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Worthington students do well at Big South speech meet

Marshall captured the large school division and team conference championship and Windom won the small school division and team conference championship during Thursday’s Big South Conference Speech Tournament at Worthington High School.


Multiple Worthington students competed in and excelled in the event. In the discussion category, Isaac Kinser of WHS took the conference championship and teammate Angela Dailey was second. Worthington also had a championship in the storytelling category, as MacKenzie Platt finished in first place.


Among the other students placing in the meet for the Trojans were Mikeayla Engidaw, second place in prose reading; Aiden Harwood, third place in extemporaneous speaking; Quinn Benz, third place, poetry reading; Lucy O’Donnell, third place in humorous interpretation; Gisel Martinez, third place in prose reading Austin Kinser, fourth place, extemporaneous reading; Gerelyn Menjivar, fourth place in poetry reading; Isabella Kouame, fourth place in prose reading; Jay Chavez, fifth in extemporaneous reading; Grace Gaalswyk, fifth place in storytelling; Alondra Palma Zaragoza, sixth in dramatic interpretation; Cameron Kinser, sixth place in extemporaneous speaking; and Alondra Leon Flores, sixth place in original oratory.

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