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Local Speechies Qualify For Nationals

March 13, 2012 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Teton County Schools No Comments
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The Jackson Hole High School Speech and Debate Team saw continued success this past weekend at the National Forensic League District Tournament at Riverton High School. The meet was attended by 21 schools. Seniors Randy Elledge and Jessica Moore, and sophomore Cormac Mullin qualified to represent the Wind River NFL District in June as they travel to Indianapolis to compete against the best in the nation at the National Tournament. This is the second time Moore and Elledge have qualified for the national meet which is a feat achieved by few qualifiers.  All three earned their slots by qualifying in congressional debate.  The 2012 Brickyard Nationals will be held June 10-15 in Indianapolis.  Jackson next travels to compete at the Wyoming State Meet, to be held in Rock Springs on next weekend.

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