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Students Compete In Welding Tournament
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Tuesday, January 29, 2019
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The Americus-Sumter High SkillsUSA welding team recently traveled to Moultrie to compete in the "Georgia Skills Challenge," a regional event where students display their skills in various technical trades. Twenty area high schools participated in the competition with more than 250 students performing various tasks in six categories: carpentry, plumbing, electrical, blueprint reading, masonry, and welding. The Americus-Sumter High team focused on welding, with all six ASHS students competing. Representing ASHS were: Caleb Beamon, Isaac Saint, Jack Hodges, Anna Saint, Caleb Wilson, and Nathan Terry--with two earning top ten finishes: Nathan Terry and Isaac Saint. Each student to compete received a $500 scholarship to Tulsa Welding School; Terry and Saint each earned an additional $500 plus a welding helmet and a pair of safety glasses. The team was accompanied to Moultrie by two adults: automotive instructor Fred Mohl, and welding instructor Thomas Sumner. 

Photo 1: Left to right in front: Fred Mohl, Jack Hodges, Caleb Beamon, Anna Saint, Thomas Sumner. Rear, from left: Nathan Terry, Isaac Saint, Caleb Wilson.

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