Columbia Basin College is home to the first high school team in Washington to be awarded the prestige of being part of the 20th Annual Great Moonbuggy Race. The "SpaceHawks" were admitted after building a prototype with PVC pipes and bicycle parts and submitting it as an entry. Each moon buggy will have to fit into a 4'x4'x4' cube before assembly and it must also go over rough, unpredictable terrain.

 

SpaceHawks Design Team:

  • Leaders: Spencer May and Scout Chavez
  • Planning Coordinator: Scout Chavez
  • Logistics: Kimberly Contreras
  • Technology Coordinators: Ricardo Granades and Alberto Sandoval
  • Mechanical and Tool Coordinators: Blue Chavez, Ruben Koski, and Marcel Saenz
  • Graphic Designer: Alisha Dowdy
  • Bilingual Coordinators: Ricardo Granados, Kimberly Contreras, and Alberto Sandoval
  • Robotics Coordinator: Edgar Garcia
  • Public Relations: Kimberly Contreras
  • Advisors: Jerry Hombel and Jennifer Peterson
  • Administrator: Leonar de Maldonado