Aidan Kane Paradigm

Last changed 2/13 1:54P CDT

Add me to the email chain: aidankanedebate@gmail.com

Pronouns They/Them

Northside CP Class of 2018

University of Michigan Class of 2022 (Currently Debating On and Off)

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TLDR

Second year university student studying philosophy and environmental sustainability.

If you care, I received multiple TOC bids throughout my career, and qualified my senior year.

No major dispositions to any style of debate, though I typically find myself in the back of mostly clash of civs and K v K debates. That being said, I have judged over 40 rounds on the topic, and am confident in my ability to judge policy rounds as well. Contrary to belief, I did do some policy stuff in my high school days (I have read a soft left corporal punishment aff and a school searches aff senior year, big stick biotech aff junior year).

I'm comfortable with nearly all kritiks, so go wild. My personal strength in debate has been primarily queer and gender theory (I've run Preciado, Halberstam, Spade, Stanley, Irigaray, Puar, and Marquis Bey) and then also high theory (I've run Foucault, Deleuze, Kroker, science fiction, generic Ks like Cap and Security, and sadly Baudrillard).

My voting record has been relatively 50-50 in clash debates.

This is now my second year of judging high school debate, and I've noticed overtime I have become stricter towards 2ARs, so what I'm trying to say is I'm not afraid to protect the 2NR in a lot of instances, and its been happening quite a bit recently. I need to be able to draw a claim and a warrant between the 1AR and the 2AR (and obv the block and 2NR but thats been less of an issue).

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Clash of Civs

Aff (Policy) vs Neg (Kritikal)

Comfortable with mostly every K, identity or pomo are both fine in front of me.

I am a K debater myself, and typically go 1 off K at every tournament I compete at in college. This being said, this probably means I have a slightly higher expectation for K teams' explanation of their stuff.

If you are aff

[Big Stick Affs] I've seen a lot of debates this year of these types of affs just kicking the round against the K. It makes me sad. In these rounds I judge, the 1AC rattles off a shit ton of democracy/hegemony/war impacts and then after the K is read they, rather than defending utilitarian ethics, realism, etc, choose to move the debate farther left, and as such they move the ball in the neg's court, by going for a perm or boring "reform possible" evidence that doesnt help the aff whatsoever. When this is done, I tend to find myself voting neg. If you're reading a big stick aff against a K, defend utilitarianism, realism, IR, extinction, security reps, and make a large case outweighs push and youre in a very good position in front of me.

[Soft Left Affs] These types of affs can be very good against K teams but I do think soft left affs need better defense than "just because we use the state doesnt mean we are the state". You are defending the state tho. Own it. I think the real strategy against Ks is severe mitigation of the alt, a robust permutation coupled with extremely well-developed, ideally carded, link turns.

Generally other thoughts for the aff: The bulk of the 2AC should not be bad outdated pragmatism good cards. I also think if you intend to be going for framework in the 2AR, your interpretation needs to be more than one sentence in the 2AC.

If you are neg

Like I said, I am comfortable with whatever you read. However, this is not an excuse for you not to define buzzwords, explain jargon, etc. Debate is still an educational activity, and if your intention is to just confuse your opponents with philosophy then I won't be happy.

Ks need an external impact that outweighs the aff, or must win a massive turns case scenario. The only case this is not true is if the neg massively wins framework (ie, dont weigh the aff), but that hasnt occurred in front of me very often. I obviously think the best way to win offense against the aff is to pull lines from 1AC evidence. However, I have been saddened not to see this very much in high school debate, so if I see it not only am I likely to give greater weight to the argument, but will also probably boost your speaks.

I would say the biggest weak-point I've observed in rounds where I vote against these teams are when there is extremely little impact calculus. I'm sort of just left weighing ressentiment or gratuitous violence against the aff impacts. If theres substantial time dedicated to impact framing in the 2NR the neg will be way ahead.

I default to expecting K teams to do line by line, etc. That being said, I'm all good for non-traditional strategies however there needs to be a defense of why I should be viewing/evaluating the debate differently than I otherwise would.

I've gone back and forth on how necessary the framework debate is. I used to think it was largely useless, until Kevin Hirn sort of convinced me the other way. I've sort of just concluded that I don't really care either way.

