WHS Student Devin Hollars Takes First Place in State SkillsUSA Carpentry Competition

Published Monday, May 9, 2016 at 9:14 am
Dr. Elliott is shown with Watauga High School student Devin Hollars, first place winner of the state level SkillsUSA carpentry competition.

Dr. Elliott is shown with Watauga High School student Devin Hollars, first place winner of the state level SkillsUSA carpentry competition.

Watauga High School student Devin Hollars won first place in the state level SkillsUSA carpentry competition, which had a field of 40 tough competitors.

Jason Matthews, carpentry teacher at the high school, remarked that that Hollars “exemplified tremendous skill and patience in a very high pressure and intense competition.”

Hollars will now go to Louisville, Ky. in June to represent the high school and North Carolina in the National Carpentry Competition.

Hollars is one of a number of WHS students that won recognition in state level career and technical education competitions this spring.

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