Local schools compete in state Lego League Competition

  • Posted: Thursday, February 28, 2013 12:01 a.m.

The following teams competed in the state Lego League Competition:

Pi in the Skype, Homeschool Group, 2nd place champion

PYE-NTISTS, Joseph Pye Elementary School, Rising star award

Bulldogs, Ladson Elementary School

Cephalo-Squad, CSU Team

Oakbrook Bearbots, Oakbrook Elementary School

Techno Bears, Oakbrook Elemetary School

Groovin’ Grands, Williams Memorial Elementary School, 1st place project presentation

Mechanical Mustangs, Gregg Middle School

Those Meddling KIds, SPAWAR SSC LANT

Elite Brick Squad, Beech Hill Elementary

B.R.A.I.N., Berkeley Intermediate School, 2nd place robot performance

ROMbots, River Oaks Middle School, 1st place teamwork

Eaglebots, Eagle Nest Elementary School, 2nd place teamwork

Phoenix Rising, Palmetto Scholars Academy, 1st place robot performance

Fembots, Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina

The Genius Gemstones, Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina

SOAR, School of the Arts

Purple Programming Princesses, Cario Middle School

Trollbots, Cario Middle School

Titanium Titanics, Cario Middle School

STEM bots, Laing Middle School

Robosaders, Christ Our King-Stella Maris School

The Canemeisters, Christ Our King-Stella Maris School

Johnny 5, Christ Our King-Stella Maris School

Rockin’ Robots, Charles Pinckney Elementary

BrainBots, Belle Hall Elementary, 2nd place programming

Tom Glabb, SPAWAR, Adult mentor award

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