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Staff members win international awards

Patrick Mann, Reporter

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Quill and Scroll International Journalism Honor Society recognized three EagleNationOnline.com staff members with Gold Keys. A total of 2,065 entries were submitted in all divisions, with a total of 321 individual student winners. These students are now eligible for scholarships their senior years.

Junior Kester Muthalaly won two Gold Keys, one for Sports Photography and one for News Feature Photography.

Junior Neha Madhira won a Gold Key for Sports Photography.

Sophomore Isabella Abraham won a Gold Key for News Writing, the largest and most competitive category.

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Patrick Mann, reporter

This is my first year on the newspaper and I am also apart of the golf team.

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