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CPHS Robotics Teams Successful at State Championships

Crown Point High School’s VEX robotics teams recently returned from the state championships with four teams making their mark on the competition. More than 300 teams from Indiana were at the competition, which is one of the largest in the nation.

Team 1233A finished as Divisional Quarterfinalists and secured a spot at the World Championship based on their Skills score. Team members Noah Nicholls, Dexter Kiger, Myles Querimit, and Jackson Donovan also won five awards at the regional level this year.

1233H, a freshman team, reached the Round of 16, and Team 1233J finished as Divisional Quarterfinalists. Team 1233G, an all-girls team, was featured on the Indianapolis news and shared their thoughts about the importance of girls in STEM activities.

Coach Matthew LeBlanc was honored as the 2024 Indiana VEX Robotics Event Partner of the Year. This award is presented to an event partner who has hosted a VEX IQ or VRC event during the robotics season. VEX’s website notes that the “partner must show true leadership, dedication, patience, fairness and have a passion for helping and supporting all teams.”

In addition to the state awards this season, the CPHS robotics teams secured the following accolades:

  • 2 Regional Excellence Awards
    • 1233A, 1233G
  • 4 Regional Tournament Champions
    • 1233A, 1233G, 1233H, and 1233J
  • 1 Regional Innovate Award
    • 1233G
  • 2 Regional Design Awards
    • 1233H, 1233J
  • 1 Regional Amaze Award
    • 1233A
  • 1 Regional Create Award
    • 1233E
  • 3 Regional Judges Awards
    • 1233A, (2) 1233H
  • 1 Regional Sportsmanship Award
    • 1233A