Inglemoor students win first place at DECA conference

Inglemoor High School students as the DECA event in Atlanta, Ga. - Contributed photo
Inglemoor High School students as the DECA event in Atlanta, Ga.
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Inglemoor High School Distributive Educational Clubs of America (DECA) teams once again produced impressive results finishing first and fifth respectively at the 68th Annual International Career Development Conference (ICDC) held May 3-6 in Atlanta, Ga.

Inglemoor students had five first place, four second place and four third place wins. Bothell High School’s only participating student, Sophia McMahon, had a great performance as a first-year marketing student but did not place at the event.

More than 16,000 high school marketing and DECA students competed in one of 45 marketing and business events at the conference. The top competitors in each DECA event are recognized for their outstanding achievements. In addition to the competitive events, many students and advisors participate in a variety of leadership and career advancing academies.

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First place was Brian Cullinan, Ryan Johnson, Drew Larsen, Chandler Olsen, Drew Larsen, Chandler Olsen, McCall Levy, Alisa Kean, Gary Wang and Xin Yi Chen.

Second place was Zijing Li, Carolyn Tang, Daniel Briggs, James Takami, Uyen Cao, Eric Dimitrovich and Brendan Rigby.

Third place was Ruby Li, Ana Osorno, Jeffrey Ni, Kevin Bi, Kety Bloch and Saige Danby.

Fourth place was Marisa Lauck, Julia Bauman, Logan Dziuk, Ryan Bauman, Bailey Cullinan, Elodie Li, Alex Yang, Stuart Wang, Casey Rosen, Anali Eiseman, Haley Baquian, Sawyer Stewart, Camellia Clark and Julia Grosvenor.

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