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Future business leaders from Malheur County schools return from state competition with plenty of trophy hardware

Members of Nyssa High School's Future Business Leaders of America team racked up a number of awards at a state conference in Portland earlier this month. (Submitted photo).

PORTLAND – The future tycoons of business are home sporting awards after competing in the Oregon Future Business Leaders of America conference. The local high school students competed in business, management and information technology.

Local schools brought home a number of top awards. Representing Ontario High School, Quinn Susuki placed first in organizational leadership. Nyssa students Adrian Herrera and Chris Ramirez took first place in management information services. Vale returned with four first-place finishes.

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Austin Crocket: Fifth, economics.

Quinn Susuki: First, organizational leadership; third, global business.

Zeina Abu Rumman, Elif Kirmiziyuz: Fifth, global business.

Andy Sanchez, Alan Chew: Third . . .