Newport robotics team to compete at world championship

AIR Strike robotics team
STUDENT COMPETITORS of Newport's AIR Strike robotics team attend to their 120-pound robot. AIR Strike, comprised of 24 students from 10 high schools in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, will compete in the FIRST Robotics Competition World Championship in St. Louis, Mo., April 26-29. / COURTESY AQUIDNECK ISLAND ROBOTICS INC.
NEWPORT – AIR Strike, a competitive robotics team of 24 high school students from 10 high schools across Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts, ranked eighth out of 196 teams in the New England FIRST Robotics Competition and has qualified to compete at the FRC World Championship in St. Louis, Mo., at the end of the…

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