Loveland High School (LHS) is excited to announce that both LHS First Tech Challenge (FTC) Robotics teams – 5040 and 10464 – are headed to the state robotics competition! Both teams competed Saturday, Jan. 27, at the Cincinnati Qualifying Tournament at Walnut Hills High School. After competing in 26 matches in three qualifying tournaments, LHS Team 5040 remains undefeated in Ohio! Additionally, LHS Team 5040 and Team 10030, 7 Sigma, from Cincinnati scored the third highest score in the world!
“These accolades are a result of the hard work and dedication of the student team members and mentors; the program has evolved and expanded to meet the needs of our students,” said LHS Teacher and Robotics Coordinator Amy Stewart. “I am so proud of the teams, and expect a strong showing at the state competition!
“I think it is also important to say thank you to our sponsors. The robotics program would not be possible without the generous donations our teams receive from Adobe, American Legion, Blue Chip, Fraternal Order of the Eagles, Intelligrated, Johnson Controls, MH Equipment, Jarvis Global Investments, Chipotle, Paula Berryman Photography, Basco, and The Hershey Company.”
LHS congratulates 5040 on the following awards:
• Design, Innovate and Think Award Finalist
• Winner of Inspire Award and Winning Alliance
LHS congratulates 10464 on the following awards:
• Motivate, Control and Connect Award Finalist
• Winner of Think Award and Finalist Alliance
Both teams compete at the FTC Robotics State event February 17, 2018, at iSpace in Sharonville on the Scarlet Oaks Campus.
Photo caption: (Top Row, L to R) Nate Matuszak, Matt Spitzley, Bryce Reinhold, Brayden Watts, Mitchell McManis, Emily Kiehl, Nick Rasmussen, Jacob Chiarenzelli, and Jackson Daumeyer; (Second Row, L to R) Stephanie Spitzley, Kai Reinhold, Kat Sanderson, Lauren Timmins, Zoe Long, Evan Berryman, Haley Dues, Cooper Baumgarth, Ben Kavouras; (Bottom Row) Garrett Royal and Nathan Stewart (Photo Credit: Paula Berryman)