Revved up at the Piston Power show


Shown at the I-X Piston Power Show are students Tyler Yarsky of Columbia, Tyler Smith of Firelands, Gyle Sines of Wellington, and Greg Ford of Keystone.


Ben Huston of Amherst and Thomas Summers of North Ridgeville are pictured with the second place pedal car that was auctioned off for more than $700 at the I-X Piston Power Show.


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Students from the Lorain County JVS auto technology program recently competed at the I-X Piston Power Show at the I-X Center in Cleveland. Tyler Yarsky and Greg Ford beat out 16 other teams and were awarded more than $5,000 in scholarships from the Ohio Technical College and Snap-On Tools. In our newspapers’ coverage areas, Tyler Smith of Firelands and and Gyle Sines of Wellington were on the top finishing Ohio team in the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge. Auto technology and collision repair students also took first place in the pedal car building competition. The car they built was auctioned off for almost $725, with the funds going to support their career-technical program.

Shown at the I-X Piston Power Show are students Tyler Yarsky of Columbia, Tyler Smith of Firelands, Gyle Sines of Wellington, and Greg Ford of Keystone.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2016/04/web1_AT-O-XPiston-Power-Show.jpgShown at the I-X Piston Power Show are students Tyler Yarsky of Columbia, Tyler Smith of Firelands, Gyle Sines of Wellington, and Greg Ford of Keystone.

Ben Huston of Amherst and Thomas Summers of North Ridgeville are pictured with the second place pedal car that was auctioned off for more than $700 at the I-X Piston Power Show.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2016/04/web1_At-Pedal-Car.jpgBen Huston of Amherst and Thomas Summers of North Ridgeville are pictured with the second place pedal car that was auctioned off for more than $700 at the I-X Piston Power Show.