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RIVERSIDE—In March and April, thousands of students, on hundreds of teams from over 30 states participated in Code Rush, CodeMonkey’s national coding competition.

 For the second consecutive year, a team of seventh and eighth grade students from Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Riverside represented their school and entered the competition.

 After completing 150 coding challenges, covering programming topics such as objects, functions, simple loops, variables, arrays and for-loops, the Code Rush Competition is over and team OLPH Code of the Wolverines placed third in this nation-wide competition!  

 Congratulations to Deanna Chavez, Emma Magana, Adrian Fernandez, Emma Valencia, Zachary Martin, Adrian Ortega, Giovanni Trimboli, Aaron Escobedo and Mark Tran, not only on their achievement, but also their perseverance and teamwork!