One-act takes third at districts
By Carolyn Lee
The Imperial Republican
Although the Chase County Schools one-act play placed a disappointing third at the District B6 competition in Alliance Saturday, coach Jill Bauerle said, “It is safe to say that we had our best performance in Alliance as individuals and as a team.”
The play had placed first in SPVA Conference competition in North Platte Nov. 19.
“I was very proud of the cast and crew and the performance,” Bauerle said.
Receiving outstanding performance recognition were CCS students Emma Bauerle, Makenna Wallin and Jake Lueth.
Alliance took first place and qualified for state. Gordon Rushville finished second in the contest involving eight schools.
Bauerle said CCS would have placed second but for a seventh place vote by one of the three judges.
Bauerle said the students were “awesome” during the performance of “High Stakes,” and there was great support from parents, the school and the community.