An Amarillo brother and sister are competing in the K-nexpert challenge.
Kyler and Lanie Kuykindale are competing for a $10,000 scholarship.
12 and 8 are the ages of these national K-nex competitors. Kyler has been competing in the Knex -pert challenge for 4 years. He says this is his biggest creation yet. "I call it the knexoid, it shoots out ping pongs balls they come back from a chamber and a motor helps shoot the ping pong balls over and over again," he said.
Lanie, his sister built a life size house complete with a ceiling fan and tea set. "There is a sink that balls shoot out and it goes down a drain it has a soap dispenser that has a spring that pops it in and up and down I have a chair that I can sit in without it breaking," she said.
Both children are wanting to win the scholarship and someday work for the Knex company.