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2017 National Speech & Debate Tournament TABLE OF CONTENTS See Important Note Below! *

* Main Debate and Speech Master Schedules........................................ 2 * Sunday Overview....................................................................................... 7

Education Sessions and Town Halls.............................................................. 10 Coaches’ Caucuses............................................................................................... 14 Tournament Procedures..........................................................................17 * Awarding of Trophies..........................................................................................22 Judge Bond Checkout.........................................................................................23 Postings and Results........................................................................................... 28 Venue Information..................................................................................29 * Venue Guide.......................................................................................................... 30 Tournament Directory........................................................................................34 Student Posting Party........................................................................................ 40 Lunch Options.......................................................................................................43 Speech & Debate Store Times and Locations......................................... 44 * Event Schedules.......................................................................................45 Final Round Schedules....................................................................................... 46 Main Debate Events (CX, PF, LD)................................................................... 48 World Schools Debate...................................................................................... 50 Congressional Debate.........................................................................................52 Big Questions Debates.......................................................................................53 Main Public Speaking Events (USX, IX, OO, INF).................................... 56 Main Interpretation Events (HI, DI, DUO, POI)........................................ 58 Supplemental and Consolation Events...................................................... 60 Tournament Officials..................................................................................63 Bud Room Locations.......................................................................................... 67 From Our Supporters................................................................................. 75 Honors and Awards.................................................................................... 119 Tournament Sponsors......................................................................................120 New Diamond Coaches................................................................................... 134 Hall of Fame Members..................................................................................... 142 District Ads................................................................................................ 145 Tournament Roster................................................................................... 201

* All competitors, coaches, and judges MUST read pages 1 through 62, which are tabbed in black along the edge. It is your responsibility to know the information in these pages! –1–


MAIN DEBATE EVENTS

World Schools – page 50 Congress – page 52

2017 Master Schedule CX • PF • LD

Monday, June 19 ................................................................................................................... Venues: Mountain Brook HS (CX), Carver HS (PF), Jackson-Olin HS (LD) Round 1 9:00 a.m. Round 2 11:30 a.m. Round 3 2:00 p.m. Round 4 4:00 p.m.

Tuesday, June 20 .................................................................................................................. Venues: Mountain Brook HS (CX), Carver HS (PF), Jackson-Olin HS (LD) Round 5 8:00 a.m. Round 6 10:00 a.m. (Teams who win at least 8 prelim ballots will advance to Rounds 7/8) Round 7 2:00 p.m. Round 8 4:00 p.m.

6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Student Posting Party (Uptown District-Birmingham) 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Supplemental Re-registration (The Westin Hotel - Camellia Room) (All competitors eliminated on Tuesday are eligible if pre-registered.)

Wednesday, June 21 ........................................................................................................... Venue: Carver HS Round 9 Round 10 Round 11 Round 12

8:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Consolation Re-registration (Carver HS Cafeteria)

(All competitors eliminated on Wednesday are eligible if pre-registered.)

Thursday, June 22 ................................................................................................................ Venue: Carver HS Round 13 Round 14 Round 14 Round 15 Round 16 Round 15 Round 16

8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

(CX / LD / PF) (LD / PF) (CX) (LD / PF) (LD / PF) (CX) (CX – if needed)

Friday, June 23........................................................................................................................ Venue: BJCC Concert Hall 12:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m.

CX Final Round LD Final Round PF Final Round National Awards Assembly –2–


SUNDAY OVERVIEW

MAIN SPEECH EVENTS 2017 Master Schedule USX • IX • OO • INF • HI • DI • DUO • POI

More Final Rounds pages 46-47

Monday, June 19 ................................................................................................................... Venues: Sheraton (USX, IX), Woodlawn HS (OO, INF), Huffman HS (HI, DI, DUO, POI) Round 1 9:00 a.m. (Draw at 8:30 a.m.) Round 2 11:30 a.m. (Draw at 11:00 a.m.) Round 3 2:00 p.m. (Draw at 1:30 p.m.) Round 4 4:00 p.m. (Draw at 3:30 p.m.)

Tuesday, June 20................................................................................................................... Venues: Sheraton (USX, IX), Woodlawn HS (OO, INF), Huffman HS (HI, DI, DUO, POI) Round 5 8:30 a.m. (Draw at 8:00 a.m.) Round 6 10:30 a.m. (Draw at 10:00 a.m.) (The top 60 competitors in each event after prelims will advance to Rounds 7/8) Round 7 2:00 p.m. (Draw at 1:30 p.m.) Round 8 4:00 p.m. (Draw at 3:30 p.m.)

6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Student Posting Party (Uptown District-Birmingham) 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Supplemental Re-registration (The Westin Hotel - Camellia Room) (All competitors eliminated on Tuesday are eligible if pre-registered.)

Wednesday, June 21 ........................................................................................................... Venue: Carver HS Round 9 Round 10 Round 11 Round 12

8:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

(Draw at 8:00 a.m.) (Draw at 10:00 a.m.) (Draw at 1:00 p.m.) (Draw at 3:30 p.m.)

