THE 2015 BOYS TENNIS TEAM: THIRD PLACE AT STATE OVERALL, FLETCHER SCOTT INDIVIDUAL SINGLES STATE CHAMPION, BRAD FRYE SECOND PLACE INDIVIDUAL SINGLES, BEN ABBAS AND STEVEN KETCHMARK THIRD PLACE IN DOUBLES.
THE 2015 BOYS GOLF TEAM: 2015 MSHSAA STATE CHAMPS
THE 2015 BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: 2015 MSHSAA STATE CHAMPS
THE BARSTOW BOYS VARSITY SOCCER TEAM: 2014 MSHSAA STATE CHAMPS
Barstow Middle School debaters picked up 20 trophies on Thursday night at Northwest Middle School, bringing the season total to 39 trophies after just two tournaments.
All varsity teams awards were from Barstow--first to Phoebe Brous and Jacqueline Tingle, second to Miles Luce and Aasim Hawa, third to Jed Scott and Joe Sheeran, fourth to Ali Yoon and Amanda Munsell, and fifth to Ryan Lang and Ajay Guduputi.
Varsity speaker awards went to Phoebe, second; Aasim, third; Amanda fourth; and Jed, fifth. Albert Park won third place in the Novice speaker award category.
In Novice team, Lexi Dixon and Riley Weaver were third, and Tommy Tietjen and Sebastian Neumann finished fourth.
Barstow took second in sweepstakes, adding the twentieth award. Since Barstow only competes in two of the four events offered, a second place finish is remarkable.
Linda Collier has been awarded the Second Diamond degree of membership in the National Speech & Debate Association's Honor Society. Under her leadership, her students have earned more than 30,000 points through speech and debate presentations, competition and service.
She will be recognized for her award at the 2016 National Speech and Debate Tournament in Salt Lake City, Utah on Thursday, June 16, 2016 and will be featured in the next issue of Rostrum magazine.
Barstow hosted The Second Annual Barstow Middle School Debate Tournament, the largest debate tournament in Kansas City history with over 320 attendees, on October 27. Barstow claimed second place overall in the tournament. In Novice policy, Sebastian Neumann and Sunil Reiland won the first place team award, and Sebastian was the top speaker. Phoebe Brous won top speaker and first place team with Jacqueline Tingle. Ali Yoon won second place speaker and second place team with Addie Schmidt. Saketh Balmoori won third place speaker. Miles Luce and Aasim Hawa took third place team, and Aasim won fourth place speaker. Ajay Guduputi won fourth place team.
Congratulations to Lauren Bernard '16 who has been selected as a representative for the Leo Club Program Advisory Board! She is one of two representatives from the U.S. and one of thirteen Leos worldwide to be chosen for this honor!