Cade Cottrell

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Paradigm Statement
Last changed 14 February 2021 2:09 AM PST

cadecottrell@gmail.com

Updated October 2020

Note for Online Debate: Please check your internet connection, your audio clarity, and your volume levels before the debate starts. This can be as simple as doing a 2 minute speed drill for your partner in a separate chat. I don't want technology to become your biggest opponent in a debate. I will usually use a thumbs up to let you know I'm ready before speeches, so watch for that or let me know if you need a verbal response.

Yes I know my philosophy is unbearably long. I keep adding things without removing others, the same reason I was always top heavy when I debated. But I tried to keep it organized so hopefully you can find what you need, ask me questions if not.

For the few college tournaments I judge, understand that my philosophy is geared towards being of use to high school students since that is the vast, vast majority of my judging/coaching. Just use that as a filter when reading.

Seriously, I don't care what you read as long as you do it well. I really don't care if you argue that all K debaters should be banned from debate or argue that anyone who has ever read a plan is innately racist and should be kicked out of the community. If you win it, I'm happy to vote for it.

***Two Minutes Before A Debate Version***

I debated in high school for a school you've never heard of called Lone Peak, and in college for UNLV. I coached Foothill High School and currently coach Green Valley High School, as well as helping out as a hired gun at various institutions. I have debated at the NDT, was nationally competitive in high school, and coached a fair share of teams to the TOC if those things matter for your pref sheet (they shouldn't). I genuinely don't have a big bias for either side of the ideological spectrum. I seem to judge a fairly even mix of K vs K, Clash of Civs, and policy debates. I can keep up with any speed as long as its clear, I will inform you if you are not, although don't tread that line because I may miss arguments before I speak up. If you remain unclear I just won't flow it.

Sometimes I look or act cranky. I love debate and I love judging, so don't take it too seriously.

My biases/presumptions (but can of course be persuaded otherwise):

- Tech over Truth, but Logic over Cards

- Quality and Quantity are both useful. Quality increasingly so as the debate progresses.

- Condo is generally good

- Generic responses to the K are worse than generic K's

- Politics and States are generally theoretically legitimate (and strategic)

- Smart, logical counterplans don't necessarily need solvency advocates, especially not in the 1NC

- #Team1%Risk

- 2NC's don't read new off case positions often enough

- I believe in aff flexibility (read: more inclusive interpretations of what's topical) more than almost anyone I know. That is demonstrated in almost every aff I've read or coached. *Edit for CJR: This seems to be less true this year, as I find myself thinking about 50% of aff's I hear are untopical for one reason or another.*

- I'll vote for "rocks are people" if you win it (warrant still needed). Terrible arguments are easily torn apart, but that's the other team's duty, not mine.


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A Few Notes You Should Know:

Speaker Points: Firstly, I compare my speaker points to the mean after almost every tournament, so I try to stay in line with the community norm. I have had a dilemma with speaker points, and have recently changed my view. I think most judges view speaker points as a combination of style and substance, with one being more valuable than the other depending on the judge. I have found this frustrating as both a debater and coach trying to figure what caused a judge to give out the speaks they did. So I've decided to give out speaker points based solely on style rather than substance. I feel whichever team wins the substance of the debate will get my ballot so you are already rewarded, so I am going to give out speaker points based on the Ethos, Pathos, and Logos of a debater. Logos implies you are still extending good, smart arguments, but it just means that I won't tank speaks based off of technical drops (like floating pics, or a perm, etc) as some judges do, and I won't reward a team's speaker points for going for those arguments if I feel they are worse "speakers", the ballot is reward enough. Functionally all it means is that I probably give more low-point wins than some judges (about one a tournament), but at least you know why when looking at cume sheets after tournaments.

Debate is a rhetorical activity. This means if you want me to flow an argument, it must be intelligible, and warranted. I will not vote on an argument I do not have on my flow in a previous speech. I am a decent flow so don't be too scared but it means that if you are planning on going for your floating pic, a specific standard/trick on theory, a permutation that wasn't answered right in the block, etc. then you should make sure I have that argument written down and that you have explained it previously with sufficient nuance. I might feel bad that I didn't realize you were making a floating pic in the block, but only briefly, and you'll feel worse because ultimately it is my responsibility to judge based off of what is on my flow, so make those things clear. Being shady RARELY pays off in debate.

(*Update: This is no longer true in online debate tournaments, I look through docs because of potential clairty/tech issues*: I don't look at speech docs during debates except in rare instances. I read much less evidence after debates than most judges, often none at all. If you want me to read evidence, please say so, but also please tell me what I'm looking for. I prefer not to read evidence, so when I do after a round it means one of three things: 1. The debate is exceedingly close and has one or two issues upon which I am trying to determine the truth (rare). 2. You asked me to read the evidence because "its on fire" (somewhat common and potentially a fire hazard). 3. The debate was bad enough that I am trying to figure out what just happened.)


Prep time: I generally let teams handle their own prep, I do prefer if you don't stop prep until the email is sent. Doing so will make me much happier. If you are very blatantly stealing prep, I might call you out on it, or it might affect speaker points a little.

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Neg: I am very much in favor of depth over breadth. Generally that doesn't affect how I feel about large 1NC's but it means I find myself thinking "I wish they had consolidated more in the block" quite often, and almost never the opposite. If you don't consolidate much, you might be upset with the leeway I give to 1AR/2AR explanations. Being shady RARELY pays off in debate. Pick your best arguments and go to battle.

DA's: I love in-depth disad debates. Teams that beat up on other teams with large topic disads usually have one of two things: A. A large number of pre-written blocks B. A better understanding of the topic than their opponents. If you have both, or the latter, I'll quite enjoy the debate. If you only have the former, then you can still get the ballot but not as much respect (or speaker points). Small disads very specific to the aff are awesome. Small disads that are small in order to be unpredictable are not. I am of the "1% risk" discipline assuming that means the disad is closely debated. I am not of that discipline if your disad is just silly and you are trying to win it is 1% true, know the difference.