2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Consolation Re-registration (Carver HS Cafeteria)

(All competitors eliminated on Wednesday are eligible if pre-registered.)

Thursday, June 22 ................................................................................................................

Venue: BJCC Concert Hall 10:00 a.m. National Speech Finalists' Sound and Light Check NOTE: All speech finalists MUST be in competition attire! 2:30 p.m. POI Final Round 4:00 p.m. HI Final Round 5:30 p.m. DI Final Round 8:30 p.m. DUO Final Round

Friday, June 23 .......................................................................................................................

Venue: BJCC Concert Hall 8:00 a.m. INF Final Round 9:30 a.m. USX Final Round 11:00 a.m. IX Final Round 5:00 p.m. OO Final Round 6:30 p.m. National Awards Assembly

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June 2017

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SUNDAY OVERVIEW

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Sunday Schedule

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The State of Interp Town Hall

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The Future of Debate Town Hall

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Education Sessions

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Coaches’ Caucuses

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Pre-Ordered T-Shirt Pick Up Locations

NATIONAL SPEECH & DEBATE ASSOCIATION


SUNDAY SCHEDULE Sheraton Birmingham Hotel 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.

Early Registration for Tournament Officials ONLY Birmingham Ballroom I

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Tournament Registration for ALL Schools Birmingham Ballroom I

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Shop the Speech & Debate Store Birmingham Ballroom II

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

National Tournament Expo Birmingham Ballroom III

9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Education Sessions Forum C • Forum I (See pages 12-13 for details)

9:00 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.

All Tab Staff Meeting Forum A-B (group meeting, then breakout sessions)

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Speech Tab Meeting – Camomile 407

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Extemp Officials Meeting – Mimosa 423

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

CX Tab Meeting – Bamboo 403

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

PF Tab Meeting – Honeysuckle 414

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

LD Tab Meeting – Begonia 405

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Congress Tab Meeting – Rose 428

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

World Schools Tab Meeting – Gardenia 412

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Big Questions Tab Meeting – Sunflower 430

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Supp-Cons Tab Meeting – Dogwood 410

10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

First Time Coach Reception Birmingham Ballroom XI (enter through back of Expo)

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Mandatory Parliamentarian Meeting – Sunflower 430

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

LD Wording Committee – Mimosa 423

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

PF Wording Committee – Honeysuckle 414 –8–


SUNDAY OVERVIEW

SUNDAY SCHEDULE Sheraton Birmingham Hotel 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

African American/Black Coaches’ Caucus Forum A-B (See pages 14-15 for details)

12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

District Leadership Luncheon and Awards Ceremony Birmingham Ballroom XI (enter through back of Expo)

1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

McKinsey & Company Reception for USA Debate and Student Leadership Committee Members East Meeting A-B (invitation only) National Student of the Year Finalists (invitation only)

1:15 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Staging Area – Bamboo 403 Filming – Begonia 405 Interviews – Gardenia 412

World Schools Judge and Competitor Training East Ballroom A-B (Note: This training is required for all WSD judges. Judges who absolutely cannot attend on Sunday must attend the make-up training session Monday at 8:00 a.m. at A. H. Parker HS.)

2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Hispanic/Latinx Coaches’ Caucus Forum A-B (See pages 14-15 for details)

2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

The State of Interp Town Hall presented by Summit Debate Forum C (See page 10 for details)

3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

LGBT+ Coaches’ Caucus Forum A-B (See pages 14-15 for details)

3:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.

World Schools Debate Demo East Ballroom A-B

3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

The Future of Debate Town Hall presented by Champion Briefs Institute Forum C (See page 11 for details)

4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Womxn and Gender Non-conforming Coaches’ Caucus Forum A-B (See pages 14-15 for details)

4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Late Registration (NOT RECOMMENDED) Birmingham Ballroom I – NOTE: Coaches who absolutely cannot attend Sunday registration must register Monday morning promptly at 7:00 a.m. at the Sheraton Hotel in Jefferson 2. –9–


Congratulations to our alumni and we wish you the best of luck at the 2017 Birmingham Nationals! Please join us at the InterProd TOWN HALL MEETING

“The State of Interp” Sunday, June 18, 2017

2:00 p.m. Sheraton Birmingham Hotel • Forum C Panelists: JOE WYCOFF (Apple Valley, MN) • TONY FIGLIOLA (Holy Ghost Prep, PA) SARAH ROSENBERG (Democracy Prep, NY) • DAVID KRAFT (Leland, CA/St. Thomas, FL) BYRON ARTHUR (Holy Cross, LA) • JACQUELYN YOUNG (Blue Springs, MO) Moderator: JENNY COOK (President, Summit Debate)

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Byron

Jacquelyn

Jenny


The Future of Debate CH A MP I ON B RIE F S DE BATE TOW N HAL L Join us as we discuss trends, issues, and ideas for improvement in Public Forum, Lincoln-Douglas, and Congressional Debate! Champion Briefs is proud to present this panel of legendary coaches and rising stars aiming to create opportunities and improve equity in the debate community. After a moderated conversation, we’ll welcome questions from the audience, so be prepared to join the conversation!

