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Reish places 1st at state BPA competition

Sam Reish was the state champion in computer modeling.

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Sam Reish, at left, was BPA state champion in computer modeling, and Emily Schulz placed fifth in business law and ethics at state BPA competition March 10-12, 2022 in Minneapolis.
Contributed / Angie Kuehn

Several members of the Park Rapids chapter of Business Professionals of America placed in the top 10 at state BPA competition March 10-12 at the Hyatt Regency in Minneapolis.

Sam Reish was the BPA state champion in computer modeling. Emily Schulz placed fifth in business law and ethics. Both earned a spot to compete at the BPA’s national leadership conference in May in Dallas, Texas.

Also placing in the top 10 were:

  • Reish, Zach VanBatavia and Jaxson Lund, third, global marketing team
  • Jaime Brann, sixth, banking and finance
  • Henry Thorson and Jacob Lof, sixth, financial analyst team
  • Kassidy Ennen, seventh, basic office procedures
  • Kelsey Berghuis, seventh, health administration procedures
  • Schulz, Berghuis, Maeve Bolton and Emma Ravnaas, seventh, administrative support team
  • Natalie Harvey, ninth, prepared speech
  • VanBatavia, ninth, presentation management
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