Miguel Harvey Paradigm

Last changed 9/16 2:36P CDT

I am a parent, and I am a judge. That makes me a parent judge. I have cranky dad energy. If you don't like parent judges, auto-strike.

You can call me Harvey or Miguel or whatever. I act in what limited capacity I can as the faculty debate sponsor for Anderson High School in Austin, TX. I'm still learning the ropes so bear with me. For some reason they hire me to work at debate camps. I went to law school, which probably makes me an expert in the Lincoln-Douglas. They were also debating in my home state! Big plus!

PF: skip to bottom

TLDR: If you or your coach are a person who post-rounds after losses, please know in advance that I am an extreme lay judge and strike/block me forever. I don't want to have fights with you or your insufferable 19 year-old coach. Also I'm fine with most (not all) things, including arguments that say the things I'm fine with *aren't* ok. I don't default one way or another on most arguments. Don't be argumentatively or personally abusive. Don't insult my (admittedly limited) intelligence. I will intervene against bigotry and disregard for others' physical and mental wellness. Tricks piss me off. For email chain migharvey@gmail.com

Long version:

Generally, I don't think it's my job to tell debaters what to do; rather, it's the job of the debaters to tell me why to vote a certain way.

Debaters shouldn't lie or act like jerks. While I get that debate is ostensibly a competitive activity and can get very intense, this is supposed to be educational, good-spirited, and fun. Personal abuse, harassment, or competitive dishonesty of any kind is strictly unacceptable. I don't like to intervene, but blatantly oppressive/bigoted speech or behavior will make me consider voting against a debater whether or not the issue is raised by their opponent. If a debater asks you to respect and use preferred pronouns/names, I will expect you to do so. If your argument contains graphic depictions of racial, sexual, or otherwise marginalizing violence, and there's even a slight question as to whether it might be a trigger, please notify your opponent. I consider bullying nontechnical debaters a violation of the "shouldn't act like jerks" maxim. Stop yelling at each other.

Our community and the individual people in it are deeply important to me. Please do your part to make debate safe and welcoming for competitors, judges, coaches, family members, and friends. I'm not so completely naive to think everything is fluffy bunnies and we'll all be best friends forever after every round, but I really do believe this activity can be a place where we lift each other up, learn from our experiences, and become better people. If you're reading this, I care about you. I hope your participation in debate reflects both self-care and care for others.

(cw: self-harm)

Mental and emotional well-being are at a crisis point in society, and particularly within our activity. We have all lost friends and colleagues to burnout, breakdown, and at worst, self-harm. If you are debating in front of me, and contribute to societal stigmas surrounding mental health or belittle/bully your opponent in any way that is related to their emotional state or personal struggles with mental wellness, you will lose with minimum speaks. I can't make that any more clear. If you are presenting arguments related to suicide, depression, or self-harm, you must give a content warning for my sake and for your opponent's. I am not flexible on this.

Specifics:

Speaks: You're probably not going to get a 30. I tend to start at 28 and work my way up or down. If it's a circuit round and you get a 30 from me, congratulations, I think you're an incredible debater who will get all the bids. If you get a 26 or below, you likely have either a very limited understanding of varsity debate or you did something bigoted/abusive. I usually range between 27 and the low 29s. I'm a little more generous at locals. I will dock you hard if you make the space unsafe, particularly for women, gender minorities, and debaters of color.

Speed: Fine. If you are not clear, I will say "clear" once. I like speed to be consistent between reading and extemping, but whatever you do you. If you won't flash or email docs, maybe slow down for tags for my sake and for your opponent's sake. But yeah, however fast you can go I can probably handle it fine.

Kritik: Fine. I have a basic understanding of most of the literature and a more advanced/nuanced understanding of critical legal frameworks. If you can understand it, I probably can as well. That doesn't excuse you from explaining why I should vote. Your arguments need to be coherent and well-reasoned.

