The "Ducks in a Row" team is ranked third after competing in its first in-person competition in two years.
The school's high school team "Ducks in a Row" won three out of its six matches with a high score of 133 points.
Ducks in a Row is now ranked third in the Central Florida League, according to the private Christian school.
The team will next compete in the Central Florida League Championships on Saturday, Feb. 5.
In addition, the other three middle school robotics teams also earned recognition.
"Why You Always Lion" finished with the fourth highest score of the day, "The Mega Super Extreme Gigantic Lions" won the Core Values Award and "Why Yes, It's the Lions" won the Innovation Project Award, and placed second overall earning an advancement to the Central Florida Regional Competition.
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