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BHS Robotics Team Makes It to Finals in This Year's First Competition!

BHS Robotics TrophyThe BHS Robotics team recently competed in its first competition this school year. It was a tough competition as many of the best robotics teams in the world were present. Before the "Alliance" selection, the BHS Panthers were 23 out of 40, but with very good individual stats. The BHS team was the second pick (better ranked than last year) on an Alliance of three other robots. The BHS Alliance won in the quarterfinals, won in the semifinals and made it to the finals. In the finals, the Panthers lost one, won one and had a tiebreaker, and ultimately did not win. This was the first time that BHS made it to the finals! They won their first trophy! What is most impressive about the BHS team is that it is a student-run team with adult mentors offering guidance but not actually doing the work (unlike other teams), meaning that this was really a major student accomplishment. We are proud of our "robo" Panthers. Congratulations!

Posted by: Sheri Costa-Batis Published:9/26/17
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