District 97 earns first place at Speech and Drama Festival for third consecutive year

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By Community Editor

Courtesy Chris Jasculca

For the third consecutive year, District 97 took first place at the West 40 Speech and Drama Festival, which was held at Elmwood Park High School on Saturday, March 2. The team tied with another district for the top score in the competition and was made up of the following students and teachers/coaches from Gwendolyn Brooks and Percy Julian Middle Schools:

Nathan Devaud
Lauren Delapaz
Deepu Ganesan
Jack Richardson
Veronica Thomas

Didi Ganesan
Ovya Ganesan
Cabral Johnson
Leyla Scheuring
Morgan Varnado
Morgan Wheeler

Coaches: Sheela Barot, Toni Cofield, Pat Williams

Vivienne Badynee
Sophie Fournier
Micaela Goldstein
Maddie Guerrier
Grace Halvorsen
Conor Johnson
Noah Kitsos
Spencer Lombardo
Riley Maloney
Joe McCoy
Julia Morrison
Levi Neiburger
Natalie Passaro
Grace Pederson
Declan Ryan
Abby Sacks
Nico Gonzales-Stuver
Katie Svensson
Anna Testore
Savi Valle

Coaches: Malachy Boyle, Bill McGlynn and Bessie Santos

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