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FIRST Robotics

Members of the Red Storm team from Bedford High School Jayanth Dabbi, from left, Thayu Chander and Will Ebert navigate their robot while competing in the F.I.R.S.T 2014 Granite State District Robotics Competition at Nashua South High School on Friday.  (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER)
Manchester Central students from team C.H.A.O.S Jimmy Hanson, left, Molly Sanseverino and Matthew Bisson prepare their robot during the F.I.R.S.T 2014 Granite State District Robotics Competition at Nashua South High School on Friday. ( DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER)
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-NH, speaks at the opening ceremony for F.I.R.S.T 2014 Granite State District Robotics Competition at Nashua South High School on Friday.  (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER)
David Price announces the start of another round at the FIRST Robotics Competition Friday in Nashua.  (KIMBERLY HOUGHTON/UNION LEADER CORRESPONDENT)
Evan Brown and Grayson Daly work feverishly on their team's computer Friday at the FIRST Robotics Competition at Nashua High School South. Their team, The Grasshoppers, are from Lebanon.  (KIMBERLY HOUGHTON/UNION LEADER CORRESPONDENT)
Brianna Russell, a homeschooled senior from Hopkinton, playing Dorithy, on Team Ozram, is the human player, during the First Robotics Competition, held at Nashua High South, in Nashua, on Saturday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Stephany Cisto, a junior at John Stark Regional High, is Glenda the good witch as Jason Reid, a junior, dances while playing the cowardly lion, both from Team Ozram from Henniker, during the First Robotics Competition, held at Nashua High South, in Nashua, on Saturday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Bedford's Will Ebert, a sophomore, loads his robot onto the playing field, during the First Robotics Competition, held at Nashua High South, in Nashua, on Saturday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Stephany Cisto, a junior at John Stark Regional High, is Glenda the good witch as Jason Reid, a junior, dances while playing the cowardly lion, both from Team Ozram from Henniker, during the First Robotics Competition, held at Nashua High South, in Nashua, on Saturday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Evan Schinewolf,, a junior from Hopkinton, plays the wizard for team Ozram, with Brianna Russell, a senior, homeschooled from Hopkinton, during the First Robotics Competition, held at Nashua High South, in Nashua, on Saturday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Liam Mullen, a 7th grader from Hopkinton MIddle School, works on the OZRAM Team, during the First Robotics Competition, held at Nashua High South, in Nashua, on Saturday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
From left are Morghan O'Neil, a homeschooled junior from Windham, with Team Mechanical Mayhem, Nick Zumbo, a sophmore, on Team Phoenix, from Academy of Science and Design from Nashua, Hannah Simard, a junior, from Lyndeborough, and Mark Brouillette, a junior from Greenville, during the First Robotics Competition, held at Nashua High South, in Nashua, on Saturday. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Dan Carol, a mentor from DEKA, with team C.H.O.A.S. from Manchester's Central High, as he works out strategy with partner teams, during the First Robotics Competition, held at Nashua High South, in Nashua, on Saturday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)