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Six ‘garage teams’ not backed by schools are among 32 Hawaii squads headed to robotics championship

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                                A notebook details a robot prototype created by Kanoelani Elementary School students Julia Reilly and Abbie Tadaki.
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A notebook details a robot prototype created by Kanoelani Elementary School students Julia Reilly and Abbie Tadaki.

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                                Kanoelani Elementary School students Julia Reilly, 11, left, and Abbie Tadaki, 12, demonstrated one of their robots last week. The duo will compete at the 2022 VEX Robotics World Championship in Dallas in May.
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Kanoelani Elementary School students Julia Reilly, 11, left, and Abbie Tadaki, 12, demonstrated one of their robots last week. The duo will compete at the 2022 VEX Robotics World Championship in Dallas in May.

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                A notebook details a robot prototype created by Kanoelani Elementary School students Julia Reilly and Abbie Tadaki.
CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Kanoelani Elementary School students Julia Reilly, 11, left, and Abbie Tadaki, 12, demonstrated one of their robots last week. The duo will compete at the 2022 VEX Robotics World Championship in Dallas in May.