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2017-2018 First Semester Wrap-Up

Campo Verde’s 127X subteam has had unprecedented success this season, going 21-0 in all of their tournament matches. They have won six awards (two Tournament Champions, two Robot Skills Champions, a Judges Award, and an Excellence Award) in just two

127X Build Update 2

New 2017-2018 Game — VEX Robotics Competition In The Zone

The 2017-2018 VRC game for this year is “In The Zone.” This year, teams will compete to move their mobile goals into the highest-scoring zones and also to build the tallest stacks they can by placing cones on top of

YouTube Channel

The team’s shenanigans and robot updates can be found on my personal YouTube channel. This is the best way to see our robots in action!

New 2016-2017 Game – VEX Robotics Competition Starstruck

The new game for VEX Robotics Competition this year is Starstruck. In this challenge, teams will have to find the best way to volley large stars and cubes back and forth in order to inundate their opponents and claim victory.

November 7th Campo VerdeTournament Update

Thanks to all our wonderful volunteers and sponsors, Campo Verde’s November 7th tournament was a huge success. It ended on time and was a great way to start the season. The hard work of the whole team was influential to

Tournament Volunteering Opportunities

If you are interested in volunteering in our tournament, we still need your help! Sign up now.

November 7th Tournament

The Campo Verde Lemon Bots are proud to announce our first ever hosted tournament! The event will occur at our own high school on November 7th. Space is limited to 24 teams, so any local teams who want to sign

VEX Robotics Competition Nothing But Net

The new game for the 2015-2016 season of VEX Robotics is Nothing But Net, a game played on the same 12 foot by 12 foot field involving two primary methods of scoring: elevating partner robots at the end of the

June 3rd Mesquite Elementary Library Visit

On June 3rd, members of the Lemon Bots visited the Mesquite Elementary Library to demonstrate our robots and promote STEM to young minds in our community. The participating children were fascinated by a realistic representation of robotics rather than the