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WHS speech team competes in three meets

WHS is second in field of 17 teams in Mankato Loyola Crusader Clinic.

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WORTHINGTON — The Worthington High School speech team has competed in three meets so far this season. Those include the Marshall Speech Spectacular on Jan. 30, the Virtual Trojan Tournament on Feb. 6 and the Mankato Loyola Crusader Clinic on Feb 13.

WHS students who placed at the Marshall meet include: Lilly Mahlberg, second place novice informative; Lucy O'Donnell, fourth place novice humor; Bennet Oberloh, sixth place novice informative; and Valerie Beltran, sixth place novice prose.

Placewinners at the Virtual Trojan Tournament included: Elizabeth Martinez Castro, second place extemporaneous reading; Jenna Hoffman, second place original oratory; Lily Mahlberg, second place informative speaking; Quinn Benz, third place serious poetry; Oziel Briones, third place humorous expression; Isaac Kinser, third place discussion; Tanner Gundermann, fifth place serious prose; Bennet Oberloh, fifth place informative speaking; and Neydo Gyi, sixth place serious prose.

WHS placed second in a field of 17 teams in the Mankato Loyola Crusader Clinic. Students placing were: Isaac Kinser, first place novice discussion; Jenna Hoffman, second place varsity original oratory; Lilly Mahlberg, second place varsity informative; Austin Kinser, third place novice extemporaneous reading; Bennett Oberloh, third place varsity informative;Marco Ramos, third place varsity storytelling; Elizabeth Martinez-Castro, fourth place varsity extemporaneous reading; Nedoh Gyi, fifth place varsity prose; Alondra Leon Flores, fifth place varsity original oratory; Lucy O'Donnell, fifth place varsity humor; Tanner Gundermann, sixth place varsity prose; and Emma Singler, seventh place varsity informative.

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