VEX Team Qualifies for State Tournament

Posted: December 10, 2015

The Cheesy Poofs Robotics Team 254C advanced to the state tournament with a win at the Fifth Annual Central Valley Nothing But Net VEX competition on December 5. The Bells sent three teams to the competition which was held at Modesto Junior College.

The competition game for 2015-2016, Nothing But Net, involves shooting as many foam balls as possible into the goal. Bellarmine Team 254B and 254C made it to the semifinal rounds, at which time Team 254B was eliminated. Team 254C, along with their alliance partners, Team 3396, The Galaxies, came out on top in the finals, and took first place in the over competition with 5 wins, 0 losses, 10 Win Points and 402 Strength of Schedule Points.

Team 254F received the Judges Award for their software implementation design.

Team Members

Team 254C Bryon Tjanaka
Dylan Tjanaka
Varun Gnanasekaran
John Feghali
Team 254B Julian To
Themis Hadjiioannou
Justin Ramirez
Team 254F Ford Hooper
Nolan Kriech

The state tournament will take place in March 2016.

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