DANVILLE — Danville High School’s Mock Trial teams did well in recent competition in Zanesville. Danville Team Black won both the plaintiff and defense side of this year’s case and will advance to regional competition on Feb. 25, at a location to be determined.
Team members also won individual awards for their performances. Anna Lamb won outstanding attorney and Mariah Cline won outstanding witness in the morning’s match against Granville. In the afternoon trial against Bishop Rosecrans, Brendan Urban earned outstanding attorney honors and Keeley Young was the outstanding witness.
Also serving on Team Black were Morgan Sinnett, Amanda Mickley, Marty Renemans, Molly Mickley and Katie Addair.
Although Danville’s Team Orange had a split decision in the afternoon trial, winning one side and losing the other, Allisyn Morris came away with an outstanding witness award.
Team Orange includes Dustin Stiner, Kristian Young, Jamarcus Hershberger, Dan Alden. Caitlyn Nugent and Breanna Pitsenberger. Alternates are Emma Lamb and Nathaniel Zeune.
The teams’ advisor is Jim Holmes. Its legal guru is Noel Alden of Zelkowitz, Barry and Cullers.
Alden said he is proud of the students for their win at Zanesville.