Millburn wins Princeton

Congratulations to James Chen and Brian Zhu from Millburn for winning the 2017 Princeton University Classic. In finals, Millburn defeated Bronx Science’s Benjamin Oestericher & Elias Silver (Kim, Malik, Ryoo, Ozbay, Ritter) The following teams won bids to the 2018 Tournament of Champions: Bronx Science LO Bronx Science OS Dalton FF Lincoln-Sudbury CS Millburn CZ […]

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Two Cents: The January PF Topic Wordings

You’ve been waiting for it… it’s Briefly’s Two Cents! For the all-important January topic resolutional choices, Texas powerhouse Sam Bonham and Austin Meek reunite to offer their two cents. Sam and Austin competed at Carroll Senior High School, and reached late outrounds at Yale, Emory, Upenn, ASU, Bellaire, Grapevine, and TFA State. They semi-finaled at […]

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Strake Jesuit wins the Glenbrooks

Congratulations to Pierce Hollier and Daniel Wang from Strake Jesuit College Prep for winning the 2017 Glenbrooks. In finals, Strake defeated Millburn’s James Chen and Brian Zhu on a 2-1 decision (Smith, Gilbert, Nutt*). The following teams received bids to the 2018 Tournament of Champions: Charlotte Latin LS Delbarton SP Durham DK Edina MZ Hackley […]

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Miami Beach Takes the Blue Key

Congratulations to Alexander Sherer and Guido Dominguez from Miami Beach for winning the 2017 Florida Blue Key hosted by the University of Florida. In finals, Miami Beach defeated Oliver Stern and Daniel Freedline of Ransom Everglades (Hirsh, Puretz, Altman, Pardoll, Young, Amos, Khan). The following teams won bids to the 2018 Tournament of Champions: American […]

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Two Cents: The December PF Topic Wordings

Briefly is back with another installment of Two Cents! This time, we’ll be discussing the December resolutional choices on the topic of Sports & Society. Devon Weis and Kyle Chong are contributors for this month’s edition. Here are the NSDA’s topic choices: OPTION 1 – Resolved: Professional sports are an appropriate platform for political change. […]

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Mission San Jose Wins Big Bronx 48

Congratulations to Ishan Maunder and Devesh Kodnani from Mission San Jose for winning the 2017 New York City Invitational. In finals, Mission defeated Lincoln-Sudbury’s Daniel Cigale & Sandeep Shankar on a unanimous decision (Kim, Wolk, Feng, Berkowitz, Chong). The following teams received bids to the 2018 Tournament of Champions: Blake MY Charles Flanagan SM Cypress […]

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Big Apple Round Robin Results

The 2017 Big Apple Round Robin hosted by Bronx Science was this afternoon at the WeWork Offices of the Manhattan Financial District. In the Lincoln-Douglas division, the six entries debated a true round robin: American Heritage AD Hunter MS Lake Highland Prep AA Lexington RW Newark Science BA Stuyvesant KL Reed Weiller from Lexington was […]

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Flaganan Wins Cypress Bay

Congratulations to Christian Sheerer & Eden Medina of Charles Flanagan for winning the 2017 Tradition at Cypress Bay. In finals, Flanagan defeated John Hunschofsky & Michael Anise from St. Thomas Aquinas on a 2-1 decision (Rosenbaum, Miller, Mekenzie*). The following teams received bids to the 2018 Tournament of Champions: American Heritage PZ Cambridge HK Capitol […]

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Dougherty Valley Wins Presentation

Congratulations to Shreyas Kiran & Saad Jamal of Dougherty Valley for winning the 2017 Presentation Invitational. In finals, Dougherty Valley defeated Jun Hee Han & Kevin Wang from Leland on a 2-1 decision (Garrett, McFaul, Khelgati*). The following teams received bids to the 2018 Tournament of Champions: Dougherty Valley KJ Gunn Sr BK Leland HW […]

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Nueva Wins Harker

Congratulations to Emily Steirman and Paco Poler from the Nueva School for winning the 2017 Nichols Invitational hosted by the Harker School. In finals, Nueva defeated Mission San Jose’s Devesh Kodnani and Ishan Maunder on a 2-1 decision (Go, Tsai, Martel*). The following teams received bids to the 2018 Tournament of Champions: Los Altos CK […]

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