Forensics students compete at state tournament on May 5

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Forensics students compete at state tournament on May 5

Eight students competed in the Kansas State Forensics Tournament on May 5.

Eight students competed in the Kansas State Forensics Tournament on May 5.

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Eight students competed in the Kansas State Forensics Tournament on May 5.

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Eight students competed in the Kansas State Forensics Tournament on May 5.

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Eight forensics students competed in the state tournament on May 5. The team ended the season with a fourth place team sweepstakes and several other individual medals.

“I am proud of all the hard work and good character displayed by the talented 2018 Hays High Forensics 4A KSHSAA State Qualifying team,” instructor Codi Fenwick said.

The students who competed include:

Sophomore Mulu Banister in Serious Solo.

Sophomore Elliott Hoar in Extemporaneous Speaking.

Sophomore Jace Hesford in Timekeeper.

Junior Calvin Duden in Duet Acting.

Junior Brittani Park in Extemporaneous Speaking.

Senior Tana Herreman in Humorous Solo and Poetry.

Senior Korbyn Olson in Duet Acting.

Senior Erin Muirhead in Prose.

Herreman qualified for semifinals and placed seventh in Humorous Solo and sixteenth in Poetry.

“I feel like I competed well,” Herreman said. “Especially in my Humorous Solo. I also think the team competed well. They just had some really tough competition.”

Muirhead qualified for finals and placed fifth overall in Prose.

“We had 30 competitors in HHS forensics, 20 of whom are novices (beginners),” Fenwick said. “The team and individuals grew in performance skills and experience.  We have all learned life-lessons.  We will forever cherish the sweat, tears and laughter of our journey this season.”

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