At the Debates on a Plain in Hutchinson, Kansas, from September 27-28, Miranda Klugesherz, a senior from Colorado Springs, Colorado, won the individual event sweepstakes on the first day of competition. She placed first in Informative Speaking and Program of Oral Interpretation; second in After Dinner Speaking; and third in Communication Analysis. Additionally, she advanced to semi-finals in Prose Interpretation.
Overall, the Bronco Forensics team, competing in its first tournament of the year, placed third on the first day, fourth on the second day and fourth for the weekend. Other individual results follow.
Next weekend, the Broncos will compete in the Clover Classic hosted by Doane College.
Saturday, September 27, 2014 – hosted by Hutchinson Community College
Trischia Rueckert, a junior from Beloit, Kansas
6th Place, Impromptu Speaking
6th Place, Extemporaneous Speaking
Laurel Teal, a sophomore from Castle Rock, Colorado
Semi-finals, Impromptu Speaking
Saturday, September 28, 2014 – hosted by Sterling College
1st place, Informative Speaking
1st place, After Dinner Speaking
2nd place, Communication Analysis
4th place, Individual Event Sweepstakes
Teal Timperly, a junior from Lynch, Nebraska
6th place, Dramatic Interpretation
7th place, Prose Interpretation
Rueckert 6th place, Communication Analysis
Tommy Hendrix, a junior from Omaha, Nebraska
6th place, Poetry Interpretation