Thunder Mountain High School’s “Trial and Error” robotics team took first place at the state championship at the University of Alaska Anchorage from Feb 1-2, 2019. Eight students were on the winning team: Seniors Noatak Post, Eli Douglas, Riley Sikes and Sterling Zuboff; Juniors Teilhard Buzzell and Ian Sheridan; and Freshmen Grace Sikes and Darin Tingey. (Courtesy Photo)

Thunder Mountain High School’s “Trial and Error” robotics team took first place at the state championship at the University of Alaska Anchorage from Feb 1-2, 2019. Eight students were on the winning team: Seniors Noatak Post, Eli Douglas, Riley Sikes and Sterling Zuboff; Juniors Teilhard Buzzell and Ian Sheridan; and Freshmen Grace Sikes and Darin Tingey. (Courtesy Photo)

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