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2018-2019 Challenge: Turning Point

In Turning Point, two alliances (one red and one blue, each composed of two teams) compete in matches (consisting of a fifteen second autonomous period, followed by a one minute and forty-five second driver-controlled period) to attain a higher score than the opposing alliance by high scoring or low scoring caps, toggling flags, and by alliance parking or center parking robots on the platforms.

Here are the links for this year’s game manual, robot skills challenge rules, and the competition resources page.

Here is the video for the 2018-2019 VEX Robotics Challenge, “Turning Point”!


October 20, 2018Dougherty Valley High School VEX Robotics TournamentSan Ramon, CAOut of 51 robots, we ranked:  
1868A 51st
1868K 36th
1868X 26th
1868Z 21st
  November 16, 2018 Bellarmine Bay Area VEX Robotics TournamentSan Jose, CAOut of 60 robots, we ranked:  
1868A 14th
1868K 4th
1868X 21st
1868Z 34th
December 8, 2018Tracy Triangle Winter VEX TournamentTracy, CAOut of 28 robots, we ranked:  
1868A 16th
1868X 4th
1868Z 20th
January 12, 2019Google-GSNorCal LMK8 Turning Point TournamentMountain View, CAOut of 31 robots, we ranked:  
1868A 19th
1868K 5th
1868X 20th
1868Z 11th
February 16, 2019Signature Event: Google VEX Turning Point High School TournamentSunnyvale, CAOut of 50 robots, we ranked:  
1868A 7th
March 16, 20195th Annual All Girls VEX Robotics ShowcaseThousand Oaks, CAOut of 35 robots, we ranked:  
1868A 18th
1868K 12th
1868X 11th
1868Z 17th
April 4, 2019CREATE U.S. Open Robotics Championship- VRC HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION (Orange Division)Council Bluffs, IAOut of 60 robots, we ranked:  
1868A 34th