Hubbard High School qualifies 21 students to State History Day

Hubbard High School did very well at Youngstown State University’s regional history competition on Saturday, April 6, 2019. Twenty-one students qualified for the State History contest at Ohio Wesleyan University on Saturday, April 27, 2019. YSU’s regional contest consists of students from Trumbull, Mahoning, Columbiana, Ashtabula and Portage counties. This year’s theme was “Triumph and Tragedy.” Hubbard High School had their own history day in early February and had their US History and US Government students compete in that event in multiple categories and then sent over 40 students to compete at YSU. Teachers of those two subjects include Rich Perline, Tom King, Mary Davis, and Ross Stoffer. The state qualifiers were as follows:


Group Documentary:

2nd place; “Iranian Hostage Crisis”

Anthony Gagliardi

Ryan Laird

Zachary Jones

Kobe Krisuk

Andrew Frank

Individual Performance:

2nd place “Women’s Fights”

Taylor Perline

Individual Exhibits:

1st place “John Glenn Orbits Earth”

Michael Anderson

2nd place “Battle of Dunkirk”

Gino Mileto

Group Exhibits:

2nd place “Salem Witch Trials”

Abby Schindell

Mackenzie Mastropietro

3rd place “Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire”

Lena Dunkerley

Gracie Bencetic

Harley Senek

Angelina Eusanio

Jaiden Evans

H Mention “ Lewis and Clark Expedition”

Mallory Greenamyer

Andrea Dull

Sidney Marenkovic

H Mention “The Johnstown Flood”

Maggie Lewis

Joella Coxson

Brooke Papini