TeraViks Team History
After Covid-19 the original TeraViks team went their separate ways as they graduated. But in the summer of 2022, a new group of high schoolers and a middle schooler continued the legendary teams' legacy...
In 2023 the new TeraViks, Team 9044 were awarded the Rookie All-Star Award and the Highest Rookie Seed award at the 5th week Idaho Regionals. They also won a "Wildcard, " meaning the team qualified and was invited to compete in the World Championship in Huston Texas.
The original First Robotics Competition (FRC) team #3145 TeraViks was formed in 2009 and won the Rookie All-Star Award. The same year the team qualified for the World Championships in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2010 the team won the Judges Award in the Portland regional competition.
In 2013 they took home the Creativity Award and the Industrial Design Award in Spokane. They placed second in both 2013 events, qualifying them for the World Championships in St. Louis, Missouri, where they ranked 14th out of 100 teams in their bracket.
In 2014 the team won the Innovation in Control Award and ranked 3rd at Western Canada Regional.
The following year, the team won the Imagery Award again at the Western Canada Regional. The team competed a second time at the 2018 World Championship and finished 2019 by winning the Innovation in Control award for developing a new type of drive system.
Rookie All-Star Award
Highest Rookie Seed
Idaho Regional: Innovation and Control Award
Idaho Regional: Winner
Idaho Regional: Imagery Award
Western Canada Regional: Imagery Award
Western Canada Regional: Innovation and Control Award
Spokane Regional: Finalist, Creativity Award
Oregon Regional: Finalist, Industrial Design Award
Oregon Regional: Judges Award
Oregon Regional: Rookie All Star Award