CONCORD —Three local robotics teams will compete at the VEX World Championships April 19-25 in Louisville, Kentucky.
McMichael High School secured its second-straight state title on March 11 at the NC Vex Robotics Competition State Championship at John Robinson High School in Concord to secure one of five North Carolina slots in the VEX High School Worlds competition.
Joining them will be Morehead High School, who also brought home a state championship last Saturday.
In the tournament, three teams formed into an alliance for competition. In The finals the two best alliances compete against one another for the state crown.
McMichael team 2777G, consisting of Franco Neal and Michael Mungray, paired up with the Morehead trio of Casey Craddock, Jade Bowling and Annie Ni to bring home state bragging rights.
Their win also advanced them to the World competition that was televised on ESPN 2 last
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