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High School Computer Students Named “Hunt the Wumpus” Winners

Bothell's Winning Teams
Bothell's Winning Teams
The hard work of Bothell and Inglemoor C# computer program students paid off when they walked away with four of five trophies awarded at Microsoft’s “Hunt the Wumpus” computer game design competition held June 7 in Redmond, Wash.

 For the past two-plus months, 66 Bothell and 57 Inglemoor students were hard Bothell’s Cameron Doane, Dominic Brown, Joseph Prachar, Trevor McAllister-Day and Peter Berge won the “Most Innovative” trophy and Bothell’s Isaac Renfrow, Anton Nachmanson, Alon Patashnik, Kien Chin and Michael Dulin won the “Best Implementation” trophy.

 Bothell’s Alex Anderson, Brendan Waltman, Nick Hosler, Kevin Yarnell and Corey Floberg and Inglemoor’s Kyle McCrohan, Alex DeJardin, Jenny Liu, Christian Amer, Alnur Elberier and Matt Alexander each won two of three possible runner-up trophies. Bothell and Inglemoor teams competed against teams from Redmond, Interlake and Newport high schools.



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