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04 September 2019
STATE SUCCESS: Holy Trinity Lutheran College students proved their technological credentials at a Robocup Jr Victorian State Competition in Melbourne after winning two events.
Year-five student Cameron Maher won a rescue competition against 64 competitors and the year-six boys’ team, made up of Nirvan Suwal, Tom Urquhart and James Pfitzner, won a soccer competition against 47 teams to become state champions in their divisions.
College communication manager Alexandra Weller said the school’s 19 participating students were among 680 competitors, 264 teams and 62 organisations vying for a chance to progress to a national RoboCup Jr competition in Melbourne in October.
Pictured above are, back from left, Ethan Rudolph, technology teacher Adam Engert, Nirvan Suwal, Jacob Rudolph, Sophie Parish, Tom Urquhart, Jessica Flett, Rebekah Wundke, Zac Jorgensen, Cooper Mills, Thomas Brand, Lars Simmons and Regan Shaw; and front from left, James Pfitzner, Dara Heang, Stephanie Wundke, Annabelle Heal, Zara Nichols, Armani Scollary and Cameron Maher.
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