MOREHEAD — The Danville High School forensics team placed second in a field of teams from three states at the Harlen Hamm Memorial Invitational Saturday at Rowan County High School.
Boone County, the tournament champion team, and Danville dominated the meet, taking home more than half of the individual awards.
DHS with Harrison County a distant third, Larry J. Ryle High School, fourth; Knott County Central, fifth; and Hazard, sixth in the team awards.
Danville won 22 individual awards at the meet, including first place in four of the 13 events.
Senior Jack Graham was recognized for third-place overall as an individual at the contest, and several DHS students also earned recognition as the outstanding novice entry in an event. A complete list of DHS award winners includes: Broadcast Announcing: Sydney Mullins, fourth; Congressional Debate: Austin Barringer, fifth, and Emma Jackson, sixth; Declamation: Hannah Draut, third, and Sue Cook, fourth; Dramatic Interpretation: Jack Graham, first, Sarabeth Marlowe, second, and Blaire Welsh, outstanding novice; Duo Interpretation: Jack Graham and Tyler Whitehouse, first, Cloe Anderson and Kolton Winfield, fourth; Extemporan- eous Speaking: Phoebe Ross, first, Emma Jackson, third; Humorous Interpretation: Tyler Whitehouse, third, and Mary-Scott Bugg, sixth; Impromptu Speaking: Andrew McKinney, second; Improvisational Duo: Cloe Anderson and Andrew McKinney, third, Sarabeth Marlowe and Kolton Winfield, sixth; Oratory: Dylan Mullins, fifth; Prose: Sarabeth Marlowe, third, Laurel Payne, sixth, and Jacob Rankin, outstanding novice; Storytelling: Cloe Anderson, first, Lydia Graham, fifth, Kolton Winfield, sixth, and Hannah Draut, outstanding novice.