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MSSU Media Showcase winners announced

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The winners of the 2014 Southern Media Showcase have been announced.

The annual awards recognize outstanding work in publication and video projects by area high-school students. More than 300 students attended the event at Missouri Southern on Thursday, Dec. 4, where the winners were recognized. It marked the 18th year for the awards, which are presented by the MSSU Communication Department.

The program included a presentation by Missouri Southern graduate Sam McDonald, a field producer and video editor for Vista Productions in Bentonville, Ark.

The following is a list of the winners in each category.

HIGH SCHOOL PUBLICATION COMPETITION

Column

First –“Holiday Revelations,” Daniel Nguyen, Central High School, Springfield, Mo.

Second – “Combined Chaos,” Grayce King, Glendale High School, Springfield, Mo.

Third – “Promiscuity or Education,” Alexis Meacheam, Central High School, Springfield, Mo.

Honorable Mention (HM) – “The ID Police: How I Learned to Stop Worrying,” Grace Depperschmidt, Central High School, Springfield, Mo.

Feature Photography

First – “Red, White, and Eagles,” Shelby Dewitt, Joplin High School, Joplin.

Second – “Humane Society to the Rescue,” Audrey Montgomery, Glendale High School, Springfield, Mo.

Third (tie) – “Farmer's Park,” Megan Burke, Glendale High School, Springfield, Mo.

Third (tie) – “Will You Marry Me? No, Me!” Megan Freitas, McAuley Catholic High School, Joplin.

HM- “I'll Miss You Most of All,” James Nguyen, McAuley Catholic High School, Joplin.

Feature Writing

First – “Universal Languages: Math and Love,” Logan Whitehead, Joplin High School, Joplin.

Second (tie) – “Coffee Shop Craze,” Emma Claybrook, Joplin High School, Joplin.

Second (tie) – “On the Other Side of the Storm,” Emma Thompson, Joplin High School, Joplin.

Third (tie) – “McAuley Graduate Soars to New Heights,” Susannah Schrader, McAuley Catholic High School, Joplin.

Third (tie) – “What Will Be Your Legacy?” Jennifer Nguyen, Matt McMullen, Joplin High School, Joplin.

HM – “Camouflaged at Central,” Daniel Nguyen, Central High School, Springfield, Mo.

HM – “Hope and Recovery,” Kathleen Hughes, Joplin High School, Joplin, Mo.

News Photography

First – “The Message, Children…,” Megan Price, McAuley Catholic High School, Joplin.

Second –“Ice Bucket Challenge,” Sabrina Keeling, Central High School, Springfield, Mo.

Third – “Graduation March,” Susannah Schrader, McAuley Catholic High School, Joplin.

HM – “Raindrops and Roses,” James Nguyen, McAuley Catholic High School, Joplin.

Newswriting

First – “Status Check: Diversity at GHS,” Sarah Teague, Glendale High School, Springfield, Mo.

Second (tie) – “Humane Society to the Rescue,”Sarah Teague, Glendale High School, Springfield, Mo.

Second (tie) – “St. Mary's Church Rebuilds, Revives, and Rejoices,” Christopher Taylor, McAuley Catholic High School, Joplin.

Third (tie) – “Vandalism in the Stalls,” Lonni Hall, Central High School, Springfield, Mo.

Third (tie) – “Sexting,” Sarah Teague, Glendale High School, Springfield, Mo.

HM – “Joe Biden Speaks at JHS Ribbon Cutting,” Rylee Hartwell, Joplin High School, Joplin.

Page One Design

First –“Issue 4 Cover,” Anne Marie Schudy, Central High School, Springfield, Mo.

Second – “Patriotic Student Section,” Matt McMullen, Joplin High School, Springfield, Mo.

Third – “Obsessive Media,” Matt McMullen, Joplin High School, Joplin.

Sports Photography

First – “Master Evader,” Logan Allgood, McAuley Catholic High School, Joplin.

Second – “Out at Home,” Katie Earll, Joplin High School, Joplin.

Third – “O-line Rules,” Susannah Schrader, McAuley Catholic High School, Joplin.

Sports Writing

First – “Falcons Fight,” Hiliary Viguet, Glendale High School, Springfield, Mo.

Second – “McAuley Warriors Football Team Stays Tough After Rocky Start,” James Nguyen, McAuley Catholic High School, Joplin.

Third – “Teammates are Family,” Chris Martucci, Joplin High School, Joplin.

HM – “Warriors Go Out on Top,” Megan Price, McAuley Catholic High School, Joplin.

Best Overall Publication

First – Quill staff, 2013-2014, EIC, Maddi Pearcy, Grayce King, Glendale High School, Sprinfield, Mo.

Second – Central High Times, Issue 1 October 2014, Issue 2 June 2014, staff, Central High School, Sprinfield, Mo.

Third – Spyglass, August and October, Spyglass staff, Joplin High School, Joplin.

Publication Sweepstakes

Spyglass staff, Joplin High School, Joplin.

HIGH SCHOOL VIDEO COMPETITION

Animation

First – “West Coast,” Broady Coursey, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

Second – “Day Dreaming,” Lindsey Broady, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

Third – “The Magician,” Luke Hansen, East Newton High School, Granby, Mo.

HM – “Weekly Announcements Intro,” Brenden Beck, Joplin High School, Joplin.

