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Glory Days: Summit H.S. Speech and Debate Team Takes Top Spot in Freehold

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It was another First Place Sweepstakes win for the Hilltoppers in south Jersey.
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FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP, NJ - The Summit High School Speech and Debate Team continued its stellar run of results, capturing the First Place Sweepstake Award at the Freehold Township Tournament.

The Hilltopper contingent advanced 29 teams to the event-final rounds, which included placing all Summit students in all six finalist spots in the Duo Interpretation category.

Individual finalists included:

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Duo Interpretation

Anne Borzner and Matt Wilson - First Place
Darby Ryden and Mitchell Sink - Second Place
Harry Saroff and Cooper Daley - Third Place
Greta Morgan and Michael Polivko - Fourth Place
Alexa Carlson and Annika Carlson - Fifth Place
Juliet Huneke and Caleigh Pan-Kita - Sixth Place

Student Congress

Ethan Zucker - Top Non-Advancing Novice



Dramatic Interpretation

Kimberly Lee - First Place
Matt Wilson - Second Place
Zack Olson - Third Place
Maginnis Buckley - Fourth Place
Jeremy Shultz - Fifth Place
Caroline Abut - Top Non-Advancing Novice

Humorous Interpretation

Bella Anidjar - Third Place
James Badehausen - Fifth Place
Iain Alvidrez - Sixth Place
Beatrice Halper - Top Non-Advancing Novice

Impromptu Speaking

Sarah Beatty - Seventh Place

Improvisational Acting

Bella Anidjar - First Place
Annika Carlson - Second Place
Harry Saroff - Third Place
Cate Esposito - Fifth Place

Varsity Public Forum Debate

Alisha Kewarlramani and Rachel Schwartz - Third Place

Junior Varsity Public Forum Debate

Angela Li and Abby Brandt - Third Place

Oral Interpretation

Alexa Carlson - First Place
Annie Milsten - Second Place
Greta Morgan - Fourth Place
Stefania Valera - Fifth Place
Juliet Huneke and Samantha Serbian - Semifinalists

Program Oral Interpretation

Kimberly Lee - First Place
Stefania Valera - Second Place
Grace Milsten - Third Place
Kerry Kovar - Fifth Place

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