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Whit Jackson Wins Stanford

Congratulations to Brentwood’s Whit Jackson for winning the 32nd Annual Stanford Invitational. In finals, Whit defeated Servite’s Patrick Aimone on a 3-0 decision (Bietz, Manuel, Overing). Congratulations to Palo Alto’s Frances Zhuang for being top speaker. Full results and pairings can be found here.

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Lauren Cole Wins Penn

Congratulations to Harrison’s Lauren Cole for winning the 2018 43rd University of Pennsylvania Tournament. In finals, Lauren defeated Princeton’s Michael Meyer on a 2-1 decision (Reddy, Koo, Gelfer*). Congratulations to DuPont Manual’s Jennifer Xu for being top speaker. Full results and pairings can be found here.

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Millburn Wins Penn

Congratulations to Brian Zhu and James Chen of Millburn for winning the 2018 Penn Invitational. In finals, Millburn defeated Benjamin Oestericher & Elias Silver of Bronx Science on a unanimous decision (Givan, Tadepalli, Zhou). The following teams received bids to the 2018 Tournament of Champions: Bronx Science OS Half Hollow Hills GT Millburn ZC Poly […]

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Indu Pandey Wins Golden Desert

Congratulations to Harvard-Westlake’s Indu Pandey for winning the 2018 Golden Desert Debate Tournament at UNLV. In finals, Indu defeated Brentwood’s Whit Jackson on a 3-0 decision (Bradley, Overing, Thymianos). Congratulations to Loyola’s John Choi for being top speaker. Full results and pairings can be found here.

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Corona Del Sol wins Golden Desert

Congratulations to Ryan Jiang & Sreya Pattipati from Corona Del Sol for winning the 2018 Golden Desert Invitational hosted at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. In finals, Corona Del Sol defeated Dougherty’s Saad Jamal & Tristan Shaughnessy on a 3-0 decision (Fagan, Malik, Niemec). The following teams received bids to the 2018 Tournament of […]

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Dhruva Mambapoor Wins Colleyville

Congratulations to Westwood’s Dhruva Mambapoor for winning the 2018 Colleyville Heritage Winter Invitational. In finals, Dhruva defeated Montgomery’s Michael Whitaker on a 2-1 decision (Jackson, Melin, Andrews*). Congratulations to Greenhill’s Brian Zhou for being top speaker. Full results and pairings can be found here.

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