Thursday, April 24, 2014
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Kids in the News: Macy Galloway takes first place in photo contest

In the black-and-white category, Pooja Tripathi won first place for this picture, as well as winning third place for another entry. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo

Macy Galloway, a ninth-grader at Emerson Junior High, is the first-place overall winner of this year’s city of Davis Teen Photo Contest. In the color category, Shannon Segall took first and third places while Eli Weiss took second. In the black-and-white category, Pooja Tripathi won first and third places and Neal Rock took second. The winning photos are on display at City Hall, 23 Russell Blvd., and at the Veterans’ Memorial Center, 203 E. 14th St.

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Seventeen Davis Water Polo Club athletes have been named Academic All-Americans by USA Water Polo. Students had to have a minimum grade-point average of 3.6, and those with 4.0 GPAs were named Outstanding Academic All-Americans. A total of 720 students in grades 10-12 were recognized across the country and just four clubs boasted more Academic All-Americans than Davis.

Local student-athletes named Outstanding Academic All-Americans are: Haley Blackwell, Jack Blattner, Alex Borowsky, Garrett Fisk, Alexander Labass, Matthew Reiser, Emeline Savidge, Connor Stapleton, Katelynn Thompson, Eileen Walsh and Hailey Wright. Academic All-Americans are Sam Burke, Ben Diamant, Valente Dolcini, Graham Fullerton, Lauren Owens and Bryan Poole.

Anne Ternus-Bellamy

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