Community News Orchard and Rigby shine in first round of House Debates

Orchard and Rigby shine in first round of House Debates

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Wednesday, 12 October 2011
 

 The first round of Trinity College School’s House Debates took place on Tuesday, October 4th, with students debating the resolution “that failure is beneficial.”

There was a tie atop the Junior standings, with Meagan Moulton of Wright House and Scottite Melanie Yuen each scoring 110 points, They were followed, in order, by Kieran Mathew of Orchard, Meggie Hodgson of Scott and Ebe Wa-Kyendo of Brent House. Melanie Yuen and Meggie Hodgson combined to give Scott House top team honours, with Meagan Moulton and Dani Carmichael of Wright in the runner-up spot.

After one round of debate, Rigby House has the overall lead in the Junior division, with two wins and no losses.

In the Senior debates, Max Kaufmann of Hodgetts was the top individual. Runners-up, in order, were Ketchumite Sophie Roberts, Mason Howe of Bethune and Burnsite Meredith Fraser. Max Kaufmann and Louis Burke earned top teams honours for Hodgetts, followed by Meredith Fraser and Magda Reckendrees representing Burns.

Overall, Ketchum and Orchard ended the day tied for the lead in the Senior division, each with a record of two wins and no losses.

Combining Junior and Senior results, Orchard and Rigby stand atop the rankings with records of three wins and one tie.

 

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