BrewTech Robotics Team Among the Best of the B.E.S.T! | News
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Brewbaker Technology High School’s Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology (BEST) Robotics Team members traveled to Smiths Station High School Saturday to participate in the War Eagle BEST Robotics Competition. The 25 BrewTech students competed against twenty-three other teams from around east central Alabama.
BrewTech Robotics won the first place award for Business Presentation, second place award in Exhibit Booth, third place award for Sportsmanship and second place award in T-Shirt design. The team placed fourth in the overall BEST Award and will be one of five teams competing from the War Eagle BEST Hub against over fifty-five teams from around the east coast in the SouthsBEST Robotics Competition, which will be held December 1- 2 at Auburn University.
The team is lead by BrewTech Engineering Academy Instructor Steve Ballard.
The students who participated in the competition were:
Matthew Bailey, Spencer Beouphouncy, Chandler Bise, Taylor Bowles, Nicholas Chappell, Nick Dowdery, Orlando Durr, Victoria Houlton, D’Maree Jackson, Amik Khamken, Kenneth Ledyard, Grace Ludwigsen, Hunter Meadows, Jonathan Nettles, Sydney Parker, Jay Patel, Sherman Peek, Geoffrey Percival, Ben Powell, Trey Roach, Kyle Robinson, Isaiah Shaw, David Sikabwe, Emily Powell, and Nicholas Yeend
Information Source: MPS
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