Haskell Haymaker Invitational
2021 — NSDA Campus, OK/US
Coach: Jody Batie
School Number: (918) 482-5221-ext. 138
Cell Number: (918) 351-4095
When: Thursday, February 11 - Saturday, February 13
What: All events sanctioned by the O.S.S.A.A.
Who: Novice, 3A, 4A, & Champs
Where: online - NSDA campus
Entries are due by Monday, February 8 at 5:00 p.m.
Please register on tabroom @ http://haskell.tabroom.com
Adds will be taken until Tuesday, February 9 at 5:00 p.m.
All divisions will be assessed according to the original entry and O.S.S.A.A. guidelines.
Drops see O.S.S.A.A. rulebook.
IE Judges must be confirmed by Tuesday, February 9 at 5:00 p.m.
The judge requirements are listed below:
2 CX Teams = 1 judge, 3-4 teams = 2 Judges
4 LD/PF Debaters/Teams = 1 judge, 5-8 = 2 Judges, 9-12 = 3
IE Entries = 1 judge, 13-24 = 2 Judges, 24-36 = 3, 37-48 = 4
ASYNC Videos must be uploaded by Wednesday, February 10 at 6:00 p.m.
Please note how many rounds your judges are available to judge each day. (A judge needs to be available to judge at least three rounds on Thursday and Friday to count; you may combine partial judges to meet your required number. Please also note if a judge would be available for Saturday, if needed. We really hope to have all asynchronous events completed by Friday night.)
Please note how many rounds your judges are able to judge each day.
Jody Batie: Thursday 2 rounds. Friday 1 round.
We will not assign judges for rounds than they are able to judge.
$4 for each individual event
$5 for each LD debate entry
$8 for duets
$10 for each CX and/or PF debate team
Make checks and purchase orders out to
Haskell High School Drama
900 North Ohio
Haskell, OK 74436
You will be able to access your invoice on tabroom after the tournament.
Tentative Asynchronous Schedule:
Thursday Asynchronous events: We will release Thursday ballots at 8:00 am and judges will have until 9:00 pm to judge their rounds. If a judge is available to judge more than 1 round, they will be assigned multiple rounds.
Friday Asynchronous events: We will release Friday ballots at 8:00 am and judges will have until 7:00 pm to judge their rounds. If a judge is available to judge more than 1 round, they will be assigned multiple rounds.
If needed, we will have rounds on Saturday.
Debate/Extemp will be on Saturday starting at 8:00.
Debate Judges will need to be available Saturday
A schedule will be shared later in the week.
I would like to give students in champs as many rounds as possible and I am open to starting either debate or extemp rounds on Friday if coaches are open to starting earlier or having a longer day on Saturday.
I would like to have at least 4 rounds of debate and break to quarters and/or semis in events that have enough entries to break out.
Please email me what you might like to do and we will do what work best to accommodate everyone.
Please make sure all your students are on the OSSAA website
All competitors & judges must have a tabroom account and be linked to your school.
Please make sure your competitors and judges are able to login into their tabroom account and can access their email and account at your school.
All Asynchronous performance will have to be linked in tabroom.
Jason Paris from Cherokee has put together a tutorial if you, your students, and/or your judges need help creating accounts, using, and judging on tabroom and linking student performances.
Here is the link to his tutorial videos.
Please make sure you, your students, and your judges test NSDA campus on the network you are going to use to judge and compete by going to https://campus.speechanddebate.org/
When your students and judges test NSDA campus, have them find where they can adjust the video quality. Judges and competitors should adjust the video quality to low or standard definition to help the connection.
Debaters must be prepared to share evidence.
An easy way to share evidence is to use google docs.
Students can create a doc, label it the tournament, make the link shareable and put the link in the chat, then copy and paste the evidence in the doc. so both judges and opponents can pull it up. Students can use the test page to practice sharing evidence.