Seventh-graders on two teams -- PPMH Lords, left, from Pinecrest Preparatory Middle-High School in Miami, and Roborams from Riveria Middle School in Miami, take part in a qualifying round at the Junior Orange Bowl VEX Qualifier Robotics Competition on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016. Roborams won the round. Miami-Dade County's largest robotics competition brought more than 100 teams to the Miami Springs Recreation Center. Teams represented home-school, public, private and charter school education. Top winners of the competiton will advance to state championships and possibly the national championship.
Seventh-graders on two teams -- PPMH Lords, left, from Pinecrest Preparatory Middle-High School in Miami, and Roborams from Riveria Middle School in Miami, take part in a qualifying round at the Junior Orange Bowl VEX Qualifier Robotics Competition on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016. Roborams won the round. Miami-Dade County's largest robotics competition brought more than 100 teams to the Miami Springs Recreation Center. Teams represented home-school, public, private and charter school education. Top winners of the competiton will advance to state championships and possibly the national championship. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com
Seventh-graders on two teams -- PPMH Lords, left, from Pinecrest Preparatory Middle-High School in Miami, and Roborams from Riveria Middle School in Miami, take part in a qualifying round at the Junior Orange Bowl VEX Qualifier Robotics Competition on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016. Roborams won the round. Miami-Dade County's largest robotics competition brought more than 100 teams to the Miami Springs Recreation Center. Teams represented home-school, public, private and charter school education. Top winners of the competiton will advance to state championships and possibly the national championship. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com

Students create robots to compete in the first Junior Orange Bowl / Bots For All challenge

November 07, 2016 05:44 PM

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