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     You may believe being called dramatic could be an insult, but for the 13 kids of speech and drama, they practice for the title.

     This year speech and drama is co-coached by Addie Pittman and Keaton Ramm. They have 13 students who practice twice a week in order to prepare for their first meet November 3 in Billings.

     The club, formerly coached by Kari Blaylock, is the biggest speech and drama club so far, beating last years member count of 12. Pittman is coaching 11 of the students while Ramm coaches two.

     The team has plans to have every member qualify for state at divisionals, which requires being in the top 16 of their event. Last year they accomplished this and the hope is to do it again.