Columbia Scholastic Press Association

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2021 - Awards For Student Work Gold Circle Awards - Scholastic Recipients

The Columbia Scholastic Press Association announces the winners from its 38th Gold Circle Awards program. This year, these categories attracted 4,203 entrants in 91 categories (39 yearbook and 52 digital media.

These entries come from publications produced by students at colleges, universities, and secondary schools through the United States and abroad who follow an American education plan.

Entries were accepted from student yearbooks and digital media publications published from October 2, 2019 through October 12, 2020. Student journalists working on these print or electronic media chose from 39 yearbook categories and 52 digital media categories.

In summary, judges cited a total of 623 winners for yearbook and digital media for either First, Second or Third Place or for Certificates of Merit for those deemed worthy of honorable mention in a category. Entry categories included those for yearbooks and for digital (online) media, in its annual competition for individual achievement by student writers, editors, designers and photographers.

Entries for print newspapers and magazines published in the 2020-2021 academic year is due by June 30, 2021. They will be judged in October and announced in December.

Congratulations to all of our winners!

 

YEARBOOKS

Y01 Feature writing: Student Life
1. Claudia Christensen, “Body image,” The Legend, El Dorado High School, El Paso, TX;
2. Isabelle Turner, “The road to rhythm,” Legend, Wando High School, Mount Pleasant, SC;
3. Ella Smoot, “Selling point,” Legend, Wando High School, Mount Pleasant, SC.

Y02 Sports reporting
1. Carrigan Brush, Ellison Davis and Endsley Norman, “Volleyball writing,” Tiger, Texas High School, Texarkana, TX.

Y03 Sports feature writing
1. Grace Williams, “Pitching with purpose,” Pioneer, Kirkwood High School, Kirkwood, MO;
2. Sadie McDonald, “The Fantastic Four,” Hauberk, Shawnee Mission East High School, Prairie Village, KS;
3. Andy Bumgarner, “Mamba mentality,” Legend, Wando High School, Mount Pleasant, SC;

CM. Haley Martinez, “No excuses,” The Galleon, Silver Creek High School, San Jose, CA.

Y04 Academic writing
1. Emma Feirstein, “The rundown,” The Crestian, Pine Crest School, Fort Lauderdale, FL;

2. Matthew Connelly, “Get with the program-ing,” Pioneer, Kirkwood High School, Kirkwood, MO;
3. Shea McKenzie, “Photo fashion,” Cornerstones, The Hockaday School, Dallas, TX;

CM. Kate Fleming, “Field trips,” Revolution, Davidson Day School, Davidson, NC;
CM. Heather Nixon, “Divas go digital,” The Talon, Hebron High School, Carrollton, TX;
CM. Isabella Smith, “A look into the future,” Tabulae, Lyons Township High School, La Grange, IL.

Y05 Organization/Greek writing
1. Emily Laycock, “Handing out hope,” Accipiter, Mill Creek High School, Hoschton, GA;
2. Noelle Moody and Claire Procyk, “A taste for tradition,” Lone Star, James Bowie High School, Austin, TX;

3. Jezeree Guarachado, “Yearbook,” DMHS Yearbook, Downtown Magnets High School, Los Angeles, CA;
CM. Gabby Manzoni, “Cleaning our coast,” El Presidio, Cathedral Catholic High School, San Diego, CA;CM. Renner Bradley, “Two acts, one week,” Indian, Shawnee Mission North High School, Overland Park, KS;
CM. Lena Lenoir and Evelyn Patterson, “Pave the way,” Tiger, Texas High School, Texarkana, TX.

Y06 Personality Profile
1. Sidney Chansamone and Cassidy Hettesheimer, “Prince of all trades,” Accipiter, Mill Creek High School, Hoschton, GA;
2. Mia Weathersby, “Lisa Culbertson comes home,” Cornerstones, The Hockaday School, Dallas, TX;
3. Merritt Redden, “Logan Janik,” Legend, Wando High School, Mount Pleasant, SC;
CM. Emma-Jade Cantrell, “Rayna Hoffman,” Marquee, Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, West Palm Beach, FL;
CM. Zach Millenbruck, “Jonah Roy,” Pioneer, Kirkwood High School, Kirkwood, MO;
CM. Lily Higgins, “The sound of triumph,” Legend, Wando High School, Mount Pleasant, SC.

Y07 Sidebar Writing
1. Maggie Taylor, “The road to states,” Fusion, Hagerty High School, Oviedo, FL;
2. Bailey Armosky, “Sunrays and snow,” The Horizon, Westwood High School, Austin, TX;
3. Staff, “This is Crosby- This is now,” Catamount, Crosby High School, Crosby, TX;
CM. Audrey Hanson, “Puppy pals revolution,” Revolution, Davidson Day School, Davidson, NC;
CM. Richard Rivera, “Road to recovery,” Kingwood Park Times, Kingwood Park High School, Kingwood, TX;
CM. Rachael Barkoff, “It's all about ensemble,” El Paisano, Westlake High School, Austin, TX.

Y08 Headline writing
1. Joanna Conrad, Kaitlyn Hong and Lauren Hunt, ReWaNe, Reno High School, Reno, NV;
2. Maggie Taylor, Fusion, Hagerty High School, Oviedo, FL;
3. Jimmy Saville, Hannah Watson and Olivia Wooten, Clarion, Davie County High School, Mocksville, NC;
CM. YY Xie, Revolution, Davidson Day School, Davidson, NC.

Y09 Caption/ Cutline writing
1. Staff, The Legend, El Dorado High School, El Paso, TX.

Y10 Alternative Story Form
1. Carolina Arredondo, Romario Gonzalez and Heather Nguyen, “Viral change,” The Legend, El Dorado High School, El Paso, TX;
2. Reena Pillay and Preethi Potluri, “Go with the float,” The Talon, Hebron High School, Carrollton, TX;
3. Leah Bublitz and Madison Markunas, “Eat like a local,” Tracks Yearbook, Cedar Park High School, Cedar Park, TX.

Y11 Theme and Concept
1. Jespyn Bishop, Sophia Rolfs and Anthony Sianis, Reflections, Brighton High School, Brighton, CO;
2. Kayla Thompson, The Lion, McKinney High School, McKinney, TX;
3. Kristin Hauptman, Elizabeth Hogrefe and Mia Perry, Tesserae, Corning-Painted Post High School, Corning, NY;
CM. Eva Randolph, Lion's Roar, Christ Presbyterian Academy, Nashville, TN;
CM. Carolina Arredondo, Romario Gonzalez and Lia Rodriguez, The Legend, El Dorado High School, El Paso, TX;
CM. Savannah Gery, The Arena Yearbook, Legacy High School, Mansfield, TX.

