damien Clark, William Smith and Zavibien Welch.
Children’s Stories: second place, Heather Nicholson, Briauna Eubanks, Natalie Page and Kylie Posey.
Board Game Design: second place, Ethan Bounds, Zoie Herring, Devin McCoy, Malcom McDonald and Mary Moran (team one). first place, Madison Eickhoff and Noah Savell (team two).
Extemporaneous Speech: first place, Riley Robinson.
Fashion Design and Technology: first place, Annalise Bell and Daylynn Mingo.
Music Production: third place, Damien Clark, Tony Grant, Braedon Raffield, Omarion Stribling and Zavibien Welch.
Photographic Technology: second place, Zoie Herring. first place, Jonathan Andy.
Prepared Presentation: second place, Aiden Collins.
Video Game Design: first place, Madison Eickhoff, Logan Flowers, Brice Foster, Justin Hendrix and Samuel Knight.
Information Technology Fundamentals + Preparation Exam: first grade, Gracie Waldrop.
Cybersecurity: third place, Jackson Stroud; second place, Zavibien Welch; and first place, Damien Clark.
TSA Teacher of the Year: Sedera Anderson.