FIRST Washington Robotics Competition – April 2, 2022





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West Valley hosts its annual robotics event for teams from across the Northwest.

  • The FIRST Washington Robotics team from St. George’s School drives their robot in competition on Saturday, April 2, 2022 at West Valley School. The First Washington Robotics competition gives the team a task, in this case picking up rubber balls and throwing them into a goal, then brings the teams together for a friendly competition.

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  • The gym floor at West Valley High School was filled with a carpeted arena for the FIRST Washington Robotics competition on Saturday, April 2, 2022. Eighteen teams from Washington and Oregon competed to see if their robots could pick up rubber balls and throw them into the goal.

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  • West Valley High School’s FIRST Washington Robotics team drives their robot in competition on Saturday, April 2, 2022 at West Valley School. The First Washington Robotics competition gives the team a task, in this case picking up rubber balls and throwing them into a goal, then brings the teams together for a friendly competition. Team driver Will Logan, left, coach Gabe Rose, middle, and Faythe Lloyd, right compete in the regional contest in Spokane on Saturday, April 2, 2022.

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  • The FIRST Washington Robotics team from St. George’s School drives their robot in competition on Saturday, April 2, 2022 at West Valley School. The First Washington Robotics competition gives the team one task, in this case, picking up rubber balls and throwing them into a goal. The St. George’s team consists of Mason Foster, left, Ethan Wu, center, and Finley Wolff, right.

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  • Team pilot Andrew Link, left, and operator Berlyn Hegg, right, compete in the FIRST Washington Robotics competition and check out their robot mid-competition Saturday, March 2, 2022 at West Valley High School. Behind the two high schoolers, coach Robert Lopez, left, watches Link and Hegg, who are members of the Palouse High School Vikotics team. Teams brought their robots to the competition, which required the machines to pick up rubber balls and toss them into a goal, then park and lift onto a rack.

    Jesse Tinley The Spokesperson’s Review

  • The FIRST Washington Robotics team from St. George’s School drives their robot in competition on Saturday, April 2, 2022 at West Valley School. The First Washington Robotics competition gives the team one task, in this case, picking up rubber balls and throwing them into a goal. The St. George’s team consists of Mason Foster, left, Ethan Wu, center, and Finley Wolff, right.

    Jesse Tinley The Spokesperson’s Review

  • Team Pilot Andrew Link, foreground, Coach Roert Lopez, left, and Operator Berlyn Hegg, right, participate in FIRST Washington Robotics on Saturday, March 2, 2022 at West Valley High School. Lopez, Link, and Hegg are members of the Palouse High School Vikotics team.

    Jesse Tinley The Spokesperson’s Review

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