The remarkable achievement of the PHS Robotics Team places them within the top 1% of VEX Robotics teams worldwide, showcasing their exceptional talent and commitment to excellence.

Plymouth Robotics Team 586E, comprised of talented students Freddy Kallenberg, Cora Hanes, Jonah Rich, and Chance Miller, alongside dedicated Coach Michael Wraight and Assistant Coach Daniel Kallenberg, returned triumphantly from the VEX Robotics World Championship held from April 25th to April 27th. The prestigious competition, spanning three intense days, hosted an impressive array of 820 teams from across the globe.  Their division had other teams from across the US, along with teams from China, New Zealand, Turkey, Canada, Kazakhstan and the Czech Republic.

Team 586E soared to an outstanding 6th place finish within their division.

Throughout the competition, Team 586E not only demonstrated technical proficiency but also fostered invaluable connections with fellow robotics enthusiasts from all around the world, enriching their global perspective and fostering a spirit of camaraderie among participants.

Reflecting on the team’s accomplishments, Coach Michael Wraight expressed immense pride in their achievements, emphasizing his confidence in their capacity to achieve even greater feats in the years to come. Their success serves as a beacon of inspiration for aspiring roboticists and underscores Plymouth’s commitment to fostering innovation and excellence in STEM education.

As Plymouth Robotics Team 586E returns home, they carry with them not only the accolades of their remarkable performance but also the invaluable experiences and friendships forged on the world stage of robotics excellence.

Article & photo provided.   (Left to Right) Cora Hanes, Chance Miller, Jonah Rich, Freddy Kallenberg