Roane County High School’s robotics team is kicking into high gear, busier than ever before in its third year of competiton.
This year, the team is building two robots instead of one.
“The game is very competitive this year and very hectic, so we aren’t sure which will work best,” said team captain Cothran Theiss, a junior. “We are going to see which one performs better once we have it built.”
It’s a totally different game this season, according to Theiss.
Each competition has been different.