Nineteen teams of sixth grade GLO students from Tannahill Intermediate and the Fine Arts Academy competed in the 21st Annual Texas Woman's University Edible Car Contest. White Settlement ISD teams won seven of the 10 awards out of 99 teams competing.
Tannahill's Tropicans team of Ella Newsome, Brennan Maitlin, Caden Cato and Miguel Carrera won First Place Overall.
The Gummy Warriors (Deisy Rodriguez, Marci Longoria Silva, Anthony Herrera and Vincent McCormick from Tannahill) earned Most Unique.
Tannahill's What-A-Car team of Hallie Harp, Madeline Folsom, Rocky Guerra and Luke Sanchez won Best Theme.
Fine Arts Academy's the Dama-Lucks consisting of Caden Dorasami, Andrew Gowan, Marisa Hight and Layla Logalbo (not pictured) earned Second Place Overall.
The ACED team of Ashten Crowdis, Elizabeth Hamor, Christian May and Daniel Holdridge from Fine Arts took Second Fastest Time.
The AstroNeers from Tannahill (Emery Bravo, Haley Rodriguez, Zephyr Lee and Braden Wilson) received Third Place Overall.
Tannahill's Brainiacs (Addy Wright, Jonah Jordan, Teddy McIntire and Zarah Brown) earned Fifth Fastest Time.
Teacher is Loretta Haley.
During the competition, students work in teams of four to create a “car” out of food that is edible for humans, ensuring that the wheels can roll down a ramp. The cars are judged in several categories, including ingenuity, mobility and design.