Spot News – Ravell Call, First Place

Judge by Tom Franklin, Worked for 23 years at The Record in New Jersey. Currently faculty at Montclair State University

Ravell Call, first place:

Malachi Bradley is reunited with his family at Paradise Park, Monday, Aug. 24, 2015, after being lost in the High Uintas of Utah. At left is his mother Molly Chrisman. Above is his father Danny Bradley. At right is grandmother Sharon Clark.
Malachi Bradley is reunited with his family at Paradise Park, Monday, Aug. 24, 2015, after being lost in the High Uintas of Utah. At left is his mother Molly Chrisman. Above is his father Danny Bradley. At right is grandmother Sharon Clark.

Ravell Call, second place:

Sheila Pruitt, center, is comforted in Roy, Monday, June 22, 2015. Her daughter was among four persons found dead in a home in Roy late Sunday following a triple murder and suicide.
Sheila Pruitt, center, is comforted in Roy, Monday, June 22, 2015. Her daughter was among four persons found dead in a home in Roy late Sunday following a triple murder and suicide.

Kristin Murphy, third place:

Tod Budge hits golf balls near the scene of a plane crash at Valley View Golf Course in Layton on Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015. The pilot was left with minor injuries. The only passenger was transported to McKay Hospital in fair condition.
Tod Budge hits golf balls near the scene of a plane crash at Valley View Golf Course in Layton on Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015. The pilot was left with minor injuries. The only passenger was transported to McKay Hospital in fair condition.

Laura Seitz, honorable mention:

Perrin Henriksen, a senior at  Pleasant Grove High School, hugs his mother after being released from a lockdown at the high school on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2015.  A false report of a man with a gun inside the high school resulted in a massive response of more than 200 officers who went classroom to classroom with their guns drawn.
Perrin Henriksen, a senior at Pleasant Grove High School, hugs his mother after being released from a lockdown at the high school on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2015. A false report of a man with a gun inside the high school resulted in a massive response of more than 200 officers who went classroom to classroom with their guns drawn.