The full CHS debate
team got its season underway at Concord High Schoolís Steve Kirpatrick
Memorial Invite. 175 students from 11 schools, along with 50 judges,
converged in Mishawaka for the meet.
Although it was the
varsityís first action of the season, it was a group of novices that stole
the show. The event of novice Lincoln-Douglas was dominated by CHS students,
with Nathan Osborn and Kylie Brickley both going undefeated and taking the
top two spots. At awards they stood along side teammates Elia Livovich (4th)
and Caroline Ausema (8th). At the varsity level, Elli Didonna came in sixth
place with a 3-1 record.
Devin Michael and
JD Cory led the way in the varsity Policy division, finishing second
overall. They were closely followed by Madison Simms and Gianna Galante
(3rd), Ethan Dibble and Ryan Donovan (5th) and Ben and Hattie Hoham (7th).
Chesterton also performed admirably in the novice division with Riste
Miroski and Mark Jewison coming in fifth and Milena Veltri and Emma Bolinger
in sixth place.
its only novice entry in Public Forum; Alexis Ioannidis and Sidney Pittman
came in fourth overall and Emily Kygoske and Sofia Winski came in sixth
overall at the varsity level. Both teams had a strong 3-1 record. Sid
Augustyn was Chestertonís only entry to place in Congress; finishing fourth