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Weiss honored for volleyball prowess

Senior Mikayla Weiss has completed 2,000 assists so far in her volleyball career. She was awarded a team volleyball at the last season game against Winner.

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Senior Mikayla Weiss has completed 2,000 assists so far in her volleyball career. She was awarded a team volleyball at the last season game against Winner.

Students that attended the district oral interp contest on Nov. 4 and their results are as follows:

Oratory: Jesse Dominguez, eighth grade, sixth place; Serious: Isabel Reyes, sophomores, alternate for regions; Storytelling, Chloe Fish, eighth grade, fourth; Poetry, Nikky Winter, eighth grade, sixth; Humourous, Katherine Belau, freshman, third; Duet: Isabel Reyes and Kayla Totton, sophomores, sixth; Readers' Theatre: Lincoln Andersen, Hilda Arias-Lopez, Hunter Pranger, Trevor Tovsland, (all eighth graders), fifth.

Going on to the Regionals competition on Nov. 17 at Dakota Wesleyan in Mitchell: Katherine Belau, Humorous; alternate in Serious Category, Isabel Reyes.

The oral interp coach is Karen Bertsch.

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Activities for the week of Nov. 9-16 are as follows:

Tuesday, the Mount Vernon High School Q107 Radio quiz bowl team will compete against Mitchell at 10:30 a.m. The Region 5 championship volleyball match will be at 7 p.m. in Plankinton with the MV/P Titans vs. Wagner.

Thursday will be a fifth- and sixth-grade boys and girls basketball scrimmage at 4 p.m. in Plankinton.

Friday and Saturday will be the Augustana Band Festival.

Saturday, there will be a fifth- and sixth-grade girls basketball tournament at 9 a.m. in Woonsocket, followed by a fifth- and sixth-grade boys tournament at 1 p.m.

Nov. 16 there will be a fifth- and sixth-grade girls and boys basketball scrimmage at 4 p.m. in Plankinton.

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