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SCA Jr. High Debate Makes School History

SCA Junior High Debate students make school history by competing against each other in the final round at the Blue Springs Invitational Tournament.   From left to right, 8th grade pair Kennedy Cooper and Isabella Totero took 8th place. 7th grade pair Madeline Hammett and Ryan Wagy (far right) took 2nd place. 8th grader Sam Espey and 7th grader Austin Wilson took first.  Sam Espey was also named Top Speaker.

SCA Junior High Debate students make school history by competing against each other in the final round at the Blue Springs Invitational Tournament.
From left to right, 8th grade pair Kennedy Cooper and Isabella Totero took 8th place.
7th grade pair Madeline Hammett and Ryan Wagy (far right) took 2nd place.
8th grader Sam Espey and 7th grader Austin Wilson took first. Sam Espey was also named Top Speaker.

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) is pleased to announce that their Junior High Speech and Debate team has made school history. Two of their teams excelled so greatly at the Blue Springs Invitational tournament, hosted at Moreland Ridge Middle School, that they competed against one another in the Public Forum finals. This is the first time in history that SCA has had two of their own teams competing in the finals of a debate tournament.

48 teams of two competed in the tournament, with three of SCA’s four teams advancing to the quarterfinals. 8th grader Sam Espey and 7th grader Austin Wilson pulled out the win, with 7th graders Madeline Hammett and Ryan Wagy placing second. 8th graders Isabella Totero and Kennedy Cooper completed the tournament in eighth place.

Sam Espey was also named Top Speaker at the tournament.

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