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1996 – Hexagon Havic

 

West Ottawa was one of the 74 teams to attend the National Championship held on stage at Walt Disney’s Epcot Center from April 18 to 20, 1996.   West Ottawa placed eighth out of the seventy-four teams.

 

 

FIRST FACTS:

Number of Teams: 94

Events Held: 2

 

Robot Size:

 120 pounds

 Fit inside a 36” Cube

 

Brief Game Description:

In two minute matches, the three robots, with their human partners, score points by placing the balls in the central goal. The balls may be carried, pushed or thrown into the goal by the robots. The human players are not allowed on the playing field as they are seat-belted down at their stations, but they may score points by throwing ball(s) into the central goal. Points are awarded for balls located in the central goal at the conclusion of each two minute match.

 

 

Top 10 Teams:

1. Harris Corporation/Rochester Institute of Technology & Edison Technical School (Rochester, NY) [National Champion]

2. E-Systems ECI Division & Lakewood High School (St. Petersburg, FL) [Finalist]

3. Procter & Gamble Company & Walnut Hills High School (Cincinnati, OH) [Semi-Finalist]

4. NYNEX & Quincy Public Schools (Quincy, MA) [Semi-Finalist]

5. Hamilton Standard Space Systems International & Enrico Fermi High School (Windsor Locks/Enfield, CT)

6. Osram Sylvania, Inc. & Manchester Central High School (Manchester, NH)

7. Xerox Corporation & Joseph C. Wilson Magnet High School (Webster/Rochester, NY)

8. Prince Corporation & West Ottawa High School (Holland, MI)

9. Stratus Computer/Water Instrument Operations & Assabet Valley Regional Vocational High School (Marlboro, MA)

10. Beatty Machine and Manufacturing & Clark/Gavit/Hammond/Morton High School (Hammond, IN)

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1996 – Hexagon Havic

 

West Ottawa was one of the 74 teams to attend the National Championship held on stage at Walt Disney’s Epcot Center from April 18 to 20, 1996.   West Ottawa placed eighth out of the seventy-four teams.

 

 

FIRST FACTS:

Number of Teams: 94

Events Held: 2

 

Robot Size:

 120 pounds

 Fit inside a 36” Cube

 

Brief Game Description:

In two minute matches, the three robots, with their human partners, score points by placing the balls in the central goal. The balls may be carried, pushed or thrown into the goal by the robots. The human players are not allowed on the playing field as they are seat-belted down at their stations, but they may score points by throwing ball(s) into the central goal. Points are awarded for balls located in the central goal at the conclusion of each two minute match.

 

 

Top 10 Teams:

1. Harris Corporation/Rochester Institute of Technology & Edison Technical School (Rochester, NY) [National Champion]

2. E-Systems ECI Division & Lakewood High School (St. Petersburg, FL) [Finalist]

3. Procter & Gamble Company & Walnut Hills High School (Cincinnati, OH) [Semi-Finalist]

4. NYNEX & Quincy Public Schools (Quincy, MA) [Semi-Finalist]

5. Hamilton Standard Space Systems International & Enrico Fermi High School (Windsor Locks/Enfield, CT)

6. Osram Sylvania, Inc. & Manchester Central High School (Manchester, NH)

7. Xerox Corporation & Joseph C. Wilson Magnet High School (Webster/Rochester, NY)

8. Prince Corporation & West Ottawa High School (Holland, MI)

9. Stratus Computer/Water Instrument Operations & Assabet Valley Regional Vocational High School (Marlboro, MA)

10. Beatty Machine and Manufacturing & Clark/Gavit/Hammond/Morton High School (Hammond, IN)