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Clark Speech and Debate Places 4th at Rancho Tournament

This past weekend, the Clark Speech and Debate team competed in another tournament at Rancho High School. Over one thousand students from schools across Las Vegas competed this weekend, making it the largest tournament of the year so far. “The Clark High School Speech and Debate team has made incredible strides this year,” says Clark’s Speech and Debate President Manushri Desai, 12. “We…

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