Long overviews are fine in front of me, but are also probably unnecessary.

Aff (Kritikal) vs Neg (Policy)

Like I mentioned above, my voting record in these debates are currently around 50-50. I am very familiar with these rounds. I never went for framework on the neg, but I defend my aff against it at nearly every tournament I have been to in my most recent 4 seasons.

I'm fine with either a counter-interp/competing models of debate strategy or an impact turn strategy from the aff. I am also really fine with any style or impacts on framework, though I do have some preferences (that I note in a bit).

Aff teams please...

I strongly prefer if the aff has some type of method/defends something. I really dislike it when affs so blatantly change what the aff is throughout the course of the debate. Pick something to defend as early as the 1AC and go with it. Affs that have zero advocacy and are just A2: Framework cards will probably make me more incentivized to vote on framework.

Have a clear and organized framework block that are not just clumps of analytics. Maybe some cards too would be nice. Numbered blocks will get a boost in points. If the block is not organized, don't blame me for not picking up random disad number 7 on the flow.

Counterdefining words is probably useful, but not always necessary in my view, especially if the A-strat is an impact turn strategy to the framework standards. If you want me to be far more convinced by a counterinterp strat though, then defining words will help a lot.

In the same vein, dont intentionally attempt to confuse your opponents - debate is an educational activity, so if your reason for not defending a plan is so you can imbue debate with education/perspectives that otherwise could not be presented topically, then you should also be able to clearly communicate what that education/perspective is in a clear and concise manner.

Just to reiterate -- Go for *either* a counterinterp strategy or an impact turn framework strategy. Both can and should be in the 2AC block, but you should be focusing on ONE of these options in the 2AR-- not going for both at once.

Do I vote neg on framework?...

Yes. Like I said, the voting record is pretty even.

I will vote on any type of standard if you win it on a technical level. Fairness could maybe be an impact, but I need a warrant for why it matters unpacked in the block. Theres a lot of debaters I've judged who just say the word fairness and presume its this instantly miraculous impact that automatically comes before all else without any additional explanation. As such, I've observed teams who go for this strategy answer the line-by-line with "but debate is a game so fairness" with no further explanation of what that means or why it implicates the aff's offense. If a framework team can explain to me why debate being a game means procedural fairness comes first, and strongly impacts fairness out, I will certainly vote on it as an impact in itself. However, I think it is far more convincing and worth of the neg's time to attach an impact such as skills, education, agonism, etc as the impact attached to why fairness matters.

You should probably make either a good TVA (with a card ideally) or spend substantial time on a SSD claim. From experience, block strategies typically do a good job of reading and explaining a TVA, but don't spend nearly as much time on SSD arguments, which I think is a shame. "btw the aff could have been read on the neg" is not enough of an explanation in the block for me to consider it a full argument in the 2NR. The block should explain switch side in a way that says the aff could have been read on that neg, and explain why that still solves the aff's offense or solves some external impact of yours.

I think it is strategic to read multiple off against K teams in the 1NC. Either they no link out of it and it makes framework a lot more convincing OR they completely blow it off and you can go for something they have no ink on!

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Kritikal vs Kritikal

These debates are awesome and are super useful to have in the community. *Anything goes here!* These were some of my favorite debates to have in high school and they are certainly my favorite to watch.

I think debate is a constantly transforming activity that should be experimented on in new and innovative ways. I'm totally down to throw out all norms and having the debate round how you all want to have the debate round, just tell me what the best way to adjudicate it is.

Regardless of whether this is still a tech above all else debate or something different, I need both sides to frame the round. What do I evaluate first? How do I weigh impacts? What should my decision center around? The debates are messy and muddled if done wrong - if one team remedies this for me and another team does not, the former team probably wins 99% of the time.

Do whatever style you want. Any well researched strategy that is well thought out as well as personal narratives and forms of self-expression, including poetry, music, etc have worked well in front of me.

I'm personally apathetic to the question of whether the aff gets a perm in these debates. This will just come down to the flow.

Alts are very big in these debates, the more explanation the better.

Not afraid to pull the trigger on floating PIKs in these rounds.

