Lorain, Clearview students earn first place at 2022 TECH CORPS Hackathon

Eight Northeast Ohio high school students, including one from Lorain High School and another from Clearview, earned first place at the 2022 TECH CO...

November 26, 2022
2:26 AM

Eight Northeast Ohio high school students, including one from Lorain High School and another from Clearview, earned first place at the 2022 TECH CORPS Hackathon sponsored by KeyBank and CoverMyMeds, according to a news release. Romel Martin, a ninth-grader at Lorain High, and Emmanuel Moore, a ninth-grader at Clearview High, were among more than 75 high school students who participated in the statewide competition Nov. 12 in Cleveland and Columbus. The 12-hour Cleveland event was hosted at Cuyahoga Community College and culminated with the students' presentation of their app.

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