Central Catholic Forensics
The Central Catholic Forensics Society had a successful weekend at the M&M Tournament at Penn State Erie, the Behrend College.
The Central Catholic Forensics Society had a successful weekend at the M&M Tournament at Penn State Erie, the Behrend College. Neil Pandya, ’16 and Colin O’Neil, ’16 won first place in public forum debate, supported by the teams of Jimmy Hill, ’17 and Andrew Helgeson, ’16 in third and Dan Pistella, ’17 and Mike Floreak, ’17 in fifth place. In Lincoln-Douglas debate, Central Catholic cinched the third and fifth places with Warren Sipe, ’18 and Michael Bushnell, ’18, respectively. In extemporaneous speaking, Max Nowalk, ’17 placed fourth, while the sophomore team of John Wearden and Marco DiVito placed fifth in policy debate. Due to students’ outstanding performance in debate events, Central Catholic was awarded first place in the debate sweepstakes.