Sunday Apr 03 2011 comments Folsom High School Regatta 2011 By: Photos by Kim Palaferri/The Telegraph -A +A Taking the win for the speed demon is Team Mr. Bubble in the Folsom High Regatta 2011. Dylan Dingman bails water out of his teams boat, ?Project Lead The Way?, during the Folsom High Regatta. Marcos Hendrix helps drag his made of used construction materials, cardboard and a lot of Duct Tape while Edward Lesnick gives it a good push from behind for boat number 13, Team Slayer. thryn Sharras of team four, does her best to navigate the Styrofoam boat for a finish across the finish line at the Folsom High Regatta. Max Garrow and Calvin Millett try their best to keep their boat afloat while sending it off into Folsom Lake while driven by teammates. Team Bloody Baron won the Team Spirit award, but sank and fell apart during the race. The boat made primarily of cardboard was dedicated to their Teacher Assistant Nicholas Tapia, a UC Davis Grad Student. Team Duckies skippers Anusha Deshpande and Shravya Kalindindi bring their giant rubber ducky look alike ashore to complete the drag race part of the Folsom High School Regatta. Doing what ever it takes to get their boat The Clapper across the finish line, even if it takes pushing it in, William Luce gives Jakob Shiboyan a shove to the end. Hoping to make it to shore in one piece is Alyssa Nevarez and Sharon Liu aboard their boat The Bloody Baron. ?Every captain goes down with their ship, but I went after? said Navarez after their Bloody Baron sank in the second heat. Sam Shin and Trevor London help Cherry Bomb live up to it?s name as they bring their plywood and pvc boat into shore where they finished second in their heat. Taking a flying leap out of his boat and ready to capture the win in his heat is Folsom High School student Dylan Dingman with the only freshman led team with the boat ? ?Project Lead The Way?. Drew Whitney and Evan Woodruff paddle their victorious boat into shore after wining the Drag Race heat at the Folsom High School Regatta and ultimately wining the Speed Demon Award. The Avengers boat crew John Kraemer and William Gallagher pass many of the flailing boats bringing their boat safely in to shore. The Clapper met its fate during the Folsom High School Regatta. The homemade boats made by physics students at Folsom High School await their skippers and crew for the Folsom High Regatta. Eric Wright, physics and science teacher talks about how they calculate the buoyancy factor of a boat for the Huck Fin Award. The wining boat had 18 people in it, #13 The Slayer made of reclaimed construction materials, cardboard and Duct Tape. Eric Wright, physics and science teacher talks about how they calculate the buoyancy factor of a boat for the Huck Fin Award. The wining boat had 18 people in it, #13 The Slayer made of reclaimed construction materials, cardboard and Duct Tape. The clapper looks impressive, but will it hold up to the test of the Folsom High School Regatta. From left is Joshua Chiea, Jerry Xiong, William Luce, and Jakob Shiboyan. The four made the boat of a welded frame and five gallon paint buckets to help it float. Not quite the speed of the Mach 5, but a good effort anyway. Paddling the Speed Raqcer boat to a finish is Karyn Lee and Josh Chong. Team Duckies gets ready to take on the rest of the boats in the Folsom High School Regatta. From Left is Anusha Despande, Akanksha Trivedi, Lyndsay Matter, Bhavana Jonnalagadda, Shravya Kalidindi, and Stephanie Udawatta. Life preservers and paddles are ready for the Folsom High Regatta put on by the Physics department. #13, The Slayer, is made of reclaimed construction materials including boxes from behind best buy, duct tape, Tyvek and 2x4 Doug Fir planks from a construction sight. From left is Edward Lesnick, Peggy Lesnick, and Alec Lesnick. Team Duckies skippers Anusha Deshpande and Shravya Kalindindi test out giant rubber ducky look alike with a dry run before the drag race part of the Folsom High School Regatta.