The Red Lake Ogichidaag Robotics Team 7235 recently showcased their exceptional skills at the highly anticipated Northern Minnesota Robotics Conference Championship held in Babbit, Minnesota. Led by dedicated coaches Sandy Ketterling and Tami Liberty, along with mentor Dwight Ketterling, this talented team of nine students made a name for themselves in the world of robotics.
During the two-day competition, the Red Lake Ogichidaag Robotics Team exhibited their engineering prowess with their innovative and meticulously crafted robot, affectionately named Albert. Working tirelessly, the team navigated through intense challenges and impressed both judges and spectators with their remarkable performances.
In a surprising twist, the Red Lake Ogichidaag team formed an alliance with two other formidable teams, 3102 Nevis Tech-No-Tigers and 3277 Pro-Digi from Thief River Falls. Together, this powerful trio showcased their collaborative spirit and determination to succeed. Their combined efforts led them to a highly commendable third-place finish in the finals.
The team’s journey to success was not without its fair share of hardships. However, their unwavering dedication and commitment to excellence propelled them forward. Through countless hours of practice and preparation, the Red Lake Ogichidaag Robotics Team proved that perseverance and passion were the keys to triumph.
As the competition unfolded, these rising stars of the robotics world left an indelible impression on both their competitors and the audience. Their skillful maneuvers and innovative strategies were a testament to their proficiency and creativity in the field of robotics.
The Red Lake Ogichidaag Robotics Team’s participation in the Northern Minnesota Robotics Conference Championship is a true testament to their exceptional talent and unwavering determination. Their impressive collaboration with other teams highlights the incredible potential for growth and advancement in the world of robotics. With their passion and commitment, these young individuals are poised to make significant contributions in the field of engineering and technology.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Who led the Red Lake Ogichidaag Robotics Team in the Northern Minnesota Robotics Conference Championship?
The team was led by coaches Sandy Ketterling and Tami Liberty, alongside mentor Dwight Ketterling.
2. How did the Red Lake Ogichidaag Robotics Team perform in the competition?
The team, along with their alliance partners, secured a remarkable third-place finish in the finals.
3. What was the name of the Red Lake Ogichidaag Robotics Team’s robot?
The team named their robot Albert.
Northern MN Robotics Conference Championship – Day 1: [Link](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQMrMDc6EqQ)
Northern MN Robotics Conference Championship – Day 2: [Link](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4TOIziZfnQI)