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Policy vs Policy

I feel pretty confident in the back of these debates. For me, a lot of these debates come down to nuanced explanation in which I can draw a line through my flow for not only arguments, but warrants. This seems like a very obvious rule in debate, but more often than not, I have either found myself evaluating debates where there are a ton of arguments "dropped" but those arguments aren't warranted by the team who made them OR having a slight neg bias because of how blatantly new a lot of 2AR explanation is.

Essentially, I hold policy debates to the same level of nuanced explanation as I would a K debate. Take that as you will.

I've also noticed that both sides in these debates try to go for a ton of arguments at once in the final rebuttals, even top level TOC teams, and as such, there are many claims without warrants on my flow. Narrow the debate down to one or two DA links, blow up on one big solvency deficit, etc.

Additionally, If you don't read a rehighlighted card in your speech, I won't consider it.

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Heavy evidence comparison on the definitions is good in front of me.

I default to competing interps, unless I am told otherwise.

Slow down in the last two rebuttals.

I don't know random names of policy affs on this topic, so explain to me what debate looks like under your model instead of just labeling a bunch of affs I'm not familiar with

CPs

I only judge kick IF the neg team says I can/should. I won't do that work for you unless you say I should.

I'll just be real, I'm probably terrible for over-the-top long process multiplank CPs, I need to know how your CP works and how it competes before I vote on it, even if the other team doesnt press on those questions.

Aff teams shouldn't be afraid to go for counterplan theory, I'm very willing to vote on it, especially in the instance of process CPs.

DAs

Dumb DAs with long contrived internal link chains can definitely be beaten in cross-exs calling out their ridiculousness if done right.

Maybe I'm in the minority, but if your uniqueness evidence is "heres a chart", I will be very upset. You should read cards.

Please. Do. Impact Calc.

Impact Turns

These are hella fun. Go crazy. Spark, Warming Good, or Wipeout for all I care. Anything cool will get the neg a huge boost in points if they go for it in the 2NR.

Theory Things

I think I'm more likely to pull the trigger on theory than most judges. Whether it be condo, counterplan theory, or any spec arguments, I'm all for it.

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Speaks

These are mostly in the context of around an octas level bid tournament. Speaks will be adjusted for smaller bid tournaments.

30-29.9 - probably within the top 5 speakers at the tournament

29.6-29.8 - probably within the top 20 speakers at the tournament

29.1-29.5 - will probably clear

28.6-29 - might barely miss clearing, but you still did something I liked

anything below 28.5 varies

Any racism/sexism/anti-queerness will make me give you the lowest points I can.

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Want a 30?

So many debates I've judged are wayyy too serious and tense. I want some comedy! Its been almost two years and I've asked for a joke about the people listed below and haven't even gotten an attempt. If you can make one that makes me audibly laugh I'll genuinely consider the 30. No risk. Let's hear it.

Debate Inspirations

Wayne Tang, James Mollison, Aaron Davis, Pauline Esman, Adam Hausman, Robb Berry, Kylie Vera, and Luther Snagel have all mentored me and shaped how I think about debate.

Other people you can joke about include: Magi Ortiz, Talia Blatt, Kathy Martinez, KJ Reese, Hannah Wolfson, Joshua Harrington, Ben McGraw, Maria Sanchez, and Lukas Taylor.

But thats not fair! I don't know any of these people!

Fineeeee. Maybe not a 30 but definitely a point boost for any Drag Race, Parks and Rec, Big Mouth, or Pokemon (dont judge me>:[ ) references.