CP's: I have a soft spot for tricky counterplans. That doesn't mean I think process/cheating counterplans are legitimate, that just means I'll leave my bias at the door more than most judges if you get into a theory debate. That said, theory is won or lost through explanation, not through having the largest blocks. Generally I think counterplans should be functionally and textually competitive, that doesn't mean you can't win of yours isn't, it just means if it is then you probably have some theoretical high ground. I also think if you have a specific solvency advocate for the counterplan (meaning a piece of evidence that advocates doing the counterplan, not just evidence that says the counterplan "is a thing" [I'm looking at you, Consult CP people]) you should utilize that both as a solvency argument and as a theoretical justification for the counterplan. I am neutral on the judge kick question. If you want me to judge kick, say so in the 2NR/2NC, and if you don't then say so in the 1AR/2AR, that's an argument to be had. However, if no one makes an argument either way, my default is if the 2NR is DA, CP, Case, then I think there is an implicit assumption in that strategy that the squo is an option. If the 2NR is only CP & DA, I think the implicit assumption is aff vs. CP. Advantage counterplans are vastly underutilized. Logical counterplans probably don't need solvency advocates. Many Trump impacts (such as "Trump lashes out at China") can be counterplaned out of with "executive restraint", yet not enough people seem to do that.

T: I think the way reasonability is construed is sad and a disservice to the argument. I perceive competing interpretations as a question of whose interpretation sets the best standard for all future debate, and reasonability as a question of whether the aff harmed the negative's fairness/education in this specific round. Under that interpretation (Caveat: This assumes you are explaining reasonability in that fashion, usually people do not). I tend to lean towards reasonability since I think T should be a check against aff's that try to skirt around the topic, rather than as a catch-all. T is to help guarantee the neg has predictable ground. I've voted neg a few times when the aff has won their interp is technically accurate but the neg has won their interp is better for fairness/limits/ground, but that's mostly because I think that technical accuracy/framer's intent is an internal link, rather than an impact, do the additional work.

Theory: This is a discussion of what debate should look like, which is one of the most simple questions to ask ourselves, yet people get very mixed up and confused on theory since we are trained to be robots. I LOVE theory debates where the debaters understand debate well enough to just make arguments and use clash, and HATE debates where the debaters read blocks as fast as possible and assume people can flow that in any meaningful fashion (very few can, I certainly can't. Remember, I don't have the speech doc open). I generally lean negative on theory questions like condo (to a certain extent) and CP theory args, but I think cp's should be textually, and more importantly, functionally competitive, see above.

Framework/T against Non-Traditional Aff's: I have read and gone for both the Procedural Fairness/T version of this argument and the State Action Good/Framework version of this argument many times. I am more than willing to vote for either, and I also am fine with teams that read both and then choose one for the 2NR. However, I personally am of the belief that fairness is not an impact in and of itself but is an internal link to other impacts. If you go for Fairness as your sole impact you may win, but adequate aff answers to it will be more persuasive in front of me. Fairness as the only impact assumes an individual debate is ultimately meaningless, which while winnable, is the equivalent of having a 2NR against a policy aff that is solely case defense, and again I'm by default #1%RiskClub. "Deliberation/dialogue/nuanced discussion/role switching is key to ____________" sorts of arguments are usually better in front of me. As far as defending US action, go for it. My personal belief is that the US government is redeemable and reformable but I am also more than open to voting on the idea that it is not, and these arguments are usually going straight into the teeth of the aff's offense so use with caution. TVA's are almost essential for a succesful 2NR unless the aff is clearly anti-topical and you go for a nuanced switch side argument. TVA's are also most persuasive when explained as a plan text and what a 1AC looks like, not just a nebulous few word explanation like "government reform" or "T-Visas to solve patriarchy". I like the idea of an interp with multiple net benefits and often prefer a 1NC split onto 3-4 sheets in order to separate specific T/FW arguments. If you do this, each should have a clear link (which is your interp), an internal link and impact. Lastly, I think neg teams often let affs get away with pre-requisite arguments way too much, usually affs can't coherently explain why reading their philosophy at the top of the 1AC and then ending with a plan of action doesn't fulfill the mandates of their pre-requisite.

K's: These are the best and worst debates. The bad ones tend to be insufferable and the good ones tend to be some of the most engaging and thought provoking. Sadly, most debaters convince themselves they fall into the latter when they are the former so please take a good, long look in the mirror before deciding which you fall under. I have a broad knowledge of K authors, but not an in depth one on many, so if you want to go for the K you better be doing that work for me, I won't vote for anything that I don't totally understand BEFORE reading evidence, because I think that is a key threshold any negative should meet (see above), so a complex critical argument can be to your advantage or disadvantage depending on how well you explain it. I also think the framing args for the K need to be impacted and utilized, that in my opinion is the easiest way to get my ballot (unless you turn case or win a floating pic). In other words, if you can run the K well, do it, if not, don't (at least not in the 2NR).

Edit: I think it usually helps to know what the judge knows about your critique, so this list below may help be a guide:

I feel very comfortable with, know the literature, and can give good feedback on: Nietzsche, Wilderson, Moten (& Harney), Security, Neolib, Historical Materialism, Colonialism (both Decoloniality and Postcolonialism), Fem IR, Deleuze and Guattari (at least relative to most).

I have both debated and read these arguments, but still have gaps in my knowledge and may not know all the jargon: Hillman, Schmitt, Edelman, Zizek cap args, Agamben, Warren, Ableism, Kristeva, Heidegger, Orientalism, Virillio, Lacan, Anthro, Ligotti, Bataille, settler colonialism metaphysics arguments.

ELI5: Baudrillard, postmodern feminism arguments, Killjoy, Bifo, Zizek psychoanalysis, Object Oriented Ontology, Spanos, Buddhism, Taoism, your specific strain of "cybernetics", probably anything that isn't on these lists but ask first.

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Aff:

Bad aff teams wait til the 2AR to decide what their best arguments are against a position. Good aff teams have the round vision to make strategic choices in the 1AR and exploit them in the 2AR. Great aff teams have the vision to create a comprehensive strategy going into the 2AC. That doesn't mean don't give yourself lots of options, it just means you should know what arguments are ideally in the 2AR beforehand and you should adapt your 2AC based off of the 1NC as a whole. Analytical arguments in a 2AC are vastly underused.

