The game for the 2004 season requires robots to collect and pass 13” balls to the human player to then shoot them into fixed and moveable goals. There are three 30” balls on the playing field that can be placed on top of any goal by a robot, which will double the point value in the goal. Additionally, robots may attempt to “hang’ from a 10’ bar.
Events Attended: Great Lakes Regional, Newton Division
Schools: Salem High, Canton High, Plymouth High, Catholic Central High.
Milestones: Robotics Parents & Mentors (RPM) was formed at the start of the season to take the workload of travel and hotel reservations as well as team meals. First year that the Brian Graham Mentor Leader Award (BGMLA) was given to our mentors Brian Graham and Mr. Obsniuk
This year’s Smugmug: https://lightningrobotics.smugmug.com/2004-Season
This year’s Blue Alliance: https://www.thebluealliance.com/team/862/2004