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Finding success in robotics: Extension of high school program reaches younger students

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Posted: Saturday, December 29, 2012 12:00 am

After the Basin-wide KB Bots FIRST Robotics team finished as All-Star Rookies in the Northwest and went on to the world’s competition in St. Louis last spring, the program has expanded to find success in younger robotics enthusiasts.

On Dec. 15, two teams of 10- to 13-year-olds from around the Klamath Basin competed in the southern Oregon FIRST Lego League qualifying tournament in Grants Pass. One team, the Klamath Coyotes, took first place at the regional competition, sending them on to the state competition in January. The other team, the Twisters, came home with two trophies to its name.

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