Category: 127A

AIA Barrett Foundation Robotics State Tournament

The Lemon Bots’ 127A team became Arizona’s winningest team this season, with 6 Tournament Champion titles in Nothing But Net. The team’s win on Saturday, alongside first-seed alliance captain 5090A and second-pick 8235 was made sweeter by an alliance score

2016 State Championship

The Campo Verde Lemon Bots have once again asserted themselves as a top team in the state, being named Tournament Champion for the third year in a row. 127A was the first pick of the second seeded 4146V. The alliance

127A Robot Reveal

With their final design, 127A has done a robot reveal on the VEX Forum for others to discuss and ask informative questions. Here is a small teaser:

February 13th Queen Creek High School Tournament

At Queen Creek High School, 127A won big, with Tournament Champion and the Design Award. The A team is glad to go into the State Championship on March 5th with another win and plenty of momentum.

January 28th Auxier Elementary School Visit

Committed to outreach, both Lemon Bots sub-teams volunteered at Auxier Elementary School’s STEM night to wow the engineers and intellectuals of tomorrow and encourage passion toward STEM. 127A was a common sight around the halls and the cafeteria throughout the

January 9th Madison Highland Prep Tournament

At Madison Highland Prep, 127A received an Excellence award, qualifying for the State Championship on March 5th.

December 12th Microchip VEX Qualifying Tournament

A week after their last win, the Campo Verde Lemon Bots’ 127A team were victorious once again, winning Tournament Champion. In addition, 127A received the coveted Sportsmanship Award.

December 5th Willis Junior High Tournament

The 127A and 127B teams were both successful on December 5th, winning Tournament Champion. Both teams were happy to collaborate with 2114B for a win at a very competitive regional tournament.

November 21st Tournament

On November 21st, both Lemon Bots subteams went to the Palo Verde High Magnet School VEX State Qualification Tournament in Tucson, Arizona. 127A won the award of Tournament Champion, as well as being the Robot Skills and Programming Skills champions

Arizona State Championship

The Arizona State Championship on February 28th was a huge success for the Lemon Bots. As the fifth seed captain, 127B picked 127A, then 5090A (Microchip Robotics) and went on undefeated in elimination rounds to take the tournament win. 127A