Blueberry Pi teammates Rex Wright, right, and Nate Shelton, both Richland sixth-graders, react as their Lego robot moves through the “Trash Trek” challenge course Saturday during the FIRST LEGO League Tri-Cities regional tournament at Chief Joseph Middle School in Richland. More than 300 local students competed in the 10th annual tournament. Teams spent the last few months programing a Lego robot to solve the challenge of cleaning up trash as well as presenting real-life ideas on trash collection, sorting, smart production and reuse. See a video at www.tricityherald.com
Blueberry Pi teammates Rex Wright, right, and Nate Shelton, both Richland sixth-graders, react as their Lego robot moves through the “Trash Trek” challenge course Saturday during the FIRST LEGO League Tri-Cities regional tournament at Chief Joseph Middle School in Richland. More than 300 local students competed in the 10th annual tournament. Teams spent the last few months programing a Lego robot to solve the challenge of cleaning up trash as well as presenting real-life ideas on trash collection, sorting, smart production and reuse. See a video at www.tricityherald.com Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Blueberry Pi teammates Rex Wright, right, and Nate Shelton, both Richland sixth-graders, react as their Lego robot moves through the “Trash Trek” challenge course Saturday during the FIRST LEGO League Tri-Cities regional tournament at Chief Joseph Middle School in Richland. More than 300 local students competed in the 10th annual tournament. Teams spent the last few months programing a Lego robot to solve the challenge of cleaning up trash as well as presenting real-life ideas on trash collection, sorting, smart production and reuse. See a video at www.tricityherald.com Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

Local teams compete in “Trash Trek” First Lego tournament

December 05, 2015 10:33 PM