The objective of Logo Motion was to hang shapes from the FIRST logo, scoring extra points if they’re in the correct order or on the same Hoping to improve upon our 2010 season, Team 135 worked hard to gain recognition for its fabulous team members. As a result, at the Wisconsin Regional, our Coach, Mr. Jim Langfeldt, won a Woodie Flowers award. After competing at the Boilermaker regional, we ranked 11th in the Curie Division, and Michael Schrager went on to win a National Dean’s List award, one of only 10 students that year to do so.

2011

2011 Stefan Brinton, Jacob Crow, Gus Czukkermann, Kyle Dooley, Stephanie Fisher, Matt Freeman, John Freitag, Charlie Hartman, Jeremey Hipsher, Dan Klanke, Ryan Lovell, Michael Schrager, Tyler Shulaw, Emma Williams, Chris Zmudzinski

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