Our Robots

H.A.L.
2000
HAL was the team's very first robot. Designed in 2000, it competed in the FIRST challenge: Co-Opertition FIRST
Little Hal
2001
Little HAL was the successor to the team's first robot HAL. While shorter than his older brother, he was not to be underestimated.
Blue Phantom
2002
It may have taken two years, but the team finally got the courage to name the robot something other than HAL this time.
Speed Racer
2003
This robot featured a couple of arms that loved to attack stacks in the FRC game Stack Attack. This is one of the only robots we still have.
Blue Mongoose
2004
This robot was a tank...literally. It had tank treads and an arm that won the team numerous awards.
Blue Cobra
2005
Sticking with the idea of putting blue in the name of our robots, Blue Cobra represented the team in the FRC game, Triple Play
Blue Light Special
2006
This robot was a class-A chain driven machine that won the team multiple awards as it battled it out in Aim High
ROW-Bot
2007
Don't dismiss this bot because of its name. This punny rowbot won the team 1st place at Ramp Riot in the 2007 game Rack 'N Roll
Speed Racer II
2008
Just because it shares the name of an earlier robot, doesn't mean it's one-in-the-same. This speed daemon led the team to victory on more than one occasion.
Moonraker
2009
In the most slippery game of FRC history this robot stood strong and battled it out on the surface of the moon (if the moon was a white sheet of plastic)
Turfy
2010
This robot really knew how to play soccer and did so in style with its mechanum wheels and mad skills in the 2010 FRC game Breakaway
Hoopty
2011
Not to be confused with the pizzeria, Hoopty was by far the robot with the coolest arm, that could pick of geometrically shaped inner tubes like no one's business.
Chamber-LIN
2012
Named after the basketball player, this robot could really shoot some hoops and make some 3-pointers in the 2012 FRC game Rebound Rumble.
54-rk15
2013
It's name is in l33t speak so you know it means business. 54-rk15 could shoot frisbees like a champ and looked good while doing it.
Fluffy
2014
While maybe not as soft as the name suggests, Fluffy was certainly as fierce as the 3-headed dog. This robot battled it out all the way to the world championship.
Doge
2015
Yes, I know; It's named after a meme. This is what happens when the team leaves its creativity at home the night the name is picked. Oh well.
Albert
2016
While maybe not quite as smart as the physicist, this robot could really shoot a fast ball. A 60 mile per hour fast ball that is.
K3V1N
2017
As if writing a named in l33t speak once wasn't enough. This robot was the first bot to feature swerve drive which let the robot slide gracefully (or not) around the field.