Robotics Teams

Robotics Teams Reach World Championship
This is the image for the news article titled Robotics Teams Reach World ChampionshipThe robotics teams from Park Hill and Park Hill South high schools earned honors at the world championship.

The Park Hill South Electromagnetic Panthers placed 50th in their division.

The Park Hill High School Trobots placed 56th in their division and received the Creativity Award, which recognizes design creativity, component use and play strategy.

Both robotics teams from PHHS and Park Hill South won regional championships to advance to the world championship.

Daniel Henson is the Park Hill South robotics coach, and Jennifer Schoenfeldt is the assistant coach. Evan Kraviec is the PHHS robotics coach, and Jim Ressler is the assistant coach.

Park Hill South Electromagnetic Panthers, Team 5126
(members who competed at the world championship)

Grace Barlow, LEAD Innovation Studio
Grant Bergstrom
Myron Chou
Jaden Day, LEAD
Jacob Ditmars 
Mitchell Drumright
Ian Flowers
Brian Francis
Camden Green, LEAD
Marika Harmon
Allison Hermelink
Ethan Houts
Martin Jimenez
Gavin Kellam
Jake Lockey 
Jackson Mansell
Cooper Mathisen
Trinity McCann
Tristin McCann
Amy Montalbano
Annalysse O'Hara
AudreyAnn Painter
Lizzy Palencia
Nicholas Porting
Nicholas Postma
Marquis Roby
Joe Schmidt
Nathan Shaw
Andrew Sincere
Cameron Steffen-Conway
Katelynn Thompson
Ethan Thummel
Brooke Tiedt
Elijah Wilhelm, LEAD
Noah Wimmer
Nakiya Woodley

PHHS Trobots, Team 5013
(team members who competed at the world championship)

Caleb Bradley, LEAD 
Jacob Bulla
Emmett Bulla
Colin Carroll
Matthew Chilson, LEAD
Cole Codding
Piper Cohen
Bill Erdenebaatar
Josh Gabriel
Elijah Gabriel
Denny George
Emmalyn Golden
CJ Green
Cameron Haines
Tristan Hardy
Ethan Mongar, LEAD
Barinamene Nwike
Philippe Realina
Reinart Realina
Sam Ream
Alex Roberts
Brinna Roberts
Megan Scheidel
Aiden Stremmel
Lorelei Wilson