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New York State of Mind: Lee Takes First in Dramatic Interp as Summit H.S. Speech and Debate Grabs Second Place at Bronx Tourney

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Kimberly Lee and her Hilltopper Speech and Debate teammates came up big in The Bronx.
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Bronx Cheer: Team Summit gathers after their strong performance.
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BRONX, NY - Kimberly Lee claimed first place in Dramatic Interpretation, and the Summit High School Speech and Debate Team took second place in the Sweepstakes competition at the 47th New York City Invitational Tournament held at the Bronx High School of Science.

Finalists at the National Circuit Tournament included:

Dramatic Interpretation

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Kimberly Lee - First Place  Kim Lee
Harry Saroff - Fifth Place

Humorous Interpretation

Harry Saroff - Second Place

Program Oral Interpretation



Kimberly Lee - Third Place

Semifinalists Included:

Jeremy Shultz - Dramatic Interpretation
JJ Stewart - Humorous Interpretation
Elizabeth Maloney - Oral Interpretation
Alisha Kewalramani - Original Oratory
Annie Milsten - Program Oral Interpretation
Annie Milsten and Kerry Kovar - Duo Interpretation

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