Theory/T: Fine, including 1AR theory. I'll think you're mean and won't like you if you're reading 1AR theory strategically *just* because you know your opponent won't understand, but I'll still vote on it if you win it. Just like with any other winning argument, I tend to look for some sort of offense in order to vote on either side. I don't default to drop the debater or argument - I want to hear that debate (or not, if that's not your thing). I'll vote for a frivolous shell but I don't think it's particularly educational and my abuse threshold will likely be higher. The one exception to me voting on friv theory is that I will not vote for a shell that polices debaters' appearance, including their clothes, footwear, hair, presentation, or anything else you can think of (unless they're wearing a Nazi t-shirt or something). If you mention those kinds of things or the debaters that read them as an example of good norms, I will drop you and won't be sorry about it. I'll have a fairly high threshold on a strict "you don't meet" T argument against an extremely common aff. One more thing - all voters and standards should be warranted. I get annoyed by "T is a voter because fairness and education" without a reason why those two things make T a voter. I don't care if it's obvious.

Frameworks: Fine with traditional (stock or V/C), policy-oriented, phil, critical frameworks, performance, narratives. While I don't think you have to have your own framework per se, I find it pretty curious when a debater reads one and then just abandons it in favor of traditional util weighing. I am incredibly suspicious of framing that is abusive for abuse's sake, like "the aff/neg must win every round." I'm not the best person to pref if you are a tricks debater. I'll grudgingly listen to it, or whatever spikes you're into for that matter, but tricks/nailbombs piss me off and I'll glare at you.

LARP: Fine. Plans, counterplans, PICs, PIKs, disads, solvency dumps, whatever. Argue it well and it's fine. I don't think making something a floating PIK necessarily gets rid of competition problems; it has to be reasoned well. I'm skeptical of severance perms and will have to be convinced. To the extent that anyone prefs me, and you shouldn't, I don't understand why more LARPers don't pref me. Dude I like good LARP debate. It's often actual debate, which is getting more and more rare.

Condo: Fine, although I don't think all conceded offense on kicked arguments just goes away because the argument is conditional (especially stuff like oppression/discourse-related offense). Be really, really careful before you kick a K, especially if it is identity-related - I think reps matter.

Flashing/Email/Disclosure: YES. I will vote for disclosure theory, but have a higher threshold for punishing or making an example of novices or non-circuit debaters who don't know or use the wiki. Lying during disclosure will get you dropped. If you're super experienced, please consider not being shitty about disclosure to novice or small-school debaters who simply don't know any better. Educate them so that they'll be in a position to teach good practices in future rounds. My personal perspective on disclosure is informed by my background as a lawyer - I liken disclosure to the discovery process, and think debate is a lot better when we are informed. One caveat to prior disclosure is that I do conform to "breaking new" norms, though I suppose I'd listen to theory about it. For sharing, I prefer email. Please include me on email chains.

Sitting/Standing: Whatever. I have my own debaters stand if they can because it helps with volume and clarity. But do your thing, it won't affect speaks. Maybe look at me every once in a while, your call.

Flex prep: Fine. More clarity is good.

Performative issues: I am skeptical of white debaters running afropessimism or similar arguments, particularly against debaters of color, but will not tell someone they can't. That said, if you're a white person debating critical race issues against a person of color, or a man advocating feminism against a woman, or a cis/het person talking queer issues, etc., be sensitive, empathetic, and mindful. Also, I tend to notice performative contradiction and will vote on it if asked to. For example, running a language K and using the language you're critiquing (outside of argument setup/tags) is a really bad idea.

I do NOT default to util in the case of competing frameworks. You specifically need to tell me why your extinction scenario is more compelling than someone's dog achieving self-actualization. Say it with me: Harvey does not default to util.

Because it's useful to say it twice: I hate tricks debate. I'll generally vote on it if you win, but I am by default looking for performative contradiction and genuinely believe that reading tricks or excessive burden arguments is uneducational and prickish. I wont like you, I'll yell at you, and you won't get great speaks from me if you read tricks. Strike me if you have to. Seriously stop preffing me. Actually literally everyone stop preffing me; debate is gross. Do me a solid and don't pref me.

I tend to think plan flaw arguments are silly, especially if they're punctuation or capitalization-related. I have a very high threshold to vote on plan flaw. It has to be *actually* confusing or abusive, not fake confusing.

Being a tabula rasa-ish judge, I will listen to arguments that any of the stuff I accept is not OK, albeit skeptically. I don't vote against a "traditional" value debater because they're "less progressive" or "less cool" or "memes" or whatever. Every person in our community has value. That's a pun, I like it.

Read cases that make sense and are internally consistent. I can't believe I have to say this, but such is life.

