Step 1: Visit RobotEvents and register your team. ($100 for the first team number at a school/organization and $50 per additional suffix for additional teams at the same school/organization.)
Step 2: Once RobotEvents has received payment from Step 1, visit any or all of the following links to register for the competition you wish to participate in. Each event is a separate $35.00 cost, there is no limit on the number of competitions you may compete in.
11/22/14 University of Louisiana at Lafayette State Qualifier
1/24/15 University of Louisiana at Lafayette State Qualifier
2/28/15 University of Louisiana at Lafayette STATE CHAMPIONSHIP (by invitation)
BATON ROUGE, LA
11/1/14 LSU College of Engineering FREE WORKSHOP
1/17/15 LSU College of Engineering State Qualifier
9/19-20/14 CENTURYLINK SCRIMMAGE
NEW ORLEANS, LA
11/8/14 Loyola University State Qualifier
1/10/15 Loyola University State Qualifier
12/13/14 Louisiana Tech FREE WORKSHOP
2/7/15 Louisiana Tech State Qualifier
Please be aware the above competitions are qualifiers for the Louisiana State Competition, which is a qualifier for the VEX World Championship. The Louisiana State Competition is scheduled for February 28, 2014 at UL Lafayette.
Details about the 2014-15 games:
Each mentor, volunteer or student participant will need to complete a consent form
Once payment is received for registering a team, you will receive a Welcome Kit that includes the sample game elements (for the first team only), team license plates, an engineering notebook, easyC and Robot C resource disks, fundraising information, and a hexbug, as well as red and blue VRC competition flags.
Additional Helpful Information:
Skyrise Game Rules
Highrise Game Rules
How to start and organize a VEX Robotics Team
Suggested process to build a VEX Competitive Robot
Robot trouble shooting guide
VEX Robotics Cortex controller user guide
17 LOUISIANA TEAMS TO VEX ROBOTICS STATE COMPETITION!
(3 TEAMS WILL QUALIFY FOR WORLD COMPETITION IN APRIL 2014)
ACADIANA HS, Lafayette
ARCHBISHOP HANNAN HS, Covington
CARROLL HS, Monroe
CATHOLIC HS OF POINTE COUPEE, New Roads (going to World Competition)
COMEAUX HS, Lafayette
FONTAINBLEAU HS, Mandeville
HAMMOND HS, Hammond
HOLY CROSS SCHOOL, New Orleans (going to World Competition)
LOUISIANA TECHNOLOGY STUDENT ASSOC, Reserve
LUSHER HS, New Orleans
MADISON HS, Tallulah
ST. FREDERICK HS, Monroe
ST. JOHN HS, Plaquemine
ST. MARY’S DOMINICAN HS, New Orleans
ST. THOMAS AQUINAS HS, Hammond
SALINE HS, Saline
TEAM COMBUSTION, Slidell (going to World Competition)
MANY THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING FOR OPENING THEIR CAMPUS FOR THE LOCAL VEX COMPETITIONS:
Frank Ducrest, UL Lafayette, Lafayette
Dale Turner, Holy Cross School, New Orleans
Dr. David Hall, LA Tech, Ruston
Dr. Zhuang (John) Li, McNeese State, Lake Charles
Summer Dann, LSU, Baton Rouge
Congratulations to the teams who completed in the 2012-2013 Red Stick Robotics' Louisiana Tech VEX Competition of Sack Attack
We had a great showing of teams from all over Louisiana as well as out of state teams for the first ever Louisiana VEX competition. This competition was called "Sack Attack."
The VEX Sack Attack is played on a 12' X 12' square field where alliances - one "red" and one "blue" composed of two teams each compete in matches consisting of a fifteen second autonomous period followed by one minute and forty-five seconds of driver-controlled play.
The object of the game is to attain a higher score than the opposing alliance by scoring sacks and bonus sacks in your colored floor goals, troughs and high goal and by having the most robots of your color parked at the end of the match.
The Excellence Award, which is the top all around team on both robot performance and judged categories was awarded to team 6328 Team Robo Pound from Carroll High School in Monroe, La. This team qualified to go on to compete in Anaheim, Ca at the VEX Robotics World Championship.
The Tournament Champions which is awarded to the teams on the winning alliance was awarded to 4436A the Catholic of Pointe Coupee Robotics Club from Catholic of Pointe Coupee School in New Roads, La and 1082D the Extreme Engineering IV from the Exreme Engineering Club at Lovejoy High School in Lucas, Tx.
The Tournament Finalists which is awarded to the teams on the finalist alliance was awarded to 1082B Extreme Engineering II from the Exreme Engineering Club at Lovejoy High School in Lucas, Tx and 6328 Team
Robo Pound from Carroll High School in Monroe, La.
The Programming Skills winner was team 1082B Extreme Engineering II from the Exreme Engineering Club at Lovejoy High School in Lucas, Tx.
The Design Award was awarded to team 6328 Team Robo Pound from Carroll High School in Monroe, La as the team with a professional design approach.
Red Stick Robotics' would like to thank Dr. David Hall from Louisiana Tech and all of the volunteers who assisted with the competition.
Our next competition will be another VEX Sack Attack, held at the University of New Orleans on February 16,
2013. The competition is open to the public as spectators and team registration is still available by following the information at the top of this page.