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Speech team earns CLC honors

The Alexandria speech team took part in the Central Lakes Conference (CLC) speech tournament at St. Cloud Tech on February 18. Caroline Roers was the CLC champion in great speeches, taking 1st in three rounds of mixed competition. Also winning CL...

Speech team
Students who took part in the CLC speech tournament include (back, l to r) Rachel Borden, Katie Lovrien, Caroline Roers, Katie Basiago, Todd Johnson: (middle) Mackenzie Meier; (front) Desi Silva, Sari Gaugert, Mariah Lichty, Katelyn Steffel.

The Alexandria speech team took part in the Central Lakes Conference (CLC) speech tournament at St. Cloud Tech on February 18.

Caroline Roers was the CLC champion in great speeches, taking 1st in three rounds of mixed competition.

Also winning CLC honors were Katelyn Steffel, 2nd place in poetry interpretation; Sari Gaugert, 2nd in informative speaking; Desi Silva, 2nd in drama; Mariah Lichty, 3rd in drama; Rachel Borden, 5th in drama; Katie Lovrien, 4th in discussion; and Todd Johnson, 6th in extemporaneous speaking.

The top six finishers in each of 13 categories win CLC honors. More than 200 speakers from seven schools competed. The Alexandria team is coached by Caroline Petefish at Discovery Middle School and Scott Fodness and Matt Amundson at Jefferson High School.

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