Congratulations to our winning teams! Thank you all for your support, participation and dedication. Below is a recap of the divisions winners. Pictures of the event will be posted soon.
Acknowledgement of our sponsor, host, volunteers and staff
Sponsor: Benedict College, Dr. Leon Geter
Host: Richland County Public Library – Rebecca Thomas
Volunteers and Staff:
In Competition II, teams had to score 120 or more points to qualify for the trophy round.
Elementary School Competition II Winner
World of Faith Christian Center – Team 1
Middle School Competition II Winner
Kelly Mill Middle School – Tech Wave Team 1
High School Competition II Winner
Word of Faith Christian Center
|Elementary Division||Competition I||Competition II||Competition III||Division Winner|
|Macedonia Elementary Hawk Coders||0||62|
|Macedonia Elementary Rubriks Minds||0||37|
|Meadow Glen Elementary||52||0|
|WOFCC Elementary Team 1||17||168|
|WOFCC Elementary Team 2||0||9|
|Middle School Division|
|Kelly Mill Middle Team 1||58||170|
|Kelly Mill Middle Team 2||0||94|
|Longleaf Middle Team 1||33||117|
|Longleaf Middle Team 2||50||91|
|Saint Andrews Middle||36||52|
|W.G. Sanders - Robo Tiger||77||0|
|W.G. Sanders - Little Engineer||36||0|
|W.G. Sanders - Tech Team||76||0|
|High School Division|
Free Practice Workshops
The primary goal of the Tech League STEAM competition is to develop student’s critical thinking and problem solving skills through communication, collaboration and teamwork. To assist coaches in developing and fostering these skills, free workshops are available at IT-oLogy for teams to work on practice challenges. These workshops are in addition to their individual practice sessions.
**Registration for the April 28th, 2018 competition is now open with a deadline of April 20th.**
The new competition practice packet will be available March 2, 2018.
The competition challenges will be centered around programming and maneuvering robots and drones, and completing aeronautical mission via simulations.