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Purdue Polytechnic HS and Marion Co STEM 4-H club VRC Blended Winter state Qualifier; Indianapolis, IN

26-Feb-2022 Add to Calendar
Event Code
VEX Robotics Competition
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VEXNet Field Control
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Standard Registration Opens
6-Sep-2021 14:03 EDT
Registration Deadline
11-Feb-2022 23:59 EST
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  • This event currently has no spaces available.
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General Info

UPDATE:  If you are interested in coming in on Friday to help with setup and run some or all of your skills, please email me and let me know. This is the last tournament of the season and we want everyone to be able to run their skills but there is a hard rule that says once alliance selection starts, we cannot run skills any more.

Purdue Polytechnic High School and the Marion County 4-H STEM Club invites you to compete in this VRC Tipping Point state championship qualifying event.  It will be held on the 3rd floor of the Mallory Building which is now the home of Purdue Polytechnic High School Englwood Campus. There will be pizza order forms for lunch, and a concession stand.

Early Bird Registration will be used this year.

Note: The first two events selected will count toward Early Bird and cannot be changed once used.

State spots will most likely be added to this event toward the end of October, first of November.

Grade Level: All

Skills Challenge Offered: Yes

Judging Format: All In-Person Judging

Event Dates & Locations

Date: 26-Feb-2022

3029 E Washington St
3029 East Washington Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46201
United States

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As usual, the agenda is more of a guideline than something set in stone. Often we get off to a slow start (hope that is not the case this time) but we usually end on time. I am hoping we can get ahead of schedule and end early.  We do plan to take a break for lunch but skills will remain open. Please consider taking advantage of our optional Friday time in order to reduce the lines at the skills field(s).

For teams that would like to get skills runs in on Friday, come help us set up and we will inspect your robot Friday and let you run skills. We will be finishing a league but will have plenty of fields to do skills even while the league is running.  Please send me an email letting me know what teams you have that would like to participate in this. My email address is [email protected]


4:00 PM help set up the tournament

5:30 PM Eliminations for league play


7:30 AM     Doors open

8:00 AM     Inspections begin and skills field opens for teams that are inspected

9:00 AM     Inspections close and Driver meeting begins

9:30 AM   Matches begin

3:30 PM     Allinace Selection

3:45 PM     Eliminations




If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Barry Atwell at [email protected].

Emergency/Bad Weather Policy

We will do our best to have the tournament with whatever teams are able to make it unless the government shuts down our ability to proceed.

Refund and Payment Policies

Our policy is that we do not issue refunds. We may consider exceptions on a rare case by case basis.

Health and Safety Policies

We will follow all state and county mandated policies that are in effect at the time of the tournament.


The tournament will be live streamed on YouTube. The URL will be provided closer to the date of the tournament.

Judging Format

Please review the following Judging Format options and keep the ones that apply to your event, and delete the others that do not apply. Feel free to add or edit to suit your event. 

  •  In-Person Judging - The Team Interviews and Engineering Notebooks will be judged in-person the day of the event. Teams should bring a physical copy of their notebook to submit to the judges.