BEHS 1st place at West Bend East Forensics Tourney

Feb. 11, 2014

The Spartans Forensics team finished in 1st place at the West Bend East Forensics tournament on Saturday. This is the team’s first 1st place result this season. The team’s 296 points was 40 points ahead of the next nearest competitor, Slinger, which came in 2nd with 256 points. Wauwatosa East 3rdcame in third with 246 points. Standouts for the team were 1st place finishes by junior Noah Haselow in Radio and senior Heather Patterson in Storytelling.

“The team is looking really strong heading into the Greater Metro Conference tournament this week,” East Forensics Coach Katie McClellan wrote in an email. Congratulations to the forensicators who made it to the power rounds!

Team Results:
1st Place: Brookfield East - 296 points
2nd Place: Slinger - 256 points
3rd Place: Wauwatosa East - 246 points

Individual Event Results:

Duo Interpretation
2nd - Katie McKibbin and Katie Seim

Extemporaneous
Finalist - Will Bartkowski

Four Minute
3rd - Abby Weisse

Humorous Interpretation
Finalist - Anna Sipek

Moments in History
2nd - Jenna Brockman
Finalist - Calvin Osinga

OIL (Oral Interpretation of Literature)
Finalist - Joe Abolt

Poetry
Finalist - Holly Muth

Radio
1st - Noah Haselow
Finalist - Andy Kalenak
Finalist - Colin Gray-Hoehn
Finalist - Zach Zandi

Storytelling
1st - Heather Patterson
Finalist - Kaity Kugler

Special Notes of Interest in the Results:
Congratulations to Noah Haselow and Jenna Brockman with 1-1-1 results in prelims.

Next Tournament:
Greater Metro Conference Tournament @ Marquette University High School
Saturday, February 15

Follow the team on Facebook to stay up-to-date:
http://www.facebook.com/behsforensics/
 

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