Placing fourth in the informative speech category, Sadie Dinkel brought home the only medal for the team.
Also competing at the meet were Dinkel and Abraham Pfannenstiel acting out an improvised duet, Pfannenstiel performing a solo humorous act, and Kassidy Chase, giving an oration speech and reciting a poetry piece.
Team-wise, Norton took first, followed by Quinter in second and TMP in third.
The forensics team will compete at Ellis on March 7.
|Senior winter sports participants honor their parents at Senior Night on February 24.|
|Presenting his essay, Pfannenstiel entertains his audience at the DAR meeting on February 21.|
The DAR is an organization currently focused on “good citizenship awards to further the education and historic values of our youth.” Pfannenstiel competed against other students from Western Plains, TMP, and Hays High to win this award. First, he had to answer questions pertaining to his goals and then he had two hours to write an essay answering the question, “What does our past tell us about our future?”
Pfannenstiel was invited to present his essay at a DAR chapter meeting and won a $100 scholarship. He will go on to compete at the state level.
Pfannenstiel commented, “I am very happy to receive this award. I would like to give a big thanks to my parents and Gary and Rita Weber for their support.”
The TCHS Choir will present Trego Show on Tuesday, March 10 at 7:00 p.m. in the TCHS Auditorium. For this concert students pick music of their choice and perform it. There will be Pop Music, Country music, music from the 1970s, and various styles of music. Some of the students will also be performing with their guitars.
As well as solos, duets, trios, and small groups the Trego Singers will perform a medley of songs recorded by the group Queen. The Girls Ensemble will sing “Kiss the Rain” byYiruma(with words from the Hunger Games). The Choir will perform “Stay,” recorded by Rihanna and will then close with a medley of songs made popular by Bruno Mars.
Join the TCHS Choir Tuesday night, March 10 for their annual Trego Show. There is no admission charge.