Tahoma High's We The People team wins Washington state competition, will compete in nationals in Washington, D.C. in April | Slide Show

Tahoma High's We the People mock Congressional debate team won the Washington state championship again in Olympia on Saturday and will head to Washington, D.C. in April.

"On behalf of these students I would like to thank their teachers and my Tahoma colleagues who helped in this effort," wrote Gretchen Wulfing, We the People advisor, in an email to district staff. "From encouraging students, to helping with research, to doing run-through’s, or just making me laugh – we are so grateful to all of you. In my world, everything takes a village, and I am blessed by my Tahoma village."

The team is: Nathan Farnsworth, Sarah Fuller, Mark Gato, Katie Hartke, Matt Horne, Kristen Jamieson, Oliver Kombol, Kaitlin Lowe, Emily Martin, Allanah Miller, Sadie Nelson, Emily Page, Julianne Reilly, Thomas Reinhard, Justin Ross, Lora Sonnen, Grace Taylor, Kendall Thiele, Clara Tibbetts, Harrison Waldock, Caitlyn Ward and Barrett Weston.



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