More speech team results posted

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  • Flathead High School’s Noah Love practices his speech as he walks down the hall on Saturday prior to a speech and debate meet in Kalispell. (Aaric Bryan/Daily Inter Lake)

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    Glacier High School junior Jezalyn Schussler practices her speech Saturday.

  • Flathead High School’s Noah Love practices his speech as he walks down the hall on Saturday prior to a speech and debate meet in Kalispell. (Aaric Bryan/Daily Inter Lake)

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    Glacier High School junior Jezalyn Schussler practices her speech Saturday.

Speech and debate teams recently competed over the weekend.

Some individual results were omitted from a Nov. 6 article. They are as follows:

Varsity Policy Debate — 2. Ian Caltabiano and Zach Ade, Whitefish; 3. Malea Bauer and Harrison Rennie, Glacier; 4. Emma Trunkle and Jon Sorenson, Glacier; 5. Mercedes Altman Rebich and Hallie Massie, Glacier; 6. Parker Davey and Ashlyn Cleveland, Glacier; 7. Abby Lowry and Josie Johnson, Whitefish; 8. Georgianna Tripp & Matt Mason, Glacier.

Novice Policy Debate — 1. Joe Schlegel and Simon Roston, Glacier; 2. Calie Jo Johnson and Tre Finley, Columbia Falls; 3. Kate Smith and Katie Foster, Flathead; 4. Emma Lovejoy and Hannah Fellows, Glacier; 6. Anton Young and Jordan Claveria, Bigfork.

Varsity Lincoln-Douglas Debate — 1. Sierra Dilworth, Flathead; 3. Izy Lyon, Glacier; 6. Christopher Oberling, Glacier.

Novice Lincoln-Douglas Debate — 2. Eva Bruce, Flathead; 3. Emily Woods, Glacier; 4. Dawson Lemay, Flathead; 5. Kimberly Liles, Glacier; 6. Bradley Williams, Glacier; 8. Chloe Coberley, Columbia Falls.

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