The 2018 Cow Town ThrowDown will take place on Friday,
October 26th and Saturday, October 27th.
Registration will open in late summer for the 2018 event.
You can sign up for our remind service that allows you to get a
notification as soon as registrations open. Use the link below to
Hey FLL Teams:
We will be holding an FLL Scrimmage in the same venue as the Cow Town ThrowDown. Come see the FRC robots battle and show those high school kids what you've got. There are only sixteen slots, so sign up now.
Check in between 7:30-8:15. Teams can attend the FRC opening ceremonies at 8:15. FLL Announcements will begin at 8:45 and all rounds will wrap up around 12:00.
(There is no fee for the FLL Scrimmage)
All attendees (FLL and FRC) should bring a completed release form.
Click here for the blank forms
Cerner Corporation and FRC Team #1730, Team Driven, from Lee's Summit High School, are proud to bring you a premier off-season FRC event. This event is open to all high school robotics teams who wish to compete with their robots in a friendly, fun atmosphere. Space is limited, so sign up fast!
The event will be held on the Lee's Summit High School Campus on Friday, October 26 and Saturday, October 27th 2018. The matches will start at 6pm on Friday night and will go into the late afternoon on Saturday. Teams will have an opportunity to play FIRST POWER UP on a sanctioned FIRST playing field against other FIRST teams. Each team will also be given a 9 foot square preparation pit with electricity.
Family, friends, and interested community members are encouraged to come to cheer on their team and learn more about competitive high school robotics.
To secure your team's place in the competition, please complete the following:
1) Complete the registration form found under Team Registration on this website
2) Write a $300 check made payable to Lee's Summit High School.
Any team that has not paid by October 1st will be moved to the wait list.
3) Mail the check to:
Lee's Summit High School
400 SE Blue Parkway
Lee's Summit, Missouri 64063
Note: If you have trouble getting a check cut, email Mary Kinman to hold your spot