WALLACE CC IN SELMA TO HOST STUDENT ROBOTICS COMPETITION

SELMA, Ala. (AP) – Several teams will compete Thursday in the Selma Best Robotics Game Day at Wallace Community College Selma.

One of those teams, Selma High School, is hoping to finally break through and make it to Auburn for the chance to compete in the southwest regionals.

Other teams expected at the competition are from Morgan Academy; Dallas County High School; Tipton Middle School; Southside High School; Keith Middle and High School; Martin Middle School; Meadowview Christian Academy; J.E. Terry Elementary; and Brantley Elementary.

Each team will be judged on a marketing presentation, exhibit booths, an engineering notebook, the actual robot competition and team spirit.

Thursday’s competition will take place at the Wallace gymnasium from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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