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Dublin High School Robotics Club Competing for VEX World Championship Slot

January 26, 2014

Dublin High School Gael Force Robotics LogoDublin High School’s Gael Force Robotics Club has been working hard designing and building robots in order to reach their goal of attending the VEX 2014 World Championships in April, and you can help them get there! The team is currently competing in two online challenges and needs your votes. To vote, all you need to do is register on the VEX Robotics Forum ( and then visit the entry pages to cast your vote on the two entries:

  • The club designed and built a massive trophy-delivering robot (video below) – view the entry and vote here.
  • The club has also submitted their club website – view the entry and vote here.

In competition so far for the 2013-14 season:

  • Dougherty Valley VEX Robotics Tournament (October 2013): Team 5327B won the Design Award and qualified for the State Championship in March
  • Bellarmine VEX Robotics Tournament (November 2013): Team 5327B made it to quarterfinals and team 5327A to the semifinals
  • Modesto VEX Robotics Tournament (December 2013): Team 5327A (a returning champion) won the tournament with teams 2059A and 21B. The Dublin High School Gael Force Robotics Club also won the Inspire Award (based on nominations by other teams). Team 5327B was ranked 7th overall in the tournament and became 4th seeded alliance captains.

Dublin High School’s Gael Force Robotics Club has been hard at work for these challenges and would appreciates you taking a few minutes to vote in support of our local team; every vote counts!

Here are more photos of the trophy-delivering robot the team created:

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