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The "Brobotix" team's robot has come a long way since this photo was taken in January.Perham High School’s robotics team members include, left to right: coach Josh Mycke, Kanyon Edvall, Josh Lammers, Austin Jacobson, B.J. Meyer, Jay Klatt, Dan Huwe, Michael Thompson, Jeremy Neuerberg, Curtis Swanson, Jake Braukmann and Jeff Morris. Not pictured are Alexander Roberts, Matt Wunderlich, Tyler Weiser-Matthews, Heidi Weber and Kristin Rosenau. Elizabeth Huwe/FOCUS

Brobotix tackles rough ‘rookie redux’ season

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It’s been a long six weeks for the members of Perham’s “Brobotix” robotics team.

Six weeks is all the time they had to design, build, program and test a robot which will compete in a game that resembles soccer with a hint of basketball.

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On top of the short deadline, in the team’s five-year history, they have already had three coaches. This year, Josh Mycke has taken the helm and is directing the team with a unique strategy.

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