The Sonic Squirrels represent the Snohomish School District's Glacier Peak and Snohomish High Schools in the State of Washington.
After three competitions this year, we made it to the 2022 First Robotics World Championships!
We placed 54th place in the Newton division and averaged 94 points a match and 23.6 points for the hanger. Despite all the obstacles we encountered such as our shooter breaking before a match, battery issues, and more. We persevered and overcame these challenges and finished strong in our last couple qualifying matches.
We all had a blast at the competition! Everyone came back energized and full of ideas for next season.
We're headed to the PNW District Championships in Cheney, WA April 6 - 9! This season's students (over half rookies who had never touched a robot) have come together and built an amazing organization and machine. Their success so far has us not only planning for the PNW Championship but suddenly we are preparing to attend the FIRST Robotics World Championship in Houston. Only 18 teams from the PNW will be invited to Worlds and we like our chances. We're looking forward to representing Glacier Peak and Snohomish High Schools with enthusiasm and gracious professionalism.
Donations of any size are always gratefully accepted - they lower the travel costs to SHS and GPHS students' families! You can donate directly here. If you or your company feels like giving big, we've got a winning robot with room for your logo and/or our travel shirt that can have YOUR business or family name on as a premiere travel sponsor for this event. Contact our business team at [email protected] for more details on sponsor levels or a tax receipt.
Our team finished the qualifying matches ranked 2nd with a record of 14-4-0. We joined the top ranked team at the event, Team 2910 Jack in the Bot, on the number one alliance and went on to win the event. Our team also won the Spirit Award. Full results are available on The Blue Alliance website.
The Sonic Squirrels hosted the week 1 event at Glacier Peak High School.
Our team finished the qualifying rounds ranked 5th, with a record of 13-6-0, won the Quality Award, and were District Event Finalists!
Check out all the results for the Glacier Peak Event on the Blue Alliance.
The Sonic Squirrels 2930 are pleased to share their solution to threading ties into pleated and/or shaped fabric masks. These 3D needles work with many sizes of elastic, cording, knit T shirt ties, bias tape, and woven fabric ties. The needles also make it easy to "thread" many masks at once if you are producing in bulk. We give them away in pairs. The needles are approximately 5 and 5.5 inches in length. Each needle takes about 10-12 minutes to print on an Ultimaker 2+ in PLA+ filament. Times and results will vary depending on settings. We tried printing multiple needles at once, but found trailing filaments to be a problem.
First Teams for Food Lifeline GoFundMe: https://bit.ly/3b6sMbO
We encourage you to check out the great T-shirt designs that FIRST teams have created at: https://teespring.com/stores/first-for-food-lifeline The money will be going to those in need.
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