Baldwin High School senior Cy Yoshizu placed second at the 48th annual SkillsUSA Hawai‘i 2012 Carpentry Championships, building this 4-foot-by-8-foot structure. Competitors had eight hours to build the structure, working off of blueprint plans. Participants were judged on assembly according to plans, accuracy of cuts, operation of tools, best use of material and general safety. The competition was held on Feb. 22 at Woodcraft of Hawai‘i in Kalihi, Oahu. Yoshizu is a student of Baldwin High School’s Construction Academy under the direction of Gary Suter and Steve Johnson of the University of Hawaii Maui College.