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HCS Week in Review January 20-25, 2020

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The Huskies had one basketball game this week on the road against High Plains in Polk. Due to the weather forecast, the games were moved up a bit in time, but the crowds still showed up to cheer. Livestreaming was available through http://striv.tv for those who chose not to brave the streets or were home for other reasons. Both girls and boys won easily over the High Plains Storm. The girls won 40-25, and the boys scored an easy 70-31.
The York News Times highlighted the Huskie boys’ fourth straight win in a row.

Photos courtesy of Cara Kroeker

Cassidy Siebert shoots for two
Trajan Arbuck shoots two
Kale Wetjen looks to pass
Jake Regier gets off a shot
Jared Nunnenkamp

On Saturday, the 18 member Robotics Team traveled to Ravenna to compete in a Robotics Tournament. The results of the Ravenna Vex Robot competition are as follows:

Team Paranoid Android consisting of Aaron Goertzen, Wyatt Panko, Cooper Regier, and Dawson Ohrt finished ranked 11th with a record of 5-4.

Team Robo Ruckus consisting of Tobin Glinsmann, Heath Perez, Tyler Lewis, and Eli Hiebner finished 14th with a record of 3-4-1.

Team Motorhead consisting of Alex Goertzen, Harmon Perez, Owen Mierau, and John Edelman finished 20th with a record of 3-6.

Team Error 423 consisting of Lauren Quiring, Timberly Carr, Odessa Ohrt, Kaelyn Buller, and Taylynn Scheil finished 26th with a record of 1-6-1. This team also won the Judges Award for their organization, documentation, and record keeping in their Engineering Notebook.

Robotics photos courtesy of Mr. Marc Regier

Lauren Quiring, Timberly Carr, and Kaelyn Buller accept their team’s award
Dawson Ohrt, Aaron Goertzen, and Weston Panko try their skill with their robot
Timberly Carr, Kaelyn Buller, and Lauren Quiring cheer on their teammates
Owen Mierau, Alex Goertzen, and Harmon Perez operate their robot

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