WHS Robotics team takes 89th in state competition

The Wayland High School Robotics team #6090 finished 89th among 476 teams in Michigan at the state competition this past weekend at Saginaw Valley State University, missing the cut to qualify for worlds next month in Houston. A spokesperson said, “But we learned so much this season. Not only about each other, but also about machining, coding, and even outreach and marketing. Hats off to the freshman for learning how to use the big mill and other tools. Also a big round of applause to the code team for learning how to code swerve drive in only one season. A thanks to all of our sponsors who believed in us. Your support has helped us make our way to the top. We had an amazing run at it this year and we will do even better next year using all of the skills and knowledge we gained this season! We send off our seniors with good wishes and know that wherever they go and whatever they decide to do in the future, they will succeed and thrive.”

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