Y12 Cover Design
1. Kristin Hauptman, Tesserae, Corning-Painted Post High School, Corning, NY;
2. Ian Clennan and Mira MacLaurin, The Knight, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
3. Carolina Arredondo, The Legend, El Dorado High School, El Paso, TX;
CM. Savannah Gery, The Arena, Legacy High School, Mansfield, TX;
CM. Kayla Thompson, The Lion, McKinney High School, McKinney, TX;

CM. Emma Wu, Allison Ye and Jennifer Zwiebel, Madrono, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA.

Y13 End sheets
1. Michelle Daschbach, Anna Reagan Mask and Cassidy ZumMallen, Precis, Jackson Preparatory School, Jackson, MS;
2. Maya Chawla, Lucy Birtwistle and Eugenia Theodosopoulos, Tidal, The Nueva School, San Mateo, CA;
3. Evan Whitaker, Indian, Shawnee Mission North High School, Overland Park, KS;
CM. Gracie Janse, The Boardwalk, Geneva School of Boerne, Boerne, TX;
CM. Ella Irwin and Mira MacLaurin, The Knight, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
CM. Staff, Hauberk, Shawnee Mission East High School, Prairie Village, KS.

Y14 Title page
1. Kristin Hauptman, Tesserae, Corning-Painted Post High School, Corning, NY;
2. Eva Randolph, Lion's Roar, Christ Presbyterian Academy, Nashville, TN;
3. Logan Dorsey, Ryan Kinney and Emma Wake, Lone Star, James Bowie High School, Austin, TX;
CM. Jespyn Bishop, Sophia Rolfs and Anthony Sianis, Reflections, Brighton High School, Brighton, CO;
CM. Kayla Thompson, The Lion, McKinney High School, McKinney, TX;
CM. Gianna Immerfall, The Brahman, Okeechobee High School, Okeechobee, FL.

Y15 Table of Contents
1. Eva Randolph, Lion's Roar, Christ Presbyterian Academy, Nashville, TN;
2. Shreya Ayelasomayajula, The Roar, Reedy High School, Frisco, TX;
3. Evan Whitaker, Indian, Shawnee Mission North High School, Overland Park, KS;
CM. Tyra Rubin, Revolution, Davidson Day School, Davidson, NC;
CM. Kate Flanagan, Caroline Massey and Rachel Morrow, Carillon, Episcopal School of Dallas, Dallas, TX;
CM. Malorri James and Caitlin Schmidt, The Panther, Medina Valley High School, Castroville, TX.

Y17 Sports feature photo
1. Lexie Jajack, “Randall Caldwell,” Reflections, Mauldin High School, Mauldin, SC;
2. Ana Babalau, “Down set hike,” The Channel, Chiawana High School, Pasco, WA;

3. Madison Curtis, “Tacklin' down,” The Eagle, Prosper High School, Prosper, TX;
CM. Caleb Melville, “Hart attack,” The Knight, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
CM. Hailee Speir, “Going the distance,” Pantera, Mead High School, Spokane, WA;
CM. Hollan Reed, “That Tiger feeling,” Tiger, Texas High School, Texarkana, TX.

Y18 Academic photo
1. Lacey Mamros and Chandler McGuire, “Academics divider,” Campus, Kiski Area High School, Vandergrift, PA;
2. Bella Russo, “Too hot, too handle,” The Knight, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
3. Elizabeth Chan, “Fire it up,” The Lion, McKinney High School, McKinney, TX;
CM. Alex Mount, “Bright outcome Aledo,” Ledoian, Aledo High School, Aledo, TX;
CM. Kate Flanagan, Float my boat, Carillon, Episcopal School of Dallas, Dallas, TX;
CM. Sarah Cote, “Sky high angles,” Legend, Wando High School, Mount Pleasant, SC.

Y19 Feature photo
1. Lucy Hartman, “Soup slam,” Hauberk, Shawnee Mission East High School, Prairie Village, KS;
2. Lucy Hartman, “For the teachers,” Hauberk, Shawnee Mission East High School, Prairie Village, KS;
3. Mariana Ramirez, “Standing out,” The Lion, McKinney High School, McKinney, TX;
CM. Ethan Banks, “Slam dunk,” Tesserae, Corning-Painted Post High School, Corning, NY;
CM. Gwenna Bryant, “A Hairy situation,” Quatralog, Fred T. Foard High School, Newton, NC;
CM. Bella Russo, “Glitter done,” The Knight, McCallum High School, Austin, TX.

Y20 Photo illustration: single image
1. Katie Maxon, “Worlds collide,” Legend, Wando High School, Mount Pleasant, SC;
2. Chris Mora and Kayanna Pham, “Winning together,” The Galleon, Silver Creek High School, San Jose, CA;
CM. Kayanna Pham, In My Groove, “The Galleon,” Silver Creek High School, San Jose, CA;
CM. Marta Charncherngkha, “Show me the numbers,” The Galleon, Silver Creek High School, San Jose, CA;
CM. Daniel Olson, “Life is an adventure,” Vade Mecum, Villa Grove High School, Villa Grove, IL.

Y21 Photo portfolio
1. Bella Russo, The Knight, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
2. Lucy Hartman, Hauberk, Shawnee Mission East High School, Prairie Village, KS;
3. Joseph Grech, Legend, Wando High School, Mount Pleasant, SC;
CM. Jordyn Cimmiyotti, The Dragon, Johnston High School, Johnston, IA;
CM. Grace Sager, The Crestian, Pine Crest School, Fort Lauderdale, FL;
CM. Sydney Herpich, Hauberk, Shawnee Mission East High School, Prairie Village, KS.

Y22 Index
1. Noah Cirkiel, Carly Johnson and Lindsey Plotkin, The Knight, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
2. Olivia Oosterhouse and Tyra Rubin, Revolution, Davidson Day School, Davidson, NC;
3. Skylar Linscomb, Lone Star, James Bowie High School, Austin, TX;
CM. Abby Page, Highlander, Highland High School, Pocatello, ID;
CM. Claire Baker and Olivia Johnson, Hauberk, Shawnee Mission East High School, Prairie Village, KS;
CM. Sandra Amores, Alyxander Beeten and Alan Ong, The Howl, Southwest Career and Technical Academy, Las Vegas, NV.

