Robey Holland Paradigm

Last changed 2/9 9:55A CDT

Experience:
I am the head coach at Plano West. I was previously the coach at LC Anderson. I was a 4-year debater in high school, 3-years LD and 1-year CX. My students have competed in elimination rounds at several national tournaments, including Glenbrooks, Greenhill, Berkeley, Harvard, Emory, St. Marks, etc. I’ve also had debaters win NSDA Nationals and the Texas State Championship (both TFA and UIL.)

Email chain: robeyholland@gmail.com

PF Paradigm

· You can debate quickly if that’s your thing, I can keep up. Please stop short of spreading, I’ll flow your arguments but tank your speaks. If something doesn’t make it onto my flow because of delivery issues or unclear signposting that’s on you.

· Do the things you do best. In exchange, I’ll make a concerted effort to adapt to the debaters in front of me. However, my inclinations on speeches are as follows:

o Rebuttal- Do whatever is strategic for the round you’re in. Spend all 4 minutes on case, or split your time between sheets, I’m content either way. If 2nd rebuttal does rebuild then 1st summary should not flow across ink.

o Summary- I prefer that both teams make some extension of turns or terminal defense in this speech. I believe this helps funnel the debate and force strategic decisions heading into final focus. If the If 1st summary extends case defense and 2nd summary collapses to a different piece of offense on their flow, then it’s fair for 1st final focus to leverage their rebuttal A2’s that weren’t extended in summary.

o Final Focus- Do whatever you feel is strategic in the context of the debate you’re having. While I’m pretty tech through the first 3 sets of speeches, I do enjoy big picture final focuses as they often make for cleaner voting rationale on my end.

· Weighing, comparative analysis, and contextualization are important. If neither team does the work here I’ll do my own assessment, and one of the teams will be frustrated by my conclusions. Lessen my intervention by doing the work for me. Also, it’s never too early to start weighing. If zero weighing is done by the 2nd team until final focus I won’t consider the impact calc, as the 1st team should have the opportunity to engage with opposing comparative analysis.

· I’m naturally credulous about the place of theory debates in Public Forum. However, if you can prove in round abuse and you feel that going for a procedural position is your best path to the ballot I will flow it. Contrary to my paradigm for LD/CX, I default reasonability over competing interps and am inclined to award the RVI if a team chooses to pursue it. Don’t be surprised if I make theory a wash and vote on substance. Good post fiat substance debates are my favorite part of this event, and while I acknowledge that there is a necessity for teams to be able to pursue the uplayer to check abusive positions, I am opposed to this event being overtaken by theory hacks and tricks debate.

· I’m happy to evaluate framework in the debate. I think the function of framework is to determine what sort of arguments take precedence when deciding the round. To be clear, a team won’t win the debate exclusively by winning framework, but they can pick up by winning framework and winning a piece of offense that has the best link to the established framework. Absent framework from either side, I default Cost-Benefit Analysis.

· Don’t flow across ink, I’ll likely know that you did. Clash and argument engagement is a great way to get ahead on my flow.

· Prioritize clear sign posting, especially in rebuttal and summary. I’ve judged too many rounds this season between competent teams in which the flow was irresolvably muddied by card dumps without a clear reference as to where these responses should be flowed. This makes my job more difficult, often results in claims of dropped arguments by debaters on both sides due to lack of clarity and risks the potential of me not evaluating an argument that ends up being critical because I didn’t know where to flow it/ didn’t flow it/ placed it somewhere on the flow you didn’t intend for me to.

