OHS Robotics Has Good Showing at State Competition
Congratulations to Orange High School’s “The Flying Circuits” Robotics Team on its outstanding showing at the recent state competition in May, with a fourth place finish at the Ohio State Championships. This marked the team's first appearance at States ever.
The team created "Hoff 9000," a robot that can grab, maneuver, drop, throw, and compete in a series of challenges including obstacle courses and maneuverability. Members noted their achievements and successes in the various STEM areas as a direct result of the program. Pictured here (from left, top row) are Sophia Midamba, Harold Henderson Jr, Qusain Shirazi, Cameron Johnson, Daniel Simon, teacher/advisor Ryan McMonigle, Nora Steiner, advisor Danny DiCioccio, and (from left, middle row) Simon Wieder, Aiden Scheer, Alex Fiocca (left of robot), Kane Laninga, Jakob Evans, David Miron, Tad Hannibal, Jeremy Stark and James Blevins. In front is David Gostomelsky.