CyberPatriot Announces National Champions

The Air Force Association announced the winners of the CyberPatriot IX National Finals Competition, held earlier this month in Baltimore. North Hollywood, Calif., High School’s team “Togo” won the national championship in the Open Division, as well as the Leidos Digital Forensics Event and the Cisco Networking Challenge, Open Division. Colorado Springs Cadet Squadron team “Wolfpack,” with the Colorado Springs Civil Air Patrol, won the national championship in the All-Service Division. Summit Lakes Middle School’s team “Error 37,” from Lee’s Summit, Mo., won the Middle School Division national champship. “Cyber Warriors 3” from Troy High School in Fullerton, Calif., won the AT&T Mobile Device Component, and the team “Falcons” from Poolesville High School, Md., won the Facebook Challenge. “TX-781st” from O. W. Holmes High School’s Air Force JROTC unit in San Antonio won the All-Service Division of the Cisco Networking Challenge. Leon Gaulin of the “Marine Raiders” from Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School in Fitchburg, Mass., received the Cyber All-American Award, presented to the student who competed in the National Finals for four consecutive years of high school.

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