Williamson students won six gold medals and one silver medal in SkillsUSA State competitions in Hershey recently.
Nathan Case 2W3, Creed Norris 2W4, and Ian Hampton 2W3, all machine tool technology students, won gold in automated manufacturing technology; Gideon Cyr 2W3, a carpentry student, won gold in carpentry; Aaron Tallman 2W2, a machine tool technology student, won gold in computerized numerical control (CNC) technician; Ryan Fallon 2W3, a masonry student, won gold in masonry; Nick Mniecznikowski 2W3, a machine tool technology student, won gold in precision machining; and Scott Wiltshire 2W3, a carpentry student, won silver in cabinetry.
Peter Zwolak 0W7, SkillsUSA advisor and director of construction technology-masonry, said “I am so proud of these gentlemen. Our students represented Williamson very well with their behavior and demonstration of their skills. They competed against the best of the best from across the state and did extremely well. I’m looking forward to seeing them represent Williamson at nationals this summer.”
All first-place winners will compete at nationals from June 20-24 in Atlanta, GA.