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Trojan robotics team at Minneapolis event

WORTHINGTON -- The Worthington Trojans robotics team will continue competing today at the Minnesota 10,000 Lakes Medtronic Regional First Robotics Event in Minneapolis.

WORTHINGTON - The Worthington Trojans robotics team will continue competing today at the Minnesota 10,000 Lakes Medtronic Regional First Robotics Event in Minneapolis.

The robotics team, which began competing at the event on Friday, is coached by Duane Hansen and Brenda Paulzine. Students who have traveled to Minneapolis for the competition include Bryan Ramirez, Michael Schneider, Logan Immens, Bryce Olsen, Sergio Granadas, Casey Michaelson, Abigail Bannor, Lara Haack and Emma Hansen.

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