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Team Info

Team Roster


Tad Stapleton
Team Captain

Jim Fairless
Mentor

Doug Mitchell
Team Coach

Tracy Flaigg-Fairless
Mentor

Adam Flaigg-Fairless
Programming Captain

Mason Reynolds
Engineering Captain

Cheyenne Lyon
Business Captain

Fernando Dzul Fisher
Programming

Chance Giguiere
Engineer

Cristian Bautista
Business

Cat Walgren
Programming

Riley Hebert
Engineer

Adam Morse
Programming

Matthew Grauff
Engineer

Maya McGill
Programming

Scott Gregory
Engineer

Robert Beauparland
Engineer


FAQ

Who are we?

We are future engineers, programmers, mathematicians, and scientists. We are students and people looking to better our future.
We are the C.Y.B.O.R.G. Seagulls, Team 3673.

What's FIRST?

FIRST Robotics is an amazing program that teaches students that Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) are not only rewarding, but fun. In the world we live in it has become more evident that the world needs STEM students and the FIRST robotics program is a way of obtaining that goal. Every year they hold numerous competitions that teach students the practical applications of STEM while having fun.
Please, check out their website at http://www.usfirst.org/ to learn more.

What's the difference between robotics and conventional sports?

The largest difference is in the way teams treat one another or what we call, gracious professionalism. In conventional sports you don't give the other teams your game plan, in robotics you want too. FIRST robotics isn't about winning, it's about learning.

What's Gracious Professionalism?

Gracious professionalism is good sports-man-ship to the extreme. During competition if a part breaks you can announce it over the intercom and teams come running. The part you need can range anywhere from a single screw to a expensive 300 dollar motor. Sure, we're team 3673 but we are also team FIRST.