2018 - FIRST Power Up

The Game

The new game was announced on January 6. It involves two alliances of three teams each, with each team controlling a robot and performing specific tasks on a field to score points. The game has a retro 8-bit theme and teams are required to place milk crates, or "power cubes", on large balancing scales to tip the scale and gain ownership. Alliances can also trade power cubes for power ups, giving them a temporary advantage in the game. At the end of the game, robots can climb the tower attached to the center balancing scale using a rung attached to the tower, giving them additional points. You can learn more about the rules of the game here.

 

Our Team

This year, our FRC team consists of 59 students and 15 amazing mentors!



Our Robot

Our Robots name is Breakout.

Competition

Championship - Roebling - Houston, Texas (April 18-21, 2018)

  
 
   Quarter Finalist
4191, IMC
3959, MecTec
2584, Reseda Regents Robotics
1983, Skunk Works Robotics

Pacific Nortwest Championship - Portland, Oregon (April 4-7, 2018)



   Quarter Finalist
5803, Apex Robotics
5920, VIKotics
1983, Skunk Works Robotics

Idaho Regional - Boise, Idaho (March 28-31, 2018)


Industrial Design Award Sponsored by General Motors

Semi Finalist
3256, WarriorBorgs
4598, Icarus Innovated
1983, Skunk Works Robotics

Pacific Northwest District Competition - Glacier Peak, Washington (March 23-25, 2018)


Quality Award by Motorola Solutions Foundation

Winner
2910, Jack In The Bot
5827, Code Purple
1983, Skunk Wworks Robotics

Pacific Northwest District Competition - Auburn Washington (March 16-18, 2018)


Quality Award by Motorola Solutions Foundation

Winner
5803, Apex Robotics
2907, Lion Robotics
1983, Skunk Works Robotics
Woodie Flowers Finalist Mentor David Weeks
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