Sunnyside resident Carly Sorenson recently won two awards in the 2012 National Scholastic Art & Writing Contest. The eighth-grader at the School of the Future struck gold for “V-Boulevard,” a short story about a girl who gets bullied. She also earned a silver medal for another narrative, “Hurricane Flood,” which tells the tale of a girl who gracefully deals with inclement weather and her parents’ dysfunctional marriage. Sorenson, who will attend Millennium High School in Downtown Manhattan next year, says her next piece will probably be a comedy. In the photo, Sorenson displays her hardware after the awards ceremony at Carnegie Hall last Friday. The National Scholastic Art & Writing contest began in 1923. Past winners include Robert Redford, Andy Warhol, Truman Capote and Sylvia Plath.