Gavin Loyd Paradigm

Last changed 31 May 2021 10:41 AM CDT

trisgav2@gmail.com - Yes, I want to be on the email chain. -- please format the subject as "Tournament Name -- Round # -- Aff School AF vs. Neg School NG." Example: "TOC -- Finals -- MBA BM vs. WY MM."

If you have any questions before the round starts, please don't hesitate to ask.

LD specific stuff is at the very bottom.

Quick Bio:

Hebron '20. Did CX debate all 4 years. Read K affs/negs sophomore-senior year. 2A Soph, 2N Junior, 2A Senior.

Debate at UT Austin. FYO.

Coach novices at Westwood HS.

TLDR:

Spreading - Yes

Open CX - Yes

No Plan Text (Varsity/JV)- Yes

No Plan Text (Novice) - No

Kritiks - Yes

Topicality - Yes

Disclosure Theory -- Ideally, you'll have some proof of mis/lack of disclosure to make things easier, but I'm willing to vote on it.

Cards in Body of the Email - You get 1 per speech given. Anything more, and you put it in a document.

If you open-source and do round reports with the details of the 1AC, 1NC, and 2NR, tell me right when the round ends, and I'll increase your speaks by .2 after checking.

General Philosophy:

I conceptualize much of debate as who is winning the "framing issue." How do I evaluate offense, what do I prioritize, post fiat or pre-fiat? Answer this question of debate for me, and it'll give you a strong cushion to supercharge your line by line and gives me very simple ways to conceptualize my RFD.

I'll vote on anything. K, DA, CP, T, Impact turns, theory, etc. My debate history was entirely Ks, but don't over adapt to me. Do what you do best.

Reconcile what impacts come first or how to weigh them relative to your opponent's.

Framing pages are really boring. Spark is entertaining. Give me more spark or dedev.

If you say *anything* that is construable as racist, I reserve the right to drop you and go on about my day.

Disadvantages:

Look, it's a DA; just extend it properly, please.

Ideally, do not read a soft left DA versus a plan text aff.

Counterplans:

Clever counter-plans and PICS are fun. Generics are also fun if run well. I probably lean neg on most CP theory except for consult and solvency advocate.

If a CP text just has "do the aff" or something similar instead of explicitly saying the portion of the aff that the CP is doing, the Aff team can just say "They don't know how to write a plan text. They don't actually fiat anything real so it doesn't solve anything" and that will be sufficient for the aff to win the CP.

I don't judge kick unless you tell me to.

Kritiks:

4-minute overviews make me cry. Case-specific links are great. Generic links are fine and can definitely be won.

I have the most experience with Settler Colonialism, Afropess, Virilio, Heidegger, and Black Nihilism. However, I also have worked with Ks like Agamben, Baudrillard, Foucault, Security, Queer Theory, Psychoanalysis, etc. Pretty much, I won't be scared of whatever you decide to run. That does not mean I will do the work to fill in the analysis for you, though - explain your stuff.

Unfortunately, most framework debates in the 2NR/2AR often become meaningless with a lack of clash. At that point, I functionally default to weigh the aff, but the K gets its links in whatever form they are. If this isn't strategic for you, then put the work in and win FW by answering their stuff and not just extending yours.

I'm generally quite willing to vote on all the cheaty K tricks like floating PIKS or all in on FW. With being willing to vote on small techy tricks, I'm also fine with voting on the hard right approaches to answering Ks, whether that means going all-in on heg good/impact turning the K.

Identity K's Warning--- I'm not against people reading kritiks outside of their subject position. However, I think that debaters who choose to run these Kritiks are obligated to do the maximum amount of research and practice necessary to make sure they do not bastardize the literature or make a mockery of the argument. You don't get just to pick up the argument, know like 45% of the buzzwords, and call it a day.

Root cause arguments are not links. If your only link is just a root cause then I probably won't give it much weight.

I seem to judge a fair amount of Wilderson/Warren debates so here are a few things. On the state good side -- just winning a list of reforms isn't enough for me. I need to hear a clear counter-theorization of how the world operates and comparative claims to take out social death/equivalent claims. Reforms prove that counter-theorization but don't make a theory in and of itself. On the Wilderson/Warren side -- you need to be justifying your theory of the world way more than just the surface level claims. Saying "Jim crow to prison industrial complex" over and over again does not make a full argument. Ideally, for Wilderson, I'll hear some thesis-level explanation like a few seconds on social death or what the libidinal economy is rather than just "extend the conceded libidinal economy". To me, the "Jim Crow to PIC" explanation requires the thesis level explanation to precede it for it to be true. For both teams -- I've found that most debates are decided by who undercovers ontology/libidinal economy the most. Many arguments on the flow come secondary to winning this and applying it to those other things so identify what you can afford to give up to make my decision easier. You can still win ontology/metaphysics and lose the debate, but there are far fewer scenarios where that's true.

