Local Students Come Out on Top in Robotics Competition: Photos

See photos of the amazing robots, built by local high school students, that battled it out for the top spots in this past Saturday's championships.

[Editor's note: The following information was submitted to Patch by Laura Rhodes. Have something you'd like to see published on San Carlos and/or Belmont Patch? E-mail it to Editor Joan Dentler at joan.dentler@patch.com.]

Woodside High School's CalGames 2012 championship robotics competition this past Saturday, Oct. 13, was a big success.

There were 36 high school teams in attendance, and both gyms at Woodside were buzzing with excitement. 

Teams were honored with many different awards, and the following two three-team alliances made it to the Finals in the competition.

Notice that local robotics teams from Carlmont and Sequoia high schools are among the winning groups!

WRRF CalGames 2012 Champions (top winners):

Team 971 - Spartan Robotics from Mountain View High School

Team 254 - The Cheesy Poofs from Bellarmine College Prep

Team 766 - The M-A Bears from Menlo-Atherton High  

WRRF CalGames 2012 Finalists (#2 spot):

Team 1678 - Citrus Circuits from DaVinci Academy

Team 1671 - Buchanan Bird Brains from Buchanan High School

Team 100 - The WildHats - Members from Woodside, Carlmont and Sequoia High Schools


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