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"Did it again and did it again" - Baby Keem. The Power Hawks placed first at our second districts-level competition, with Corvus outperforming itself. We played 10 qualification matches, finishing with a record of 9-1, and the highest average points per match at 32.8 points. For the first time in years, we held the first seed going into alliance selection, ultimately selecting team 449 and team 116. As the first seeded team, we were on the red alliance throughout the playoffs, where we did not lose a single game, and secured the win!



Updated: Mar 18

The Covid-19 Pandemic truly hurt every single robotics team, and affected us as well. Despite this immense setback, the Power Hawks stayed dedicated to impacting the community, and it paid off. The Power Hawks won the 2022 Chairman's award for the Greater DC district. After hard work through staying active in the community, Chairman's is ours to claim!



To Corvus or not to Corvus? That is not the question, as the clear answer is to Corvus. For the first time in a couple years, the Power Hawks robot was truly a force to be reckoned with. We played 10 qualification matches, finishing with a record of 7-3, and the highest average points for the autonomous period at 12.6 points, with the second highest being 9.8 points. After the qualification matches, we held the third seed. We ended up being drafted by the first seed, the Robo Lions. The third team of the alliance ended up being 2186, the Dogs of Steel. As the first seeded alliance for the playoffs, we were guaranteed to be on the red alliance throughout playoffs. After sweeping the 4th seed in the semifinals, we were to play the second seeded team. We swept the second seed in the finals and secured the regionals win!


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