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June 27, 2013Savannah, MO |  By: Liggett

Noah Jermain

A local high school student has become the 2013 National Champion in Humorous Interpretation for the National Forensics League Honor Society for Speech and Debate.

Noah Jermain from Savannah High School placed first out of 249 competitors in Birmingham, Alabama. The competition lasted from June 17th to the 21st. Over 3,000 students competed in all of the main events.