By Scott D. Johnston
For GH Newspaper Group
In the world of organized high school robotics competitions, it may be that size doesn’t really matter. Smarts and savvy seem to be the secrets of success.
How else to explain that members of the 4-H Ocosta “Fishy Business Inc.” team from Ocosta Junior/Senior High School in Westport crushed the competition, are preparing for the ultimate battle at a world championship event next month and already have an impressive world record atop their stellar stats?
The Fishy Business team, with seven students and three adult mentors, finished second among 73 teams from 14 states at the FIRST Tech Challenge West Super Regional event at the Tacoma Convention Center March 11. That makes them one of five teams from Washington state and 128 overall that will battle it out at the FTC World Championships to be held April 19-22 in Houston, Texas.
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