Brian Ehly 2W0, power plant technology, deserves a pat on the back for winning a silver medal in the plumbing competition at the SkillsUSA national competition in Louisville, KY.
Other Williamson students who competed were:
CNC Milling – Isaac Eshenour 1W9, Machine Tool Technology
Masonry – Joshua Speakman 1W9, Construction Technology-Masonry
Pete Zwolak 0W7, SkillsUSA advisor, said “SkillsUSA is where the best of the best in the entire country at the high school and postsecondary level, come together to see who is the best at their respective trade. We are honored to have several students compete each year. The three young men who competed this year did an excellent job and represented Williamson well. They showed a great level of skill and acted like gentlemen all week. They not only had a great time, but were able to do some valuable networking.”
President Michael Rounds stopped by to watch the competitions and Dan Hiltebeitel, former Williamson masonry instructor, was there as a masonry judge.