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Three Wyoming Seminary students recently attended Penn State’s inaugural Mock Trial Summer Camp held at State College. The students, all members of Seminary’s Mock Trial team, participated in teams to try three cases and gain experience in preparing for and taking part in mock trial competitions. Each student received an award at the end of the camp. Sophomore Samarth Desai, Shavertown, received the Outstanding Attorney Award; sophomore Nicole Wert, Mountain Top, received the Outstanding Witness Honorable Mention Award; and senior Alxis Boyle, Canadensis, received the Outstanding Attorney Honorable Mention Award. Boyle also was a member of the team that won the camp tournament. Two other Seminary students, senior William Kozar, Clarks Summit, and sophomore Sara Edgar, Coopersburg, attended the annual Mock Trial Academy held in June at North Central College, Naperville, Ill. The 10-day academy is designed for first-year mock trial students. Seminary’s Mock Trial team has been selected to take part in the seventh annual Empire Invitational Mock Trial Competition to be held in October in Brooklyn, N.Y. Mock Trial camp and academy attendees, from left, first row, are Wert, Boyle and Edgar. Second row: Kozar and Desai.

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