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First Lego League Indiana Championship Tournament at IPFW, Saturday.

Fiftytwo teams compete in the First Lego League Indiana Championship Tournament at IPFW, Saturday.

Bringing Lego creations to life

Photos by Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
Noah Reinert, left, and John Taller, from the Huntertown Elementary team Huntertown Sprockets, ask for a judge’s ruling Saturday in the IPFW-ITT Exelis FIRST Lego League Indiana Championship Tournament at IPFW. Fifty-two teams competed in three rounds for a chance to compete at the World Festival in St. Louis.
Duhan Eroglu, left, watches as Electrical Expression teammate Kolin Davis makes adjustments to the Woodside Middle School robot entry in the 13th annual competition.

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