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Teams from Scranton Preparatory School came in first place and third place at The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. From left: Sean McTiernan, Scranton, a sophomore at The University of Scranton majoring in computer science; and members of the Scranton Preparatory student team 1 that won the competition Kailey Bridgeman (front), Colin Pierce and Charles Kulick; and Scranton Preparatory students in team 2 that placed third in the competition Cuong Nguyen and Ryan Chan. Patrick Clemens, director of technology at Scranton Preparatory School and the coach of both teams, was absent from the photo.
May 4, 2018

Nearly 50 students, representing eight area high schools competed in the annual Computer Programming Contest hosted by The University of Scranton’s Computing Sciences Department this spring. During the competition, 17 teams of two or three students each used their programming language to solve computer-programming problems.

A team of students from Scranton Preparatory School won the completion. The students on the team that placed first were Kailey Bridgeman, Charles Kulick and Colin Pierce. Zach Hercher and Will Thomas from North Pocono High School placed second. Cuong Nguyen and Ryan Chan from Scranton Preparatory School placed third.

North Pocono students won second place honors in The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. From left: North Pocono students Zach Hercher and Will Thomas; and Sean McTiernan, Scranton, a sophomore at The University of Scranton majoring in computer science. Robert Deremer, business education teacher and team coach, was absent from the photo.

North Pocono students won second place honors in The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. From left: North Pocono students Zach Hercher and Will Thomas; and Sean McTiernan, Scranton, a sophomore at The University of Scranton majoring in computer science. Robert Deremer, business education teacher and team coach, was absent from the photo.

 

Abington Heights High School students participated in The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. Seated in first row, from left: Abington Heights students Clay Davis, Maddie Badalamente and Ryan Siebecker. Second row: Coach Amanda Jones; Abington students Greg Guditus, Liam Pitchford, Adam Traweek, Arjun Iyengar, Ari Wisenburn and Dominick DeSeta; and Sean McTiernan, Scranton, a sophomore at The University of Scranton majoring in computer science.

Abington Heights High School students participated in The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. Seated in first row, from left: Abington Heights students Clay Davis, Maddie Badalamente and Ryan Siebecker. Second row: Coach Amanda Jones; Abington students Greg Guditus, Liam Pitchford, Adam Traweek, Arjun Iyengar, Ari Wisenburn and Dominick DeSeta; and Sean McTiernan, Scranton, a sophomore at The University of Scranton majoring in computer science.

 

Delaware Valley High School students participated in The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. Seated in first row, from left: Coach Jessica Hubal; Delaware Valley students Andrew Hoopman, TQ Smith and Jared Wilson. Second row, from left: Sean McTiernan, Scranton, a sophomore at The University of Scranton majoring in computer science; and Delaware Valley students Aaron Loihle and Noah Irgang.

Delaware Valley High School students participated in The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. Seated in first row, from left: Coach Jessica Hubal; Delaware Valley students Andrew Hoopman, TQ Smith and Jared Wilson. Second row, from left: Sean McTiernan, Scranton, a sophomore at The University of Scranton majoring in computer science; and Delaware Valley students Aaron Loihle and Noah Irgang.

 

Emmaus High School students participated in The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. Seated in first row, from left: Emmaus High School students Millan Patel, Bradley Klemick and Tien Pham. Second row: Coach Carlen Blackstone; Emmaus students Maggie Lehman, Cindy He and Caleb Torres. Third row: Emmaus students Mika Spangler, Ethan Knode and Nathan Bowler; and Sean McTiernan, Scranton, a sophomore at The University of Scranton majoring in computer science.

Emmaus High School students participated in The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. Seated in first row, from left: Emmaus High School students Millan Patel, Bradley Klemick and Tien Pham. Second row: Coach Carlen Blackstone; Emmaus students Maggie Lehman, Cindy He and Caleb Torres. Third row: Emmaus students Mika Spangler, Ethan Knode and Nathan Bowler; and Sean McTiernan, Scranton, a sophomore at The University of Scranton majoring in computer science.

 

Forest City Regional students participated in The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. From left: Jeffrey Earle, coach; Forest City students Riley O’Neill, Joshua Loysch, Matthew Giles, Cameron Brucher and Matthew Tighe; and Sean McTiernan, Scranton, a sophomore at The University of Scranton majoring in computer science.

Forest City Regional students participated in The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. From left: Jeffrey Earle, coach; Forest City students Riley O’Neill, Joshua Loysch, Matthew Giles, Cameron Brucher and Matthew Tighe; and Sean McTiernan, Scranton, a sophomore at The University of Scranton majoring in computer science.

 

Montrose High School students participated in The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. From left: Montrose students Noah Millard, Donovan Oliver, Caleb Reyes, Zach Oleniacz and Luther Campbell; and Sean McTiernan, Scranton, a sophomore at The University of Scranton majoring in computer science.

Montrose High School students participated in The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. From left: Montrose students Noah Millard, Donovan Oliver, Caleb Reyes, Zach Oleniacz and Luther Campbell; and Sean McTiernan, Scranton, a sophomore at The University of Scranton majoring in computer science.

 

Scranton High School students participated in The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. From left: Coach Tony Battaglia; Scranton High students Benjamin Bektas, Jonathan Yudhistira and Jacob Thomas; and Sean McTiernan, Scranton, a sophomore at The University of Scranton majoring in computer science.

Scranton High School students participated in The University of Scranton’s annual Computer Programming Contest. From left: Coach Tony Battaglia; Scranton High students Benjamin Bektas, Jonathan Yudhistira and Jacob Thomas; and Sean McTiernan, Scranton, a sophomore at The University of Scranton majoring in computer science.

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