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Buster II was undergoing some fine tuning this week at the hands of engineers-in-training Josh Hass, left, and Joe Bolling. The Nevis robotics team will be heading down to the metro in April to compete. (Jean Ruzicka / Enterprise)

Nevis students will compete at state robotics competition for second year

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The hallways are deserted. The last bell rang hours ago.

But inside room 162 a bustling team of high school students readies Buster II for the 2010 FIRST Robotics Competition.

For the second year, Nevis students will head down to the metro to compete with their For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) robot.

This year, it's a game of soccer, but like none witnessed on the telly.

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