C-Falls, Flathead take first at Corvallis meet

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Columbia Falls High School Speech and Debate shot to the top in Corvallis this weekend, finishing with 125 overall points.

Corvallis finished in second place with 51 points in Class A.

In Class AA, Flathead High School Speech and Debate took first place with 263 overall points, followed by Hellgate with 103 points.

Policy Debate

1. Calie Jo Johnson and Tre Finley, Columbia Falls

2. Ian McKenzie and Maggie McKeon, Columbia Falls

3. Dani Mayeaux and Aidan McMahan, Whitefish

5. Lucas Coulter and Braden Anderson, Flathead

8. Anton Young and Elyse Pendlay, Bigfork

Public Forum Debate

3. Cassidy Norick and Kelsey Wright, Columbia Falls

5. Lara Erickson and Laney Conger, Columbia Falls

7. Ryan Vosen and Jillian Wynne, Flathead

Lincoln-Douglas Debate

1. Sierra Dilworth, Flathead

3. Alan Taylor, Flathead

4. Chloe Coberley, Columbia Falls

5. Eva Bruce, Flathead

7. Annabelle Pukas, Flathead

Memorized Public Address

2. Korbyn Howe, Flathead

5. Grace Benkelman, Whitefish

6. Giles Jochim, Flathead

7. Tanis Hadwin, Flathead

Extemporaneous Speaking

2. Scott O’Donnell, Flathead

8. Simon Lamm, Flathead

Impromptu Speaking

1. Scott O’Donnell, Flathead

4. John Shelton, Flathead

5. Samantha Wallace, Flathead

8. Leah Spangler, Flathead

Informative Speaking

1. Bohdi Hollman, Flathead

2. Savannah Metzler, Flathead

3. Julia Wynne, Flathead

4. John Shelton, Flathead

5. Anya Young, Bigfork

Original Oratory

1. Julia Wynne, Flathead

2. Emma Thompson, Flathead

3. Carson Robison, Flathead

4. Colter Girardot, Flathead

5. Sarabeth Rogge, Flathead

6. Anna Christensen, Flathead

8. Libby Goldhirsch, Whitefish

Humorous Interpretation

1. Jonah Love, Flathead

2. James Francis, Flathead

4. Alix Major, Flathead

8. Ave’ McDonald, Columbia Falls

Dramatic Interpretation

6. Toby Diegel, Flathead

7. Isaac Adams, Columbia Falls

8. Emmalee Hellen, Columbia Falls

Duo Interpretation

1. Tanis Hadwin and Jonah Love, Flathead

3. Alix Major and Korbyn Howe, Flathead

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