Westminster debate team wins national tournament
by Neighbor Staff
07:02 PM, Friday, February 05
Westminster senior Anish Dayal, 17, and junior Harrison Hall 16, won the 61st Barkley Forum National policy debate tournament, a prestigious invitational event with a field comprised of the top 230 debaters from 35 states, Jan. 29 through 31 at Em...

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