Doug Miller Paradigm

Last changed 4/13 4:38P CDT

Assistant Coach at Lake Highland Prep in Orlando, FL

Formerly of Fairmont Prep (CA), Ransom Everglades (FL) & Pembroke Hill (MO)

Coached for 15 years – Have coached all events. Have coached both national circuit policy & PF.

Public Forum Paradigm

Short Version

  1. If you want me to evaluate anything in the final focus you MUST extend it in the summary.
  2. Absent any other framing arguments, I will default to an utilitarian offense/defense paradigm.
  3. Narrow the 2nd half of the round down to one key contention-level impact story and 1-2 key answers on your opponents’ case.
  4. No new cards in 2nd Summary. No new cards in 1st Summary unless directly in response to new 2nd Rebuttal arguments.
  5. Make sure you evidence really says what you say it does.

Long Version

1. Summary extension

If you want me to evaluate anything in the final focus you MUST extend it in the summary. Yes, that includes defense & turns from the rebuttal. In fact, that especially includes defense & turns from the rebuttal. If you want to go for it in the FF, make sure your partner knows to extend it. Even if it is the best argument I’ve ever heard, failure to at least mention it in the summary will result in me giving the argument zero weight in my decision. Basically, too many 2nd speakers just ignore their partner’s summary speech. Attempting to extend things that were clearly dropped in the Summary will result in a lowering of speaker points for the 2nd speaker. This is # 1 on my list for a reason. It plays a major factor in more than half of my decisions. Ignore this advice at your own peril.

2. Offense defense

Absent any other framing arguments, I will default to an utilitarian offense/defense paradigm. Just going for defensive response to the the opposing case in FF won’t be persuasive in front of me. Additionally, I am open to non-traditional framing arguments (e.g. rights, ontology, etc), but you will need to have some pretty clear warrants as to why I should disregard a traditional net offensive advantage for the other team when making my decision.

3. Narrow the final focus

It would be in your best interest to narrow the 2nd half of the round down to one key contention-level impact story and 1-2 key turns on your opponents’ case, and then spend most of your time doing impact comparisons on those issues. Going for all 3 contentions and every turn you read in rebuttal is a great way to lose my ballot. If you just extend everything, you leave it up to me to evaluate the relative important of each of your arguments. This opens the door for judge intervention, and you may not like how I evaluate those impacts. I would much rather you do that thought process for me. I routinely find myself voting for the team that goes all in on EFFECTIVE impact framing on the issue or two they are winning over the team that tries to extend all of their offensive arguments (even if they are winning most of them) at the expense of doing effective impact framing. Strategic choices matter. Not making any choices is a choice in itself, and is usually a bad one.

4. No new cards in 2nd summary

I do not believe that if 2nd rebuttal fails to answer all the 1st rebuttal’s arguments, that they have dropped their case. Answering 1st rebuttal arguments for the first time in 2nd summary is fine, with one major exception. If you need to read new cards to answer the 1st rebuttal arguments, those new cards need to be read in 2nd rebuttal, not 2nd summary. New cross-applications of existing arguments are OK, but any new cards need to be read in rebuttal. Just like with extending things straight into FF & ignoring the summary, I won’t evaluate any of those new carded responses, and your speaker points will take a hit.

5. Theory

I will, and am often eager to, vote on debate theory arguments. That being said, debaters in PF rarely, if ever, know how to debate theory well enough to justify voting on it.

I believe that there are several highly abusive forms of advocacy that have appeared recently that are very bad for PF, and just bad debate in general. I welcome a discussion of those practices in round, and believe that the best way to stamp them out is for teams to make those abuses voting issues in rounds. I won’t vote on these issues unless the objections are raised and effectively argued in-round (e.g. impacted, extended in all the necessary speeches, etc). but I have strong leanings that make me VERY receptive to several theory arguments.

Fiat – Until the “no plans” rule is changed, PF is essentially a whole-resolution debate, no matter how much teams would like for it to be policy. Thus, if teams want to read a specific subset(s) of the resolution, they need to provide some warrants as to why their specific subset(s) of the resolution is the MOST LIKELY form the resolution would take if it were adopted. Trying to specify and only defend a hyper-specific example(s) of the resolution that are unlikely to occur without your fiat is ridiculously abusive without reading a plan text, and makes you a moving target – especially when you clarify your position later in the round to spike out of answers. Plan texts are necessary to fiat something that is unlikely to happen in order to create a stable advocacy. Basically, in my mind, “no plans” = “no fiat.”

Multiple conditional advocacies – Improbable fiated advocacies are bad enough, but when teams read multiple such advocacies and then decide “we’re not going for that one” when the opposing team puts offense on it is the zenith of in-round abuse. Teams debating in front of me should continue to go for their unanswered offensive turns against these “kicked” arguments – I will weigh them in the round, and am somewhat inclined to view such practices as a voter if substantial abuse is demonstrated by the offended team. If you start out with a 3-pronged fiated advocacy, then you darn well better end with it. Severance is bad. If teams are going to choose to kick out of part of their advocacy mid-round, they need to effectively answer any offense on the "to-be-kicked" parts first.

6. Arguments in Crossfire

If you want me to evaluate an argument or card, it needs to be in a speech. Just mentioning it in CF is not sufficient. You can refer to what was said in CF in the next speech, and that will be far more efficient, but it doesn’t exist in my mind until I hear it in a speech.

7. Evidence availability

If you read any evidence, have the card available to hand over. Immediately (within reason, of course). Constructives should have their cards ready to hand over, in order, (probably even in the same document) because you know someone is going to ask for them. And having a bunch of PDF’s that you have to Command-F is not having your cards available. That is just lazy debating. Cut a card like a real debater. If you don’t know what that means, look it up. If you are reading this deep into a judge paradigm, it means you’re a big kid now. Act like it. As far as time is concerned, taking 10 minutes to find a card is inexcusable. At some point, I will just say you can’t find it, and and tell you to move on. This is becoming enough of a problem that I’m considering starting a running clock for “evidence hunting time.” I’m not there yet, but this practice really annoys me (and ALL judges), and needs to be stopped. If you can’t find the card you read in a reasonable amount of time, “Just drop it off the flow,” is not a sufficient recourse. In my mind, that is tantamount to evidence fabrication. If it happens once, I will be annoyed and chastise you after the round, but I’ll likely grudgingly give you the benefit of the doubt. If it happens multiple times, I am likely to be persuaded should the opposing team make such offenses a well-warranted and properly extended theory voting issue in the round.

