FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — South Forsyth High School’s robotics team recently placed first in its subdivision during the FIRST Robotics World Competition championships in Houston, Texas. The subdivision was made of 68 teams, and the team placed fifth overall out of 400 teams in the competition.
Forsyth Central High School placed 17th in the Carver Division in the world competition. This division was the most challenging at the world competition, with an average match score 10 points higher than the other five divisions.
The team’s robot was in the top 10 robots of the Carver Division during eliminations, marking the first time any Forsyth County team has ever actively played in the world championship elimination rounds.
For more information on the FIRST Robotics World Competition, visit firstchampionship.org/houston-home.