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South students compete at national forensics event

10:01 PM, Jul. 27, 2013
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Five students from the Sheboygan South High School forensics team competed at the National Forensic League's Grand National Tournament in Birmingham, Ala., from June 16-21.

Representing South were seniors Allison Macknick in dramatic interpretation and Heath Reinl in domestic extemporaneous speaking; juniors Mackenzie Birkey in humorous interpretation and Alyshia de la Rosa in international extemporaneous speaking; and freshman Hollis Rammer in student congress.

To qualify for the tournament, ...

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