2012-03-06 / Lifestyles

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Lampasas High School student David Henry Straley competed in two major shows in Ag Mechanics contests. At San Angelo, he placed first with a hay accumulator he designed and built as part of his FFA project program, earning him a Blue Division ranking. David Henry also finished second overall at the San Antonio Livestock Show & Rodeo contest. The LHS student received ag equipment as part of the awards ceremony. In addition, he won the first round of the Tulsa Welding School's "Fastest Torch" competition which showcases a student's ability to cut with an oxy-acetylene torch. He is the son of Robert and Alicia Straley. Lampasas High School student David Henry Straley competed in two major shows in Ag Mechanics contests. At San Angelo, he placed first with a hay accumulator he designed and built as part of his FFA project program, earning him a Blue Division ranking. David Henry also finished second overall at the San Antonio Livestock Show & Rodeo contest. The LHS student received ag equipment as part of the awards ceremony. In addition, he won the first round of the Tulsa Welding School's "Fastest Torch" competition which showcases a student's ability to cut with an oxy-acetylene torch. He is the son of Robert and Alicia Straley.

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