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Feb. Contest Winners

Contest results: Final results (collated), over 175,000 circulation Feb. 22, 2012

Over 175,000 circulation category
KISSIMMEE, Fla. — Results from 2011 APSE contest judging held at the
World Gate Resort Orlando Hotel in Kissimmee, Fla. Category: Over 175,000 circulation.
 
Daily section, Over 175,000   
Top 10:
Boston Globe
Chicago Tribune
The Dallas Morning News
The Denver Post
Kansas City Star
Los Angeles Times
Newark Star-Ledger
The New York Times
Philadelphia Inquirer
USA Today
Honorable mention:
Arizona Republic
Cleveland Plain Dealer
Detroit Free Press
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Philadelphia Daily News
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
St. Petersburg Times
The Star Tribune (Minneapolis)
Washington Post
 
Sunday, Over 175,000   
Top 10:
Arizona Republic
Boston Globe
The Denver Post
Detroit Free Press
Kansas City Star
Los Angeles Times
The Star Tribune (Minneapolis)
Newark Star-Ledger
New York Daily News
The New York Times
Honorable mention:
Chicago Sun-Times
Chicago Tribune
The Dallas Morning News
Houston Chronicle
Miami Herald
Newsday (Melville, N.Y.)
Philadelphia Inquirer
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Washington Post
Special section, Over 175,000   
Top 10:
Boston Globe
Cleveland Plain Dealer
The Dallas Morning News
The Denver Post
Kansas City Star
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The Star Tribune (Minneapolis)
The New York Times
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
The Seattle Times
Honorable mention:
The Arizona Republic (Phoenix)
Chicago Tribune
Detroit Free Press
Miami Herald
Newark Star-Ledger
Newsday (Melville, N.Y.)
Philadelphia Daily News
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
San Francisco Chronicle
Tampa Bay Times/St. Petersburg Times
 
Breaking news, Over 175,000
Top 10:
Benjiman Hochman, Denver Post
Bill Shaikin, Los Angeles Times
Ezra Fieser, Frances Robles and Clark Spencer,  Miami Herald
Barry Jackson and Susan Miller Degnan, Miami Herald
Steven Marcus, Newsday
Mark Viera and Pete Thamel,  New York Times
Alison Leigh Cowan, Peter Lattman, Serge F. Covaleski, David Waldstein, Charles V. Bagli, Michael S. Schmidt, Ken Belson and Andrew Ross Sorkin, New York Times
Gene Wang and Sally Jenkins, Washington Post
Tim Brown, Yahoo! Sports
Charles Robinson and Dan Wetzel,  Yahoo! Sports
Columns, over 175,000
Top 10:
Dan Shaughnessy, Boston Globe
Gregg Doyel, CBSSports.com
Michael Rosenberg, Detroit Free Press
Ian O'Connor, ESPNNewYork.com
Steve Politi, Newark Star-Ledger
William C. Rhoden, New York Times
Dejan Kovacevic, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Bernie Miklasz, St, Louis Post-Dispatch
Sally Jenkins, Washington Post
Mike Wise, Washington Post
 
Features, Over 175,000   
Top 10:
Mike Klingaman, Baltimore Sun
Christopher Borrelli, Chicago Tribune
Brad Townsend, Dallas Morning News
Kevin Armstrong, New York Daily News
Bill Pennington, New York Times
Dave Sheinin, Washington Post
Rick Maese, Washington Post
Sally Jenkins, Washington Post
Jeff Passan, Yahoo! Sports
Dan Wetzel, Yahoo! Sports
 
Explanatory, Over 175,000
Top 10:
 Dan Bickley, Arizona Republic
Bob Hohler, Boston Globe
Dan Pompei, David Haugh, Vaughn McClure, Becky Yerak, Steve Schmadeke and Juan Ortega, Chicago Tribune
Tony Grossi, Cleveland Plain Dealer
Lindsay H. Jones, Mike Klis and Mark Kiszla, Denver Post
David Wharton and Baxter Holmes, Los Angeles Times
Marc Carig and Dan Worthington, Newark Star-Ledger
Tom Rock, Jim Baumbach and Stephen Haynes, Newsday
Bill Pennington, New York Times
Jay Hart, Yahoo! Sports
Beat writing, Over 175,000
Top 10:
Greg Bedard, Boston Globe
Doug Lesmerises, Cleveland Plain Dealer
Evan Grant, The Dallas Morning News
Mike Klis, The Denver Post
Gary Klein, Los Angeles Times
Phil Miller, The Star Tribune (Minneapolis)
Joe Drape, The New York Times
Joe Strauss, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Adam Kilgore, Washington Post
Jeff Passan, Yahoo! Sports
 
Project reporting, Over 175,000
Top 10:
Peter Abraham, Amalie Benjamin, Nick Cafardo, Chad Finn, Daigo Fujuwara, Sean Smith and Jaiver Zarrachina, Boston Globe
Terry Frei and Mike Chambers, The Denver Post
Kent Babb, Bob Dutton, Pete Grathoff, Sam Mellinger, Terez A. Paylor and Tod Palmer, Kansas City Star
Michael O’Keeffe, Christian Red and Teri Thompson, New York Daily News
John Branch, The New York Times
Frank Fitzpatrick, Philadelphia Inquirer
John C. Cotey, Joey Knight, Bob Putnam and Eduardo A. Encina, Tampa Bay Times
Steve Berkowitz, Steve Wieberg, Jodi Upton, Erik Brady, Jay Weiner and Calder Silcox, USA Today
Dan Steinberg, Sally Jenkins, Michael Lee, Chris Jenkins and Payton Craighill, Washington Post
Jay Hart, Dan Wetzel, Les Carpenter, Michael Silver, Nick Cotsonika, Dave Meltzer, Kevin Iole, Steve Henson and Eric Adelson, Yahoo! Sports

Officers

Mike Sherman

Mike Sherman

President
The Oklahoman

Mary Byrne

Mary Byrne

First Vice President
USA TODAY Sports

Tommy Deas

Tommy Deas

Second Vice President
The Tuscaloosa News

John Bednarowski, sports editor of the Marietta (Ga.) Daily Journal, was elected to a two-year term as APSE's third vice president in 2014.

John Bednarowski

Third Vice President
Marietta Daily Journal

Jack Berninger

Jack Berninger

Executive Director
Richmond Times-Dispatch
(retired)

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