HM – “Hello, My Name Is…,” Landon Maberry, Dylan Maberry, Lamar High School, Lamar, Mo.

HM— “Luigi Meets a Magician,” Brock Cantrell, Glendale High School, Springfield, Mo.

Comedy/Drama

First – “No Parking,” Evan Blue, Anna Blue, Zane Craigmile, Shelbie Dewitt, Joplin High School, Joplin.

Second – “Ditched,” Shelbie Dewitt, Zane Craigmile, Grant Shurley, Joplin High School, Joplin.

Third – “The Meanie Genie,” Chelsie Jeffries, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

HM – “Behind Clouded Eyes,” Codi Turner, Madison Robinson, Kylie Jones, Erin Parrot, Joplin High School, Joplin.

HM – “The Admirer,” Mike VanSlyke, Hailey Roughton, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

Commercial/PSA

First – “I Don't Care,” Aviva Okeson-Haberman, Sabrina Ollis, Central High School, Springfield, Mo.

Second – “YL,” Lauren Stringer, Joplin High School, Joplin.

Third – “Superintendent Welcome,” Caleb Clark, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

HM – “What's Super about CHS,” Andrew Moore, Kendall Young, Carthage High School, Carthage, Mo.

HM –“Self Esteem,” Burgundi Tarrant, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

Documentary

First – “Rodeo Bible Camp,” Caleb Clark, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

Second – “Chernobyl,” Chase Stone, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

Third – “5th Down,” Brooke Montgomery, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

HM – “CLO,” Lauren Stringer, Joplin High School, Joplin.

HM – “Link Crew Boys,” Lauren Stringer, Joplin High School, Joplin.

Music Video

First – “Haunted,” Brooke Montgomery, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

Second – “I Hold On,” Caleb Thompson, Southeast High School, Cherokee, Kan.

Third – “Breezeblocks,” Eleyah Slavens, Julia Weber, Glendale High School, Springfield, Mo.

HM – “I Don't Dance,” Caleb Thompson, Zoey Ball, Southeast High School, Cherokee, Kan.

HM – “Gold Music Video,” Lauren Stringer, Joplin High School, Joplin.

News Format

First – “Art Inspired,” Rachel Haik, Tristan Brooks, Central High School, Springfield, Mo.

Second – “Media Showcase,” Thien Le, McAuley Catholic High School, Joplin, Mo.

Third – “Warning Shot,” Aviva Okeson-Haberman, Sabrina Ollis, Central High School, Springfield, Mo.

HM – “WC New Teachers,” Shelby Smith, Cheyanna Floyd, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

HM – “Escape the Vape,” Nikhil Havaldar, Gavin Poe, Central High School, Springfield, Mo.

Sports Format

First – “Webb City Pre-Game Video-Strive for Five,” Caleb Clark, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

Second – “Webb City at Rockhurst,” Brooke Montgomery, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

Third – “Quad Squad,” Tayler Arterburn, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

HM – “Webb City Football,” Chase Murray, Breyden Artis, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

HM – “CHS Girls Soccer,” Marybel Miranda, Yaneli Lopez, Carthage High School, Carthage, Mo.

5 Second Video

First – “Super Mario,” Jade Fields, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

Second – “Naruto,” Thien Le, McAuley Catholic High School, Joplin.

Third – “No Friends,” Chase Stone, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

HM – “The Bar,” Simeon Frank, Jaden Fields, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

HM – “Airball,” Chase Murray, Breyden Artis, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

HM – “Missing Stapler,” Shea Eidson, Preston Schaack, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

Epic Movie Trailer

First – “Free Information,” Emily Fahrlander, Kayla Windes, Supriya Vuda, Glendale High School, Springfield, Mo.

Second – “The Avengers,” Simeon Frank, Jaden Fields, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

Third – “The Michael Bay Movie Movie Trailer,” Alyssa Brown, Lauren Brown, Stephanie Kent, Abbey West, Maddy West, Ashlea Zumwalt, Joplin High School, Joplin.

HM –“Deep Within,” Caleb Thompson, Southeast High School, Cherokee, Kan.

HM – “Alone,” Codi Turner, Madison Robinson, Kylie Jones, Erin Parrot, Joplin High School, Joplin.

Four Lines of Dialogue

First – “The Cover Up,” Gavin Poe, Alex Kunze, Central High School, Springfield, Mo.

Second – “Haunted,” Lindsey Broady, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

Third –“Broken,” Katey Freeman, Zoey Ball, Southeast High School, Cherokee, Kan.

HM – “Apple,” Caleb Thompson, Ryan Thomas, Southeast High School, Cherokee, Kan.

HM – “The Mouse,” Shelby Smith, Cheyanna Floyd, Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

Sweepstakes Winner Video

Webb City High School, Webb City, Mo.

Passion for Video Award (In Memory of Will Norton)

Aviva Okeson-Haberman, Central High School, Springfield, Mo.

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Southern Media Showcase Day is made possible by financial supporters including the Ruth I. Kolpin Foundation, the Missouri Broadcasters Association, the Missouri Press Association, the Society of Professional Journalists and Missouri Southern Admissions. Other support comes from KOAM-TV, The Joplin Globe, University Relations and Marketing and on-campus media outlets.

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