2014 Bladerunner Results
We had another successful season for BEST Robotics Competition! Thank you, mentors/teachers/coaches, for being there to assist in your team!!!
Congratulations to the following teams for 2014 BEST season!
SET BEST Hub Awards:
The 1st Robotics Game (going to the Regional Competition): Wood Ridge Forrest Middle School (This is a brand new team!!! Way to go!!!)
The 2nd Robotics Game: Madisonville High School
The 3rd Robotics Game: Huntsville Home School (This is a brand new team!!! Way to go!!!)
The 4th Robotics Game: Trinity High School
The 1st BEST of the BEST (All Around) (Going to the Regional Competition): Porter High School
The 2nd BEST of the BEST: Madisonville High School
Brazos/SET BEST Hub Awards:
Never Give Up Award: Huntsville High School
The 1st Most Robust Robot: Wood Ridge Forrest Middle School
The 1st Presentation: Porter High School
The judging rubrics will be sent to each team shortly! Let's work together again for the 2015 season!!! We have after-season curriculum in place. If your school would like to extend the robotics training, please contact us!
2015 Game teaser.....
The Results are In! - Monday, October 28, 2013
Twenty teams competed in Saturday's events and here are the results:
1st Place BEST - A&M Consolidated HS
2nd Place BEST - Porter HS
3rd Place BEST - Cornerstone Christian Academy
4th Place BEST - Stephen F. Austin Middle School
1st Place Robot - Cornerstone Christian Academy
2nd Place Robot - Porter HS
3rd Place Robot - Stephen F. Austin Middle School
4th Place Robot - Madisonville HS
Founders Award for Creative Design - Summer Creek HS
Most Robust Design - A&M Consolidated MS
Honorable Mention in Notebook - College Station HS
Honorable Mention in Presentation - A&M Consolidated MS
Honorable Mention in Exhibit/Interview - College Station HS
BEST Heart - Porter HS
BEST Rookie Award - Davila Science Club
Most Improved Team - Stephen F. Austin MS
SET BEST (Southeast Texas Boosting Engineering Science and Technology) is a yearly engineering contest designed to inspire students towards further studies in the fields of science and engineering. Starting from a box of raw materials, teams of high school students are given six weeks to design, build, and then demonstrate a remote-controlled machine that will perform a given task. Engineers and scientists from local industry team with the students as technology coaches, whose job is to mentor and guide the students in understanding the engineering process, teaming, brainstorming and other business principles. On contest day, teams pit their machines in a head-to-head sports-like competition to see which is BEST. Winners advance to the Texas BEST regional competition held each year at University of Texas at Dallas.
The intent of the BEST program is to get kids motivated for studies and careers in engineering, science and technology and introduce them to some of the engineering/scientific methods through mentoring by industry professionals and actual hands-on experience. Real-world engineering is demonstrated while providing an exciting and fun sports-like competition.
SET BEST is one of over 20 hubs throughout Texas and the US. We cover the South East Texas District and surrounding counties in Texas. Visit B.E.S.T. Robotics Inc. for a breakdown of all of the BEST hubs.