Y23 Informational graphics: single
1. Isaac Caire, “Coronavirus timeline,” Paladin, Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School, Wichita, KS;
2. Kate Flanagan, Caroline Massey and Rachel Morrow, “Home bound,” Carillon, Episcopal School of Dallas, Dallas, TX;
3. Bailey Armosky and Jessica Song, “Recipes for success,” The Horizon, Westwood High School, Austin, TX;
CM. Kayla Thompson, “Biogeochemical cycles,” The Lion, McKinney High School, McKinney, TX;
CM. Natalie Zullo, “Double trouble,” Invictus, Ward Melville High School, East Setauket, NY;

CM. Sofia Carter, “Bigger Is better,” The Scrapbook, Westfield Middle School, Westfield, IN.

Y24 Informational graphics: Portfolio
1. Madison Markunas, Tracks Yearbook, Cedar Park High School, Cedar Park, TX;

2. Natalie Zullo, Invictus, Ward Melville High School, East Setauket, NY;
3. Ethan Schreiber, The Lair, Shawnee Mission Northwest High School, Shawnee, KS;
CM. Ashley Qui, Madrono, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA.

Y25 Opening and closing spread design
1. Jespyn Bishop, Sophia Rolfs and Anthony Sianis, Reflections, Brighton High School, Brighton, CO;
2. Sebastian Emerson, Rylee Garrett and Ethan Schreiber, The Lair, Shawnee Mission Northwest High School, Shawnee, KS;
3. Naomi Hellard, Lauren Shore and Jimmy Saville, Clarion, Davie County High School, Mocksville, NC;
CM. Kyle Ahernm and Joel Soto, Marquee, Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, West Palm Beach, FL;
CM. Kate Flanagan, Caroline Massey and Rachel Morrow, Carillon, Episcopal School of Dallas, Dallas, TX;
CM. Kayla Thompson, The Lion, McKinney High School, McKinney, TX.

Y26 Division page design
1. Eva Randolph, Lion's Roar, Christ Presbyterian Academy, Nashville, TN;
2. Christine Berberian, David Dablo and Ashleigh Soto, El Corazon, El Camino Real Charter High School, Woodland Hills, CA;
3. Jimmy Saville and Hannah Watson, Clarion, Davie County High School, Mocksville, NC;
CM. Kate Flanagan, Caroline Massey and Rachel Morrow, Carillon, Episcopal School of Dallas, Dallas, TX;
CM. Kyla Battle and Willow Morton, Hilsborean, Hillsborough High School, Tampa, FL;
CM. Enyo Okeoma, Catherine Woo and Camryn Zezelic, Invictus, Ward Melville High School, East Setauket, NY.

Y27 Feature presentation
1. Cayli Clack, “Tattoos,” Tiger, Texas High School, Texarkana, TX;
2. Jessica Stott, “You found what?” The Howl, Southwest Career and Technical Academy, Las Vegas, NV;
3. Jessica Stott, “Coyote games,” The Howl, Southwest Career and Technical Academy, Las Vegas, NV;
CM. Madison Gunn, “Caught up in the moment,” Kodiak, Bridgeland High School, Cypress, TX;
CM. Mia Perry, “Nonstop pop,” Tesserae, Corning-Painted Post High School, Corning, NY;
CM. Branden Svevo an d Kayla Thompson, “Painting the town gold,” The Lion, McKinney High School, McKinney, TX.

Y28 Student Life spread: one spread
1. Bridgette Hahn, “Goin viral,” Fusion, Hagerty High School, Oviedo, FL;
2. Ellie Sauls, “Determined dancers,” Lion's Roar, Christ Presbyterian Academy, Nashville, TN;
3. Staff, “Sneakerheads,” The Galleon, Silver Creek High School, San Jose, CA;
CM. Lauren Tollison, “You can go your own way,” Carillon, Episcopal School of Dallas, Dallas, TX;
CM. Katherine Severin, “TikTok,” The Lion's Pride, One School of the Arts, Longwood, FL;
CM. Bridget Epstein, “We will ever be,” Hauberk, Shawnee Mission East, Prairie Village, KS.

Y29 Student Life spread: multi-page spread
1. Jespyn Bishop, Sophia Rolfs and Anthony Sianis, “Coronavirus,” Reflections, Brighton High School, Brighton, CO;
2. Lilah Faye and Hannah Hobert, “Epilogue so what happened next?” Hauberk, Shawnee Mission East, Prairie Village, KS;
3. Bridgette Hahn, “COVID-19,” Fusion, Hagerty High School, Oviedo, FL;
CM. Lilah Faye and Hannah Hobert, “Prologue what happened before?” Hauberk, Shawnee Mission East, Prairie Village, KS;
CM. Ethan Schreiber, “Bright lights big city,” The Lair, Shawnee Mission Northwest High School, Shawnee, KS;
CM. Marta Charncherngkha, “Coronavirus stats stories,” The Galleon, Silver Creek High School, San Jose, CA.

Y30 Sports spread: one spread
1. Shanna Le, Haley Martinez and Kayanna Pham, “Cheer,” The Galleon, Silver Creek High School, San Jose, CA;
2. Jimmy Saville and Olivia Wooten, “Flying down the lane,” Clarion, Davie County High School, Mocksville, NC;
3. Marta Charncherngkha, “Track and field,” The Galleon, Silver Creek High School, San Jose, CA;
CM. Sophia Sinacola, “In the bag,” Carillon, Episcopal School of Dallas, Dallas, TX;
CM. Haley Martinez, Kayanna Pham and Jeralynn Querubin, “Cross country,” The Galleon, Silver Creek High School, San Jose, CA;
CM. Carrigan Brush, Ellison Davis and Endsley Norman, “Volleyball,” Tiger, Texas High School, Texarkana, TX.

Y31 Sports spread: multi-page spread
1. Kayla Thompson, “Remember the Alamodome,” The Lion, McKinney High School, McKinney, TX;
2. Ethan Schreiber, “Only up from here,” The Lair, Shawnee Mission Northwest High School, Shawnee, KS;
3. Staff, “Boys and girls basketball,” Lone Star, James Bowie High School, Austin, TX;
CM. Jespyn Bishop, Sophia Rolfs and Anthony Sianis, “Unified,” Reflections, Brighton High School, Brighton, CO;
CM. Bridgette Hahn, Ryan Schmitt and Maggie Taylor, “Varsity volleyball,” Fusion, Hagerty High School, Oviedo, FL;

CM. Kendall Aguillard, Chloe Roberts and Kayla Thompson, “Baseball multi-spread,” Fidelity, Lake Ridge High School, Mansfield, TX.

