5040 Team Members (Back row, L to R) Kat Sanderson, Bryce Reinhold, Nate Matuszak, Ben Kavouras, Jacob Chiarenzelli, Jackson Daumeyer, Kai Reinhold; (Front row, L to R)Matt Spitzley, Haley Dues, Garret Royal, Stephanie Spitzley and Cooper Baumgarth
Loveland students beat the seventh-ranked team in the world to take title
Loveland, Ohio – Loveland High School (LHS) FIRST Robotics Team 5040, Nuts and Bolts, earned the title of Winning Alliance Captain at the First Tech Challenge (FTC) Ohio State Championship on February 17, at iSpace in Sharonville on the Scarlet Oaks Campus.
Loveland Team 5040 beat the seventh-ranked team in the world in both the qualifying matches and finals. Team 5040 also won second place in Promote Award. The team will compete in North Super Regionals in Iowa against 72 other teams that have qualified through 13 states.
“On behalf of the students, we want to give a huge thank you to our sponsors, along with our volunteer coaches and mentors – without this support we could not do what we do!” said LHS Teacher and Robotics Coordinator Amy Stewart.
Sponsors include: Adobe, American Legion, Blue Chip, Fraternal Order of the Eagles, Honeywell Intelligrated, Johnson Controls, MH Equipment, Jarvis Global Investments, Chipotle, Paula Berryman Photography, Basco and The Hershey Company.
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