Panthers Continue Winning Ways

November 18, 2017

Panther Robotics had 6 teams competing against 33 other middle and high school teams from around the state on November 18th.   

  • Team 6842C "Cobra Kai" (Alexander Boeckmann, Tucker Hoskins, Daniel de Dios, Sragvee Atluri) went 6 - 0 and finished in the #2 spot and had a great showing throughout the elimination rounds.

  • Team 6842Z "PigPen" (Zach Phelps, Humza Raza, Catherine Niculescu, Edward Hu) dominated again, going 6-0 in the Qualifying Round and entering the Elimination Round as the #3 seed and were picked by the Bow Tie Bot from Triton Central for the #1 position.  Ultimately, they were crowned Tournament Champions (the fourth Tournament Championship in a row).  

  • Team 6842V "Viper" (Christian Patrick, Drew Pisacane) had an exciting day also finishing 6-0 in the qualifying round and entered the elimination round as the #3 seed and ended up going all the way to the finals to battle PigPen.  It was a hard battle and Viper finished in a very respectable second place.

  • Team 6742B “The Borg” (Thomas Allen, Aakrit Mehrotra, Alex Ward, Jathan Pai) did well also finishing 4-2 in the qualifying round and making it to the semi-finals

  • Team 6842W “War Dogs” (Sullivan Watson) went 1 – 5 and was picked to play in the elimination rounds.

  • Team 6842Y “Stink Eye” (Yash Dandamudi, Matthew Gomez, Matthew Bender) experienced two motor failures and went 0-6 and finished at the bottom of the pack.  They were thrilled to also be picked to play in the final rounds.

  • PigPen also won the Driving and Programming Skills Championship and the Excellence Award.


Next weekend two Panther Robotics teams will compete at Anderson University’s In the Zone Tournament. 

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