2016 off to a great start for Hastings College Bronco Forensics

A Christmas break proved beneficial to the Hastings College Bronco Forensics team as they performed well at their first tournaments of 2016. Competing at the Sleet & Snow in Seward, Nebraska, on January 16-17, the team finished second overall — finishing second on the first day and first on the second.

Individual results are as follows:

 

Saturday, January 16:

Trischia Rueckert, a senior from Hutchinson, Kansas: 4th Place, Informative Speaking

Eunice Adounkpe, a senior from Omaha, Nebraska: 2nd Place, Poetry; 2nd Place, Prose

Kenzie Shofner, a sophomore from Maple Plain, Minnesota: 1st Place, Poetry; 2nd Place, Duo with Caleb Merritt, a sophomore from Brookings, South Dakota

Caleb Merritt, a sophomore from Brookings, South Dakota: 1st Place, Prose; 2nd Place, Duo with Kenzie Shofner, a sophomore from Maple Plain, Minnesota

Cami Sharratt, a freshman from Savage, Minnesota: 1st Place,  Dramatic Interpretation; 4th Place, Prose; 1st Place, Duo with Abby Davis, a freshman from Grand Island, Nebraska

Abby Davis, a freshman from Grand Island, Nebraska: 1st Place, Duo with Cami Sharratt, a freshman from Savage, Minnesota

 

Sunday, January 17:

Rueckert: 2nd Place, Informative Speaking; 2nd Place, Extemporaneous Speaking

Adounkpe: 2nd Place, Dramatic Interpretation

Shofner: 3rd Place, Impromptu Speaking; 1st Place, Duo with Merritt

Merritt: 1st Place, Prose; 1st Place, Duo with Shofner

Sharratt: 1st Place, Dramatic Interpretation; 2nd Place, Prose; 2nd Place, Duo with Davis

Davis: 2nd Place, Duo with Sharratt

Andrew Boge, a sophomore from Johnston, Iowa: 3rd Place, After Dinner Speaking

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