· After the round I am happy to disclose, walk teams through my voting rationale, and answer any questions that any debaters in the round may have. Pedagogically speaking I think disclosure is critical to a debater’s education as it provides valuable insight on the process used to make decisions and provides an opportunity for debaters to understand how they could have better persuaded an impartial judge of the validity of their position. These learning opportunities require dialogue between debaters and judges. On a more pragmatic level, I think disclosure is good to increase the transparency and accountability of judge’s decisions. My expectation of debaters and coaches is that you stay civil and constructive when asking questions after the round. I’m sure there will be teams that will be frustrated or disagree with how I see the round, but I have never dropped a team out of malice. I hope that the teams I judge will utilize our back and forth dialogue as the educational opportunity I believe it’s intended to be. If a team (or their coaches) become hostile or use the disclosure period as an opportunity to be intellectually domineering it will not elicit the reaction you’re likely seeking, but it will conclude our conversation. My final thought on disclosure is that as debaters you should avoid 3ARing/post-rounding any judge that discloses, as this behavior has a chilling effect on disclosure, encouraging judges who aren’t as secure in their decisions to stop disclosing altogether to avoid confrontation.

· Please feel free to ask any clarifying questions you may have before we begin the round, or email me after the round if you have additional questions.

LD/CX Paradigm


Big picture:

· You should do what you do best and in return I will make an earnest effort to adapt to you and render the best decision I can at the end of the debate. In this paradigm I'll provide ample analysis of my predispositions towards particular arguments and preferences for debate rounds. Despite that, reading your preferred arguments in the way that you prefer to read them will likely result in a better outcome than abandoning what you do well in an effort to meet a paradigm.

· You may speak as fast as you’d like, but I’d prefer that you give me additional pen time on tags/authors/dates. If I can’t flow you it’s a clarity issue, and I’ll say clear once before I stop flowing you.

· I like policy arguments. It’s probably what I understand best because it’s what I spent the bulk of my time reading as a competitor. I also like the K. I have a degree in philosophy and feel comfortable in these rounds.

· I have a high threshold on theory. I’m not saying don’t read it if it’s necessary, but I am suggesting is that you always layer the debate to give yourself a case option to win. I tend to make theory a wash unless you are persuasive on the issue, and your opponent mishandles the issue.

· Spreading through blocks of analytics with no pauses is not the most strategic way to win rounds in front of me. In terms of theory dumps you should be giving me some pen time. I'm not going to call for analytics except for the wording of interps-- so if I miss out on some of your theory blips that's on you.

· I’m voting on substantive offense at the end of the debate unless you convince me to vote off of something else.

· You should strive to do an exceptional job of weighing in the round. This makes your ballot story far more persuasive, increasing the likelihood that you'll pick up and get high speaks.

· Disclosure is good for debate rounds. I’m not holding debaters accountable for being on the wiki, particularly if the debater is not from a circuit team, but I think that, at minimum, disclosing before the round is important for educational debates. If you don’t disclose before the round and your opponent calls you on it your speaks will suffer. If you're breaking a new strat in the round I won't hold you to that standard.


Speaks:

· Speaker points start at a 28 and go up or down from their depending on what happens in the round including quality of argumentation, how well you signpost, quality of extensions, and the respect you give to your opponent. I also consider how well the performance of the debater measures up to their specific style of debate. For example, a stock debater will be held to the standard of how well they're doing stock debate, a policy debater/policy debate, etc.

· I would estimate that my average speaker point is something like a 28.7, with the winner of the debate earning somewhere in the 29 range and the loser earning somewhere in the 28 range.


Trigger Warnings:

Debaters that elect to read positions about traumatic issues should provide trigger warnings before the round begins. I understand that there is an inherent difficulty in determining a bright line for when an argument would necessitate a trigger warning, if you believe it is reasonably possible that another debater or audience member could be triggered by your performance in the round then you should provide the warning. Err on the side of caution if you feel like this may be an issue. I believe these warnings are a necessary step to ensure that our community is a positive space for all people involved in it.


The penalty for not providing a trigger warning is straightforward: if the trigger warning is not given before the round and someone is triggered by the content of your position then you will receive 25 speaker points for the debate. If you do provide a trigger warning and your opponent discloses that they are likely to be triggered and you do nothing to adjust your strategy for the round you will receive 25 speaker points. I would prefer not to hear theory arguments with interps of always reading trigger warnings, nor do I believe that trigger warnings should be commodified by either debater. Penalties will not be assessed based on the potential of triggering. At the risk of redundancy, penalties will be assessed if and only if triggering occurs in round, and the penalty for knowingly triggering another debater is docked speaks.

