LYMAN — Five LHS seniors – Stone Olguin, Max Turner, Alex Turner, James Harward and Cameron Anson – proved they have the smarts to lead the academic team.
These five students took first place at the SkillsUSA competition in April and earned the right to represent Wyoming at the National Quiz Bowl June 25-29, in Louisville, Ky.
At the state competition, Stone Olguin took the silver medal in related technical math. Max Turner and James Harward pioneered Lyman High School into the world of robotics. They earned the first place award at the state SkillsUSA competition the end of April. Second place in the state competition was taken by Cheyenne East.
At the state competition, “Lyman’s quiz bowl team was asked questions on a wide variety from state capital to mathematical questions to history,” according to parent volunteer Zana Olguin.
The national competition in June at Louisville will the 54th annual National Leadership and Skills Conference (NLSC), a showcase of career and technical education students. More than 16,000 people — including students, teachers and business partners — are expected to participate in the weeklong event in Kentucky.
Pictured are the five LHS seniors, who took first place and will represent Wyoming at the National (l to r): Stone Olguin, Max Turner , James Harward, Alex Turner, and Cameron Anson. COURTESY PHOTO/Zana Olguin