Carolyn Webber Alder, Park Record

Playing on its home turf, Park City High School's robotics teams swept the competition.

Five of its teams made it to the semi-finals and qualified for the state championships during the tournament, which was held at the school over the weekend. Three of the five teams were made up of rookie players who were new to robotics, and the veteran team Inconceivable finished first overall.

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Checkmate's Maxwell Pilzer, left, and Jack Giebe, second from left ,direct their robot during
an alliance round at Park City High School during a robotics tournament  at the school on Saturday. 
Checkmate was working with Inconceivable (rear) at the Robominers during the round.  The three teams
won the alliance round, with Inconceivable as the winning alliance captain. 
(Photo by Tanzi Propst/Park Record)

 Note: PCEF donor support PCHS Robotics.




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