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Seminary Mock Trial Team advances to state competition

March 20. 2013 4:02PM
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The Wyoming Seminary Mock Trial team will represent Region 5 in the State Mock Trial Competition on Friday and Saturday in Harrisburg. The team advanced to this competition after defeating Nazareth High School in the 2013 Regional High School Mock Trial Competition held on March 12 in the William J. Nealon Federal Courthouse in Scranton. This is the fourth time in six years that the Seminary team is competing in the state tournament. The competition will feature the top 12 Mock Trial teams in Pennsylvania. Two members of the team were honored with special awards at the Scranton competition. Co-captain Caroline Reppert, Kingston, received the Outstanding Attorney Award and Salvadore Diaz, Avoca, received the Outstanding Witness Award. With the Hon. Judge Thomas I. Vanaskie, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, at the Scranton competition, from left: Leah Goldberg, Wilkes-Barre, team co-captain; Reppert; Diaz; Sara Edgar, Coopersburg; Alaina Schukraft, Dallas; Alxis Boyle, Canadensis; Spencer Norris, Mountain Top; and Christina Thomas, Drums. Also participating were Adam Carlisle, teacher coach; Justin Naylor, teacher coach; Nicole M. Santo, Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn P.C., attorney adviser; and Clancy Boylan, Fellerman & Ciarimboli Law, P.C., attorney adviser.

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