YSU Ethics Bowl team heads to national competition

YSU Ethics Bowl team heads to national competition


For the fourth-consecutive year, Youngstown State University’s Ethics Bowl team is headed to the national finals after again placing first in the regional competition in Indianapolis.

The five-student Penguin team won the 20th Annual Central States Regional Ethics Bowl at Marian University in Indianapolis on Nov. 3 and will compete in the 2019 National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl in March in Baltimore. Members of the winning YSU team are Samantha Fritz, Jacob Tomory, Brian Duricy, Eva Lamberson and Moataz Abdelrasoul.

Another YSU team finished fifth in the regional competition and also would have qualified for the national contest except that two teams from the same school are not allowed to move on.

Members of the second team are Kitwanna Bailey, Anna Maria Jadue, Erik Glasgow, Dorcas Gitimu and Nickiforos Mastorides.

Food pantry


Brookfield Local Schools and Second Harvest Food Bank have partnered together to create the Warrior Food Pantry. The pantry is located in Brookfield Middle School, 314 Bedford Road SE, but is available for students of all grades.

Canfied named one of nation’s top schools


Canfield High School was recently named one of the top 100 schools nationwide by the National Speech and Debate Association for the eighth-consecutive year.

Canfield was also ranked in the top 3 percent of schools nationwide for the number of participating students in the speech and debate program and degrees they have earned through competition.

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