Non-Traditional Affirmatives: I'm fine with these. They don't excite me any more or less than a topical aff. I think the key to these aff's is always framing. Both because negatives often go for framework but also because it is often your best tool against their counter-advocacy/K. I often am more persuaded by Framework/T when the aff is antitopical, rather than in the direction of the resolution, but I've voted to the contrary of that frequently enough. This won't affect the decision but I'll enjoy the aff more if it is very specific (read: relevant/jermaine/essential) to the topic, or very personal to yourself, it annoys me when people read non-traditional aff's just to be shady. Being shady RARELY pays off in debate.


Answering K's: It is exceedingly rare that the neg can't win a link to their K. That doesn't mean you shouldn't question the link by any means, permutations are good ways to limit the strength of neg offense, but it means that impact turning the K/alternative is very often a better strategy than going for a link turn and permutation for 5 minutes in the 2AR. I think this is a large reason why aff's increasingly have moved further right or further left, because being stuck in the middle is often a recipe for disaster. That said, being able to have a specific link turn or impact turn to the K that is also a net benefit to the permutation while fending against the most offensive portions of negative link arguments are some of the best 2AR's.





Last Notes:

I prefer quality over quantity of arguments. If you only need a minute in the 2NR/2AR then just use a minute, cover up any outs, and finish. I believe in the mercy rule in that sense, rambling or being braggadocios won't help your speaker points. I've tried to keep up with community inflation of speaker points, and I think they're right near average. I will vote against teams that clip and give the culprit 0 speaker points, however I believe in the standard of "beyond a reasonable doubt", so be certain before levying accusations and make sure to have a recording.

I'll give you +.1 speaker points if you can tell me what phrase appears the most in my philosophy. Both because it shows you care, you want to adapt to your judge, and maybe because I'm a tad narcissistic.

Things I like:
- A+ Quality Evidence (If you have such a card, and you explain why its better than the 3+ cards the other team read, I accept that more willingly than other judges)

- Brave (strategic) 1AR/2AR decisions

- Politics disads that turn each advantage

- If you are behind, I'd much rather you cheat/lie/steal (maybe not steal, and cheat within reason) than give up. If you ain't cheatin' you ain't tryin'.

- Neg blocks that only take 1-2 flows and just decimate teams.

- Controlling the "spin" of arguments (I'll give a lot of leeway)

- Red Bull/Monster/M&M's (Bringing me any of these will make me happy, me being happy = higher speaker points)


Things I don't like:
- Not knowing how to send speech docs in a timely manner!

- Debaters that act like they are of superior intelligence compared to their partner/opponents

- Reading arguments with little value other than trying to blindside teams (timecube, most word pics, etc.) Being shady RARELY pays off in debate.

- Being unclear

- Horses (Stop acting like they're so goddamn majestic, they're disgusting)

