Central High School forensics places second at home tournament

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The Central High School forensics team won a second place team trophy at their home tournament on Saturday, Jan. 30.

Twenty schools and 350 students participated. Waterford High school took home the first place prize.

Forty-one Central students competed in the first competition of the season. Winning individual honors were awarded to the following students: Jared Holloway took 1st place in extemporaneous speaking; Riley Noonan and Kiley Anderson received medals in solo humorous; Michele Belmont placed 2nd in public address; Brad Gilmore received a medal and Will Cushman placed third in radio; Jennifer Young received a medal in moments in history; Grace Jahnke, Emily Houtz and Alexis Kelly received medals and George Capelli, Lucas Wysiatko and Zach Wermling placed second in group interpretation.

The team was to compete in Union Grove’s tournament on Saturday, Feb. 6.


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