MCS congratulates NJSDA, NSDA winners


Mount Carmel School congratulates her Knights who recently competed in the CNMI regional competition for the National Junior Speech & Debate Association (NJSDA) held from Feb. 24 to 28 at the school as well as her Knights who competed in a recent qualifying event for the National Speech & Debate Association (NSDA)

• Kalea Borja, 1st Place Imp
• Lleyton Javier (Chyrel Javier), 3rd Place Imp
• Jim Michael Ham, 4th Place Extemp
• Vince Philip Salvador, 5th Place DI

Kalea Borja will be competing in Salt Lake City, Utah on June 14-17, 2016.

• Camacho, Gary M.
1st Place – IMP A
2nd Place – DUO (with Irang, Maverick)
3rd Place – OO A

• Cunanan, Erika
4th Place – DI B

• Irang, Maverick Deniel M.
2nd Place – DUO (with Camacho, Gary)
4th Place – PR MA

• Manglona, Thomas Lee II A.
1st Place – LD
1st Place – USX
1st Place – IMP A

• Melchor, Jeff Matthew
1st Place – DI A
3rd Place – DUO (with Moran, Matt)
5th Place – LD

• Moran, Matt Jason B.
3rd Place – DUO (with Melchor , Jeff)
3rd Place – IMP A
4th Place – PO MB
5th Place – PR MA

• Paraiso, Joanie
3rd Place – DI A

• Ramirez, Reica Jucel
4th Place – OO A
2nd Place – IMP A
3rd Place – PR MA
4th Place – ST A

• Santos, Joshua
3rd Place – COM
4th Place – USX
5th Place – IMP B

• Snodgrass, Nathaniel
2nd Place – IMP B
2nd Place – USX
2nd Place – COM

• Usi, Monica Aira
2nd Place – FX

Much thanks also to volunteer judges, John Hernandez, Jayrald Mercene, Thomas Manglona, Luz Baldazo, Cathryn Javier, Elenita Duarte, Angelica Diaz, Nathaniel Snodgrass, Joshua Santos, Jonathan Clark, Carlos Diaz, and MCS NSDA/NJSDA Coordinators, Filmah Buenaflor, and Tobed Smith. (PR)

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