University K's that claim to PIK out of the university or debate make very little sense to me. If you go for the University K, you would be better off focusing on executing the K differently than the PIK approach.

Kritikal Affs:

For the negative - I'm not the best judge for fairness as a terminal impact. I think it's tough to evaluate fairness versus K impacts, so I'll probably need some external benefit to fairness like clash. Don't read this as me being dogmatically against voting on fairness. Instead, I need an incredibly robust explanation of fairness with a large amount of case mitigation to vote on it. BUT - fairness is a great controlling IL to filter things, so definitely leverage it as a part of other impacts if you go that route.

The one caveat to the above fairness stuff -- hyper-personal affs that don't defend a "strategy" or "theory of power" make me more open to fairness as an impact because I genuinely can't see a role for the negative there. Note: this is not the same thing as like "Warren/Onto Terror - endurance strategies good." Affs of that nature are possible to negate.

Ks are often a great strategy versus a K aff if you do your HW to learn it. I default to the aff gets a perm, but feel free to win they don't. Just winning your theory of power isn't sufficient for me to vote negative, but it definitely supercharges link arguments.

Impacts turns are great and underutilized. Feel free just to drop a rack of offense and challenge the fundamental assumptions of the 1AC. A great debate here will likely get you more speaks than I would normally give just because it's interesting, and the very nature of the argument is that the clash between the teams is more robust.

DAs -- if a K team is trying to be tricky and give you topic DAs. Feel free to call them out on it and drop CP/DAs in the 1NC and GO FOR THEM (but have case answers) A) I think it's disingenuous when the Neg goes for FW and acts like there was zero way to engage when CX of the 1AC explains the aff as in line with the topic, just without a plan text (debate to be had, of course) and B) how many speeches do you think the Aff team has given versus FW and versus a DA?

For the aff -

You need to either win a) your model is better than theirs or b) their model is really, really bad if you don't have a c/i.

I find myself voting negative in these debates when the Aff fails to give me a framing argument to filter negative offense, so do that work for me.

Be ready to defend your solvency mechanism. I'm not necessarily holding you to an absurdly high burden, but I need a coherent story if pushed back against, about what my voting aff does. Do I signify a good political strategy, does my ballot literally break the system (lol), does it change mindsets, etc. Presumption is persuasive, so don't disrespect it by under covering it.

I'm not the judge for rounds where you and the opponent agree to have a "discussion" and talk about important issues outside the traditional speech times of debate. These things are likely important, but I really don't want to have to make a decision on something like that, especially since it doesn't follow traditional understandings of flowing and offense/defense and it effectively requires judge intervention.

Topicality:

I default to competing interpretations.

Give me a case list, especially if it's a weirder interp.

Go slower than you would with a DA/K/CP. I find it harder to flow T than other off-cases at high speed.

Weird and Random Technical Things:

Speech times are a rule, while things like topicality are a norm. What that means is that I'm willing to entertain a debate about the benefits of topicality/FW vs. a K aff. If you speak over the timer, I will not flow or evaluate what you are saying, even if it is a part of your argumentation.

No, the neg will never get a 3NR.

I greatly dislike completely new 1AR cards if the argument was made in the 1NC and dropped in the 2AC. There is a big gray area here for what it means to be "dropped," but you should be able to realize what is abusive or not.

Off-case positions should be clearly labeled in the 1NC. I don't like the awkward moments where people give the 2AC roadmap, and there's a silence or argument while the 2A tries to name the off-case themselves.

I'll generally evaluate inserted rehighlighting of the opponent's evidence. There is obviously a point where a team could abuse this -- don't do that. But, I think that teams should be punished for under highlighting/mis highlighting their evidence. Due to time trade-offs/competitive incentives, I think that forcing you to verbally re-read the evidence punishes you more. Essentially, one or two key inserted rehighlightings is fine, but if you're inserting the entire 1ac re-highlighted, that's not ok.

Don't say "brief off-time roadmap." Just say roadmap, please.

