Huntington North High School student Brandon Satterthwaite placed first in the INTMA High School machining contest on Jan. 19. Satterthwaite’s prize package included $1,000 for the Huntington North Machines Trades class. Photo by Andre B. Laird.
Huntington North's Brandon Satterthwaite competed in the INTMA (Indiana National Tooling Machining Association) High School machining contest on Jan. 19.
Satterthwaite placed first overall out of 16 students and received $250 from Carbide, Cutting Tools, Abrasives Inc. of Indianapolis and $250 from S&J Precision Inc., of New Albany.
The prize money will be spent on tools.
The Huntington North Machine Trades class also received $1,000 for tools for the program for being the first place school.