The Havre High School speech and debate team remained undefeated after sweeping the Northern Division Tournament, winning by more than 100 points.
Havre took first in Class A speech with 123 points, followed by Browning with 17 and Fergus County High School with 14.
Chester High School and Blue Sky took second and third, respectively, in Class C speech. Chester also placed in drama, taking third in the Class C competition.
Of Havre's 26 competitors, 20 placed in the top eight to qualify for the state tournament, which begins Friday in Corvallis.
Of the 20 winners, six were divisional champions, and two Blue Ponies took ninth and will compete at state as alternates because two competitors from Fergus County in the top eight cannot attend the tournament.
Leading the charge for Havre were first-place winners Lucas Hamilton and Mike Inabnit in team debate, Lucas Minnick in Lincoln-Douglas debate, Megan Wagner in extemporaneous speaking, Tristan Welter in impromptu speaking, and Joe Palmer in humorous oral interpretation of literature.
Havre's Richard Jarvis and Katon Gerky took second in team debate, and Dean Koffler of Havre took second in Lincoln-Douglas debate. Raisa Petca of Havre took fourth in Lincoln-Douglas.
Tyler Lamb of Havre placed third in extemporaneous speaking, with Anna Pederson of Blue Sky taking fourth. Kris Roll of Havre took fifth, followed by Kadin Williams and Kyle Renaker, both of Blue Sky, in seventh and eighth, respectively.
In impromptu speaking, Jasmine Mikulecky of Blue Sky took second and Caleb Brown of Chester took seventh. Zach Kamla of Havre, who took ninth, will compete at state in a slot vacated by a Fergus County competitor.
In original oratory, Brianne Stokes of Chester took first, with Sara Markuson, also of Chester, in third. Havre's Christina Hoppe and Keri Burstock took fifth and sixth, respectively, and Katie Lavery of Blue Sky placed seventh. Candice Osterman of Chester, who took 10th in the event, is listed as an alternate.
Samantha Steven of Chester took second in expository speaking, followed by Andrew Dusek of Havre in third and Rick Verploegen, also of Havre, in sixth. Havre's Preston Welter, who took ninth, will compete at state in a slot vacated by a Fergus County competitor.
Chester's Ashley Martin and Allyson Huhtala took second and fourth, respectively, in memorized public address. Havre's Jacques Thibodeaux took seventh in the event, followed by Becky Wynia, also of Havre, in eighth.
In humorous oral interpretation of literature, Brett Renaker of Blue Sky took fourth, and Big Sandy's Sarah Jerrell took seventh.
In serious oral interpretation of literature, Chester's Torrie Wolery took third, and Katy Chambers and Steph Earll, both of Havre, took fifth and seventh, respectively
Breana Wolery of Chester took first in mime, and Natalie Crazy of Harlem took seventh in dramatic serious solo.