Harlingen High School South robot SOLVMM received the most votes in the Robot Week poll.
Harlingen High School robot Gravitron and Early College High School robot Neil 2.0 were awarded second and third, respectively.
All of the robots will be competing in he RGV Boosting Engineering, Science & Technology Robotics High School Competition on Oct. 27.
A total of 14 teams will be competing for the top spot, and a chance to compete at the statewide competition.
The RGV BEST Robotics competition will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at TSTC’s Wellness Center on Oct. 27.