Winner Announced For The Seventh Annual Roof Boca Raton Bowl Art Contest Supported By Florida Blue

BOCA RATON, FL (December 15, 2020) – Winners are officially announced for the Seventh Annual Boca Raton Bowl Art Contest. The bowl continues its partnership with the Palm Beach County School District offering the students the opportunity to showcase some of their finest artwork and experience the only NCAA Division I College Football bowl game played in Palm Beach County. Supported by Florida Blue, the contest provides students with the opportunity to learn about football and the importance of living an active, healthy lifestyle. 

Elementary Division Winners:
First Place: Fernando Marshall, Glade View Elementary
Second Place: Torrion Roberts, Glade View Elementary
Third Place: Keira Vazquez, Binks Forest Elementary 
Middle School Division Winners:
First Place: Valentina Long, Omni Middle School
Second Place: Aiden Vegam, Woodlands Middle School
Third Place: Ayden Sherman, Omni Middle School
High School Division Winners:
First Place: Samuel Ojeda, John I Leonard High School
Second Place: Meaghan Jean Swack, Spanish River High School
Third Place: Alexandra Scott, Wellington High School
Winning students will be awarded with a four pack of tickets to the Boca Raton Bowl on Tuesday, December 22, 2020. Additionally, winning students will be honored and recognized on the jumbotron on game day. First place students also receive a $500 donation, courtesy of Florida Blue, that will be given to their respective school’s art program.

About the Boca Raton Bowl
The Boca Raton Bowl debuted in 2014 and has been well received in the community through its first six years. It has twice held the distinction of matching up two conference champions – Marshall University vs. Northern Illinois University (2014), and UAB vs. Northern Illinois (2018). In all, six conference champions and another three conference division champions have played in the game. Among the bowl’s alumni who have moved on to the NFL are current Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary (FAU, 2017) and Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott (Memphis, 2016).

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