According to the group’s website, SkillsUSA Texas is a partnership of students, teachers and industry representatives that serve students who are preparing for careers in technical, skilled and service occupations.
The competition consisted of two rounds of 25 questions and the CLHS team, "Lake Law," ended the competition with the top overall score.
“Since COVID-19, this has been the only contest we have been able to compete in at the state level,” said CLHS Criminal Justice Instructor Michael Tokarski in a press release.
The championship team included Madison Crowder, Kirsten Heckathorn, Krystal Cates, Zach Collins and Aiden Ballard.
Crowder took first place overall in individual scores and Cates placed second.