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Culinary students honored, ready to compete in SkillsUSA event

March 7, 2016

Eight culinary students from around the region, including three from Schalmont, will represent Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) at the regional SkillsUSA competition later this month after winning CTE-based competitions.

The students and others were honored on Feb. 26 in front of a packed-house of parents, faculty, administrators and peers.

The honorees received trophies, medals and certificates for competing in a series of SkillsUSA competition at the school. They competed in four different categories that tested their abilities on everything from knife skills to table setting.

The top two points earners in each competition — which was judged by area chefs and restraunters — advance to the March 16 SkillsUSA regional competition in Schenectady and potentially onto state and national events.

Those students and the other top finishers in each category are listed below followed by their home school districts.

Culinary arts

Ozzy Guzman, South Colonie
Carly Yezzo, Schalmont
James Seccombe, Mohonason
Tiffany Kaiser, Mohonason

Commercial baking

Brittany Boyce, Mohonason
Mark Contreras, Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk
Zhane Smith, Cohoes
Angela Yezzo, Schalmont

Food preparation assistant

 Nate Brown, Waterford
De-Anthony Daggett Orr, Guilderland
Zander Morina, Albany

Food and beverage service

Vincent Gentile, South Colonie
Brittany Gaudinier, Schoharie