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Lynbrook Robotics to Send Three Teams to Regionals

Daisy Puca
Zero to Robo qualified for and will attend the regional robotics competition.

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The LHS robotics program has had a successful season, with three out of the four teams within the program qualifying for regionals, which will be on Sunday, Feb. 11.

Junior Koby Lazar, the team manager of the team Ctrl Alt Win, is very happy with the season that his team has been experiencing. He says, “The robotics program provides an excellent opportunity for people with different interests to come together and work on one project. Similar to a real working experience, everyone has tasks to work on and gets to collaborate in a fun environment. Specifically, my team has been very successful and will be going to the regional competitions very soon, go Ctrl Alt Win!”

The four teams in the Lynbrook Robotics program attended three qualifying competitions. In the first, second, and third competitions, Ctrl Alt Win came in first place, and in the third competition, the teams Task Main and Zero to Robo were also able to qualify for the next round. Evan Robinson, a sophomore engineer from the team Task Main, was also very happy with the results of the competition. He says, “I’m glad that almost all of the teams were able to qualify for regionals, and I’m hoping that we are able to go even further in the next competition.”

Last year, two of the four robotics teams reached new boundaries for Lynbrook by being the first robotics teams from Lynbrook to qualify for the regional competition. This year, they have upped their game, sending three of their four teams to regionals.

Amongst many prestigious award the robotics team has received this year, is the Control Award. The team Ctrl Alt Win was able to receive this award with the help of Sheen Alfred, a freshman, and her mentor, Jonathan Mordekovich. The Control Award is given to the team displaying the best programming of their robot in each of the 30-second rounds. Another award an LHS team was nominated for was the Rockwell-Collins Innovate Award, one given to the team that displays the most innovative techniques to win the game.

Sophomore Natalie Cardoso, the head of the engineering notebook on the team Ctrl Alt Win, was also very proud of the progress of her team and is excited for seasons to come. “As a member of the Lynbrook robotics program, robotics has brought together some of the most interesting people. It helps people find their strengths and gives them a voice to share your opinions and beliefs. Everyone works very hard to make the team better. I believe that our team will get further and further every year.”

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