BRENTWOOD ACADEMY TO REPRESENT TENNESSEE AT WORLD ROBOTICS COMPETITION
BRENTWOOD, TN — April 19, 2016– Four student robotics teams from Brentwood Academy will represented the state of Tennessee at the 2016 VEX Worlds Competition April 20-23 in Louisville, Kentucky.
The four BA teams earned the privilege to represent Tennessee after a year of local and regional competitions, culminating in the VEX State Competition earlier this year.
Last year, two teams from Brentwood Academy competed at the VEX Worlds Competition with one of the teams winning the coveted Design Award.
Team coaches are Wendy Stallings, Chris Allen, and Cameron Clark.
Coach Allen commented: “BA Robotics team members have spend thousands of hours since April of last year building, rebuilding, and refining their robots. Earning an entry into the World Championship is a huge honor. BA is sending three teams from high school and one team from middle school. We are very excited about their potential at the World Championship this year.”
Representatives from Brentwood Academy this year include (see attached photos):
TEAM 9364 State tournament champions and Programming Skills winners: (Noah Franks, Will Shipp, and Ross Kennedy)
TEAM 9364C State tournament finalists and Excellence Award winners: (Nathan Springman, Lilly Adams, and Jordan Wildman)
TEAM 9364E State tournament finalists and Robot Skills winners: (Hank Roberson, Brock Powell, and Jon Mason Billington)
Team 9364F State tournament champions, Middle School Judges Award winners, and MS Excellence Award winners: (Spencer Guy, Patrick Melton, and Matthew Lambreth)
Brentwood Academy is a co-educational, independent, college preparatory school dedicated to nurturing and challenging each whole person—body, mind, and spirit—to the glory of God.