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Havre students do well at Fergus speech tourney


December 3, 2018

Press release

Havre High School’s speech and debate team was again diminished in size over the weekend, this time due to illness, but still saw some success at the invitational tournament in Lewistown.

Illness kept three Havre students from competing at the tournament, dedicated to a Fergus High School speech and drama student who died as a result of a car crash this fall. Havre saw high competition at The Elizabeth Mentzer Memorial Tournament Saturday in Lewistown, including AA teams from Great Falls and Bozeman as well as Class A students from Laurel and Belgrade as well as from host Fergus County High School, and a slew of teams from BC schools.

Havre fourth-year Lincoln Douglas debater Kaleb Gardner earned a sixth-place finish at the tournament, as did the public forum team of Joram Randolph and Noah Teasley, competing in their second year for Havre.

Informative speaker Melanie Veith, competing in her first year, broke into the finals round for Havre and ended in seventh place.

Also competing for Havre in Lewistown were first-year Lincoln-Douglas debater Jerzy Borowiecki and the policy debate team of Dartanion Kaftan, competing in his first year, and his partner, second-year debater LilleAnn Mecklenburg.


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