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Two LPS high schools advance to state one-acts

Lincoln High School and Lincoln North Star High School have advanced to the state one-act competition in Norfolk this Friday, Dec. 7.

Lincoln High placed second in the A-1 district with its production of “Cyrano De Bergerac.” North Star placed second in the A-2 district with its rendition of “Orphan Train.” Both schools will compete Friday, with North Star’s performance at 3:45 p.m. and Lincoln High at 6 p.m.

Lincoln Southeast and Lincoln East high schools placed third in their districts, while Lincoln Northeast High School placed sixth at district competition.

Below are the student actors who received acting awards during the district competition:

East High School

Helena Muller
Carlee Riddle
Nora Guerrero
Erin Bell
Turner Thompson
Pierce Yates
Jaylin White
Mathew Duhs
Blake Sayers
Clara Gillot
Sophie Holihan
Rose Jorgensen
Rhett Bothwell
Lily Okelberry
Emily Jackson
Truman Thompson
Lynsey Kennedy
Katie Kennedy
Michael Frandolig
Emily Alexander
Kaylee Adamson
Elena Watts
Jazzmyne Bouwens
Julia Zeleny
Avary Ranslem
Skylar Peterson

Lincoln High School

Meg Arenz
Ben Arenz
Asher Metzner
Jackson Mikkelsen
Carter Yost
Carmen Blum
Jacob Vanderford
Evan Works
Charlotte Gutherie
Ethan Rask
Spencer Satore
Carl Shack
Ian Harding

 

North Star High School

Kiley Kahler
George Gudgel
Noah Trumble
Fahad Tran
Brody Vesely
Zach Wendling
Emma McCormick
Abigail Rosenthal
Christine Trinh
Cailey Wills
Paige Howland
Seth Messersmith
Aaliyah Pekarek Agbo

Northeast High School

Ari Baker
Grant Ferrell
Skye Kowalski
Michelle Nguyen

Southeast High School

Samuel Province
Helen Howard
Hannah Romell
Sadie Prenda
Allison FitzSimmons
Cameron Field
Jack Dobson
Wyatt Tiangco
Walter Turner
Jordan Antoine
Marshall Lanka
Anna Hageman
Morgan Murphy
Carlie Thompson
Julia Ainsley

Lincoln High School One-Act troupe


Published: December 5, 2018, Updated: December 5, 2018