Wyatt Childress Takes First Place In Makerfest Auto Repair Competition
Wyatt Childress, a senior in Tri Star's Automotive Technology program, took first place in the Automotive Repair Competition at Makerfest in Lima, Ohio. He won a $1000 scholarship to UNOH and an impact drill from Snap-On for his efforts.
The auto repair competition, one of several Makerfest competitions, was held October 18th at Apollo Career Center and consisted of five different automotive repair tasks that had to be completed within three hours. Scores were determined based on accuracy, quality of the work performed, and completeness.
Wyatt is from New Knoxville and his Tri Star auto instructor is Jim Dorsten.
Way to go Wyatt! Wyatt is pictured with his prizes.