4-H Lego Robotics Teams Wins 2nd at State

  • Cotton County 4-H Sr. Robotics Team receiving their State Plaque for 2nd place at the Oklahoma 4-H State Robotics Contest. Pictured (Left to Right): State 4-H STEM Specialist Jeff Sallee, Aiden Spence, Preston Fremin, Zachary Wagner, and Luke Liming.
    Cotton County 4-H Sr. Robotics Team receiving their State Plaque for 2nd place at the Oklahoma 4-H State Robotics Contest. Pictured (Left to Right): State 4-H STEM Specialist Jeff Sallee, Aiden Spence, Preston Fremin, Zachary Wagner, and Luke Liming.
  • Cotton County 4-H’ers participating in the State 4-H Robotics Contest with their EV3 Lego Robot. Pictured (Left to Right): Front Row: Luke Liming, Jaxon Kelley, Brooke Olbera, Kaizer Gonzalez, Avery Wagner, Kaydee Britt, Rory Schroeder Hill, Gracelynn Williams. Back Row: Adien Spence, Zachary Wagner, Luke Liming, and Preston Fremin.
    Cotton County 4-H’ers participating in the State 4-H Robotics Contest with their EV3 Lego Robot. Pictured (Left to Right): Front Row: Luke Liming, Jaxon Kelley, Brooke Olbera, Kaizer Gonzalez, Avery Wagner, Kaydee Britt, Rory Schroeder Hill, Gracelynn Williams. Back Row: Adien Spence, Zachary Wagner, Luke Liming, and Preston Fremin.
Most people think 4-H is all about Cows and Cooking but today’s 4-H has many more opportunities including Robotics. For the last 3 months over 15 youth have been learning how to build and operate Lego Robots. These youth ranging from 3rd grade to 12th grade have met in the beginning every other week to twice a week. These youth spent hours measuring and calculating to program their robots for the…

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