Homer DDF brings home 18 awards

Tribune staff

photo provided - Homer’s 2012 Drama, Debate and Forensics team, under the direction of Coach Amy Christianson, took 25 students to the Bartlett DDF Tourney earlier this month, and picked up 18 awards for their effort.

photo provided - Homer’s 2012 Drama, Debate and Forensics team, under the direction of Coach Amy Christianson, took 25 students to the Bartlett DDF Tourney earlier this month, and picked up 18 awards for their effort.

The Homer High Drama, Debate and Forensics Team took 25 participants to the Bartlett High Tournament and swept three first-place awards, along with 15 other wins in a variety of categories.
 Johnny Hamilton won first in the Humorous Interpretation category, receiving all first-place votes for the entire tournament. Emmet Meyer took fifth place in the same category.
A big category in high school DDF is the Lincoln Douglas Speaker, and Adi Davis took first in Douglas Speaker Points.
First place in Novice Solo Acting went to Carly McLean, while Drew Turner, Owen Duffy and Neal Wimmerstedt each took third in Reader’s Theater.
Homer swept the Novice Solo competition with, in addition to McLean’s first-place win, third place for Lindsey Schneider, a fourth in Novice Solo Acting for Chloe Loop and fifth in Novice Solo Acting for Louise Tymrak.
Patrick Latimer and Brittney Bordner won fifth in Duet Acting, followed by sixth in Duet Acting for Sydney Paulino and Turner.
Jonas Noomah won fourth in Dramatic Interpretation, while Robert Hockema placed fifth in Novice Extemporaneous Commentary.
Fourth in Novice Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking went to Alex Clayton, with a fifth in Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking awarded to Evan Boyer.
Trevor Waldorf placed second in Foreign Extemporaneous Speaking and Adi Davis took fourth in Foreign Extemporaneous Speaking.
Trevor Waldorf and Patrick Latimer finished third in Public Forum Debate.
Adi Davis also placed second in the Lincoln Douglas Debate.

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