Forensics team takes first place
Lansing High School forensics team attended a forensics tournament Saturday at Turner High School, Kansas City, Kan., and placed first with a total of 169 points. Of the 31-students on the team, 14 placed in the finals. In domestic extemporaneous speaking: Tanner Couvelha, second place; and Jerrad Willis, fourth place. In informative speaking: Sean Wooley, second place; Tanner Couvelha, fifth place; Stefan Dumlao, sixth place. In humorous solo acting: Katie Lowe, first place; Christine Southard, third place; Danielle Glynn, fourth place. In duet acting: Stephen Fischer and Sean Wooley, second and fourth places respectively. In improvised duet acting: Guy Gardner and Ashley Kings, fourth place. Lansing has won the Turner High School tournament every time they have competed in the last 12 years.
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