What are the best teams in your region/province/country?

I haven’t seen anyone ask this so far this year and I wanted to get an understanding of what are the best robots in everyone’s area.

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7121E/F, 11342A, 77788Y, and 59A (South Florida)

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7422 X, H, and B…
kern county

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Might be useful for y’all to post your region as well. In Kentucky, 8349 B, E, and K are all good, as well has EC3 (6135H, 4104A, etc.).

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VRC:
North/Central FL: all of the teams that qualified for worlds are great, but Blackout (6105C), Skobotin (3131V), and most of the Bangarang teams (5956-the F team got the highest skills score in FL).
South: I’m not in this region, but Cyber Eagles is a good organization year.
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Middle School:
The 2 teams (6105 B & D) from Brookside Middle were good this year. Even though they had a kinda low cube capacity, they were very consistent with their stacks. The 2 Tiger Techs teams (13001A & B) arguably had the best robots this year in MS states. They had the highest cube capacity and were very consistent with stacking. They ended up winning the tournament and I believe that one of their teams won MS states last year too. I also have to congratulate the team from Apopka MS ( 32712A) as they used V4 (only 9 motors!) and could consistently stack 6.
VEXU:
As a first year team, UCF (Knightmare Engineering Club) dominated states, winning the whole tournament and getting a high enough skills score to make them #1 in the world (for VEXU). They also had the best auton, but had some problems with it. Gatr 1 & 2 had impressive robots, but had some issue throughout the tournament. As for the other VEXU team in FL (Poly1-FL Polytexh), they had great robots, but they weren’t up to the tier that the other robots were.

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In Minnesota the best robots are going to be 8110X, 7225B, and a couple of the 9457 teams. They can all be found on instagram, go check them out!

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25461Z
theyre a one man team and the dude is insane with the skills challenge
he got like 4 stacks of 9 blocks and put a block in each tower

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Yeah that’s uncharted. they came to a tournament in our hometown, Mankato Minnesota. They were invited by 8110X (the Ribbits).

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Hmm, on my planet
1961z
2114x
everyone when you search up (tower takeover reveal)
much much more

im my state
@Logan10622D
others

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Lots of great teams in Georgia, a few are 1961X, Z, 1320A, B, 109A, 1275A, 5203R, P, and many more.

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Nebraska teams are underrated. we got lots of good teams like 3131 teams, 1028 teams, 68507C, and 6813 teams.

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In stx, there’s 285, and 2858 (if I remembered the number right)
3674R is also pretty good
I’m just talking Houston of course :slight_smile:

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22422X in Pittsburg nears the top, AKA the Steel Legion

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In Utah
High School: 98548A, 185A, and 2131Z are the main ones 98548B and D are also good high school teams.
Middle School: 98548C is really good.

We’ve got Brecksville (2011 teams) near us

In SWTexas VRC the top teams are 2158R, 354X, and 26982E. 11495B is also pretty good, but has a rough start to the season.
VEXU is pretty small in Texas, but I expect big things from SUB0, and have heard good things about WHOOP.

I had to go against all those teams, along with Wolfram (9457W) and about 3 more 8110 teams. Piece of advice, don’t do that. :grinning:

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So that’s who invited them

@9457B, what is the Osseo team number? Because them, 7192A, and 739B are all also extremely good.

4410c without a doubt
Wisconsin

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