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Hoisington forensics qualifies for state
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Pictured above are Hoisington High School students who attended a forensics tournament at Otis-Bison. From left to right, front: Micaila Curtis, Rebecca Shinofield, Kate Schmitt, Brandy Bodine, Sydney Boxberger, Kenzie Wolf, Kylie Crawford, back: Robbie Willesden, Corbin Crawford, Joey Lewis, Terance Croslin, Tanner Blackwell, Ashley Lockwood, Jordin Greer, Logan McHenry, and Coach Marion Oborny.

HOISINGTON —At the recent Central Prairie League Forensics Tournament at Otis-Bison, seven Hoisington High School forensics students made it into finals, and five of them qualified for the State Championship. The team finished third out of eleven schools.
Ashley Lockwood and Jordin Greer finished first in duet acting, qualifying for State.  Ashley also placed third in oration, missing State in that event by one place.
Kate Schmitt placed first in prose, qualifying for State. Robbie Willesden placed sixth in prose, missing State Festival by one place.
Logan McHenry and Kenzie Wolf placed second in improvised duet acting, qualifying for state.
Rebecca Shinofield placed third in informative, missing State by one place.  Rebecca also placed fourth in extemporaneous speaking.
Ashley Lockwood, Jordin Greer, Corbin Crawford, Logan McHenry, Kate Schmitt and Kenzie Wolf have all now qualified for State!  Ashley has qualified in three events:  duet, prose, and poetry.
In earlier action, the team placed fourth out of eight at Thomas More Prep - Marian High School in Hays.