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Robotics champions

PHOTO SUBMITTED / The Brookhaven Academy Robotics team finished second place overall, third in the robot category at the Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology Robotics competition at Mississippi State University on Oct. 18. The team will be going to “South’s Best Regionals” at Auburn University on Dec. 6. Judges said the reason BA won the teamwork award is because the “BEST” workers observed the teams all weekend to see how they interact and how they solve problems. The BA Robotics team includes (front row, from left) Jaden Clark, Macey Lea, Julianna Mills, Missy Clanton, Anna Narang, Renee Kakadia, Taylor Sanford, Erin Farmer, Bailey Stewart, Dawson Zumbro; (back row) Kaitlyn Bass, Brye Foster, Kolby Oglesby, Grayson Devito, Jacob Wiggins, Fisher Warren, Brantley Bell, Will Campbell, Kyle Cupit, Grayson Anding and Carter Culbertson. Not pictured: Lucie LeBlanc.

PHOTO SUBMITTED / The Brookhaven Academy Robotics team finished second place overall, third in the robot category at the Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology Robotics competition at Mississippi State University on Oct. 18. The team will be going to “South’s Best Regionals” at Auburn University on Dec. 6. Judges said the reason BA won the teamwork award is because the “BEST” workers observed the teams all weekend to see how they interact and how they solve problems. The BA Robotics team includes (front row, from left) Jaden Clark, Macey Lea, Julianna Mills, Missy Clanton, Anna Narang, Renee Kakadia, Taylor Sanford, Erin Farmer, Bailey Stewart, Dawson Zumbro; (back row) Kaitlyn Bass, Brye Foster, Kolby Oglesby, Grayson Devito, Jacob Wiggins, Fisher Warren, Brantley Bell, Will Campbell, Kyle Cupit, Grayson Anding and Carter Culbertson. Not pictured: Lucie LeBlanc.