FIRST Lego League Competition 2016


On November 12th. Team 2342 hosted a FIRST Lego League competition at Daniel Webster College. Around 14 different FLL teams from all over the area participated in the FLL Animal Allies challenge. All of the teams were fantastic, demonstrating sportsmanship, gracious professionalism, and teamwork. Some of the teams had challenges where their robot didn’t properly work, or was programed incorrectly by mistake.


A lot of the teams were very respectful, and acted quite professional despite their young ages. Along with good sportsmanship, the teams, regardless of their ranking, were very supportive towards the other teams that were winning.


We are all so proud of all of the teams that won awards at the competition! ‘The Gems’ were the winners of the Core Values award, for demonstrating gracious professionalism, teamwork. and inspiration. ‘Robotic Stingers’ were the winners of the Robot Design award, for their amazing mechanical design, programming, strategy, and innovation. ‘Blue Box’ were the winners of the Project Award, for their good research, innovative solution, and presentation. They were also the winners of the Robot Performance Award, for how well their robot performed during the competition overall. ‘The Crazier Yetis’ were the winners of the Champions Award, the most prestigious award, for showing all aspects of robot design, project, and core values.


Good job to all of the teams who participated!

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