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TechBrick at the Maryland State FIRST LEGO League Championship, January 26, 2008 at UMBC, Baltimore, Maryland

Read the Article About the Tournament by Mike McManus See the highlights below then explore the three photo albums and video from the navigation at the right.
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Click on the arrow to hear the WRBS Interview with Marco and Jamie
 

What a great day! Our team of veterans and rookies pulled out all the stops and and provide a well-rounded and complete presentation including the single highest ever score for a single run of 370 out of 400.

The presentation went flawlessly, the technical presentation garnered a call-back and and an award. 

The teamwork interview was great fun.

At the tables they battled way up through 70 teams to the top 8 and then the top 4. Again, our best finish ever.

TechBrick placed in the top 4 and won first place in the Innovative Design Category

Highlights of the Day

Amy won the Young Adult Mentor award for mentors under 21 years of age.

 


Amy Ciavolino, 2008 Young Adult Mentor, with Jamie Gurganas, Tournament Director

What a rewarding day to see all the hard work result in recognition and encouragement.
 
We met the Chick Filet cow and got him to wear a TechBrick Hat!
 
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