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Off The Field: RHS Programming Team
Caleb Bryant (left) and Dylan Mackey hold their 2nd-place award at the Hack 4 Good Contest.

We’ll step Off the Field to take a closer look at some of the Republic students who are competing in non-sports activities. Our report is brought to you by State Farm Agent Sarah Rader. Talk to her about how you can save money by combining your home and auto insurance.

Two Republic High School Students earned an award at a programming contest in Springfield. Senior Dylan Mackey and junior Caleb Bryant took second place at the Hack 4 Good High School Programming Contest. They used the Java programming language to solve four problems.

Mackey is a second-year computer science student, and Bryant is a first-year student. Both belong to the RHS Programming Club and are members of the Future Business Leaders of America.

After the contest, students received a tour of the Springfield E-factory and networked with IT professionals in the Springfield area. The Hack 4 Good Contest was sponsored by MATA (Mid American Technology Alliance) Springfield.

(Photo and information courtesy Robin Robertson.)

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