The only thing I want to hear in your roadmap is the name of off-case positions and specific case pages. If there's a large overview, then maybe add that to the roadmap. "Impact calculus" happens within one of those flows so just signpost in speech rather than making it a part of the roadmap.

LD --

I have never judged a trix round and I barely know what trix are. Do with that information as you will.

In order of args Im best suited to judge (best to worst) -- K, LARP, Phil, Trix.

Full Judging Record

Tournament Lv Date Ev Rd Aff Neg Vote Result
NCFL Grand National Tournament HS 2021-05-26 CX Qtrs Blue Valley Southwest ZK North Allegheny RT Aff Aff 3-0
NCFL Grand National Tournament HS 2021-05-26 CX Octos Stuyvesant RN Thomas Jefferson HSST DX Aff Aff 2-1
NCFL Grand National Tournament HS 2021-05-26 CX R5 Heights DD Lincoln MT Neg Neg 3-0
NCFL Grand National Tournament HS 2021-05-26 CX R4 Calvert Hall BS Gunn OS Neg Neg 3-0
NCFL Grand National Tournament HS 2021-05-26 BT BT CX Ballot Test SF Ballot Test TO Aff Aff 149-58
NCFL Grand National Tournament HS 2021-05-26 CX R3 Campus JM Chelmsford LM Neg Neg 3-0
NCFL Grand National Tournament HS 2021-05-26 CX R2 Campus GR Cathedral Prep RP Aff Aff 3-0
NCFL Grand National Tournament HS 2021-05-26 CX R1 Chesterton EM Strath Haven DH Neg Aff 2-1
Texas Novice State Championship HS 2021-04-30 NCX Finals Liberal Arts and Science Bamb & Loehr St Mark's School of Texas Seaward & Tahirkheli Neg Neg 2-1
Texas Novice State Championship HS 2021-04-30 NCX R4 Dallas Highland Park Branch & Goetz Dripping Springs Berthelsen & Costanza Aff
Texas Novice State Championship HS 2021-04-30 NPF R3 Exeter Chen & Hu James Bowie Barden & Knippa Neg
Texas Novice State Championship HS 2021-04-30 NCX R1 Liberal Arts and Science Bamb & Loehr St Mark's School of Texas Bidare & Manduva Neg
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship HS 2021-04-10 POL Dbls Little Rock Central LP Lexington YS Aff Aff 3-0
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship HS 2021-04-10 POL R6 Glenbrook South AbZh Lexington HV Neg
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship HS 2021-04-10 NPOL R5 Glenbrook South AR Peninsula DS Neg
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship HS 2021-04-10 NPOL R4 Calvert Hall CD Westminster PO Aff
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship HS 2021-04-10 POL R3 Glenbrook South SW Damien AD Neg
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship HS 2021-04-10 NPOL R2 Little Rock Central LM Peninsula CW Neg
National Debate Coaches Association National Championship HS 2021-04-10 POL R1 Thomas Jefferson HSST DX Lexington YS Neg
Yang Gang Round Robin Invitational HS 2021-04-02 LD R5 Cho Independent Antonelli Independent Neg
Yang Gang Round Robin Invitational HS 2021-04-02 LD R2 Cho Independent Aff
1st and 2nd Year National Championships at Woodward Academy HS 2021-03-19 CX1 Double Jesuit Gibson & Cutchall Westminster Overend & Parikh Aff Aff 3-2
1st and 2nd Year National Championships at Woodward Academy HS 2021-03-19 CX1 R5 Montgomery Bell Royer & Keefer Woodward Baudy & Patel Neg
1st and 2nd Year National Championships at Woodward Academy HS 2021-03-19 CX1 R4 Woodward Richmond & Song Damien Martinez & Murphy Neg
1st and 2nd Year National Championships at Woodward Academy HS 2021-03-19 CX1 R3 Montgomery Bell Howard & Smallwood Berkeley Prep Ross & Sawar Aff
