Bridgewater Teens Competed in RoboCupJunior World Tournament


Two seventh-grade students from the Storming Robots learning center in Branchburg, N.J., competed in the RoboCupJunior World Tournament, held earlier in July. Andrew Amerman and Salil Pathare of Bridgewater Township competed after scoring the highest in the nation and winning their division in a N.Y.-N.J. regional event last April.

New Jersey Storming Robots Competed In 2011 Robotics World Event – Engineering Inclined Students Represented U.S.A at the 2011 Robocup Junior World Tournament

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