- Toasted Coconut

Full Judging Record
Tournament Lv Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
JW Patterson HS Invitational HS 2021-10-08 VCX Octas Leland SG Montgomery Bell TL Neg Neg 3-0
JW Patterson HS Invitational HS 2021-10-08 VCX R6 Greenhill JS Mill Valley RJ Neg
JW Patterson HS Invitational HS 2021-10-08 VCX R3 Greenhill MS Leland SG Aff
JW Patterson HS Invitational HS 2021-10-08 VCX R2 Greenhill MR Coppell PC Neg
JW Patterson HS Invitational HS 2021-10-08 VCX R1 Little Rock Central MB Caddo Magnet HW Aff
National Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2021-06-07 CX R6 119 308 Neg Neg 2-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2021-06-07 CX R5 288 191 Neg Neg 2-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2021-06-07 CX R4 188 209 Neg
National Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2021-06-07 CX R2 304 241 Neg Neg 2-0
National Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2021-06-07 CX R1 146 158 Aff Aff 2-0
Tournament of Champions HS 2021-04-17 CX Octafi Chaminade AH Berkeley Prep ZK Aff Aff 3-0
Tournament of Champions HS 2021-04-17 CX R6 Mamaroneck BO James Logan BM Neg
Tournament of Champions HS 2021-04-17 CX R4 Nevada Union GW North Broward Prep GG Aff
Tournament of Champions HS 2021-04-17 CX R3 Little Rock Central GR Lexington TK Aff
Tournament of Champions HS 2021-04-17 CX R2 Valley International Prep AU Greenhill GR Neg
Tournament of Champions HS 2021-04-17 CX R1 Liberal Arts and Science BR Lane Tech NP Aff
Washington State Debate Tournament HS 2021-03-19 Pol R5 St George's DR Kamiak KC Aff
Washington State Debate Tournament HS 2021-03-19 Pol R3 Garfield PS Eastlake YP Aff
Washington State Debate Tournament HS 2021-03-19 Pol R1 Mount Vernon GD University DH Neg
47th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2021-02-12 VCX Dbls Edina MO Greenhill GR Neg Neg 3-0
47th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2021-02-12 VCX R7 Greenhill GR Liberal Arts and Science BR Neg
47th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2021-02-12 VCX R6 Cottonwood Classical Prep KH Lexington OB Neg
47th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2021-02-12 VCX R4 Mamaroneck LP Berkeley Prep KZ Neg
47th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2021-02-12 VCX R3 Berkeley Prep DV Stuyvesant LP Aff
47th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2021-02-12 VCX R2 Walter Payton KS Damien AD Neg
47th Annual Harvard National Forensics Tournament HS 2021-02-12 VCX R1 Liberal Arts and Science KM Mamaroneck DT Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2021 HS 2021-01-30 VCX Double Liberal Arts and Science BR Kent Denver AH Aff Aff 3-0
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2021 HS 2021-01-30 VCX R5 Ferris MC Montgomery Bell GY Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2021 HS 2021-01-30 VCX R4 Alpharetta NT Wylie E. Groves LG Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2021 HS 2021-01-30 VCX R3 Notre Dame LP Cypress Bay LL Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2021 HS 2021-01-30 VCX R2 Westminster JS Liberal Arts and Science KM Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2021 HS 2021-01-30 VCX R1 Kent Denver CM Notre Dame UG Aff
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2021-01-08 VCX Dubs West HS SLC GR Peninsula OP Aff Aff 3-0
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2021-01-08 VCX R6 College Prep GH BASIS Peoria KC Aff
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2021-01-08 VCX R5 CK McClatchy BG West HS SLC GR Aff
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2021-01-08 VCX R3 Archbishop Mitty SC Peninsula LL Aff
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2020-12-18 CX Octafi Mamaroneck LS SF Roosevelt LT Neg Neg 2-1
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2020-12-18 CX R7 CK McClatchy TG Mamaroneck RM Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2020-12-18 CX R6 Georgetown Day CH Pine Crest YG Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2020-12-18 CX R5 Westwood NY Greenhill FS Neg
John Edie Holiday Debates Hosted by The Blake School HS 2020-12-18 CX R4 Lexington KS Lincoln LT Neg
Alta Silver and Black Invitational HS 2020-12-03 CX Quarte Gunn OS Notre Dame KS Neg Neg 2-1
Alta Silver and Black Invitational HS 2020-12-03 CX Octo Notre Dame KS Chaminade BK Aff Aff 2-1
Alta Silver and Black Invitational HS 2020-12-03 CX Double Damien DT Nevada Union GW Neg Neg 2-1
Alta Silver and Black Invitational HS 2020-12-03 CX R5 Copper Hills RL Highland PA Neg
Alta Silver and Black Invitational HS 2020-12-03 CX R4 Chaminade BK Gunn OS Aff
Alta Silver and Black Invitational HS 2020-12-03 CX R3 Kent Denver CM West HS SLC PS Aff
Alta Silver and Black Invitational HS 2020-12-03 CX R2 Okemos LH Lane Tech NP Neg
Alta Silver and Black Invitational HS 2020-12-03 CX R1 Damien BL Notre Dame AY Neg
Damus Hollywood Invitational HS 2020-11-07 VCX Quarte Meadows HY Alpharetta NS Neg Neg 3-0
Damus Hollywood Invitational HS 2020-11-07 VCX Octos Alpharetta NS Sonoma JM Neg Aff 2-1
Damus Hollywood Invitational HS 2020-11-07 VCX Rd6 Liberal Arts and Science HW CK McClatchy TA Aff
Damus Hollywood Invitational HS 2020-11-07 VCX Rd4 Polytechnic HW Alpharetta SD Aff
Damus Hollywood Invitational HS 2020-11-07 VCX Rd3 Polytechnic OO West Campus (Sacramento) MT Neg
Damus Hollywood Invitational HS 2020-11-07 VCX Rd2 Damien AD Bravo VP Aff
Damus Hollywood Invitational HS 2020-11-07 VCX Rd1 Alpharetta JM Damien DT Aff
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-05 RR-J R7 Solorio Kevin Ramirez & Giovanni Rios Mamaroneck Jacob Miller & Rayeed Rahman Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-05 RR-S R6 SF Roosevelt Rylie Torguson & Jazmyn Luckett North Broward Prep Dev Gopal & Jay Gopal Neg
University of Michigan HS Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-05 RR-S R1 Mamaroneck Tess Lepelstat & Sonia Suben Berkeley Prep Dhruv Kapadia & Zach Zinober Neg
The Meadows Invitational HS 2020-10-31 Pol V Octos Notre Dame AY Montgomery Bell YG Aff Neg 2-1
The Meadows Invitational HS 2020-10-31 Pol V R5 Greenhill GR Montgomery Bell YG Neg
The Meadows Invitational HS 2020-10-31 Pol V R4 Notre Dame DP Kent Denver AH Aff
The Meadows Invitational HS 2020-10-31 Pol V R2 Montgomery Bell AB Stockdale SP Aff
