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Thunder Mountain High School freshman Michael Lohrey works on the robot "Wilson Jr." The robot is named after its creator, TMHS senior Wilson Suzuki. The Juneau High School was one of eight schools to participate in the Bowled Over Robotics Regionals, held at Mt. Edgecumbe High School's B.J. McGillis gymnasium. (KCAW photo/Ed Ronco)

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