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Worthington High School places second in speech tourney

Many students excelled in the competition.

Worthington High School students recently earned second place as a team in a speech contest in St. Clair.
Worthington High School students recently earned second place as a team in a speech contest in St. Clair.<br/>
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WORTHINGTON — Worthington High School students earned second place as a team in a speech tournament March 12 at St. Clair.

Among the students competing were Jenna Hoffman, first place in original oratory; Alondra Leon Flores, fourth place in original oratory; Emma Singler, fifth place in creative expression; Oziel Briones, first place in humorous expression; Elizabeth Martinez Castro, first place in extemporaneous reading; Jay Chavez, fourth place in novice extemporaneous reading, Austin Kinser, second place in novice extemporaneous reading; Bennet Oberloh, third place in informative; Isabella Kouame, fifth place in serious prose; and Isaac Kinser, sixth place in discussion.

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