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RESULTS:


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MARYLAND STATE CHAMPION:

Bridge #22 by Sara Pohland from Arundel High School, with an efficiency of 1037!


MARYLAND 2nd PLACE:

Bridge #32 by Leah Jamison from Westminster High School, coached by Hugh Jamison, with an efficiency of 885!


MARYLAND 3rd PLACE:

Bridge #18 by Sophia Sackleh from Hereford High School, coached by Michael Dodd-O, with an efficiency of 852.


MARYLAND 4th PLACE:

Bridge #27 by Madison Plunkett from Hereford High School, coached by Michael Dodd-O, with an efficiency of 805.


TECHNICAL REPORT:

1st PLACE – Madison Plunkett from Hereford High School, coached by Michael Dodd-O.

2nd PLACE – Dillon Coffey from Hereford High School, coached by Michael Dodd-O.

3rd PLACE – (TIE) Michaela Creel & Natalie Alderson from Hereford High School, coached by Michael Dodd-O.


DESIGN EXCELLENCE:

Bridge #36 by Kyle Dickerson from Hereford High School, coached by Michael Dodd-O.


PEOPLE’S CHOICE:

Bridge #11 by Adam Elliott from Hereford High School, coached by Michael Dodd-O.


LIGHTEST BRIDGE (Holding a min. 10 lbs):

Bridge #38 by Ari Riggins from Key School, massing 10.2 grams & holding 16.40 lbm.


HIGHEST LOAD HELD:

40.88 lbm by Bridge #18, designed by Sophia Sackleh from Hereford High School, coached by Michael Dodd-O


MENTOR EXCELLENCE:

Michael Dodd-O from Hereford High School, teaching the student engineers for 32 bridges, each unique and demonstrating a quality foundation of the principles of structural mechanics & design and a sounds engineering process.



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Updated November 30, 2016 by the 2017 Maryland Wood Bridge Challenge Committee

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