This past Saturday, the Crawfordsville High School robotics team hosted and competed in the Indiana State Robotics competition. The robotics team, composed of three teams, sent both TOBOR and Botman to the state competition. The teams did pretty well in the competition. TOBOR, which is comprised of seniors Kyler Morgan and Logan Vogler, juniors Tayden Morgan, Sam Foster, Luka Mikek, Ethan Fry, and Mariel Oshel, and sophomore Emily Bost, placed fifth in the competition, one spot short of qualifying for the World Championships. However, they can still go to the World Championships if one of the four teams cannot go. They also won the second highest award at the competition, the Think Award. The other CHS Robotics team, Botman, also took home an award at the State Competition. Congratulations to our CHS Robotics teams and all of their accomplishments at this year's State Competition.