The Hardin-Houston Robotics Team places first


Staff report



The Hardin-Houston 5th and 6th grade Robotics Team competed in the Lego Robotics Competition at Honda on Nov. 19. The Houston Wild-Bots took first place. The team members include (from left to right): Megan Maier, McKynna Holbrooks, Shea Gordon, Ryan Ely, Alex Kellersmith, Bryce Sauvie, and Brodie Nishwitz.

The Hardin-Houston 5th and 6th grade Robotics Team competed in the Lego Robotics Competition at Honda on Nov. 19. The Houston Wild-Bots took first place. The team members include (from left to right): Megan Maier, McKynna Holbrooks, Shea Gordon, Ryan Ely, Alex Kellersmith, Bryce Sauvie, and Brodie Nishwitz.


Honda sponsored a Lego Robotics scrimmage in Anna on Nov. 19. Eleven teams participated in the scrimmage. An engineer was assigned to work with each of the teams and provided an opportunity for students to learn problem-solving from a professional. The Houston Wild-Bots finished in first place.


HOUSTON — The Hardin-Houston 5th and 6th grade Robotics Team competed in the Lego Robotics Competition at Honda on Nov. 19.

A total of eleven teams competed. The Houston Wild-Bots took first place with a commanding lead at 277 points. The second place team came in with 219 points. The team members include: Megan Maier, McKynna Holbrooks, Shea Gordon, Ryan Ely, Alex Kellersmith, Bryce Sauvie, and Brodie Nishwitz.

The school wants to wish a big congratulations to coaches Dr. Kellersmith and Mrs. Monnin and the team.

The Hardin-Houston 5th and 6th grade Robotics Team competed in the Lego Robotics Competition at Honda on Nov. 19. The Houston Wild-Bots took first place. The team members include (from left to right): Megan Maier, McKynna Holbrooks, Shea Gordon, Ryan Ely, Alex Kellersmith, Bryce Sauvie, and Brodie Nishwitz.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/11/web1_robotics-team-1.jpgThe Hardin-Houston 5th and 6th grade Robotics Team competed in the Lego Robotics Competition at Honda on Nov. 19. The Houston Wild-Bots took first place. The team members include (from left to right): Megan Maier, McKynna Holbrooks, Shea Gordon, Ryan Ely, Alex Kellersmith, Bryce Sauvie, and Brodie Nishwitz.

Honda sponsored a Lego Robotics scrimmage in Anna on Nov. 19. Eleven teams participated in the scrimmage. An engineer was assigned to work with each of the teams and provided an opportunity for students to learn problem-solving from a professional. The Houston Wild-Bots finished in first place.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/11/web1_HoustonRobotics.jpgHonda sponsored a Lego Robotics scrimmage in Anna on Nov. 19. Eleven teams participated in the scrimmage. An engineer was assigned to work with each of the teams and provided an opportunity for students to learn problem-solving from a professional. The Houston Wild-Bots finished in first place.

Staff report