Automotive student competing in SkillsUSA State Competition

The results of the 2017 SkillsUSA Missouri State Championship are in! Students placing first in their contest are eligible to compete at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference to be held in Louisville, Kentucky, June 19-23, 2017. All students receiving first, second or third place ranking will receive certificates and a gold, silver, or bronze metal at a celebratory luncheon later this month.

Congratulations to all of our students who competed! You make Ranken proud. Thanks to all of our advisers and instructors who helped our students prepare for this season!


Architectural Drafting

3rd Place

Juan Villegas


Automated Manufacturing Technology

1st Place Team

Patrick McDermott, Peter Prombo-Cates, and Matthew Roderick


Automotive Refinishing Technology

3rd Place

Edwin Gonzalez



1st Place

Tyler Wallace


CNC Milling Specialist

3rd Place

James Bennett


CNC Technician

1st Place

Scott Miller


CNC Turning Specialist

1st Place

Richard Hochecker

2nd Place

Matthew Young


Collision Repair Technology

1st Place

Brian Imboden

2nd Place

Nicholas Allred


Employment Application (leadership contest)

1st Place

Ezra Heard


Information Technology Service

2nd Place

Silas Barndt




1st Place Team

Brock Groppe, Eric James, Corey Scroggins, Christopher Singer


Web Design

3rd Place Team

Nathaniel McFarland, Juan Peterson


Welding Fabrication Technology

1st Place Team

Nicholas Bone, Paul Fox, Shane Mudd

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