CHS forensics places second in conference
Published 9:00 am Thursday, February 25, 2016
The Central High School forensics team placed second overall at the Conference 42 competition held at Cumberland High School on Saturday. Four schools competed, and there were 37 total entries. Several Central students also qualified for the Region 1A East competition that will be held at Windsor High School on March 5. Students pictured are, from left, front row, Dakesha Terry, fourth place in prose, alternate; Miranda Franklin, second place in original oratory; Caitlin Bailey, second place in serious duo; Kaitlyn Jones, second place in serious duo; second row, Kayla Chaffin, third place in extemporaneous; Briana Elder; Keira Coles; Canisha Kates, third place in humorous interpretation; back row, Jonathon Clarke, first place in impromptu; Hailey Bayne, third place in storytelling; and Courtney Brostek, fourth place in poetry, alternate. “I’m so proud of the 2016 forensics team for their hard work and dedication,” said Central coach Reanna Langert.