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Unread 04-23-2004, 03:15 AM
DougHogg DougHogg is offline
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FRC #0980 (The ThunderBots)
Team Role: Coach
 
Join Date: Jan 2002
Rookie Year: 2002
Location: S. California
Posts: 324
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Re: Best robots at Nationals

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Originally Posted by HalloweenDMB
I agree, 980 was an awesome robot. When i had to scout them my mouth was wide open. Their team members are awesome too. We're so lucky they picked us.

Melissa
Hey, we were lucky that you agreed. You had an amazingly fast robot with great hanging/decapping capabilities.

We certainly had an exciting match together. Losing by 1 ball is no disgrace in my book. One of our mentors told me that 2 balls went out the back of our goal.

Hope to partner with you folks again and take it all the way next time!

Thanks also to Team 971. Very reliable hanger, and really fast getting onto the platform. I loved those swivelling track drives. (We could have used some of those.)
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FIRST Team 980, The ThunderBots
2002: S. California Rookie All Stars
2004: S. California: Regional Champion,
Championship Event: Galileo 2nd seed,
IRI: Competition Winner, Cal Games: Competition Winner
2005: Arizona: 1st seed
Silicon Valley: Regional Champion (Thanks Teams 254 and 22)
S. California: Regional Runners Up (Thanks Teams 22 and 968)