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Burrillville High's robotic dynasty keeps growing

February 13, 2014

BURRILLVILLE — For the eighth consecutive year, the Burrillville High
School robotics team has won the state robotics championship and will move on to the Eastern Super-Regional Championship in York, Penn., where they will compete for a berth in the World Championship in St. Louis in April.

Known as Team 154 Renegade, the Burrillville students were among 300 representing 32 schools from around the state who competed in the eighth annual FIRST Tech Challenge last Saturday at the New England Institute of Technology in Warwick.

The Burrillville team this year includes students Jeremie Harnois, Roberto Villatoro, Jared Rondeau, Aidan Sylvester, Liam Raithel, Nick Wattendorf, Joe Aubin, Andrew Godfrin, Troy Pratt and Austin St. Pierre.

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