Y32 Academic spread: one spread
1. Kayla Thompson, “The power of notes,” The Lion, McKinney High School, McKinney, TX;
2. Hollis Wood, “Put to the test,” Carillon, Episcopal School of Dallas, Dallas, TX;
3. Katelyn White, “Stuck on science,” Lion's Roar, Christ Presbyterian Academy, Nashville, TN;
CM. Willow Hackett and Isabella Ramirez, “APUSH 101,” Marquee, Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, West Palm Beach, FL;
CM. Autumn Brazele, Olivia Figueroa and William Oakes, “AP biology,” The Chronicle, Classical Academy High School, Escondido, CA;
CM. Carlyn Garner, “Trade of trimming,” Legend, Wando High School, Mount Pleasant, SC.

Y33 Academic spread: multi-page spread
1. Beatriz DeAndrade, Alonso Fieldhouse and Hudson McReynolds, “Senior, junior, sophomore and freshman academics,” The Arena Yearbook, Legacy High School, Mansfield, TX;
2. Lucy Birtwistle, Maya Chawla and Eugenia Theodosopoulos, “Farming hope biology field trip,” Tidal, The Nueva School, San Mateo, CA;
3. Ethan Schreiber, “Fake it until you break it,” The Lair, Shawnee Mission Northwest High School, Shawnee, KS;
CM. Staff, “Covid supplement revolution,” Revolution, Davidson Day School, Davidson, NC;
CM. Olivia Pettee, “It's lit; Hands on; The rundown; 4 the people,” The Crestian, Pine Crest School, Fort Lauderdale, FL;
CM. Ethan Schreiber, “Book work,” The Lair, Shawnee Mission Northwest High School, Shawnee, KS.

Y34 People spread with mug photos
1. Sarah Hinnant and Sarena Wilkerson, “Get in gear,” Fusion, Hagerty High School, Oviedo, FL;
2. Day Nettle, “Mount the saddle,” Carillon, Episcopal School of Dallas, Dallas, TX;
3. Emma Grace Erfurt, Micah Howard and Elizabeth Walter, “First grade,” The Boardwalk, Geneva School of Boerne, Boerne, TX;
CM. Brennyn Lewis, Anthony Sianis and Katy Tiffany, “Look closely: Arida Nifasha,” Reflections, Brighton High School, Brighton, CO;
CM. Esmeralda Herrara Avalos, “All that jazz,” Highlander, Highland High School, Pocatello, ID;

CM. Logan Dorsey and Gianna Vozzella, “A saucy take,” Lone Star, James Bowie High School, Austin, TX.

Y35 People spreads without mug photos: one spread
1. Adriane Plumlee, “20 Interesting people,” The Arena Yearbook, Legacy High School, Mansfield, TX;
2. Staff, “First things first,” The Boardwalk, Geneva School of Boerne, Boerne, TX;
3. Staff, “Who’s down in Whoville?” La Manada, West Hills High School, Santee, CA;
CM. Jespyn Bishop, Sophia Rolfs and Anthony Sianis, “Look closely: John Tena,” Reflections, Brighton High School, Brighton, CO;
CM. Sidney Chansamone and Abbie Herrin, “Inside out,” Accipiter, Mill Creek High School, Hoschton, GA;

CM. Ankai Jin, Sara Muneyb and Ashley Qui, “As we create it,” Madrono, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA.

Y36 People spreads without mug photos: multi-page spread
1. Mariah Barsotti and Grace Conlan, “People dividers,” Lone Star, James Bowie High School, Austin, TX;
2. Lucy Birtwistle, Maya Chawla and Eugenia Theodosopoulos, “Your time capsule,” Tidal, The Nueva School, San Mateo, CA;
3. Staff, “Marquee artist spotlights,” Marquee, Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, West Palm Beach, FL.

Y37 Organization or Greeks spread: one spread
1. Elizabeth Carrie, “Most likely to,” Carillon, Episcopal School of Dallas, Dallas, TX;
2. Kayla Thompson, “String theory,” The Lion, McKinney High School, McKinney, TX;
3. Lindsey Plotkin and Hannah Zuniga, “Heroes and villains,” The Knight, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
CM. Baylor Dublin, “Cosmetics and curtain call,” Lion's Roar, Christ Presbyterian Academy, Nashville, TN;
CM. Maggie Taylor, “Spill the tee,” Fusion, Hagerty High School, Oviedo, FL;
CM. Staff, “Campus yearbook staff,” Campus, Kiski Area High School, Vandergrift, PA.

Y38 Organization or Greeks spread: multi-page spread
1. Justin Tran, “Band groups,” Fidelity Yearbook, Lake Ridge High School, Mansfield, TX;
2. Jespyn Bishop, Sophia Rolfs and Anthony Sianis, “Drama,” Reflections, Brighton High School, Brighton, CO;

3. Staff, “Stage performances,” Lone Star, James Bowie High School, Austin, TX;
CM. Beatriz DeAndrade and Isabella Valenzuela, “Marching band,” The Arena Yearbook, Legacy High School, Mansfield, TX;
CM. Staff, “Club and group directory,” The Lion's Pride, One School of the Arts, Longwood, FL;

CM. Ethan Schreiber, “Who dunnit,” The Lair, Shawnee Mission Northwest High School, Shawnee, KS.

Y39 Design portfolio
1. Anthony Sianis, Reflections, Brighton High School, Brighton, CO;
2. Marta Charncherngkha, The Galleon, Silver Creek High School, San Jose, CA;

3. Emma Grace Erfurt, The Boardwalk, Geneva School of Boerne, Boerne, TX;
CM. Alivia Jiang, Tesserae, Corning-Painted Post High School, Corning, NY;
CM. Isai Leal, Catamount, Crosby High School, Crosby, TX;

CM. Phoebe Miller, Mountaineer, Rogers High School, Rogers, AR.

 

DIGITAL MEDIA

 

DM01 Breaking news
1. Peter Pu, “Lab community protests police brutality, racism throughout Chicago,” U-High Midway, University of Chicago Laboratory High School, Chicago, IL;
2. Sydney Ward, “Some students must choose: dance or tradition,” The Cardinal Times, Lincoln High School, Portland, OR;
3. Ruby Rose Amezcua, “Marin residents attend Black Lives Matter protest in Marin City,” The Tam News, Tamalpais High School, Mill Valley, CA;
CM. Anna Eggers, “Pencils down, your time is up,” Spotlight, Ben Davis High School, Indianapolis, IN;
CM. Shreya Jagan, “Tornados touch ground in DFW Sunday, Wingspan, Liberty High School, Frisco, TX;
CM. Evan Reynolds, “Student lobby for CROWN act,” The Cardinal Times, Lincoln High School, Portland, OR.

