Congratulations to Harrison’s Ava Zinman for winning the 2019 Minneapple Round Robin. In finals, Ava […]
Congratulations to William G. Enloe’s Tej Gedela for winning the 2019 Florida Blue Key Round Robin. In finals, Tej defeated American Heritage Plantation’s Perry Beckett on a 4-1 decision (Larsen, Mathi*, McConway, McNamara, Spicer). Congratulations to Perry for also being top speaker. Full pairings and results can be found here.
Congratulations to Harker’s Krishna Mysoor (VBI ’19) for winning the 2019 Damus Hollywood Invitational. In finals, Krishna defeated S. Eugene’s Wiley Kohler on a 2-1 decision. Full results can be found here.
Congratulations to American Heritage Peregrine Beckett for winning the 2019 Florida Blue Key. In finals, Peregrine advanced over Southlake Carroll’s Tarun Ratnasabapathy. Full results can be found here.
We are excited to announce that registration for VBI 2020 is now open at vbidebate.com!
Congratulations to Southlake Carroll Tarun Ratnasabapathy for winning the 2019 Presentation Voices RR. In finals, Tarun defeated Archbishop Mitty’s Joanne Park (VBI ’19) on 3-0 decision. Full RR Schedule and Results can be found here.
Congratulations to Harvard-Westlake’s Samantha McLoughlin for winning the 2019 Presentation Voices Invitational. In finals, Samantha defeated Los Altos’ Parth Dhanotra. Also, congratulations to Samantha for winning top speaker! Full tournament schedule and results can be found here.
Congratulations to Cypress Falls Rajveer Kindra (VBI ’18) for winning the 2019 HS JW Patterson Invitational. In finals, Rajveer (aff) defeated Jenks’ Noah Coffman on a 2-1 decision (Kordic*, Lorance, VanCourt). Additional congratulations to Noah for winning top speaker. Full tournament schedule and results can be found here.
The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Victory Briefs. Sophie Blake is a trans LD debater from a small school who loves teaching and giving younger debaters access to opportunities, and coaches several small school or independent debaters. Sophie values the […]
The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Victory Briefs. Matthew Salah was formerly the Director of PF Debate at Victory Briefs. He debated for four years at the Nueva High School in San Mateo, California. As a member of the first […]