Going into its Thanksgiving break, the HC Bronco Forensics team qualified three more events for the American Forensics Association-National Individual Event Tournament (AFA-NIET). While competing at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kan., from November 10-11, Jared Buskirk, a junior from Holdrege, Neb.; Trevor Brass, a senior from Lincoln, Neb.; and Hannah Davis, a senior from Grand Island, Neb., all added events to their nationals’ schedule.
Overall, Hastings College took fourth place the team sweepstakes, finishing above the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, which took fifth.
Saturday, November 10
Jared Buskrik, a junior from Holdrege, Neb. 2nd Place, Extemporaneous Speaking
2nd Place, Informative Speaking*
Trevor Brass, a senior from Lincoln, Neb. 1st Place, Extemporaneous Speaking
Amanda Cargile, a senior from Devine, Texas 3rd Place, Dramatic Interpretation.
Hannah Davis, a senior from Grand Island, Neb. Semifinalist, Prose Interpretation
Sunday, November 11
Miranda Klugesherz, a sophomore from Colorado Springs, Colo.
1st Place, Program of Oral Interpretation
Semifinalist, Prose Interpretation
Buskirk 4th Place, Extemporaneous Speaking
Brass 2nd Place, Impromptu Speaking*
Davis 3rd Place, Prose Interpretation*
The Broncos will take a break to refresh and polish new events for the University of Nebraska-Kearney’s Outer Limits Swing on December 1-2.
*This event has now qualified for the national tournament.
Note to Media: For more information, contact Dr. Kittie Grace, Director of Forensics, at (402) 461-461-7385.