Qualifying in April as one of the top 30 teams in Texas, the AMCHS team was led by Ian Tremblay, who earned high-point individual out of more than 100 competitors.
In addition to Tremblay, the three-person team consisted of Noah Langley and Tyler Reim.
In the competition, students took a 100-question test over mathematical application in agriculture, 12 volt electrical circuits and other agriculture knowledge.
In addition, they had a team activity and individual activities to perform related to the contest's theme -- integrated pest management as it relates to row cropping.
The College Station High School Forestry Team and Meats Evaluation Team also qualified for, and competed in, the state contest. The Forestry Team consists of Bailey Simmons, Trew Adams, and Preston Bunner, while the Meats Evaluation Team includes Alyssa Roach, Bailey Simmons, Austin Mincher, and Lindsey Rogers.