Osseo OEC teams have strong showing at state

Students on an Osseo OEC (Opportunities in Emergency Care) team participate in the State Competition on Feb. 22. The competition challenges students through simulated accident scenarios.

Students on an Osseo OEC (Opportunities in Emergency Care) team participate in the State Competition on Feb. 22. The competition challenges students through simulated accident scenarios.

Osseo OEC (Opportunities in Emergency Care) students had a strong showing at the 28th annual Emergency Care State competition Saturday, Feb. 22, at Spring Lake Park High School.

Osseo’s top team, The Incredibles takes fourth place overall. Team members include: Lexi Poncin, Alex Winkelman, DeAngelo Wallman and Jake Lenz.

Osseo’s top team, The Incredibles takes fourth place overall. Team members include: Lexi Poncin, Alex Winkelman, DeAngelo Wallman and Jake Lenz.

Osseo sent 17 teams consisting of students from Osseo, Maple Grove, Park Center, Wayzata and Buffalo high schools. The competition challenged students academically and physically through a series of well-controlled accident scenarios. There were simulated cardiac emergencies, a rescue from a swimming pool, electrocution, impaled object and rescue of a fire fighter.

Osseo takes honors for Most Professional Team, with students Kaitlynn Arbogast, Hannah Paulson and Marie Gaddis.

Osseo takes honors for Most Professional Team, with students Kaitlynn Arbogast, Hannah Paulson and Marie Gaddis.

Osseo’s top team, The Incredibles, consisted of student: Lexi Poncin, Alex Winkelman, DeAngelo Wallman and Jake Lenz. The team took fourth place overall at the state competition.

Osseo also took honors with its Most Professional Team, with students: Kaitlynn Arbogast, Hannah Paulson and Marie Gaddis.

Next, Osseo will travel to North Carolina in June to compete in the International Rescue and Emergency Care Association competition.

 

 

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