2017 TSA Results


​Cherokee Trail 

CT Placed 3rd overall out of 42 high schools from around the state.

We also have two new state officers. Tommy Weyermann was elected Vice President, and James Ryan was elected President of Colorado TSA. James is the first state president to come from CT.

Below is the list of events that we placed in. If you have any of these students in class please congratulate them for accomplishments.

3D Animation

Semifinalist James Daniel

Architectural Design


  • Alex Walz
  • Tommy Weyermann
  • Jaime Tellez
  • Brennan Demaniow

Biotechnology Design


Team 1

  • Sandesh Kulkarni
  • Sathya Dugini
  • Dean Dyer
  • Ryan Altland

Team 2

  • Emily Howard
  • Aubrey MacDougall


1st Place  Alex Walz  National Qualifier

3rd place- Ian Gray


2nd Place-Kaleb Barbour National Qualifier

Semifinalist- Sam Wicklund,

Chapter Team (Parliamentary Procedure)


  • Megan Bustamante
  • Eli Kutzer
  • James Ryan
  • Tommy Weyermann
  • Michael  Whittaker
  • Brett Yoder

Children's Stories (Design and fabrication of Pop-up book)


  • Emma Loisel
  • Emily Howard
  • David Hayes
  • Megan Bustamante
  • Aubrey MacDougall

Computer Integrated Manufacturing

1st Place -Ian Harling & Hunter Fieweger National Qualifier

3rd place- Jackson Kenney & Andrew McNulla

Debating Technological Issues

2nd Place Aubrie Nuccio & Colton Curtis National Qualifier

Dragster Design

1st Place -Tyler Perez  National Qualifier

Engineering Design

1st Place  National Qualifier

  • Tad Kvietok
  • Anvay Raje
  • Peyton Chandler
  • Connor Smith

Fashion Design & Technology


  • Megan Bustamante
  • Tommy Weyermann
  • Tyler Perez
  • Isabella Ramey

On-Demand Video

2nd Place National Qualifier

  • Henry Kvietok
  • Xai Phommarath
  • Jack Santaniello,
  • Umar Haroon

Photographic Technology

2nd Place-Isabella Ramey National Qualifier

Prepared Presentation

2nd Place-Brett Yoder National Qualifier

Promotional Design

3rd place-Ryan Espinoza  National Qualifier

Semifinalist-Maddy Ivey

Silent Movie

3rd place-Rita Kamenetskiy & Alexis Linhardt

Structural Design & Engineering

2nd Place-Keoni Yamada & Jackson Kenney National Qualifier

Technology Bowl (quiz bowl)


  • Henry Kvietok
  • Michael  Whittaker
  • Brett Yoder

Theatrical Set Design  

3rd place- James Ryan and Peter Brown

Transportation Modeling

2nd Place-Ryan Espinoza National Qualifier

3rd place-Daniel Safronov

​Webmaster (Web Design)

3rd place National Qualifier

  • Jessie Zaikin
  • Ivy Truong
  • Jaime Tellez
  • Sarah Ferguson


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