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Middle School Forensics Event Was a Success

Seneca Schools hosted their very first middle school forensics meet on the evening of March 14th.  Joining Seneca for the competition were students and coaches from Wauzeka, Prairie Catholic, and Bluffview-Prairie du Chien.  Seneca’s middle school was well represented with four groups presenting in the categories of play acting and group interpretation.  At the end of the evening, students Tyson Sparks, Joey Oppriecht, Maxine Grover, and Anya Aspenson (filling in for Delaney Boland) placed third in the group interpretation category with their presentation “Fuss Budget Gourmet”.  Our play acting group made up of students Ava Payne, Morgan Hagensick, Taylor Eick, Anya Aspenson, and Nicky Trautsch placed first in their category with the performance “Monster Survival Skills”.  Another first place finish went to students Kane Groom, Kadin Wallin, Al Rewey, Shawn Kirchhoff, and Nick Kirchhoff with their group interpretation presentation “Hunches and Bunches”.  Other forensics participants that performed that evening included Storie Recker, Willow Roensch, and Hannah O’Connell with their group interpretation presentation of “Moo Who?”. Congratulations to all the middle school forensics participants for a job well done!

          The Seneca Middle School Forensics Team and coaches would like to thank the many students, staff, and community members that contributed their time and talents to make this first-time event an outstanding success.