Affton High School Holds Poetry 'Out Loud' Competition
Junior Logan Willis won the competition with a recitation of “Degrees of Gray in Philipsburg” by poet Cornelius Eady.
Twenty-seven students at Affton High School competed in the school’s Poetry Out Loud competition on Wednesday, Jan. 16.
Junior Logan Willis won the competition with a recitation of “Degrees of Gray in Philipsburg” by poet Cornelius Eady. Jessica Reed, a junior, placed second for her reading of “Women” by Louise Bogan, and Brooke Brust, a sophomore, placed third with a recitation of Lisel Mueller’s “The End of Science Fiction.” Willis will move on to compete in the Poetry Out Loud St. Louis regional competition, to be held in February.
Participants in the 2013 Affton High School Poetry Out Loud competition included:
Freshmen: Nevin Horne and Gabbi Murphy;
Sophomores: Brooke Brust, Kristin Funke, Cameron Kuntz, Daneesha Morgan, Abby Sleigh, Jordan Thomure, Stephanie Tomas, and Amy Tran;
Juniors: David Ardrey, Tom Austin, Mackenzie Bernard, Luke Inman, Steven May, Patsy Neiswander, Jessica Reed, Brianna Turner, and Logan Willis;
Seniors: Frances Garren, Kaetlin Lafargue, Veronica Lake, Stephanie Michalski, Abbey Oster, Tiffany Shearer, Emily Sharpe, and Rafal Yousif.