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Pennsylvania’s best bricklayer

The Pennsylvania regional winners, mason Phil Bachetti and mason tender Nick Bachetti.
Winning mason Phil Bachetti celebrating with his students from Williamson College of the Trades.
The Junior Spec Mix Bricklayer 500 winners, mason Ryan Fallon and mason tender Lamont Sudler.
Mason Phil Bachetti warming up before the start of the Pennsylvania regional series.

Mason Phil Bachetti, working with mason tender Nick Bachetti, his brother, laid 560 bricks in one hour, capturing last week’s Spec Mix Bricklayer 500 competition at Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers Local 1 training center, 2702 Black Lake Place.

The Bachetti brothers, of Williamson College of the Trades, beat out nine other regional teams, winning a shot to compete in the world championship in Las Vegas in January.

Teams were tasked with building the largest and best 26-foot-long brick wall they could, with as few errors as possible.

In addition to winning a free trip to the championship competition, the Bachetti brothers won $1,000 and other prizes.

Mason Ryan Fallon and mason tender Lamont Sudler, of Williamson, won the junior event with a brick count of 142, taking home $300 and a $150 gift certificate. ••

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