SC forensics 2nd in GWAC; Davis, Scott are champions

Macy Davis (prose) and Kiersten Scott (informative speaking) were champions in the Great West Activities Conference forensics tournament at Ulysses on Monday.

Addie Price received a I rating for her poetry.

SCHS placed second as a team.

Scott City results were: Cecily Rebarchek, 2nd, humorous solo acting; Callan Rice, 2nd, poetry; Maris Griffith, 3rd, poetry, and 6th, informative speaking;; Macy Davis, 4th, poetry; Cayleigh Ramsey, 4th, informative speaking; Lizzy Parkinson, 5th, poetry, 5th, informative speaking; Megan Smith, 6th, prose; Kiersten Scott, 6th, poetry; Breanna Emahizer, 6th, serious solo; Matthew Tuttle, 7th, extemporaneous speaking; 


4 Qualify for State

Four SCHS students qualified for state forensics with first place finishes at the Rolla Invitational on Saturday.

State qualifiers include Rebarchek, humorous solo acting; Taylor George, informative speaking; and George/Davis in improvised duet acting.

In addition, Smith was third in prose and Davis was fourth in poetry.

Scott City placed third as a team.

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