A&M Consolidated’s Ian Tremblay stood out among all CSISD competitors by earning high-point individual in the agricultural mechanics contest and 13th high-point individual in the wildlife contest.
The AMCHS Agricultural Mechanics Team consisting of Tremblay, Tyler Reim, Noah Langley and Weston Bishop placed third out of 30 teams, while the wildlife team of Tremblay, Reim and Langley placed 15th out of the 49 teams at state.
The College Station HS ag sales team placed 19th. Team members were Dylan Schulze, Courtney McGee, Shannon Gaines, and Kaytlyn Livingston.
The CSHS floriculture team and meats evaluation team placed 22nd and 25th, respectively.
The floriculture team members were Kassidy McCabe, Suzanna Borchgardt and Kaitlen Johnson. McCabe was the 28th high-point individual scorer out of more than 200 contestants.
The meats evaluation team members were Alyssa Roach, Lindsey Rogers and Bradley Dorsett.
Career Development Events build on what is learned in agricultural classes and encourage members to put their knowledge into practice. These events are designed to help a member prepare for a career in agriculture by testing and challenging the student's technical, leadership, interpersonal and teamwork skills as well as their knowledge of the subject matter.