DHS Forensics Wins KCFL, Sends 12 Kids to Nationals
DHS Forensics Wins KCFL, Sends 12 Kids to Nationals
Posted on 03/09/2015
This is the image for the news article titled DHS Forensics Wins KCFL, Sends 12 Kids to NationalsHODGENVILLE:  Danville High  School won the Louisville Diocese tournament of the Catholic Forensic League for an unprecedented nineteenth straight year at the annual contest held at LaRue County High School last weekend.  Twelve students from DHS qualified to represent the Kentucky area in the Grand Nationals, which will be held in Fort Lauderdale over Memorial Day weekend.  Danville placed first in Speech and second in Debate at the tournament with first-place finishes in Congressional Debate by Zane Arnold and in Duo Interpretation by the team of Sue Cook and Lydia Graham.  Also advancing to the Grand Nationals are Mary-Scott Bugg and Greg Goldie (Congressional Debate), Celeste Fieberg and McCallum Morley (Declamation), Austin Barringer and Laurel Payne (Dramatic Performance), Grace Sheene (Oral Interpretation of Literature), and Abigail Anderson and Hibah Siddiqui (Oratory).  Danville High School has qualified nearly two hundred students to this contest since 1995 including national champions in 2000 and 2003 and ten more national finalists.  For more information see the team website at www.danvilleforensics.org or the national tournament site at www.ncflnationals.org .   The National Catholic Forensic League is an organization originating from the Catholic secondary school community in the United States for the purpose of providing a service to all secondary school students. Founded in 1951, the League is open to all secondary schools, public and private, in the United States and Canada