Lincoln did have many tournament champions in the varsity division:
Brady Gerdts and Kathryn Muck in dramatic duet, Kathryn Muck in
dramatic interpretation, Kassandra Pepperell in oratorical
declamation, Lindsey Boerma in humorous interpretation, and Tom
Swanson in special occasion speaking.
Other Lincoln finalists were Brian
Welter, second in extemporaneous and radio; Brady Gerdts and Eric
Knutilla, second in humorous duet; Tom Swanson, fourth, and Annie
Sheley, sixth, in oratorical declamation; Kassandra Pepperell, fifth
in oratory; Ruth Ohmart, sixth in prose; Janel Filbeck, third in
special occasion; and Tony Curcuru, sixth in humorous
Semifinalists for Lincoln were
Brandon Davis, Daniel Ohmart, Cameron Kurtz, Genevieve Larson, Tony
Curcuru, Hannah Snyder, Lindsey Boerma, Rachel Hahn, Kathryn
O'Donoghue, Janel Filbeck, Rebecca Kasa, Rachel Kasa, Sonya Twist,
Jillian Dowell, Eric Knutilla and Ruth Ohmart.
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Novice tournament champions for
Lincoln were Cameron Kurtz in extemporaneous, Janel Filbeck in
oratory, and Annie Sheley and Chris Powley in humorous duet acting.
Other Lincoln finalists in the
novice division were Rebecca Kasa and Betsy Ramlow, second, and
Jillian Dowell and Rhiannon Hoagland, third, in dramatic duet;
Genevieve Larson, second in extemporaneous; Taylor Muck and Ian
Arneaud, fourth, and Taylor Muck, fifth, in humorous interpretation;
Cameron Kurtz, third in impromptu; Chris Powley, second in original
comedy; Rebecca Kasa, third in oratory; Genevieve Larson, third, and
Jillian Dowell, fifth, in special occasion.
The team is off until the first
weekend in January, when they will compete in the Normal Community
High School Tournament.