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Two students finalists at weekend debate tournament

WATERTOWN -- Two students were finalists in their respective events during a weekend speech and debate tournament in Watertown. Jaclyn McMillen was a finalist in novice original oratory and Thea Patrick was a finalist in informative speaking. McM...

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Mitchell High School. (Republic file photo)

WATERTOWN - Two students were finalists in their respective events during a weekend speech and debate tournament in Watertown.

Jaclyn McMillen was a finalist in novice original oratory and Thea Patrick was a finalist in informative speaking. McMillen and Caleigh Sanchez boasted a 3-2 record in novice public forum debate.

The Mitchell High School Speech and Debate team will compete in the Lewis and Clark tournament on Friday and Saturday in Yankton.

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