Robotics teams win awards at World Championship

What a great robotics season! Sophomores Ian Nelson and Benjamin Solomon, Juniors Owen Zahn and Peter Wang of Team 986A - awarded the Create Award for a team who has built a robot that incorporates the most creative engineering design solution to this season's game - Tipping Point. The team did well, they were 13th in ranking and the 10th seed team during alliance selection in the Engineering Division.

At the Junior High level, Team 6986C (Peyton Brady, John Grauch, Jacob Patton, and Nickolas Villa) finished qualifying with a 6-4 record and were ranked 25th out of 73 teams. Unfortunately they didn’t get selected for the playoffs. 

Team 6986E (Joshua Koehler, Landry Liermann, and CJ Ward) finished qualifying with a 6-3-1 record and were 19th out of 72 teams but lost in the first round of the playoffs (the round of 16). They also won the Amaze Award which was one of 9 awards from there division. “The Amaze Award is presented to a team that has built an amazing, high-scoring robot that clearly demonstrates overall quality.” 

Way to go Lancers!

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