If for any reason you feel like this might cause an issue in the debate let’s discuss it before the round, otherwise the preceding analysis is binding.

Framework:

· I enjoy a good framework debate, and don’t care if you want to read a traditional V/C, ROB, or burdens.

· You should do a good job of explaining your framework. It's well worth your time spent making sure I understand the position than me being lost the entire round and having to make decisions based on a limited understanding of your fw.


Procedurals:

· I’m more down for a topicality debate than a theory debate, but you should run your own race. I default competing interps over reasonability but can be convinced otherwise if you do the work on the reasonability flow. If you’re going for T you should be technically sound on the standards and voters debate.

· You should read theory if you really want to and if you believe you have a strong theory story, just don’t be surprised if I end up voting somewhere else on the flow.

· It's important enough to reiterate: Spreading through blocks of analytics with no pauses is not the most strategic way to win rounds in front of me. In terms of theory dumps you should be giving me some pen time. I'm not going to call for analytics except for the wording of interps-- so if I miss out on some of your theory blips that's on you. Also, if you do not heed that advice there's a 100% chance I will miss some of your theory blips.


K:

· I’m a fan of the K. Be sure to clearly articulate what the alt looks like and be ready to do some good work on the link story; I’m not very convinced by generic links.

· Don’t assume my familiarity with your literature base.

· For the neg good Kritiks are the ones in which the premise of the Kritik functions as an indict to the truth value of the Aff. If the K only gains relevance via relying on framework I am less persuaded by the argument; good K debates engage the Aff, not sidestep it.


Performance:

· If you give good justifications and explanations of your performance I'm happy to hear it.


CP/DA:

· These are good neg strats to read in front of me.

· Both the aff and neg should be technical in their engagement with the component parts of these arguments.

· Neg, you should make sure that your shells have all the right parts, IE don’t read a DA with no uniqueness evidence in front of me.

· Aff should engage with more than one part of these arguments if possible and be sure to signpost where I should be flowing your answers to these off case positions.

· I think I evaluate these arguments in a pretty similar fashion as most people. Perhaps the only caveat is that I don't necessarily think the Aff is required to win uniqueness in order for a link turn to function as offense. If uniqueness shields the link it probably overwhelms the link as well.

· I think perm debates are important for the Aff (on the CP of course, I WILL laugh if you perm a DA.) I am apt to vote on the perm debate, but only if you are technical in your engagement with the perm I.E. just saying "perm do both" isn't going to cut it.


Tricks:

· I'm not very familiar with it, and I'm probably not the judge you want to pref.


Feel free to ask me questions after the round if you have them, provided you’re respectful about it. If you attempt to 3AR me or become rude the conversation will end at that point.

