Local Junior High Hosts Robotics Competition

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The Woodland Jr. High in Fayetteville hosted a robotics competition on Saturday. 

The competition is called the VEX IQ Robotics Competition. 

It was held from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. in the Woodland Gym. 

The competition featured 19 teams from around the region, including last year’s state champion schools: Fayetteville’s Woodland Jr. High (Robot Skills State Champion) and Bentonville’s Fulbright Jr. High (Teamwork Challenge State Champion), according to the news release. 

It was sponsored by the Fayetteville Public Education Foundation, Garver Engineering and Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, according to the news release.

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