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MCS VOX Knights rock recent competitions

(MCS) — Members of Mount Carmel School’s newest club, VOX Knights, fared well in recent competitions held by the Primary Grade Forensic League, National Speech and Debate Association, the National Junior Speech and Debate Association, and the International Thespian Society.

In PGFC, the following placed in the K-2 division: Jaze Enzo San Nicolas (3rd place, Readers Forum Masters, and 4th place, Impromptu), Remiegem Melchor (5th place, Readers Forum Masters), and Zian Michael Obnimaga (5th place, Readers Forum Masters). In the PGFC 3-5 division, the followed placed: Heleyna Dela Santa (1st place, Readers Forum Masters, 5th place, Impromptu), Valerie Ann Estalla (1st place, Impromptu, 5th place, Readers Forum Masters), Justin Mallari (1st place, Impromptu, 5th place, Readers Forum Masters), Sarah Jane Melchor (2nd place, Readers Forum Masters), Annieshka Arreza (3rd place, Readers Forum Masters), Mikaehla Paige Mendoza (3rd place, Impromptu), and Laura Mareham (4th place, Impromptu).

Junior high and high school VOX Knights who landed top spots in a recent NSDA/NJSDA competition gather for group photo with VOX Knights officers.Junior high and high school VOX Knights who landed top spots in a recent NSDA/NJSDA competition gather for group photo with VOX Knights officers.

In NJSDA, the following placed: Kyla Cabrera (1st place, Poetry Masters, 2nd place, Duo Interpretation, 5th place, Impromptu), Renne Kiser (1st place, Impromptu, 2nd place, Duo Interpretation, 3rd place, Poetry Masters), Hannah Lacap (2nd place, Poetry Masters, 4th place, Impromptu), Jill Ann Mallari (1st place, Original Oratory, 1st place, Poetry Masters), Raesyl Gerard Solis (4th place, Original Oratory, 4th place, Poetry Masters), and Monique Duenas (4th place, Poetry Masters).

In NSDA, the following placed: Jeff Melchor (1st place, Dramatic Interpretation, 1st place, Impromptu, 5th place, Poetry Masters, 5th place, Prose Masters), Amy Rose Cabanting (2nd place, Dramatic Interpretation, 2nd place, Poetry Masters), Erica Cunanan (3rd place, Dramatic Interpretation), Michelle Palacios (1st place, Carolinian Speech, 4th place, Dramatic Interpretation, 5th place, Chamorro speech), Lletyon Andre Javier (3rd place, Original Oratory), Jim Michael Ham (3rd place, Impromptu, 4th place, Original Oratory), Joanie Paraiso (3rd place, Commentary, 4th place, US Extemporaneous), Reica Ramirez, 2nd place International Extemporaneous, 2nd place, Impromptu), and Jonelle Toskas (2nd place, Chamorro Speech, 3rd place, Poetry Masters, and 5th place, Expository).

Elementary VOX Knights who landed top spots in a recent PGFC competition gather for a group photo with VOX Knights officers.  MCS photosElementary VOX Knights who landed top spots in a recent PGFC competition gather for a group photo with VOX Knights officers. MCS photos

In ITS, Jan Bobadilla took 1st place in his film category and Kalea Borja and Alvin Palacios too 3rd place in their film category.

Over the years, hundreds of Mount Carmel School Knights of all ages have distinguished themselves as accomplished orators who have won countless PGFC, NJSDA, and NSDA 1st place ribbons, seven CNMI Mock Trial Championships, and 18 wins in the annual Attorney General’s Cup Speech Competition. Capitalizing on this impressive track record, this year, speakers and debaters at the school came together to form a new club, VOX Knights.

Taking its name from the Latin word for voice, VOX Knights brings together students of all grade levels who use their voice in various interscholastic competitions, including NSDA, NJSDA, PGFC, Mock Trial, and ITS. Together, these students have committed themselves to the club’s mission to “dicere veritas et iustitia,” which in Latin means, “speak truth and justice.”