HC Forensics closes 2015 with third place finish

The Hastings College Bronco Forensics team competed in the Outer Limits Swing to close out 2015. At the tournament, held December 4-6 in Hutchinson, Kansas, Kenzie Shofner, a sophomore from Maple Plain, Minnesota, took top individual speaker on the first day of competition and thus paced the Broncos for a third place finish. The Broncos finished third on the tournament’s second day, too.

Individual results follow:

December 5: 

Shofner: 4th Place, Prose; 2nd Place, Persuasion; 4th Place, Poetry; 4th Place, Duo with Caleb Merritt, a sophomore from Brookings, South Dakota

Dianna Rulon, a freshman from Arcadia, Indiana: 4th Place, Extemporaneous; 7th Place, Communication Analysis

Andrew Boge, a sophomore from Johnston, Iowa: 2nd Place, Communication Analysis

Carly Spots-Falzone, a freshman from Wayzata, Minnesota: 1st Place, Prose; 3rd Place, Informative

Caleb Merritt, a sophomore from Brookings, South Dakota: 4th Place, Duo with Shofner


December 6:

Boge: 3rd Place, Extemporaneous; 2nd Place, Informative; 2nd Place, Prose; 2nd Place, Communication Analysis; 5th Place, Duo with Spotts-Falzone

Merritt: 5th Place, Program of Oral Interpretation; 5th Place, Dramatic Interpretation

Spotts-Falzone: 4th Place, Dramatic Interpretation; 5th Place, Duo with Boge

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