By Chelsi Baker
Times West Virginian
FAIRMONT, W.Va. — After winning a bronze medal at the state level, the Pierpont culinary team will move on to compete in the American Culinary Foundation’s Northeast Regional Conference in April.
The Pierpont culinary team was prepared to compete in the American Culinary Federation’s West Virginia Hot Foods Competition against two other teams from the state for a chance in the regional competition in Providence, R.I.
However, it ended up winning by default. The competing teams were forced to forfeit the competition, leaving Pierpont to claim the spot…