Special Edition update: I like dancing, including extended dance numbers. Dance makes me feel alive.

Most of this is LD-specific, because that's the pool to which I'll generally be assigned. Policy debaters, most of what is above applies to my policy paradigm. I was a decent policy debater, and I get how it goes. Critical/plan-less affs are fine. That said, just like in LD I like a good T debate. One minor thing is different from my LD paradigm: I conform a little bit more to policy norms in terms of granting RVIs less often in policy rounds, but that's about it. Obviously, framework debate is not usually as important in policy, but I'm totally down with it if that's how you debate. I guess a lot of policy debaters still default to util, so be careful if the other side isn't doing that but I guess it's fine if everyone does it.

PF people: If you're actually reading this, congratulations! Speed is fine. Framework is great. Nontraditional PF arguments are fine. I will listen to disclosure theory, though I am less likely to buy it if the offending case is straightforward/common. Offense is important. I'm surprised and impressed when PF debaters cut actual evidence rather than summarizing it, especially offense and uniqueness evidence. If you try to read a policy/critical argument you don't understand, I will flame you in the oral, so be ready for that.

All that said, I love that the format is sometimes still accessible to actual regular people. I believe PF debaters should be adaptable, like all-weather shrubbery.

More PF specifics:

Anything above regarding performative issues applies to PF, so please read carefully. I am primarily an LD judge on the Texas and national circuits. Take from that what you will, and assume I am fine with either a more progressive or traditional style of PF debate. "It's not allowed in PF" is not a warranted argument. Line by line debate is important, and as it's what I am used to, I am not likely to vote on new arguments (or arguments that weren't gone for in Summary) made in Final Focus. Weighing offense is important. Don't call something terminal without a warrant. Don't call link defense a turn. If you want me to use something from crossfire in my RFD, it needs to be in subsequent speeches. I have an extremely LOW tolerance for miscut or mischaracterized evidence.

Please ask questions if I can clarify anything, and don't be afraid to engage and ask questions after the debate. That doesn't mean I want to be post-rounded or harangued about my decision, but I'm happy to discuss stuff in a rational and collegial way. If you get aggressive after the round, expect the same from me and expect me to disengage with little to no warning. My wellness isn't worth your ego trip. I encourage pre-round questions. I might suggest you look over my paradigm, but it doesn't mean you shouldn't ask questions.

Finally, I find Cheetos really annoying in classrooms, especially when people are using keyboards. It's the dust. Don't test my Cheeto tolerance. I'm not joking, anything that has the dust triggers me hard. Cheetos, Takis, all that stuff. I get that it's delicious, but keep it the hell out of the academy.

Nats-specific PF update mid-day 1: OH MY GOD PLEASE WEIGH SOMETHING WE ARE NOT ON THE MOON

Update to update: nvm we might actually be on the moon I feel like there is no oxygen in this place

Update to last update: cold dark alone

PF Nats day 2 update: Trust no one. Become your surroundings. Survival only objective.

9:50 am:

Hello darkness, my old friend
I've come to talk with you again
Because a vision softly creeping
Left its seeds while I was sleeping
And the vision that was planted in my brain
Still remains
Within the sound of silence

In restless dreams I walked alone
Narrow streets of cobblestone
'Neath the halo of a street lamp
I turned my collar to the cold and damp
When my eyes were stabbed by the flash of a neon light
That split the night
And touched the sound of si

