Students from across the area had their engineering skills on display.
SUNY Broome hosted its 10th annual Southern Tier Robotics Competition.
Around 120 kids from 12 different schools used their knowledge in the STEM fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math to create, program and test their own robots.
Students could enter any of 6 events which including the large swept-away challenge, the forklift challenge and the maze programming challenge.
Whitney Point Physics teacher Ethan Leet says it’s been a very educational event that the students really get in to.
- Whitney Point won the grand championship this year.
- They will take home the trophy for the year and bring will it back next year to defend.
- BOCES New Visions won last year. (So they had the trophy last year.)
- Whitney Point also won the Maze Challenge and the Autonomous Line-Following Challenge.
- Seton Catholic won the Large Swept-Way Challenge
- Owego Apalachin won the Small Swept-Way Challenge
- Sidney won the Autonomous Task Challenge
- BOCES New Visions won the Forklift Challenge