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Indy Robotics Teams Compete in Tournament at Lums Pond

Indy Robotics Teams Compete in Tournament at Lums Pond

In an era of unusual circumstances and lots of uncertainty, two Independence Indy Robotics Teams were able to compete this year in the First Lego League Challenge Tournament at Lums Pond this past weekend.

Led by coaches Mr. Jaisi, Mrs. Cohen, Dr. Xie, and Dr. Singh-Patel, the teams created solutions to the growing problems of transportation. The Cargo Connect challenge is for their robots to deliver cargo to different forms of transportation or target locations around the field. Their robots had to activate mission models that represented transportation safety, efficiency, connection, and access.

The awards for Efficient Time in Base and Outstanding Teamwork go to Vincent, Joseph, Rithik, Ethan, and Brian. The awards for Gracious Professionalism and Coolest Robot Color Scheme go to Nate, Samantha, Ava, Evan, and Austin. Congratulations to both teams!

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