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2018 Colquitt County High School Welding Competition

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Scenes from and information about the 2018 Welding Competition, sponsored primarily by Tulsa Welding School of Jacksonville, held at Colquitt County High School March 2, 2018

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2018 Colquitt County High School Welding Competition

  1. 1. 2018 CCHS Welding Competition Primary Sponsor: Tulsa Welding School, Jacksonville, FL
  2. 2. 63 Students from 7 Schools Participated • Entrants are required to create lap, butt, and T-welds using the gas metal art welding and shielding metal art welding processes. • Entrants are scored on their ability to read a blueprint, measure, the appearance of their weld bead, clean up, and adherence to safety procedures. • A written exam is administered to all students to be used as a tiebreaker if necessary. • Each participant received a $500 scholarship to Tulsa Welding School.
  3. 3. Fox News Coverage of the Event
  4. 4. Tony Dues of Tulsa Welding School
  5. 5. Welding Instructor Jeff Cooper is happy to show off the prizes waiting in his office
  6. 6. Students relax playing corn hole while waiting for results
  7. 7. The Winners: • 6th Jarrod Harrell of Thomas County Central • 5th Davin Harper of Wiregrass • 4th Daniel Rocha of Colquitt County High School • 3rd Jose Moreno of Colquitt County High School (25% scholarship to Tulsa Welding School in Jacksonville) • 2nd Efrain Gonzalez of Colquitt County High School (50% scholarship to Tulsa Welding School in Jacksonville) • 1st Jesus Gonzalez of Colquitt County High School (100% Scholarship to Tulsa Welding School in Jacksonville)

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