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Teen mechanics place second in skills contest

Jun 1, 2012 By Emily Etheredge, Staff Writer

When friends and classmates Carl Booth and Matt Johnson get together, they bond over Russian accents and an appreciation of cars. That appreciation led to ...


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Riverton High School students Carl Booth, left, and Matt Johnson placed second in the 2012 Ford and AAA State Auto Skills Competition in Cheyenne. The students won more than $20,000 each in scholarships. Photo by Emily Etheredge

Riverton High School students Carl Booth, left, and Matt Johnson placed second in the 2012 Ford and AAA State Auto Skills Competition in Cheyenne. The students won more than $20,000 each in scholarships. Photo by Emily Etheredge


Riverton High School students Carl Booth, left, and Matt Johnson placed second in the 2012 Ford and AAA State Auto Skills Competition in Cheyenne. The students won more than $20,000 each in scholarships. Photo by Emily Etheredge

Riverton High School students Carl Booth, left, and Matt Johnson placed second in the 2012 Ford and AAA State Auto Skills Competition in Cheyenne. The students won more than $20,000 each in scholarships. Photo by Emily Etheredge

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