Leigh High School earned 178 points from three judges to place first and advance to State. They performed “Young Frankenstein”.
Pope John took second with 174 points, just four points behind the winning team with their performance of “The Perils of Lulu.”
Elgin High School, performing “13 Signs You Should Stop Being a Pirate” finished in third place with 167 points.
Earning outstanding action awards were:
Elgin Public — Jaime Hoefer, Hayes Miller, Taya Voborny, Kenneth Bush, Zoey Bergman
Elgin Pope John — Brody Hupp, Madison Dilly, Logan Henn, Nicki Payne, Maddie Schrage
Rounding out the field were Lyons-Decatur Northeast – fourth; Lindsay Holy Family – fifth; Clarkson – sixth, St. Edward – seventh; and Newman Grove – eighth.
Leigh will compete at state against teams from Ansley, Niobrara, Hyannis, Thedford and Hampton.
The 2016 NSAA State Play Production Championships will be held Wednesday, Dec. 7, at the Johnny Carson Theatre in Norfolk.
The PJCC One Act team with their 2nd place plaque. Submitted