Our Robots and History

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: [REDACTED]

Robot Code

Drive Base: [REDACTED]

Status: Under Construction

⚔️ Competitions:

Glacier Peak

Sammamish

District Championship?

Worlds?

Check out our Open Alliance thread for this season on Chief Delphi!

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: Dodo

Robot Code

CAD

Drive Base: Swerve

Status: Gone, but not forgotten. o7

⚔️ Competitions:

Bonney Lake 7-8-0

Sammamish 10-7-0

District Championship 10-4-0

🌍 Worlds (Galileo) 6-5-0 

2023 was a very successful year for us. We were 33-24-0 and placed 22nd in the PNW district. We won the District Championship along with teams 2910, 1983, and 2046. We made it all the way to the semifinals in the World Championship Galileo division before being eliminated. 

Check out our Open Alliance thread for this season on Chief Delphi!

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: Quackers

Status: Terminated

Robot Code

Drive Base: Swerve

⚔️Competitions:

Sammamish 7-12-0

Auburn 6-8-0

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: Atris AKA Hotshot

Status: In Service (Outreach)

Robot Code 

Drive Base: Tank

2020 would have been a great year for NRG, but the universe had other ideas. This bot was one of the most accurate and consistent bots of the season, though it never saw any official competitions. We still use this bot for community outreach events.

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: Zenith

Status: Terminated

Robot Code

⚔️Competitions:

Auburn Mountainview 15-6-0

Auburn 8-8-0

District Championship 7-8-0

🌍 Worlds (Turing) 9-2-0

🌍🧠 Worlds (Einstein) 2-0-0

2019 was our most successful year ever. We were 41-24-0 in official play. We won the Turing division and made it all the way to the Einstein finals along with teams 6986, 3310, and 254.

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: Claptrap

Status: Terminated

Robot Code

⚔️Competitions:

Auburn 8-8-0

Auburn Mountainview 9-8-0

District Championship 6-6-0

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: H.P. Lovecube

Status: Terminated

Robot Code 

⚔️Competitions:

Mount Vernon 9-6-0

Auburn 13-4-0

District Championship 10-5-0

🌍 Worlds (Turing) 5-5-0

🤖 Robot Info:

Name:  Attila the Hun

Status: Terminated

Robot Code 

⚔️Competitions:

Mount Vernon 5-9-0

Auburn 8-6-0

🤖 Robot Info:

Name:  Edward Scissorlift

Status: Terminated

Robot Code 

⚔️Competitions:

Glacier Peak - Avg. Playoff 79.43

Auburn - Avg. Playoff 67.5

District Championship  - Avg. Playoff 89

🌍 Worlds (Curie) - Avg. Playoff 177.2

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: Manny

Status: Terminated

Robot Code (SmartDashboard)

⚔️Competitions:

Mount Vernon 11-8-0

Shorewood 10-5-0

Auburn 12-3-1

District Championship 7-7-0

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: Captain Hook

Status: Terminated

Robot Code 

⚔️Competitions:

Central Washington 11-4-0

Seattle 15-0-0

🌍 Worlds (Archimedes) 7-3-0

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: Sheila

Status: Terminated

Robot Code 

⚔️Competitions:

Seattle Cascade 6-6-1

Spokane 7-5-1

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: Noah

Status: Terminated

Robot Code 

⚔️Competitions:

Seattle Cascade 3-4-2

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: Bob

Status: Terminated

Robot Code

⚔️Competitions:

Oregon 5-4-0

Seattle 12-5-0

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: [REDACTED]

Status: Terminated

⚔️Competitions:

Oregon 6-3-0

Seattle 5-4-0

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: GLaDOS

Status: Terminated

Drive Base: Mecanum

⚔️Competitions:

Seattle 9-8-2

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: [REDACTED]

Status: Terminated

⚔️Competitions:

Pacific Northwest (Oregon) 11-3-1

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: [REDACTED]

Status: Terminated

⚔️Competitions:

Pacific Northwest (Oregon) 8-4-0

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: The Birdwell Machine

Status: Terminated

Features:

⚔️Competitions:

Pacific Northwest (Oregon) 4-4-0

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: Rolling Thunder

Status: Terminated

Robot Code 

NOTE: The webcrawler that archived this webpage archived very little of the original robot code.

Features:


Strategies:


⚔️Competitions:

Pacific Northwest (Oregon) 7-2-0

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: Armed and Dangerous

Status: Terminated

Features:

⚔️Competitions:

Pacific Northwest (Seattle) 6-6-0

🤖 Robot Info:

Name: Mostly Harmless

Status: Terminated

Features:

⚔️Competitions:

Pacific Northwest (Seattle) 6-7-1

Ancient NRG History

(Taken from our website, circa early 2004)

Beginnings

"In 2001, Mr. Thad Wilhelm, our team advisor, began teaching at Newport High School. After advising a FIRST Robotics team at his previous school, he decided to start one at Newport, too. Thus, the Newport Robotics Group was born.

In our first year, approximately twenty-five members joined the club to participate in public relations, animation, and building and designing the robot. We went to the first ever Pacific Northwest Regional comeptition at the University of Washington. FIRST's annual challenge was picking up balls and putting them in goals. These goals were supposed to be moved into certain scoring areas. Around 35 teams participated in the regional event and we received 5th place. We also made it to the quarter-finals and were presented with the Team Spirit award."

Our Second Year

"The second year was even better than the first. The size of our club grew to around thirty people and we were able to build a much better robot. We entered a submission for the Chairman's Award and created an animation (unfortunately, it was disqualified on technicalities).

We had a lot of fun at the competition. Although our robot was superior to last year's bot, we had a few unfortunate failures, like our robot being turned off by a falling box. Our team seeded 11th, but we received 6th place and reached the quarter-finals. Our Elimination Rounds alliance included Team 360, The Revolution, which hails from nearby Tacoma, Washington."

Our Third Year

"Our team now has 33 members, with many veteran members participating in the club since the birth of our club two years ago. We've definitely learned from our mistakes in previous years and reogranized the team into stricter groups and subgroups. We have a leadership council to make sure that everything is running smoothly and everybody knows what they're supposed to be doing. In addition, we've started designing and programming earlier this year.

We're now in the middle of the season right now. Our newest robot, "Rolling Thunder" will compete at the new location for the Pacific NW Regional, Portland, Orgeon. This year's game seems to be even more challenging than previous years. With so many different strategies and options to take, our robot will have to be more versatile - and it is! The competition is coming up very soon, so we're working as feverishly as always!"

(2005 Website Banner)

(NRG Propaganda)

(Rolling Thunder (2004 Bot) Wallpaper)

(2009 Website Banner)