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Lewis Central High School’s Cameron Fitzgerald flies his team’s homemade quadcopter through an obstacle course at the Anti-Gravity Games. The winning team won computers and funds for its school.
COUNCIL BLUFFS — Gravity was no match for 15-year-old Hudson Mass and his team at the 2016 Anti-Gravity Games on Saturday.
Mass and fellow students from Harlan (Iowa) High School were competing with a homemade quadcopter, a remote-controlled aerial vehicle with four propellers that’s about the size of a bathroom scale. The team, one of two from Harlan, competed against students from 11 other area high schools to see who could most deftly maneuver its quadcopter through an obstacle course in the shortest amount of time.