2017 NTX Tournament of Robots

A FIRST Robotics Competition Off-Season Event

2017 Event Summary

Twenty-five teams gathered at Williams High School in Plano for the inaugural NTX Tournament of Robots.  Teams had fun in the relaxed off-season atmosphere while introducing new team members and pre-rookie teams to FRC and the 2017 game, STEAMWorks.

The winning alliance lead by Team 3310, Black Hawk Robotics was joined by 3005 RoboChargers and 6751 RoboFlash excelled at all parts of the game by routinely earing 40 kpa and 3 rotors and playing strong defense.

A big thank you to all of the teams for coming out to play!

Best of luck to all next season!

Teams

1296
Full Metal Jackets
Rockwall, Texas
1745
P-51 Mustangs
Richardson, Texas
2158
ausTIN CANs
Austin, Texas
2613
Protobots
Van Horn, Texas
2723
Team Rocket
Oklahoma City, OK
2765
Radioactive Robotics
Norman, Oklahoma
2805
Ghost in the Machine
Waxahachie, Texas
3005
RoboChargers
Dallas, Texas
3310
Black Hawk Robotics
Rockwall, Texas
3366
Plowbots
Roscoe, Texas
3999
Shadetree Robotics
Killeen, Texas
4192
Jaguar Robotics
Flower Mound, Texas
4206
Robo Vikes
Ft. Worth, Texas
4219
R4 Robo Riders
San Antonio, Texas
5057
RoboBusters
Dallas, Texas
5417
Eagle Robotics
Allen, Texas
5431
Titan Robotics
Plano, Texas
6171
Chain Reaction
Plano, Texas
6321
R Cubed
Rouse Raider Robotics
Leander, Texas
6369
Mercenary Robotics
McKinney, Texas
6751
RoboFlash
Dallas, Texas
6800
Viperbots Valor
Leander, Texas
1296B
Full Metal Jackets
Rockwall, Texas
3310B
Black Hawk Robotics
Rockwall, Texas
5431B
Titan Robotics
Plano, Texas
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Results

Awards

Gracious Professionalism -Team 3005

Outstanding Mentor-Pauline Tatum Team 6751

Play of the Day-Team 6171

Safety Award-Team 2765

Team Spirit Award - Team 5431

Volunteers

Over 100 people volunteered to make the NTX Tournament of Robots a success!  Thank you all for bringing an off-season event back to our area!  See you next year!

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