Southview's ninth grade large-group speech teams competed in the district competition on January 21. Five groups received Division I ratings advancing them to the state competition at Valley High School on February 4.
Below are the results, groups moving on to state are in bold:
Ensemble Acting - “The Clarinet Section is Sick of Your Garbage” - Division I Maddy Cisneros, Brooke Johnson, Grace Hagedorn, Abby Jordan
Improv Group - Division I Claire McGohan, Dyllan Konen, Hayden McCutchan, Joey Chavez
Group Mime - “A Mother’s Love” - Division I Molly Wick and Grace McGill
Choral Reading - “Crush” - Division I Abby Jordan, Alex Rosch, Bella Cardenas, Brooke Johnson, Emily Peterson, Emily Schon, Jacob Schon, Grace Hagedorn, Grace McGill, Lydia Hill, Maddy Cisneros, Mason Hanley, Morghan Hurst, Nathan Bielecki, and Paige Ryburn
Group Mime - “Never Trust a Mime” - Division I Nathan Bielecki, Bella Cardenas, Mason Hanley, and Alex Rosch
4:40 - Readers Theatre - The Unlikely Hero of Room 13B by Teresa Toten - Division II Claire McGohan, Connor Grau, Elise Young, Emily Schon, Jessica Sheets, Jo Kreutzfeldt, Joey Chavez, Katie Alger, Kristen Alford, Myah Baldwin
Group Improv - Division II Elise Young, Kristen Alford, and Myah Baldwin
Group Improv - Division II Jo Kreutzfeldt, Jessica Sheets, and Molly Wick
Short film “Introspection” - Division II Andi Califf, Cierra Fillinger, Connor Grau, Emily Peterson, Gannon Kohn, Katie Alger, Payton Hermsen, and Ashlynn Phongsavanh
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