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Posing with their winning robot and two trophies are De-Evolution members Noah Sutton-Smolin and Nic Stone (kneeling), and standing are: Yousuf Soliman, Colin Murphy, Tristan Murphy, Ryan Lee. Not pictured: Merry Hodgman.

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