The Brookfield East H. S. (BEHS) Forensics team had quite a day yesterday winning the James Madison Memorial (JMM) Forensics tournament with 310 points overall. This is another strong finish for the team that has consistently been posting 300+ point finishes this season. There were 32 Spartans competing in 13 categories in the final rounds. In the category of Radio, the team swept again this season going 1, 2 and 3. The team’s 1st place finishers included Lisa Browne, Noah Haselow and Heather Patterson. A highlight was all 3 of the BEHS Group Interpretation teams making it into the finals.
Below is a complete list of all the forensicators who made the final rounds.
1st: Lisa Browne
2nd: Alaina Beau
3rd: Bashar Zaidat
3rd: Ashveer Singh
2nd: Kali Carrasco and George Black
3rd: Mihir Trivedi
Finalist: Will Bartkowski
Finalist: Kali Carrasco
Finalist: Ryan Wolff
2nd: Katie McKibbin and Katie Seim
Finalist: Noah Haselow, Niyaz Nurbhasha, and Will Bartkowski
Finalist: Eva Juniel, Alaina Beau, Nadia Vogel, Maria Harder
Moments in History:
2nd: Jenna Brockmann
Oral Interpretation of Literature (OIL):
3rd: Kali Carrasco
Finalist: Apoorva Selvaraj
Finalist: Bella Hyndiuk and Michelle Lazar
2nd: Nihal Nurbhasha
Finalist: Rija Rehan
1st: Noah Haselow
2nd: Jonas Demuri-Siliunas
3rd: Andrew Kluck
3rd: Steve Browne
1st: Heather Patterson
Finalist: Kaity Kugler
See all the JMM tournament results here:
Next tournament: Whitefish Bay Invitational on Saturday, March 8th, 2014
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Photo credit: Michael Maier, Maier Learning Media
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