JW Patterson Invitational HS 2020-10-16 JVCX Finals St Mark's School of Texas ML Notre Dame GU Neg Neg 3-0
JW Patterson Invitational HS 2020-10-16 VCX Double Peninsula LL Little Rock Central RG Neg Neg 2-1
JW Patterson Invitational HS 2020-10-16 VCX R6 Winston Churchill KO Blue Valley Northwest MM Neg
JW Patterson Invitational HS 2020-10-16 VCX R5 Winston Churchill DS Blue Valley North TU Neg
JW Patterson Invitational HS 2020-10-16 VCX R4 Peninsula LL Jesuit MR Neg
JW Patterson Invitational HS 2020-10-16 VCX R3 Peninsula OP Notre Dame AY Neg
JW Patterson Invitational HS 2020-10-16 VCX R2 Blue Valley Northwest RY Damien AD Neg
JW Patterson Invitational HS 2020-10-16 VCX R1 Blue Valley Southwest CS Jesuit JB Neg
Sandra W Silvers Invitational at Calhoun HS 2020-10-10 NCX R2 Marist Botters & Getachew Woodward Mudaliar Neg
Sandra W Silvers Invitational at Calhoun HS 2020-10-10 OCX R1 Galloway Tewari & Gundlapalli Alpharetta Huey & Panati Aff
Damien Chuck Ballingall Memorial Invitational Virtual Edition HS 2020-10-03 O Pol Quar Damien AD Goldberg Academy of Verbal Pugilism GM Neg Neg 3-0
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2020-09-19 O CX Doub Westminster YL College Prep KS Aff Aff 3-0
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2020-09-19 O CX R6 Lowell WW Peninsula SY Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2020-09-19 O CX R5 DRAV Harbor Teacher Preparation BS ADL BW Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2020-09-19 O CX R4 Notre Dame GU Peninsula LL Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2020-09-19 O CX R3 Damien DH ADL CL Aff
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2020-09-19 O CX R2 Shark RW ModernBrain LS Aff
Grapevine Classic HS 2020-09-11 VCX R4 Greenhill FS Sonoma PK Aff
Grapevine Classic HS 2020-09-11 VCX R3 Gulliver Prep RR George Washington HC Neg
Grapevine Classic HS 2020-09-11 VCX R1 St George's CR Sonoma JM Aff
Tournament of Champions HS 2020-04-17 CX R6 Barstow TM Kent Denver LK Neg
Tournament of Champions HS 2020-04-17 CX R4 Damien BT Berkeley Prep KZ Aff
CCSD Tournament Desert Pines HS HS 2020-02-27 JV CX R3 AW 1209 AG 1201 Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2020 HS 2020-02-01 VCX Quarte Kent Denver HS Notre Dame DS Aff Aff 3-0
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2020 HS 2020-02-01 VCX Octos West HS SLC BK Ferris OS Neg Neg 3-0
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2020 HS 2020-02-01 VCX Double Damien BT Ferris OS Aff Neg 2-1
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2020 HS 2020-02-01 VCX R6 West HS SLC PS CK McClatchy TP Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2020 HS 2020-02-01 VCX R5 Kent Denver HS Oak Hill AC Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2020 HS 2020-02-01 VCX R4 Notre Dame KY Interlake CF Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2020 HS 2020-02-01 VCX R3 West HS SLC WO Kent Denver HoSk Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2020 HS 2020-02-01 VCX R2 Notre Dame DT Westminster FK Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV 2020 HS 2020-02-01 VCX R1 Kent Denver CT Interlake PQ Neg
GDSDA4 Panther Classic Palo Verde HS HS 2020-01-24 JVCX R1 AH 607 AD 600 Aff
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2020-01-10 VCX SF Kent Denver LK Bellarmine HM Neg Neg 3-0
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2020-01-10 VCX QF Bellarmine HM SLC West WP Aff Aff 3-0
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2020-01-10 VCX OF Casady BH Bellarmine FU Aff Neg 2-1
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2020-01-10 VCX Dubs SLC West BK Desert Vista LW Aff Aff 2-1
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2020-01-10 VCX R6 Desert Vista LW Kent Denver MB Aff
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2020-01-10 VCX R5 Copper Hills RT Bellarmine FU Neg
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2020-01-10 VCX R4 Hamilton CG College Prep RT Neg
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2020-01-10 VCX R3 Bellarmine IG Head Royce RK Aff
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2020-01-10 VCX R2 Rowland Hall AP Head Royce UJ Aff
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2020-01-10 VCX R1 Casady BH Bingham HL Aff
Alta Silver and Black Invitational HS 2019-12-05 CX R6 Alpharetta HS SD SLC West BK Aff
Alta Silver and Black Invitational HS 2019-12-05 CX R5 Meadows HW Eagle WL Neg
Alta Silver and Black Invitational HS 2019-12-05 CX R4 Kent Denver AH SF Roosevelt KH Neg
Alta Silver and Black Invitational HS 2019-12-05 CX R3 Alpharetta HS GN Damien DD Aff
Alta Silver and Black Invitational HS 2019-12-05 CX R2 Salem Hills QH Copper Hills BC Neg
Alta Silver and Black Invitational HS 2019-12-05 CX R1 Kent Denver LK SF Roosevelt TL Aff
The Meadows Tournament HS 2019-10-25 Pol Finals Harvard-Westlake NW Damien BT Neg Aff 2-1
The Meadows Tournament HS 2019-10-25 Pol Quarte Harvard-Westlake NW Chaminade AH Aff Aff 3-0
The Meadows Tournament HS 2019-10-25 Pol Octos Damien BT Interlake PT Neg Aff 2-1
The Meadows Tournament HS 2019-10-25 Pol R5 Interlake CF Greenhill MK Aff
The Meadows Tournament HS 2019-10-25 Pol R3 Chaminade BQ Damien BT Neg
The Meadows Tournament HS 2019-10-25 Pol R2 Nevada Union WD College Prep KS Neg
2019 Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2019-09-21 O CX R6 Bellarmine CD Damien BT Neg
2019 Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2019-09-21 O CX R5 Northwood FF Bellarmine IG Neg
2019 Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2019-09-21 O CX R4 Nevada Union WD Peninsula CS Neg
2019 Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2019-09-21 O CX R3 West Campus MS Bakersfield AD Aff
2019 Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2019-09-21 O CX R2 Bellarmine MH La Reina HM Aff
2019 Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2019-09-21 O CX R1 Peninsula FW Rosemont WN Aff
Tournament of Champions HS 2019-04-27 CX R4 Davis Senior WN Kinkaid KH Aff
Tournament of Champions HS 2019-04-27 CX R2 Peninsula ST Coppell DR Aff
Tournament of Champions HS 2019-04-27 CX R1 North Broward Prep DF Blue Valley North AL Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley HS 2019-02-16 VCX Octos Kent Denver HS Davis Senior WN Neg Neg 2-1
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley HS 2019-02-16 VCX Double Peninsula ST CK McClatchy FS Aff Aff 3-0
