Two Delaware high-schoolers place third in national tech competition

Updated August 9, 2016
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A.I. duPont High School students John Lawson and Luke Marshall are only sophomores but they were able to place third in an annual national technology competition organized by the Technology Student Association.

Their winning project? A structurally sound bridge, which can almost be a metaphor representing the spirit of their teamwork and friendship.

“I looked at John and was like ‘Dude, we probably aren’t going to win this, but this was fun, we had an awesome time,’” Marshall told WDEL. “And it just worked.”

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Rana Fayez

Rana Fayez is Technical.ly Delaware’s lead reporter. She was previously business reporter and digital editor for the Delaware Business Times. In 2015, she won two awards from the Delaware Press Association for her coverage on consumer retail trends and technology news. When not storytelling, she’s volunteering or making music.

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