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Freshmen compete in 3-D airplane contest

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Joe Malo, '21, (left) and Charlie Conley, '21, await judging of their 3-D airplanes Nov. 30.

Joe Malo, '21, (left) and Charlie Conley, '21, await judging of their 3-D airplanes Nov. 30.

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Ms. Miculinic

Joe Malo, '21, (left) and Charlie Conley, '21, await judging of their 3-D airplanes Nov. 30.

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Charlie Conley, ’21, took first place in the 3-D airplane contest Nov. 30 sponsored by Ms. Esola.

Conley and Joe Malo, ’21, each entered a uniquely designed airplane.  Students judged each airplane on design, while Ms. Esola calculated how far each plane flew.

Conley’s plane was small and lightweight, fashioned after a glider plane, while Malo’s was a bit larger and heavier.

“It took me 53 minutes to print this airplane,” said Conley.  “I used TinkerCad and had 5 prototypes.”

 

 

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