LPS student journalists place at 2022 NSAA State Journalism Contest

Lincoln Public Schools had a great showing at this year's NSAA State Journalism Contest, held Monday, April 25, and Tuesday, April 26, at Northeast Community College in Norfolk. Students competed in various categories including newspaper writing, yearbook writing, advertising, and more. 

Lincoln Southwest High School

Emma DeShone - Fourth Place, Yearbook Sports Feature Writing
Addie Sanchez - Sixth Place, Yearbook Sports Feature Writing; Sixth Place, Yearbook Feature Writing
Michaela Boyd - Third Place, Newspaper Layout; Eighth Place, News Feature Photography
Cadi Wilbeck - State Champion, Yearbook Sports Feature Writing
Emely Chairez - Eighth Place, Newspaper Opinion Column Writing

Lincoln Southeast High School

Ksenia Gevorkova - Third Place, Newspaper Feature Writing
Chloe Fitzgibbon - Fourth Place, In-Depth Newspaper Coverage

Lincoln East High School

Ava Bartels - Fourth Place, Entertainment Review Writing
Hope Shortridge - Fifth Place, Newspaper Sports Feature Writing
Kamryn Snyder, Anika Keese, Cady Blackstock, Brisa Odenthal - Fifth Place, In-Depth Newspaper Coverage
Kamryn Snyder - Fourth Place, Photo/Artistic Illustration
Emma Engelman - State Champion, Yearbook Layout
Kelty Duval - Sixth Place, Yearbook Layout
Amany Al-Barakat, Kelty Duval, Lizzy Schnell - State Runners-up, Yearbook Theme Development

Lincoln Northeast High School

Harlee Damme, Riley Duncan, Sammi Reed - Fourth Place, Yearbook Theme Develpment

Published: April 29, 2022, Updated: April 29, 2022

Lincoln East's Amany Al-Barakat, Lizzy Schnell, and Kelty Duval bring home the state runners-up title for Yearbook Theme Development