DM02 Secondary Coverage
1. Ethan Chen and Ethan Hwang, “AP teachers prepare new measures to ready students for testing,” The Paly Voice, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA;
2. Sarah Ding, “Food delivery programs service affected groups,” Bearing News, Rock Bridge High School, Columbia, MO;
3. Julie Liu and Faiz Menai, “Princeton Chinese community raises $20,000 to support those impacted by the Coronavirus,” The Tower, Princeton High School, Princeton, NJ;
CM. Russell Li, “Businesses follow CDC guidelines, adapt to stay-at-home orders,” The Review/Review Online, St. John's School, Houston, TX.

DM03 News writing (planned news)
1. Molly Litvak, “George Floyd protests, both peaceful and violent, reach Shalhevet neighborhoods,” The Boiling Point, Shalhevet High School, Los Angeles, CA;
2. Tara Kapoor and Kira Sterling, “Student discussions aim to combat vaping culture,” The Paly Voice, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA;
3. Marta Hill and Talia Lissauer, “‘I can’t breathe’: protesters unite against police violence,” Echo, St. Louis Park High School, St. Louis Park, MN;
CM. Brian Gamble, “Teachers and students address zoom fatigue,” The Gator, Brimmer and May School, Chestnut Hill, MA;
CM. Sarosh Ismail, “District implements new security around school,” The Hawk Eye, Hebron High School, Carrollton, TX;

CM. Michaela Guo and Laura Liu, “Barry Galasso appointed as Princeton public schools’ interim superintendent,” The Tower, Princeton High School, Princeton, NJ.

DM04 News feature
1. Lily McCready, Ella Rosewarne and Lucy Tobier, “New cafe brings pizza, salad and equity,” The Communicator, Community High School, Ann Arbor, MI;
2. Naomi Hendershot, Ireland McCage and Samaiyah Ra'aid, “Accepting what’s naturally yours,” ODYSSEY Newsmagazine/ODYSSEY Media Group, Clarke Central High School, Athens, GA;
3. Karen Lu, “Part 1: Disaster strikes shopping center, neighborhoods,” The Sidekick, Coppell High School, Coppell, TX;
CM. Caroline Champa, “Coronavirus: Chinese students worry about home,” The Gator, Brimmer and May School, Chestnut Hill, MA;
CM. Mori Ono, “Taking AP exams at home deuring the COVID-19 Pandemic,” The Communicator, Community High School, Ann Arbor, MI;
CM. Mia Baldonado and Allison Chang, “Iranian-Americans: Students reflect on U.S. airstrike,” Verde, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA.

DM05 In-depth news/feature story
1. Maddie Khaw, “Students and staff express ‘rage’ and ‘sadness’ following the killing of George Floyd, encourage others to act against racism,” The La Salle Falconer, La Salle Catholic College Preparatory, Milwaukie, OR;
2. Audrey Enghauser, “Redress for Linnentown,” ODYSSEY Newsmagazine/ODYSSEY Media Group, Clarke Central High School, Athens, GA;
3. Carlie Weigel, “Social distancing or distance learning: What will next school year look Like?” The La Salle Falconer, La Salle Catholic College Preparatory, Milwaukie, OR;
CM. Audrey Enghauser, “Echoes of integration,” ODYSSEY Newsmagazine/ODYSSEY Media Group, Clarke Central High School, Athens, GA;
CM. Samantha Powers, “Minstrel roots of ‘The Eyes of Texas’ ignite debate within UT community,” The Shield, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
CM. Naomi Boneh and Avery Hanna, “The role of religion,” Verde, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA.

DM06 Editorial writing1. Leila Olukoga, “It's time to re-think advisory,” The Hawk Eye, Hebron High School, Carrollton, TX;
2. Staff, “District should replace iPads with laptops,” The Rider Online, Legacy High School, Mansfield, TX;
3. Staff, “School should start at a later time,” Newsstreak, Harrisonburg High School, Harrisonburg, VA.

DM07 Personal opinion: On-campus issues
1. Lily Salvatore, “WJ lacrosse coach Gary Reburn: what the team didn’t get to say,” The Pitch, Walter Johnson High School, Bethesda, MD;
2. Tim Mathas, “Pro: Discussing the merits and issues with gender-separate classes,” Tower, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, NY;

3. Joanne Yang, “Korean Culture loses importance at SIS,” Tiger Times, Seoul International School, Seongnam-si, South Korea;
CM. Kiley Baumgartner, “Don't conform to uniform,” The Eagle's Eye, Eisenhower High School, Shelby Townsip, MI;
CM. Anna Bayuk, “Gifted program is modern segragation,” The Eagle Eye, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Parkland, FL;
CM. Dylan Fu, Ethan Hwang and Amy Lin, “Opinion: How the Stanford GUP jeopardizes district finances,” The Paly Voice, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA.

DM08 Personal opinion: Off-campus issues
1. William Cover, “Housing reparations necessary to counteract redlining, institutionalized racism,” Bearing News, Rock Bridge High School, Columbia, MO;
2. Jacob Joseph Lefkowitz Brooks, “We can hold two ideas at once,” The Boiling Point, Shalhevet High School, Los Angeles, CA;
3. Kelly Tran, “A look into Georgia’s history of voter suppression,” The Southerner, Henry W. Grady High School, Atlanta, GA;

CM. Samantha Powers, “AISD unity act has opposite effect,” The Shield, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
CM. Laura Ospina, “Venezuelan refugees,” The Phillipian, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA;
CM. Marta Hill, “Why the press does what it does,” Echo, St. Louis Park High School, St. Louis Park, MN.

DM09 General or humor commentary
1. Nate Suraci, “Op-Ed: Tackling the disparity in public school funding,” The Gator, Brimmer and May School, Chestnut Hill, MA;
2. Sean Cavanaugh, “The brain of a quarantine teen,” The Lancer Spirit, Londonderry High School, Londonderry, NH;
3. Sona Wink, “Tips & tricks to feel like you're back at school during remote learning,” Earthquake, Germantown Friends School, Philadelphia, PA;
CM. Sona Wink, “A guide to hobbies for the quarantined and impatient,” Earthquake, Germantown Friends School, Philadelphia, PA;
CM. Shira Cohen, “Colleges should adopt test-optional policies,” The Westword, Westhill High School, Stamford, CT.

DM10 Blogging
1. Keonna Burnett, “The skin I wear,” The Rider Online, Legacy High School, Mansfield, TX;
2. Max Rhodes, “Rhodes traveled,” The Shield, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
3. Sal Cerrell, Lucas Romualdo and Cameron Spurr, “Politics update,” The Standard, The American School in London, London, England;
CM. Delilah Brumer, Valeria Luquin and Lauren Mills, “Reflections of life in the time of Coronavirus,” The Pearl Post, Daniel Pearl Magnet High School, Lake Balboa, CA;
CM. Madelynn Niles and Grace Nugent, “N&N at the movies,” The Shield, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
CM. Ally Lastovica, “Vegan View,” Wingspan, Liberty High School, Frisco, TX.

