Christian Kluttz, an apprentice with Huntley Brothers Company, is the Champion of the 2022 NCMCA Annual Samuel A. McGee Memorial Masonry Apprentice Skills Contest and takes home the “David R. Sigmon” award for his first-place finish. The contest took place May 21st at the Adams/Oldcastle® facility in Colfax.
The 2022 NCMCA Annual Samuel A. McGee Memorial Masonry Apprentice Skills Contest is in the books. Pictured, top, left to right, NCMCA President-Elect and Contest Chairman Cliff McGee; Fifth Place finisher Cam Hill, McGee Brothers Company; Fourth Place finisher Mason Saunders, Huntley Brothers Company; Third Place finisher Colson Childers, Griffin Masonry; Second Place finisher Cade Huntley, Huntley Brothers Company; 2022 Champion and “David R. Sigmon” Award winner Christian Kluttz, Huntley Brothers Company; and NCMCA President Bo Black. Bottom, left to right, Tenth Place, Joshua Queen, McGee Brothers Company; Avina Rodriguez, Manning Masonry, Ninth Place; Leonard Oconnor, Harrington Masonry, Eighth Place; Carter McGee, Seventh Place, and Grant Haney Sixth Place, both of McGee Brothers Company. Nicholas Sloop, Harrington Masonry, finished “first” in the first-year apprentice division (not pictured.) Fifty apprentices from thirteen NCMCA member firms participated in the competition hosted by Adams, an Oldcastle® company at their Colfax manufacturing facility Saturday, May 21st. The 2023 competition is set for Saturday, May 20, 2023, at EastWest Products in Kinston. CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL EVENT PICTURES
Anderson Pruett of West Rowan High School is the Champion of the National SkillsUSA High School Masonry Contest for 2022. Pruett’s win makes North Carolina’s 39th National Masonry Gold Medal and brings the total medal count for North Carolina to 56, including 15 “Silver” and two “Bronze.” The masonry competition was part of the 58th Annual SkillsUSA National Leadership & Skills Conference held in Atlanta in June. Pictured left to right, Bronze Medalist Ross Nye of Ohio, Gold Medalist Anderson Pruett of North Carolina, and Silver Medalist Samuel Berryman of Pennsylvania. NCMCA’s Ryan Shaver co-chairs the SkillsUSA National Masonry Contest Committee along with Mason Contractors Association of America (MCAA) President Jeff Buczkiewicz. West Rowan High School Masonry Instructor Rodney Harrington, whose students hold three other National Gold Medals, accompanied Pruett for the Atlanta event. Photo courtesy of Rodney Harrington.
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