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Craver Students Explore Technology
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Photo by Gene Padilla
Members of the Craver Middle School Technology Student Association who recently attended the Regional and State tournament:Left to Right: Markus Anilin, Schon Moore, Xaden Ehrlich, Josh Garner, Jacey Goldberg (elementary student), Nathan Fox, Clarissa Peterson.
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Six members of the Craver Middle School Technology Student Association (TSA) attended the Regional Tournament in January held at Pueblo County High School which was put on by the School of Engineering and Biomedical sciences (SEBS).

“This is the initial year for Craver Middle School to be a part of the event so attendance helped lay the groundwork for future growth and interest,” said Principal Gene Padilla, who along with George Pigg is the faculty sponsors for the group.

Competition at the Regional’s’ included CO2 Dragsters, Underwater Robotics, LEGO Robotics, Structural design, CAD, Mouse Trap cars, Catapult, Crash Car and many other competitions. The Craver students competed in the CO2 dragsters, Under water ROV and the Crash car. The intent of the crash car was to keep the egg inside safe, the team was made up of a middle school and elementary student. In the CO2 dragster competition Xaden Erhlich won the racing component of the dragster but came in fourth overall. More than 30 cars raced at the regional event.

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