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley HS 2019-02-16 VCX Triple Greenhill RH Nevada Union AN Neg Neg 3-0
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley HS 2019-02-16 VCX R6 Minneapolis South HK Brophy AC Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley HS 2019-02-16 VCX R5 Peninsula AW CK McClatchy FS Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley HS 2019-02-16 VCX R4 Northwood LL Rural Jurors BP Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley HS 2019-02-16 VCX R2 Greenhill RT Kamiak LK Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley HS 2019-02-16 VCX R1 Gunn Sr AP Polytechnic FC Neg
2019 California Round Robin HS 2019-02-14 CX RR R7 Kinkaid HP Rowland Hall GY Neg Neg 2-0
2019 California Round Robin HS 2019-02-14 CX RR R6 Coppell RD Bellarmine VR Aff Aff 2-0
2019 California Round Robin HS 2019-02-14 CX RR R5 McQueen RR Jesuit HM Neg Neg 2-0
2019 California Round Robin HS 2019-02-14 CX RR R4 Montgomery Bell BG Rural Jurors BP Aff Aff 2-0
2019 California Round Robin HS 2019-02-14 CX RR R2 CK McClatchy FS Overland Park North Independent CM Neg Neg 2-0
2019 California Round Robin HS 2019-02-14 CX RR R1 Overland Park North Independent CM Coppell RD Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2019-02-02 VCX Octos Harvard-Westlake DN Cypress Bay BL Aff Aff 3-0
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2019-02-02 VCX Double Cypress Bay BG Westminster FP Aff Aff 2-1
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2019-02-02 VCX R6 Nevada Union AN Interlake TN Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2019-02-02 VCX R5 Classical TT Peninsula FS Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2019-02-02 VCX R4 Westminster MR Damien BG Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2019-02-02 VCX R3 Chaminade CP AB San Marino TW Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2019-02-02 VCX R2 Classical MM Berkeley Prep KK Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2019-02-02 VCX R1 Cypress Bay BG Damien HB Aff
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2019-01-04 VCX Quarte Polytechnic DN McQueen CL Aff Aff 3-0
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2019-01-04 VCX Octs McQueen CL Northwood HS Independent LL Aff Aff 2-1
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2019-01-04 NCX QF BASIS Chandler SM Hamilton JP Aff Aff 2-1
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2019-01-04 VCX R6 Polytechnic FC Chaminade CP HK Neg
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2019-01-04 VCX R5 Kent Denver TB Juan Diego Catholic BR Neg
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2019-01-04 VCX R4 St Francis KV Juan Diego Catholic MS Aff
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2019-01-04 VCX R3 Kent Denver SH College Prep SM Aff
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2019-01-04 VCX R2 Lowell BR Kent Denver AL Neg
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2019-01-04 VCX R1 Kent Denver RT Canyon Crest Independent WW Aff
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic HS 2018-12-01 CX R6 Peninsula TW Classical TT Neg
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic HS 2018-12-01 CX R5 Peninsula FS Lowell BR Neg
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic HS 2018-12-01 CX R4 Peninsula PS Westview HS - San Diego, CA JZ Neg
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic HS 2018-12-01 CX R3 Chaminade CP HK Peninsula MP Aff
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic HS 2018-12-01 CX R2 Advanced Technologies Acad BS Peninsula SY Neg
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic HS 2018-12-01 CX R1 Coronado LL Peninsula CR Aff
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament C 2018-10-20 Open R4 Cal State Fullerton SW Wyoming LT Neg
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament C 2018-10-20 Nov R3 Fullerton CS Cal State Fullerton RS Neg
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament C 2018-10-20 Nov R2 Miami HH Houston BS Aff
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament C 2018-10-20 Nov R1 Houston NT Fullerton KB Aff
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2018-09-22 O CX Octo Peninsula ST St. George's CY Neg Neg 3-0
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2018-09-22 O CX Doub St Francis VS Harvard-Westlake ND Neg Neg 3-0
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2018-09-22 O CX R6 Eastlake YW College Prep BM Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2018-09-22 O CX R5 Interlake LT College Prep JP Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2018-09-22 O CX R4 Nevada Union FG St. George's CY Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2018-09-22 O CX R3 CK McClatchy MS Bravo MC Aff
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2018-09-22 O CX R2 Peninsula PQ Polytechnic FC Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2018-09-22 O CX R1 Peninsula LS Nevada Union AN Neg
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2018-02-03 VCX Octos Chicago Independent HM Kent Denver KK Aff Aff 2-1
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2018-02-03 VCX Double Chicago Independent HM Rowland Hall AD Aff Aff 3-0
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2018-02-03 VCX R6 Polytechnic MN Wayzata MC Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2018-02-03 VCX R5 Clovis North YP Eagle CL Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2018-02-03 VCX R4 Wayzata PK Northwood Independent HG Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2018-02-03 VCX R3 Wylie E. Groves MB Kent Denver JL Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2018-02-03 VCX R2 Desert Vista LG Rowland Hall HM Aff
Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV HS 2018-02-03 VCX R1 Damien BJ Harker HL Aff
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2018-01-05 NCX F Salt Lake City West AS Polytechnic OH Neg Neg 3-0
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2018-01-05 NCX SF Hamilton HW Salt Lake City West AS Neg Neg 3-0
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2018-01-05 VCX OF McQueen RR Kent Denver HM Aff Aff 3-0
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2018-01-05 VCX 2x Park City HS AH Salt Lake City West LN Neg Neg 2-1
