Central Missouri Regional

April 2-5, 2020 | Sedalia, Missouri

2020 Season

Dear Parents, Sponsors, and Cyberhound community:

FIRST Robotics made the difficult decision to cancel all competitions for the rest of the season. However, the Cyberhounds will not let this dampen our resolve. Our commitment to completing the robot has not wavered. We have a robot to build, and build it we will.

We are seeking opportunities to show off our finished product throughout the area. The robot will be available for events after Easter weekend. We would especially like to show our sponsors the result of our hard work and all that has been accomplished.

If you are interested in having us come for a visit, please contact Shalisse Johnstun at [email protected]. We will shortly add Tour Events on our website.

We are grateful for all the support you’ve given us. We will continue to make our community proud, and show off your great support!

The Cyberhounds
Team 7141


2019 Build Season Recap

What we accomplished in 6 weeks


Week One

Building Drive Train
Building Drive Train

Week Two & Three

Building the Cargo Claw
Building the Cargo Claw

Week Three & Four

Building the Hatch Panel Arm
Building the Hatch Panel Arm

Week Four & Five

Polishing Up
Polishing Up

Week Five & Six

Testing & Finishing Touches
Testing & Finishing Touches

Week Six


Thank you to our sponsors for making this season possible!

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In The News

Issue 2

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Issue 1

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