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News Brief: Forensics Students Place at State

An update from forensics teacher Trey Witt.

Congratulations to the following students for participating in the KSHSAA 6A State Forensics Tournament this past weekend at Olathe North. To qualify for state, students had to place in the top 2-4 (depending on event size) at an invitational tournament this season. Not only is qualifying for state an impressive accomplishment, but advancing to semifinals or finals at state is incredible!

FINALISTS:

-Chris Carey, 2nd, Humorous Interpretaion

-Anna Danciger, 2nd, Dramatic Interpretation

-Jack Mitchell, 4th, Humorous Interpretation

-Liam Murphy /

-Hanna Bautz, 4th, Duo Interpretation

SEMI-FINALISTS:

-Tim Whittaker, Prose

-Jayden Robert /

-Jack Mitchell, Duo Interpretation

-Chris Carey /

-Anna Danciger, Duo Interpretation

PRELIMINARY PARTICIPANTS / QUALIFIERS:

-Melanie Fletcher, Prose

-Max Kurlbaum, Poetry

-Erika Levy, Humorous Interpretation

-Hanna Bautz, Humorous Interpretation

-Jayden Robert, Original Oratory

-Sophie Poppie, Informative

-Roberto Sada, Informative

-Peter Bautz, Informative

-Peter Bautz, Impromptu

-Liam Murphy, Lincoln-Douglas Debate

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Logan Heley

Logan, a 2011 graduate, was in the East journalism program since the second semester of his freshman year. He was co-editor-in-chief of the Harbinger Online for the last year and a half of his time at East. He also served in a number of roles for the newspaper, the Harbinger, including copy editor, news section editor and assistant spread editor. Logan was also a member of the editorial board for multiple years. He wrote the CSPA News Story of the Year in 2008, the ... Read Full »

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