10:45 spiral notebooks the universe is chaos

Update: they are coming

Full Judging Record

Tournament Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/11/2019 CPF Quarte Rajesh & Lai Fiorito & Mangal Aff Neg on a 2-1
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/11/2019 CPF Octos Freeman & Gunwani Walls & Menendez Neg Neg on a 3-0
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/11/2019 CPF Dbl oc Nie & Yi Kennedy & Dubey Aff Aff on a 2-1
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/11/2019 CPF R6 Bhale & King Arnold & Johnston Aff
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/11/2019 CPF R6 Nostrand & Tran WilP Gandhi & Kalvakuntla Aff
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/11/2019 CPF R5 Pedroza & Pereda Green & Thippana Neg
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/11/2019 CPF R5 Prokopeas & Reddy Pratap & Akbar Neg
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/11/2019 CPF R4 Liu & Chai Lee & Jacquet Aff
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/11/2019 CPF R4 Spall & Zhen Mohsin & Kurapati Aff
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/11/2019 CPF R3 Hassen & Thampoe Miranda & Malloy Aff
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/11/2019 CPF R3 Konduri & Moll Ali & Parks Aff
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/11/2019 CPF R1 Arwani & Bhandare Wang & Dozier Aff
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/11/2019 CPF R1 Hastings & Uptmor Linbeck & Dubey Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/12/2019 LD Double University MW Santa Monica RE Neg Neg on a 3-0
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/12/2019 LD R6 Garland IR West Des Moines Valley RS Aff
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/12/2019 LD R6 Northland Christian AB Cypress Woods AK Aff
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/12/2019 LD R5 Harker RT McNeil KK Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/12/2019 LD R4 Strake Jesuit JG McNeil AR Aff
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/12/2019 LD R2 Newark Science VA William G. Enloe AC Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/12/2019 LD R2 Houston Memorial SL Loyola DB Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/12/2019 LD R1 Cypress Woods AZ Episcopal School of Dallas ZH Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/6/2019 CX R5 Desert Vista LW SLC West RG Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/6/2019 CX R4 Union TT Crossings Christian HH Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/6/2019 CX R3 Plano East DP Houston Memorial BS Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/6/2019 CX R1 Barbers Hill MM Hebron LH Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 PF R10 N312 N229 Aff Aff on a 2-1
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 PF R10 N258 N233 Neg Neg on a 3-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 PF R8 N323 N280 Aff Aff on a 3-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 PF R8 N131 N234 Aff Neg on a 2-1
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 PF R6 N331 N133 Neg Neg on a 2-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 PF R6 N140 N103 Neg Neg on a 2-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 PF R5 N311 N166 Aff Aff on a 2-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 PF R5 N223 N267 Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 PF R4 N139 N200 Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 PF R4 N326 N184 Neg Neg on a 2-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 PF R2 N261 N202 Aff Aff on a 2-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 PF R2 N341 N177 Aff Aff on a 2-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 PF R1 N213 N209 Aff Aff on a 2-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 PF R1 N128 N285 Neg Neg on a 2-0
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 PFS R7 St John's HT McMinnville LS Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 PFS R6 Acton-Boxborough HC Lakeville South GC Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 PFS R5 Westridge WO College Prep CZ Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 PFS R4 Lake Highland Prep SP Strake Jesuit DC Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 PFS R3 Cranbrook SS Ridge KW Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 PFS R2 Summit CL Dougherty Valley LN Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 PFS R1 Bridgewater CJ Mission San Jose MC Neg
King Round Robin 3/29/2019 LDRR Semi Greenhill AM Quarry Lane SK Aff Aff on a 3-0
King Round Robin 3/29/2019 LDRR R5 Newark Science OS Northland Christian JQ Aff Aff on a 2-0
King Round Robin 3/29/2019 LDRR R3 Greenhill AZ Quarry Lane SK Neg Neg on a 2-0
King Round Robin 3/29/2019 LDRR R2 Independent NG Greenhill AZ Aff Aff on a 2-0
King Round Robin 3/29/2019 LDRR R1 Newark Science OS Greenhill AM Neg Neg on a 2-0
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VLD Quarte Harvard-Westlake VC Mountain View VP Aff Aff on a 2-1
