Team History

2014 Aerial Assist


Robot Information

  • Dragonfly once won a comptetition while broken.
  • The robot got its name "Dragonfly" because the robot's intake and storage mechanism looked somewhat like a dragonfly's wings and tail.

Competitions and Awards
  • Lake Superior Regional: Regional Winners
  • Minnesota 10,000 Lakes Regional: Regional Winners
  • FIRST Championships: Galileo Division Quarterfinalists
  • MSHSL FIRST State Championships: State Winners

This game starts off with a 15 second autonomous period where robots are controlled autonomously. Robots may control two-foot wide exercise balls and score them into either a High Goal, located above the opposing alliance’s drivers stations, or a Low Goal, located on each corner of the field. Robots work together, or Assist each other, to score into the High Goal. Each additional Assist will give more points to the score with a maximum of three assists or all robots on the alliance helping move the ball to the other side of the field. Robots may also score points by throwing and catching the ball between robots over the Truss, or middle bar over the field.