DM11 First person experience
1. Amina Dalal, “Quarantine poses tough challenges,” Spotlight, Ben Davis High School, Indianapolis, IN;
2. Alexander Robinson, “Trails of the past,” ODYSSEY Newsmagazine/ODYSSEY Media Group, Clarke Central High School, Athens, GA;
3. Reya Mosby, “Column: Other,” The Marquee, Marcus High School, Flower Mound, TX;
CM. Zoe Kaplan, “Op-Ed: My diagnosis, five years later,” The Gator, Brimmer and May School, Chestnut Hill, MA;
CM. Dana Richie, “My observations: A peaceful protest turned violent,” The Southerner, Henry W. Grady High School, Atlanta, GA;
CM. Suvwe Kokoricha, “What’s in my name?” The Red Ledger, Lovejoy High School, Lucas, TX.

DM12 Sports commentary
1. Claire Clements, “It’s time for equality for women in sports,” The Sidekick, Coppell High School, Coppell, TX;
2. Kait Bedell, “My final steps on the field of lost dreams,” The Lancer Spirit, Londonderry High School, Londonderry, NH;
3. Maddie Orr, “Collegiate-level athletics aren’t worth the clout,” Bearing News, Rock Bridge High School, Columbia, MO;
CM. Sanaz Ebrahimi, Ella Jones and Yael Sarig, “Perspective: Three reflections on being a female Paly athlete,” Viking, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA;
CM. Jasmin Taylor, “Attitudes towards female athletes must change,” The Standard, The American School in London, London, England;
CM. Staff, “Professional sports and American culture,” The Westword, Westhill High School, Stamford, CT.

DM13 Sports news
1. Ellen Fox and Julia Kay Smith, “Banners installed, removed, replaced,” The Shield, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
2. Maddie Khaw and Carlie Weigel, “Girls basketball season ends early, leaving them no shot at a State Title,” The La Salle Falconer, La Salle Catholic College Preparatory, Milwaukie, OR;
3. Samson George, “Marauders qualify for playoffs,” The Marquee, Marcus High School, Flower Mound, TX;
CM. Cate Bikales and Cole Pressler, “Mike Walsh field meets its end,” The Cardinal Times, Lincoln High School, Portland, OR;
CM. Dakota Canzano, Maddie Khaw and Carlie Weigel, “After falling short in the playoffs for several years, the boys varsity soccer team finds redemption,” The La Salle Falconer, La Salle Catholic College Preparatory, Milwaukie, OR;
CM. Gina Bae, “Wrestling sweeps competition,” The Campanile, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA.

DM14 Sports features
1. Staff, “Training for two,” Viking, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA;
2. Ella Rosewarne, “In my dreams,” The Communicator, Community High School, Ann Arbor, MI;
3. Beverly Regino, “Stepping it up,” The Mirror, Van Nuys High School, Van Nuys, CA;
CM. Charlotte Spears, “Racial separation remains on school’s sports teams 58 years after integration,” The Southerner, Henry W. Grady High School, Atlanta, GA;
CM. Adriana Pueskens, “Coach comes full circle,” The Marquee, Marcus High School, Flower Mound, TX;
CM. Nicole Chiang, “Wrestling her way to the top on and off the mat,” The Hoofprint, Walnut High School, Walnut, CA.

DM15 Personality profile
1. Caleb Goss, “Campbell comes to terms with mental health, embraces identity,” Newsstreak, Harrisonburg High School, Harrisonburg, VA;
2. Yasmin Haq, “Undocumented: Junior shares story of crossing the border,” The Hawk Eye, Hebron High School, Carrollton, TX;
3. Maddie Khaw, “‘The most painful thing in the world’: Senior Emily Niebergall’s journey through grief,” The La Salle Falconer, La Salle Catholic College Preparatory, Milwaukie, OR;
CM. Elena Hubert, “First African-American valedictorian Williams aspires to inspire,” The Southerner, Henry W. Grady High School, Atlanta, GA;
CM. Carlie Weigel, “After a State Title and seven years of helping students, Counselor Mr. Seth Altshuler departs from La Salle,” The La Salle Falconer, La Salle Catholic College Preparatory, Milwaukie, OR;
CM. Ryland Mallett, “Living after loss,” The Rider Online, Legacy High School, Mansfield, TX.

DM16 General feature
1. Madi Olivier, “The butterfly effect,” The Marquee, Marcus High School, Flower Mound, TX;
2. Abigail Poag, “SJS alum remembers 1946 polio outbreak that prompted school closure,” The Review/Review Online, St. John's School, Houston, TX;
3. Gina Bae, “Ghost kitchens reshape food industry,” The Campanile, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA.

DM17 Entertainment reviews
1. Raunak Lally, “‘Mary Quant’ exhibition celebrates designer behind Britain’s boldest trends,” The Standard, The American School in London, London, England;
2. Rida Mian and Yash Roy, “‘Never Have I Ever’ breaks new ground for representation in high school teen dramas,” The Tower, Princeton High School, Princeton, NJ;
3. Kate Haas, “‘Cats:’ Successful reboot, or total nightmare?” The Hawk Eye, Hebron High School, Carrollton, TX;

CM. Jade Kwitkiwski and Rachel Lee, “Hamlet' transcends original story to explore social media and mental health,” The Sagamore, Brookline High School, Brookline, MA
CM. Madelynn Niles, “Watching ‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things’ encourages never-ending thinking about the film,” The Shield, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
CM. Skylar DeBose, “Book review: ‘Black Enough’,” The Cardinal Times, Lincoln High School, Portland, OR.

DM18 Headline writing
No awards given in this category.

 DM19 Caption writing
No awards given in this category.

DM20 Briefs writing
1. Staff, The Hoofprint, Walnut High School, Walnut, CA.

DM21 Sidebar writing
No awards given in this category.

