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Robotix club competes in Regional Championship

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BRIAN NUEVO

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Over this last weekend, RHS’ Robotix club competed in the West Super- Regional Championship with over 70 different high school robotics teams and ended up finishing in the top 25.  The West Super-Regional represented the top 6% of teams in the 13 western states.

Robotix club captain Ryan Corrigan is proud of how his team did and is ready to learn from their mistakes from over the weekend.

“I’m happy with where we placed I think we did pretty good, We learned that it is more than just a robot, I’d like to improve our engineering notebook and our booth” Corrigan said.

Robotix club will not have anymore competitions until next school year, according to club adviser John Fuller.

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