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Ms. Henderson, Yearbook Instructor, just announced that 23 yearbook students recently won awards in 18 different categories of the Northwest Scholastic Press Association's Media Olympics. The awards ranged from Honorable Mention to Best in Category, with the highest awards going to the following students: Best in Category for Photo Story - Sarah Swancutt Superior for News Photo - Sydney Collins Superior for Sports Spread (wrestling) - Jillian Liebersbach, Sophia Francois, Travis Wheeler and Mathew Dean Superior for Non-Traditional Coverage Spread (Trends) - Estelle Tedrick, Jessica Puderbaugh, Shelby Yearout, Breanna Cleveland and Jillian Hookland In addition to the above, the following students also won awards: Photography - Andy Sanchez-Vasquez, Kamryn Potter, Kayla Wade & Tayler Keeler Yearbook Spreads - Jillian Liebersbach, Alli Bedacht, Kylee Truesdell, Ali Stead, Caitlyn Olsen, Donovan Vogt, Moriah Eads and Courtney Silbernagel. Well Done Tigers!!
Track and Field Coaches Jared Brougher and Shannon McAdams announced that Junction City High School's Track Field Team has been awarded several grants this year. $25,000 from the Ford Foundation, $2500 from Pacific Power Foundation, $5000 from the Autzen Foundation, $2000 from Oregon Track Club, $2500 from NW Farm Credit Services, $1000 from AllState Foundation, and the Cow Creek Foundation has informed the coaches that they are awarding $5000! Most of these recent grants must be used for new elements of the track and field renovation. $90,000 in cash and materials have been donated; middle school and high school student athlete fund-raised; or grant-awarded in the last year! Congratulations to Coach Brougher and to Coach Shannon McAdams!
Congratulations to Junction City High School senior, Gabe Bagley! Gabe was presented with Oregon State University's most prestigious award, the Presidential Scholarship. The Presidential Scholarship rewards academic excellence and inspires recipients to continue to be a positive force in the world. Gabe plans to major in engineering. Well done Gabe!!