In what can only be described as a magnificent performance, the forensics team representing the Burdick community won a second-place trophy at the All-City forensics meet this past Saturday. Burdick performers competed against outstanding students from across the entire city. Fourteen out of 17 Panther participants earned blue ribbons. Six medals were also awarded to Burdick students for first through third-place. Charlie Voith, took first place in the Humorous Solo category, Kylee McKay took first place in Persuasive, Shyla Gerow won second place in Non-Original Oratory, and Ava Antonie earned second place in Farrago. Will Berger garnered a third-place finish in the Informative category while Isa Martinez placed third overall in Non-Original Oratory. Additionally, blue ribbons were earned by Aaliyah Garcia, Carlee Pierson, Nyimah Khasse, Isa Voith, Joe Miller, Isabella Switalski, Ian reiser, and Madison LeClaire.
Great job, team! The Burdick commuunity is proud of you!