8. Evidence Quality

I will, on occasion, ask to see key pieces of evidence at the end of the round as I make my decision. If I do ask for cards, and the text of the evidence you provide me doesn't match up with the argument you make in-round (e.g. eggregious power-tagging, taking out of context, etc - basically, more than what I perceive to be an honest mistake), I reserve the right to penalize the team providing the evidence, even if the opposing team does not bring up the quality of the card in question as an issue in the round. Best case for the offending party: I will simply not evaluate the evidence in question and decide the round as though that card has been redacted from the debate, leaving the argument with the same functional weight as an unsupported analytic. Worst case: If I see multiple offenses in the round, see a particularly eggregious offense, or have seen and commented on the team committing the same kind of offense in previous rounds I've judged, I may choose to drop the team solely on evidence quality. This is the one and only form of judge intervention I will engage in, as I have increasingly seen far too many teams get by functionally fabricating evidence and getting away with it because there is simply not enough time for opponents to question each and every card. Someone needs to serve as a check on such practices, and I believe judges should have a hand in that service. Rest assured, I will not decide a round in such fashion often, or without serious cause. I understand the serious ramifications of judges deciding rounds arbitrarially. If I do have a serious enough issue with your evidence to warrant some sort of intervention (which, again, is still very rare for me), I will be very clear in my RFD what the issue was, and how it factored into my decision, so that students can learn to not make the same mistakes again.

9. Evidence citations

You should probably read the citations according to whatever the NSDA says, but I’m not likely to vote on any irregularities (e.g. no date of access) unless the abuses are proven to be especially egregious and substantive in the round.

10. Speaker points

My reference point for “average” is 27.5. That’s where most everyone starts. My default is to evaluate on a scale with steps of 0.1, as opposed to steps of 0.5. Below a 25 means you did something offensive. A true 30.0 in HS debate (on a 0.1 scale) doesn’t exist. It is literally perfect. I can only think of 3 times I have ever given out a 29.6 or higher, and each of them were because of this next thing. My points are almost exclusively based on what you say, not how you say it. I strongly value making good, strategic choices, and those few exceptional scores I’ve given were all because of knowing what was important and going for it / impact framing it, and dumping the unnecessary stuff in the last half of the round.

11. "What's your methodology?"

Asking “What’s the methodology of your study” is a huge pet peeve of mine. Nails on a chalkboard bad. It’s a lazy way of saying, “I don’t really have an answer to this, so I’m just going to ask a bunch of questions about it and hope that clouds the debate enough to make it go away.” Questions about a card / study without evidence/warrants supporting the opposite aren’t arguments against it. They are just tricks debaters who got out-researched use to cover up that they got out-researched. In short, they are defensive only, and are only offensive if there are warrants / evidence as to why the opposite conclusion is true.

12. Ask for additional thoughts on the topic

Even if you’ve read this whole thing, still ask me beforehand. I will probably have some specific thoughts relating to the topic at hand that may be useful.

13. Speed

Notice how I didn't say anything about that above, even though it's the first questions like half of kids ask? Yeah, that's intentional. If you can't fugure out the answer to that quesiton from the numerous comments above, then you really are beyond help. But basically, yes, I can handle your blazing speed, you debate god, you. But it would still probably be a good idea to slow it down there a little, Speed Racer. Quality > quantity.

Policy Paradigm

I debated for 4 years in high school (super old-school, talk-pretty policy), didn't debate in college, and have coached at the HS level for the last 15 years. I am currently the Head Coach at Fairmont Prep in Anaheim, CA, and have previously coached at Ransom Everglades School, in FL, and The Pembroke Hill School in MO.

Overview:

Generally, do what you do, as long as you do it well, and I'll be happy. I prefer big-picture impact framing where you do the comparative work for me. In general, I will tend to default to such analysis, because I want you to do the thinking in the round, not me. My better teams in the past read a great deal of ontology-based Ks (cap, Heidegger, etc), and they often make some level of sense to me, but I'm far from steeped in the literature. I'm happy to evaluate most of the normal disads & cps, but the three general classes of arguments that I usually find less persuasive are identity-based strategies that eschew the topic, politics disads, and to a lesser degree, performance-based arguments. But if any of those are your thing, I would in general prefer you do your thing well than try and do something else that you just aren't comfortable with. I'll go with the quality argument, even if it isn't my personal favorite. I'm not a fan of over-reliance on embedded clash, especially in overviews. I'd rather you put it on the line-by-line. I'm more likely to get it down on my flow and know how to apply it that way, and that's the type of debating I'll reward with higher speaks. Please be sure to be clear on your tags, cites, and theory/analytic blocks. Hard numbering/”And’s” are appreciated, and if you need to, go a little slower on those tags, cites, and theory/analytic blocks to be sure they are clear, distinct, and I get them. Again, effort to do so will be rewarded with higher speaks.

Topicality:

I generally think affs should have to defend the topic, and actually have some sort of plan text / identifiable statement of advocacy. There are very few "rules" of debate, thus allowing tons of leeway for debaters to choose arguments. But debating the topic is usually a pretty good idea in my mind, as most issues, even those relating to the practices and nature of our activity, can usually still be discussed in the context of the topic. I rather strongly default to competing interpretations. I like to see T debates come down to specific abuse stories, how expanding or contracting limits functionally impacts competitive equity, and exactly what types of ground/args are lost/gained by competing interps (case lists are good for this in front of me). I usually buy the most important impact to T as fairness. T is an a priori issue for me, and K-ing T is a less than ideal strategy with me as your judge.

