Summit debate rolls toward state |

Summit debate rolls toward state

Daily News staff report

With a small team, Summit Speakers still made a mark at the Roaring Fork High School meet Saturday. Summit High was one of 13 schools competing.

The results: Humorous Interp: First place-Brandon Harville, second place-Brittony Corneillier

Creative Storytelling: Second place-Glen Moore, fifth place-David Teot

Duet Humor: Third place-Tara Hall and Parker Anderson

Dramatic Interp: Sixth place-Glen Moore

Impromptu: Sixth place-Alec Baker

Original Oratory: Fifth place-David Teot

Value Debate: Fourth place-Jillian Rowley

Solo Acting: Fifth place-Tara Hall

Poetry: First place-Ashley Holmberg and sixth place-Parker Anderson

There was also an unofficial event titled “Pretentious Poetry,” and Summit dominated with Brandon Harville taking first place and David Teot taking sixth.

The next meet will be a Debate Invitational held at Summit High beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday. The state meet follows Jan. 30-31.

– Daily News staff report

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