Monday, March 28, 2011

Team Mean Machine Wins Again!

At the Portland Robotics Competition Friday and Saturday (3/25 & 3/26), Team 2471 once again demonstrated their superior work ethic, determination, team unity and gracious professionalism. Mohit Abraham, who has been instrumental in the development of this team the last four years, recently shared with the team, "When people hear Team 2471 or Team Mean Machine they know the team consists of amazing students who get the job done and are always willing to help support others succeed as well." Team 2471 has competed well in the past in both the Seattle and Portland competitions, but wasn't able to qualify for "The Big Dance". However, this year, after winning BOTH regionals, they certainly deserve to be in St. Louis with the best of the best.
Team 2471 celebrating their 2nd Championship of the Year
The next competition for Team 2471 will be in St. Louis, April 27-30 where the Robotics World Championships will be held. In order to qualify for this event a team must either win a regional competition or be invited. If you want to know more about this event visit

Special thanks to the parent support all season, but especially over the last two weeks. Your generosity, kindness and support is very much appreciated. THANK YOU!