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Scene at Dulaney: STEM students win


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Junior Raymond Zou tests his robot during routine practice at the Robotics Club meeting in room 236 Feb. 28 in preparation for the state competition March 3 and March 4. His was one of six of the school’s teams competing in the event, which included 60 teams total. He and the other members of VEX robotics team 1727G—junior Josh Lim, sophomore Beulah Lee and freshmen Samuel Wu, Ben Yin and Cindy Jia will compete in the VEX Worlds 2017 competition April 19 through 22 in Louisville, Ky. In the meantime, the team is working on redesigning their robot and building game strategy, Zou said. “There is a lot of game strategy involved in Robotics. You can have a well-built robot, but without game strategy, you won’t win. If you have a mediocre robot, but good strategy, you have a stronger chance to win,” said Zou.

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