Looks pretty good. Just a few suggestions.
“Points They Score” should probably be changed to “Tubes they score” just because the points will fluctuate by powers of two, while tubes scored is something fairly measurable.
If you manage to fill out all this information, it could be very useful. If you don’t have enough manpower though, (I’d recommend at least 6 in the stands, 1 for each bot), then I predict you’ll run into quite a few problems.
You might also want to consider how you are planning on using these scouting sheets. Flipping through 50 pages of team information can be time consuming, and can become a problem if you’ve got a short window to plan strategy for a match. And since you might have 4-5 copies of these 50 some-odd pages for each of your scouts to use, compiling all that data together the night before finals could become a nightmare.
You might want to consider seeing if you can put more than one team per page, it’ll tremendously cut down on the amount of paper you’ll have to deal with, and when you get pressed for space, you’ll begin to realize what information is absolutely necessary to record, and what data you can afford to do without. If you do end up trying to fit more than 1 team on a page, I would strongly suggest using frames as opposed to tables. Word’s formatting is evil and of the pit of Hades, and will do diabolical things to you if you are not careful (shudder).
Whatever you end up deciding to do, thinking through and preparing this early before the regional will help you go very far. Good luck to you and your team in competition.