Robotics teams from Dundy Co. Stratton and Chase County Schools competed in a scrimmage Saturday at CCS. (Courtesy photo)
Students compete at impromptu robotics scrimmage at CCS
Kim Wilson, Science teacher and STEM advisor at Chase County Schools (CCS), put together a last minute robotics scrimmage at CCS Saturday.
The scrimmage was held between CCS and Dundy Co. Stratton (DCS) robotics teams.
Results of the scrimmage were DCS and CCS, two teams each, tying for first with five wins and two losses.
Wilson said the teams competed in an alliance with every other team at least once and against every other team at least once.
Wins were counted for alliances so if your alliance (team of 2) wins, your team counts the win whether or not you scored any points, she said.
“It was a good learning experience, and we didn’t have to travel all the way across the state to participate. Hopefully we can do it again before the end of February,” Wilson said