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RBR Technology Students Sweep FBLA Regional Competitions

RBR Technology Students Sweep FBLA Regional Competitions

 

Pictured are eight of the 19 students who placed high in the regional FBLA competitions  Red Bank Regional (RBR) Academy of Information Technology participated in the online Central Regional Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) competitions this fall.  With 19 students qualifying to compete, the results were stunning as they swept the 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions in four categories, and placed high in others. They will be competing at the FBLA NJ State competitions in February which will be held at the Harrah's Conference Center in Atlantic City.

            Taking first, second, third and fifth place respectively in Intro to Information Technology were: Chloe Sharpe, Bradley Beach; Josh Goldsmith, Little Silver; Harry Jain, Red Bank and Dylan Reitsma, Belmar. Taking first, second, third and fifth place respectively in Network Concepts were: Devin Long, Union Beach; Makoto Brown, Tinton Falls; Eric Dark, Little Silver; Shane Mehr, Allenhurst.  Taking first, second and third place respectively in Computer Problem Solving were: Bobby Villaluz, Shrewsbury; Max Mason, Belmar; Matt Cindrario, Shrewsbury; competing Nahjeek Mitter, Red Bank. Taking first, second and third place respectively in Cybersecurity were: Nicole Ortiz, Shrewsbury; Nick Polis Shrewsbury; James Szwede, Little Silver; competing C.J. Bevacqua, Red Bank.  The Networking Design third place spot was taken by the team of Young Chen, Belmar, Andrew DeRose, Shrewsbury and Zach MacLean, Union Beach.  Additionally two RBRHS students have completed programming projects to present at the States competition: Kyle Neary in the Computer Game and Simulation Programming event and Andrew Schembor in the Desktop Application Programming event.