40 students from 12 Indiana high schools competed on Saturday, February 25, completing tasks in either the CNC or Manual Machining divisions.  We’re pleased to recognize the following students for their outstanding accomplishments:

First Place-Interview-Kellan Beesley, Martinsville High School, Martinsville

First Place-Manual Machining-Cameron Oswald, Huntington North High School, Huntington

First Place-CNC-Noah Junga, Prosser Career Education Center, New Albany

Second Place-Manual Machining-Brendan Pempek-Ricard, Lowell High School, Lowell

Second Place-CNC-Evan McGuire, Area 31 Career Center, Indianapolis

Third Place-Manual Machining-Asher Lamb, C4 Columbus Area Career Connection, Columbus

Third Place-CNC-Braxton Tharp, Huntington North High School, Huntington

Winning students took home prize packages worth almost $10,000, thanks in large part to the support of our sponsors.  We recognize the following companies for their support of this year’s competition:

  • Overton Industries
  • Major Tool & Machine
  • HAAS Factory Outlet 
  • Boyer Machine & Tool
  • Vista Metals
  • Circle City Heat Treating
  • Wirecut Technologies
  • Allied Automation
  • FANUC and Aidex
  • Schaefer Technologies
  • Endress+Hauser
  • Apex Tool & Manufacturing
  • Haggard & Stocking

We also thank Ivy Tech Community College’s Machine Tool Technology Department for hosting this year’s competition, and Vincennes University for providing scholarships to winning students.