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Cheyenne, Wheatland Teams Win UW Engineering Competition


March 1, 2011 — Teams from Cheyenne and Wheatland high schools won their respective divisions in a statewide engineering problem-solving contest at the University of Wyoming. Wheatland placed first in the Small School Junior Varsity and Cheyenne East High School first in the Large School Varsity division.

Each year, the UW College of Engineering and Applied Science is host to the JETS/TEAMS (Junior Engineering Technical Society/Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics and Science) competition. High School students across the state compete as teams in an open-book, two-part collaborative problem-solving test. Nationwide, more than 20,000 high school students participate each year. Ten teams from Cheyenne, Burns, Wheatland, and Laramie competed in the JETS/TEAMS competition this year.

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Photo of the Cheyenne East High School team who placed first in the large school junior varsity division. Team members included: Coach Paul Fechtmeister, Austin Beyers, Dahmahnic Mace-Nocera, Cody Muchmore, Ivan Larson, Geoffrey Carr, Josh Messer, Thomas Bilodeau, and Jerome VanLancker.


JETS promotes interest in engineering, science, mathematics, and technology, and is dedicated to providing real-world engineering and problem-solving experience to high school students. The programs challenge students to discover engineering in high school. JETS programs and resources get students involved with engineering and preparing for the future.

 

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Wheatland winners of the small school junior varsity division included: Evan Schmitzer, Sawyer Lawrence, Tyler Schockley, Ashley Burns, and Coach Andrea Leinen.

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Cheyenne East High School senior and junior varsity teams combined included: Front (L to R) Ivan Larson, Dahmahnic Mace-Nocera, Cody Muchmore, Josh Walker; second row: Austin Byers, Nolan Rap, Austen Motily, Shelby Kindsvater, Cedar Wiseman; row three: Coach Paul Fechtmeister, Geoffrey Carr, Jerome VanLancker, Josh Messer, and Thomas Bilodeau.

 

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Burns High School competitors included: Front (L to R): Adan Gandara, Holly Leininger, Rory Fitchner; second row: Jeff Skelton, Cody Spencer, Jordel Billingsley, Alex Swaney; third row: Coach Eric Allen, Aaron Kreuzer, Lukas Romsa, Ryler Lerwick, and Norman Rienks.

 

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Wheatland small school senior and junior varsity teams combined included: Front (L to R): Jade Minear, Tyler Schockley, Evan Schmitzer; second row: Sawyer Lawrence, Jenna Wilson, Ashley Burns; third row: Coach Andrea Leinen, Jasper Urairatana, McKenzie Hellbaum, Savannah Weatherill, and Isaac Leinen.

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Wheatland small school senior and junior varsity teams combined included:
Front (L to R): Jade Minear, Tyler Schockley, Evan Schmitzer; second row: Sawyer Lawrence, Jenna Wilson, Ashley Burns; third row: Coach Andrea Leinen, Jasper Urairatana, McKenzie Hellbaum, Savannah Weatherill, and Isaac Leinen.

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Kaycee JETS competitors included (L to R):
Coach Matt Icanberry, Jordan Largent, Sarah Carr, Megan Lund, Brylee Streeter, and Lane Robinson.

 

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