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Lincoln-Way East students Tori Entwistle (right) and Jackson Seida took first and second place, respectively, on Jan. 28 in the regional bridge-building contest held at the Illinois Institute of Technology. Photo submitted
Submitted by Lincoln-Way High School Community District 210
2:02 am CST February 8, 2020

Students from Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210 competed in the regional bridge-building contest on Jan. 28 at the Illinois Institute of Technology.

There were about 80 bridges from more than 25 schools entered in the contest, which was broken into three regions: south suburbs, north suburbs and the city of Chicago.  

In the south suburbs region, Lincoln-Way D210 had eight of the top 10 spots. Lincoln-Way East student Tori Entwistle’s bridge won the contest with an efficiency of 2258.