1st and 2nd Year National Championships at Woodward Academy HS 2021-03-19 CX2 R2 Gilman Daniel Gallagher & Sean McCarthy Decatur Max Van Kruijssen & Will Kochel Neg
1st and 2nd Year National Championships at Woodward Academy HS 2021-03-19 CX2 R1 Berkeley Prep Shane Win & Aaron Weisman Chattahoochee Eshkar Kaidar-Heafetz & Allison Lee Neg
TFA State HS 2021-03-10 CX Oct Liberal Arts and Science BR Westside RY Aff Aff 2-1
TFA State HS 2021-03-10 CX Dbl BASIS San Antonio Shavano MX Dripping Springs KM Aff Aff 3-0
TFA State HS 2021-03-10 CX R6 Dulles LS Coppell YP Neg
TFA State HS 2021-03-10 CX R4 Kinkaid BM Wimberley DK Aff
TFA State HS 2021-03-10 CX R3 Elkins GM Kinkaid ZhFo Neg
TFA State HS 2021-03-10 CX R2 Kinkaid ZF Reagan LV Aff
TFA State HS 2021-03-10 CX R1 Liberal Arts and Science HW Coppell KC Neg
Heart of Texas HS 2021-02-27 JVCX Quarte St Mark's School of Texas ML Damien LP Neg Neg 3-0
Heart of Texas HS 2021-02-27 JVCX R6 Hendrickson OP Notre Dame GM Aff
Heart of Texas HS 2021-02-27 JVCX R5 St Mark's School of Texas SP Montgomery Bell GB Aff
Heart of Texas HS 2021-02-27 JVCX R4 Winston Churchill BS St Mark's School of Texas JP Aff
Heart of Texas HS 2021-02-27 JVCX R3 Jesuit MN Wichita East RL Neg
Heart of Texas HS 2021-02-27 JVCX R2 Glenbrook South SW Jesuit JR Aff
Heart of Texas HS 2021-02-27 JVCX R1 Caddo Magnet SH St Mark's School of Texas KZ Neg
FosterFulshear High School Makeup Swing HS 2021-02-19 VCX Semis Bridge City FF Coppell CS Neg Neg 3-0
FosterFulshear High School Makeup Swing HS 2021-02-19 VCX Round Coppell CS Bridge City FF Aff
FosterFulshear High School Makeup Swing HS 2021-02-19 VCX R2 Coppell KS
FosterFulshear High School Makeup Swing HS 2021-02-19 VCX R1 LV Hightower CV Aledo BS Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley HS 2021-02-13 JVCX Octas Taipei American YY Davis Senior LH Aff Aff 3-0
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley HS 2021-02-13 JVCX R6 ADL LK Dougherty Valley PY Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley HS 2021-02-13 JVCX R5 Isidore Newman OF CK McClatchy BS Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley HS 2021-02-13 JVCX R4 CK McClatchy BB Branson DK Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley HS 2021-02-13 JVCX R3 Isidore Newman NL Jesuit MR Neg
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley HS 2021-02-13 JVCX R2 Jesuit JG Brooklyn Technical KF Aff
Cal Invitational UC Berkeley HS 2021-02-13 JVCX R1 ADL KH University Independent HN Aff
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational HS 2021-02-05 VCX Qrtrs Reagan AG Minneapolis South NR Aff Aff 2-1
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational HS 2021-02-05 VCX Octo Reagan KR CK McClatchy SP Neg Neg 3-0
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational HS 2021-02-05 VCX R5 Minneapolis South RG Coppell CG Aff
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational HS 2021-02-05 VCX R4 Coppell 9th NK Eagle LW Aff
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational HS 2021-02-05 VCX R3 Jesuit WS Reagan KR Neg
Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational HS 2021-02-05 VCX R2 Blue Valley Northwest RY Coppell PY Aff
Round Rock TFA HS 2021-01-21 VCX Semis Winston Churchill Blanton & Varela Jesuit Murugesh & Noquil Aff Aff 2-1
Round Rock TFA HS 2021-01-21 VCX Quarte Jesuit Murugesh & Noquil Reagan Muehlberger & Whalen Aff
