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Norwin students win pasta bridge award

Joe Napsha
| Tuesday, April 10, 2018, 8:45 p.m.
A team of five Norwin High School students won the Natalie Carbone Mangini Most Aesthetic Bridge Award at the recent Saint Vincent College 12th Annual Pasta Engineering Competition. The student team consisted of (from left) Raychel Testa, Alexis Kljucaric, Marissa Farabough, Mangini, Sarah Lengel and Sophia Melocchi. The award was new for the 2018 competition and serves to honor Natalie Carbone Mangini, mother of Vince Mangini, who was a critical organizer for the event. Mangini (holding the trophy) chose the winner. Natalie Carbone Mangini was the owner of Carbone’s restaurant in Crabtree, and also was the first female scientist at the Westinghouse Bettis Atomic Power Division.
A team of five Norwin High School students won the Natalie Carbone Mangini Most Aesthetic Bridge Award at the recent Saint Vincent College 12th Annual Pasta Engineering Competition. The student team consisted of (from left) Raychel Testa, Alexis Kljucaric, Marissa Farabough, Mangini, Sarah Lengel and Sophia Melocchi. The award was new for the 2018 competition and serves to honor Natalie Carbone Mangini, mother of Vince Mangini, who was a critical organizer for the event. Mangini (holding the trophy) chose the winner. Natalie Carbone Mangini was the owner of Carbone’s restaurant in Crabtree, and also was the first female scientist at the Westinghouse Bettis Atomic Power Division.

A team of five Norwin High School students won the Natalie Carbone Mangini Most Aesthetic Bridge Award at the recent Saint Vincent College 12th Annual Pasta Engineering Competition.

The student team, coached by Matthew Anticole, a Norwin physics teacher, consisted of Marissa Farabough, Alexis Kljucaric, Sarah Lengel, Sophia Melocchi and Raychel Testa.

The award was new for the 2018 competition and serves to honor Natalie Carbone Mangini, mother of Vince Mangini, who was a critical organizer for the event. Mangini chose the winner.

Natalie Carbone Mangini was the owner of Carbone's restaurant in Crabtree, and also was the first female scientist at the Westinghouse Bettis Atomic Power Division.

Joe Napsha is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 724-836-5252 or jnapsha@tribweb.com.

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