The 2014 Edible Cars (some of)

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FIRST PLACE IN SPEED:  This car by a Hall High School student took First Place in Speed and was also awarded a First in the special category of Candy-Twinkie Most Likely to Survive the Creator.  Hall students have won the Speed competition three years in a row.  
OVERALL WINNER:  First in Creativity, First in Most Likely to Run, and First in a special math category made this car the overall winner.  It was designed by math students from IVCC.

 

FIRST IN DESIGN This creation by a team from Putnam County High School 
was the First Place winner in Design.

FIRST IN DETAIL:
This colorful entry, called Hydro King, designed by IVCC
students finished First in Detail

FIRST IN STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS:  This vehicle, which
 was the only student organization entry, was designed by
a team of foreign language students named Japapenos Ardientes.

FIRST IN LEAST LIKELY TO RUN:  This unlikely looking vehicle,
by a Putnam County High School team, was judged least likely to run, but it managed to slide down the track and finish the race.

FIRST IN HIGH SCHOOL ENTRIES:  Ramrod II, by Putnam County
High School students, was judged First in High School and also
scored a second in the Speed competition finishing only .01 second
behind the first place car.

THIRD IN SPEED:  The Taters, of LaSalle-Peru High School and
the Area Career Center, won Third in the Speed competition.

SECOND IN HIGH SCHOOL CATEGORY:  The Procrastinators from
Henry-Senachwine High School were second in the High School category. 
This was the first year for H-S students to enter the contest.

THIRD IN HIGH SCHOOL:  Team Marshmallow from Putnam County
High School was Third in the high school category.

   SECOND MOST LIKELY TO RUN:  Vicious and delicious, at left, was judged second most likely to run.  Designed by a team of CAD students from LaSalle-Peru and Area Career Center students, the students submitted a CAD drawing of the design along with the vehicle.