The Puyallup High robotics team, also known as Horns of Havoc 3393, competed April 6-9 at the Washington First Robotics Pacific Northwest Championship in Portland. Brennon McCoy, Matthew Hawley, Tristan Chandler and Hunter Shouse, from left, pose with the team’s robot.
The Puyallup High robotics team, also known as Horns of Havoc 3393, competed April 6-9 at the Washington First Robotics Pacific Northwest Championship in Portland. Brennon McCoy, Matthew Hawley, Tristan Chandler and Hunter Shouse, from left, pose with the team’s robot. Veronica Foley Special to the Herald
The Puyallup High robotics team, also known as Horns of Havoc 3393, competed April 6-9 at the Washington First Robotics Pacific Northwest Championship in Portland. Brennon McCoy, Matthew Hawley, Tristan Chandler and Hunter Shouse, from left, pose with the team’s robot. Veronica Foley Special to the Herald

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