Hunter High automotive team takes 2nd place at state Auto Skills competition

Is your auto mechanic certified? Does he or she have the skills to successfully diagnosis why your automobile isn’t working?

You’ll be relived to hear that the future of auto service is in good hands.

Aspiring technicians from across the state, including a team from Hunter High School, gathered to test their automotive capabilities in the Ford/AAA Auto Skills Competition.

Students from nine high schools and one applied technology college took part in the competition at Salt Lake Community College’s Miller Campus. Participants had to diagnose and fix car “bugs” in a ninety-minute time frame.

The team from Hunter High – Wesley Deyoung and Jacob Simper with instructor Matt Proctor – took 2nd place in the competition.

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