Theory:

If you are going to go for it, go for it. I am unlikely to vote either way on theory via a blippy cheap-shot, unless the entire argument was conceeded. But sometimes, for example, condo bad is the right strategic move for the 2AR, If it's done well, I won't hesitate to decide a round on it. Not a fan of multiple conditional worlds. With the notable exception of usually giving epistemology / ontology-based affs some flexibility on framework needing to come before particulars of implementation, I will vote Neg on reasonable SPEC arguments against policy affs. Affs should be able to articulate what their plan does, and how it works. For that reason, I also give Neg a fair amount of theoretical ground when it comes to process CPs against those affs. Severance is generally bad in my mind. Intrinsicness, less so.

CPs:

Personally, I think a lot of the standard CPs are, in any type of real world sense, ridiculous. The 50 states have never worked together in the way envisioned by the CP. A constitutional convention to increase funding for whatever is laughable. An XO to create a major policy change is just silly. All that being said, these are all legit arguments in the debate world, and I evaluate and vote on them all the time. I guess I just wish Affs were smart enough to realize how dumb and unlikely these args actually are, and would make more legit arguments based on pointing that out. However, I do like PICs, and enjoy a well thought out and deployed advantage CP.

Disads:

Most topic-related disads are fine with me. Pretty standard on that. Just be sure to not leave gaping holes / assumptions in your link chains, and I'm OK. However, I generally don't like the politics disad. I would much rather hear a good senator specific politics scenario instead of the standard “President needs pol cap, plan’s unpopular” stuff, but even then, I'm not a fan. I'll still vote for it if that's what is winning the round, but I may not enjoy doing so. Just as a hint, it would be very easy to convince me that fiat solves for most politics link stories (and, yes, I understand this places me in the minority of judges), and I don't see nearly as much quality ground lost from the intrinsic perm against politics as most. Elections disads, though, don't have those same fiat-related issues, and are totally OK by me.

Criticisms:

I don’t read the lit much, but in spite of that, I really kind of like most of the more "traditional" ontological Ks (cap, security, Heidegger, etc). To me, Ks are about the idea behind the argument, as opposed to pure technical proficiency & card dumping. Thus, the big picture explanation of why the K is "true," even if that is at the expense of reading a few more cards, would be valuable. Bringing through case in the 2NR to directly mitigate some of the Aff advantages is probably pretty smart. I think Negs set an artificially high burden for themselves when they completely drop case and only go for the K in the 2NR, as this means that they have to win 100% access to their “Alt solves the case” or framework args in order for the K to outweigh some super-sketchy and ridiculous, but functionally conceded, extinction scenario from the 1AC. K's based in a framework strategy tend to be more compelling in front of me than K's that rely on the alt to actually solve something (because, let's be honest here - they rarely do). Identity-related arguments are usually not the most compelling in front of me, and I tend to buy strategic attacks against them from the left as more persuasive than attacks from the right.

Random:

I understand that some teams are unbalanced in terms of skill/experience, and that's just the way it goes sometimes. I've coached many teams like that. But I do like to see if both debaters actually know what they are talking about. Thus, your speaks will probably go down if your partner is answering all of your cross-ex questions for you. It won’t impact my decision (I just want to know the answers), but it will impact speaks. Same goes for oral prompting. That being said, I am inclined to give a moderate boost to the person doing the heavy lifting in those cases, as long as they do it respectfully.

