El Camino Forensics team dominates first two competitions of the semester
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In their most recent competition, the El Camino Forensics Team “won four out of six gold awards” handed out at the Watson-Lancer Invitational, according to an e-mail from Francesca Bishop, one of the coaches for the team.
Caitiln Semko, first year team member, was one of the best competitors, Bishop said.
“It’s always nice when you can achieve something and have something to show for it,” Semko said.
The Watson-Lancer Invitational took place at Pasadena City College this past weekend on Oct. 29-30.
The team has been doing very well, Bishop said, and the preparation, training and practice contributed to them winning their first competition at Concordia University Irvine.
El Camino won first place for two-year colleges competing at the Jannese Davidson Memorial Competition held in Irvine on Oct. 15-16.
“Seven out of eight team members advanced to the final round of the Novice IPDA during the Jannese Davidson Memorial Competition,” Bishop said.
In the past two competitions, El Camino dominated the overall competitions as well as the individual performances, Bishop added.
The next competition will be the Griffin Invitational which will be at Grossmont College in San Diego on Nov. 19-20.