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Northeast Speech Team Prepares For Upcoming Season

Northeast Speech Team Prepares For Upcoming Season

September 18, 2014


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NORFOLK – The Northeast Community College speech team has a tough act to follow after its first place showing at a national tournament last year. In addition to earning 50 trophies during the 2013-14 season, the Hawks captured the Division II First Place Team Sweepstakes title at the Junior Varsity...

Northeast Speech Team Closes Out The Season With A First Place Finish At Nationals

Northeast Speech Team Closes Out The Season With A First Place Finish At Nationals

March 19, 2014


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NORFOLK – The Northeast Community College speech team closed out the 2013-14 season with a first place finish at a national tournament. The Hawks captured the Division II First Place Team Sweepstakes trophy at the Junior Varsity National Tournament in Hutchinson, KS. Coach Terry Nelson said with...

Of Beginners and Champions

Of Beginners and Champions

Benjamin Temple, Journalist

March 6, 2014


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The recent achievements of the NECC speech team are proof that with training, hard work, and a lot of heart, even beginners can be champions. The speech team, comprised entirely of freshmen, earned its 50th trophy at a South Dakota State University speech tournament last week. The team brought home a...

Northeast Community College speech team earns honors at Kansas and South Dakota events

Northeast Community College speech team earns honors at Kansas and South Dakota events

November 22, 2013


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NORFOLK – The Northeast Community College speech team earned several honors recently at tournaments in areas states. At the University of South Dakota’s Valley Forensics League Tournament, every member of the Hawks’ team had a part in earning 20 trophies. Jordan Sager, Norfolk, took first ...

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