CKTC Biomed Students Place 1st at Anatomage Tournament

Caddo Kiowa Technology Biomedical Science students recently participated in the HOSA State Leadership Conference. After competing online, the Muskrats team qualified in the Elite 8, which competed at State Leadership Conference. The students competed on Monday afternoon and advanced to the Final 4 on Tuesday, which would be conducted with a live audience watching. With a score of 227, the Muskrats advanced to the Championship, where they posted a score 144 in the most difficult round.

The team was crowned OK HOSA State Leadership Conference Anatomage Tournament Champions. In addition, students also competed in other competitive events.

Jaden Bartlett and Catherine Potter competed in Forensic Science and were rewarded with a 5th place prize.

Julian Ebacher competed in Medical Law and Ethics and placed 2nd in his division. Zoey Anglin and McKaegan Gregory both qualified for State Leadership Conference and competed in their respective events.

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