Results from March 15-16 Regional Speech & Debate Tournament

This weekend ClassenSAS students competed in our regional speech and debate tournament held at Rose State College in Midwest City. The combined successes of our students and teachers resulted in a 2nd place sweepstakes title for ClassenSAS! (It turns out we beat Bishop McGuinness outright for 2nd, instead of tying, because Rachel & Alex finished 2nd instead of 4th in CX debate.)

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To participate in the regional tournament, students had to qualify in their event by winning 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place (generally) at an earlier speech tourament in the fall or spring. Placing in finals at the regional tournament qualifies students to compete in our state speech and debate tournament. These our the results for our students, who compete in the 5A division. Congrats to all these students and all ClassenSAS speech and debate students who qualified for Regionals and competed!

 

Original Oratory
Laurel Sullivan (qualifying for state)

Standard Oratory
Laurel Sullivan (1st place, regional champion qualifying for state)
Jackson Gable (qualifying for state)

Foreign Extemporaneous Speaking
Tyler Dang (1st, regional champion, qualifying for state)
Fahina Chowdhury (2nd, regional runner-up, qualifying for state)
Rachel Tran (7th, qualifying for state)

Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking
Miranda Pursley (1st, regional champion, qualifying for state)

Poetry
Angelica Brooks (2nd, regional runner-up, qualifying for state)

Dramatic Duet
Joe Grotta and Thomas Massenat (6th place, qualifying for state)

Cross-Examination Debate
Rachel Watson and Alexander Fryer (2nd place, qualifying for state)
Paula Tran and Carter Anderson (qualifying for state)

Lincoln Douglas Debate
Fahina Chowdhury (1st place, qualifying for state)
Miranda Pursley (2nd place, qualifying for state)
Tyler Dang (4th place, qualifying for state)
Fabiana Qurashy (qualifying for state)

Congrats to all!

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