Cardboard Regatta

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John-Michael Baldy, 17, left, Ben Phifer, 17, right and Joshua Burgin, 17, bottom, tumble out of their homemade boat following the Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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John-Michael Baldy, 17,reaches the other side of the pool during the Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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Alex Ward, 17, races his homemade boat during the Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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North Augusta High School science teacher Kathy Gambill hands the Cardboard Regatta trophy to winner Ben Phifer, 17, in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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Winner Ben Phifer, 17, holds the champion's trophy following the Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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John-Michael Baldy, 17, and Sara Allen, 18, race their homemade boats during the Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff
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The Cardboard Regatta in North Augusta Monday morning October 7, 2013. The regatta is part of North Augusta High School's AP Physics class. Students had to design and build a boat using specific materials like cardboard and duct tape. They then had to race each other by paddling their boat from one side of a pool to the other. The goal of the competition is to see who's boat can survive in the water without toppling and who can get to the other side of the pool the fastest. It teaches students about how physics play a part in design. Michael Holahan Staff

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