The Fourth Annual Dow Red Stick Rumble

Hello all!

We are excited to open registration for the Fourth Annual Dow Red Stick Rumble.
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Just the Facts:**
The Red Stick Rumble is Louisiana’s Premiere Off-Season FIRST Robotics Event organized and ran by FIRST Team 3337, Panthrobotics. It is a event that includes an FRC Off-Season Competition on an official field, an FTC Scrimmage, an FLL Fast Start and a JFll demo. It is designed to provide teams an opportunity to compete in a upbeat environment to help recruit new members, train new drivers, explore new design ideas, and in general develop camaraderie between teams.

Event Dates: August 26th - 27th, 2016 w/26th an optional practice day.

FRC Registration Cost: $300.00 ($275.00 Early Registration until June 1st)
FTC Registration Cost: $50.00 ($25.00 Early Registration until June 1st)
FRC & FTC Registration Cost: $300.00 ($275.00 Early Registration until June 1st)

Location: Woodlawn High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Note - Please make sure to select which type of package you are registering for: FRC Only, FTC Only, or Both.

Link to Register:
http://www.redstickrumble.org/registration/

We will release more information as we get closer to the event date. For now, we are excited about the event and we hope to see you there!

I’ve put it to the team on our slack group. I expect that we shall participate this year; definitely looking forward to our first off-season event.

Hi all -

Just an update on the current teams registered. While I know it’s early for many of you, I’d recommend registering early to get the early-registration cost of $275.00 instead of $300.00.

2992 The S.S. Prometheus
3337 Panthrobotics
4087 Falcon Robotics
4336 Ramageddon
5168 Guardian Angels
5892 High Energy

Just completed registration and payment… Looking forward to another great off season event.

We have been to RSR every year since the beginning and plan to make it every year!

Well worth the 5 hour drive from Houston.

Hi all -

Just an update to the Red Stick Rumble - We currently have 12 teams registered for the FRC Portion of our Event.

2992 The S.S. Prometheus
3337 Panthrobotics
3847 Spectrum
3946 Tiger Robotics
4087 Falcon Robotics
4209 TigerBytes
4336 Ramageddon
4587 Jersey Voltage
5168 Guardian Angels
5863 Brusly Robotics
5864 RoboPelicans
5892 High Energy

We still have a good bit of time before the event and we are looking forward to seeing everyone there!

Our newest update brings us to 15 teams:

2183 Tigerbots
2992 The S.S. Prometheus
3337 Panthrobotics
3616 Phenomena
3753 BulahBots!
3847 Spectrum
3946 Tiger Robotics
4087 Falcon Robotics
4209 TigerBytes
4336 Ramageddon
4587 Jersey Voltage
5168 Guardian Angels
5863 Brusly Robotics
5864 RoboPelicans
5892 High Energy

We still have plenty of spots open - hope to see you at the Rumble.

Hi all -

We are up to 17 teams for the Rumble. If you’d like to register, you can go to http://www.redstickrumble.org

1912 Team Combustion
2183 Tigerbots
2992 The S.S. Prometheus
3337 Panthrobotics
3616 Phenomena
3753 BulahBots!
3847 Spectrum
3946 Tiger Robotics
4087 Falcon Robotics
4209 TigerBytes
4336 Ramageddon
4587 Jersey Voltage
4978 Tiger Robotics
5168 Guardian Angels
5863 Brusly Robotics
5864 RoboPelicans
5892 High Energy

TBA doesn’t have the results, what did elims look like?

There were only 7 alliances and the elimination bracket was weird with the 7 seed getting the bye so we couldn’t post to TBA easily.

The matches are almost all up on the Spectrum youtube page.

The 2 seed with 4587 won. Congrats to them and their alliance.

Thanks to all the volunteers and to Daniel and 3337 for putting on a cool event. It was good to see a bunch of our Bayou friends.

I saw a short blurb Friday on a local (Boston) news show about a team making all sorts of backpacks and pillowcases of supplies for a “robot competition” this weekend. It took a while until I heard Baton Rouge that I said “Hey!”

http://whdh.com/news/mississippi-students-collect-supplies-for-louisiana-flood-victims/

After watching the video, they said even less detail than I remember about Who-What-Where, but good work!