DM22 Single spot news photograph
1. Hunter Musi, “Protester Marcus McDonald playing the trombone in front of police officers,” Tribal Tribune / tribaltribune.org, Wando High School, Mount Pleasant, SC;
2. Maia Lefferman, “Politics meets streetwear as Andrew Yang comes to Fairfax,” The Boiling Point, Shalhevet High School, Los Angeles, CA;3. Ethan Swope, “PG and E shuts off power to minimize fire risk,” The Tam News, Tamalpais High School, Mill Valley, CA;
CM. Samantha Freeman, “2020 Dallas Women’s March activists push importance of 19th amendment, politics,” The Sidekick, Coppell High School, Coppell, TX;
CM. Ethan Swift, “Principal Hensley,” Newsstreak, Harrisonburg High School, Harrisonburg, VA;
CM. Bela Tapperson, “A woman is forced over a wall by state troopers,” The Shield, McCallum High School, Austin, TX.

DM23 Single feature photograph
1. Jenna Hickey, “Play like a girl,” Viking, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA;
2. Isaac McKenna and Tai Tworek, “Am I next?” The Communicator, Community High School, Ann Arbor, MI;

3. Abby Elliott, “Make way for the queen,” Tiger Times/Tiger Times Online, Texas High School, Texarkana, TX;
CM. Camryn DeVore, “An eye opener,” Bearing News, Rock Bridge High School, Columbia, MO;
CM. Noah Orloff, “Student sliding into chair,” Echo, St. Louis Park High School, St. Louis Park, MN.

DM24 Single sports photograph
1. Cameron DeRoos, “Maya drives,” The Black and White, Johnston High School, Johnston, IA;
2. Ethan Swope, “Water polo looks to rise to the top,” The Tam News, Tamalpais High School, Mill Valley, CA;
3. Staff, “Play like a girl,” Viking, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA;
CM. Ethan Swift, “Marquez Sly,” Newsstreak, Harrisonburg High School, Harrisonburg, VA;
CM. Jenna Hickey, “Matt Marzano goes up strong for a layup during his double-double performance,” Viking, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA;
CM. Jaden Fields, “Junior challenges Glendale player for ball in season’s first match,” WG Echo, Webster Groves High School, Webster Groves, MO.

DM25 Photo illustration
1. Ellen Fox, “Through the looking glass,” The Shield, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
2. Noah Bernstein, “Why are we hooked?” The Communicator, Community High School, Ann Arbor, MI;
3. Allison Chang and Samantha Ho, “Matriarchs leave Paly: Letitia Burton,” Verde, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA;
CM. Leah Breakstone, “Outer banks: Everyone's quarantine addiction,” Maroon, Scarsdale High School, Scarsdale, NY;
CM. Molly Solowitz, “‘It would just be nice to see someone who looked like me’: Community members reflect on Archer diversity,” The Oracle, The Archer School for Girls, Los Angeles, CA.

DM26 Photography Portfolio of work
1. Hunter Musi, Tribal Tribune / tribaltribune.org, Wando High School, Mount Pleasant, SC;
2. Jennifer Xia, The Messenger, Northview High School, Johns Creek, GA;
3. Peyton Sims, Tiger Times/Tiger Times Online, Texas High School, Texarkana, TX;
CM. Maia Lefferman, The Boiling Point, Shalhevet High School, Los Angeles, CA.

DM27 Art/illustration: Hand-drawn
1. Gina Bae, “Keeping up with the Quaranteens,” The Campanile, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA;
2. Brynne Barnard-Bahn, “Traditional Cantonese Milk Pudding,” The Octagon, Sacramento Country Day School, Sacramento, CA;
3. Allyson Smith, “Hollywood horrors,” Tiger Times/Tiger Times Online, Texas High School, Texarkana, TX;
CM. Sadie Hammarhead, “Art - Thursday? I think?” Earthquake, Germantown Friends School, Philadelphia, PA;
CM. Gina Bae, “Reducing red meat consumption benefits health, environment,” The Campanile, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA.

DM28 Computer generated art/illustration
1. Celine Huang, “COVID state of mind: mental health in quarantine,” The Review/Review Online, St. John's School, Houston, TX;
2. Gianna Hutton, “Red flags to avoid in an abusive relationship,” The Panther, Miami Palmetto Senior High, Miami, FL;
3. Celine Huang, “Students against stigma and Unity Council host forum on mental health in people of color,” The Review/Review Online, St. John's School, Houston, TX;
CM. Riley Kerns, “Historic facts disprove Halloween myths,” Bearing News, Rock Bridge High School, Columbia, MO;
CM. Keira Beller, “From backyard minyans to distanced dinners, Covid Rosh Hashanah will look and feel different,” The Boiling Point, Shalhevet High School, Los Angeles, CA;
CM. Ella Tang, “The COVID-19 blame game,” Tower, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, NY.

DM29 Cartoons
No awards given in this category.

 DM30 Cartoon Portfolio of work
1. Ava Lockhart, The Gator, Brimmer and May School, Chestnut Hill, MA;
2. Kai Kirkham Macias, The Shield, McCallum High School, Austin, TX.

DM31 Informational graphics
1. Lauren West, “What’s next,” The Harbinger, Shawnee Mission East High School, Prairie Village, KS;
2. Sophie Froese and Maddie Orr, “Most significant events in female history,” Bearing News, Rock Bridge High School, Columbia, MO;
3. Mhar Tenorio, “How ventilators work,” The Mirror, Van Nuys High School, Van Nuys, CA;
CM. Jonathan Novak, Gabriel Romualdo and Lucas Romualdo, “Coronavirus Special Edition,” The Standard, The American School in London, London, England;
CM. Parker North, Laura Shaw and Hayden Turner, “Sindone seizes golden opportunity,” The BluePrint, Hagerty High School, Oviedo, FL;
CM. Phoebe Kallaher, “BHS Water fountains: A tour,” The Sagamore, Brookline High School, Brookline, MA.

DM32 Photo slideshow
No awards given in this category.

DM33 Photo and audio slideshow
1. Natalie Cullen, Faith Lawrence and Cade Spencer, “Senior send-off salute allows the Class of 2020 to take one last lap around campus,” The Dispatch, James Bowie High School, Austin, TX.

DM34 Podcast
1. Leah Breakstone and Ariel Weinsaft, “How the Scarsdale School District is handling COVID-19: Pandemic Podcast Ep. 3.” Maroon, Scarsdale High School, Scarsdale, NY;
2. Benjamin Nopper and Matthew Piccirillo, “The Goddcast,” The Red Ledger, Lovejoy High School, Lucas, TX;
3. Evelyn Griffin, Theo Roe and Alysa Spiro, “Merlin pairs powerful lyrics with upbeat, laid-back style,” The Shield, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
CM. Leah Allen and Sydney Kim, “Women's stories in history and today,” King Street Chronicle, Convent of the Sacred Heart, Greenwich, CT;
CM. Ella West, “Impact: Mariam Matin (’11),” The Review/Review Online, St. John's School, Houston, TX.