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VLD Octas Immaculate Heart LM Archbishop Mitty LK Neg Aff on a 2-1
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VLD Triple Oakwood School - North Hollywood WA Cupertino HK Neg Neg on a 3-0
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VLD Triple Kinkaid HS Quarry Lane SK Neg Neg on a 3-0
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VLD R6 Harvard-Westlake BW Arcadia JC Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VLD R6 Harvard-Westlake OF Westlake EE Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VLD R5 Copper Hills AT Bellarmine College Prep AP Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VLD R5 Harvard-Westlake GZ Greenhill MR Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VLD R4 Canyon Crest JS Oakwood School - North Hollywood MC Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VLD R4 Quarry Lane SK St Francis DJ Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VLD R3 Archbishop Mitty JP Monta Vista RB Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VLD R3 Northwood RD Harvard-Westlake LH Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VLD R2 Greenhill AM Northwood KK Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VLD R2 Hamilton NK Harvard-Westlake StKo Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VLD R1 Milpitas SJ Canyon Crest SZ Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/16/2019 VLD R1 Northland Christian ABr Episcopal School of Dallas ZH Neg
2019 California Round Robin 2/14/2019 LD RR R4 Quarry Lane SK Halstrom RA Neg Neg on a 2-0
2019 California Round Robin 2/14/2019 LD RR R4 Newark Science OS Pennsbury CZ Neg Neg on a 2-0
2019 California Round Robin 2/14/2019 LD RR R3 Harvard-Westlake JN Kamiak NB Neg Neg on a 2-0
2019 California Round Robin 2/14/2019 LD RR R3 West Linn DT Newark Science OS Neg
2019 California Round Robin 2/14/2019 LD RR R2 Harvard-Westlake AM Quarry Lane SK Neg
2019 California Round Robin 2/14/2019 LD RR R2 Los Altos PD Oak Hall KZ Neg
2019 California Round Robin 2/14/2019 LD RR R1 Kamiak NB Los Altos PD Aff Aff on a 2-0
Winston Churchill Classic 1/11/2019 LD OCT Westwood AZ McNeil AR Aff Aff on a 3-0
Winston Churchill Classic 1/11/2019 LD DBL CTCS NS Lake Travis MM Neg Aff on a 2-1
Winston Churchill Classic 1/11/2019 LD DBL James Bowie JB Westwood TL Neg Neg on a 3-0
Winston Churchill Classic 1/11/2019 LD R6 Westwood AZ UT IB Aff
Winston Churchill Classic 1/11/2019 LD R5 Lake Travis BO Ronald Reagan VH Neg
Winston Churchill Classic 1/11/2019 LD R3 Trinity Valley AB Harlingen South KN Aff
Winston Churchill Classic 1/11/2019 LD R2 Trinity Valley RB Jack C. Hays AW Neg
Winston Churchill Classic 1/11/2019 LD R1 A&M Consolidated CC Trinity Valley KK Neg
Strake Jesuit Tournament 12/21/2018 VLD LDD Westwood TL Jack C Hays PF Neg Neg on a 3-0
Strake Jesuit Tournament 12/21/2018 VLD LD6 Jack C Hays EC Westwood AK Aff
Strake Jesuit Tournament 12/21/2018 LD RR RR5 LakHig AM JamBow TW Neg Neg on a 2-0
Strake Jesuit Tournament 12/21/2018 VLD LD5 Interlake MW Dulles TJ Aff
Strake Jesuit Tournament 12/21/2018 VLD LD4 George Ranch MS Lamar MT Aff
Strake Jesuit Tournament 12/21/2018 LD RR RR4 StrJes JH Montgo GC Neg Neg on a 2-0
Strake Jesuit Tournament 12/21/2018 VLD LD3 Marcus KL Westwood SM Aff
Strake Jesuit Tournament 12/21/2018 VLD LD2 Cypress Falls RK Montgomery GC Neg
Strake Jesuit Tournament 12/21/2018 LD RR RR1 AmeHer RG KAPS BT Aff Aff on a 2-0
Strake Jesuit Tournament 12/21/2018 VLD LD1 Westwood DL Cypress Woods YW Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas 12/7/2018 LD Semis James Bowie TW Strake Jesuit College Prep BE Aff Aff on a 3-0
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas 12/7/2018 LD Quarte Westlake AL Strake Jesuit College Prep BE Neg Neg on a 3-0
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas 12/7/2018 LD Octs Carroll Senior GI Tuloso-Midway JS Aff Neg on a 2-1
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas 12/7/2018 LD Double Westwood AZ Strake Jesuit College Prep WH Neg Neg on a 3-0
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas 12/7/2018 LD Double Strake Jesuit College Prep VL Jack C. Hays PF Aff Aff on a 2-1
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas 12/7/2018 LD Novice Strake Jesuit College Prep VC Kinkaid HP Aff Aff on a 3-0
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas 12/7/2018 LD R5 Plano East Senior HG Stony Point CS Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas 12/7/2018 LD R4 James Madison KG Strake Jesuit College Prep NG Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas 12/7/2018 LD R4 Elkins PJ BASIS San Antonio Shavano CP Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas 12/7/2018 LD R3 BASIS San Antonio Shavano GG James Madison MA Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas 12/7/2018 LD R3 All Saints Episcopal AF Plano East Senior AK Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas 12/7/2018 LD R2 Stony Point RP Kinkaid HS Neg