Full Judging Record

Tournament Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/3/2017 VPF Quarte Dublin Jerome YZ Walt Whitman RT Neg Neg on a 3-0
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/3/2017 VPF Octos Theodore Roosevelt GK Altamont ZC Neg Neg on a 3-0
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/3/2017 VPF Double Evanston Twp CB Carroll HS - Southlake RM Aff Aff on a 2-1
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/3/2017 VPF Triple Dougherty Valley KB John F. Kennedy HS, Cedar Rapids RP Aff Aff on a 2-1
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/3/2017 VPF R6 Walt Whitman HF Columbus AP Aff
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/3/2017 VPF R4 Chanhassen MW Theodore Roosevelt GM Aff
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/3/2017 VPF R3 Blake GM Edina NI Aff
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/3/2017 VPF R2 Strake Jesuit College Prep AJ Columbus MP Aff
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/3/2017 VPF R1 Blake BJ Walt Whitman TG Aff
Valley Mid America Cup 9/23/2017 PF Quarte Johnston Bujimalla & Snyder Edina Santoni & Paradis Aff Aff on a 2-1
Valley Mid America Cup 9/23/2017 PF Octos Johnston Lucas & Silkin Edina Santoni & Paradis Neg Neg on a 2-1
Capitol Babson 8/8/2017 BABV R4 Dupey Dupey Zhu Alexandra Jing & Zoe Zhang Team Fried Rice Pearl Mallick & Aryan Pradhan Aff
Capitol Babson 8/8/2017 BABV R4 Emily's Mafia Seo-ho Lee & Kyle Troeger Emily's Mafia Felix Liu & Nicole Zhou Neg
Capitol Babson 8/8/2017 BABV R3 Emily's Mafia Andy He & Iona Stephen Gavin's Posse Gilad Kestenberg & Benny Sun Neg
Capitol Babson 8/8/2017 BABV R1 Emily's Mafia Fontaine Liu & Kevin Xiong Gavin's Posse Ysabella Ouyang & Gavin Pu Neg
Capitol Babson 8/8/2017 BABV R1 Gavin's Posse Romano Tucci & Randy Wang Dupey Dupey Zhu Alexander Jin & Shizhong Xu Neg
Capitol Baltimore 7/26/2017 PF R1 Teter Tops Susanna Mkhitaryan & Silvia Aydinyan Joshie Sqaaa Aaron Joy & Saanvi Garg Aff
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2017 PF Semis NSU University RS Harker RP Aff Neg on a 2-1
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2017 PF Quarte NSU University RS Ivy Bridge DP Neg Aff on a 2-1
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2017 PF Octas Mountain Brook CC Potomac Debate CT Aff Aff on a 2-1
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2017 PF Runoff Capitol Debate NP Louisville-Independent TW Aff Neg on a 2-1
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2017 PF R6 Young Leaders BM Ivy Bridge DP Neg
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2017 PF R4 Capitol Debate JY Poly Prep Country Day GG Aff
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2017 PF R2 Potomac Debate CT Ivy Bridge TW Neg
Middle School TOC hosted by UK 5/13/2017 PF R1 Potomac Debate FG Success Academy Bed-Stuy Middle CD Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 SPF Semi Millard North SN Hendrickson HV Aff Aff on a 3-0
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 SPF Qtr Millard North SN Saratoga AR Aff Aff on a 2-1
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 SPF Qtr Blake BM Hendrickson HV Neg Neg on a 3-0
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 SPF Runoff Lake Highland Prep BF Strake Jesuit DD Aff Neg on a 2-1
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 PF Oct Colleyville Heritage LN Princeton BS Aff Aff on a 3-0
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 PF R6 Newton South AP Poly Prep Country Day SS Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 PF R4 Hawken LE Lincoln-Sudbury SW Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/29/2017 SPF R3 Evanston Twp CC Montgomery Blair GH Neg
National Debate Coaches Association National Championships 4/8/2017 PF Semis Lexington HL Blake LM Aff Neg on a 2-1
National Debate Coaches Association National Championships 4/8/2017 PF R4 Blake LM Juan Diego Catholic VN Neg
National Debate Coaches Association National Championships 4/8/2017 PF R3 Hendrick Hudson AB Logan SM Aff
National Debate Coaches Association National Championships 4/8/2017 PF R2 Juan Diego Catholic HB Lexington ZC Neg
National Debate Coaches Association National Championships 4/8/2017 PF R2 Juan Diego Catholic VN Logan GV Aff
King Round Robin 3/24/2017 PFD Semis MisSan CK HorMan KS Neg Aff on a 4-1
King Round Robin 3/24/2017 PFD R6 Marist FC SouCar BM Aff Aff on a 2-0
King Round Robin 3/24/2017 PFD R5 ColHer NL Westwo BS Aff Aff on a 2-0
King Round Robin 3/24/2017 PFD R3 SouCar PF Nueva PC Neg Neg on a 2-0
King Round Robin 3/24/2017 PFD R2 Nueva MS Marist FC Aff Aff on a 2-0
King Round Robin 3/24/2017 PFD R1 HorMan RF StrJes WH Neg Neg on a 2-0
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 JVPF Finals Cypress Bay KN Flintridge Preparatory HJ Aff Aff on a 3-0
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 JVPF Semis Nova 42 TO Flintridge Preparatory HJ Aff Neg on a 2-1
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VPF Octos Charles Flanagan SM Nueva SS Aff Aff on a 2-1
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VPF Double Dougherty Valley MR Charles Flanagan SM Neg Neg on a 3-0
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VPF Triple James Logan SU Charles Flanagan SD Neg Neg on a 3-0
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VPF Triple Cupertino GK Nueva CC Neg Neg on a 3-0
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VPF R6 Cherry Creek CG Presentation KN Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VPF R6 College Prep GM Hamilton KG Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VPF R4 Dougherty Valley SQ Milpitas BJ Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VPF R4 Harker LX La Salle CN Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VPF R2 Cypress Bay HS Los Altos SH Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VPF R2 College Prep DW Elko RW Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VPF R1 Archbishop Mitty AN Presentation KM Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VPF R1 Prep KL Leland LT Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/4/2017 PF Quarte Mission San Jose Wu & Kundassery Grantsville Serr & Christensen Aff Aff on a 3-0
