SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ — The Union Catholic Forensics Staff got here up with a number of spectacular performances this previous weekend. The Vikings positioned third in a Newark Catholic Forensic League Event on Saturday as many college students flourished.
JV Public Discussion board Debate
Quarterfinalist – Chloe Lytle and Olivia Cassidy
Quarterfinalist – Angelica Valdez and Kristen Valendo
4th place – Adrian Hou
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2nd place – George Miller
third place – Casey Arias
third place – Adrianna Chelak and Kevin Caffrey
4th place – Ava Perona and Evelyn O’Connor
“Union Catholic had an amazing exhibiting for our penultimate league match,’’ mentioned UC Head Coach Dr. Edward Sagendorf. “I used to be excited to see the variety of breaks have been from a few of our youngest staff members. I’m extremely grateful to our coaches for his or her tireless efforts in getting ready our college students for this meet. Moreover, I congratulate our total staff on a job properly finished. I look ahead to seeing our college students succeed at subsequent week’s nationwide match hosted by the College of Pennsylvania.”
Moreover, for the Vikings this previous weekend, Taylor Benjamin and Mikaila Farrell had a fantastic efficiency on the Stanford Invitational.
Benjamin and Farrell completed 4-2 within the preliminary spherical in Public Discussion board Debate, and received the triple octofinal spherical, 3-0, earlier than shedding to an undefeated staff within the double octofinals.
Along with their prior break on the George Mason College Patriot Video games Traditional, this formally qualifies Benjamin and Farrell for the celebrated College of Kentucky Event of Champions, which might be held nearly April 17-19, 2021.
“We’re extraordinarily pleased with Mikaila and Taylor,’’ mentioned UC Assistant Coach Sean Gaynor. “They labored very exhausting for this, and it confirmed this weekend.”
Union Catholic (1600 Martine Ave., Scotch Plains) prepares a various scholar physique to meet their school and profession objectives by cultivating the scholars’ achievement of educational requirements of excellence inside a value-centered surroundings, sturdy in its dedication to our core values (respect, duty, honesty, compassion, and neighborhood), and to the institution of a neighborhood of religion and love within the Catholic custom. For extra data, name (908) 889-1600 or go to www.unioncatholic.org.