CC Forensics Team Continues Winning Streak
The 2018-2019 Casper College Forensics team. L-r: Hannah Arnold, freshman pre-vet major from Lander, Wyoming; Kaelan Rodriguez, freshman psychology major from Casper; Jae Fletcher, freshman political science major and Chloe Adkins, sophomore political science major, both from Box Elder, South Dakota; Carter Dunn, sophomore communications major from Casper; Izac Garcia, freshman political science major from Cheyenne, Wyoming; and Thayne Macy, freshman political science major from Casper. Casper College photo.
The Casper College Forensics team continued its winning streak at the recently held Western States Communication Association Conference and Tournament in Seattle.
Chloe Adkins, Box Elder, South Dakota, was an IPDA semifinalist, top speaker at the event and took second in impromptu speaking, third in dramatic interpretation, and fourth in extemporaneous speaking.
Carter Dunn, Casper, was an IPDA quarterfinalist – fifth speaker, the informative speaking champion, and placed third in impromptu speaking. Jae Fletcher, also of Box Elder, was an IPDA quarterfinalist and placed second in informative speaking.
Finally, Hanna Arnold, Lander, Wyoming, took fifth in duo interpretation while Kaelan Rodriguez, Casper, placed fifth in both duo interpretation and poetry interpretation.
As a team, the group placed second in the two-year division category.
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