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Nicolet College Holds High School Auto Competition

Students from five high schools recently competed in Nicolet College's High School Auto Competition in Rhinelander, WI.

Screen Shot 2016-05-05 at 8.33.29 AMStudents from five high schools recently competed in Nicolet College’s High School Auto Competition in Rhinelander, WI.

From the Star Journal website:

Students from five area high school recently participated in Nicolet College’s High School Auto Competition, testing their diagnostic and repair skills in the inaugural event held in the college’s high-tech Auto Lab.

Top individual honors went to Jed Everson, Rhinelander, first place; Lucas Price, Rhinelander, second place; and Tommy Olson, Crandon, third place. Overall team trophies went to Rhinelander, first place; Crandon, second place; and Mercer, third place.

Of all the skills training Nicolet offers in the trades, the auto field has undergone one of the more dramatic technological advancements over the past decade, said Jeff Labs, interim dean of Trade, Industry and Apprenticeships at Nicolet.

Click HERE to read the entire article about Nicolet College’s High School Auto Competition on the Star Journal website.

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