Students build robots for national competition

May 20, 2011

FIRST, or For Inspirations and Recognition of Science and Technology) is an innovative robotics competition which builds knowledge of science, technology and engineering.  Students work under strict rules, limited resources and time limits to design, build and program a robot to perform a specific function based on sound engineering principles.  Students competed in head-to-head competitions against other teams from across Texas, United States and Mexico. 

The following students were winners in the competition:

Francis Daniel Angeles Brandeis High School
Adriel  Angeles Brandeis High School
Matthew Blake Brandeis High School
Jose Cantu Brandeis High School
Eshan Halekote Brandeis High School
Robert LaVallee Brandeis High School
Zachary Rispoli Brandeis High School
Samantha Rizo Brandeis High School
Jonas Fuglaas Brandeis High School
Gabriel Guerrero Brandeis High School
Gang Peng Brandeis High School
Robert Voorhis Brandeis High School
Austin Zurcher Brandeis High School
Karan Chadha Brandeis High School
Mavrick Jewell Brandeis High School
Samantha LaVallee Brandeis High School
Paige Petersen Brandeis High School
Efrain Rivera Brandeis High School
Yanfeng  Zhao Brandeis High School
Patrick Serna Jay Science and Engineering Academy
Brianna Black Jay Science and Engineering Academy
Callie Downs Jay Science and Engineering Academy
Kira Holland Jay Science and Engineering Academy
Wesley Pennock Jay Science and Engineering Academy
Lory Gallegos Jay Science and Engineering Academy
Nicholas Galindo Jay Science and Engineering Academy
Morgan Sinko Jay Science and Engineering Academy
Andrew Markley Jay Science and Engineering Academy
Leonie Versteeg Jay Science and Engineering Academy
Gus Garcia Jay Science and Engineering Academy
Joseph Langus Jay Science and Engineering Academy
Daniel Krause Jay Science and Engineering Academy