Full Judging Record

Tournament Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/13/2020 VCX Octas Whitney Young HO Lexington AA Aff Aff on a 2-1
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/13/2020 VCX Dbls Bronx Science CM Henry W Grady NW Neg Neg on a 2-1
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/13/2020 VCX R7 Maine East PP Lexington BY Neg
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/13/2020 VCX R6 Brooklyn Technical BA Edina SA Neg
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/13/2020 VCX R5 Walter Payton VR Charlestown CP Aff
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/13/2020 JVCX R4 St. Andrew's Episcopal DL SA Midtown West SX Aff
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/13/2020 VCX R3 Henry W Grady KT Bronx Science CM Neg
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/13/2020 VCX R2 Edina AB Lexington BT Neg
46th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/13/2020 VCX R1 Univ Of Chicago Lab KN Nashua HS South AK Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX Double Edina AB North Broward Prep FR Neg Neg on a 3-0
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX R7 Glenbrook South KL North Broward Prep FR Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX R6 Minneapolis South CC Glenbrook South RH Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX R5 SF Roosevelt LT Roseville Area VO Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX R4 CK McClatchy FS Glenbrook South MJ Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX R3 Brooklyn Technical DB Whitney Young LN Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX R2 CK McClatchy PT SF Roosevelt MW Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School 12/20/2019 CX R1 Rosemount Sr FK Edina SA Neg
The Dowling Catholic Paradigm 12/13/2019 CX 32 SF Roosevelt WM Maine East ST Neg Neg on a 3-0
The Dowling Catholic Paradigm 12/13/2019 JVCX R5 Truman BS Barstow PL Neg
The Dowling Catholic Paradigm 12/13/2019 CX R4 Solorio GV Homestead MW Neg
The Dowling Catholic Paradigm 12/13/2019 CX R3 Barstow EW Thomas Kelly RL Aff
The Dowling Catholic Paradigm 12/13/2019 CX R2 Glenbrook North BC Rosemount Sr JN Aff
The Dowling Catholic Paradigm 12/13/2019 CX R1 New Trier JW Edina SA Neg
Spartan Classic at MSU 12/6/2019 Nov R5 Glenbrook North Simon & Catalano Okemos Han & Gan Aff
Spartan Classic at MSU 12/6/2019 O R3 Okemos Nukala & Saffron Northview Nink & Thornell Aff
Spartan Classic at MSU 12/6/2019 Nov R2 East Kentwood Downs & Newblatt Glenbrook North Ibrahim & Jeon Neg
Spartan Classic at MSU 12/6/2019 Nov R1 East Kentwood Brown & Hitchcock-Leverette Glenbrook North Malamud & Jalaluddin Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/23/2019 VCX Semis Coppell DR Whitney Young MM Aff Aff on a 3-0
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/23/2019 VCX Octos Meadows NY Coppell DR Neg Neg on a 3-0
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/23/2019 VCX Sextos Berkeley Prep ZK Coppell DR Neg Neg on a 3-0
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/23/2019 VCX R7 Isidore Newman HD Bronx Science RT Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/23/2019 VCX R6 Denver East BE Washburn Rural SD Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/23/2019 VCX R5 Edina SA Minneapolis South KN Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/23/2019 VCX R4 St Francis SV Solorio VG Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/23/2019 VCX R3 Blue Valley Northwest KV Strath Haven RY Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/23/2019 VCX R2 Chaminade AH Kinkaid PP Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/23/2019 VCX R1 Univ Of Chicago Lab KC Blue Valley Northwest BM Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/30/2019 NCX Semis ADL CC Glenbrook North DW Aff Aff on a 3-0
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/30/2019 NCX Quarte Glenbrook North DW ADL WC Aff Aff on a 3-0
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/30/2019 VCX Double Walter Payton RV ADL PW Neg Aff on a 2-1
