The Sacred Heart Robostangs are off to another strong Robotics season.
On the afternoon of October 3, Sacred Heart School hosted the first Robotics VEX-IQ Tournament of the season. More than twenty-two teams from throughout the South Bay, signed on to test their skills under this year’s new and exciting robotics challenge. The new challenge is set by VEX, the largest robotics league that spans the globe in over 50 countries, 22,000 teams, and over a million students.
The Sacred Heart Robostangs Team 100B won the 3rd place in the competition. They are one of the 5 teams of Sacred Heart School’s VEX-IQ that competed in this tournament are also part of the 10 teams that are part of our Robostangs VEX Robotics Club spanning grades from third – eighth grades.
The Robotics season will end in January where the winning teams will advance to the State and hopefully once again to the World Robotics competition in Kentucky in the spring. We look forward to a great robotics season.