Orscheln Farm and Home Supply Store in Manhattan hosted a welding competition that was open to all area high schools to enter their welding skills for a given weld criteria in Arc (SMAC) and Gas (GMAW). The students listed below are from Mr. Whearty's Agricultural Mechanics class entered welding skills that were delivered to compete for awards. All participants were awarded a medal and the top 3 places earned an auto darkening welding helmet and a plaque. Magnet parts and tool trays were awarded to 4th, 5th, and 6th place individuals. All judging and awards were sponsored by Caterpillar. Congratulations to each of these individuals that earned awards and recognition for competing with their welding skills.
Mac Rogers 1st
Tate Wickstrum 2nd
Brett Halstead 3rd
Tyler Lindell 4th
Luke Richard 5th
President Bohnenblust recognized Riley County High School students for their wrestling achievements by giving them a certificate from the Board of Education!
Sunny O'Leary - 3rd
Luke Richard - 3rd @ 126
Mikey Waggoner - 2nd @ 170
Wes March and Clay Reed qualified for state
Overall the team placed 7th
Jennifer and Dash Hancock presented Janeil Sullivan with the 2017 Kansas Society of Professional Engineers Tri Valley Chapter Outstanding Teacher Award. Congratulations Mrs. Sullivan!
President Bohnenblust recognized the Riley County Girls Basketball team for their sub-state and state basketball achievements by giving them a certificate from the Board of Education!