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Charlotte students advance to HOSA nationals

The following CMS high school students placed in the top three in their categories and advanced to the national Health Occupation Student Association Conference in Nashville, June 26-June 30:

Ardrey Kell: First place -- Dhiraj Banda, Kumen Grover, Vaibhav Shrishail, medical debate; Praruj Pant, medical law and ethics knowledge; Virali Shah, nutrition knowledge. Second place -- Megha Singh, medical photography.

East Mecklenburg: Second place -- Madelina Garcia, clinical specialty; Emily Laxson and Rebecca Laxson, CERT skills.

Mallard Creek: First place -- Tiffany Dai, extemporaneous writing. Second place -- Richa Patel, growth and development knowledge.

Myers Park: First place -- Benny Nguyen, medical assisting; Lane Vaughn, veterinary science. Second place -- Javanth Batchu, pathophysiology knowledge; Kim Coffino, medical terminology; Baxter Dulin, Meredith Freeland, Michael Nenon, biomedical debate; Alex Antezana, Eric Lee, Sriramkumar Sridharan, Ivy Zerkle, HOSA Bowl. Third place -- Ketan Choktshi, Michael Ding, Jacob Lampke, biomedical debate.

Phillip O. Berry: First place -- Natalie Ly, biotechnology; Atif Mahmood, clinical specialty. Second place -- Brenda Peralta and Trey Schwingle, forensic medicine. Third place -- Ishan Lala, biotechnology.

Providence: First place -- Allanah Hund and McKenzie Taranto, forensic medicine. Third place -- Milo Pan, epidemiology.

South Mecklenburg: First place -- Lena Ganchenko, Alkka Johnson, Hilary Jauregui, public health; Kristina Cloud, Trenidale Evans, DeNaesia George, Jasmine Holley, Kelsey Swayney, Jeong Won, parliamentary procedure. Third place -- Morgan Alexander, medical reading; Carla Castaneda, Michele Hsianya, Deep Patel, Lucy Thames, HOSA Bowl.

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