Search
Wednesday 7 December 2022
  • :
  • :
[adrotate group="1"]
[adrotate group="4"]

SCSD Students to Compete in World Robotics Competition

By Staff

 

vexroboticsSyracuse City School District students from Danforth, Grant, HW Smith, Corcoran and Nottingham took part in the State Vex Robotics Competition at SRC Arena, where they competed against robotics teams from across the state.

Following the event, Corcoran “Cougar Robotics” students Kelsey Lent-Moore, Mark Rowlands, Ryan Brown, Trey Anthony King, Grace Redmond and Mara Nunez; Nottingham “F(net)” students Fahim Rahman, Julian Velandia, Nasheett Usman and Carlos Echenique; and Grant team “Grant 1” students Aser Negash, Ryann Lapp, and Paige Sutton qualified to move on to the world competition in Kentucky.

Corcoran has also won the Hometown Hero Award, the Tournament Finalist Award, and the Excellence Award, while Nottingham won the Robot Skills High Score Award, and the Amaze Award, and Grant won the Middle School Excellence Award.

Corcoran’s “Attack on Bots” team was the Highest Ranked All Girls Team; Nottingham’s “Ghostbusters” team was a tournament finalist; HW Smith’s team “Sky Jax” won the Last, Not Least Award; while the school’s “SmallShooter” team won the Middle School Judges Award.

Click here to comment on this article on our Facebook page.