Goleman Swampshifters win national STEM title

Education By Linda Trischitta, Editor Thursday, June 1, 2023

     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.