DDF students win awards

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Homer High DDF took 18 students to the Eagle River High School Drama, Debate and Forensics tournament last weekend and competed with 12 schools from the Anchorage area and Seward, and brought home the following awards:

Drew Turner,
Owen Duffy,
Neal Wimmerstedt –
3rd Place,
Readers’ Theatre

Carly McLean,
Iustina Kuznetsov,
Damon del Toro –
4th Place,
Readers’ Theatre

Johnny Hamilton and
Lindsey Schneider –
3rd Place, Pantomime

Evan Boyer and
Jonas Noomah –
3rd Place, Duo Interpretation

Evan Boyer –
3rd Place, Dramatic Interpretation

Matthew Meyer –
4th Place, Dramatic Interpretation

Johnny Hamilton –
1st Place, Humorous Interpretation

Sydney Paulino –
5th Place, Humorous Interpretation

Emmet Meyer –
6th Place, Humorous Interpretation

Iustina Kuznetsov and Damon del Toro –
2nd Place, Duet Acting

Jacob Mayforth –
2nd Place, Solo Acting

Lindsey Schneider –
5th Place, Solo Acting

Whole Team –
3rd Place,
Individual Events
(Non-Debate) Sweepstakes

Whole Team –
4th Place, Overall Sweepstakes

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