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McIntosh High School’s state champion debate team was honored March 24 by the Fayette County Board of Education. Pictured, from left, are teacher and debate coach Ward Abel and students John Hamlin, Elizabeth Roshelli, Christian Carr, Alex Marty, Stephen Black and Kyle Bligen. Photo/Ben Nelms.

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State Champs!

You all clearly understand the first rule of successful debate I am sure:

Questions or challenges should be professional. Insulting, condescending, or comments involving personal language or attacks are unacceptable in an effective debate.

Congratulations again.

A winning combination ! Congratulations!

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