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2010-2011: Mateo Media Racks Up Awards

Mateo journalists pose with their awards.

Once again, Mateo Media—specifically, Mateo Journalism—managed to rack up awards at the annual San Francisco Peninsula Press Club’s High School Journalism Awards on May 2, 2011.

In a competition involving 15 Peninsula high schools, 459 entries in 12 categories, and 221 students, The San Mateo Hi and The Bearcat managed to win four different awards. , Morgan Babbs took home First Place in the Sports Photo category for a photograph of the San Mateo football team, Jeremy Venook won Second Place in the Column category for various opinion stories, Victoria Xiao won an Honorable Mention in the Features category for her story on the Egyptian revolutions, and The Bearcat won First Place for Website Design.

Congratulations, Bearcats!

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  •  I’m so proud of you guys! Congrats and thanks for maintaining the HI as the best high school paper in the county.