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Bozeman High speech and debate wins Missoula tournament

Bozeman High School’s Hawkers speech and debate team won first place Saturday in the Missoula Garden City Speech and Debate Invitational tournament.

Some 700 students from 21 varsity teams large and small competed in the two-day tournament, which was the largest in the state so far this season. Among the large AA schools, Bozeman placed first with 185.5 points. Flathead High was second with 120.5 points, and Glacier High was third with 109.5 points. Fourteen AA schools competed, from Helena, Missoula, Butte, Billings, Great Falls, Kalispell and Bozeman.

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