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Marlborough students attend Orlando, Fla. competition

(Front row l to r) MHS business/information technology teacher and BPA advisor Sharon Mattingly, Kayleigh Parravicini, Jamie Zompa, Katie Godere, Bishaka Bhattarai, Natasha Peltak, Nicole Zouharis. (Back row l to r) David Dorsey, Alay Patel, Russell Giordano, Chelsey Trombetta, Colleen Anderson, and MHS business/information technology teacher and BPA advisor Jayne Haley. (Photo/submitted)

(Front row l to r) MHS business/information technology teacher and BPA advisor Sharon Mattingly, Kayleigh Parravicini, Jamie Zompa, Katie Godere, Bishaka Bhattarai, Natasha Peltak, Nicole Zouharis. (Back row l to r) David Dorsey, Alay Patel, Russell Giordano, Chelsey Trombetta, Colleen Anderson, and MHS business/information technology teacher and BPA advisor Jayne Haley. (Photo/submitted)

Marlborough – Students of the Marlborough High School Business Professionals of America (BPA) team attended the BPA National Competition in Orlando, Fla., May 6-10. The team competed against 6,000 students from across the country and performed very well, with MHS junior Chelsey Trombetta winning eighth place in the business category, entrepreneurship.

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