Tri-County students shine at competition


Tri-County Technical College students swept the top prizes at the 2016 South Carolina Speech and Theater Association’s Annual College Festival Competition, taking home the overall college championship, the overall individual student award and placing in seven different events. From left to right are Jordan Cook, an Associate of Science major from Columbia, who placed first in Persuasive and Informative Speaking; Emily Wyndham, an Associate of Arts major from Fort Mill, who placed third in Persuasive Speaking; and Chelsea Adams, an Associate of Science major from Westminster, who took the event’s highest individual award, the Triathlon Award for best overall performance by an individual. Adams also placed first in Prose Interpretation, first in Audition Monologues and second in Persuasive Speaking; Tara Lenertz, a University Transfer major, from Clemson; Dillon Sierra, an Associate of Arts major from Clemson, who placed first in Impromptu Speaking; and Endia Jones, a Media Arts Production major from Anderson, who placed second in Poetry Interpretation and third in Storytelling.


Photo courtesy of Tri-County Technical College

Tri-County Technical College students swept the top prizes at the 2016 South Carolina Speech and Theater Association’s Annual College Festival Competition, taking home the overall college championship, the overall individual student award and placing in seven different events. From left to right are Jordan Cook, an Associate of Science major from Columbia, who placed first in Persuasive and Informative Speaking; Emily Wyndham, an Associate of Arts major from Fort Mill, who placed third in Persuasive Speaking; and Chelsea Adams, an Associate of Science major from Westminster, who took the event’s highest individual award, the Triathlon Award for best overall performance by an individual. Adams also placed first in Prose Interpretation, first in Audition Monologues and second in Persuasive Speaking; Tara Lenertz, a University Transfer major, from Clemson; Dillon Sierra, an Associate of Arts major from Clemson, who placed first in Impromptu Speaking; and Endia Jones, a Media Arts Production major from Anderson, who placed second in Poetry Interpretation and third in Storytelling.

Tri-County Technical College students swept the top prizes at the 2016 South Carolina Speech and Theater Association’s Annual College Festival Competition, taking home the overall college championship, the overall individual student award and placing in seven different events. From left to right are Jordan Cook, an Associate of Science major from Columbia, who placed first in Persuasive and Informative Speaking; Emily Wyndham, an Associate of Arts major from Fort Mill, who placed third in Persuasive Speaking; and Chelsea Adams, an Associate of Science major from Westminster, who took the event’s highest individual award, the Triathlon Award for best overall performance by an individual. Adams also placed first in Prose Interpretation, first in Audition Monologues and second in Persuasive Speaking; Tara Lenertz, a University Transfer major, from Clemson; Dillon Sierra, an Associate of Arts major from Clemson, who placed first in Impromptu Speaking; and Endia Jones, a Media Arts Production major from Anderson, who placed second in Poetry Interpretation and third in Storytelling.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_tctcspeechawards.jpgTri-County Technical College students swept the top prizes at the 2016 South Carolina Speech and Theater Association’s Annual College Festival Competition, taking home the overall college championship, the overall individual student award and placing in seven different events. From left to right are Jordan Cook, an Associate of Science major from Columbia, who placed first in Persuasive and Informative Speaking; Emily Wyndham, an Associate of Arts major from Fort Mill, who placed third in Persuasive Speaking; and Chelsea Adams, an Associate of Science major from Westminster, who took the event’s highest individual award, the Triathlon Award for best overall performance by an individual. Adams also placed first in Prose Interpretation, first in Audition Monologues and second in Persuasive Speaking; Tara Lenertz, a University Transfer major, from Clemson; Dillon Sierra, an Associate of Arts major from Clemson, who placed first in Impromptu Speaking; and Endia Jones, a Media Arts Production major from Anderson, who placed second in Poetry Interpretation and third in Storytelling. Photo courtesy of Tri-County Technical College
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