JROTC cadets shine at Dover Raider Challenge

Sussex Tech JROTC cadets show off their awards after competing at the Dover Air Force JROTC Invitational Raider Challenge. Shown in back (l-r) are Maj. Ben Jester, Luke Riale, Georgetown; Kaycee Bean, Laurel; Tucker Strickroth, Seaford; Joe Hartman, Bridgeville; Brad Gordon, Milton; Ivy Colburn, Delmar; Emily Tirado, Frankford; Vincent Gao, Seaford; Ashe Hebrank-Ekas, Rehoboth; and John Molitor, Milford. In front are Matt Zwiebel, Millsboro; Andrew Hartman, Bridgeville; Bobby Christensen, Harbeson; Tyler Wood, Laurel; Andrew Atkins, Millsboro; Cole Cook, Bridgeville; Connor Satchell, Seaford; Anthony Huling, Georgetown; Sabrina Julian, Milton; Colin Hearn, Laurel; Dylan Varrato, Georgetown, who won the Outstanding Physical Fitness Award; Jerry Legates, Georgetown; and Michael Ross, Lewes. SOURCE SUBMITTED
March 19, 2013

The Sussex Tech Army JROTC Raider teams competed in the Dover Air Force JROTC Invitational Raider Challenge March 9 at Killens Pond State Park. Raiders are physically oriented teams specializing in orienteering, running, pushups, sit-ups, first aid, one rope bridge and the one-mile run.

The Raiders teams strive to remain physically fit throughout the year. The events not only require physical endurance, but problem solving and quick thinking.

At the Dover Challenge, Sussex Tech’s Alpha team and Bravo team both had outstanding performances. The Raider Alpha team won first in physical fitness, one rope bridge, land navigation and first aid, and second overall. The Bravo team won second in one rope bridge and third in first aid and overall.

Teams at the competition were Sussex Central, William Penn, Smyrna, Wicomico, Sussex Tech A and B teams, and Dover’s B team.

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