Wildcat tentions Richfield High
2022 — Richfield, UT/US
2022-2023 Central Utah Speech and Debate Circuit
Thank all of you for your interest in the CUSDC. This Circuit is meant to bring more and better speech and debate experiences to the students of Central Utah. Though all are invited to attend. The circuit will have cumulative awards at the end of year as well as awards for each tournament. Please read the entire invite for details on each tournament. The schedules and events for each tournament are the same the differences being dates and locations.. Look forward to seeing everyone at one, if not all, of our wonderful tournaments. The fee structure has changed this year as we are offering an annual circuit membership option for unlimited entries into all five tournaments and to be eligible for the end of circuit awards.
Dates and Locations:
October 8, 2022 - WildCat-tentions @ Richfield High School, Richfield, Utah
November 12, 2022 - The Howl @ North Sevier High School, Salina, Utah
December 10, 2022 - Carbon Combat @ Carbon High School, Price, Utah
January 7, 2023 - Templar Trials @ Manti High School, Manti, Utah
February 4, 2023 - Spartan Agoge @ Emery High School, CastleDale, Utah
IE Panel: Original Oratory, Informative Speaking, Impromptu Speaking, Foreign Extemporaneous Speaking, Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking, Duo Interpretation, Humorous Interpretation, Dramatic Interpretation, Program of Oral Interpretation,
Debate Panel: Lincoln Douglas Debate, Public Forum Debate, Policy Debate, Student Congress, and Spontaneous Argumentation
Double Entry: May enter 2 events IE panel (Except NX and FX) and 1 event in the Debate Panel
Judges: 1 judge for every 6 IE entries
1 judge for every 4 Debate entries
Topics: We will use the NSDA topics for Policy, Public Forum, Lincoln-Douglas debates
Congress Docket will be the Legislation from UDCA Congress Committee
SpAr Topics will come from local and national current events and issues
Extemp Topics will come from national and international current events and issues
Impromptu Topics will be 1st round of abstract, 2nd round famous/historical figures, 3rd
Monthly themes November - Native American History,
December -World Philosophy/Religion,
January - Women’s History,
February - Black History Month
The actual topics for SpAr, Extemp, and Impromptu will not be released prior to the tournament.
Individual Tournaments: (checks should be made out to individual schools)
$15 school fee
$4 per student per event
$25 for each round missed by non-hired judge
$25 drop fee after deadline
$400 for unlimited entries to all five tournaments and eligibility for end of circuit awards
(Checks made out to Jacob Neilson Memo: CUSDC Tournaments) (W9 available upon request)
Food: Judges/Coaches- Snacks and Lunch on Saturday.
Students - Concessions will be available to purchase from the host school.
Sat. 7:00-7:55 am Registration
8:00-9:55 am Debate Rd 1 (CX, LD, PF, SC, SpAr)
10:00-11:25 am IE Rd 1 (POI, HI, DI, Duo, NX, FX, IM, OO, INF)
11:30-1:25 pm Debate Rd 2 (Powermatched)
1:30-2:55 pm IE Rd 2
3:00-4:55 pm Debate Rd 3 (Powermatched)
5:00-6:25 pm IE Rd 3
6:45 pm Awards
Awards - Individual Tournaments:
Small Trophies will be given for 1st-3rd in each event.
Team Trophies 1st-3rd
Awards - Circuit
Trophies for 1st-3rd in each event
Team Trophies 1st-3rd
Sweepstakes scoring: Points will be earned in reverse order for top 10, Duo, PF, and CX will be worth double points.
Circuit Awards are decided by accumulating sweepstakes points throughout the season. Highest totals in each event win.
IEs points per student: 1 pt per round competed, and 5 pts for 1st place, 4 pts. for 2nd place, 3pts for 3rd place, 2 pts for 4th place, 1 pt for 5th place, 0 pts for 6th place and below in each round
Debate points per student: 1 pt per round competed, 5 pts per win, 2 pts per loss.
Congress points: Top 15%=6 pts, Top 16-30%=5 pts, Top 31-45%=4 pts, Top 46-60%=3 pts, Top 61-75%=2 pts, Top 76-90%=1pt, remainder 0 pts.