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Lake speech and debate students advance to national competition

From the Clear Creek Independent School District

April 25, 2007

LEAGUE CITY—Several Clear Lake High School’s speech and debate team members qualified to compete at the National Catholic Forensic League’s Grand National Tournament taking place May 26 and 27 in Houston. The students earned the right to advance at the recent Galveston-Houston area competition.

Lingxi Chenyang and Jenny Le advanced to nationals in the event of Oratorical Declamation. Mike Berger advanced in Student Congress, while the team of Oliver Chen and Grace Zhang advanced in Policy Debate.

The National Catholic Forensic League, founded in 1951, is an organization of public and private high schools in the United States and Canada dedicated to promoting speech and debate activities. It hosts a national tournament that moves to a different location each year. Last year’s national tournament hosted 2,330 students from more than 500 schools.

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