Arizona North Regional Results
At the end of qualifications Plasma was ranked 29th with a record of 5-4-0. The team was the #2 pick for the #1 seed alliance led by The Cheesy Poofs (FRC 254) and #1 pick Falcon Robotics (FRC 842). The alliance went on to win the regional. If you were not able to be there to cheer the team on, check out the exciting action in the Finals 1 and Finals 2 matches.
Plasma sends a big “Thank You” to our great alliance partners. The team is now preparing for the Arizona West regional and the Championships in Houston.
is here! The 2018 Build Season has begun. This year there are more than 91,000 high-school students on 3,647 teams from 27 countries who will be competing in either 55 Regionals or many District competitions.
There are $50M of college scholarships available to FIRST students this year. Do not forget to check them out if you are looking to go to college! For more information go here.
Good luck to all teams and may we meet at Championships.
The 2017 Sanghi Foundation Arizona State Championship
The 2017 Arizona State Championships were held on October 21, 2017 at Arizona State University. The top 30 teams in Arizona competed in a single day qualifier and elimination series of matches. Plasma Robotics record of 6-2-0 made it the Alliance 1 captain at the end of the qualifier matches. Unfortunately the alliance was eliminted in the first playoff round.
Arizona FRC State Championship 2017
The Sanghi Foundation 2017 Arizona FRC State Championship is 1 week away!! Good luck to all teams that are participating. Make sure you sign the ASU waiver or else you will not be allowed to participate.
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2018 Game Names
The 2018 FIRST competition names are all finally known. The FRC competition is named POWER UP. Check out our game page for the teaser video. The FTC competition is named RELIC RECOVERY. The FLL competition is named HYDRO DYNAMICS. All FTC and FLL teams should be busy at work already since the clocks have started.
We wish all teams at all levels good luck. Don’t forget to have fun too!
Arizona FRC State Championship 2017
The Sanghi Foundation 2017 Arizona FRC State Championship will be held October 20 & 21, 2017. The top 30 teams in Arizona will face off to see who will take home the blue banner. The ranking calculations were based on the district model, using only the 1st Steamworks event each Arizona FRC team participated in.
The FIRST Festival of Champions 2017 is over…
The Festival went to 5 matches! The Houston Champions got out to an early 2-0 lead before the St. Louis Champions rallied back and managed to win the next 3 meatches and the event. Congratulations to the winning alliance: FRC Teams 2767 (Stryke Force), 254, (The Cheesy Poofs), 862 (Lightning Robotics) & 1676 (The Pascack PI-oneers)
Some interesting statistics about the matches:
The average rotor points in autonomous: 78
The percentage of alliances getting 1 rotor in autonomous: 100%
The percentage of alliances getting 2 rotors in autonomous: 30%
The average fuel points in autonomous: 35
The average high goal score in teleop: 107.60
The average final match score: 470.60
The average winning score: 525.60
The percentage of alliances with 4 rotors at the end of the match: 80%
The percentage of matches won with 4 rotors & kPA bonus: 50%
The FIRST Festival of Champions 2017
The first FIRST Festival of Champions will be held July 28th & 29th in Manchest, NH. We wish all the Champions good luck at this inaugural event.
St. Louis Championships are over…
The Houston Championships are over…
Time to fly!
Now that build season is over it is time to see whose airships can fly and whose will remain grounded. Good luck to all FRC teams!
The 2017 FRC Challenge!
The 2017 FRC Challenge & Teaser
The 2017 FRC challenge will be announced on January 7th. Check out the teaser here.
The 2016 Sanghi Foundation Arizona FIRST Robotics State Championship
The 2016 Arizona State Championships were held on October 15, 2016 at Arcadia High School. The top 30 teams from around the state competed in a single day qualifier and elimination series of matches. Plasma Robotic finished high enough to be an alliance captain. Unfortunately after several tough matches the team only walked away with 4th place. Congratulations to the winning teams: Pridetronics (FRC 3853), Falcon Robotics (FRC 842) and Team CAUTION (FRC 1492).
The 2016 FRC Challenge!
The 2016 FRC challenge was just announced: FIRST Stronghold. Learn more about it here.
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