Full Judging Record

Tournament Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
ISD Carolina Tournament 7/24/2019 PF Semis Ilik Pandit & Ramaswamy Thawha Yochem & Phoenix-Flood Aff Aff on a 4-1
ISD Carolina Tournament 7/24/2019 PF Qrtrs BigTim Piduru & Goskonda Thawha Yochem & Phoenix-Flood Neg Neg on a 3-0
ISD Carolina Tournament 7/24/2019 PF Elim HuA5G Kim & Carll Ilik Gold & Marcus Neg Neg on a 3-0
ISD Carolina Tournament 7/24/2019 PF R6 I'mChi Balle & Turk BigTim Attlan & Gelber Neg
ISD Carolina Tournament 7/24/2019 PF R5 Ilik Pandit & Ramaswamy BigTim Nayak & Garlapati Aff
ISD Carolina Tournament 7/24/2019 PF R4 HuA5G Garg & Adiraju I'mChi Wang & Xiao Aff
ISD Carolina Tournament 7/24/2019 PF R4 HuA5G Lloyd & Lloyd Ilik Gold & Marcus Neg
ISD Carolina Tournament 7/24/2019 PF R1 Ryeot! Cheung & Lan I'mChi Lan & Branigan Neg
ISD Carolina Tournament 7/24/2019 PF R1 BigTim Piduru & Goskonda JesDeb Mu & Hu Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R5 K409 K923 Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R5 K491 K698 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R5 K390 K1104 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R4 K236 K1083 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R4 K529 K1285 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R4 K780 K1180 Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R3 K1271 K232 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R3 K670 K908 Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R3 K696 K695 Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R3 K378 K882 Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R2 K1270 K357 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R2 K350 K847 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R2 K633 K889 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R2 K132 K690 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R1 K290 K256 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R1 K163 K624 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R1 K429 K345 Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2019 XDB R1 K796 K754 Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 PFG R6 Packer CL Strake Jesuit DD Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 PFG R5 SPA MS College Prep HN Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 PFG R4 Regis DM North Broward Prep KP Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 PFG R3 University KY Durham OK Neg
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 PFG R2 La Salle DH Brentwood AK Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/27/2019 PFG R1 St John's MK University GP Aff
45th Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/16/2019 VPF Double Acton-Boxborough MM Newton South LW Neg Neg on a 2-1
45th Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/16/2019 VPF Double Lincoln-Sudbury Regional CS Corona Del Sol PJ Neg Neg on a 2-1
45th Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/16/2019 VPF Triple Urban WH Lake Highland Prep OK Neg Neg on a 3-0
45th Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/16/2019 VPF Triple Blake GJ Potomac SK Aff Aff on a 3-0
45th Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/16/2019 VPF R5 Immaculata La Salle CM St Thomas Aquinas GE Neg
45th Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/16/2019 VPF R3 Delbarton SK Acton-Boxborough GL Neg
45th Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/16/2019 VPF R3 Andover VS Regis AP Neg
45th Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/16/2019 VPF R2 Wayland WaWa Valley HS Independent LL Aff
45th Harvard National Forensics Tournament 2/16/2019 VPF R2 Shrewsbury BM Abington Heights TS Aff
Jesuit Debate Invitational 2/8/2019 LD RD4 Burleson Centennial HM Trinity Valley JH Aff
Jesuit Debate Invitational 2/8/2019 LD RD4 Guyer CM Greenhill HZ Aff
Jesuit Debate Invitational 2/8/2019 LD RD2 Greenhill NT Coppell VS Neg
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational 2/1/2019 VPF R1 Grapevine GM Plano East PK Aff
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational 2/1/2019 VPF R1 Hebron JK CMS Southlake Junior SA Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/25/2019 PF DO Tut Strake Jesuit SD Clayton-Bradley CC Aff Neg on a 2-1
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/25/2019 PF DO Tut Unionville KR Ransom Everglades SS Neg Aff on a 2-1
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/25/2019 PF TR Tut Corona Del Sol JP Lincoln-Sudbury Regional SH Aff Aff on a 3-0
