On Friday, some members of Team Neutrino helped the six Ames Middle School FLL teams as they prepare for the Marshalltown regional competition on Saturday. We helped judge their project presentations and robot rounds as they practiced. We then watched a video, and talked about Team Neutrino.
I am happy to say that Team Neutrino was successful at Cow Town this year! Our main goals were to let the new members of the team experience an FRC competition, as well as continue to be a competitive team. New members had the opportunity to drive, operate, and load the robot, as well as work in the pit and scout in the stands.
Team Neutrino was ranked 20th out of 48 teams after the qualification rounds with a record of 4-4-0, and was chosen by team 1806 S.W.A.T. to be on the second seed alliance. Our alliance happily made it to the final rounds!
Team Neutrino will be competing at Cow Town ThrowDown. Cow Town ThrowDown is an off-season event that takes place on November 1-2 in the at Lee’s Summit High School in the Kansas City area. This event is a great way for rookie team members to see what FIRST competition is like. To learn more visit http://cttd-robotics.com/.
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Story County 4-H FIRST® Robotics Competes at Indiana Robotics Invitational on July 19th-20th
FIRST® Robotics Team 3928, Team Neutrino from Story County 4-H in Nevada, Iowa, sponsored by Quality Manufacturing Corp, Sauer-Danfoss, CIT Signature Transportation, John Deere, Aren Hill, J.C. Penney, Story County 4-H Foundation, Story County Fair Board, competed in the Indiana Robotics Invitational on July 19th and 20th in Indianapolis, Indiana. They competed in this year’s game, ULTIMATE ASCENT™.
Team Neutrino ranked 14th out of a field of 69. The team unfortunately did not advance to the Elimination round.
Team Neutrino is a Story County 4-H FIRST Robotics Competition team. Finishing their second season, they were ranked 88th in the world (OPR).
FIRST, For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology, was founded by inventor Dean Kamen and MIT professor Dr. Woodie Flowers in 1992 to inspire young people’s interest and participation in science and technology, and to lead them into STEM career fields. Teams spent six weeks building a 120 lb. robot to compete in this year’s game, Ultimate Ascent.
Teams are challenged to build a robot that can shoot frisbees into ten foot high goals both autonomously, and while under the control of human drivers. At the end of the match, teams receive additional points if their robot can climb a 90 inch-tall pyramid structure near the center of the field.
To learn more about Team Neutrino visit www.teamneutrino.org or email coach Tony Milosch 3...@teamneutrino.org.
For additional Story County 4-H program information visit www.extension.iastate.edu/story or contact Mary Wilkins, County 4-H Youth Coordinator, by phone 515-382-6551 or email mwil...@iastate.edu.
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Welp, we made the invitation list for IRI! Pending final team approval, we will have a nice vacation in July to Indianapolis! More details will be coming soon! We were so excited when we heard the news to be able to compete with the awesome #4HFIRST Team #1902 Exploding Bacon! View the team list below: