Jamaica HS launches eighth annual Cardboard Boat Races
Brandon Jean Pierre, left, Terriell Glenn, Anderley Fequiere, Harry Silva, teacher Adam Abrego and, front, Jahir Lawful of Humanities and the Arts High School in Cambria Heights show off their first-place trophies for building the fastest cardboard boat in all of Queens.
The FDNY Boat entered by students from Queens Community House took the top prize for best-themed boat.
JHS teacher Scott Pecorino, left, headed up the competition that welcomed 30 boats to the competition.
Sailors from Hillside Arts and Letters Academy coast to victory in their opening heat.
Some zombies are all smiles even as the pool at Jamaica High School claims their craft.
High school students from Queens make a splash in a qualifying heat of Jamaica High School’s eighth annual Cardboard Boat Races.
Making it to the finish line is all that counts.
Photo finish — The “Bulldog” craft from Humanities and the Arts HIgh School edges out the “Black Widow” entry from Jamaica High School in the finals.
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