Robots play basketball, students apply science skills

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A science competition called "FIRST," lets high schoolers get hands-on experience in engineering.

Rich Demuro joins Good Day Utah from Los Angeles for Friday's Tech Report.

FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) hosted the event when students created robots that could play basketball.

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