In Ladder Logic, points were earned by placing balls into the appropriate center and side goals. A human player assisted by handing balls to the robot or shooting them directly into the goals. This year was our rookie year. We competed in the Motorola Midwest Regional and won the Against All Odds award. We also qualified for the National Championship at Epcot Center in Florida. 1998 set the bar for future years of success.

1998

1998 Andrew Abbott, Charles Carnes, Andrew Clements, Nathan Cummins, Shannon DeVon, John Douglass, Rachel Gligorich Logan, Michael Haugh, Ian Little, Brandon Powell, Andrew Reed, Richard Riley, Ryan Sobecki, Jared Wiseman

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