Whale Branch Middle School eight graders Aaron Page, left, and Allie Rogers, right, team Orcas, along with other Beaufort County School District teams, utilize the practice field to make some last minute adjustments to their robots before entering the competitive field during a robotics tournament at Whale Branch Early College High School on October 25, 2014.  Students design and build remotely programmed robots to perform a specific set of tasks during a timed competition against other teams. After elimination rounds, one team eventually emerges as the winner.
Whale Branch Middle School eight graders Aaron Page, left, and Allie Rogers, right, team Orcas, along with other Beaufort County School District teams, utilize the practice field to make some last minute adjustments to their robots before entering the competitive field during a robotics tournament at Whale Branch Early College High School on October 25, 2014. Students design and build remotely programmed robots to perform a specific set of tasks during a timed competition against other teams. After elimination rounds, one team eventually emerges as the winner. Theophil Syslo
Whale Branch Middle School eight graders Aaron Page, left, and Allie Rogers, right, team Orcas, along with other Beaufort County School District teams, utilize the practice field to make some last minute adjustments to their robots before entering the competitive field during a robotics tournament at Whale Branch Early College High School on October 25, 2014. Students design and build remotely programmed robots to perform a specific set of tasks during a timed competition against other teams. After elimination rounds, one team eventually emerges as the winner. Theophil Syslo

Robotics tournament hits Whale Branch Early College High School

October 25, 2014 5:45 PM

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