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Anne Johnson / For The Sun-Telegraph

Kate Woten of Potter-Dix earned top honors in the class D1 poetry interpretation competition at the 2014 Nebraska state speech championship. The Coyotes senior also picked up a top five in serious interpretation. Students from Potter-Dix, Leyton and Creek Valley participated in the event, held at the University of Nebraska-Kearney campus last week. Emily Gill, a senior, finished fifth in poetry to pick up Leyton's best position. Creek Valley's Nash Leef ranked seventh in extemporaneous speaking. Regyn Hicks picked up a top five in persuasive speaking for Potter-Dix.

Kate Woten of Potter-Dix earned top honors in the class D1 poetry interpretation competition at the 2014 Nebraska state speech championship.

The Coyotes senior also picked up a top five in serious interpretation.

Students from Potter-Dix, Leyton and Creek Valley participated in the event, held at the University of Nebraska-Kearney campus last week.

Emily Gill, a senior, finished fifth in poetry to pick up Leyton's best position. Creek Valley's Nash Leef ranked seventh in extemporaneous speaking. Regyn Hicks picked up a top five in persuasive speaking for Potter-Dix.

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