Monday, April 9, 2018

Alamo Regional Champions

Gold medal awarded to Spectrum 3847, the St. Agnes and Strake Jesuit engineering team, at FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) Alamo Regional Competition in San Antonio. Team advances to Championships.


Houston, TX, April 9, 2018 - - Spectrum 3847, the St. Agnes and Strake Jesuit engineering team, FIRST Robotics Team Spectrum 3847 won the Alamo Regional Competition held in San Antonio. The team is now heading to the World Championships for the fifth year.

Spectrum 3847 competed against 51 other teams from across Texas and some from Oklahoma and as far as away Beijing, China. The competition was fierce and intense, but the students did an amazing job. Of the 52 teams competing, Spectrum 3847 was ranked 1 with a record of 15-2-0.

As the #1 Alliance Captain, Spectrum chose San Antonio’s Team 3481 - Bronc Botz and Team 5726 - RHUMBOTZ. The alliance remained undefeated through the quarterfinals and semifinals. They went on to win two of three matches in the finals, crowning them Winners of the 2018 Alamo Regional competition. The regional win is the first for Spectrum. Also, Spectrum was awarded the Industrial Design Award sponsored by General Motors. The award celebrates form and function in an efficiently designed machine that effectively addressed the game challenge.

“I am so proud of our team for winning the FIRST Alamo Regional Competition. They worked so hard on our robot Infrared 2018. We look forward to the global competition at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston from April 18 to 21, 2018. It’s free admission. Over 30,000 people from around the globe will travel to Houston for the world's largest robotics competition, celebrating STEM and innovation.” said Spectrum 3847 Coach/Mentor Allen Gregory IV.

 
Upcoming Competitions
  • FIRST World Championships is April 18 to 21 , 2018 at the George R. Brown Convention, Houston, TX.
  • Texas Robotics Invitational - Jun 28 - Jun 30, 2018 Spectrum 3847 will be hosting the off season tournament.

About Spectrum #3847

Spectrum is a FIRST Robotics Team #3847 from Houston, Texas. The team is made up of high school students from St. Agnes Academy and Strake Jesuit College Preparatory two Catholic college preparatory schools in southwest Houston, Texas. St. Agnes is all-girls, and Strake Jesuit is all-boys. www.st-agnes.org and www.strakejesuit.org. They work together to spread engineering to others, build robots, and have fun. The team is recognized for their hard work, community outreach, teamwork, and promoting Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) through robotics workshops, service, & mentoring in Texas and China and their use of social media: Instagram, Blog, Tumblr, Flickr, You Tube, Twitter & Facebook. http://www.spectrum3847.org

FIRST ROBOTICS
The mission of FIRST is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders, by engaging them in exciting Mentor-based programs that build science, engineering, and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership. FRC is a six-week competition program for high-school students to build 120 pound (54 kg) robots with help from their mentors, both teachers and engineers from a variety of companies. The students learned about engineering, programming, marketing, media, teamwork, cooperation, and much more. Each team is organized like a small business with many different tasks for students to do in addition to robot construction. Teams have only been working on their robots since January 6, 2018 when the game was revealed to all the teams.

It’s a gold medal! Congratulations to Spectrum 3847, St. Agnes Academy and Strake Jesuit College Preparatory high school students, for winning the Alamo Regional Competition. They are advancing to the Championships at the George R. Brown Convention Center, April 18 to 21, 2018.

Spectrum 3847’s “Infrared” robot for the 2018 FIRST Robotics Competition




FIRST ROBOTICS COMPETITION 2018 ALAMO REGIONAL WINNERS - Spectrum 3847, Bronc Botz 3481 and RHUMBOTZ 5726

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