The 2015 Oklahoma State VEX IQ and VRC Championships, hosted by Northeastern State University College of Education and go2nsu.com, were held March 7 at the NSU Events Center in Tahlequah.

Awards given in the Oklahoma State VEX IQ Championship are as follows:

Excellence Award (qualifies for 2015 VEX IQ Challenge World Championship): Tenkiller Elementary School, 457A.

Elementary School Excellence Award (qualifies for 2015 VEX IQ Challenge World Championship): Tahlequah Public Schools Boys & Girls Club, 10050E, Optimus Primates.

Teamwork Champion Award (qualifies for 2015 VEX IQ Challenge World Championship): Tenkiller Elementary School, 457A; and Tenkiller Elementary School, 457B.

Programming Skills Champion Award (qualifies for 2015 VEX IQ Challenge World Championship): Tahlequah Public Schools Boys & Girls Club, 10050H, Mechanical Masterminds.

Robot Skills Champion Award: Tahlequah Public Schools Boys & Girls Club, 10050P, lottavex.

Design Award: Tahlequah Public Schools Boys & Girls Club, 10050E, Optimus Primates.

STEM Research Project Award: Tahlequah Public Schools Boys & Girls Club, 10050F, Halo.

Awards given in the Oklahoma State VRC Championship are as follows:

Excellence Award (qualifies for CREATE U.S. Open Robotics Championship and 2015 VEX Robotics World Championship): Sequoyah Schools, 2398K, AI’s - Kilo.

Middle School Excellence Award (qualifies for 2015 VEX Robotics World Championship): Boone-Apache TSA, 4004Y, Warrior Robotics.

Tournament Champions (qualifies for CREATE U.S. Open Robotics Championship and 2015 VEX Robotics World Championship): Canadian Valley Technology Center, 2396C, ColonelCutt Robotics; Canadian Valley Technology Center, 2396D, ColonelCutt Robotics; and Edmond Cimarron Middle School, 4951B, Panther-Botics.

Programming Skills Winner: Edmond Cimarron Middle School, 4951A, Panther-Botics.

Robot Skills Winner: Sequoyah Schools, 2398E, AI’s - Echo.

Design Award (qualifies for 2015 VEX Robotics World Championship): Canadian Valley Technology Center, 2396B, ColonelCutt Robotics.

Middle School Design Award (qualifies for 2015 VEX Robotics World Championship): Muskogee-Alice Robertson Junior, 4501M, RougherBots.

Judges Award: Claremore Public Schools, 9142A, Claremore Public Schools.

Sportsmanship: Great Plains Technology Center, 2435A, Soldiers of Technology.

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