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Inglemoor DECA Finishes Second and Woodinville DECA Finishes Fourth in Nation

Northshore DECA Teams Shine at International Conference
Inglemoor Finishes Second and Woodinville Finishes Fourth in Nation

Inglemoor and Woodinville high school Distributive Educational Clubs of America (DECA) teams once again produced impressive results finishing second and fourth respectively at the 65th Annual International Career Development Conference (ICDC) held April 24-27 in Anaheim, Calif.

More than 13,000 high school marketing and DECA students from the United States, Canada, Germany, Puerto Rico and Guam competed in the international competition. The six-day conference ended with the Grand Awards ceremony where recognition was given to the top ten winners in each of the 35 competition categories.

Northshore's national results include:
First Place, Dan Briggs and James Takami, Inglemoor, Marketing Communications
Second Place, Shelby Heath and Geena Glen, Woodinville, Hospitality & Tourism Team Decision Making
Second Place, Kalei Munsell, Woodinville, Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan Second Place, Matthias Argenyi, Woodinville, Restaurant and Food Service Marketing
Third Place, Danny Schied, Woodinville, Entrepreneurship
Third Place, Marisa Lauck and Julia Bauman, Inglemoor, Business Law and Ethics
Third Place, Brian Cullinan and Ryan Johnson, Inglemoor, Buying & Merchandising
Third Place, Kety Bloch, Inglemoor, Professional Selling
Third Place, Ben Baxter and Marc Lotorto, Inglemoor, Entrepreneurship Growing Your Business
Fourth Place, Shane Buller and Kathleen Zhou, Inglemoor, Professional Selling
Fourth Place, Bailey Cullinan and Elodie Li, Inglemoor, Hospitality Services
Fourth Place, Jeffrey Ni and Kevin Bi, Inglemoor, Sports & Entertainment
Fourth Place, Lori Vermurlen, Inglemoor, Automotive Services
Fourth Place, Chris Brummer, Inglemoor, Quick Serve Restaurant
Fourth Place, JD White, Inglemoor, Restaurant & Food Services
Fourth Place, Aileen Chang and Lilian Liang, Inglemoor, Advertising Campaign
Fourth Place, Megan Rigby, Inglemoor, Entrepreneurship Franchise
Fourth Place, Lauren Vandivort, Inglemoor, Professional Selling

Students placing in the top 20 and as finalists include Melanie Logan, Woodinville, Hospitality & Professional Selling; Briegan Sims, Woodinville, Hospitality and Professional Selling; Melanie Logan, Woodinville, Hospitality & Professional Selling; Madelyn Cline, Sophie Fleuret and Emily Chambers, Woodinville, Advertising Campaign; Micah Rubart, Woodinville, Quick Service Restaurant Marketing; Riley Poole, Inglemoor, Buying and Merchandising Operations Research; Jim Bishop, Inglemoor, International Business Plan; Alex Fuller, Inglemoor, International Business Plan; Jonathan Meiusi and Emily Carpenter, Inglemoor, Hospitality; Madison Brock and Dan Holt, Inglemoor, Travel and Tourism; and Janie Reid and Jade Wy, Inglemoor, Travel and Tourism.

Students recognized on stage for personal efforts include Nick Hering, Inglemoor, Professional Selling; Camellia Clark, Inglemoor, Food Marketing; Ali Darvish, Inglemoor, Hotel & Lodging; Emmy Billmaier and Chloe Callahan, Woodinville, Hospitality & Tourism Decision Making; Tyler Matheson and Noah An, Woodinville, Top Test Score; and Jacob Hoogerwerf, Woodinville, Top Role Play.
Ken Mortland May 17, 2013 at 12:53 PM
Congratulations to Inglemoor and Woodinville DECA teams. I knew you'd do us proud. Northshore School District's DECA program has been winning awards for years. One of my ex-students, Heather Pressler, a DECA award winner from Inglemoor, is now a PhD candidate in molecular biology back on the East Coast. DECA opens so many doors to success.

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