State Robotics Championship In Syracuse This Weekend

Nottingham High School Team Aiming For Fourth World Championship Bid

While VEX Robotic Competition may have only began 10 years ago in 2007, the local Nottingham High School team has qualified three times for the World Championships and are hoping to make a fourth this year. There are over 10,000 registered VEX teams in the World and over 300 in New York State alone, only adding to Nottingham's achievement. The team consists of four strong seniors that were part of last year's team that made it to the World Championships. The current team is made up of Fahim Rahman, Nasheet Usman, Tyrique Cundiff and Nick Lozoponi, each having their own responsibilities. They are advised by their technology teacher Bryan English.
 

This weekend the Nottingham team will be competing at the state level with hopes of moving on to the World Competition. The competition is open to the public and free to attend. It is held at the SRC Arena on Onondaga Community College's campus. It is tomorrow (Saturday, February 18th) from 7:00am until 5:00pm.
 

For more information visit robotevents.com and vexrobotics.com



 


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