Tribune staff reports
Fourteen acts competed for the top spot in the Brownstown Central High School Drama Club’s fifth annual talent show competition held April 12 in the school auditorium.
Senior Jamah Wilkerson, who performed an original contemporary dance to “Ghost” finished first in the event, which was called “Go Wild.”
Junior Aspen Cooper finished second after performing “Cups (When I’m Gone)” and sophomores, Sarah Adams, Emily Bridges and Brittany Isaacs, placed third after singing “What a Wonderful World.”
The emcees, also known as safari guides, for the talent show were junior Dakota Cockerham and senior Jamie Toppe.
Other participants were Kelsie Pullen, Colton Fleetwood, Hunter Wells, Caylen Fortino, Clate Kaiser, Morgan Myers, Ciara Fisher, Kayla Christen, Avri Hackman, Alyson Nash, Braden Prince, Will Hughes, Zach Williams, Megan Fleetwood, and Shelby Judge.
Judges were Caroline Swartwood, Randy Greene and Tim Perry, and judging was based on stage presence, technical talent, originality, creativity, achievement of intended effect, appropriate length, artful beginning and ending, mistake-free and professional quality.
The Peoples Bank, Snappy’s, McDonald’s, Arby’s, Cummins, Family Drug, Rally’s and Anytime Florals & Gifts donated prizes for the show.
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