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Auto class fifth at Weber

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Emery High Auto Class finished fifth overall at this year's Weber State auto competition. Fourteen students took the written test to help the team qualify for the hands-on portion of the competition. Andy Sitterud and Joe Bennett represented the school in the hands-on portion of the competition with Booker Erickson as the alternate.

Andy and Joe score 73 out of a possible 100 points to take fifth overall; the winning school scored 76.1. Andy and Joe won Snap-On tool carts for their efforts. Weber competition has more than 600 students and 50-60 schools participating from a six state area.

Emery's team placed second in their first contest and now fifth, their efforts are showing . "We have the Ford/AAA contest and the SUU contest yet to compete in and hope their enthusiasm keeps up," said Mike Kava.

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