DM35 Interactive graphic
1. Anthony Kim and Samson Zhang, “State of the Academy 2020,” The Phillipian, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA;
2. Sarah Mosteller, “Coronavirus isolates but also unifies; an international outlook on the pandemic,” Bearing News, Rock Bridge High School, Columbia, MO;
3. Logan Schiciano, “The COVID-19 blame game,” Tower, The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, NY;

CM. Mori Ono, “Holding back the flood,” The Communicator, Community High School, Ann Arbor, MI.

DM36 Informational graphics: Portfolio of work
1. Ethan Hwang, The Paly Voice, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA;
2. Itzel Luna, The Pearl Post, Daniel Pearl Magnet High School, Lake Balboa, CA.

DM37 Video Commercial
No awards given in this category.

DM38 Video PSA
1. Alexandra Hannett, “Anything but fine,” Broadcast Journalism, Sacred Heart Greenwich, Greenwich, CT.

DM39 VideoNews package
1. Edward Chen, Fareen Dhuka and Bailey Maierson, “Behind the scenes: dancers prepare for choreography showcase,” The Review/Review Online, St. John's School, Houston, TX;
2. Lawder DeSantis, “The KC climate strike,” The Harbinger, Shawnee Mission East High School, Prairie Village, KS;
3. Alice Scott, “2020 election creates generational divide,” The Shield, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
CM. Jett Schnackenberg, “Living church,” The Rider Online, Legacy High School, Mansfield, TX;
CM. Alice Scott, “Opening up to online school,” The Shield, McCallum High School, Austin, TX;
CM. Assad Malik, “Shop with a cop and firefighter,” Tiger Times/Tiger Times Online, Texas High School, Texarkana, TX.

DM40 Video Feature package
1. Anna Xu, “Girls’ basketball defeats Ozark 63-40,” Bearing News, Rock Bridge High School, Columbia, MO;
2. Bailey Stover, “Female students respond to Women's History Month questions,” Bearing News, Rock Bridge High School, Columbia, MO;
3. Jeremy Suh, “Six life hacks,” The Sagamore, Brookline High School, Brookline, MA;
CM. Cassidy Allen, “Seussical,” The Rider Online, Legacy High School, Mansfield, TX;
CM. Summer Daniel and Victoria Soulodre, “Seasons stripped—What it means to be a senior spring athlete in 2020,” Viking, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA;
CM. Logan Diggs, “Russell returns,” Tiger Times/Tiger Times Online, Texas High School, Texarkana, TX.

DM41 Video Doumentary
1. Isabel DeVita and Daniella Tocco, “Heartsong,” Broadcast Journalism, Sacred Heart Greenwich, Greenwich, CT;
2. Carly Haines and Isabella Stewart, “Legacy,” Broadcast Journalism, Sacred Heart Greenwich, Greenwich, CT;
3. Isabel DeVita, “No, no boy,” Broadcast Journalism, Sacred Heart Greenwich, Greenwich, CT;
CM. Olivia Christensen and Mary Dowling, “Seems like a shame,” Broadcast Journalism, Sacred Heart Greenwich, Greenwich, CT;
CM. Delaney Coleman, “Big love, Fierce Juju,” Broadcast Journalism, Sacred Heart Greenwich, Greenwich, CT;
CM. Dalton Reck, “Face-Off S3,” The Harbinger, Shawnee Mission East High School, Prairie Village, KS.

DM42 Open (free) form poetry
1. Grace Tran, “Yellow flag, red star,” The Pulse, Johns Creek High School, Johns Creek, GA;
2. Emily Zhao, “I’ve locked myself in a familiar bathroom,” The Pulse, Johns Creek High School, Johns Creek, GA;
3. Yongju Cho, “A fragment—June, 2017,” The Pulse, Johns Creek High School, Johns Creek, GA;
CM. Grace Tran, “Shopping list,” The Pulse, Johns Creek High School, Johns Creek, GA.

DM43 Closed (traditional) form poetry
1. Emily Zhao, “The grandfather,” The Pulse, Johns Creek High School, Johns Creek, GA;
2. Jack Rarer, “One man's terrorist,” The Pulse, Johns Creek High School, Johns Creek, GA;
3. Grace Tran, “Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité,” The Pulse, Johns Creek High School, Johns Creek, GA.

DM45 Traditional fiction
1. Jack Rarer, “Return to form,” The Pulse, Johns Creek High School, Johns Creek, GA.

DM46 Essays
1. Ya'el Sarig, “Dear Kobe,” Viking, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA.

DM47 Non-fiction article
1. Morgan Chow, Tamal Pilla and Antonio Quiñones, “From scraps to a winning robot,” Scientific Marksman, St. Mark's School of Texas, Dallas, TX;
2. Dee Carreon and Heba Dalu, “COVID misinformation,” The Eagle's Eye, W. Charles Akins High School, Austin, TX;
3. Ellie Winer, “Local black-owned businesses adjust to pandemic,” The Southerner, Henry W. Grady High School, Atlanta, GA;
CM. Audrianna Kisley, “Mental health influenced more than ever by social media,” The Southerner, Henry W. Grady High School, Atlanta, GA;
CM. Aishwarya Thiyagarajan, “Can one person end global poverty?” Borgen Project, Washington High School, Fremont, CA.

DM48 Non-fiction interview
1. Tyler Nussbaumer, Jeremy Yu and Austin Zang, “The adventure of two Nicholases,” Scientific Marksman, St. Mark's School of Texas, Dallas, TX;
2. Ava Bailey and Mehuli Basu Roy, “Essential workers risk lives for our benefit: healthcare workers,” The Featherduster, Westlake High School, Austin, TX;

DM49 Non-fiction Column
1. Mehuli Basu Roy, “A guide to making face masks at home, ensuring their effectiveness,” The Featherduster, Westlake High School, Austin, TX;
2. James Shiao, “TaaS,” Scientific Marksman, St. Mark's School of Texas, Dallas, TX;
3. Matthew Marzano, “At what cost,” Viking, Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA.

DM50 Portfolio Illustration
1. James Shiao, Scientific Marksman, St. Mark’s School of Texas, Dallas, TX.

DM51 Photograph Single Artistic photograph
1. Stuti Gupta, “Swinging into softball,” tjTODAY, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, VA;
2. Evan Lai, “Build the future,” Scientific Marksman, St. Mark's School of Texas, Dallas, TX;
3. Stuti Gupta, “Highs and lows make us human,” tjTODAY, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, VA.

DM52 Photo Illustration: Portfolio of work
1. Ben Hao, Scientific Marksman, St. Mark's School of Texas, Dallas, TX.