Two debaters from Lincoln College Preparatory Academy — Ellen Baker (left) and Monica Medeiros — ran undefeated past powerhouse teams from Blue Springs, Lee’s Summit and Pembroke Hill to win the policy debate event in the Show-Me National Speech and Debate Association district championships. The team, including coach Sohail Jouya (center), recently celebrated their success.
Two debaters from Lincoln College Preparatory Academy — Ellen Baker (left) and Monica Medeiros — ran undefeated past powerhouse teams from Blue Springs, Lee’s Summit and Pembroke Hill to win the policy debate event in the Show-Me National Speech and Debate Association district championships. The team, including coach Sohail Jouya (center), recently celebrated their success. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star
Two debaters from Lincoln College Preparatory Academy — Ellen Baker (left) and Monica Medeiros — ran undefeated past powerhouse teams from Blue Springs, Lee’s Summit and Pembroke Hill to win the policy debate event in the Show-Me National Speech and Debate Association district championships. The team, including coach Sohail Jouya (center), recently celebrated their success. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star

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