Homer takes first at Eagle River DDF tourney

Photo provided - Homer High Drama Debate and Forensics team edged South High School by one point to place first at the Eagle River DDF Tournament over the weekend.

Photo provided - Homer High Drama Debate and Forensics team edged South High School by one point to place first at the Eagle River DDF Tournament over the weekend.

Nineteen students from Homer High School competed in the Eagle River Drama, Debate and Forensics tournament this weekend. Homer students did very well as a team, finishing in first place overall. They also earned several individual-student awards. Homer finishers are as follows:
 
Lincoln-Douglas Debate
Adi Davis – 5th place in Speaker Points, Quarter-Finalist
Public Forum Debate
Casey Parrett – 6th place in Speaker Points
Casey Parrett and Adella Sundmark – Semi-Finalist
Expository Speaking (Informational)
Jonas Noomah – 2nd place
Neal Wimmerstedt – 6th place
Original Oratory (Persuasive)
Jacob Mayforth – 1st place
Foreign Extemporaneous Speaking
Trevor Waldorf – 1st place
Adi Davis – 3rd place
Dramatic Interpretation
Casey Parrett – 2nd place
Adella Sundmark – 5th place
Humorous Interpretation
Theo Noomah – 1st place
Johnny Hamilton – 2nd place
Emmet Meyer – 3rd place
Solo Acting
Drew Turner – 3rd place
Duo Interpretation
Jonas Noomah and Evan Boyer – 2nd place
Duet Acting
Adi Davis and Sydney Paulino – 1st place
Jacob Mayforth and Herman Hannan – 2nd place
Owen Duffy and Neal Wimmerstedt – 3rd place
Reader’s Theatre
Drew Turner, Jacob Mayforth, Shaefer Nielson and Trevor Waldorf – 2nd place
Herman Hannan, Sydney Paulino, Emmet Meyer, Johnny Hamilton, Brittney Bordner and Matthew Meyer – 3rd place
Debate Sweepstakes (All Debate Events)
Homer High – 3rd place
Drama/Speech Sweepstakes (Non-Debate Events)
Homer High – 1st place
Overall Sweepstakes (All Events Together)
Homer High – 1st place (by one point over South)

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