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/30/2019 VCX R7 Niles West DS ADL BB Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/30/2019 VCX R6 Univ Of Chicago Lab CK Minneapolis South CC Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/30/2019 VCX R5 North Broward Prep DF Von Steuben BG Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/30/2019 VCX R4 New Trier TT Niles West CK Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/30/2019 JRR R4 Univ Of Chicago Lab Jada Nix & Aaron Kim North Broward Prep Dev Gopal & Jay Gopal Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/30/2019 VCX R3 Maine East SS Glenbrook South MJ Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/30/2019 JRR R3 Casady Alex Barreto & Carlos Henry Caddo Magnet Austin Kiihnl & Eleanora Lawrence Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/30/2019 VCX R2 Univ Of Chicago Lab BB St Ignatius NM Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/30/2019 SRR R1 Lexington Rishi Mukherjee & David Cai North Broward Prep Anna Farronay & Sebastian Rabbini Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/30/2019 NCX R1 Niles West LN Univ Of Chicago Lab DL Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 CX R3 North Star Academy CPHS DT Wayzata HR Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 CX R1 Lane Tech CG St. Vincent De Paul BP Aff
IHSA State Debate Championship 3/14/2019 Policy Quarte New Trier Altman & Kim Glenbrook North Jacobs & Karteczka Aff Aff on a 2-1
IHSA State Debate Championship 3/14/2019 Policy 5 Glenbrook North Nagar & Reznik Glenbrook South Baime & Valiaveedu Aff Aff on a 2-0
IHSA State Debate Championship 3/14/2019 Policy 4 Walter Payton Lawless & Aneesh Whitney Young Wang & Schlosberg Aff Aff on a 2-0
IHSA State Debate Championship 3/14/2019 Policy 3 New Trier Ewing & Kadin Walter Payton Yang & Rivera Aff Aff on a 2-0
IHSA State Debate Championship 3/14/2019 Policy 2 Maine East Monical & Mathew Thomas Kelly Rodriguez & Carmona Neg Neg on a 2-0
IHSA State Debate Championship 3/14/2019 Policy 1 Oak Park and River Forest Griffith & Shafiro New Trier Jo & Wittenmyer Aff
Illinois Debate Coaches Association Novice JV Championship 3/8/2019 JVCX R2 NewTri HM LanTec LG Aff
Illinois Debate Coaches Association Novice JV Championship 3/8/2019 JVCX R1 LanTec BZ MaiEas PP Neg
The Paradigm at Dowling Catholic 12/7/2018 CX 32 Wayzata HL Millard North GC Aff Aff on a 3-0
The Paradigm at Dowling Catholic 12/7/2018 CX R5 Washington WM Rosemount PJ Neg
The Paradigm at Dowling Catholic 12/7/2018 CX R4 Edina OL Washburn Rural KP Neg
The Paradigm at Dowling Catholic 12/7/2018 CX R3 SF Roosevelt WT Glenbrook North BS Aff
The Paradigm at Dowling Catholic 12/7/2018 CX R2 Millard North GC Wayzata HL Neg
The Paradigm at Dowling Catholic 12/7/2018 CX R1 Maine East MM Wayzata CM Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/24/2018 NCX Finals Westminster BW Glenbrook North DG Neg Neg on a 2-1
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/24/2018 VCX Double Maine East SS Glenbrook South KS Aff Neg on a 2-1
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/24/2018 VPF Finals Edgemont NB Cranbrook RZ Aff Aff on a 3-0
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/24/2018 VCX R7 Univ Of Chicago Lab NK McDowell SZ Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/24/2018 VCX R6 New Trier LV Jones DE Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/24/2018 VCX R5 Univ Of Chicago Lab CC Niles North HC Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/24/2018 VCX R4 Walter Payton LA Okemos SZ Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/24/2018 VCX R3 Lindblom Math and Science DS Montgomery Bell BG Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/24/2018 VCX R2 New Trier HM Glenbrook South GS Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament 10/24/2018 VCX R1 Cross Keys KP New Trier KQ Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/31/2018 POL B-S Classic MP PA Classic KAZ KaSh Aff Aff on a 3-0
