FIRST Robotics in Maine

FIRST Robotics in Maine

No MaineFIRST Robotics team can accomplish what it accomplishes without the help of dedicated students, parents, friends, professional volunteers, corporate sponsors, school officials, community members, legislators...yes, even the Governor! Thank you to all who have contributed in any way to MaineFIRST teams.

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Maine has some great opportunities for kids to play hard at science and technology. FIRST Robotics is just that kind of opportunity, high school students working side by side with professionals in education and industry, developing skills and relationships that will last a lifetime. Help spread the word about FIRST, For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology.

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From the WPI Regional FIRST Robotics Competition:

Congratulations to the 3 [Maine] rookie teams who had a very successful FIRST regional at WPI on March 8 through March 10. All three teams had a GREAT showing.

Congratulations to FRC Team 3930 (Spruce Mountain High School) who won the Rookie All-Star Award. This qualifies them for the FIRST World Championship in St. Louis in April. This award celebrates the rookie team exemplifying a young but strong partnership effort, as well as implementing the mission of FIRST to inspire students to learn more about science and technology.

Congratulations to FRC Team 2648 (Messalonskee High School) who won the Engineering Inspiration Award. This qualifies them for the FIRST World Championship in St. Louis in April. This award celebrates outstanding success in advancing respect and appreciation for engineering and engineers, both within their school, as well as their community.

Jamee Luce

From the "Granite State" Regional FIRST Robotics Competition:

Congratulations to FIRST Team 58 from South Portland on their victory at the Granite State Regional. The Riot Crew (team 58) teamed up with Team 131 CHAOS and Team 1831 the Screaming Eagles. Their unique rotating arm was extremely fun to watch and I don't believe it missed a shot all weekend!

Also congratulations to teams 133, BERT from Standish, 3597 Robo-Ranglers from Kittery, 172 Northern Force from Falmouth/Gorham, and 3609 Duct Tape Dragons From South Portland for their trip to the quarter-finals.

Team 3451 -Team Boss also competed in Manchester.

Mark Bourque