Southwest Colorado students test hands-on skills

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Southwest Colorado students test hands-on skills

More than 30 participate in SkillsUSA competition
Mikhael Hageman, left, a senior at Bayfield High School, and BHS freshman John Foutz compete in the SkillsUSA cabinetmaking category Friday at Durango High School. Students showcased their skills in numerous areas, including carpentry, computer programming and crime scene investigation.
Carol Cardwell of Cardwell Aukerman Photography in Durango judges Tanner Peart, a junior at Pagosa Springs High School, in the photography category of the SkillsUSA competition.
Kaleb Koerner, right, a senior at Bayfield High School, constructs a wall panel during the SkillsUSA competition.
Dylan Burress, a junior at Bayfield High School, works in the cabinetmaking category of SkillsUSA competition Friday at Durango High School.
Maison Hessman, a senior at Pagosa Springs High School, competes in the photography category.

Southwest Colorado students test hands-on skills

Mikhael Hageman, left, a senior at Bayfield High School, and BHS freshman John Foutz compete in the SkillsUSA cabinetmaking category Friday at Durango High School. Students showcased their skills in numerous areas, including carpentry, computer programming and crime scene investigation.
Carol Cardwell of Cardwell Aukerman Photography in Durango judges Tanner Peart, a junior at Pagosa Springs High School, in the photography category of the SkillsUSA competition.
Kaleb Koerner, right, a senior at Bayfield High School, constructs a wall panel during the SkillsUSA competition.
Dylan Burress, a junior at Bayfield High School, works in the cabinetmaking category of SkillsUSA competition Friday at Durango High School.
Maison Hessman, a senior at Pagosa Springs High School, competes in the photography category.
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