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2018-01-05 VCX R6 Kent Denver RT Salt Lake City West ZT Aff
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2018-01-05 VCX R5 Harker KH Brophy CP SH Aff
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2018-01-05 VCX R4 Albuquerque AS University HS, Irvine LL Neg
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2018-01-05 VCX R3 Polytechnic NM Oakwood School - North Hollywood JS Neg
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2018-01-05 VCX R2 La Cueva KN Kent Denver SK Neg
Arizona State HDSHC Invitational HS 2018-01-05 VCX R1 Salt Lake City West LN Polytechnic HW Neg
Damus Hollywood Invitational and USC Round Robin HS 2017-11-02 VCX Double Camas LL Polytechnic FN Aff Aff 2-1
Damus Hollywood Invitational and USC Round Robin HS 2017-11-02 VCX Rd6 USN MM Head Royce WL Aff
Damus Hollywood Invitational and USC Round Robin HS 2017-11-02 VCX Rd5 Polytechnic WH Rowland Hall-St Mark BY Aff
Damus Hollywood Invitational and USC Round Robin HS 2017-11-02 VCX Rd4 Interlake HS - Bellevue BS Rowland Hall-St Mark DC Neg
Damus Hollywood Invitational and USC Round Robin HS 2017-11-02 VCX Rd3 Fullerton Union GK Rowland Hall-St Mark HM Neg
Damus Hollywood Invitational and USC Round Robin HS 2017-11-02 VCX Rd2 Polytechnic MG Chaminade CP AH Aff
Damus Hollywood Invitational and USC Round Robin HS 2017-11-02 VCX Rd1 Rosemont WR Kent Denver HM Aff
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament at UNLV C 2017-10-21 JV Quarte Miami LL Emporia State JW Neg Neg 2-1
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament at UNLV C 2017-10-21 Open R6 UC Berkeley DW Binghamton YM Neg
Las Vegas Classic Debate Tournament at UNLV C 2017-10-21 Open R5 Southern California DR Fresno State MS Aff
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2017-09-30 O CX Quart CK McClatchy LP Chaminade CP AT Aff Aff 3-0
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2017-09-30 O CX Octo CK McClatchy LP Polytechnic HW Aff Aff 3-0
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2017-09-30 O CX R6 New Design Charter School-University Park PG CK McClatchy RM Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2017-09-30 O CX R5 CK McClatchy KM Nevada Union RM Aff
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2017-09-30 O CX R4 Peninsula FG Damien BR Aff
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2017-09-30 O CX R3 CK McClatchy FS College Prep NW Aff
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2017-09-30 O CX R2 Nevada Union AM Peninsula JL Aff
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2017-09-30 O CX R1 Downtown Magnets GR CK McClatchy LP Neg
31st Annual Stanford Invitational HS 2017-02-11 VCX Quarte Polytechnic XW Peninsula TW Neg Aff 2-1
31st Annual Stanford Invitational HS 2017-02-11 VCX Octafi Peninsula JK Damien RY Aff Aff 3-0
31st Annual Stanford Invitational HS 2017-02-11 VCX Double Oakland Tech BP Peninsula JK Neg Neg 3-0
31st Annual Stanford Invitational HS 2017-02-11 VCX R6 George Washington CO EM Fullerton Union GK Neg
31st Annual Stanford Invitational HS 2017-02-11 VCX R5 Polytechnic CG Mountain Brook SW Aff
31st Annual Stanford Invitational HS 2017-02-11 VCX R4 Peninsula TW St. Vincent De Paul HP Aff
31st Annual Stanford Invitational HS 2017-02-11 VCX R3 Sage Ridge RK Oakland Tech BP Aff
31st Annual Stanford Invitational HS 2017-02-11 VCX R2 Sonoma DS Peninsula GT Aff
31st Annual Stanford Invitational HS 2017-02-11 VCX R1 Sonoma NH Damien JB Neg
Arizona St Hugh Downs School of Human Comm Invitational HS 2017-01-05 VCX Octas Sky View MK Kent Denver KK Neg Neg 3-0
Arizona St Hugh Downs School of Human Comm Invitational HS 2017-01-05 VCX Round Bay Area Urban Debate League LS Lowell CZ Neg
Arizona St Hugh Downs School of Human Comm Invitational HS 2017-01-05 VCX Round Canyon Crest JR Rowland Hall BP Neg
Arizona St Hugh Downs School of Human Comm Invitational HS 2017-01-05 VCX Round Bingham SS Copper Hills BN Aff
Arizona St Hugh Downs School of Human Comm Invitational HS 2017-01-05 VCX Round Dougherty Valley FF Kent Denver MJ Neg
Arizona St Hugh Downs School of Human Comm Invitational HS 2017-01-05 VCX Round June Jordan RO Desert Vista GL Neg
Arizona St Hugh Downs School of Human Comm Invitational HS 2017-01-05 VCX Round Northwest Career RW Bingham SO Neg
Alta Silver and Black HS 2016-12-01 CX R6 Nevada Union AM CK McClatchy NM Neg
Alta Silver and Black HS 2016-12-01 CX R5 Centennial MT Bingham SS Neg
Alta Silver and Black HS 2016-12-01 CX R4 Rowland Hall-St. Mark's BP Polytechnic DN Aff
Alta Silver and Black HS 2016-12-01 CX R3 Bingham SO Camas LL Neg
Alta Silver and Black HS 2016-12-01 CX R2 Rowland Hall-St. Mark's AS Palo Verde WB Aff
Alta Silver and Black HS 2016-12-01 CX R1 Polytechnic CG George Washington CO AC Aff
The Meadows Invitational HS 2016-10-28 Pol Octos Greenhill SK Interlake LL Aff Aff 3-0
The Meadows Invitational HS 2016-10-28 Pol R6 Nevada Union MA Rowland Hall-St. Mark's BB Aff
The Meadows Invitational HS 2016-10-28 Pol R5 Peninsula AS Kent Denver KK Neg
The Meadows Invitational HS 2016-10-28 Pol R4 Rowland Hall-St. Mark's SY Greenhill MK Neg
The Meadows Invitational HS 2016-10-28 Pol R3 Rowland Hall-St. Mark's BM Santa Margarita Catholic CW Aff
The Meadows Invitational HS 2016-10-28 Pol R2 Bingham SS Sage Ridge KR Neg
The Meadows Invitational HS 2016-10-28 Pol R1 Canyon Springs AW CK McClatchy LP Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2016-09-24 V CX Octo CK McClatchy PL Chaminade LA Aff Aff 3-0
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2016-09-24 V CX R6 College Prep MM Chaminade LA Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2016-09-24 V CX R5 CK McClatchy PL College Prep NH Aff
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2016-09-24 V CX R4 Damien YR College Prep RH Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2016-09-24 V CX R3 Peninsula WT Sonoma VK Aff
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2016-09-24 V CX R2 St. Francis NG Classical ST Neg
Jack Howe Memorial Tournament HS 2016-09-24 V CX R1 Damien GB Sonoma DS Neg
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic HS 2015-12-04 CX Octo San Dieguito WW University RC Neg Neg 2-1
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic HS 2015-12-04 CX R6 Damien MP University RC Aff