San Marcos High School Tournament 11/30/2018 VLD R4 BASIS San Antonio Shavano GG Lake Travis SK Aff
San Marcos High School Tournament 11/30/2018 NLD R3 Veterans Memorial KR James Bowie NM Neg
San Marcos High School Tournament 11/30/2018 VLD R2 Round Rock Christian MT BASIS San Antonio Shavano MS Aff
San Marcos High School Tournament 11/30/2018 VLD R2 Texas City AJ Lake Travis BO Neg
San Marcos High School Tournament 11/30/2018 NLD R1 Smithson Valley JH Samuel Clemens HW Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD Qtrs St. Andrew's Episcopal IB Greenhill MR Aff Aff on a 3-0
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD Sextos Oak Hall KZ Lake Highland Prep JW Neg Neg on a 3-0
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R7 Cypress Woods MT Immaculate Heart FP Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R7 Harrison GC Oakwood School - North Hollywood AO Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R5 Westwood AZ Westlake HS (Austin) AL Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R4 Kinkaid SM Edina MK Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R2 North Allegheny Sr AD Westwood TL Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R2 Cypress Bay PS Episcopal School of Dallas ZH Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R1 Bronx HS Of Science AW Success Academy Manhattan BC Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VLD R1 Appleton East SM Kinkaid JS Neg
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/2/2018 VLD Octos Newark Science OS Halstrom RA Neg Neg on a 3-0
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/2/2018 VLD Double Greenhill MR Lake Highland Prep JW Aff Aff on a 3-0
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/2/2018 VLD Triple Appleton East MM Evanston Twp HE Aff Aff on a 2-1
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/2/2018 VLD R6 Edina MR Westlake HS (Austin) CR Aff
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/2/2018 VLD R5 West Des Moines Valley AJ Quarry Lane ZD Neg
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/2/2018 VLD R4 Homewood-Flossmoor GW West Des Moines Valley CB Neg
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/2/2018 VLD R3 Halstrom RA Strake Jesuit WH Aff
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/2/2018 VLD R2 Mission San Jose MS Sioux Falls RO Aff
Apple Valley MinneApple Debate 11/2/2018 VLD R1 Millard North BL West Des Moines Valley LB Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/12/2018 LD R6 Keller JB Westwood SM Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/12/2018 LD R5 Harker AN Northland Christian JQ Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/12/2018 LD R5 Harker SG Immaculate Heart FP Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/12/2018 LD R4 Marlborough JS Strake Jesuit College Prep BEr Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/12/2018 LD R3 Immaculate Heart LM Grapevine MT Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/12/2018 LD R3 Prosper AA Montgomery DH Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/12/2018 LD R2 Trinity Valley RB Montgomery GC Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/12/2018 LD R2 Cypress Ranch MZ Trinity Valley KK Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/12/2018 LD R1 St Francis DJ Westlake HS (Austin) AL Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/12/2018 LD R1 Marlborough ST Hebron PN Neg
WestlakeChaparral Star Swing 9/28/2018 WVLD Quarte Stony Point CS McNeil AR Neg Neg on a 2-1
WestlakeChaparral Star Swing 9/28/2018 CNLD R4 McNeil AR Westwood RM Aff
WestlakeChaparral Star Swing 9/28/2018 CVLD R3 Westwood AL Westlake SM Aff
WestlakeChaparral Star Swing 9/28/2018 CVLD R2 Westwood AK Round Rock SG Neg
WestlakeChaparral Star Swing 9/28/2018 WVLD R2 Stony Point AH Lake Travis SR Aff
WestlakeChaparral Star Swing 9/28/2018 WVLD R1 McNeil KK Westwood AK Aff
WestlakeChaparral Star Swing 9/28/2018 CVLD R1 Stony Point AH BASIS San Antonio Shavano RN Aff
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/13/2018 LD Octafi Quarry Lane SK West Des Moines Valley CT Neg Aff on a 2-1
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/13/2018 LD Double Oak Hall KZ West Des Moines Valley LB Aff Aff on a 2-1
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/13/2018 LD R6 Trinity Valley RB Quarry Lane VG Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/13/2018 LD R5 Westwood AZ Round Rock SG Aff
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/13/2018 LD R4 Hattiesburg OS Brentwood KR Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/13/2018 LD R4 West Des Moines Valley LB Hebron AS Aff
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/13/2018 LD R2 Edina SC Garland BM Aff
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/13/2018 LD R2 Episcopal School of Dallas JF Westwood SM Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/13/2018 LD R1 Hockaday AS Strake Jesuit College Prep AM Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/13/2018 LD R1 Oak Hall KZ Montgomery GC Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/7/2018 LD Octos Greenhill MR Strake Jesuit College Prep VL Aff Aff on a 3-0