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/4/2017 PF Octos Mission San Jose Gupta & Maunder Northwood Patil & Miskell Aff Aff on a 2-1
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/4/2017 PF Octos Nueva Nickel & Aysola Campbell Hall Selden & Stone-Molloy Aff Neg on a 2-1
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/4/2017 PF Double Carmel Valley Independent Ho & Shi Nueva Conrad & Polissky Neg Neg on a 3-0
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/4/2017 PF Double Oakwood Secondary School - North Hollywood Horowitz & Ripley Salpointe Catholic Gamas & Villanueva Aff Aff on a 3-0
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/4/2017 PF R6 Northwest Career And Technical Gonzales & Hill Milpitas Barat & Tai Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/4/2017 PF R4 Grantsville Serr & Christensen Northwest Career And Technical Ledet & Sarabia Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/4/2017 PF R3 Juan Diego Catholic Vanderveen & Novara Green Valley Hawks & Leong Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/4/2017 PF R2 Salpointe Catholic Walsh & Wells Nueva Santhanam & Waytena Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/4/2017 PF R2 Puyallup Martin & Robinson Rowland Hall-St. Mark's Abdalla & Orford Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/4/2017 PF R1 Salpointe Catholic Smith & Tracy East Alegria & Rockwell Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/4/2017 PF R1 North Hollywood Turkel & Kim Nueva Chin & Cozadd Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PF S Tuto Southlake Carroll PF Ardrey Kell HK Aff Aff on a 4-1
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PF Q Tuto Poly Prep Country Day SS Ardrey Kell HK Neg Neg on a 2-1
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PF OC Tut Colleyville Heritage NL Ft. Lauderdale HS Aff Aff on a 3-0
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PF DO Tut Pinecrest SS Poly Prep Country Day SS Neg Neg on a 3-0
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PF R2 Strake Jesuit WH Delbarton SS Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PF R2 Lovett MS StoneWall PB Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PF R1 Oak Grove SW Altamont LP Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 PF R1 Lexington LH SpeakFirst JS Aff
Ivy Street Round Robin 1/25/2017 PF R5 Colleyville Heritage Oxbridge Academy Aff Aff on a 2-0
Ivy Street Round Robin 1/25/2017 PF R4 Blake School Trinity Prep Neg
Ivy Street Round Robin 1/25/2017 PF R2 Southlake Carroll Marist Aff Aff on a 2-0
Ivy Street Round Robin 1/25/2017 PF R1 Durham Academy Ft. Lauderdale Neg Neg on a 2-0
Copper Classic 1/12/2017 OPF Octofi Rowland Hall-St. Mark's AO Summit Academy MW Aff Aff on a 3-0
Copper Classic 1/12/2017 OPF R5 Ogden WF Summit Academy BD Aff
Copper Classic 1/12/2017 OPF R4 Summit Academy CZ Layton LC Neg
Copper Classic 1/12/2017 OPF R4 Hillcrest YH Herriman CW Aff
Copper Classic 1/12/2017 OPF R3 Juab RS Sky View KM Aff
Copper Classic 1/12/2017 OPF R3 Grantsville SC Copper Hills OT Aff
Arizona St Hugh Downs School of Human Comm Invitational 1/5/2017 VPF Qrtrs Hawken DK La Salle NC Aff Aff on a 3-0
Arizona St Hugh Downs School of Human Comm Invitational 1/5/2017 VPF 3x Coronado BC Valor Christian KL Aff Aff on a 2-1
Arizona St Hugh Downs School of Human Comm Invitational 1/5/2017 NPF Octs Albuquerque RF Catalina Foothills LV Aff Aff on a 3-0
Arizona St Hugh Downs School of Human Comm Invitational 1/5/2017 VPF 3x Dougherty Valley BK Westwood BS Neg Aff on a 2-1
Arizona St Hugh Downs School of Human Comm Invitational 1/5/2017 NPF Octs Salpointe Catholic DT BASIS Scottsdale BI Neg Neg on a 3-0
Arizona St Hugh Downs School of Human Comm Invitational 1/5/2017 VPF R6 Northridge HH Hamilton GK Neg
Arizona St Hugh Downs School of Human Comm Invitational 1/5/2017 VPF R6 Mission San Jose SH Leland LH Neg
Arizona St Hugh Downs School of Human Comm Invitational 1/5/2017 NPF R2 Scottsdale Prep PK Rancho CO Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 PF Double Horace Mann SK Byram Hills UR Aff Aff on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 PF Triple James Madison Memorial VY Madison West HJ Aff Neg on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 PF R6 Evanston Township BF Hopkins MS Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 PF R5 Poly Prep Country Day GM Madison West HJ Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 PFRR R5 Potomac TL James Madison Memorial VY Neg Neg on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 PF R3 Madison West LL Walt Whitman GL Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 PF R3 Millburn BM Evanston Township TO Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 PFRR R1 DuPont Manual BH Blake GM Aff Aff on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 PF R1 Delbarton SS Byram Hills CY Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates hosted by Blake 12/16/2016 PF R1 University OM Homewood-Flossmoor SE Aff
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic 12/9/2016 LD Octo San Marino AN Chaminade CC Aff Aff on a 3-0
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic 12/9/2016 PF Double Carlsbad TV Menlo-Atherton NC Neg Aff on a 2-1
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic 12/9/2016 LD R5 San Marino AN Chaminade EP Aff
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VPF Octas Stuyvesant PJ Hawken EL Aff Aff on a 2-1
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VPF Sextos Nova AB North Allegheny Sr AX Aff Aff on a 3-0
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VPF R7 Liberty AE Evanston Township JO Aff
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VPF R7 Apple Valley BH McDowell SP Neg
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VPF R6 Millburn BZ Middleton BS Aff
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VPF R6 Cranbrook Upper CZ DuPont Manual BH Aff
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VPF R4 Blake GY American Heritage HS - Delray Beach KG Aff
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VPF R4 College Prep LK Stuyvesant RG Neg