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/25/2019 PF R3 Baton Rouge Magnet MS Ramsay CD Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/25/2019 PF R3 Riverside MY Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/25/2019 PF R2 DuPont Manual RC Charles W Flanagan DG Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/25/2019 PF R2 NSU FG Milton CW Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/25/2019 PF R1 Lake Highland Prep KO Durham DK Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/25/2019 PF R1 Holy Cross WW Charlotte Latin GS Neg
Ivy Street Round Robin 1/23/2019 RR R9 Corona Del Sol Campbell Hall Aff Aff on a 2-0
Ivy Street Round Robin 1/23/2019 RR R4 Ames Theodore Roosevelt Neg Neg on a 2-0
Ivy Street Round Robin 1/23/2019 RR R3 Lake Mary Prep Poly Prep Country Day Neg
Ivy Street Round Robin 1/23/2019 RR R1 North Broward Prep Unionville Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas 12/7/2018 PF Semis Cinco Ranch DM Westlake SD Neg Neg on a 3-0
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas 12/7/2018 PF R5 Klein IG Westlake DS Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas 12/7/2018 PF R3 Claudia Taylor TL Strake Jesuit College Prep XA Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas 12/7/2018 PF R1 Dripping Springs EM Strake Jesuit College Prep HR Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VPF Octas Lake Mary Prep HM Theodore Roosevelt AC Neg Neg on a 2-1
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VPF Sextos Westlake HS (Austin) DS Bronx HS Of Science OS Aff Neg on a 2-1
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VPF R7 Hinsdale Central RJ Brophy CP SO Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VPF R6 Delbarton LuTo Cranbrook ZR Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VPF R5 Seven Lakes CZ Belvidere North GC Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VPF R4 Fairmont Prep HK Durham DW Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VPF R2 Bronx HS Of Science BO West Orange JS Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VPF R1 Brophy CP RH Urbana PM Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/17/2018 VPF R1 Johnston KS Ransom Everglades SS Neg
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/12/2018 CPF Quarte Malik & Bertinot Weiland & Carlile Neg Neg on a 2-1
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/12/2018 CPF Octos Routray & Tewary Chen & Huang Aff Aff on a 3-0
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/12/2018 CPF R5 John & Rao Sahihi & Khanijow Neg
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/12/2018 CPF R5 Siddiqui & Akhtar Gao & Diggins Neg
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/12/2018 CPF R4 Uppuluri & Shaik Chennaiahgari & Mohsin Neg
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/12/2018 CPF R3 Rebello & Clark Bellman & Maedgen Neg
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/12/2018 CPF R3 Qu & Wang Salim & Rajagopal Aff
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/12/2018 CLD R2 Henry Coleman Christopher Nwachukwu Neg
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/12/2018 CLD R1 Angela Zhong Abhinav Sinha Aff
Bellaire Forensic Tournament 10/12/2018 CLD R1 Tony Jha Archit Junnarkar Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/7/2018 PFD Octos Hendrickson HV St Mary's Hall HP Neg Neg on a 3-0
Grapevine Classic 9/7/2018 PFD Double Westlake HL Westwood IP Aff Aff on a 3-0
Grapevine Classic 9/7/2018 PFD Double St John's MK Dulles LC Aff Aff on a 2-1
Grapevine Classic 9/7/2018 PFD R4 Centennial HS - Frisco LC Yukon CB Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/7/2018 PFD R4 Yukon DC Lovejoy KL Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/7/2018 PFD R3 Moore HD Jenks AY Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/7/2018 PFD R1 Westlake YW Hendrickson GS Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/7/2018 PFD R1 Kempner SB Houston Memorial YM Aff
Plano Senior Clark Swing 8/31/2018 PLD Final Garland KP Carroll GI Neg Neg on a 2-1
Plano Senior Clark Swing 8/31/2018 PLD Qrtrs B&K Prep KJ Greenhill AZ Aff Aff on a 3-0
Plano Senior Clark Swing 8/31/2018 CLD Qrtrs Carroll PD Garland KP Neg Neg on a 3-0
Plano Senior Clark Swing 8/31/2018 CLD R3 Garland BL Colleyville Heritage AB Neg
Plano Senior Clark Swing 8/31/2018 CLD R3 Newman Smith YG Shepton CS Aff
Plano Senior Clark Swing 8/31/2018 PLD R2 Greenhill BZ Newman Smith YG Aff
Plano Senior Clark Swing 8/31/2018 CLD R2 All Saints Episcopal GL John Paul II AG Aff
Plano Senior Clark Swing 8/31/2018 CLD R2 Carroll GI Newman Smith HB Aff
Plano Senior Clark Swing 8/31/2018 PLD R2 B&K Prep KJ All Saints Episcopal GL Aff
Plano Senior Clark Swing 8/31/2018 PLD R1 Episcopal School Of Dallas JF Greenhill MK Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2018 BQ R12 Q153 Q147 Aff Aff on a 3-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2018 BQ R9 Q121 Q154 Aff Aff on a 2-1
