Robotics Team

Cyberhawks to compete at State Championships

The Holdrum CyberHawks won the 2nd place Champions award out of the 80 top teams in NJ.  The team was in the top three of all judging categories with a perfect score on their robot design rubric and placed 18th overall in robot performance. 

This 2nd place award has resulted in the CyberHawks receiving a bid to compete in the World Championship to be held in Detroit April 2019 where they will compete against 100+ of the top teams in the entire world. 

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