Murrieta Valley Qualifies Two Teams to Advance to the State Championship
Murrieta Valley sent four Robotics Teams to King High School in Riverside to compete in the final VEX Regional Robotics Championship Tournament of the year. The Nighthawks competed against 32 teams representing various schools from all over Southern California.
All 32 teams were playing this year’s game “In the Zone”, including the 4 from MV. This was the last opportunity for 3 of the Murrieta Valley Teams to try and qualify for the State Championship. Team 569C had qualified earlier in the season. The pressure was intense.
“All 4 of our Murrieta Valley teams performed brilliantly and made the playoffs” said Robotics Club Adviser Kevin Bradley. “Team 569B rallied and went on to win the final regional tournament of the year.
“Even though two of our teams will not be moving on, all four teams have worked tirelessly since August at perfecting not only their bots, but the engineering process” said Bradley. “Please congratulate all of the Students on a job well done”.
Darrion De Shong