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2018 BQ R9 Q124 Q155 Neg Neg on a 3-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2018 BQ R5 Q156 Q126 Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2018 BQ R4 Q151 Q128 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2018 BQ R4 Q136 Q143 Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2018 BQ R1 Q157 Q100 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/17/2018 BQ R1 Q117 Q115 Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/28/2018 GPF R7 Cypress Bay KN Chagrin Falls MH Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/28/2018 GPF R5 Thomas S. Wootton LZ Coronado CA Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/28/2018 GPF R4 Fairmont Prep CO Columbus CR Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/28/2018 GPF R3 Dalton GC Nueva SW Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/28/2018 SPF R2 BASIS Peoria RP Millburn SG Aff
Tournament of Champions 4/28/2018 GPF R1 Western FR Theodore Roosevelt GK Neg
University of Houston Cougar Classic 1/12/2018 VPF Sem StrJes DD St.John's MK Aff Aff on a 3-0
University of Houston Cougar Classic 1/12/2018 VPF Octa Westwo RK CypWoo MB Neg Aff on a 2-1
University of Houston Cougar Classic 1/12/2018 VPF Octa St.Joh GY Westwo IL Neg Aff on a 2-1
University of Houston Cougar Classic 1/12/2018 VPF R5 IHKem BS StrJes CR Aff
University of Houston Cougar Classic 1/12/2018 VPF R3 SevLak CZ StrJes TX Aff
University of Houston Cougar Classic 1/12/2018 VPF R3 StrJes CW Westwo KM Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/1/2017 LD Octo Westwood RM Strake Jesuit College Prep CL Aff Aff on a 2-1
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/1/2017 LD Nov Se Clear Lake SM Westwood NK Aff Aff on a 3-0
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/1/2017 LD R4 Plano West Senior AG Montgomery GC Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/1/2017 LD R3 BASIS San Antonio Shavano YQ Strake Jesuit College Prep AS Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/1/2017 LD R3 Marshall DE Montgomery KM Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/1/2017 LD R2 Hebron AS Dulles JZ Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/1/2017 LD R2 Cypress Woods AZ McNeil ND Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/1/2017 LD R1 Village AR Klein Oak JS Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/1/2017 LD R1 Kinkaid SS Houston Memorial AO Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VPF Sextos Strake Jesuit College Prep HW Bronx HS Of Science OL Aff Aff on a 2-1
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VPF R6 Fairmont Prep BA Plano West Senior TZ Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VPF R6 Cranbrook Kingswood KL Theodore Roosevelt CA Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VPF R3 Millburn MG Lakeville South RO Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VPF R3 Eagan KW Edina PS Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VPF R1 Miami Beach Sr SD James Madison Memorial GS Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/18/2017 VPF R1 Strake Jesuit College Prep DD William Fremd WM Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/8/2017 PFD Octos Westwood SB Carroll Senior LS Aff Aff on a 3-0
Grapevine Classic 9/8/2017 PFD Double Carroll Senior LS Cypress Woods MB Neg Aff on a 2-1
Grapevine Classic 9/8/2017 PFD Double Carroll Senior RR Aff Aff on a 3-0
Grapevine Classic 9/8/2017 PFD R3 Albuquerque RA Plano West Senior GM Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/8/2017 PFD R1 Hebron UK Edina TT Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/8/2017 PFD R1 Coronado CA Carroll Senior RM Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/19/2017 IPF Semis 14N362 14N372 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/19/2017 IPF R1 14N368 14N372 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament 6/19/2017 IPF R1 12N240 04N217 Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VLD R4 Harvard-Westlake LK Canyon Crest VC Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VLD R4 Rowland Hall-St. Mark's KO Canyon Crest EL Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VLD R3 West GG Harvard-Westlake WB Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VLD R3 Harvard-Westlake JG Santa Monica RE Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VLD R2 Winston Churchill JL Kent Denver KC Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VLD R2 Dougherty Valley KK Harvard-Westlake IP Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VLD R1 Westwood JA Katy Taylor CR Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley 2/18/2017 VLD R1 Lynbrook NS Harvard-Westlake JC Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 LD WAU Cypress Woods LC Harker SP Aff Aff on a 2-1
