Greenhills’ Robotics Advances to the 2019 World Championship

After a successful six-week build season, three district competitions, and a strong effort at the state championship, the Greenhills’ Robotics Team, The Lawnmowers, have qualified to compete in the FIRST Robotics World Championships in Detroit!

Team 5530 is currently ranked 60th out of nearly 600 teams in our state due in large part to the the creativity, persistence, and problem solving of the students on the team.

We invite everyone in the Greenhills’ community to join us in person, or in spirit, at Cobo Center and Ford Field in Detroit on April 25-27 to cheer on Team 5530 and Larry the Lawnmower as the team enjoys competing with and against robotics teams from around the world.

For more details about the First Robotics Competition (FRC) event and schedule visit here: https://www.firstchampionship.org/detroit

Thanks to everyone- Parents, Mentors, Staff, Administration and our Faculty Colleagues, and our sponsors Ford, NITS Solutions, and Amesite, for supporting the team.

Best to everyone,
Alex and Charles


Team photo taken by Christian Latoskie

Pictured:
Andrew Angold-Stephens, Stuart Atkinsmith, Shivan Amin, Clara Ballard, Katie Ballard, Lawrence Bitzer, Sydney Cha, Tina Chao, Max Colis, Sandro de Oliveira, Graham Dittmar, Catherine Ferrey, Emily Gitlin, Amon Green, Kenya Hall, Sean Henry, Sidney Jones, Matthew Karpenko, Robert Keller, Ryan Kersten, Nathan Koh, Johannes Kretzler, Peter Lastoskie, Pepe Martin, Patrick Quinn, Aryan Seth, William Stephens, Jake Zell, Thomas Zeng, and Alan Zhu,

Present but not Pictured:
Shaman Garcia, Alex Cole, Alex Schneider and Justin Yu.

Mentors/Parents Pictured or Present:
Alllison Angold-Stephens, Craig Angold-Stephens, Charles Dershimer, Stephen Graham, Jeremy Green, Nadine Hall, Shannon Hall, Robert Keller, Christian Latoskie, Deb Meyer, Alex Monte-Sano, Anne Marie Sastry, Tom Quinn, and Howie Yang.

 

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