rCongratulations to the 42 Teams PLUS all the Mentors, Volunteers, Sponsors, Friends and Family members who participated in the Los Angeles FIRST Robotics Regional Competition from March 31 – April 3, 2022.
TEAMS ADVANCING TO CHAMPIONSHIPS IN HOUSTON!
The following teams and individuals earned top honors at the Los Angeles Regional and earned their way to compete at the FIRST Championships in Houston, April 20-23, 2022.
See your team in action at the event’s photo gallery.
The Chairman’s Award represents the true spirit of FIRST. It honors the team that best serves as a model for other teams to emulate and that embodies the goals of FIRST. It remains FIRST’s most prestigious team award. The Chairman’s Award is presented to the team judged to have the most significant measurable impact of its partnerships among its participants, school, and community over a sustained period, not just a single build season or school year. The winner is able to demonstrate progress towards FIRST’s mission of transforming our culture. The recipient will be invited to the FIRST Championship where it will compete for the Chairman’s Award against the winners from all the other qualifying events.
- Team 3749, Team Optix from San Diego, CA
The Engineering Inspiration Award celebrates outstanding success in advancing respect and appreciation for engineering within a team’s school and community. This team will advance to the Championships and receive a $5000 NASA grant toward registration.
- Team 2637, Phantom Catz from Rolling Hills Estates, CA
- Team 696, Circuit Breakers from La Crescenta, CA
- Team 3476, Code Orange from Irvine, CA
- Team 599, The Robodox from Granada Hills, CA (wildcard)
Rookie All Star
- Team 8898, Royal Rebels Engineering from Fullerton, CA (wildcard)
Dean’s List Finalist
In an effort to recognize the leadership and dedication of FIRST’s most outstanding FRC students, the Kamen family sponsors an award for selected top students known as the FIRST Dean’s List. This award celebrates a student’s outstanding leadership and effectiveness in advancing respect and appreciation for engineering and engineers, both within their school, as well as their community. FIRST Dean’s List Finalists will compete at the championship for the FIRST Dean’s List.
- Regan Song from Team 3473
- Yogini Vazirani from Team 980
- Joy Uehara from Team 4201
Congratulations to the Teams and individuals that earned the remaining awards at the Los Angeles Regional! See the list here.
An immense THANK YOU to all the sponsors, mentors and volunteers who contributed to this very successful Regional.
We hope you too had a memorable experience at the Los Angeles Regional!