Area students place in digital photography contest
MARSHALL — Five area students’ creative eyes earned them recognition in a recent digital photography competition.
Sponsored by the Southwest West Central Service Cooperative, area students from Worthington and Heron Lake-Okabena earned awards.
Worthington students Ariana Jeffers and Ashley Noerenberg earned first-place honors in categories “nature and landscapes” and “elements of design,” respectively.
Worthington students Abigail Bannor and Katelyn Meyer earned second-place awards for their “nature and landscapes” and “elements of design” photos. Bannor also earned a people’s choice award for her photo.
Leah Schmid, a HL-O student, earned second place for a photo in the “people” category and honorable mention for a “nature and landscapes” photo.
Other contestants who placed in the Top 3 in the contest categories included students from Montevideo and Mountain Lake Christian.
To view other submissions, visit swsc.org/page/288.