ATLANTA -- A group of North Texas students and their robots have left Atlanta as one of the winning teams at an international robotics competition.
The Robo-Wranglers from Greenville High School were part of the winning alliance. Joining them were two teams from Ontario and Michigan.
They beat more than 340 teams from the United States, Brazil, Canada, Chile and several other countries.
Student teams had six weeks to design, build, and test their robots from a kit of hundreds of parts.
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