Starting the 2022 Forensics Season

With COVID, the forensics season this year has been a weird one. So far the team has had two virtual tournaments: one on February 5th which was hosted by Slinger High School and one just this past weekend on February 12th which was hosted by West Bend High School. 

On February 5th, the team had many finalists. Ananya Veeramachaneni (‘22) came in 1st place in Demonstration Speaking, Sirat Mokha (‘24) came in 5th place in Extemporaneous Speaking, Hailey Roemer (‘25) and Sophia Cerletty (‘25) came in 5th place in Group Interpretive Reading, Umika Menaria (‘23) came in 4th place in Impromptu Speaking, Alyssa Tang came in 4th place in Prose, and Bhavyaa Saxena (‘23) came 2nd place in Humorous Solo. It was a massive success, and the overall BC forensics team came in 3rd place at this meet. 

In the virtual meet on February 12th, the team only had one finalist: Bhavyaa Saxena came in 2nd place in Humorous Solo. They all hope for more successes in the future, but are happy with the single finalist. Now the team faces two in-person back-to-back meets, one on February 19th and the next one on February 26th. We wish the BC Forensics team good luck!