Round Rock TFA HS 2021-01-21 VCX R3 Hendrickson Duvvuri & Yedavalli Jesuit Murugesh & Noquil Neg
Round Rock TFA HS 2021-01-21 VCX R2 Lampasas Green & Hanson Reagan Madishetty & Urbansky Aff
Round Rock TFA HS 2021-01-21 VCX R1 Glen Rose Hague & Keahey L C Anderson Hamilton & Margo Aff
The Cougar Classic at the University of Houston HS 2021-01-14 Pol Octos Jesuit MR ArcMit KB Aff Aff 3-0
The Cougar Classic at the University of Houston HS 2021-01-14 NCX Double SMSOT DJ Kickap RC Neg Neg 2-1
The Cougar Classic at the University of Houston HS 2021-01-14 Pol R5 Jesuit MR WinChu AD Neg
The Cougar Classic at the University of Houston HS 2021-01-14 Pol R4 Jesuit SW Shark RW Neg
The Cougar Classic at the University of Houston HS 2021-01-14 Pol R2 Westsi KS Reagan AG Aff
The Cougar Classic at the University of Houston HS 2021-01-14 NCX R1 Barsto LS Leland MC Neg
The Northland Christian Classic HS 2021-01-06 VCX Semis Atascocita CS Coppell YP Neg Neg 2-1
The 46th Winston Churchill Classic TOC and NIETOC Qualifier HS 2021-01-06 CX R5 LAAS Gu & Poe Parker Tang & Robertson Aff
The 46th Winston Churchill Classic TOC and NIETOC Qualifier HS 2021-01-06 CX R4 Bander Cadena & Mendez LouD Ahmed & Jamali Aff
The 46th Winston Churchill Classic TOC and NIETOC Qualifier HS 2021-01-06 CX R3 LAAS Malhotra & Ritter-Snader Bander Sarazua & Koonce Aff
The 46th Winston Churchill Classic TOC and NIETOC Qualifier HS 2021-01-06 CX R2 LAAS Barrett & Ruttala Parker Ji & Saito Aff
The 46th Winston Churchill Classic TOC and NIETOC Qualifier HS 2021-01-06 NCX R1 WinChu Varela & Moore EdcEls Ruiz & Rodriguez Aff
Hill Country Classic TFA Hosted by Boerne and Boerne Champion HS 2020-12-17 CX R4 Keerthi Chalamalasetty & Alexis Sibanda Natalie Stone & Kaylee Varela Neg
Hill Country Classic TFA Hosted by Boerne and Boerne Champion HS 2020-12-17 CX R3 Yashas Mallikarjun & Michael Xiang Ryan Sharp & Taylor Hubbs Aff
Dripping Springs Mighty Tiger TFA Tussle HS 2020-12-09 VCX R2 Coppell Sibanda & Chalamalasetty Round Rock Kumar & Kosheleva Aff
The Longhorn Classic Online HS 2020-12-04 CCX Octafi Coppell Kashyap & Chintalapudi Westside Yadagiri & Raman Aff Aff 3-0
The Longhorn Classic Online HS 2020-12-04 CCX R6 Reagan Azad & Gutierrez Northview Ippagunta & Afre Aff
The Longhorn Classic Online HS 2020-12-04 NCX Octafi Reagan Muehlberger & Whalen Little Rock Central Patil & Shrivastava Aff Aff 3-0
The Longhorn Classic Online HS 2020-12-04 NCX R4 Jesuit Corrigan & Farragut Tyler Legacy Ormsby & Carroll Neg
The Longhorn Classic Online HS 2020-12-04 CCX R3 Heritage Hall Ring & Le Crossings Christian Baumert & Yarborough Neg
The Longhorn Classic Online HS 2020-12-04 NCX R3 Colleyville Heritage Ding & Moore Hendrickson Yedavalli & Duvvuri Aff
The Longhorn Classic Online HS 2020-12-04 NCX R1 Hendrickson Cheely & Chavarria L C Anderson Gossett & Lind Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-21 NCX Quarte New Trier DM Montgomery Bell MT Aff Neg 2-1
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-21 NCX Octos New Trier DM Univ Of Chicago Lab BC Aff Aff 2-1
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-21 NCX R4 Oak Park and River Forest HS Berkeley Prep HC Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-21 NCX R3 Dowling Catholic BH Okemos CS Aff
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-21 NCX R2 Washburn Rural RR Notre Dame LH Neg
Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament HS 2020-11-21 NCX R1 Crossings Christian LS Berkeley Prep AH Aff
Katy Taylor TFA TOC NIETOC Fall Classic HS 2020-11-12 VCX Quarte Kinkaid FZ Elkins JT Aff Aff 2-1
Katy Taylor TFA TOC NIETOC Fall Classic HS 2020-11-12 VCX R4 Elkins BC Dulles KP Aff
Katy Taylor TFA TOC NIETOC Fall Classic HS 2020-11-12 VCX R3 Westside YR Langham Creek CL Aff
Katy Taylor TFA TOC NIETOC Fall Classic HS 2020-11-12 VCX R2 Elkins JT Westside CM Aff
Katy Taylor TFA TOC NIETOC Fall Classic HS 2020-11-12 VCX R1 Langham Creek FD Kinkaid MB Neg
JW Patterson Invitational HS 2020-10-16 JVCX R3 St Mark's School of Texas ML Washburn Rural BK Aff
JW Patterson Invitational HS 2020-10-16 JVCX R1 Crossings Christian CH Wylie E. Groves LF Neg
Kickapoo Glendale Sparkman Invitational HS 2020-10-08 R CX Quarte 3 A 13 T Neg Neg 2-1
Kickapoo Glendale Sparkman Invitational HS 2020-10-08 C CX R3 6 A 5 O Aff
Kickapoo Glendale Sparkman Invitational HS 2020-10-08 C CX R2 10 AO 28 AI Aff
Kickapoo Glendale Sparkman Invitational HS 2020-10-08 C CX R1 28 AJ 24 C Neg
NEWMAN SMITH SPONTANEITY 41 HS 2020-09-25 CX Semi Jesuit WS Greenhill MS Aff Aff 3-0
NEWMAN SMITH SPONTANEITY 41 HS 2020-09-25 CX R4 Greenhill MS Jesuit GJ Aff
NEWMAN SMITH SPONTANEITY 41 HS 2020-09-25 CX R3 Jesuit MN Coppell CS Aff
Lindale Fall TFA HS 2020-09-16 NCX Quarte St Mark's School of Texas Siddarth Bidare & Liam Seaward Union Grove Brendon Fuller & Daytona Vaughn Aff Aff 3-0
Lindale Fall TFA HS 2020-09-16 VCX R3 Princeton Robert Arroyo & Paola Diaz Argyle Billy Mykel & Logan Harper Aff
Lindale Fall TFA HS 2020-09-16 VCX R2 Coppell Alexis Sibanda & Keerthi Chalamalasetty Mount Pleasant Ryan Sharp & Taylor Hubbs Neg
The Debate Premier League Classic HS 2020-05-29 CX Semifi USFG PT Dedeve FS Aff Neg 2-1
The Debate Premier League Classic HS 2020-05-29 CX R6 Pocate BW AIOT RL Neg
The Debate Premier League Classic HS 2020-05-29 CX R5 AIOT RL Dedeve FS Aff
The Debate Premier League Classic HS 2020-05-29 CX R3 PlaEas DP Underc ES Neg
The Debate Premier League Classic HS 2020-05-29 CX R2 AIOT RL JeaBau LP Aff
The Debate Premier League Classic HS 2020-05-29 CX R1 JeaBau LP Dedeve FS Neg
KRL Policy Tournament HS 2020-05-23 CX R4 KRL Entries Townes Schultz Harvard Art Matthew Rui & Ben Xu Neg
KRL Policy Tournament HS 2020-05-23 CX R3 Hometown Bernard Medeiros & Zidao Wang KRL Entries Tristan Rios Aff
Coppell Cowboy Classic HS 2020-01-17 NCX R4 Dallas Highland Park CV Coppell NS Aff
Coppell Cowboy Classic HS 2020-01-17 NCX R3 Coppell ArRa Coppell 9th OY Neg
Coppell Cowboy Classic HS 2020-01-17 NCX R2 Greenhill MS Coppell 9th SC Aff
Coppell Cowboy Classic HS 2020-01-17 NCX R1 Greenhill CN Jesuit LN Neg
Hebron HS 2019-11-01 NCX Semi Lovejoy HL Greenhill SM Neg Neg 3-0
Hebron HS 2019-11-01 NCX R4 Coppell 9th GP Prosper KM Aff
Hebron HS 2019-11-01 NCX R3 Coppell 9th SK Lovejoy BD Neg
Hebron HS 2019-11-01 NCX R2 Coppell 9th VG Lovejoy HL Neg
Hebron HS 2019-11-01 NCX R1 Coppell 9th VB Greenhill SM Neg
Hebron HS HS 2018-11-02 NCX Final Lovejoy RM Highland Park WL Aff Aff 2-1
Hebron HS HS 2018-11-02 NCX Semi Greenhill PS Lovejoy RM Neg Neg 3-0
Hebron HS HS 2018-11-02 NCX R4 North Mesquite RG Highland Park WL Neg
Hebron HS HS 2018-11-02 NCX R3 Lovejoy HW St. Mark's School of Texas NB Aff
Hebron HS HS 2018-11-02 NCX R1 Coppell 9th SO Lovejoy DH Aff