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Crockett Middle School Named Bi-District Champ in One Act Play Competition

(FORT BEND ISD) – Crockett Middle School continued its award-winning season, earning first place in the 2022 Bi-District UIL One Act Play contest, held at George Ranch High School. The ensemble presented “Lift Every Voice,” and was directed by Kedrick Brown and Terrell Davenport. Crockett was also named District champion of this year’s competition.

At the bi-district round, Thornton was named 3rd place winner for their piece, “Things Fall (Meanwhile),” directed by Rachel Mendoza and Greg Scurria, and Fort Settlement earned 5th place for their production of “For Feet’s Sake,” directed by Jason Duga and Reagan Morgan.

Bi-district individual honors included:

Best Performer – Nia Williams (Crockett Middle School)

Best Crew – Crockett Middle School

All-Star Cast Belen Maingot Materon (Fort Settlement Middle School) Anna Sacco (Thornton Middle School) Natalee Madrid (Crockett Middle School)

Honorable Mention All-Star Cast Alex Moreno (Crockett Middle School) Hannah Varughese (Thornton Middle School) Heather Nguyen (Fort Settlement Middle School) Braylon McMorris (Thornton Middle School) Emile Haddad (Fort Settlement Middle School)

All-Star Technician Zoe Wong (Fort Settlement Middle School) Hope Igbani (Crockett Middle School) Sophia Rogado (Thornton Middle School)


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