BC FTC League 2 Results

BC’s FTC League 2 event was held January 24 at St. Michael’s University School. 12 teams from BC and Washington State participated.

League 2

Match Results


Match Result Red Blue
Q-1 30-0 R 13724 12156
13459 3491
Q-2 32-70 B 13464 7198
12354 13549
Q-3 4-139 B 13505 12598
13311 11589
Q-4 24-8 R 12156 3491
13549 13464
Q-5 116-38 R 12354 13724
12598 11589
Q-6 40-12 R 13311 13505
7198 13459
Q-7 50-56 B 12156 13549
11589 12354
Q-8 0-131 B 13311 7198
3491 12598
Q-9 26-56 B 13505 13464
13724 13459
Q-10 40-85 B 13549 13311
3491 11589
Q-11 88-14 R 7198 12156
13505 13724
Q-12 125-44 R 13464 13459
12598 12354
Q-13 46-97 B 13549 7198
11589 13724
Q-14 48-113 B 13464 13311
12156 12598
Q-15 33-52 B 13459 13505
3491 12354

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Match Results generated at 01/24/18 08:22:52 PM

Team Rankings

(just based on League 2 Matches)


Rank Team # Team Name QP RP Highest Matches
1 12598 Green Jelly Beans 10 134 139 5
2 7198 Cyborg Ferrets 10 104 131 5
3 12354 Belmont Bytes 6 197 116 5
4 13549 EMCS Robotics 6 176 70 5
5 13311 ORBO 6 104 113 5
6 11589 Fusion 4 178 139 5
7 13464 Fission 4 158 125 5
8 13724 BUILD IT 4 124 97 5
9 13459 Gear Girls 4 115 56 5
10 13505 ROBO 4 89 88 5
11 12156 PSII 2 120 50 5
12 3491 FIX IT 0 81 40 5

QP (Total Qualification Points) – 2 Points for a WIN, 1 Point for a TIE, 0 Points for a LOSS.

RP (Total Ranking Points) – Ranking points are awarded using the losing alliance’s score in each match.

Highest (Highest Match Score) – The highest match score awarded to the team.

Matches Played does not include surrogate matches.

FTC Scoring Software © 2017-2018 FIRST®
Team Rankings generated at 01/24/18 08:22:52 PM

FLL BC Championship – Feb 3

On Saturday, February 3 2018, St. Margaret’s School will host the BC FIRST LEGO League Championship.

FIRST LEGO League (FLL) introduces young people, ages 9 to 14, to the fun and excitement of science and technology through team-based robotics competitions.

This year’s challenge is called Hydro Dynamics. Teams from all over BC will be coming together at St. Margaret’s School to have their robots judged and compete at the provincial games.

  • 8:45 am Doors Open and Registration Starts
  • 9:15 am Coaches Meeting
  • 9:30 am Opening Ceremonies
  • 10:00 am Judging begins
  • 10:15 am Robot Runs begin
  • 12:45 pm Lunch Break with FIRST Tech Challenge Demo
  • 1:30 pm Robot Runs
  • 4:00 pm Closing Celebration and Awards

Spectators are welcome at the championship games – which are also a good introduction for those interested in forming their own teams.

There will be rolling robot matches from 10am to 4pm on Saturday, February 3, at St. Margaret’s School, 1080 Lucas Ave, Victoria.

BC FIRST Tech Challenge League Two – January 24

January 24 , 2018 4:00 – 8:00pm St. Michael’s University School

BC FTC League One Event

British Columbia FIRST Tech Challenge League Two will be held at St. Michael’s University School (3400 Richmond Ave.) on Wednesday January 24, 2018.

4:00 pm Doors Open and Team Registration

4:30 – 5:30 Robot Inspection

6:00 – 8:00 Matches

8:00 – 8:30 Pack up and leave

Teams will play 5 robot game matches with the scores accumulating to the British Columbia Championships on Feb. 17, 2018.

FTC Results from League One

FTC League One Results

SMUS Campus Map

FLL Scrimmage – January 20

When: 1-4pm
Where: Landsdowne School ( 1765 Landsdowne Rd. Victoria)

FLL Scrimmage

Teams will have the opportunity to practice “real” robot runs. There will be judges and extra spectators for the project presentations, so teams can practice their presentation, get feedback from the judges and the spectators, and share their work with more people.

Please use the entrance marked with the black arrow (off Landsdowne Road).

Landsdowne School

For more information contact Uschi.Leslie@shaw.ca

FRC British Columbia Kickoff

FIRST Robotics Competition BC Kickoff

Kickoff marks the beginning of the design and build season. Details of the FIRST POWER UP game will be revealed. Teams have the opportunity to meet to compare notes, get ideas, make friends, find mentoring teams, learn the game, pick up the Kickoff Kit from the Kit of Parts, and get geared up for the exciting competition season.
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