CNY Bridges 2017 Results

A total of 132 teams composed of 338 students entered the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology (MOST) on the morning of November 11, 2017 to compete in the Museum’s 18th annual Central New York Bridges: Build ‘Em & Bust ‘Em showcase event.

Here is additional information about the competition, if you have a team of students interested in participating in next year’s competition, which will take place on Saturday, November 10, 2018.

Here are the 2017 winners:

Category I (Grades 4 through 6)

First Place: Bust It If You Can!, RJ Bartholomew
Second Place: The Go-rillas, Dennis M. Kenney Middle School; Wyatt Barboza, Skylor Kelley
Third Place: Northstars Innovators 6, Gillette Road Middle School; Landon Coyle, Bryce Egan, Matthew Jordan
Best Design: Bust It If You Can!, RJ Bartholomew
Best Team Name: The Creators of Destruction, Donlin Drive Elementary; Matthew Loncosky, Evan Sarno, Jonah Soule

Category II (Grades 7 and 8)

First Place: The Bridge Team, Onondaga Hill Middle School; McKenna Kelly, Abigail Miggiani
Second Place: The Dynamic Duo Plus One, Chittenango Middle School; Katie Jasmin, Jordan Phillips, Mya Vincent
Third Place: OHMS TBA 2, Onondaga Hill Middle School; Kosta Georgadis, Elizabeth Gluz, Tim Olesh
Best Design: UrsaKeMaCo Designs, Chittenango Middle School; Matt Bongiovanni, Connor Brookes, Keagan Terry
Best Team Name: “Who You Gonna Call? Bridge-Busters!”, Pine Grove Middle School; Grace Caccamo, Brianna Dearstine, Emina Hurtic

Category III (Grades 9 through 12)

First Place: Fridgette Bridgette Rigid Motions, Syracuse City School District; Lalita Dahal, Umesh Dahal
Second Place: Bridge to Ethiopia, Syracuse City School District; Natalia Amado, Benjamin Cameron
Third Place: Binturongs; Anna Lioto, Kira Lioto, Donovan Muckey
Best Design: Asian Domination; Maria Costello, Kelly Mahan, Jemma Mallia
Best Team Name: Bridge to Ethiopia, Syracuse City School District; Natalia Amado, Benjamin Cameron


Thank you to our sponsors!
Lockheed Martin
Syracuse University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science
The Dorothy and Marshall M. Reisman Foundation
ASCE Syracuse Section
Technology Alliance of Central New York