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VIDEO: 38 teams compete at Reseda HS robotics competition

Craig Clough | November 10, 2014

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A total of 38 teams from Southern California middle schools and high schools converged on Reseda High School on Saturday for the VEX Victory in the Valley Robotics Competition.

The teams compromised both students from public high schools, private high schools and private clubs, and the winners moved on to the state tournament with the right to advance to the VEX Robotics Competition World Championship to be held in Louisville in April.

The competition was sponsored by VEX Robotics and the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation and featured robots built by students with the VEX Robotics Design System.

A team from LA Unified’s El Camino Real Charter High School was a co-winner of the competition, along with a team from Servite High School in Orange County.

Check out the video above for highlights of the action.



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