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 LD R6 Nueva JT Cypress Bay SD Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 LD R5 Oak Hall KZ West Broward AC Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 LD R4 Eastside Catholic DC Cypress Woods CJ Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 LD R3 Southlake Carroll AP Dallastown Area OM Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 LD R3 Pembroke Pines Charter WW Ardrey Kell DG Aff
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 LD R2 Edgemont ML Greenhill SK Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 LD R2 Homewood-Flossmoor MB Harker SP Neg
Barkley Forum for High Schools 1/27/2017 LD R1 Murrah JB Grapevine TS Neg
Winston Churchill Classic 1/6/2017 CLD R5 NorCro LR Westwo RS Aff
Winston Churchill Classic 1/6/2017 CLD R4 StoPoi RJ GeoRan AS Aff
Winston Churchill Classic 1/6/2017 CLD R4 LakTra MM FloMou CM Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/2/2016 LD Octo Kinkai JY CedPar MG Aff Aff on a 2-1
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/2/2016 LD N S Hebron XB StrJes AM Neg Neg on a 2-1
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/2/2016 LD R5 Midway CU CypCre DC Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/2/2016 LD R5 Klein FW StoPoi AA Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/2/2016 LD R4 McNeil AR Connal AW Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/2/2016 LD R4 McNeil ND StoPoi FB Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/2/2016 LD R3 McNeil KK KatTay AW Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/2/2016 LD R3 Connal AK StrJes JM Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/2/2016 LD R2 Dulles MK HouMem AF Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/2/2016 LD R2 Westwo NR PopJoh SW Aff
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VLD R7 Hoover AMy DuPont Manual JX Aff
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VLD R7 Ashland CB Greenhill SK Neg
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VLD R2 Bettendorf AW Katy Taylor AW Neg
2016 Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament 11/19/2016 VLD R1 Immaculate Heart MC Ransom Everglades HS Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 LD R5 Hockaday ES Cypress Woods YW Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 LD R4 Strake Jesuit CP WD Katy Taylor AW Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 LD R4 Grand Prairie MY Klein Oak AG Neg
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 LD R2 Lake Travis KE John Paul II DT Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 LD R2 Greenhill MK Marcus AE Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 LD R1 Kempner FH Lake Travis TW Aff
Grapevine Classic 9/9/2016 LD R1 Greenhill MR Marcus DK Aff
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational 2/5/2016 VLD O Plano East Senior AK Law Magnet DD Neg Neg on a 3-0
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational 2/5/2016 VLD O Marcus NS Dulles AW Neg Neg on a 3-0
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational 2/5/2016 VLD R5 Cypress Woods JD Cypress Falls KS Neg
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational 2/5/2016 VLD R4 Law Magnet CL Plano Senior EJ Aff
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational 2/5/2016 VLD R4 Law Magnet MG Westwood JA Aff
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational 2/5/2016 VLD R3 Flower Mound CS Southlake Carroll LG Aff
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational 2/5/2016 VLD R3 Greenhill SK Dulles NB Neg
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational 2/5/2016 VLD R2 Marcus NS Greenhill MK Aff
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational 2/5/2016 VLD R1 Plano East Senior AK Flower Mound RR Aff
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational 2/5/2016 VLD R1 Cypress Woods LC Marcus ST Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/4/2015 LD R3 LibChr BS LawMag DD Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/4/2015 LD R3 Episco RM HouMem MA Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/4/2015 LD R2 Montgo RM Vandeg AD Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/4/2015 LD R2 LawMag CL Kempne FH Neg
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/4/2015 LD R1 Kinkai SS LosAla KW Aff
Longhorn Classic at the University of Texas Austin 12/4/2015 LD R1 Kinkai JB Lindal RM Neg