Tampa's aspiring journalists
Looks like if you want to become a reporter - the Gradebook says that's a good thing, but you can judge for yourself - Hillsborough County high schools offer a great place to start. Just ask the Florida Scholastic Press Association. The organization named Wharton High senior Karl Golombisky, editor of the school's Predator newspaper, as the state's top high school journalist for 2006-07. The judges noted his strong body of work across many beats, including sports and features. But don't look back when seeking that job, Karl, because Chamberlain High's Daylina Miller, editor in chief of the school's Chieftain newspaper, was the strong runner-up. And no, you can't have our jobs yet.