Education

Summit H.S. Forensics Team On Fire in Freehold Township Tourney

January 13, 2014 at 10:21 AM

SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit High School Forensics Team captured a First-Place Sweepstakes Win at the Freehold Township High School Speech and Debate Tournament on Jan. 11.

The team has placed in the top three at every local tournament they have attended this year, winning First Place at three of the five.
The Freehold tournament was a huge success for the team and its members, with 19 finalists, including 13 freshmen. Winners included:
 
NOVICE PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE
Yannick Nandury and Chris Kelser - 4th
 
VARSITY PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE
Phoebe LI and Nick Ritter - 4th
 
DRAMATIC INTERPRETATION
Grace Milsten - Top non-advancing Novice
Hope Kovera - 5th
Catie Floegel - 4th
Drew Schwendiman - 2nd
Keenan Buckley - 1stt
 

HUMOROUS INTERPRETATION
Maginnis Buckley - Top Non-advancing Novice
Keegan McManus - 6th
Sean McManus - 3rd
James Badenahausen - 2nd
 
DUO INTERPRETATION
Sean and Keegan McManus - Top non-advancing Novice
Samantha Theriot and Keller Gordon - 5th
Gerard Apruzzese and Annika Carlson - 2nd
Anne Borzner and Matt Wilson - 1st
 
IMPROVISATIONAL ACTING
Bella Anidjar - Top non-advancing Novice
Alison Johnston - 5th
Keenan Buckley - 4th
 
ORIGINAL ORATORY
Drew Schwendiman - 1st
 
IMPROMPTU SPEAKING
Rachel Blume - Top non-advancing Novice
 
POETRY INTERPRETATION
Dana Goodstein - 4th
 
PROSE INTERPRETATION
Bebe Totman - Top Non-Advancing Novice
Kate Griffin - 6th
Bella Anidjar - 5th
Zack Olson - 3rd

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