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Trinity Catholic Activities - Debate
|September 28||Valley Center|
|December 3||Novice Evening Tournament|
|December 20 & 21||Regionals|
|January 17 & 18||State at Fort Scott|
The Hutchinson Trinity debate season started at Nickerson with the team taking 3rd place in sweepstakes. Abril Guerrero/Lauren Rust placed 6th in novice, while Charlie Garcia/Sofia Garcia placed 6th in open division. Shannon Galliher/Rachel Eisenbarth and Maggie Brown/Julia Creed contributed to the team effort.
On September 28th, the team traveled to Valley Center. Greg Bird/Nolan Hughes competed in the novice division, while Maggie Brown/Charlie Garcia placed 3rd in junior varsity.
Shannon Galliher/Rachel Eisenbarth brought home 3rd place in the open division at Lyons. Maggie Brown/Charlie Garcia and Julia Creed/Thomas Nelson also competed at the open level.
On November 2nd, all three teams brought home winning records from Salina Sacred Heart. Participating in the novice division were Greg Bird/Nolan Hughes and Maggie Brown/Julia Creed. Shannon Galliher/Lauren Rust competed in open division.
The team brought home 2nd in sweepstakes at Salina Central on November 16. Charlie Garcia/Sofia Garcia placed 2nd in the open division, while Darrick Baker/Lauren Rust brought home 7th in the novice division. This was the largest squad that has represented Trinity this year. Other debaters included: Maggie Brown/Abril Guerrero, Julia Creed/Thomas Nelson, and Rachel Eisenbarth/Shannon Galliher.
The McPherson Invitational on November 23 was our best showing, yet! Greg Bird/Nolan Hughes won the novice division with a 5-0 record. Rachel Eisenbarth/Shannon Galliher took 7th in the open division, while Charlie Garcia/Sofia Garcia finished 2nd in the open division. Abril Guerrero/Lauren Rust finished with a winning record. Together, the debaters brought home 1st place in team sweepstakes. Individual speaking medals were awarded to Shannon Galliher (6th) and Charlie Garcia (5th), both in the open division.