The Fort Scott High School Talking Tigers Forensics Team competed on February 23 and took first place in the sweeps, with 202 points. The event was held at Pittsburg High School.
“For not being able to go out in over a month due to bad weather, this team really did an outstanding job!,” said forensics teacher, Angella Curran.
The following students placed:
(* indicates state qualifiers)
*Brooklyn Lyons placed 4th in prose and 1st in Program Oral Interpretation
*Elizabeth Ngatia place 2nd in poetry and 1st in Original Oratory.
*Hunter Adamson placed 2nd in Dramatic Interpretation.
*Karina Kantilal placed 2nd in Program Oral Interpretation.
*Rebekah Sweyko placed 1st in impromptu and 2nd in Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking.
*Shekhar Gugnani placed 1st in Foreign Extemporaneous.
*Reaghn Dowell placed 2nd in Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking.
Neil Gugnani placed 6th in Impromptu.
Karina Kantilal and Audra McFarland placed 5th in duo.
Thade Yates placed 3rd in Info 10.
Audra McFarland placed 6th in Dramatic Interpretation.
Dalton Womeldorff placed 5th in Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking.