The Shakopee Robotics Team is hard at work in the third week of the 2018 season of FRC. The gears are in motion for the team as they continue their 5th year in the battle of brains and robot brawn. Everyone is preparing for the big competitions at Duluth on March 7th-10th and at Cedar Rapids on March 21st-24th. Cheer on our robotics team as they pave their path to victory!
The Shakopee Robotics team enjoyed a pleasant evening of celebration at Turtle's Banquet Hall. An wonderful dinner was served followed by some coaches remarks and team awards. 14 team members earned their robotics varsity letter for the 2016-17 season! Congratulations to them and the whole team for another year of growth, improvement, and success.
Shakopee Robotics: Team 5541 finished their 2017 competition season with their strongest showing to date at the North Star Regional. The event was held April 6th-April 8th at Mariucci Arena on the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities Campus in Minneapolis, MN. The team finished with a record of 5 wins and 3 losses narrowly missing the playoffs.
Earlier in the season, 5541 finished the Rock City Regional in Little Rock, AR with a record of 4 wins and 5 losses. As such, the team compiled a cumulative record of 9 wins and 8 losses in qualifying matches in 2017. "Ross" proved to be a solid little robot.
The 2016-17 Shakopee Robotics Team
Shakopee Robotics' three FTC teams competed at the St. Peter Regional Qualifier on Sunday, January 15th. All three teams improved their performances from earlier in the season.
Team 10469 won the "Motivate Award" and became the first Shakopee Robotics team to advance to the State FTC Championship which was held at Washington Technical School in St. Paul on February 10-11th. The team performed admirably at the State Championship and learned a lot competing agains the best teams FTC teams in the state.
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The Shakopee High School Robotics Team exists to encourage the development of students’ interests in the areas of math and science. The team prepares young minds to work and thrive in our increasingly technological world and global economy by competing in high-energy robotics competitions. Shakopee Robotics competes at two levels of robotics competitions run by FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology): FTC (smaller robots) and FRC (big robot). For these competitions, our team designs, programs, and builds a robot to score points in a game that is created each year.
Two years ago, the FRC Team competed in it’s first robotics competition - the 2015 Lake Superior Regional in Duluth, MN. There, we earned the Lake Superior Regional Rookie All-Star Award! It automatically qualified our FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) team for the 2015 FRC World Championships and allowed us to compete at the very highest level. Our experiences from that inaugural year have lead to more success in 2016 and 2017. Shakopee Robotics has doubled in size to and now consists of four award-winning FTC and FRC teams.