VHS TSA earns overall win in technology challenge

At the River Valley Technology Challenge, held Nov. 18,  Vilonia TSA took home a total of 13 medals for first, second or third place in various engineering competitions.  This amount of medal wins earned us the overall win for the event.

Vilonia TSA competed against other state high schools including Fayetteville, Alma, Russellville, Bryant and Siloam Springs.

At the event from VHS was Daniel Massa, Justin Furber, Spencer Coffman, Brayden Hopkins, Ethan Rocker, Samantha Biltgen, Lindzie Lunsford, Joseph LaRocca, Logan Wilbanks, Chris Bunn, Braden Westby, Mrs. Jami Eubanks and TSA State Director Solona Islam.

Some students who medaled were:

Chris Bunn & Braden Westby, 2nd Place, Video Game Design

Lindzie Lunsford & Samantha Biltgen, 1st Place, Children's Story

Braden Hopkins, Justin Furber, & Daniel Massa, 3rd Place, Catapult Design

Braden Westby, Spencer Coffman, & Chris Bunn, 1st Place, Catapult Design

Also, Vilonia's TSA had a whole category sweep in the CO2 Dragster Competition.

Braden Westby, 1st Place, CO2 Dragster

Joseph LaRocca, 2nd Place, CO2 Dragster

Ethan Rocker, 3rd Place, CO2 Dragster


Linda HicksVHS