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Black Hawk team places third at forensics meet
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SOUTH WAYNE - The Black Hawk High School Forensics team competed at the Six Rivers East and West Conference Forensics meet on Saturday, March 8 at Pecatonica High School.

Earning individual third-place medals were Marissa Monson in special occasion speaking and Josh Meier in moments in history.

Second-place medal winners include Josh Quinn in moments in history; Brady Meythaler, Jordan Monson, Ryan Quinn and Blaine Wolff in group interpretive reading; Chelsie Metz in farrago; and Jevon Tuescher in demonstration.

First-place trophies went to Tessa Cushman in serious solo acting and Alyse Metz, Brooke Moore and Justin Wiegel in group interpretive reading.

Also competing were Mikayla Sigafus in prose and Heaven Paul, Courtney Wilde, and Cheyenne Winslow in group interpretive reading, which helped the team place third overall.

Judging for the team were Black Hawk alumni Courtney Brooker-Grossen and Molly Bechtolt.

The team will compete next at the Madison West tournament on Saturday, March 15, before heading to the state-qualifying district contest on Saturday, March 22 at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.