Woodrow Wilson RoboCats earn UIL State Championship

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The 2016 Woodrow Wilson RoboCats.

The robotics team at Woodrow Wilson High School earned a state championship this weekend at the inaugural state summer robotics program hosted by University Interscholastic League.

This year’s game required different school teams to complete tasks together to earn points. The RoboCats were teamed with Clear Creek ISD in League City, Greenville High School and Harlandale ISD from San Antonio.

Earlier this year the RoboCats had their best showing yet at the First Robotics Competition.

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