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Rancho Christian High School robotics team advances to 2018 World Championship

 

Last updated 4/27/2018 at 9:47am

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Rancho Christian High School's robotics team "Bullseye" poses for a group photo after finishing as the FIRST Hawaii Regional Runner-Ups and qualifying to advance to the World Championships in Houston, April 18-21, including front row to back, left to right, team captain and senior Jake Davies, senior Zakg Brewer and senior Nathan Vaniman; sophomore Caroline Li, senior Karina Jimenez, freshman Halley Brewer, sophomore Charlotte Segi, freshman Caleb George, sophomore Christian Marovich, freshman Steven Zhou, junior Melissa Esposito; sophomore Josh Tuttobene, mentor Joe Tuttobene, junior Noah Stevens, mentor Andy Davies, junior Kekai Wunsch, mentor Linda Brewer, mentor Richard George; head coach Mike Majewski, junior John Conner, mentor Troy Conner, sophomore Jacob Wright, junior Nick Kohout, mentor Keith Kohout and mentor Don Vaniman.

TEMECULA – FIRST Robotics Team No. 4984, "Bullseye," a robotics team from Rancho Christian High School gained national recognition this weekend after their second-place finish at the FIRST Robotics Competition Hawaii Regional in Honolulu.

The team of 17 high school students traveled with program director Mike Majewski and a crew of volunteer mentors to one of 63 U.S. regional qualifying events for the FIRST Robotics Competition.

The competition relies on both a mastery of technological and engineering skill and political skill in alliance forming and partnership training - teams progres...



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