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Robotics teams compete at regionals

(From left) Two Harbors students Kristin Haveri, Navah Swoverland and Tina Swartwood react to their robot during a match at the FIRST Robotics Northern Lights Regional March 3 at the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center. (News-Chronicle photo by Adelle Whitefoot)1 / 5
The Mariner Team robot begins to climb during a match at the FIRST Robotics Northern Lights Regional March 3 at the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center. (News-Chronicle photo by Adelle Whitefoot)2 / 5
Silver Bay's Al Robertsen works on the Mariner robot in the pit area at the FIRST Robotics Northern Lights Regional March 3 at the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center. (News-Chronicle photo by Adelle Whitefoot)3 / 5
Silver Bay's Gunnar Frahm looks at a computer before match at the FIRST Robotics Northern Lights Regional March 3 at the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center. (News-Chronicle photo by Adelle Whitefoot)4 / 5
The Two Harbors Rock Solid Robotics Team's robot accepts a gear from an alliance team member during a match March 3 at the FIRST Robotics Northern Lights Regional at the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center. (News-Chronicle photo by Adelle Whitefoot)5 / 5

The Two Harbors and Silver Bay robotics teams competed at the FIRST Robotics Northern Lights Regional March 3 at the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center.

Two Harbors' team Rock Solid Robotics finished 40th with a record of 3-5-0 in the regional. Mariner Robotics finished 45th with a record of 3-5-0 as well, but will also be competing March 22-25 at the Iowa Regionals. Neither team was picked for an alliance during the quarterfinals.

Here are a few pictures from the Duluth regional.

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