The 2011 game challenge will be unveiled five weeks from Saturday! The Team 980 Kickoff event will occur on Jan 8 at TBD site. Team 980 is registered for Regional competitions in San Diego (Mar 10-12) and Long Beach (Mar 24-26) and the FIRST Championship in St. Louis, MO (Apr 27-30, return on May 1).
New blog post: Robotics Club Team 980: John Burroughs HS https://team980.com/team980-test/2010/10/23/robotics-club-team-980-john-burroughs-hs/
The Robotics Club Team 980 of John Burroughs HS held its first meeting, Friday (Oct. 22) in the school’s Woods Shop (Mr. John Benne, instructor). Seniors Aaron Rifkin, Galina Malakhova and Alex Martinez introduced a large group of students the FIRST Robotics Competition program. We are VERY pleased that 17 students have expressed interest in
New blog post: Team 980 has registered for 2011 season! https://team980.com/team980-test/2010/09/30/team-980-has-registered-for-2011-season/
Team 980 has registered for it’s 10th season in the FIRST Robotics Competition program. We’ve registered for the Los Angeles Regional, to be held at the Long Beach Sports Arena on March 24-26. This is our “home” regional event where we have won two of our three Regional Championships and twice were Regional Finalists. The
The 2010 SCRRF Fall Classic robotics competition will be held at John Burroughs High School on Saturday, Sept 25. Team 980 is the event host, coordinating the venue and volunteers for the competition. The competition is being played in the very modern, large, air-conditioned Main Gymnasium. The gymnasium accommodates sixteen pits as well as the
Team 980 built a “stand-alone” t-shirt cannon designed to be easily mounted onto a robot chassis for demonstration and outreach events. Starting just after our return from IRI, an air-powered cannon was designed, built and tested in less than two weeks. Several Team 980 students, particularly Joey, Galina, Aaron, Alex, Alejandro, Bruno, and Laura worked
Team 980 competed in it’s seventh IRI event on July 16-17. We faced very stiff competition from the field of 78 top-notch FIRST Robotics Competition team. Except for a radio failure in our first match, our robot and drive team performed quite well in our matches. In the end, we were among 45 other teams