State Championship Results

Congratulations to all of our teams on a terrific season!

Champion’s Award Winner – 16059 Sunny Delight from Mishawaka

Champion’s Award Finalist – 39473 Technically – Carmel
Champion’s Award Finalist – 46910 Electrifying Engineers – Granger

Core Values Award Winner – 46911 Sock ’em – Granger

Innovation Project Award Winner – 54205 Brain Drain – Granger

Robot Design Award Winner – 24984 CKS – South Bend

First Place Robot Performance – Rocket Fish – Westfield

Visit our website to see more photos and a list of all of our winning teams!

5 Minute Video Contest

AndyMark, Inc. is partnering with FIRST Indiana Robotics (FIN) to conduct a contest among FIRST teams in Indiana to create informative, quick, five (5) minute videos. Prizes will be awarded to 6 entries. Indiana FLL, FTC and FRC teams are eligible for prizes, each being an AndyMark team sponsorship in the form of an AndyMark store credit.

The intent of this contest is to build a video library covering topics related to FIRST teams, such as how they are supported, how robots are successfully built, how students and mentors are most productive and supported, how teams impact their communities and schools, to name a few topics.

All teams providing video entry will be given AndyMark merchandise.  (3 t-shirts per team, regardless of the # of video entries)

Awards Include

Best FLL video – This video is focused on an FLL team and/or program and is the most impactful, important, informative, or entertaining.  Prize = $400 in AndyMark credit

Best technical advice – This video describes, informs or demonstrates an important technical topic within a FIRST program (FLL, FTC or FRC) to help other teams learn about this technical aspect of their program.  Prize = $600 in AndyMark credit

Best team advice – This video describes, informs or demonstrates important aspects of starting or running a FIRST team (FLL, FTC or FRC) in a clear manner with lasting impact on the viewer.
Prize = $600 in AndyMark credit

Best video – This prize is this contests’ top award.  This video is focused on any FIRST program and is the most impactful, important, informative, or entertaining.  Prize = $1000 in AndyMark credit

Team Surveys

Help us gather program information, and plan for 2023 and beyond by completing this brief survey. We value your input!

Important Dates

The FIRST LEGO League State Championship may be over, but the robotics fun is still going on.  Watch for updates on off-season opportunities and check out what’s going on in our other programs.

  • January 1 – Happy New Year!
  • January 21 – FTC League Tournament – Columbus
  • January 28 – FTC League Tournament – Hammond
  • February 1 – FIRST Indiana Robotics Day at the Statehouse
  • February 4 – FTC League Tournament – Elkhart
  • February 11 – FTC League Tournament – Crane
  • February 25 – FIRST Tech Challenge State Championship – Tippecanoe County Fairgrounds
  • March 3-5 – FRC Week 1 Competition – Mishawaka
  • March 10-12 – FRC Week 2 Competition – Princeton
  • March 24-26 – FRC Week 4 Competition – Lafayette
  • March 31-April 2 – FRC Week 5 Competition – Greenwood
  • April 6-8 – FIRST Robotics Competition District Championship – Anderson University
  • April 19-22 – World Festival in Houston, TX
  • May 18-21 – FLL Razorback Open
  • May 19-21 – FLL Western Edge Open
  • June 9-11 – FLL WPI Open

2023-2024 Registration

Registration for next season will open in May.  Register early and check one thing off your back-to-school list before the summer even starts!  We will be in touch soon with more information.