LITTLE CYPRESS — On Saturday, Jan. 19, the Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School’s Journalism team traveled to Nederland High School to compete in University Interscholastic League events. Senior Danielle Sonnier placed second in the News Writing and Feature Writing competitions, sophomore Izzy Echartea placed second in Headline Writing and Fifth in Feature Writing, and senior Sarah St. John placed Sixth in News Writing. The team is coached by Lindsey Standley and will compete again at Port Neches-Groves High School on Feb. 2. Pictured, left to right, are Sarah St. John, Emily St. John, Izzy Echartea and Danielle Sonnier. Team members not pictured are Camden LeLeux, Wendy Valles and Mason Davis.
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