2011 Canterbury Novice Speech Tournament

Tournament Information

Date: 01/08/2011
Tournament Location: Fort Wayne, IN


Tournament Results


1.    South Side   
2.    Canterbury   
3.    Westview   
4.    Trinity Lutheran High School   
5.    New Haven

1.    Lauren Ash    (Canterbury)
2.    Tabitha Crowell    (Canterbury)


1.    Reid Collis    (Canterbury)
2.    Gary Coker    (Canterbury)
3.    Kyle Peevler    (Wayne High School)
4.    Rommel Dickey    (Wayne High School)
4.    Shane Miller    (Westview)
6.    Victoria Joyner    (South Side)

Duo Interpretation (Memorized)
1.    Gabey Walburn and Zin Naing    (South Side)
2.    Alyssa Wolverton and Mary Donnelly    (South Side)

Duo Interpretation (Scripted)
1.    Erika Byler and Sarah Brugger    (Westview)
2.    Gabrielle Downey and Samantha Anderson    (Westview)
3.    Ariel Osborn and Ashley Thompson    (Westview)
4.    Jenna Klinedinst and Lydia McMurray    (South Side)
5.    Jacob Ganser and Joe Donnelly    (South Side)

Humorous Interpretation

1.    Kayla Eble    (Trinity Lutheran High School)

Impromptu Speaking

1.    Daniel Romary    (New Haven)
1.    Brooke Watson    (South Side)

Oratorical Declamation

1.    Sarah Fisher    (Canterbury)
2.    Danish Ghazali    (Canterbury)

Original Oratory
1.    Hannah Cordes    (New Haven)
2.    Gabby Rands    (Canterbury)

Original Performance

1.    Jacob Ganser    (South Side)

Poetry Reading
1.    Ben Cramer    (Westview)
2.    Sterling Long    (Trinity Lutheran High School)
3.    Sarah Onken    (Trinity Lutheran High School)
4.    Mary Donnelly    (South Side)
5.    Rachel Klotz    (South Side)

Prose Reading

1.    Jacob Churney    (Westview)
2.    Christina Molinari    (Trinity Lutheran High School)
3.    Andrew Keller    (Trinity Lutheran High School)
4.    Marissa Pepper    (South Side)
5.    Vashon Stalling    (South Side)
6.    Valentine Wang    (Canterbury)
F.    Job Willman    (Trinity Lutheran High School)

United States Extemporaneous Speaking

1.    Daniel Romary    (New Haven)


Anony's picture

Victoria Joyner proved to be very strong in discussion considering her current condition. Great job boys and girls, i've been a proud supporter of speech teams for 10 years and i'd just like to say that you all did astonishing! ;)

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I agree, she did an awesome job, look out for that one in the next few years!



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