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Iron Braves take 3rd in state Robotics competition

Mt. Edgecumbe students Gusty Akelkok (l) and Nick Bouker (r) prep their robot for the state meet. (MEHS photo/Mark Nance)

Mt. Edgecumbe students Gusty Akelkok (l) and Nick Bouker (r) prep their robot for the state meet. (MEHS photo/Mark Nance)


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Mt. Edgecumbe student Nick Bouker is a junior from Dillingham, and team captain of the Iron Braves, one of two MEHS Robotics teams to compete at state earlier this month. The Iron Braves and Titanium Braves took 3rd and 4th place. With Robotics teacher Mark Nance.

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