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Tiburon team takes home prize at Bay Area hackathon

Three Tiburon boys took home a prize for creativity at Code Day Bay Area, a 24-hour hackathon that challenges students of all skill levels to build apps and games. Kentaro Cookhorn and Sa’ar Lipshitz, both eighth-graders at Del Mar Middle School, and J.J. Ziebart, a freshman at Redwood High School, were recognized for the choose-your-own-adventure game they created at the event, held Feb. 16-17 in San Francisco. (Photo via Gary Cookhorn)

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