FRC teams in the state of Texas competed under the “District Model” for the first time in 2019. As such (for the first time) all the top teams would face off at the TEXAS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP before sending our best robots to represent our state on the World Stage.
With 64 teams from all over Texas competing in one division - this event would be one of the most competitive tournaments in all of the FIRST Robotics Competition. On Saturday April 6th a UIL Texas State Champion in Robotics would be named.
After a tough but successful weekend in Dallas, the Robowranglers were tired, and disappointed with our performance. Even after two district wins, we were worried how Overhang would fare against the greatest teams in Texas. Would we be able to recover from our step-backward in Dallas? Would we be able tofight through this incredibly deep event which included at least two of the “Top 25” teams in the world?
We had a plan. We had two days to make robot improvements, and… we had one more trick up our sleeve. Ready or not… on Saturday April 6th a UIL Texas State Champion in Robotics would be named…Read More