The Swampshifter Club at Barbara Goleman Senior High School aced the National Ten80 Racing STEM Competition held April 28-29 at the Miami Springs Recreation Center.
Teams underwent challenges that tested skills in science, technology, engineering and math with student-made race cars. Grand Champions The Swampshifters took first place overall and also won first place for graphics; second place in enterprise and placed third in racing, according to student Angie Mesa.
Shown in the front row from left: Keilly Monteagudo; Isabella Figueredo; Manuel Matalobos; Michael Kumprey; Rangel Valiente (laying down); David Barragan, Raul Perez, Adrian Figueredo; Alex Rodriguez and Rolando Perez.
In the back row from left are: Rafael Macedo; Mauricio Gongora; Carla Dorneval; Genises Macias; Fabiola Lafonte; Ashley Hernandez; Christopher Cortes; Stephen Crowe; Kathya Samaniego; Sergio Roque; Jason Kumprey; Nicholas Ewing; Daryan Perez; Ramiro Rojas; Gabriel Balanco; Anderson Ortega and Orlando Barreda.
Photo courtesy of Angie Mesa.