Friday, May 20, 2016

The MSHSL State Competition is HERE

It's that time to travel to the U of M for the MSHSL state robotics competition.  You can stream ProDigi Team 3277 live at the link below.


Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Minnesota North Star Regional Results

Team 3277 finished ranked 29th and made an alliance, but lost in the quarterfinals 1-2.

The opening ceremony.  Everything set to go.


Prodigi"s drive team getting ready.


Our bot scaling the tower.



Talking strategy.


Bryson and Jace getting the bot into position.


Scaling the wall again with another team's bot.


Prodigi is well respected and loved at every tournament.


Our bot going over the rock wall.



Time for some quick adjustments.


The North Star Regional was our first where we intentionally scouted the opposition using our 1;1 technology.  The scouts did a great job.  



Tuesday, March 8, 2016

The Duluth Regional Results

The Duluth Regional Results


Team 3277 Prodigi


Six weeks of blood, sweat, and tears.



On March 2-5 ProDigi traveled down to Duluth to participate in the FIRST Lake Superior regional.

Despite only a few practice matches, we got our bot up and running early on.  ProDigi went 6-2 during the qualifying match where we ended up being ranked fifth overall.

The practice field and rounds went well.





Fortunately, things went very, very well for our team in both the practice matches and the qualifying rounds.


Weigh in







Action shots.




Our drive team of Jace Johnson, Alexis Lane, and Bryson Bray and mentor, Mr. Foy, talk strategy during the qualifying rounds with the Robottes.

When the top 8 teams were announced, we again were ranked 5 overall for the alliance selection process.  The top ranked team, Duluth Denfeld, DNA Robotics (team 4009), selected the second ranked team, a team from Hawaii, the Hawaiian Kids (team 359), to form a stellar alliance right away. They selected a rookie team, Eden Valley, Mystery Machine (team 6175).



We actually made it all the way up to number four over all once DNA selected the Hawaiian Kids.

When it came for us to select our first alliance partner, we selected Warrior Robotics from Brainerd team 2503).  To complete our alliance we selected The Green Machine from Edina (team 1816) to be our final alliance member.



Our team captain, Bryson, talks strategy with his alliance members from Eden Valley and Edina.



Alexis takes a quick break as the bot is wheeled onto the course.




Jace, Foy, and Bryson look the bot over one last time before leaving the field.

Our alliance took care of business 97-57 in match #1.  In match #2, our alliance again came out on top, 121-115, to move on to the semifinal round.

In the semifinals, though, we ran into the top ranked alliance and lost the first match 57-97 and the second match 86-155.

Luckily, though, we ended up amassing 53 points as a team, which puts us on the path to participating in the state robotics tournament on May 21st.


We can't forget to thank our sponsor, Digi Key!



Some more candids from our time in Duluth


The field and course getting set.


Our junkyard robot


Caleb, our safety officer.  He did a fabulous job.



The programmers hard at it.


The course being set up.





Life in the pits.



Monday, January 25, 2016

Welcome to the blog for ProDigi Team #3277 
Lincoln High School
Thief River Falls, MN



We were delighted when the school board for ISD 564 visited our campus to see what we have been up to this year in robotics.

They have been incredibly supportive of us.  We would like to thank them for all that they do for us.


Mrs. Larson showing off the name plate Mr. McGlynn presented with her.


Mr. McGlynn shows off some of the manufacturing and machining the team has done for prototypes for this year's bot.


Mrs. Olsonawski explaining the roles of various members, such as Kaitlynn Swick who is the team photographer (except for this picture, obviously) to the board.


The board watching a demonstration of our 3D printer.