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Savannah Teen Wins Big at National Debate Tournament

An area teen is using his impression of a past leader to put him through college.
(SAVANNAH, Mo.) A Savannah High School Junior beat out 3,000 students at the National Speech and Debate Tournament in Alabama.

Noah Jermain's spot-on impression of President George W. Bush earned him a $6,000 scholarship.

His family supported him for the past year as he developed this sketch.

"To be honest I can't tell what's more amazing, either winning the entire thing or all the love and support I got from everyone because it's truly amazing.  I have amazing friends and family and I couldn't thank them enough," said Jermain.

"I greatly enjoy interacting with him, especially the piece that he did this year. It was great because we enjoyed the voices that he was doing," said Noah's father, Gary Jermain.

The Jermain family is already brainstorming ideas for next year's sketch.
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