From left, Karsh Agbayani, Reginald Harper, Adrian Wierzbinski and Ethan Smith prepare robot CODI for its next phase of competition at Campbell University on April 2.
From left, Karsh Agbayani, Reginald Harper, Adrian Wierzbinski and Ethan Smith prepare robot CODI for its next phase of competition at Campbell University on April 2. Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com
From left, Karsh Agbayani, Reginald Harper, Adrian Wierzbinski and Ethan Smith prepare robot CODI for its next phase of competition at Campbell University on April 2. Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com

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