PSC Forensics Team Begins Another Winning Season

Two Park Foresters Honored as Tournament Champs

Chicago Heights, IL–(ENEWSPF)– Coming off the heels of last season’s national championship win, the Prairie State College (PSC) Forensics team is on their way to another successful season. The first speech competition of the season spawned two individual tournament championship wins and six individual medals for the team.

Terrance Clanton, of Park Forest, was honored as tournament champion in persuasive speaking while Nadia Crawley, also of Park Forest, was honored as tournament champion in speech to entertain.

Other results are as follows: Kate Mathews, of Lynwood, second place in poetry interpretation; Nico Garcia, of Chicago Heights, second place in program oral interpretation; Christina Sigers, of University Park, third place in dramatic interpretation; September Stanton, of Country Club Hills, fifth place in dramatic interpretation; and Sharnita Redly, of Country Club Hills, sixth place in persuasive speaking and poetry interpretation.

PSC students who also competed in the tournament were Albert Abney, of Harvey; Jim Marx, of Country Club Hills; Herdie Matthews, of Olympia Fields; Sydney Milligan, of Olympia Fields; and Erich Zett, of Park Forest. The team is coached by professors of communication Ed Schwarz, Elighie Wilson, and David Naze.

“We are very excited for our team this year,” said Naze “We are still in the early stages of the season, but it looks to be shaping up with a solid group of students that are representing our program.”