Potter-Dix takes first place at MAC one-acts

Leyton High earns second


Ryan Hermens / The Sun-Telegraph

Eight teams from the Minuteman Activities Conference were in Potter on Monday for the conference one-act competition. Potter-Dix won first place, Leyton finished second and Creek Valley took fourth. Above, Jaedon Wann, from Leyton, was honored as the competition's best actor. Dawson Sharman, from Potter-Dix, was named best actress.

POTTER – The Potter-Dix High one-act team earned first place at the Minuteman Activities Conference Play Production Contest on Monday.

The conference's eight schools had teams competing in Potter, where three judges scored each production.

Leyton High took home second place and Banner County rounded out the top three. Creek Valley finished in fourth place.

In individual awards, Dawson Sharman, from Potter-Dix, and Jaedon Wann, from Leyton, were named the competition's best actors.

Justice Palmer, Audrey Juelfs and Keverett Rusk, from Potter-Dix, along with Nash Leef and Keith Everitt, fro...

For access to this article please sign in or subscribe.


Reader Comments


Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2018

Rendered 03/05/2019 21:21