The Danville High School forensics team won awards at three December speech tournaments in Kentucky and Virginia.
Danville placed second at the Western Kentucky University Hilltopper in Bowling Green and second at the Grant County Home of the Braves in Dry Ridge.
Boone County won both events with Louisville Assumption third at Grant and Graves County third at WKU.
Additionally, five students from DHS competed at the George Mason University Patriot Games in Fairfax, Va., bringing home four awards in a field of 72 schools from 26 states.
The students also toured the Capitol courtesy of Congressman Ben Chandler's office while in the D.C. area.
DHS will next compete at the Henry Clay Speak of the Devil on Jan. 10.
Individual awards from each tournament are listed below.
Grant County awards: Jamie Mohan, first Congress and impromptu, and third extemporaneous; Jared Rehberg, second Congress and extemporaneous and third Impromptu; Cole Steber, third Congress; Madeline Salinas: sixth declamation; Olivia Allen, first dramatic interpretation and fourth poetry; Katie Ward, sixth dramatic interpretation; Drew Lane, sixth humorous interpretation; Lyida Pope, third oratory; and Maggie Tirey, second poetry.