CHS Speech and Debate OHSSL State Finals Qualifying Competitor's

CHS Speech and Debate OHSSL State Finals Qualifying Competitor's

Six CHS Students qualified to the 2017 OHSSL State Finals to represent Carrollton High School and the Canton District.  Celia Meek, the sophomore daughter of Shane and Anitra Meek, qualified in Dramatic Interpretation.  Emma Lane, the sophomore daughter of Nate and Janice Lane, qualified in Program Oral Interpretation.  Grace Barnhart, freshman daughter of Vonda Barnhart, Jared DeGarmo, sophomore son of Rebecca Everhart, Brooke Geis, sophomore daughter of Jason and CJ Geis, and Desarae Gorney, junior daughter of Wayne and Teresa Gorney, all qualified to compete in Congressional Debate.  Earning a place as second alternates to the OHSSL State Finals were sophomores Ashlee Copeland and Sam Soisson in Duo Interpretation.  The students will be accompanied by coaches Ron and Alzana Nuzzolillo and coach Brad Eick at Olmsted Falls High School in March.  

CHS continues to rank in the top 10% nationally while competing in the Eastern Ohio National Speech and Debate Association.  Eastern Ohio ranks 8th in the nation as a district.  CHS also has four students ranked in the top 50 in their category as students across the state prepare to attend the OHSSL State Finals: Isaiah Meek, Celia Meek, Brooke Geis, and Grace Barnhart.

Photo:

1st Row Left to Right: Emma Lane and Celia Meek

2nd Row: Brooke Geis, Desarae Gorney, and Grace Barnhart

3rd Row: Ashlee Copeland and Sam Soisson

4th Row: Jared DeGarmo





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