The objective of Ultimate Ascent was to score as many discs into the corresponding team’s goals. The endgame objective was to have the robot climb a pyramid near the middle of the field. This season, we competed at two regional competitions: Boilermaker and Wisconsin. We also qualified to attend the National Championship in the Curie Division, and participated in the quarterfinals with teams 1717 D’Penguineers and 234 Cyber Blue. 

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2013 Jacob Pelletier, Andy Klump, Alex Pletcher, Miles Kidder, Caitlin Jackson, Julie Stevenson, Hannah Gates, Heather Ester, Alex Norton, Austin Witchie, Robbie Stevenson, Paul Lee, Nithin Virdirajin, Casey Leevan, Alex Norton, Riley Baker, Adrian White, Alex Beagles, Michael Sparagarn, Kevin Chamberlin, AJ Eddlebrock, Austin Raffelocke, Matt Kramer, Ryne Strzlecki, Alex Portelese, Cody Dorbin, Connor Gates

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