Grapevine Classic 9/7/2018 LD Double Strake Jesuit College Prep JP Keller JB Neg Aff on a 2-1
Grapevine Classic 9/7/2018 LD Double Houston Memorial AO Oakwood School - North Hollywood MW Neg Neg on a 3-0
Grapevine Classic 9/7/2018 LD R5 Colleyville Heritage IN Westwood DL Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/7/2018 LD R4 Carnegie Vanguard AB Houston Memorial AO Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/7/2018 LD R3 Hebron KP Marcus KL Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/7/2018 LD R2 Oakwood School - North Hollywood AO Colleyville Heritage SM Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/7/2018 LD R2 Cypress Woods YW Houston Memorial AQ Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2018 WS Trips Utah-Wasatch Yellow Sierra Gold Neg Neg on a 3-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2018 WS R5 Southern California White Puget Sound Gold Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2018 WS R3 West Kansas Silver Wind River Blue Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2018 WS R1 Arkansas Red Three Trails Gold Aff
Lake Travis Big Questions 2/7/2018 BQ R3 Lake Travis SSo Lake Travis MH Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/1/2017 LD Octo Klein Oak AG Katy Taylor AW Aff Aff on a 2-1
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/1/2017 LD Nov Fi Clear Lake SM Strake Jesuit College Prep MO Aff Aff on a 2-1
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/1/2017 LD R5 Dulles SP Woodlands MC Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/1/2017 LD R5 Westwood RM Village AK Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/1/2017 LD R2 Episcopal School of Dallas JF San Marcos SB Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/1/2017 LD R2 Strake Jesuit College Prep VL Westwood NK Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/1/2017 LD R1 Cypress Falls DR Ronald Reagan MC Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/13/2017 LD R6 Loyola CL Marlborough AJ Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/13/2017 LD R6 Marlborough GN Loyola NT Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/13/2017 LD R4 Westlake HS (Austin) AL Lake Travis EM Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/13/2017 LD R4 Klein Oak AG Harvard-Westlake LM Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/13/2017 LD R1 Lake Travis MM IH Kempner JS Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/16/2017 CX R6 Casady AP Little Rock Central RW Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/16/2017 LD R5 Alief Taylor JK Christopher Columbus DD Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/16/2017 CX R5 Niles North KS Round Rock AB Aff
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/16/2017 LD R4 Northland Christian AV Cypress Woods YW Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/16/2017 LD R4 William G. Enloe TG Houston Memorial AQ Aff
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/16/2017 CX R2 Niles North WI Montgomery Bell GH Neg
Greenhill Fall Classic 9/16/2017 CX R1 West Des Moines Valley GC Grapevine HC Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/8/2017 CX R5 Isidore Newman DQ Heritage Hall NH Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/19/2017 WS Double Carolina West Blue South Carolina White Aff Aff on a 3-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/19/2017 WS R6 Deep South Blue Florida Sunshine Red Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/19/2017 WS R4 Hoosier Heartland Red Eastern Missouri White Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/19/2017 WS R2 South Oregon Blue Arkansas White Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/2/2016 LD R5 Kempne JS SanMar JG Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/2/2016 LD R4 StrJes JM Dulles DH Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/2/2016 LD R3 Midway CU SanMar AH Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/2/2016 LD R3 Athens DR StoPoi LR Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/14/2016 LD R6 Edmond North CCo Westwood SM Neg
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/14/2016 LD R6 Westwood DM Hockaday CI Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/14/2016 LD R5 Evanston Township LD Mountain Brook JB Aff
Heart of Texas Invitational 10/14/2016 LD R5 Edmond North PL Sunset AB Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 LD R4 Marcus KL Lake Travis TW Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/4/2015 LD R4 Dulles KL Montgo RM Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/4/2015 LD R2 DucAca DP Woodla GM Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/4/2015 LD R2 Reagan FK Sharyl GC Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/4/2015 LD R1 StrJes NT LawMag JM Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/4/2015 LD R1 Westwo JAm LawMag Aff