NIC, KTEC students take home SkillsUSA Idaho medals

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Courtesy photo Medalists and instructors from the Idaho SkillsUSA competition, pictured in front of the Parker Technical Education Center. From left: Jake Howland, Jesse Olsen, NIC HVAC instructor Sean Sater, NIC Collision Repair instructor Cal DeHaas, Matt Etherton, Mike Huber and KTEC Collision Repair instructor Andy Rogge.

Students from North Idaho College and Kootenai Technical Education Campus recently won several medals in two SkillsUSA Idaho competitions.

The Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning competition was held at Lewis-Clark State College and the Collision Repair competition was held at the College of Western Idaho, in Nampa.

Two NIC students from Bonners Ferry both placed in the HVAC competition. Jesse Olsen won a gold medal and Jake Howland won bronze.

In the collision repair competition, gold was awarded to Matt Etherton, a KTEC student from Post Falls and bronze went to Mike Huber, an NIC student from Plummer.

With their gold medals, Olsen and Etherton both earned a trip to the SkillsUSA Nationals in Louisville, Ky., June 24-28.

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