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Marshall speech team takes first place in sub-sectionals and takes Big South title

Sub-Section 2AA Tournament

The Marshall Tiger Speech Team took first place as a team at the sub-section 2AA tournament. Westonka placed second and Orono placed third out of the eight teams in the Sub-Section. Marshall led the tournament with four category champions.

Individual speakers who place in the top nine in their category advance to the Section 2AA Tournament on April 10:

• Emma Runchey Smalley — first place in tournament champion Original Oratory

• Noah Dunn — first place in tournament champion informative

• TJ Cordes — first place tournament in champion extemporaneous speaking

• Zoe Vorbach — first place in tournament champion great speeches

• Lydia Weverka — second place in prose

• Rose Hanson — second place in drama

• Bella Puetz — third place in drama

• Bethany Greathouse — third place in poetry

• Bridget Brenner — fourth place in drama

• Charlotte Pafko 4th Place Original Oratory

• Gavin Dahms — fourth place in humorous

• Georgia Rabaey — fourth place in extemporaneous reading

• Sophia Gaul — fourth place in original oratory

• Evan Schotzko — fifth place in extemporaneous speaking

• Naomi Schroeder — fifth place in drama

• Hser Htoo — sixth place in great speeches

• Elly Lewis — seventh place humorous

• Mansi Bell — seventh place in prose

• Lillian Guggisberg — seventh place in original oratory

• Holly Netzley — ninth pace i8n prose

Big South Conference Tournament

The Marshall Tiger Speech Team won the Conference Championship at the Big South Conference speech tournament. Fairmont placed second out of the eleven BSC teams. The top two individuals in each category earn “All Conference” recognition and third place is awarded “Honorable Mention.” Marshall had the most individual conference champions.

• Bella Puetz — first place in conference champion drama

• Emma Runchey Smalley — first place in conference champion in original oratory

• Georgia Rabaey — first place in conference champion extemporaneous reading

• Noah Dunn –first place in conference champion informative

• Zoe Vorbach — first place in conference champion great speeches

• Bethany Greathouse — second place in poetry

• Rose Hanson — second place in drama

• Sophia Gaul — second place in original oratory

• Naomi Schroeder — third place in drama

• Evan Schotzko –fourth place in extemporaneous speaking

• Holly Netzley — fourth place in prose

• Lillian Guggisberg — fourth place in original oratory

• Bridget Brenner — fifth place in drama

• Charlotte Pafko — fifth place in original oratory

• Gavin Dahms — fifth place in humorous

• Mansi Bell — fifth place in prose

• TJ Cordes — fifth place in extemporaneous speaking

• Hser Htoo • sixth place in great speeches

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