PHS debate team places fourth

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Polson High School students prepare for their turn at the second Speech and Debate meet of the season over the weekend. (Photo provided)

A mix-up on the Montana High School Association calender led Polson High School debaters to attend the meet prepared for the wrong topic for a meet over the weekend, so they competed with just a few minutes to prepare their cases.

PHS Speech and Debate Team placed fourth at their second meet of the season against Columbia Falls Saturday, Nov. 17.

PHS student Violet Anderson placed third in Impromptu Speech and eighth place in Informative Speech.

Joe McDonald and Hallie Tyler each tied for third in Public Forum Debate, though after the tie-breaker they were awarded fourth place.

Davis Smith placed eighth in Lincoln-Douglas Debates.

Columbia Falls took first place, while Whitefish claimed second and Frenchtown took third.

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