2019 Short Story Competition Winners
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We are delighted to publish, with their permission, the 2019 Short Story Competition Winners.

Year 3 and 4

Winner: Pia Ribaldone, Whistunday Anglican School, for her story, "No Clone Zone"

Runner Up: Isabella Preston, Whitsunday Anglican School, for her story "The Magic Pen"

Highly Commended: Jacen Rixon, Blackwater North State School, for his story "The Megalodon's Treasure"

Highly Commended: Ameera Akram, Whitsunday Anglican School, for her story "Violet and the Magical Book"

 

Year 5 and 6

Winner: Reign Zapico, Mackay Central State School, for her story "Masked Heart"

Runner Up: Amelia Bishop, Mackay North State School, for her story "Retracing Steps from the Past"

Highly Commended: Sanvi Rana, Whitsunday Anglican School, for her story "Anxiety and Fear"

 

Year 7 and 8

Winner: Hannah McLean, Mirani State High School, for her story "Little Did He Know"

Runner Up: Joshua Hall, Mackay North State High School, for his story "Damn"

Highly Commended: Dylan Itztein, Whitsunday Anglican School, for his story "The Tree That Eats Children"

Highly Commended: Adel Waldron, Mackay North State High School, for his story "Marie Antoinette"

 

Year 9 and 10

Winner: Skye Martin, Mackay Northern Beaches State High School, for her story "Scribbles and Similes"

Runner Up: Penny Duran, Willy Brand Schule (USA), for her story "As Keen As Mustard"

Highly Commended: Kelsea Thompson, Mackay Northern Beaches State High School, for her story "Friendship as Long as I Remember"

Highly Commended: Skye Martin, Mackay Northern Beaches State High School, for her story "Gift of Death"

 

Year 11 and 12

Winner: Bianca Fisher, Whitsunday Anglican School, for the story "Windows"

Runner Up: Ella Sippel, Mackay North State High School, for her story "Maple"

Highly Commended: Mia Hall, Mackay North State High School, for her story "The Icey Adventure"