October 14, 2022

Homecoming Photo Contest Winners

This year, our photography and yearbook classes offered our first annual homecoming photo contest. Students were asked to enter at least two photos in any of the five possible divisions: action, reaction, creativity, photojournalism and Warrior spirit. They were encouraged to take photos which document such a great week of our student life memories. All winners are awarded with a jeans day next Monday, October 17. The two overall best of show winners are the recipients of a $20 Chick-fil-A gift card in addition to Monday’s jeans day. We are proud of all of our talented Warrior photographers.

Yearbook Class Winners

Best of Action- Aidan Dougherty

Best of Reaction-Kayla Barfoot

Best of Photojournalism- Aidan Dougherty

Honorable Mention Action- Damien Reyna

Best of Action-Ethan Grumbles

Honorable Mention Reaction- Ethan Grumbles

Best of Reaction-Cres Harris

Best of Photojournalism- Carissa Simcik

Best of Warrior Spirit- Paige Petru

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