CC Forensics Team Takes Second in Berlin
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 placed second in the community college division at the International Forensics Association Tournament held recently in Berlin.
According to Doug Hall, director of forensics, this year’s tournament was the largest in the organization’s history with 22 colleges and universities in attendance. In addition to the second-place finish, Casper College also placed fifth overall. “The students had an amazing, educational time in Berlin in addition to earning such respectable marks at the tournament,” noted Hall.
Individually, Carter Dunn, Casper, placed fourth in extemporaneous speaking and second in impromptu speaking.
Chloe Adkins, Box Elder, South Dakota, was a semifinalist in public debate and champion in impromptu speaking.
Thayne Macy, Casper, was a semifinalist in extemporaneous speaking.
Jae Fletcher, Boxelder, South Dakota, took fourth in persuasive speaking.
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