Need For Speed

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    Gabe Kurzendoerfer, 11, left, Eli Clark, 10, Joel Levy, 9, and Cody Riehle, 9, all of Jasper, watched the finish line during the Cub Scout Pack #130 Lego Derby at Shiloh Methodist Church in Jasper on Saturday. “You had to put in a lot of effort,” Gabe said about building his car. Over 40 scouts participated in the annual derby. Marlena Sloss/The Herald

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    Hunter Fortwendel of Jasper, 9, lined up his car during the Cub Scout Pack #130 Lego Derby at Shiloh Methodist Church in Jasper on Saturday. "I just like how they put all of this together just for us to play and have fun," Hunter said. "I'm very thankful that they did all of this hard work." Marlena Sloss/The Herald

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    Brad Hulsman of Ireland and his son Jaxson, 8, right, Tarun Param of Jasper, 8, and Cody Ellis of Ireland, 7, watched the Cub Scout Pack #130 Lego Derby at Shiloh Methodist Church in Jasper on Saturday. Marlena Sloss/The Herald

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    Brock Lampert of Jasper, 8, voted for Lego derby car design awards during the Cub Scout Pack #130 Lego Derby at Shiloh Methodist Church in Jasper on Saturday. Using Legos instead of pinewood derby cars allows the scouts to be "a lot more hands on," said organizer Kevin Powell of Jasper. "We see a lot more variety." Marlena Sloss/The Herald

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    Lego derby cars sat ready for racing during the Cub Scout Pack #130 Lego Derby at Shiloh Methodist Church in Jasper on Saturday. Marlena Sloss/The Herald

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    Over 40 scouts participated in the Cub Scout Pack #130 Lego Derby at Shiloh Methodist Church in Jasper on Saturday. Marlena Sloss/The Herald