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/31/2018 POL Octos Hybrid DK BFHPR GM Neg Neg on a 3-0
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/31/2018 POL Double Wayzata HR FFGSV PB Aff Aff on a 2-1
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/31/2018 POL R7 CPPWW NS Classic BO WU Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/31/2018 POL R6 FFGSV MC BFHPR GM Neg
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/31/2018 POL R5 CPPWW KR CPPWW MeSm Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/31/2018 POL R4 K Lab LS Classic FH ARL Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/31/2018 POL R3 Classic FH LL Classic MP AK Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/31/2018 POL R2 K Lab JW Classic MP DY Aff
Michigan Summer Institutes 7/31/2018 POL R1 FFGSV BL JM Lab GK Aff
Illinois Debate Coaches Association JV Novice State Championshi 3/9/2018 NCX Qtrs GleNor BC LanTec JL Aff Aff on a 3-0
Illinois Debate Coaches Association JV Novice State Championshi 3/9/2018 NCX R5 GleSou KS WalPay PS Neg Neg on a 2-0
Illinois Debate Coaches Association JV Novice State Championshi 3/9/2018 NCX R4 Solori RR EvaTwp BD Aff Aff on a 2-0
Illinois Debate Coaches Association JV Novice State Championshi 3/9/2018 NCX R2 GleNor BC NilWes KB Neg Neg on a 2-0
Illinois Debate Coaches Association JV Novice State Championshi 3/9/2018 NCX R1 GleSou MB Solori AG Aff Aff on a 2-0
ETHS Superb Owl 2/2/2018 NCX NCX Qu Glenbrook South LR Glenbrook North BC Aff Aff on a 3-0
ETHS Superb Owl 2/2/2018 NCX Octas New Trier LR Glenbrook South LR Neg Neg on a 3-0
ETHS Superb Owl 2/2/2018 NCX R6 Lane Tech BB New Trier DR Aff
ETHS Superb Owl 2/2/2018 NCX R5 Glenbrook North KK Solorio RM Aff
ETHS Superb Owl 2/2/2018 NCX R4 New Trier LR Glenbrook North SS Aff
ETHS Superb Owl 2/2/2018 NCX R3 Glenbrook North JL Niles West BP Neg
ETHS Superb Owl 2/2/2018 NCX R1 Lane Tech ZR New Trier HV Neg
RCC T3 12/1/2017 NCX NRQ Lane Tech BB Maine East PS Aff Aff on a 3-0
RCC T3 12/1/2017 NCX NR5 Evanston Twp DB Von Steuben GS Aff
RCC T3 12/1/2017 NCX NR4 Jones CP KO Maine East MS Neg
RCC T3 12/1/2017 NCX NR3 Lincoln Park TV Solorio GL Neg
RCC T3 12/1/2017 NCX NR1 Lane Tech ZR TAFT AB Aff
Sun Warrior LS Season Opener RCC T1 10/13/2017 NOV NRQ WalPay PH LanTec GC Aff Aff on a 3-0
Sun Warrior LS Season Opener RCC T1 10/13/2017 NOV NR3 Solori AM LanTec BB Neg
Windy City Classic 9/30/2017 VCX VR4 Walter Payton CP LA Lane Tech PG Aff
Windy City Classic 9/30/2017 VCX VR3 Northside CP BB Northside CP MW Aff
Illinois Debate Coaches Association JVNovice State 3/10/2017 NCX R4 NilWes MB MaiEas AB Aff
Illinois Debate Coaches Association JVNovice State 3/10/2017 NCX R3 NilNor BS MaiEas LB Aff Aff on a 2-0
Illinois Debate Coaches Association JVNovice State 3/10/2017 NCX R2 NilWes AS WalPay LZ Aff Aff on a 2-0
Illinois Debate Coaches Association JVNovice State 3/10/2017 NCX R1 GleSou HD NilNor KS Neg
Maine East Regatta 2/10/2017 NCX RND 3 Niles North NP Niles West AT Neg
Maine East Regatta 2/10/2017 NCX RND 1 Glenbrook North JR Niles North SS Neg
ETHS Dead Presidents Invitational 2/3/2017 NCX SEM Walter Payton Prep VB Glenbrook North NO Aff Aff on a 2-1
ETHS Dead Presidents Invitational 2/3/2017 NCX QUR Glenbrook North KR Glenbrook South SG Aff Aff on a 3-0
RCC T3 12/2/2016 NCX NRS Walter Payton RA Homewood-Flossmoor KB Neg Neg on a 3-0
RCC T3 12/2/2016 NCX NRQ Walter Payton BV Jones CR Neg Neg on a 3-0
RCC T3 12/2/2016 NCX NR4 Jones CR Walter Payton RA Neg
RCC T3 12/2/2016 NCX NR3 Walter Payton BV St. Ignatius AC Aff
RCC T3 12/2/2016 NCX NR1 Lincoln Park MC Walter Payton BS Aff
RCC Tournament 2 11/4/2016 NOV NRF EvaTow LK LanTec CG Aff Aff on a 4-1
RCC Tournament 2 11/4/2016 NOV NRQ WalPay YC WhiM. CC Aff Aff on a 2-1
RCC Tournament 2 11/4/2016 NOV NR5 SolAca UU JonCP KT Aff
RCC Tournament 2 11/4/2016 NOV NR4 SolAca VT WhiM. MH Neg
RCC Tournament 2 11/4/2016 NOV NR3 JonCP CR LanTec MM Neg
RCC Tournament 2 11/4/2016 NOV NR1 LanTec VG WalPay RK Neg