6 WCCC Teams Place at Miami Valley Hackathon
Six teams from Warren County Career Center satellite programs at Kings, Little Miami and Springboro high schools scored high in the recent Miami Valley Teen Coding Challenge, held at Sinclair Community College. Twenty-two teams from 16 high schools competed. They had 12 weeks to create projects for technology in homes of the future.
The Kings Information Technology Team (pictured) earned First Place in Cyber Security. Team members are Daniel Corcoran, Taylor Owens, Cassius Williams and Zack Steward. Instructor is Reggie Holtrey.
Two Little Miami Information Technology teams competed. The Black Shirts earned Third Place in Cyber Security, building an online student learning application to teach students how to determine many types of internet threats. The team includes Captain Konnor Klerke, Taylor Miller, Christine Senyk-Pronina, Devin Twine, Dustin Spade, and Michael Biolawas. The Hakelers earned Second Place in Robotics building a wireless handsfree cabinet door opener specifically to help the disabled and elderly. The team includes Captain Ben Hardesty, Brandon Nguyen, Dake Raybon, Sean McCarthy, and Zane Davis. Instructor is Diana Marks.
Three teams from Springboro competed. The Project Lead The Way Pre Engineering Team earned Second Place in Apps/Coding. The team includes Andrew Dashiell, Jacob Haehn, and Ethan Conrad. Instructor is Roy Broderick.
Information Technology Team 1 earned Second Place in Cyber Security. The team includes Ryan Klement, Tyler Thompson, Olivia Porter and Lee Stahler. Information Technology Team 2 earned Third Place in Apps/Coding. The team includes Noah Mcgillivary, Lucas Buterbaugh, Nathan Kenny, Jacob Babb and Nathan Matteson. Instructor is Jenifer Conard.