GCHS Forensics Team competes in finals at BGHS Vette City Classic

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(from left) Michael Black, 3rd place, Impromptu Speaking, 5th place, Original Oratory, 5th place, Poetry; Mina Cakilkaya, 7th place, Humorous Interpretation; Olivia Gregory, 6th place, Storytelling; Kendall Tubbs, 6th place, Extemporaneous Speaking; Aidan Walker, 2nd place, Storytelling; Carrie Cavitt, 4th place, Storytelling; Nick Lashbrook, 7th place, Extemporaneous Speaking, 4th place, Humorous Interpretation; Landon Ray; John Roberts.

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On January 11th the GCHS Forensics Team traveled to Bowling Green to compete in the BGHS Vette City Classic.

Seven students broke finals in 10 categories, meaning that they were one of the top seven performers in their respective events.

Aidan Walker placed 2nd in Storytelling, while Michael Black placed 3rd in Impromptu Speaking, 5th in Original Oratory, and 5th in Poetry.

Carrie Cavitt placed 4th in Storytelling followed by Olivia Gregory in 6th place.

Nick Lashbrook placed 4th in Humorous Interpretation and 7th in Extemporaneous Speaking.

Kendall Tubbs placed 6th place in  Extemporaneous Speaking while Mina Cakilkaya placed 7th  in Humorous Interpretation.

Additionally, team members Landon Ray and John Roberts competed at the tournament this weekend.