A.C. Reynolds High Wins At WCU Computer Science Programming Contest
A.C. Reynolds High captured the team title Tuesday (April 23) at the thirteenth annual Western Carolina University Computer Science Programming Contest.
Approximately 70 students from six of the region's high schools demonstrated their programming skills at WCU at the contest sponsored by the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. The students were selected by their schools to compete in the contest because of their excellence in computer programming. The students compete in teams of one to three students The contest programming language is C++ which is the language used in the high school Advanced Placement Examination in Computer Science.
The A.C. Reynolds High School team sponsored by Jeff Wilson and consisting of Daniel Franks, Aaron Mady, and Michael Sally captured the title. The Asheville High School team consisting of Micah Lee, Eric St. Clair, and David Sulok was second. The Asheville High School team consisting of Kyle Anderson, Tim MacNeil, and Jeremy Scott was third. The Asheville High School teams were sponsored by Richard Gabriel. The McDowell High School team sponsored by Richard Lindsey and consisting of Bryan Gunter, David Hall, and Darren Smith received honorable mention.