CONGRATULATIONS WARRIOR ROBOTICS! Today, our Lake George High School robotics team qualified for the VEX Robotics World Competition. At the Northern New York State Competition, held remotely today, all three LG robots earned a seat in the State Finals, which in turn qualifies them for competition at the international level to be held next month. One of the LG robots became State Champion, another received the coveted Excellence Award. The photo below was taken at the conclusion of competition today.
The results at States this year were similar to the 2020 season. Last year, three Warrior-bots competed in the State Finals held in Syracuse, and all three qualified for Worlds. In addition to becoming tournament champions, the team received the Innovative Award, the Think Award, and the Programming and Drive Skills Champion Title. The team photo below was taken at the conclusion of the the 2020 State Finals.
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Unfortunately, the 2020 World Championship, scheduled to take place in Louisville, Kentucky, was a casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic. This year, the competitions are being held remotely. The faculty coach of the High School team is the very dedicated and talented technology teacher, Mr. Lawrence Stroebel. This is the fourth year in a row in which at least one of our robots qualified for Worlds, and the second year in a row that all three robots qualified.