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1997 – Toroid Terror

 

This was the year were team numbers were assigned alphabetically.  West Ottawa was team number 115.  The team attended two events this year.  The first event was the Motorola Midwest Regional held in Illinois held at Harper College. This event contained a total of 38 teams and was held March 6 through 8, 1997. The second event was the National Championship held at Walt Disney’s Epcot Center April 10 to 12, 1997.  The National Championship event was attended by 113 teams. At the Midwest Regional we won the Johnson & Johnson Sportsmanship Award.

 

FIRST FACTS:

Number of Teams: 151

 

Events Held:

 3 Regionals

  1 Championship

 

Robot Size:

 120 pounds

 Fit inside a 3’ x 3’ x 4’ space

 

Brief Game Description:

In two minute matches, the three robots and human players score points by placing the inner tubes onto pegs in the goal, or around the top of the goal. The tubes are color coded to identify team ownership. Human players are not allowed onto the field, but they may hand tubes to the robots or throw tubes directly onto the goal.

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1997 – Toroid Terror

 

This was the year were team numbers were assigned alphabetically.  West Ottawa was team number 115.  The team attended two events this year.  The first event was the Motorola Midwest Regional held in Illinois held at Harper College. This event contained a total of 38 teams and was held March 6 through 8, 1997. The second event was the National Championship held at Walt Disney’s Epcot Center April 10 to 12, 1997.  The National Championship event was attended by 113 teams. At the Midwest Regional we won the Johnson & Johnson Sportsmanship Award.

 

FIRST FACTS:

Number of Teams: 151

 

Events Held:

 3 Regionals

  1 Championship

 

Robot Size:

 120 pounds

 Fit inside a 3’ x 3’ x 4’ space

 

Brief Game Description:

In two minute matches, the three robots and human players score points by placing the inner tubes onto pegs in the goal, or around the top of the goal. The tubes are color coded to identify team ownership. Human players are not allowed onto the field, but they may hand tubes to the robots or throw tubes directly onto the goal.