Safe driving prizes awarded
J.T. Horwat, a student at Penns Manor High School, won the top prize, a $1,000 scholarship, during the Armstrong-Indiana Teen Safe Driving Competition at Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Highway Safety Center on April 16.
Local high school students competed for approximately $2,000 in scholarships, medals and prizes at the event. Adam Tatsak, a student at Ford City High School took second place, a $500 scholarship.
Tyler Delancy, also a student at Ford City High School, garnered the third -place prize, a $250 scholarship.
Horwat and Tatsak are eligible to compete for $8,000 in scholarships at the Pennsylvania Motor Trucking Association’s Pennsylvania Safe Driving Competition for Youth at Camp Hill on May 13.
[PHOTO: The winners in last week’s safe driving competition were, from left in front, J.T. Horwat, of Penns Manor, and Adam Tatsak and Tyler Delancy, of Ford City. In the back, from left, were state Trooper John Matchik, Indiana County Sheriff Robert Fyock and Armstrong County Sheriff William Rupert. (Submitted photo)]