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/3/2016 VPF Octafi East Ridge BZ Eastview MD Aff Aff on a 3-0
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/3/2016 VPF Double St Paul KK Walt Whitman MM Neg Neg on a 2-1
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/3/2016 VPF Round St Paul AG Blake BM Aff
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/3/2016 VPF Round Harrisburg PM Cannon Falls SF Aff
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/3/2016 VPF Round Edina KI Madison West JK Aff
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/3/2016 VPF Round Mission San Jose CK Eastview FU Aff
Claremont Bargain Belt Invitational 10/22/2016 PF Semi Riverside STEM GM Sage Hill LL Neg Neg on a 2-1
Claremont Bargain Belt Invitational 10/22/2016 PF Quar Riverside STEM KG Claremont DB Aff Aff on a 2-1
Claremont Bargain Belt Invitational 10/22/2016 PF R4 Riverside STEM VS Bonita Vista RP Neg
Claremont Bargain Belt Invitational 10/22/2016 PF R3 Riverside STEM GS I Poly BT Aff
Claremont Bargain Belt Invitational 10/22/2016 PF R1 Oxford TC Riverside STEM KG Neg
CSU Fullerton Middle and High School Invitational 10/14/2016 O PF Quarte Peninsula KJ La Salle CN Neg Neg on a 2-1
CSU Fullerton Middle and High School Invitational 10/14/2016 M PF Quarte Capitol Debate JY Harker JD Neg Neg on a 2-1
CSU Fullerton Middle and High School Invitational 10/14/2016 O PF R6 Independent Vikings SS University HS - Fresno LE Aff
CSU Fullerton Middle and High School Invitational 10/14/2016 O PF R6 Riverside STEM HS Peninsula ZH Neg
CSU Fullerton Middle and High School Invitational 10/14/2016 M PF Quarte Autonomy Debate LY Magnet NS Neg Neg on a 2-1
CSU Fullerton Middle and High School Invitational 10/14/2016 O PF R5 East Bakersfield QH Riverside STEM GA Neg
CSU Fullerton Middle and High School Invitational 10/14/2016 O PF R5 Del Mar Independent CC Peninsula LJ Aff
CSU Fullerton Middle and High School Invitational 10/14/2016 N PF R3 Troy JP Cambridge CS Neg
CSU Fullerton Middle and High School Invitational 10/14/2016 N PF R3 Riverside STEM YA Yucaipa Ma Neg
CSU Fullerton Middle and High School Invitational 10/14/2016 N PF R2 Yucaipa GP Los Osos GD Aff
CSU Fullerton Middle and High School Invitational 10/14/2016 N PF R2 San Marino JG Riverside STEM AK Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 PFD Octafi Plano West Senior HH Blake GY Neg Neg on a 2-1
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 PFD Double Westwood SB Edina NT Aff Aff on a 2-1
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 PFD Double Lake Highland Prep WH Edina KI Aff Aff on a 3-0
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 PFD R5 Plano West Senior RJ Blake GY Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 PFD R4 Blake LM Kingwood GS Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 PFD R4 Plano Senior MM Trinity Preparatory PT Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 PFD R2 Byron Nelson GH St Mary's Hall MM Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 PFD R2 Blake BM Plano Senior ZK Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 PFD R1 St. John's CF Kempner SS Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 PFD R1 Southlake Carroll FP Edgemont BS Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/30/2016 PF Final Mission San Jose KW Pine View BS Aff Neg on a 2-1
Tournament of Champions 4/30/2016 PF Oct Walt Whitman AA Poly Prep Country Day EH Neg Aff on a 2-1
Tournament of Champions 4/30/2016 PF Runoff Mission San Jose KW Ft. Lauderdale HS Neg Aff on a 2-1
Tournament of Champions 4/30/2016 PF R7 Pine View BS Horace Mann CM Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/30/2016 PF R5 Walt Whitman GK Hunter MM Neg
NDCA National Championships 4/9/2016 PF Semi Lake Highland Prep OS Trinity Prep FP Aff Aff on a 2-1
NDCA National Championships 4/9/2016 PF Quarte Blake GY Lake Highland Prep FN Neg Aff on a 2-1
NDCA National Championships 4/9/2016 PF R6 Ft. Lauderdale BM Southlake Carroll BM Neg
NDCA National Championships 4/9/2016 PF R6 Southlake Carroll SC Presentation KC Neg
NDCA National Championships 4/9/2016 PF R5 Blake GY Marist HM Aff
NDCA National Championships 4/9/2016 PF R5 Lake Highland Prep FN Blake BM Aff
NDCA National Championships 4/9/2016 PF R4 Lake Highland Prep LG Lexington HC Neg
NDCA National Championships 4/9/2016 PF R4 Ft. Lauderdale GH Oxbridge Academy of the Palm Beaches BL Aff
Southern California NSDA District 3/19/2016 PF R6 AH Kim & Palmer AH Gibbs & Singh Aff
Cal Invitational at Berkeley HS Tournament 2/13/2016 VPF Quarte Miramonte GZ Nueva AT Neg Neg on a 3-0
Cal Invitational at Berkeley HS Tournament 2/13/2016 VPF Octos Oakwood School - North Hollywood BG St. Francis VD Aff Neg on a 2-1
Cal Invitational at Berkeley HS Tournament 2/13/2016 VPF Double Dougherty Valley MG Colleyville Heritage NL Neg Neg on a 2-1
Cal Invitational at Berkeley HS Tournament 2/13/2016 VPF Triple St Francis BI Nueva PC Neg Neg on a 3-0
Cal Invitational at Berkeley HS Tournament 2/13/2016 VPF Triple Harker CL Peninsula GF Neg Aff on a 2-1
Cal Invitational at Berkeley HS Tournament 2/13/2016 VPF R6 Cypress Bay PP Plano West Senior HH Aff
Cal Invitational at Berkeley HS Tournament 2/13/2016 VPF R6 Cypress Bay WS Coppell HS Neg
2016 California Round Robin 2/11/2016 PF RR R7 Nueva AT Lake Highland Prep RO Neg Neg on a 2-0
2016 California Round Robin 2/11/2016 PF RR R6 Colleyville Heritage JS Lake Highland Prep RO Neg Neg on a 2-0
2016 California Round Robin 2/11/2016 PF RR R6 Lamar Houston BV Presentation KM Aff Aff on a 2-0
2016 California Round Robin 2/11/2016 PF RR R4 Dougherty Valley MJ Harker HL Neg Neg on a 2-0
2016 California Round Robin 2/11/2016 PF RR R1 Nueva CC Christopher Columbus AL Neg Neg on a 2-0
2016 California Round Robin 2/11/2016 PF RR R1 Harker JR Colleyville Heritage JS Aff Aff on a 2-0
2016 Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/6/2016 PF Double Advanced Technologies TM Harker XC Aff Aff on a 3-0
2016 Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/6/2016 PF Double Juan Diego Catholic WH Seattle KS Aff Aff on a 2-1
2016 Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/6/2016 PF R6 Dougherty Valley MG La Cueva YZ Aff
2016 Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/6/2016 PF R5 Coronado CK Seattle BK Aff
