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HAPPY HOOPSTERS: The Chandler Spartans, undefeated throughout the season, represented the Chandler YMCA in the recent Valley Wide Championship, beating the Scottsdale Thunderbirds to claim the Valley title. Chandler Spartans basketball team members include Alex Ward, Eddie Lai, Julian Phipps, Tristan Vance, Matthew Rapier and Coach Scott Ward, back row; and Jeff Whalin, Guarav Desphande, Dylan Havermann,


Taylor Townsend, Luke Nguyen and Head Coach and General Manager Mike Rapier. Kids tune in to summer music camps


Band Camp, which offers band and ensemble rehearsals, chapel services, activities and games, performances, outings, choir and private instruction, kicks off the schedule of performance and music camps held at Tri-City Baptist Church Ministries International Baptist College. The camp is open to students in grades five through 12 and runs July 11 through 15.


July 18 through 22 is Music Camp, which includes performance opportunities, large and small ensembles, chapel services, electives in theory and history / master classes, activities and games, outings, choir and private instruction for seventh- through 12th-graders.


Discover Music: Camp for Kids for first- sixth-graders runs from 8:30 a.m. to noon July 18 through 22. This music program features vocal training, Kodály, instrument training, Orff instruments, percussion Instruments, recorders, tone chimes, chapel services, performances, movement with music, music appreciation, music theory, art projects, physical activity and snacks.


Tri-City Baptist Church Ministries International Baptist College is at 2211 W. Germann Rd., Chandler. To register, call 800-IBC-4858, email michael.bryson@ibconline.edu or visit www.ibconline.edu/ibc/events/camps/index.jsp.


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Chandler cadets compete to defend cyber security


A team of cadets from Civil Air Patrol’s Willie Composite Squadron in Chandler will participate in CyberPatriot IV, the nation’s largest high school cyber defense challenge.


CyberPatriot is a unique national cyber security competition produced by the Air Force Association, a nonprofit organization headquartered near Washington, D.C. The competition is designed to educate and motivate the next generation of “cyber defenders” and other science, technology, engineering and mathematics graduates from across the nation by teaching students how to protect computer network systems, including those involved in banking, commerce, transportation, communications, defense and more.


Led by Coach Jeffery Alloway, the cadets from Willie Composite Squadron will compete in online preliminary rounds throughout the coming months in hopes of ultimately winning the championship trophy, scholarship money and an all- expenses-paid trip to Washington for the national championship competition held in March 2012.


Registration for CyberPatriot IV remains open until Oct. 8. Public, private, parochial and home schools can register in the Open Division, while Junior ROTC units of all services and Civil Air Patrol squadrons register in the All Service Division. For more information, visit www.usCyberPatriot.org.


Aquatic ‘bots compete at CHS


Chandler High School recently hosted the fifth annual National Underwater Robotics Challenge, presented by Arizona Promoters of Applied Science in Education (APASE).


Robotics teams comprised of students in fifth grade through college from all over Arizona designed and constructed fully functional underwater robots that were then tested and technically inspected by a panel of engineers. APASE is a grassroots organization begun by a group of educators, community organizers, professionals, business and industry leaders concerned with opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math fields in Arizona. Chandler High is located at 350 N. Arizona Ave. in Chandler. For more information, visit www.h2orobots.com.


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