CASC Forensics Team successful at tournament

Pictured left to right, Curtsie Pace from Heavener, Gloria Evans from Wilburton and Genesis Inclan from Westville
By: 
Judi White
CASC Public Relations

The Carl Albert State College Forensics (Speech and Debate) Team competed in the annual Oklahoma Interstate Forensics Association 2018 Tournament on Feb. 24. The tournament, which included schools from Oklahoma and surrounding states, was held at Oklahoma City University in Oklahoma City.

CASC team sponsor Shawna Blake stated, “The members of the team, Genesis Inclan, Curtsie Pace and Gloria Evans, represented CASC well.” Blake continued, “Curtsie Pace won fourth place in Poetry, and the team took Second Place Overall in the Community College Division.”

When asked about the event, CASC team members shared about their experience at the tournament.

Gloria Evans stated, “It was really rewarding to be able to compete with so many talented individuals.”

Curtsie Pace reiterated Evans thoughts, “It was a very good experience for me. I am glad that my piece got to be heard by so many people.”

And Genesis Inclan explained, “It was a fun and interesting experience. I enjoyed competing and also watching other students compete.”

In addition to Blake and the CASC team, co-sponsor Rachel Smith also attended the tournament on behalf of CASC.

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