Seneca Valley video students named award winners
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Wednesday, May 15, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Students in Seneca Valley's video production classes returned from Robert Morris University's Annual TVT Student Video Festival last week.
Senior Mike Lancy won first place in the Documentary category for his film “Behind the Lines,” and the cast and crew of “Seneca Says” won first place in the School Announcements category. Other winners include Anthony Peduzzi, junior, in the Imaginative category for his film “ Newton ;” Patrick O'Shea, sophomore, in the Computer Generated Graphics category for his animation about our national debt ; and Noah Gasch, senior, in the News Magazine Category for his video about the wrestling team, “ Pain is Temporary, Pride is Forever .”
Students from more than 30 schools in Western Pennsylvania and Ohio submitted videos for judging by RMU video and film faculty.
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