The Coeur d’Alene High School TeraViks, in a Robotics League with over 40,000 students on 1,800 teams, recently competed in the Northwest Regional in Portland. The TeraViks took home the Rookie All Star award and have been invited to compete in the first World Championship in Atlanta in April.
According to a press release from CHS, 500 teams from around the world will compete with the TeraViks in a “fast-paced robotic soccer game called Breakaway.” The teams will compete for a high score, and also be judged for design excellence, business plan development, safety practices and overall best team.
The CHS TeraViks are: Zach Harvest, Ronnie Ross, Garrett MacDonald, Jake Taylor, Stephen Goodwin, Kyle Morgan, Nick Lovlyn, Jordan Wise, Tevis Dryden, Bill Gamet, Stuart Myers, Rob Enders, Nick Induni, Matt Induni, Lauren Cohen and their 120-pound robot, Leif.
For more information about the robotics team, call Brian Induni, team coach, at (208) 691-7371.