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic HS 2015-12-04 CX R5 Polytechnic LD Torrey Pines PZ Aff
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic HS 2015-12-04 CX R4 Damien AY Leland VV Neg
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic HS 2015-12-04 CX R3 CK McClatchy HN Peninsula KL Aff
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic HS 2015-12-04 CX R2 Arcadia LW Peninsula JK Aff
La Costa Canyon Winter Classic HS 2015-12-04 CX R1 Nevada Union MS Fullerton Union GK Aff
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship HS 2015-04-12 LD R6 Greenhill VA Peninsula JL Aff
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship HS 2015-04-12 LD R5 Loyola JO Gig Harbor CA Aff
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship HS 2015-04-12 LD R4 Harker PR Newark Science SS Neg
2015 Golden Desert Debates HS 2015-01-31 VCX R6 Meadows CN St. Vincent De Paul MD Aff
2015 Golden Desert Debates HS 2015-01-31 VCX R5 Leucadia Independent GY Rowland Hall-St. Mark's RW Aff
2015 Golden Desert Debates HS 2015-01-31 VCX R4 Damien CS Rowland Hall-St. Mark's KL Neg
2015 Golden Desert Debates HS 2015-01-31 VCX R3 Kent Denver LG Notre Dame KR Neg
2015 Golden Desert Debates HS 2015-01-31 VCX R2 University HS, Irvine LS El Cerrito Independent MS Neg
2015 Golden Desert Debates HS 2015-01-31 VCX R1 Hillcrest HM Damien MP Neg
Panther Classic Palo Verde HS HS 2015-01-23 JVCX R3 AG 617 AD 602 Aff
Panther Classic Palo Verde HS HS 2015-01-23 JVCX R2 AD 603 AZ 601 Aff
Panther Classic Palo Verde HS HS 2015-01-23 JVCX R1 AA 608 AD 604 Neg
Southwest Championship at Arizona State HS 2015-01-08 VCX Semis Leucadia Independent GY Damien CS Neg Aff 2-1
Southwest Championship at Arizona State HS 2015-01-08 VCX Qrtrs Leucadia Independent GY Lowell BZ Aff Aff 2-1
Southwest Championship at Arizona State HS 2015-01-08 VCX Octas POLYTECHNIC HM South Anchorage RH Aff Aff 3-0
Southwest Championship at Arizona State HS 2015-01-08 NCX Octas Hamilton JK College Prep NP Aff Neg 2-1
Southwest Championship at Arizona State HS 2015-01-08 VCX Round St Francis RS College Prep MR Aff
Southwest Championship at Arizona State HS 2015-01-08 VCX Round Juan Diego Catholic LB POLYTECHNIC HL Aff
Southwest Championship at Arizona State HS 2015-01-08 VCX Round College Prep XM Lowell BZ Neg
Southwest Championship at Arizona State HS 2015-01-08 VCX Round South Anchorage LS Juan Diego Catholic CT Aff
Southwest Championship at Arizona State HS 2015-01-08 VCX Round Bakersfield BC Juan Diego Catholic MD Aff
Southwest Championship at Arizona State HS 2015-01-08 VCX Round South Anchorage SJ POLYTECHNIC BW Neg
Alta Silver and Black HS 2014-12-03 CX Quarte Rowland Hall-St. Mark's WG Polytechnic MH Neg Aff 2-1
Alta Silver and Black HS 2014-12-03 CX Octos Desert Vista BL Rowland Hall-St. Mark's WG Neg Neg 2-1
Alta Silver and Black HS 2014-12-03 CX Double Glenbrook North JM Ingraham BG Aff Aff 3-0
Alta Silver and Black HS 2014-12-03 CX R7 Bingham SW Desert Vista BL Neg
Alta Silver and Black HS 2014-12-03 CX R6 Skyview ML Centennial KT Aff
Alta Silver and Black HS 2014-12-03 CX R5 El Cerrito Independent MS Juan Diego Catholic MD Aff
Alta Silver and Black HS 2014-12-03 CX R4 Denver East YO Juan Diego Catholic AZ Neg
Alta Silver and Black HS 2014-12-03 CX R3 Bingham LW George Washington SF Neg
Alta Silver and Black HS 2014-12-03 CX R2 Polytechnic MH Skyview WN Aff
Alta Silver and Black HS 2014-12-03 CX R1 El Cerrito Independent GC George Washington AB Aff
Canyon Springs Pioneer Invitational HS 2014-11-14 VPol R3 AB 405 AB 404 Aff
Canyon Springs Pioneer Invitational HS 2014-11-14 JVPol R2 AW 606 AM 601 Aff
Canyon Springs Pioneer Invitational HS 2014-11-14 NPol R1 AW 507 AM 521 Aff
Damus Hollywood Invitational and USC Round Robin HS 2014-11-06 VarCX R6 San Dieguito ZD Rowland Hall St Marks KL Neg
Damus Hollywood Invitational and USC Round Robin HS 2014-11-06 VarCX R4 St. Vincent de Paul HM El Cerrito MS Neg
Damus Hollywood Invitational and USC Round Robin HS 2014-11-06 VarCX R3 Damien DR CK McClatchy BF Neg
Damus Hollywood Invitational and USC Round Robin HS 2014-11-06 VarCX R2 CK McClatchy HP University CS Neg
Damus Hollywood Invitational and USC Round Robin HS 2014-11-06 VarCX R1 Rowland Hall St Marks LF Interlake GY Neg
The Meadows School HS 2014-10-31 Pol Quarte Rowland Hall St Marks WG Damien CS Aff Aff 2-0
The Meadows School HS 2014-10-31 Pol Octos Leucadia Independent GY College Prep HJ Aff Aff 3-0
The Meadows School HS 2014-10-31 Pol R6 Rowland Hall St Marks BM St. Vincent de Paul PR Aff
The Meadows School HS 2014-10-31 Pol R5 Leucadia Independent GY Bronx Science MM Aff
The Meadows School HS 2014-10-31 Pol R4 Kinkaid BR Bronx Science LY Aff
The Meadows School HS 2014-10-31 Pol R2 St. Vincent de Paul CH Damien MP Aff
The Cal Invitational at UC Berkeley HS 2014-02-15 VCX Double Damien ML Rowland Hall GK Neg Neg 2-1
The Cal Invitational at UC Berkeley HS 2014-02-15 VCX Triple Damien ML University SS Aff Aff 2-1
The Cal Invitational at UC Berkeley HS 2014-02-15 VCX R7 Juan Diego Catholic BL Homewood-Flossmoor CR Aff
The Cal Invitational at UC Berkeley HS 2014-02-15 VCX R6 St. Vincent de Paul LH Harker Ka Neg
The Cal Invitational at UC Berkeley HS 2014-02-15 VCX R5 Wayzata KM St George's MR Aff
The Cal Invitational at UC Berkeley HS 2014-02-15 VCX R4 SF Austin EE POLYTECHNIC AA Neg
The Cal Invitational at UC Berkeley HS 2014-02-15 VCX R3 Harker SM Interlake LM Neg
The Cal Invitational at UC Berkeley HS 2014-02-15 VCX R2 Encinitas Independent DZ Desert Vista ZR Neg
The Cal Invitational at UC Berkeley HS 2014-02-15 VCX R1 Taylor BK Lynbrook CG Aff
Southwest Championship CXLD HS 2014-01-09 VCX Octas La Costa Canyon GY Lowell CB Aff Aff 2-1
Southwest Championship CXLD HS 2014-01-09 VCX 2x Bingham SN Juan Diego Catholic ZL Neg Neg 2-1
Southwest Championship CXLD HS 2014-01-09 VCX Round San Dieguito ZD Damien RL Neg
Southwest Championship CXLD HS 2014-01-09 VCX Round Phoenix Country Day LL South Anchorage JV Neg
Southwest Championship CXLD HS 2014-01-09 VCX Round Head Royce SL La Costa Canyon GY Neg
Southwest Championship CXLD HS 2014-01-09 VCX Round Damien CS Los Alamos CW Aff
Southwest Championship CXLD HS 2014-01-09 VCX Round Lowell VC Hamilton CZ Aff
Southwest Championship CXLD HS 2014-01-09 VCX Round Phoenix Country Day GW POLYTECHNIC AA Neg