James Argent is a senior at Peters Township High School. The 2018-19 season will be his second year competing in First Tech Challenge with the Infinity Robotechs. In his free time, James also enjoys playing high school soccer, gaming on his Xbox, and hanging out with his friends. After high school, James will be attending Slippery Rock University to study Sports Management.
Ryan Argent is a tenth grader at Peters Township High School. The 2018-19 season will be his second year competing in First Tech Challenge. When he's not doing robotics, Ryan enjoys playing video games, watching YouTube, and hanging out with friends. He and his brother, James are looking forward to once again being a part of the Infinity Robotechs team.
Kyle Kroboth is a senior at Peters Township High School, and the 2018-19 season is his second year participating in the FIRST Tech Challenge. Because he is inexperienced at building and coding, Kyle directs team outreach, manages team social media, and runs the website you are reading right now. Outside of FTC, Kyle serves as president of Peters Township FBLA, Forensics Speech and Debate, and Math Club. He hopes to pursue a Business Math related degree after graduation
Sam Luttringer is a twelfth grader at Peters Township High School, and this will be his third year doing FTC. He is in the Math Club, Interact Club, and German Club at school, and is also a member of the National Honor Society. Sam enjoys building and solving problems with the robot and also scouts at competitions. He is well respected among his teammates for his unparalleled bravery in life. In college, Sam plans to major in Aerospace Engineering.
Garrett Marcinak is a Peters Township High School senior and is a second year member of the Infinity Robotechs. He is excited to return to FTC to participate in Rover Ruckus, and he especially hopes to continue learning how to help program the robot. This year he aspires to become an active member of the team and contribute as much as possible. Outside of robotics his favorite thing to do is ski.
Drew McConnell is a 12th grader at Peters Township High School. This is his third year being involved in FTC robotics. The 2016 season was his first year with Infinity Robotechs which he served as the lead programmer. He has taken STEM and robotics classes in each year of high school. With his two years of experience in programming he plans to mentor the new programmers and pass the knowledge to the new members will also being involved in the robot build this season. After high school, Drew plans on pursuing a degree in Physics.
Andrew Miller is a senior at Peters Township High School. This is his 4th year competing in the FTC program. As a former member of team AIR, Andrew helped form the Infinity Robotechs with a group of his friends. Andrew likes the design and mechanical aspect of the robot and was the driver for the past two seasons. He also enjoys running and hunting in his free time. He plans on majoring in architectural engineering at Penn State.
Brandon Thomas is a senior at Peters Township High School. This is his fourth year competing in FTC. He was previously a member of the STEEL Serpents FTC Team #8509, but he helped found the Infinity Robotechs, hoping to expand FTC even further. Brandon enjoys the mechanical aspects of the robot, designing and building to best achieve each task. He is looking forward to this year's competition. Outside of robotics, Brandon enjoys playing Rocket League and hanging out with his friends. In college, Brandon is planning on majoring in mechanical engineering