Patrick Duran, left, Angel Volovar and Hunter Isaac, of the Signing Paws team from the North Carolina School for the Deaf, in light green shirts use their robot to build a Skyline section. Blocks placed on a section they build scores four points instead of the two for building on a fixed poles. This was the first year the North Carolina School for the Deaf competed and one of its teams was on the runner-up alliance.
Patrick Duran, left, Angel Volovar and Hunter Isaac, of the Signing Paws team from the North Carolina School for the Deaf, in light green shirts use their robot to build a Skyline section. Blocks placed on a section they build scores four points instead of the two for building on a fixed poles. This was the first year the North Carolina School for the Deaf competed and one of its teams was on the runner-up alliance. MARTY PRICE MARTY PRICE
Patrick Duran, left, Angel Volovar and Hunter Isaac, of the Signing Paws team from the North Carolina School for the Deaf, in light green shirts use their robot to build a Skyline section. Blocks placed on a section they build scores four points instead of the two for building on a fixed poles. This was the first year the North Carolina School for the Deaf competed and one of its teams was on the runner-up alliance. MARTY PRICE MARTY PRICE

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