Wyoming Indian High School Robotics Club competes for the first time in Casper
The Wyoming Indian High School Robotics Club competed in Casper last Saturday with 29 teams from across Wyoming, as well as teams from Idaho, Montana, Utah, and Colorado.
This was the time the club had ever gone to a competition, and they finished in the top 10.
Ra’el Trosper, president of the WIHS club, said,
Our first competition since we just formed the club this school year, and we managed to stay in the top 10. We took our robot, ADAM, and he did surprisingly well for our first competition. After every match, we reprogrammed and kept making improvements. We had a blast!”
Other Robotics Club members include Cierra White, Trinity Bethel-Gould, and Maranda Blackbird. Scott Krassin and Sam Hartpence are the club’s advisers.