2016 Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2/6/2016 PF R5 Dougherty Valley MT East SV Aff
30th Annual Stanford National Invitational 1/16/2016 VPF Double Presentation KC Harker BC Neg Neg on a 3-0
30th Annual Stanford National Invitational 1/16/2016 VPF Double Lake Highland Prep SN San Marino LW Aff Aff on a 3-0
30th Annual Stanford National Invitational 1/16/2016 VPF Triple Sierra Canyon FK Presentation KC Neg Neg on a 3-0
30th Annual Stanford National Invitational 1/16/2016 VPF R6 Harker KL Chaparral NS Aff
30th Annual Stanford National Invitational 1/16/2016 VPF R6 American Heritage Plantation BB Mission San Jose WK Neg
30th Annual Stanford National Invitational 1/16/2016 VPF R5 College Prep WW Mountain View MJ Aff
30th Annual Stanford National Invitational 1/16/2016 VPF R5 Mission San Jose SH Harker KX Aff
30th Annual Stanford National Invitational 1/16/2016 VPF R4 Geneva School of Boerne GR Saratoga RK Neg
30th Annual Stanford National Invitational 1/16/2016 VPF R4 Saratoga RA Harker MP Aff
30th Annual Stanford National Invitational 1/16/2016 VPF R3 College Prep DM Leland LV Aff
30th Annual Stanford National Invitational 1/16/2016 VPF R3 Leland SC Dougherty Valley SK Neg
30th Annual Stanford National Invitational 1/16/2016 VPF R1 Edgemont JrSr BS Harker HL Neg
30th Annual Stanford National Invitational 1/16/2016 VPF R1 Amador Valley PK Harker JM Neg
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/7/2016 PFD Qrtrs Harker JR Green Valley PA Neg Neg on a 3-0
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/7/2016 PFD R6 Mission San Jose SP BASIS Chandler GZ Aff
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/7/2016 PFD R6 Salpointe Catholic CR Hamilton RW Neg
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/7/2016 PFD R5 Catalina Foothills AC Northwest Career and Technical FG Aff
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/7/2016 PFD R5 Red Mountain GL Foothill BL Neg
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/7/2016 PFD R4 La Cueva ZL Albuquerque MG Aff
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/7/2016 PFD R4 Harker WW Juan Diego Catholic WH Aff
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/7/2016 PFD R2 West BT College Prep GJ Neg
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/7/2016 PFD R2 St. Francis DV Logan CS Aff
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/7/2016 PFD R1 Saratoga RK Green Valley PA Neg
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/7/2016 PFD R1 Northridge GO Juan Diego Catholic LV Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 PF Semifi University FT Ardrey Kell BW Neg Neg on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 PF Double Newton South DS Millburn CP Aff Neg on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 PF Triple Bronx Science FD Hawken EL Aff Neg on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 PF R6 Horace Mann FR Middleton CY Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 PF R5 Delbarton EG Middleton OB Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 PF R5 Horace Mann Ma Eagan DM Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 PF R4 Delbarton AH Eastview BL Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 PF R4 Lake Highland Prep SN Brookfield East MB Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 PFRR R3 Eagan DM Poly Prep Country Day HE Neg Neg on a 3-0
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 PF R3 Marist HM Walt Whitman MM Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 PF R3 Bronx Science AL Eastview HV Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 PFRR R2 Walt Whitman LA Harker BC Aff Aff on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 PFRR R1 Madison West BR University FM Neg Neg on a 2-1
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 PF R1 Horace Mann SS Clovis North OR Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament Hosted by Blake 12/18/2015 PF R1 Harker BC Evanston BC Aff
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic 12/4/2015 PF Quar San Marino WL Green Valley PB Aff Aff on a 2-1
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic 12/4/2015 PF Octo Westview NP Coronado SY Neg Neg on a 2-1
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic 12/4/2015 PF Double Coronado SY San Marino CK Aff Aff on a 3-0
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic 12/4/2015 PF R6 Oakwood North Hollywood HR Canyon Crest LS Neg
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic 12/4/2015 PF R6 Carlsbad BB Milpitas MS Neg
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic 12/4/2015 PF R3 Westview KZ Leland BT Neg
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic 12/4/2015 PF R3 Archbishop Mitty GS Claremont DW Aff
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 PF Octas Nova AB Harker HL Neg Neg on a 2-1
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 PF Sextos Colleyville Heritage LJ Blake GY Neg Neg on a 3-0
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 PF Sextos Brookfield East BN Chanhassen PS Aff Aff on a 3-0
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 PF R5 Lake Highland Prep SN American Heritage Plantation HS Aff
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 PF R5 James Madison Memorial SK Blake GY Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 PF R3 Chesterton WJ North Allegheny AN Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 PF R1 James Madison Memorial PC Walt Whitman WW Neg
The Glenbrooks 11/21/2015 PF R1 William Fremd DA Blake AK Neg
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/16/2015 PF Sexto- Hackley SF Hawken SM Neg Aff on a 2-1
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/16/2015 PF Runoff Newton South PS Horace Mann SK Neg Neg on a 3-0
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/16/2015 PF R7 Walt Whitman AA Blake GY Aff
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/16/2015 PF R7 Horace Mann CM Princeton TS Aff
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/16/2015 PF R6 Summit CC Trinity CM Aff
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/16/2015 PF R6 Walt Whitman MM Stuyvesant GJ Neg
