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Patriots succeed at home speech tourney

The Pequot Lakes junior high home speech tournament featured 200 students competing, and 20 students from Pequot Lakes placing in the top 10 in their category.

The Pequot Lakes junior high home speech tournament featured 200 students competing, and 20 students from Pequot Lakes placing in the top 10 in their category.

They are: Megan Buffington, third in creative; Mollie Pierson, first in discussion; Caleb Toftness, ninth in discussion; Sophia Resch and Lily Gilbertson, second in duo; Tabitha Kibwaa and Lauren Holligsworth, sixth in duo; Kelbee Lampi and Olivia Lakota, 10th in duo; Elena Grove, third in extemporaneous reading; Allison Francis, eighth in extemporaneous reading; Cole Kaneski, second in humor; Gray Gitchell, fourth in humor; Gave Maske, sixth in humor; David Maschoff, sixth in informative; Naarah Neymar, third in original oratory; Anna Flategraff, fifth in prose; and Tyler Flowers, fourth in storytelling.

The Patriots' last meet of the season is Thursday, March 16, in Walker.

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