• Savanah Angel

Creative Writing Club Travels to Cloverleaf

On Saturday, January 18th, the members of Creative Writing Club traveled to Cloverleaf High School to participate in a writing competition; they competed against a total of 14 schools from all over the region.

Members of the club include seniors Savanah Angel, Angel Borbajo, Christy Green, Rachel Ketler, and sophomore Erin Weimer. Although severe weather conditions had put a 2-hour delay on the competition, Marlington continued to have high hopes throughout the 3 rounds of writing.

Senior Angel Borbajo places 4th for Division 2 : Photo courtesy of justwriteohio.com

University School from Chagrin Falls, Ohio received Overall Tournament Champion. 1st-3rd place for Division 1 was Holy Name High School, Gilmour Academy, and University School. 1st-3rd place for Division 2 was University School, Field High School, and Cloverleaf High School.

Thirty individual writers had been rewarded based on their scores and creative imagination from the prompts given to them. Two of Marlington’s writers had ranked for Division 2: Savanah Angel for 12th place, and Angel Borbajo for 4th place.

Photo courtesy of justwriteohio.com

A Laureate Choice Award - Honoring the Power of Poetry, had been granted to six writers based on the poem prompt The Storm. Local authors had the opportunity to judge which poems they felt deserved merit, and awarded six writers personally. Congratulations to Paige Hojar, Sarah Voss, Max Outcalt, Rachel de Haan, Gwyneth Wilde, and Ashley Armstrong on their achievement.

Entertainment was brought into the competition when all writers watched a band called The Permanents perform in Cloverleaf’s gymnasium. Music allowed stress to ease itself from the writers, but also allowed self expression among the crowd.

The Permanents

With all of the results in, 50% will move on to the state tournament on Saturday, May 9th at the University of Findlay.

Recent Posts

See All

The Results are in!

Marlington High School held its 8th annual science fair, Wednesday night on February 5th. Overall there were 58 projects and 16 of them were rated with a superior, 37 with an excellent rating, and 6 g

The Grand Duke is run by the Honors Newspaper and Journalism class at Marlington High School, and administered by Kaytlin McCoy. 


  • Savanah Angel

  • Daniel Greco

  • Nia Lambdin

  • Morgan McGill

  • Pilar Montelongo

  • Elizabeth Narris

  • Mikayla Robinson

  • Rachel Sivy