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Wages wins debate

MaKayla Clements and Kristy McGaughey

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The debate team participated in the Texas Forensic Association (TFA) competition on Saturday, October 1 at Van High School.

Sophomore Peyton Wages, with the help of Coach Blade Healey, advanced to the semi-finals for the Lincoln Douglas Debate.  While there, he won two out of three rounds at Varsity level.

“We are a fast growing program,” stated Healey. “We will be bringing strong competition to district and I look forward to our next successful meet.”

The debate team will participate in their first UIL practice meet on October 22.

“I am thankful to have Mr. Healey as my coach,” said Wages. “I am very optimistic about this year’s competitions.”

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