Speech team takes sweepstakes in swing tournaments

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The speech team took sweepstakes at the Texas Tech tournament on Sept. 7.

In prose, junior Cathryn Johnson was first, senior Jaisen Clark was fourth, junior Alayna Amen was fifth and senior Madison Dyck took sixth.

In poetry, junior Natasha Fehr was first and junior Seth Barrientes was fourth.

In domestic extemporaneous speaking, Johnson was second, junior Azalia Contreras was third and junior Bradley Everett took fifth.

In dramatic interpretation, Dyck was second, junior Reese Cooper was fourth and Amen took fifth.

In humorous interpretation, senior Eleny Macias was third, junior Sky Reyes took fourth and Barrientes was fifth.

In program oral interpretation, Cooper took second.

In duet acting, the team of Johnson and senior Daniel Salas took first.

The speech team also took sweepstakes in the Amarillo Tascosa swing tournament on Sept. 7.

In foreign extemporaneous speaking, sophomore Michael Fehr was second and sophomore Dane Wimmer took sixth.

In dramatic interpretation, Cooper was second, N. Fehr took fourth and Dyck was fifth.

In prose, Macias was first, junior Andrea Neufeld was second and Dyck was sixth.

In poetry, Macias was second, Barrientes took fifth and sophomore Hanna Wiebe was sixth.

In impromptu speaking, Johnson was fifth.

In humorous interpretation, Barrientes took fourth.

In domestic extemporaneous speaking, Johnson was fourth, Everett was fifth and Contreras took sixth.

In duo interpretation, te team of Dyck and Cooper were third, and the team of junior Dayana Busanes and senior Alex Cuevas took fourth.

In program oral interpretation, Cooper took third.

In duet acting, the team of Salas and Johnson took first.

Both Salas and Johnson qualified for the Texas Forensic Association state tournament in El Paso in March.

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