The FLL Minions won the Programming Award at their Regional Tournament in Elk River. They moved on to Sectionals and State where they won 1st in their Division in both Robot Design and Research Quality, as well as winning a Judges Award.
This page shows all of Sherburne County Robotics Teams’ achievements, advancements and awards in current and past seasons.
2016-17 – FLL: Animal Allies & FTC: Velocity Vortex
The JP2 Rockslides won the Core Values Award, and got 1st in Head-to-Head at their Regional and Sectional tournaments, as well as 1st in Robot game at Regionals, in Elk River. At State, they were 1st in their Division in Research Quality, Innovative Solution, and Robot Design as well as 4th in Head-to-Heads, and 3rd overall champions. They have advanced to the FLL World Festival in St. Louis, MO where they got 25th out of 108 teams in Robot Game, as well as qualified for all three Core Values awards.
The Jp2 Programmers won the Programming award at their Regional tournament in Elk River, won the Core Values award at the Sectional tournament, and at State, they were 1st place in their division in Robot Design.
The Shredders did great in their second year, where they won the Core Values Award at their Regional Tournament in Elk River.
The Cat in the Hat comes back performed very well at their November regional tournament. They were the first pick of the third place alliance and were finalists in the PTC award and the Think award. They won the Connect award and took third place for the Inspire award which means a trip to state! In addition, they submitted a video of their coach and he won. Their January regional tournament also went well. They were chosen on the 4th place alliance and won the Rockwell-Collins award and the 3D printing award. At the State tournament, they received callbacks for both outreach and 3D printing in judging, and resubmitted the Compass award.
2015-16 – FLL Trash Trek
The FLL Minions won the Project Award at the North Branch Regional tournament, the Core Values award at the Elk River Sectional tournament, and got a callback for Core Values at the State Tournament .
The JP2 Rockslides won the Project Award at their Regional and State tournaments, and won 4th in Head-to-Head, 1st in Core Values, and 2nd in Project. They got 6 out of 7 callbacks and placed in the top 7 teams.
The JP2 Programmers won a Judges award this year.
A rookie team, the Shredders, won the Innovative Design and Head-to-Head award.
2014-15 – FLL World Class: Learning Unleashed
The FLL Minions won the Project Award at the Elk River Regional Tournament and took 3rd place.
The JP2 Rockslides won the Programming Award, took first place at the Elk River Regional tournament, and advanced to State where they took 15th place out of 73 teams there.
The JP2 Programmers won the Core Values Award, took second place at the Elk River Regional tournament, and advanced to State where they took 54th place out of 73 teams there.
2013-14 FLL Season – Nature’s Fury
The FLL Minions won the Head-to-Head competition at the Elk River Regional Tournament!
In their rookie season, the JP2 Rockslides won the Project Award at the Elk River Regional Tournament and ranked 3rd place overall there.
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