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Fifth straight state title for vet science

March 20, 2017

The Illinois veterinary science state championship resides at Central High School for the fifth consecutive year. 

Twenty teams and 91 individuals competed from 25 schools, with Central accumulating 944 points, compared to 929 points for runner-up Tri-Point. Edwardsville finished third with 867 points.

Central students placed first and second, led by junior Kayla Adams' state-winning score of 328. Junior Brian Spooner was second with a score of 327. Juniors Brandon Pralle and Mariella Quiroa finished 13th and 16th, respectively. Junior Josh Cooper also won the first place alternate, recording a 276.

Central’s vet science team will represent Illinois at the national contest during the FFA National Convention in October. In October 2016, Central’s vet science team just missed the award stand, finishing 13th in the country.

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