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Mitchell students qualify for national speech tournament

BROOKINGS -- Two Mitchell students in June will travel to Florida for the national speech and debate tournament after qualifying this past weekend at a tournament in Brookings.

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Thea Patrick and Madison Hetland qualified for the national speech and debate tournament June 17 through June 22 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. (Submitted photo)

BROOKINGS - Two Mitchell students in June will travel to Florida for the national speech and debate tournament after qualifying this past weekend at a tournament in Brookings.

Thea Patrick qualified in informative speaking and Madison Hetland qualified in domestic extemporaneous speaking. They will travel to the national tournament June 17-22 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Hannah Hetland will serve as an alternate in foreign extemporaneous speaking.

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