Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School Succeeds at State Forensics | By Megan Himm

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April 16, 2019 – Jackson, WI – Students from Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School (KML) participated in the state forensics meet on April 13. The event took place on the campus of the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

State Forensics


Students only did their piece once and immediately received score sheets after all performances in the room were completed.  After they took their score sheets back to their coach who would later get their medals.

A perfect score of 25 earned a gold medal, a score of 23-24 earned a silver medal, a score of 20-22 earned a bronze medal, and a score of 5-19 earned a small bronze medal.

State Forensics

A total of six students from KML earned gold medals.

After everything in Madison wrapped up, KML followed tradition and stopped for food and ice cream on the way home. As the forensics season comes to a close, students look forward to the end of the year party, with more ice cream and awards.

Amy Deibert (senior)- gold

Maria Zimmerman (senior)- gold

Emily Gliniecki (senior)- gold

Megan Himm (junior)- gold

Madelyn Lechmaier (junior)- gold

Amelia Pfund (freshman)-gold

Megan Parbs (senior)- silver

Megan Moeller (junior)- silver

Amelia Neuwirth (junior)- silver

Abigail Kesting (junior)- silver

Elizabeth Farley (junior)- silver

Claire & Emma Semenske (junior and freshman)- silver

Kayla Nommensen (junior)- silver

Libby Markgraf (junior)- silver

Josie Jacklin & Brayden Smith (freshmen)- silver

Emilia Lechmaier (freshman)- silver

Rebekah White & Jenna Young (junior)- bronze

Logan Hennen (freshman)- bronze

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