FTC League One Results

British Columbia League One was held in the Engineering Lab Wing (ELW) building at the University of Victoria on Sunday November 19.

BC League 1

Rank Team # Team Name QP RP Highest Matches Played
1 3491 FIX IT 8 159 97 5
2 12281 Elgin Robotics 8 151 92 5
3 13549 EMCS Robotics 8 86 84 5
4 11589 Fusion 6 161 97 5
5 13724 BUILD IT 6 96 92 5
6 13459 Gear Girls 4 106 69 5
7 13464 Fission 4 72 36 5
8 12354 Belmont Bytes 2 149 65 5
9 11843 Island Connect Ed 2 112 36 5
10 13505 ROBO 2 100 30 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 League One

League One will be held in the Engineering Lab Wing (ELW) building at the University of Victoria on Sunday November 19.

All FIRST events are free and open to the public.


10:30   Pits Open
11:30   Robot Inspection Opens
1:00   Matches Start
4:30   Event Ends

See the map showing where you can drop off and where to park.

parking map for event

FIRST Tech Challenge Season

British Columbia is introducing Leagues for the 2017/18 FIRST Tech Challenge season. It means that your team will get more opportunities to play matches with your robot. All teams are encouraged to participate in League events which will be held in November, January and February. The scores from the League events will carry forward to the British Columbia Championships which will be held in February.

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Aila Simpson wins a Dean’s List Award in Houston

In an effort to recognize the leadership and dedication of FIRST’s most outstanding FIRST Tech Challenge students, the Kamen family sponsors an Award for selected top students known as the FIRST Dean’s List. Since its introduction in 2010, the FIRST Dean’s List Award has attracted the attention of prestigious colleges and universities who desire to recruit FIRST Dean’s List students.

British Columbia sent two Dean’s List Finalists to the FIRST Championship in Houston:  Clare Feddema and Aila Simpson.
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