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Students from Bolton High and Collierville High Were Top Teams at Tennessee Ford/AAA Autoskills Competition

Bolton High School’s Michael Morra and Tim Stewart will represent Tennessee at the national Ford/AAA Autoskills competition in Michigan in June.

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Below is the article as it appeared on the WMCTV.com website.
 
Student mechanics from Bolton, Collierville are Tennessee’s best
 
by Jeramia Trotter, WMCTV.com
Thursday, May 10th, 2012
 
Student mechanics from Bolton High and Collierville High were the top two teams in the 63rd annualTennessee Ford/AAA Autoskills competition. Michael Morra and Tim Stewart of Bolton won first place, and Brian Ritchie and Billy Rainey of Collierville placed second.

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The Ford/AAA Autoskills competition is a nation-wide automotive technology challenge that brings together the best of the country’s future automotive technicians. At the state finals, student teams raced against the clock to correctly diagnose and repair deliberately “bugged” Ford vehicles. The Bolton and Collierville teams were the only two to find and repair all 10 of the intentionally installed electrical and mechanical “bugs” on their 2012 model Ford Fusions, earning them thousands of dollars in college scholarships and new tools.

 
To read the entire article on the WMCTV.com website, click HERE.

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