Greer's Savoy finished second in Lincoln-Douglas Debate

Published on Tuesday, October 15, 2013

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Jonathan Savor, from Greer, finished second in Lincoln-Douglas Debate.

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Jonathan Savor, from Greer, finished second in Lincoln-Douglas Debate.

Jonathan Savoy of Greer won second place in the Novice Lincoln-Douglas Debate at the North Mecklenburg Viking Classic in Charlotte on Saturday. Savoy’s debate topic was “Resolved: Civil disobedience in a democracy is morally justified”.

Savoy is a member of the Bob Jones Academy Speech and Debate team who were recognized for outstanding achievement. The event featured 600 competitors from 39 schools in the tri-state area.

Bob Jones Academy students recognized for placing in the tournament were:

Novice Lincoln-Douglas Debate  

Jonathan Savoy of Greer, 2nd


Lauren Jacquette of Taylors, 3rd

Children’s Literature

Michael Leung of Simpsonville, 4th

Duo Interpretation

Elliot Lovegrove of Greenville and Haley Brammer of Greenville, 6th

Caleb Miller of Greenville and Mary MacDonald of Greer, 7th

Impromptu Speaking

Jacquelynne Perry of Greenville, 11th place





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