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Academic team takes second in district with 27 individual qualifying spots and one-act advancing to regionals

Working to win--Accounting team members junior Chris Lopez Delgado, senior Antonio Arreola Lechuga and junior Landry Ritchey study before the UIL accounting test at district in Denver City on March 21. The team took first overall.

Working to win--Accounting team members junior Chris Lopez Delgado, senior Antonio Arreola Lechuga and junior Landry Ritchey study before the UIL accounting test at district in Denver City on March 21. The team took first overall.

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The one-act play joins other regional qualifiers after area competition at Midland Lee on March 30. They advanced with Levelland and Andrews.

Senior Cade Barnard and junior Phiona Hiebert were named to the all-star cast.

Seminole took best technical crew overall with sophomore Jaedyn Gates and junior Alex Froese making all-star crew.

The speech team took 13 of 15 possible spots to regionals as it took the team championship on March 28 in Seminole.

The final standings for the District 2-4A meet: Denver City 603,  Seminole 529, Levelland 327, Estacado 64, Brownfield 55, Lamesa 43.

In prose reading, junior Grace Emig took first, junior Dillon Gutierrez was second and senior Alex Gonzalez was third.

In poetry reading, senior Isabel Acosta was first, sophomore Madison Dyck took second and  Hiebert was third.

In Lincoln-Douglas debate, sophomore Lisa Loewen was first, freshman Andrea Neufeld took third and freshman Caleb Alexander was fourth.

In persuasive speaking, senior Carter Laramore took first, junior Carley Winfrey was second and freshman Cathryn Johnson took third.

In informative speaking, freshman Azalia Contreras took first, Alexander was third and Loewen took fifth.

The other academic teams competed in Denver City on March 21.

The accounting team of junior Landry Ritchey, senior Antonio Arreola Lechuga and junior Chris Lopez Delgado took first overall, advancing to regionals. Individually, Ritchey was first, Arreola Lechuga was third and Lopez Delgado took fifth.

In current issues and events, the team of  Laramore, Winfrey and senior Katie Spradlin took first overall, advancing to regionals. Individually, Laramore was first and Winfrey was second.

In calculator applications, the team of senior Jesus Ayala, sophomore Eleny Macias and junior Zach Fehr took second overall. Individually, Ayala was fifth.

In number sense, the team of Laramore, junior Dustie Beaubien and senior Courtney Blair took second overall. Individually, Laramore was fourth.

In science, Ayala took fifth individually. Laramore took the top physics score, qualifying for regionals.

In spelling and vocabulary, the team of senior Lacy Jackson, sophomore Jeremy Lawrence, senior Celestia Wilkey and freshman Alyssa Harder took second overall. Jackson took first, advancing to regionals. Lawrence was fourth.

In social studies, sophomore Aubrey Hewitt took sixth.

In literary criticism, the team of junior Alexandra Klassen, Beaubien, Acosta and Laramore took second overall. Individually, Klassen took second, qualifying for regionals.

The journalism team of senior Anna Teichroeb, junior Dusty Barron, Beaubien and junior Jessenia Balderas took second place overall (over four events).

In news writing, Teichroeb was second, qualifying for regionals. Barron took fourth.

In feature writing, Barron took first and Teichroeb took second, qualifying for regionals. Beaubien took sixth.

In editorial writing, Barron was first, qualifying for regionals.  Balderas was fourth.

In headline writing, Teichroeb took first, qualifying for regionals. Barron was fourth and Beaubien was fifth.

In copyediting (which is a pilot event and will become a scoring event next year) Balderas took first, Teichroeb took second and Beaubien took third.

The first two events in the academic meet were held before spring break.

In cross-examination debate, Winfrey and Johnson took first, advancing to state. Contreras and freshman Whitlee Tate took sixth.

In one-act play, Seminole’s production of A Street Car Named Desire advanced.

All-star cast members were Hiebert and Acosta. Barnard took honorable mention all-star cast.

 

 

 

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