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Ozark Nabs 2nd in Hack4Good Competition

Three Ozark High School teams competed in the third annual Hack4Good coding competition Nov. 1 at the eFactory in Springfield, with one team taking second place. 

During the programming competition, teams solve 10-12 problems of varying difficulty and upload solutions to the automated live scoring system.

Congratulations to Tyler Cobb, Nate Kean and D'Ante Newburn, whose team placed second in the competition against other high school teams across southwest Missouri.

Other Ozark participants were Adam Cronin, Jeremiah Daugherty, Sid (Ezren) Davis, Cayla Doyle, Brandon Faulkner and Ethan Parry.

Ozark nabs 2nd in Hack4Good Competition