Brenham CSI

Sixth graders from the Brenham CSI Program took part in the international robotics competition, First Lego League, this past Saturday.

Brenham sent six teams to the competition, which was held at the Oakcrest Intermediate School in Cypress.

This year’s theme for First Lego League was Super Powered.

Teams were judged based on four criteria: Core Values, Innovation Project, Robot Design, and Robot Game.

The Jackhammers received the First Place Champions Award.  The team consists of Aakash Puligundla, Joaquin Terry, Mallorie Renn, Sam Guillory, Dinah Grace Neil, Kamryn Johnson, and Max Felder.

The Second Place Champions Award winners were the Plasma Bolts. The Plasma Bolts team members are Briley Jasinski, Carter Canales, Harlee Duckett, Aiden Luna, Ty Harl, and Ted "Cuatro" Masser.

The Third Place Champions Award winners were the Sewer Savers.  The Sewer Savers are made up of Cooper Plagens, Jonathan Campbell, Tyler Zschech, Audrey Schaer, Chloe Zwahr, and Summer Narro.

Those three teams will advance to the East Texas First Lego League Tournament, which is being held on February 11 in Splendora.

Meanwhile, the SW Warriors won second place in Robot Design. The SW Warriors are Leone Hernandez, Ethan Haney, Corbin Brooks, Kingston Hall, and Natalie Schroeder.

The Electric Tornadoes finished second in Core Values. The Electric Tornadoes consist of Aurora Osagie, Bruce Avalos, Griffin Marek, Caleb Dyer, Eleanor Bunger, Jack Clover, and Cooper Janosky.

The Aqua Busters received a trophy for the Rising Star Award. The Aqua Busters are made up of Brock Bellard, Davis Lonsert, Nayeli Benetiz, Tice Lange, Evin Bogert, Grace McWhorter, and John "JB" Schaer.

Brenham CSI stands for Challenging Scientific Investigations.  They are apart of the Brenham ISD Gifted and Talented Program.

The teams are under the supervision of CSI Teacher Kristi Felder and 6th Grade Science and Social Studies Teacher Ben Lewis.

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