The Boston Globe’s team of Taylor DeLench, Kevin Dupont, Dana Sinerate and Matt Pepin won first place for short video in the 2015 Associated Press Sports Editors 2015 contest.

Taylor DeLench, Kevin Dupont, Dana Sinerate and Matt Pepin captured five of six first-place votes by a panel of judges for his work on the rivalry between the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens hockey teams.

Miller beat out Lindsey Thiry of The Los Angeles Times and Chris Ware of Newsday. Miller will be presented a first-place plaque at the 2016 APSE banquet and awards dinner, which concludes the APSE Conference June 22-25 at the Omni-Charlotte in Charlotte, N.C.

The 2015 contest marked the first time short video (under two minutes) was judged, and the top three were honored.

The contest is open to APSE members. Click here to join.

The top three is listed below with links to individual’s Twitter pages, APSE member websites and winning entries.

 

  1. Taylor DeLench, Kevin Dupont, Dana Sinerate and Matt Pepin, The Boston Globe, 59 points, 5 first-place votes

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  1. Lindsey Thiry, The Los Angeles Times, 54 points, 1 first-place vote

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  1. Chris Ware, Newsday, 49 points

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