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WHS speech is second in Redwood Valley

WORTHINGTON -- The Worthington High School speech team finished second in the small team division at the Redwood Valley Speech Tournament last Saturday.

WORTHINGTON - The Worthington High School speech team finished second in the small team division at the Redwood Valley Speech Tournament last Saturday.

 

Individual winners for the Trojans were: Mike Martinez, first place, Serious Poetry; Anya Hartzler, second place, Serious Prose; Tad Stewart, fourth place, Discussion; Jack Johnson, sixth place, Discussion; Sean Souksavath, fourth place, Informative Speaking; Cynthia Souksavath, fourth place, Great Speeches; Diana Rivera, blue ribbon, Great Speeches; Matthias Johnson, fifth place, storytelling; Sam Van Westen, blue ribbon, Humorous; and Ben Lopez, red ribbon, Humorous.

 

The Trojans, coached by Linda Neugebauer and Brandon Caster, will next compete on Saturday at Mankato East High School.

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