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3/27/15 MORE Robotics competed in the FIRST Robotics Competition Wisconsin Regional in Milwaukee over the weekend. MORE Robotics was selected in the first round of alliance selections and was eliminated in the quarter-finals by the number one seed. They were also recognized by winning 2 awards at the event. They were awarded a safety pin for their safety practices and initiatives. They were one of 2 teams to be given this award. They were also awarded the Entrepreneurship Award, which celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit by recognizing a team that has developed the framework for a comprehensive business plan to scope, manage, and achieve team objectives. Congratulations to the team! Thank you to our wonderful sponsors and supporters! We are very appreciative!
Game Reveal 2015: Recycle Rush
Recycle Rush is a recycling-themed game played by two Alliances of three robots each. Robots score points by stacking totes on scoring platforms, capping those stacks with recycling containers, and properly disposing of pool noodles, which represents litter. In keeping with the recycling theme of the game, all game pieces used are reusable or recyclable by teams in their home locations or by FIRST at the end of the season.
1714 Team Information
Team ID Number: 1714
Team Name: MORE Robotics
Team Sponsors: Hollow Steel / Ladish Foundation / Siemens / Rockwell Automation / Dedicated Computing / Joy Global / Nucor / Symbiont / PPG / MGIC / Vilter / Boyle Fredrickson / MSOE / Milwaukee Admirals / Source One Technology / Oak Creek Fire Department / American Acrylics USA LLC & St. Thomas More High School
Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA
Team Motto: Learn MORE, Give MORE, Be MORE
Number of Students: 37
Number of Participating Schools: 10
We welcome students from any school that would otherwise not have an opportunity to be on a team.
The Thomas More Community Robotics Club's mission is to give young people exposure to and an appreciation for the study of science, technology, engineering, and math in a motivating and relevant way in order to build knowledge, self confidence, leadership, and life skills through participation in the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition in Science and Technology) robotics programs.