Students from Plymouth High School are headed to the Indiana High School Forensic Association state competition at Fishers High School in Indianapolis this Saturday.
The team qualified after claiming the school’s 34th consecutive sectional championship at Concord High School on March 7. The students participated in events such as declamation, discussion, dramatic interpretation, duo interpretation (memorized), duo interpretation (scripted), humorous interpretation, impromptu speaking, international extemporaneous speaking, original oratory, original performance, poetry reading, prose reading, and United States extemporaneous speaking.
Meanwhile, five students from Plymouth High School qualified for the National Speech and Debate Tournament in Dallas, Texas in June. Those students include Garrett Garver, Kylee Rippy, Kalee Lowry, Christie Gorka, and Clayton Lenig. Kalee Lowry qualified in two events and will only be allowed to compete in one event. She has chosen to represent the school with her partner, Christie Gorka, in duo interpretation.