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Piper High School students hold a third-place trophy in the state forensics contest. It is Piper’s first state forensics trophy. (Photo from Piper Public Schools)

Piper High School – golf at Spring Hill (Sycamore Ridge)
– 2nd place as a team
– Eric Pahls 1st with a 71 and Blaine Smith 10th with an 81

Piper High School – track at St. Thomas Aquinas
– Piper School Records
– Chris Schneider (3200m)
– Regan Johnson (discus)
– Boys 4x400m (D. Saunders, I. Bah, L. Stacer, and S. Pahls)
-1st: T. Davis (100m) and R. Johnson (discus)
– 2nd: G4x100 and B4x400
– 3rd place: H White (100h), G. Kempf (discus), D. Saunders (200m), S. Pahls (400m), J.Ortiz (SP/discus)

Piper High School – state forensics
– 3rd place as a team (1st ever state trophy)
-Logan Stacer placed 1st in Original Oration.
-Jerry Manan placed 3rd in Serious Solo Acting and 7th in Prose.
-Mikala Sullivan placed 4th in Prose and 8th in Poetry.
-Jared Davis placed 5th in Poetry.
-Sarah Stella placed 10th in Poetry.
-Camrey Derritt placed 10th in Serious Solo Acting.
-Chloe Bridge placed 11th in Impromptu Speaking.
-Chris Schneider placed 12th in Prose.
– 1 ratings (outstanding)
-James and Laura Clark- Duet Acting
-Drew Waters and Keegan Sparks- Duet Acting
-Kenzie Reynolds- Prose
-Audrey Wenzl- Prose
-Gabi Kempf- Prose
-Mary Winzer- Poetry
-Patricia Telthorst- Poetry
-Alex Moran- Poetry
-Kori Smith- Poetry
-Jalen Zwart- Poetry
-Aly Barnett- Informative Speaking
-Maggie Wolf- Humorous Solo Acting
– 2 ratings (excellent)
-Cailin O’Mara and Patricia Telthorst- Improvised Duet Acting
-Matt Romero and Ian Smith- Improvised Duet Acting
-Jordan Fuqua and Gregory Gordon- Improvised Duet Acting
-Jalen Zwart and Mary Winzer- Improvised Duet Acting
-Jared Winzer- Poetry and Informative Speaking
-Corey Mann- Oration and Extemporaneous Speaking
-Jordan Fuqua- Prose
-Chad Irwin- Prose
-Sheridan Smith- Prose
-Kristen Warner- Prose and Humorous Solo Acting
-Cailin O’Mara- Oration

Piper High School – Special Olympics
– Piper grad Aaron Batliner (5 gold medals)

–    from Doug Key, Piper activities director

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