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A Clawsistent performance

Enumclaw High School students again proved themselves among the state’s best when team Clawsistency took ninth place at the state robotics competition.

In all, more than 150 teams were competing for honors at Kent’s ShoWare Center.

Members of the team were, from left, Jacob Woodley, Camrin Youn, Jevoni Sykes, Steven Reindeao, and Nathaneal Bursch. Not pictured is Angus Dryman.

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