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AHS Robotics Team headed home

AHS Robotics Team headed home

The Anacortes High School robotics team wound up an exciting four days at the World Championships in St. Louis, Mo. and headed home on Sunday after failing to reach the quarter finals. They qualified for worlds in 22nd place out of 154 teams from Wash. and Ore.

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