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Lindale Academics Wins State

Design by Madison Barnes using Canva.

Academic students competed in the University Interscholastic League (UIL) state competition this month at the University of Texas at Austin placing first out of all teams with 213 points. To make it to the state level, students had to place 1 through 3 in both district and regional competitions. 

“I am super excited that they put in the hard work and it was finally rewarded for them,” journalism coach Neda Morrow said. “It was awesome to watch our students make it through each level of competition.  I am so proud of all of them.”

State Results:

Copy editing3rd Julia Montgomery

Editorial2nd Julia Montgomery

Headline Writing – 1st Julia Montgomery, 4th Jaida Jones

News Writing – 1st Jaida Jones, 4th Andrea Hernandez

Science4th Overall-Fatema Smadi, Top Biology Student–Fatema Smadi 

Journalism Sweepstakes – 1st Julia Montgomery, Jaida Jones, Andrea Hernandez, Sydney Hines

Barbara Jordan Essay Contest2nd Aiden Ramsey, 4th Diya Patel

Film Documentary2nd, 4th, and 5th “The Way God Made Me”, “From Quarterback to Giving Back”, “Pray for Joe: A Story of Recovery”

Film Traditional Animation3rd “Snow Baby”, 4th “Insomnia”, 5th “Love Notes”

Film Narrative -4th “Shopping Trip”

Theatrical Costume Design – Regan Wooten–2nd in Hair/Makeup Design, Design group–6th

Overall School Sweepstakes – 1st Lindale

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Madison Barnes
Madison Barnes, Staff Writer
Madison is a sophomore and a staff member of the Eagle Eye Newspaper. She enjoys reading and writing as her main hobbies, as well as listening to music. She also participates in speech and debate, where her main events are Lincoln-Douglas debate, poetry, and extemp. She also participates in theater as a stage hand. She hopes to attend TJC for two years then switch to SMU to study Law.

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