BHS robotics team qualifies for St. Louis

After battling their way through the FIRST Robotics regional competition in Portland, Ore., recently, the Bainbridge High School inaugural robotics club — the Spartronics — has qualified to compete in the world championship event in St. Louis, Mo.

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After battling their way through the FIRST Robotics regional competition in Portland, Ore., recently, the Bainbridge High School inaugural robotics club — the Spartronics — has qualified to compete in the world championship event in St. Louis, Mo.

“It has been an amazing run,” said Enriquee Chee, BHS physics teacher and Spartronics Head Coach. “After regionals in Portland last week, we were ranked 16th out of 153 teams in Washington and Oregon. The top 24 team in the Northwest region qualify for St. Louis, [and] 400 teams out of about 4,000 teams internationally will be competing [there].”

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