Friday Night Photo Contest Winner – Week 9

Photo by Susan Goodwyn (https://susanasnaps.smugmug.com)
By: Kpreps.com
Nov 10, 2015

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Kpreps.com would like to congratulate Susan Goodwyn for submitting the winning photograph for Week 9 of the Kpreps Friday Night Photo Contest.  The photo captures Pittsburg and St. Thomas Aquinas playing in the elements for a district championship. The Saints won 35-3 in a game that featured numerous turnovers due to the wet, windy conditions. Rain played a big role in several games across the state in Week 9 as teams competed to qualify for the state playoffs. For this winning photograph, Susan remains eligible for our 2015 Grand Prize including $500 in cash.

Each week during the regular season and playoffs, Kpreps will select a winning photograph that will become eligible to win the grand prize. This means there will be 13 photos chosen as finalists for the 2015 contest. Only weekly winning photographs will be eligible for the grand prize! Weekly winners will be featured on Kpreps.com and receive a consolation prize at the conclusion of the season.

Photographers across the state are encouraged to submit their photos on our Friday Night Photos page or email their weekly photos to photos@kpreps.com. Photos should be submitted by Wednesday of the following week. The winning photo will be announced each Sunday throughout the regular season. Please reference the complete contest rules before entering.

Note: The photos in this contest are property of Kpreps.com and the individual photographers. Photos cannot be printed or used on any website or social media without permission. If you are interested in purchasing any of these photos, please contact us and we will put you in touch with the photographer.

 

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