Esperanza Academy seniors Ana Rivera and Zach Torre placed first in Widener University’s School of Engineering Mousetrap Competition. In the competition, students are tasked with building mousetrap-powered vehicles which can navigate a given path through meticulous planning and calculations. Ninety-one high school teams from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware with more than 400 students in total competed for the prize. With 8 perfect trials (a score of 32 out of 32), Ana and Zach were the only team with a perfect score.
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