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PMHS Robotics Kick Off 2014 Competitive Season

Team has six weeks to design robot for "Aerial Assist."

Patchogue-Medford FIRST Robotics Team 329 in Nov. 2013 following their win at the Half Hollow Hills invitational.
Patchogue-Medford FIRST Robotics Team 329 in Nov. 2013 following their win at the Half Hollow Hills invitational.
Patchogue-Medford High School's FIRST Robotics Team 329 attended Saturday's 2014 season kickoff at Stony Brook University, and will have six weeks to build a robot to compete in this year's game.

This year's game is called "Aerial Assist," and will have the robots pass balls amongst each other in order to score points in a goal.

A Youtube video demonstrating this year's game can be viewed by clicking here.

Following the six-week period, the team will begin competitions.

Earlier this school year, the Patchogue-Medford team won at the Half Hollow Hills invitational. Last year the team competed at the national championship in St. Louis.

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