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By Carolyn Lee

The Imperial Republican

The trip to Bartley for the Roughrider Southwest Speech Tournament Saturday was fruitful for the Chase County Schools speech team. The team placed fourth out of 12 schools in the large tournament.
CCS scored 23 points. First place went to Arapahoe with 49 points, second was Wallace with 28 points and third was Bertrand with 25 points.
Andrea Hogsett placed first in poetry, while the team of Tagan Mays and Kadyn Milner took second place in duet speaking with a speech they hadn’t performed before.
Other individual medal winners were:
Anna Bauerle, fourth place in persuasive speaking; the oral interpretation of drama team of Rose Sullivan, Kelly Christensen, Claire Kuenne and Josie Peterson, fourth place; Jessica Hartman, fourth place in entertainment speaking; Emma Bauerle, sixth place in entertainment speaking; Kadyn Milner, sixth place in serious prose with a new speech, and Mindy Castle, sixth place in extemporaneous speaking.
Others participating were:
Hunter Bartels in oral interpretation of drama and humorous prose with a new speech; Bridget Odens in oral interpretation of drama and serious prose with a new speech; Tagan Mays in oral interpretation of drama; Kadyn Milner in oral interpretation of drama; Jessica Hartman in serious prose and informative speaking; Dawn Castle in humorous prose and Andrea Hogsett and Calen Griffen in extemporaneous speaking.
Coach Jill Bauerle said “This meet is the perfect size for us. Competition (was) great and should help us prepare for March 8 in North Platte and our conference meet on March 10.
The SPVA conference meet will be held in Maxwell.


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