Forensics Results

Forensics Coaches Invitational - Statewide - Best of the Best

This year five of our squad qualified for this honor.  To qualify, competitors had to place 1st or 2nd twice in the season, be a National Qualifier, or place 1st or 2nd once and 3rd at least once.

Qualified and attended:

Karissa Cook - Serious Solo Acting - My Mother's Touch
Summer Raymond - Extemporaneous - Domestic

Karissa medaled 3rd place!  

Our squad went up against schools like Great Bend, Hutchinson, Olathe Northwest, Olathe East, Olathe North, Lansing, Shawnee Mission South, and many others.

Now on to 1A State Finals in Salina this weekend.


A Winning Season!

On April 8, 2022, The Forensics  Squad brought home third place wins in Sweeps at Flint Hills and the Tiny but Mighty Tournament in Neodesha.

Along with Sweeps, our squad brought home prize-winning medals!

Karissa Cook won first in Serious Solo at both meets
Joseph Leach won second in Serious Solo at Flint Hills
Karina Sanchez won second in Serious Solo at Flint Hills
Summer Raymond won first in Inform at Flint Hills
Joseph Leach won first in Humorous Solo at both meets
Karissa Cook and Kaylene Dorsey won second in Duet at Flint Hills
Summer Raymond won first in Extemporaneous speech at Tiny but Mighty
Chase Nalley scored a 1/25 (top score) on his prose piece, "Checking In" and broke finals. 

These two tournaments are the first time all squad members broke into the finals.

All students are qualified to go to the State Forensics competitions in Salina on May 7th.