York County School of Technology students take second in Widener Univeristy engineering competition

York County School of Technology teacher Robert Sealover, Widener University’s Ronald Mersky, and students Mason Carl and Alden Shockey.  (Submitted photo)

A team of students from York County School of Technology won second place in an engineering competition at Widener University on Oct. 24.

The Widener Mousetrap Competition asks students to build a mousetrap-powered device.

The technology school entered five teams – four pairs and one individual – of engineering technology students, according to an email from the school.

Sophomores Alden Shockley and Mason Carl placed second. There were 110 teams from 27 schools competing.

Other students participating were: Cody Wilson, Greg Chinery, Kyle Harvey, Zoey Hutchinson, Paul Hundertmark, Maranda Madsen and Trent Corcovelos.


About Angie Mason

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