Legend’s Performance at DECA state competition
By Ronak Dsouza
Business is booming for Legend’s DECA program. Over the past weekend, many fellow Titans competed in the annual DECA state competition. The event, held at the Broadmoor, happened over the span of three days.
The first day, Sunday, was the first round for all of the written events. The next day the individuals who performed the best were then selected to compete in the final round. Also on Sunday was the first round for the roleplay events with the finals round occuring on Tuesday. Awards were given to the top performers at the competition after the roleplay finals. These winners then subsequently qualified for the international conference in Nashville, Tennessee.
This year’s competition was record-breaking for Legend as there were more international qualifiers than in previous years.
“We had 15 people qualify to go to Nashville,” said senior Ashley Lawson.
Additionally, the time not competing was just as memorable for the DECA students.
“We were able to stay in the Broadmoor this year,” said senior Rachel Derose. “It was super exciting and we all had a lot of fun.”
In the end, the main highlight was the great memories and companionship created at the competition.
“It was really good to see Legend bring around 70 people to state,” said senior Rachel Derose. “As a DECA officer team, it felt good to see that the hard work of many members paid off.”
Here’s hoping Legend’s success will continue at the international conference in Nashville.