First Place - Kylie Mathews and Second Place - Jesus Ayala

RIVEROAK Technical College is proud to announce the outstanding achievements of its students at the recent SkillsUSA competition.  The event showcased the talents and skills of participants across several programs, and RIVEROAK students excelled in multiple categories, bringing home notable accolades.

In the Masonry category, RIVEROAK's students demonstrated exceptional craftsmanship and expertise, securing top positions in the competition.  Abigail Ranck claimed first place, showcasing her mastery in masonry techniques, with Avery Thomas following behind with a second place finish.Pictured: Abigail Rank and Avery Thomas from MasonryPictured: Adam Fullbright from Welding TechnologyRTC students pose before competition

The Automotive Refinishing Technology category saw RIVEROAK students shine once again, with Kylie Mathews emerging as the winner.  Kylie’s expertise and precision in automotive refinishing earned her well-deserved recognition.  Additionally, Jesus Ayala showcased his talent and dedication, securing second place in the same category.

In the Welding category, RIVEROAK continued its streak of success, with Adam Fullbright securing third place.

The achievements of Abigail Ranck and Kylie Mathews hold special significance as they are set to represent RIVEROAK at the National SkillsUSA Conference this summer in Atlanta, Georgia.  Their exceptional skills, determination, and commitment to excellence have earned them the opportunity to compete on a national stage, showcasing the caliber of talent at RIVEROAK Technical College.

RIVEROAK Technical College congratulates all the SkillsUSA participants for their dedication, hard work, and exemplary performance. These achievements exemplify the spirit of excellence and innovation that RIVEROAK strives to instill in its students.