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5502fbc344afd Caption: Troy High School Regional Journalism State Qualifiers. Front Row: Trae Shelton. Row 2: Bailey Schofield, Treyton Jenkins, and Madyson Guffy. Row 3: Nathan King, Ben Wardlow, and Ashley Stock. Row 4: Brittany Klaus, Lexi Norris, and Allyson Budine. Row 5: Jennifer Keller, Alexis Horner, and Kori Bennett. Not pictured: Jay Whetstine and Braden Grossman
Caption: Troy High School Regional Journalism State Qualifiers. Front Row: Trae Shelton. Row 2: Bailey Schofield, Treyton Jenkins, and Madyson Guffy. Row 3: Nathan King, Ben Wardlow, and Ashley Stock. Row 4: Brittany Klaus, Lexi Norris, and Allyson Budine. Row 5: Jennifer Keller, Alexis Horner, and Kori Bennett. Not pictured: Jay Whetstine and Braden Grossman

TROY QUALIFIES 31 ENTRIES FOR STATE JOURNALISM CONTEST

March 13, 2015

 

At regional journalism contest sponsored by the Kansas Scholastic Press Association, at Kansas State University February 26, 31 of the 38 entries submitted by Troy High School Publications qualified for state competition in May. Everyone who entered the contest from Troy qualified in at least one activity for state competition.

Part of the categories involved the students doing work on-site.   In these, the following placed:  Ben Wardlow, 1st in editorial cartoon; Braden Grossman, 2nd in editorial cartoon; Nathan King, 1st in yearbook copy writing; Jay Whetstine, 2nd in yearbook sports writing; Lexi Norris, 3rd in newspaper sports writing; Ashley Stock, 3rd in editing; and Kori Bennett, 3rd in editorial writing.  Earning honorable mention in the on-site competition and also qualifying for state were Ally Budine, editing; Trae Shelton, news writing and feature writing; Brittany Klaus, yearbook sports writing; Treyton Jenkins, cutline (caption) writing; Mady Guffy, yearbook sports writing; and Nathan King, editorial writing.

The other portion of entries were created at the school and submitted electronically to the contest site.  Placing in this portion were Nathan King and Lexi Norris, as a team in Theme Development and Graphics; Treyton Jenkins, 1st in headlines and 3rd in academic photography; Brittany Klaus, 1st in newspaper design; Jennifer Keller, 2nd in yearbook layout; Nathan King, 3rd in yearbook layout and in headlines; Mady Guffy, 3rd in student life photography and in infographics; Trae Shelton, 3rd in newspaper design; and Bailey Schofield, 3rd in advertising.

Placing honorable mention and also qualifying for state in the entries done at the school were Trae Shelton, in advertising and in sports photography; Bailey Schofield, in infographics and in photo illustration; Alexis Horner, photo illustration; and Mady Guffy, academic photography.

The KSPA state contest is managed the same way with a mix of on-site entries and entries done prior to the contest and submitted electronically.  Mrs. Martha-Jean Rockey is the publications adviser.

At regional journalism contest sponsored by the Kansas Scholastic Press Association, at Kansas State University February 26, 31 of the 38 entries submitted by Troy High School Publications qualified for state competition in May. Everyone who entered the contest from Troy qualified in at least one activity for state competition.

Part of the categories involved the students doing work on-site.   In these, the following placed:  Ben Wardlow, 1st in editorial cartoon; Braden Grossman, 2nd in editorial cartoon; Nathan King, 1st in yearbook copy writing; Jay Whetstine, 2nd in yearbook sports writing; Lexi Norris, 3rd in newspaper sports writing; Ashley Stock, 3rd in editing; and Kori Bennett, 3rd in editorial writing.  Earning honorable mention in the on-site competition and also qualifying for state were Ally Budine, editing; Trae Shelton, news writing and feature writing; Brittany Klaus, yearbook sports writing; Treyton Jenkins, cutline (caption) writing; Mady Guffy, yearbook sports writing; and Nathan King, editorial writing.

The other portion of entries were created at the school and submitted electronically to the contest site.  Placing in this portion were Nathan King and Lexi Norris, as a team in Theme Development and Graphics; Treyton Jenkins, 1st in headlines and 3rd in academic photography; Brittany Klaus, 1st in newspaper design; Jennifer Keller, 2nd in yearbook layout; Nathan King, 3rd in yearbook layout and in headlines; Mady Guffy, 3rd in student life photography and in infographics; Trae Shelton, 3rd in newspaper design; and Bailey Schofield, 3rd in advertising.

Placing honorable mention and also qualifying for state in the entries done at the school were Trae Shelton, in advertising and in sports photography; Bailey Schofield, in infographics and in photo illustration; Alexis Horner, photo illustration; and Mady Guffy, academic photography.

The KSPA state contest is managed the same way with a mix of on-site entries and entries done prior to the contest and submitted electronically.  Mrs. Martha-Jean Rockey is the publications adviser.

 

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