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By Jim Orr
The Courier 

Speech & Drama Team Brings Home The Bacon


Too much drama can get things messy, but not with these Scotties.

The Glasgow High School speech & drama team keeps speaking up, getting all dramatic and racking up first place performances this season. Last Saturday's invitational at Malta brought another opportunity for success.

On the drama side, versatile Rachel Overby's double duty impressed coach Matt Bacon.

“Rachel Overby continued to demonstrate her fantastic comedic talent as both an actress and as a writer by taking the first place finish in humorous solo with her self-written piece, "Social Medias," Bacon told The Courier.

He said Scottie mime star Mariah Holter also “delivered another strong performance” with a first.

And in speech, several Scotties finished on top.

“Our kids did really well with very strong performances from Andrea Hansen in first place in extemporaneous speaking, Ethan Jamba first in serious oral interpretation and Amy Nelson first in original oratory,” Bacon said. “We also had strong finishes from Andy Brandt, Amber O'Mara and Rachel Sigmundstad helping to deliver the team a first place finish in speech.”

S&D's next meet – the last of the regular season – comes Saturday at Chinook. Divisional is Saturday, Jan. 24, at Plentywood and State on Saturday, Jan. 31 at Ennis.


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