2018 FRC Season
RAID competed in the 2018 FRC season with our robot Icarus. RAID qualified for the Pacific Northwest District Championship for the 4th consecutive season.
The Game – FIRST POWER UP
The game involves two alliances of three teams each, with each team controlling a robot and performing specific tasks on a field to score points. The game has a retro 8-bit theme and teams are required to place milk crates, or “power cubes”, on large balancing scales to tip the scale…
2017 FRC Season
RAID competed in the 2017 FRC season with our robot, Agitator. RAID qualified for PNW districts and World Championships.
The Game – FIRST Steamworks
FIRST Steamworks was the FIRST Robotics Competition game for the 2017 season. As in past games, two alliances of three individual teams and their robots compete on a field to score “match” point to win the game and ranking points to advance to playoff rounds….
2016 FRC Season
RAID competed in the 2016 FRC season with our robot Lance. RAID won the Auburn High School event and also won PNW Districts and qualified for World Championships.
The Game – FIRST Stronghold
The 2016 FIRST Stronghold competition involved two alliances of three teams on each alliance with their robots performing certain tasks, trying to gain match points to win the match, and ranking points to advance to playoffs. The game had a medieval theme and the tasks included going over barriers and throwing a ball into a castle….
2015 FRC Season
RAID competed in the 2015 FRC season with our robot. RAID qualified for the PNW district event and World Championships.
The Game – Recycle Rush
The FIRST 2015 game, Recycle Rush, included two alliances with each with three teams, like usual. Teams would pick up totes and recycling bins and stack them on top of one another in a scoring platform on the field. Teams would gain points for each one…
2014 FRC Season
RAID competed in the 2014 FRC game Aerial Assist in the Auburn and Auburn Mountainview events.
The Game – Aerial Assist
The FIRST Aerial Assist 2014 competition involved two alliances, each with three teams. Teams would build a robot that would take a ball about 2 feet in diameter around the field and try to get it into a goal on the ground or shoot it into a goal above the driver station….
2013 FRC Season
RAID competed in the 2013 FRC game Ultimate Ascent in the Seattle Regional Competition.
The Game – Ultimate Ascent
The 2013 FIRST Ultimate Ascent game consisted of two alliances with three teams on each, trying to throw discs into 4 different goals, all at different heights….