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/16/2015 PF R5 Ridge GM Hunter College MM Neg
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/16/2015 PF R5 Freehold Townshipi EO Horace Mann OG Neg
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/16/2015 PF R4 Horace Mann MT James Madison Memorial VY Aff
New York City Invitational Debate and Speech Tournament 10/16/2015 PF R4 Regis BC Newton South UA Neg
Big Apple Bronx Round Robin 10/15/2015 PF R2 Poly Prep Country Day EH James Madison Memorial SK Aff Aff on a 2-0
Big Apple Bronx Round Robin 10/15/2015 PF R1 Harker KL Poly Prep Country Day EH Neg Neg on a 2-0
Yale Invitational 9/18/2015 PF Octos Regis AA American Heritage Plantation BB Neg Neg on a 3-0
Yale Invitational 9/18/2015 PF Dble-O Durham YD Ardrey Kell BW Neg Neg on a 3-0
Yale Invitational 9/18/2015 PF Rd. 6 Horace Mann CM Millburn BF Aff
Yale Invitational 9/18/2015 PF Rd. 6 Freehold Township Eg Trinity Prep FL Aff
Yale Invitational 9/18/2015 PF Rd. 5 Hackley BF Lake Highland Prep SN Neg
Yale Invitational 9/18/2015 PF Rd. 5 Bronx Science BG West Point Grey OJ Aff
Yale Invitational 9/18/2015 PF Rd. 2 Boston Latin YT McLean SB Aff
Yale Invitational 9/18/2015 PF Rd. 2 Poly Prep Country Day HE Durham LP Aff
Yale Invitational 9/18/2015 PF Rd. 1 University RE Lake Highland Prep NL Neg
Yale Invitational 9/18/2015 PF Rd. 1 New Horizons DN CP Byram Hills WM Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/25/2015 PF Semi Stuyvesant UK Ridge OT Aff Neg on a 2-1
Tournament of Champions 4/25/2015 PF Oct University HC Stuyvesant UK Neg Neg on a 2-1
Tournament of Champions 4/25/2015 PF R7 Blake BG George Washington CQ Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/25/2015 PF R5 Westwood AX Princeton PY Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/25/2015 PF R4 Stuyvesant UK Horace Mann HM Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/25/2015 PF R1 Walt Whitman WW Eagan DM Aff
NDCA National Championships 4/12/2015 PF Semi Poly Prep Country Day EH Harker BR Aff Aff on a 2-1
NDCA National Championships 4/12/2015 PF Quarte Blake BG Bronx Science DB Neg Aff on a 2-1
NDCA National Championships 4/12/2015 PF R5 Presentation KM Byram Hills MR Neg
NDCA National Championships 4/12/2015 PF R2 Bronx Science FD Poly Prep Country Day EH Neg
NDCA National Championships 4/12/2015 PF R1 Lexington MC Bronx Science GK Neg
Southern California NSDA District 3/20/2015 LD R7 Thomson Mountain Neg Neg on a 2-1
Southern California NSDA District 3/20/2015 PF R6 Reddy & Moriarty Chimbili & O'Gara Neg
Southern California NSDA District 3/20/2015 CX R4 Yamout & Merz O'Neill & Kirkpatrick Aff Aff on a 3-0
Southern California NSDA District 3/20/2015 CX R3 Hashmi & Allen Wimsatt & Wimsatt Neg Neg on a 3-0
UPenn Liberty Bell Classic 2/14/2015 PF R8 Bishop O'Dowd WY Myers Park KM Neg Neg on a 2-1
UPenn Liberty Bell Classic 2/14/2015 PF R6 Hendrick Hudson AB Hill KS Aff
UPenn Liberty Bell Classic 2/14/2015 PF R5 Upper Merion RT Bronx Science CF Neg
UPenn Liberty Bell Classic 2/14/2015 PF R1 McLean CW Bronx Science HX Aff
UPenn Liberty Bell Classic 2/14/2015 PF R1 Livingston EH Bronx Science KM Neg
2015 Golden Desert Debates 1/31/2015 PF Octas Harker LK Oakwood Secondary BG Aff Aff on a 3-0
2015 Golden Desert Debates 1/31/2015 PF R6 Green Valley PR BASIS Scottsdale MK Aff
2015 Golden Desert Debates 1/31/2015 PF R6 Chaminade CP LJ Harker WW Aff
2015 Golden Desert Debates 1/31/2015 PF R5 Advanced Technologies FM Albuquerque MF Neg
2015 Golden Desert Debates 1/31/2015 PF R5 Juan Diego Catholic LP Coronado YS Aff
Copper Classic 1/16/2015 OPF R2 Hillcrest HK Taylorsville DL Aff
Copper Classic 1/16/2015 OPF R2 Lone Peak FH West JC Aff
Copper Classic 1/16/2015 OPF R1 Grand County CP Herriman DE Aff
Copper Classic 1/16/2015 OPF R1 Juan Diego Catholic HP Logan SS Aff
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/8/2015 PFD 2x Desert Vista FS Mission San Jose KS Neg Neg on a 2-1
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/8/2015 PFD 2x Presentation JS Harker WB Neg Neg on a 3-0
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/8/2015 PFD R6 Northwest Career and Technical BC Salpointe Catholic GG Neg
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/8/2015 PFD R6 Foothill AH Brophy CP GR Aff
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/8/2015 PFD R5 Albuquerque MH Hamilton MG Neg
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/8/2015 PFD R5 Mesquite OS Harker LJ Aff
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/8/2015 PFD R4 Hamilton Ki Sky View FC Aff
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/8/2015 PFD R4 Northwest Career and Technical MM Chaparral PR Neg
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/8/2015 PFD R3 Lone Peak ZL Catalina Foothills AC Neg
Southwest Championship at Arizona State 1/8/2015 PFD R3 Hamilton SB Juan Diego Catholic AL Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament at Blake 12/19/2014 PF Double Poly Prep Country Day AA Marist AT Aff Aff on a 3-0
John Edie Holiday Tournament at Blake 12/19/2014 PF R6 Walt Whitman JS Western CD Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament at Blake 12/19/2014 PF R6 Manchester Essex DE Oxbridge Academy of the Palm Beaches ST Neg
John Edie Holiday Tournament at Blake 12/19/2014 PF R4 Bronx Science GD Millard West BC Aff
John Edie Holiday Tournament at Blake 12/19/2014 PF R4 Walt Whitman DH Evanston Township AC Aff
New York City Invitational 10/16/2014 PF R7 University LE Lake Mary Prep WL Aff
New York City Invitational 10/16/2014 PF R7 Summit LR Princeton AM Neg
New York City Invitational 10/16/2014 PF R5 Ridge GS Capitol Debate SB Aff
New York City Invitational 10/16/2014 PF R5 Lake Highland BS Princeton MO Aff
New York City Invitational 10/16/2014 PF R2 Harker CH Ridge OJ Neg
New York City Invitational 10/16/2014 PF R1 DuPont Manual KS George Washington CO MZ Neg
New York City Invitational 10/16/2014 PF R1 Nightingale Bamford Co Trinity LR Aff
The Nichols Invitational at Harker 9/27/2014 VAR R5 Mission San Jose WS Nueva PP Neg
The Nichols Invitational at Harker 9/27/2014 VAR R3 Presentation KM St. Francis KT Neg
The Nichols Invitational at Harker 9/27/2014 VAR R2 Milpitas CL Presentation CN Neg