Terra Nova Team 6002, Basilisks, Becomes First Northern California team to Captain Alliance at FTC World Championships
(At least we think so. If anyone knows differently, please tell us)
Terra Nova (the Basilisks) advances to the FTC World Championships for the 3rd straight year, this year as Northern California State Champions. The Basilisks were briefly in 1st place (out of 64) after their qualification matches, but fall to 3rd place after all teams competed. When #1 chose #2 to be alliance partners for the quarterfinals, Terra Nova chose Combustible Lemons and N.U.T.S. to join their now second-seeded alliance. Combustible Lemons tried their hardest to get their malfunctioning robot working, but couldn't, eliminating the alliance after just 2 matches. Their 3rd place Edison Division finish put the rookie team in the 99.8th percentile of the close to 3,000 teams that competed this year.
Basilisks (FTC 6002) Edison Division Match Results
The team shows up about the middle of this RobotC recap from the World Championships, and the robot and CAD animation are shown back-to-back about 3 quarters of the way through.
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Day 1 Travel to St. Louis for 2013 (Ring-It-Up!) FTC World Championships
Day 2 in St. Louis at 2013 (Ring-It-Up!) FTC World Championships
Day 3 in St. Louis at 2013 (Ring-It-Up!) FTC World Championships. Basilisks go 4-1-1 and are in 8th place in the Edison Division after the first day.
Day 4 in St. Louis at 2013 (Ring-It-Up!) FTC World Championships. Basilisks win both matches and take down the 2nd place team to take 3rd place in the Edison Division. After #1 picks #2, the Basilisks selected Combustible Lemons and N.U.T.S. to join their second seeded alliance.
Day 5 in St. Louis at 2013 (Ring-It-Up!) FTC World Championships. Lemon Drops robot problems end Terra Nova's improbable run. A visit to the Gateway Arch and a great time at the Science Museum caps the trip.
Day 6 in St. Louis at 2013 (Ring-It-Up!) FTC World Championships. Headed home to much less excitement and lots and lots of sleep.
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