Achievements & Awards

2019 - 2020

Rookie All-Star Award

The Rookie All-Star Award is awarded to the rookie team that exemplifies a young but strong partnership effort as well as implementing the mission of FIRST to inspire students to learn more about science and technology. Through our perseverance, we won the award at the first district match in Greenville, Texas.

Woodie Flowers Nomination

The Woodie Flowers Nomination is given to an individual that has done an outstanding job of motivation through communication while also challenging students to be clear and succinct in their communications. People who have received the nomination are eligible for the Woodie Flowers Finalist Award. David Monroe, one of our coaches, was nominated for his leadership and guidance of the team.

Highest Rookie Seed Award

The Highest Rookie Seed Award is given to the highest placing rookie team during the event. In the sea of veteran teams, we distinguished ourselves as the 9th best team out of the 50 teams that participated.

2020 - 2021

Rookie Game Changer Award

The Rookie Game Changer Award is awarded in the Infinite Recharge challenge to a rookie team that exhibits core FIRST values. To qualify, rookie teams must be able to describe the design process regarding their robot and explain how the robot is appropriate to the current challenge.

Rookie Design Award

The Rookie Design Award is awarded in the Game Design challenge to a rookie team that exhibits core FIRST values. To qualify, rookie teams must be able to create an original, inspiring game design solution and explain the processes required to make such a game.

Creativity Award

The Creativity Award is awarded in the Game Design challenge to a team that has a highly original concept and uniqueness regarding its practical applications that contribute to the objectives of the competition. To qualify, teams must be able to competently describe their creative and unique decisions when making the game.

2021 - 2022

Channelview Event Winners

Our first competition of the 2022 FRC Season was at Channelview High School. After ranking second place in qualifiers behind the 118 Robonauts, we joined forces with them as the first alliance. Scoring an event high of 113 points, we won the finals and secured our first blue banner of the season!

Industrial Design Award

The Industrial Design Award sponsored by General Motors is awarded to the team that demonstrates the best industrial design principles, striking a balance between form, function, and aesthetics. 

Pasadena Event Winners

Our second competition of the 2022 FRC Season was the Pasadena District #2 Event. We went undefeated 12 – 0 during the qualification matches, ranking us first place out of 32 teams. We joined forces with 231 High Voltage and 5986 Iron Fangs and won the playoffs, securing our 2nd blue banner of the season.

Innovation in Control Award

The Innovation in Control Award celebrates a team with an innovative control system or application of control components 0 electrical, mechanical, or software – to provide unique machine function. 

Imagery Award

After competing at the 2022 Texas State Championship, we ended up earning the Imagery Award in the Mercury Division. This award celebrates attractiveness in engineering and outstanding visual aesthetic integration of machine and team appearance.