Loveland High School (LHS) congratulates both First Tech Challenge (FTC) Robotics teams for exceptional performances Saturday, Dec. 9, at two separate competitions; both will advance to the FTC Robotics State Tournament in February.
“I’m thrilled for our students,” said LHS Project Lead the Way Teacher and Robotics Advisor Amy Stewart. “Loveland's two FTC Robotics teams started the Ohio season strong. Both 5040 and 10464 won multiple awards – they deserve to advance to the state tournament, and we are all proud of what they have achieved.”
LHS Robotics Team 5040 competed in Dayton, serving as the captain of the Winning Alliance, which secured the team’s advancement to the state tournament. They also won the First Place Design Award and Second Place Control Award.
LHS Robotics Team 10464 competed in Newark, winning the Second Place Promote Award, Second Place Control Award, Third Place Innovate Award, Second Place Connect Award, and Second Place Think Award. Team 10464 also won the coveted First Place Inspire Award which earned them advancement to the state tournament.
Top Photo caption: LHS Robotics Team 5040 at a successful competition in Dayton Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017.
Photo caption: LHS Robotics Team 10464 ready to advance to state from the Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017, competition in Newark.