LAFAYETTE, Ind (WLFI)—Two local robotics teams are headed for the world championships. The state championship for the FIRST Robotics Competition wrapped up Saturday.
Greater Lafayette was represented by Lafayette Jeff, Harrison, McCutcheon and West Lafayette Jr./Sr. High Schools.
The teams from Harrison and West Lafayette qualified for the FIRST World Championship in Detroit. It takes place in two weeks.
- Harrison and West Lafayette students to compete in FIRST Robotics world championships
- HIGHLIGHTS: West Lafayette 60, Harrison 53
- Harrison Boiler Robotics team moving on to worlds
- Harrison students to compete in international supercomputer cluster competition
- Harrison wins sectional boys wrestling championship
- Lafayette Harrison College offers online-only classes for new students
- Purdue engineers' robot competes in basketball shooting competition
- HIGHLIGHTS: West Lafayette falls to Northwestern in sectional championship
- Elementary robotics teams created Lego robots to compete at state competition
- Harrison soccer looks to make history in state championship