What's New

It's official, the 2015 FRC season has begun. The 2015 game, Recycle Rush, has been released and we will be spending the next six weeks, until February 17th, building a robot to play the game.

 

We will then compete at the Sacramento Regional in Davis, from March 19th to 21st, and the Silicon Valley Regional, from April 2nd to 4th. The game itself is described on the FIRST game site.

Mammoth and the rest of FRC Team 971 would like to wish you Happy Holidays and a great new year (and FRC Season).

The team is getting ready for and looking forward to the new season starting on January 3rd. The lab is being cleaned and there has been some preseason materials testing and tuning of our robot designs in anticipation of the new challenge.

This year's ThrowDown had some of the most exciting matches in FIRST this year. Thank you RC and team 1323.

We had a great time in Madera at the MadTown ThrowDown.  Thanks to RC and the rest of the crew on team 1323 at Madera High School for hosting such a great event.

We're down to the wire preparing our third robot to compete in Madera Nov 7-9. This is the culmination of a lot of hard work. Students worked this summer and fall building another manipulator to play the 2014 FRC game Aerial Assist.

We will be packing up and heading to Madera for the MadTown ThrowDown and can hardly wait.

The event will be held at

On October 5th and 6th Spartan Robotics competed at the CalGames robotics competition at Woodside High School.  This is the winning alliance taking a break between elimination matches.

Team 971 placed Third in the seeding matches and went on to become finalists along with team 846, the Funky Monkeys, and team 2135, Presentation Invasion.

We will be at the Chezy Champs Offseason event August 30-31

On May 18th, our team demoed Mammoth at Maker Faire 2014

We were Newton Division Finalists and Alliance Captain at the 2014 World Championships
We went undefeated and won at SVR last weekend

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