BEHS Forensics Wins 3rd Place at Madison West Tournament

March 20, 2014

The Spartans had a ducky day with a 3rd place finish at the Madison West Tournament this past Saturday. Brookfield East H.S. (BEHS) had a strong showing for the day with 309 points. Duo Intrepretation team of Kali Carrasco and George Black chalked up another 1st place finish on the season. Other 1st place finishers included Archit Backaran for Oratory and the Group Interpreation team of Alaina Beau, Eva Juniel, Nadia Vogel, and Maria Harder. The team is looking forward to next weekend when it places host to two tournaments: Brookfield East Tournament and NCFL Tournament.
Shout-out to the participants who made it to the final rounds. The final places are as follows:
1st Place: James Madison Memorial - 335 points
2nd Place: Sun Prairie - 322 points
3rd Place: Brookfield East - 309 points
Duo
1st: Kali Carrasco and George Black
Finalist: Gianna DeCicco and Anya Klundt
Extemporaneous
2nd: Mihir Trivedi
Finalist: Nithin Alexander
Four Minute
Finalist: Hannah Shepherd
Finalist: Ryan Wolff
Group Interpretation
1st: Alaina Beau, Eva Juniel, Nadia Vogel, and Maria Harder
Oral Interpretation:
2nd: Holly Muth
3rd: Joe Abolt
Oratory
1st: Archit Baskaran
2nd: Apoorva Selvaraj
Poetry
3rd: Rija Rehan
Finalist: Nihal Nurbhasha
Finalsit: Niyaz Nurbhasha
Radio
2nd: Andrew Kluck
Finalist: Jonas Demuri – Siliunas
Solo Humorous
Finalist: Andrew Rusnak
Storytelling
Finalist: Heather Patterson
Next tournament: Brookfield East Tournament and NCFL Tournament both at Brookfield East H.S. on Saturday, March 22th, 2014

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