Cathedral Catholic High School Robotics Team in Carmel Valley shines at San Diego Regional FIRST Robotics competition

Under the direction of mentors Mike Wallace and Mike Meziere, the Cathedral Catholic High School Robotics team was named the highest seeded rookie team at the conclusion of the qualifying rounds of the recent San Diego Regional FIRST Robotics competition. Over a two-day period, the team placed 12th out of 60 teams competing, which sent them to the quarterfinal rounds of competition. The team will play against very experienced and competitive teams from Canada, Germany, Alaska, California, Hawaii, Idaho and Nevada.

For more information about the competition, please see: http://www.sandiegoregional.com/?p=home

For more information about FIRST, please see: http://www.usfirst.org/.

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