From Thursday, March 15th to Saturday, March 17th, we competed at the North Super Regional Tournament. On Thursday we set up the pit and had our judging session as well as our inspection. Judging went well, and it was a very good start to the tournament. Friday we had qualifying matches. All of the robots there were really unique and interesting to watch. Saturday was finals and awards. We were awarded the Connect Award for connecting with our STEM community. We have a little over a month until the FTC World tournament in Detroit, and we are ready to work on improving our robot. All of us are very excited to compete in Detroit and interact with all of the amazing teams attending.
On Friday, February 9th and Saturday, February 10th, we competed at the Minnesota State Tournament. On Friday night we set up our pit and went to our judging session. Judging went well! We also worked on programming on the practice field that night. The next day we had matches. We won half of the runs, and were ranked 15th in our division. In our match with Mecha Dojo Robotics we scored 352, which was the highest score for our division. We were awarded the Think Award for our engineering notebook! With around a month until the North Super Regional, we have a lot of work to do. We are very excited for what's to come for the rest of the season!