Forensics finishes second over Halloween

Last weekend in Omaha, Nebraska, the Hastings College Bronco Forensics Team scared away the competition at the Halloween Swing tournament. With Andrew Boge, a sophomore from Johnston, Iowa, leading the way as the third best individual speaker, the team took second place over the weekend while overpowering schools across the nation including Florida State University.

Full weekend results:

Saturday, October 31:

Kathryn Edwards, a junior from Louisville, Nebraska: 7th place in After Dinner Speaking and 6th in Impromptu Speaking

Alexander Rieflin, a freshman from Doniphan, Nebraska: Top Novice in Impromptu Speaking.

Cami Sharratt, a freshman from Savage, Minnesota: semifinalist in Prose

Kenzie Shofner, a sophomore from Maple Plain, Minnesota: 2nd place in Prose

Eunice Adounkpe, a senior from Omaha, Nebraska: 1st place in Prose

Carly Spotts-Falzone, a freshman from Wayzata, Minnesota, and Andrew Boge, a sophomore from Johnston, Iowa: 2nd place in Duo Interpretation

Sunday, November 1:

Shofner: 3rd place in Persuasion

Dianna Rulon, a freshman from Arcadia, Indiana: Top Novice in Communication Analysis

Boge: 5th place in Communication Analysis, 3rd in Extemporaneous Speaking and 2nd in Prose

Abby Davis, a freshman from Grand Island, Nebraska: 5th place in Dramatic Interpretation

Teal Timperley, a senior from Lynch, Nebraska: 3rd place in Dramatic Interpretation

Shofner and Caleb Merritt, a sophomore from Brookings, South Dakota: placed 1st in Duo Interpretation

Spotts-Falzone: Top Novice in Prose

Merritt: 6th place in Prose

Adounkpe: 2nd place in Program of Oral Interpretation and 4th in Prose

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