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FIRST Robotics Team #145 Wins a Spot in the Finals at the NY Tech Valley Regional

Troy, NY—The Chenango County FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Team joined 37 other teams from 2 countries, 6 states (Indiana, Maryland, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia) and the District of Columbia at the New York Tech Valley Regional Competition in Troy on March 14th and 15th to compete in this year’s challenge, “AERIAL ASSIST™?

By the close of the two-day event, Team 145 had secured a place as a Regional finalist with The Dynamos, Teams 250 (Colonie High School, Colonie NY) and Équipe Team 3990: Tech for Kids (Montréal (Québec). In the best two out of three matches 145 lost to the #1 ranked alliance after one of our alliance partner's robot failed during the second and third matches. Team 20 (on the winning alliance team), posted ?45's hammer was making shots all day, and their smart drivers knew how to skid around defense with their mecanum drive.?Even so, the matches were very close all the way to the end. Team mentor, Mike Caruso said, “Our robot (Terror) performed consistently and as designed. The game (Aerial Assist) was more physical than I expected.?br />
This competition is touted as “the hardest fun ever?by FIRST founders. The FIRST® Robotics Competition (FRC) is the premier engineering challenge for high school students. Teams of students, working closely with teachers and volunteer mentors, have six weeks to design, conceptualize, build, program, modify and test a robot to participate in a competition that changes each year. The students from Norwich and Sherburne-Earlville Schools agreed enthusiastically that building a robot that was able to outsmart and outperform most of the robots in the competition, was worth the 2500 hours of work that was put into creating “Terror? “It's the most terrifying, stressful and rewarding fun anyone will ever encounter!?said Team Captain Andrew Biviano.

Team parents Larry and Kate Conant said, “Each year that we go, we continue to be amazed by the competition and how well team TRX 145 stacks up! I wish more residents in Norwich and surrounding communities were aware of this team’s accomplishments and expertise in these events. Norwich has a long-standing and well respected team in the FIRST community. We are very fortunate to have such talented and dedicated mentors, devoting their time and knowledge to these kids. It is refreshing to see how these kids put their academics into practice and have an opportunity to not only inspire but be inspired. Great life lessons!?br />
The New York Tech Valley regional is a new FRC event and is located on the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute campus in the state-of-the-art East Campus Athletic Village Arena (ECAV). This year the students with Team T-Rx 145 decided to compete at this new venue with their robot “Terror?due to the location being closer and also being eligible for a NASA grant if participating in the new competition. Team145 was also excited to be presented with the Engineering Excellence Award for the robot design and its flawless operation throughout the event! (This award is given to only 1 team at each regional and is high praise from the panel of judges).

The following students and mentors were involved in this year’s challenge; (Norwich students) Andrew Biviano, Ben Burlew, Kaiser Clipston, Marcus Currie, Matt Girgenti, Vinny Loscavio, Frank Marino-Moore, Nicole Mealey, Stephanie Meyer, Artemis Peptis, Wyatt Sands, Ben Scheer, Maddy Voss (Sherburne students) Anthony Albertina, Mattea Guldy, Courtney Kimble, Abby Ryan, Kenny Ulrich and (mentors) Nate Beckwith, Mike Caruso, John Chrisbacher, Mike Combes, Chris Klatt, Tom Murray, Will Rexroat, Audrey Robinson, Jon Ryan, Jim Sergio, David Sersen, and Dave Sheldon.

The team would like to thank NASA and corporate sponsors, Norwich Pharma Services, Inc., NBT Bank, The Balloon Detail and our supporting sponsors; Chenango Valley Technologies, Strategic Management Solutions, Norwich Rotary, Independent Network Operations, Margaret Murray, the American Legion Post 189, the Herbert & Mariea Brown Charitable Trust, the H William Smith Foundation, and all the individuals who provided support to the team. A special thank-you to Giltner’s Paint and Floor Covering for the use of their truck to transport “Terror?to the competition.

The team is currently planning for additional competitions in the spring, future robotics presentations and an awards ceremony. For more information on FIRST, visit the team website at www.trx145.net or the FIRST site at www.usfirst.org and like our Team T-Rx Facebook page.


Accomplished inventor Dean Kamen founded FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) in 1989 to inspire an appreciation of science and technology in young people. Based in Manchester, N.H., FIRST designs accessible, innovative programs to build self‐confidence, knowledge, and life skills while motivating young people to pursue opportunities in science, technology, and engineering.

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The 2014 Game - Aerial Assist

This year's game is named Aerial Assault. Aerial Assist is played by two competing Alliances of three robots each on a flat 25?x 54?foot field, straddled by a truss suspended just over five feet above the floor. The objective is to score as many balls in goals as possible during a two (2)-minute and 30-second match. The more Alliances score their ball in their goals, and the more they work together to do it, the more points their Alliance receives.

Watch the Aerial Assault Game Animation

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