2015 Central Valley Nothing But Net Tournament

{“data”:[{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”Last Saturday \\(12/5/2015\\) VEX teams 254C, 254B, and 254F competed in the 5th Annual Central Valley VEX Robotics Challenge. For all teams that competed, this was their 3rd tournament of the season, so it was a great opportunity to implement changes based on their previous tournaments.\n”}},{“type”:”image”,”data”:{“file”:{“url”:”//media.team254.com/2016/01/8ce4078e-23471671531_82359b5dab_o-400×300.jpg”,”full”:”//media.team254.com/2016/01/8ce4078e-23471671531_82359b5dab_o.jpg”},”text”:”Team 254B preparing for an elimination match.”}},{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”Overall, all teams performed very well at the tournament. Throughout the day, all 254 teams were ranked highly, and were strong competitors. 254B ended the qualification matches ranked 7th, and was invited to join the 3rd seed alliance with teams 973A & 4033B. Team 254C went into alliance selection as the undefeated first seed robot, and picked teams 3396 & 973G to join their alliance. While team 254B unfortunately lost during the semifinals, team 254C was able to win all of their matches throughout eliminations, and ultimately won the tournament.\n”}},{“type”:”image”,”data”:{“file”:{“url”:”//media.team254.com/2016/01/8d350798-22925675164_81615706d7_o-400×300.jpg”,”full”:”//media.team254.com/2016/01/8d350798-22925675164_81615706d7_o.jpg”},”text”:”Team 254C poses with their robot, trophy, and alliance partners.”}},{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”Despite not making it into the elimination matches, team 254F impressed the judges with their robot and strategy, and was awarded the Judges Award. \n”}},{“type”:”image”,”data”:{“file”:{“url”:”//media.team254.com/2016/01/94b807ca-23258659610_6ebc0a9c79_o-400×300.jpg”,”full”:”//media.team254.com/2016/01/94b807ca-23258659610_6ebc0a9c79_o.jpg”},”text”:”Team 254F & their alliance partners discussing strategy before their match.”}},{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”This tournament was a rather successful one for Team 254, and everyone involved learned a lot. Teams will now return to working on their robots and strategies for the upcoming Willow Glen tournament.\n”}}]}