SUNDAY

JUNE 18, 2017

3:30 p.m.

SHE RATO N B IRMI NGH A M H OTE L FORUM C THE PANELISTS: Jonathan Alston, David Huston, Sheryl Kaczmarek, Martin Page, Megan West, and Andrew Dolberg – 11 –


2017 Education Sessions sponsored by Trinity University Interested coaches and students may attend our FREE education sessions on Sunday, June 18. Each session will last one hour.

SUNDAY, JUNE 18 • Sheraton Birmingham Hotel TIME/ROOM

9:00 a.m.

SESSION/PRESENTERS

Curriculum Connections and You

LIVE

LIVE

FORUM C

Big Questions Debates: Teams earned $350,000 by debating in Year One. Learn how to be a part of Year Two!

10:30 a.m.

Running District Tournaments on Tabroom

FORUM C

10:30 a.m.

FORUM I

2:00 p.m. FORUM C

2:00 p.m. BIRMINGHAM BALLROOM XI

3:30 p.m.

Presenters: Renee Motter and Pam McComas

Presenters: Tom Evnen and Katie Hines

Presenter: Chris Palmer

The State of Interp Town Hall presented by Summit Debate

LIVE

Panelists: Byron Arthur, Tony Figliola, David Kraft, Sarah Rosenberg, Joe Wycoff, and Jacquelyn Young | Moderator: Jenny Cook

Setting Up Your NSDA District as a Non-Profit Presenters: Brother John McGrory and Shannon Duus

The Future of Debate Town Hall presented by Champion Briefs Institute

LIVE

FORUM C

Panelists: Jonathan Alston, David Huston, Sheryl Kaczmarek, Martin Page, Megan West | Moderator: Andrew Dolberg

3:30 p.m.

NSDA Coaches’ Code of Ethics

FORUM I

Presenter: Jay Rye

Can’t attend Sunday? Watch the livestream of Forum C sessions!

LIVE

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SUNDAY OVERVIEW

2017 Education Sessions sponsored by Trinity University Interested students may attend our FREE education sessions on Tuesday, June 20, concurrent with middle school registration and the student posting party. Each 30-minute session is designed to be introductory in nature. Coaches are also welcome!

TUESDAY, JUNE 20 • The Westin Hotel TIME/ROOM

SESSION/PRESENTERS

6:00 p.m.

Interpretation – Strategies for Building Character and Environment

WESTIN BALLROOM D

6:30 p.m. WESTIN BALLROOM D

7:00 p.m. WESTIN BALLROOM D

7:30 p.m. WESTIN BALLROOM D

Presenter: Dave Kraft

Public Forum Debate – Strategies in Persuasion and Adaptation Presenter: Toni Heimes

Original Oratory – Building Your Message to Inspire Change Presenters: Bob Ickes and Jenny Cook

Lincoln-Douglas Debate – Debating Like a Champion: Learning to Use Advanced Strategies and Philosophy Presenter: Kris Wright

The views expressed in the sessions are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect those of the NSDA.

Sponsored By

Coaches, pick up your education session participation certificates on Thursday and Friday at the bud table located outside the BJCC Center Stage Lounge. – 13 –


Coaches’ Caucuses Meet the Moderators

Dr. Mike Edmonds Colorado College Colorado

Sal Tinajero Fullerton Joint Union HS California

Tony Ugalde Shurr HS California

Crawford Leavoy Durham Academy North Carolina

Tara Tate Carr Glenbrook South HS Illinois

Shuntá Jordan Pace Academy Georgia

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SUNDAY OVERVIEW

Coaches’ Caucuses The National Speech & Debate Association is honored to host four coaches’ caucuses Sunday, June 18, to address issues of inclusion in the speech and debate community. We appreciate all members of the Inclusion Committee who have assisted in developing this opportunity for coaches of our organization to collaborate. We hope interested coaches will join in this important discussion and dialogue!

Sheraton Birmingham Hotel • Forum A-B 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

African American/Black Coaches’ Caucus Led by Dr. Mike Edmonds, Colorado

2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Hispanic/Latinx Coaches’ Caucus Led by Sal Tinajero, California, and Tony Ugalde, California

3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

LGBT+ Coaches’ Caucus Led by Crawford Leavoy, North Carolina

4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Womxn and Gender Non-conforming Coaches’ Caucus Led by Tara Tate Carr, Illinois, and Shuntá Jordan, Georgia

Supported By

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T-SHIRT PICK UP LOCATIONS

Sheraton Hotel – Outside Birmingham Ballroom Sunday • June 18 | 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

The Westin Hotel – Westin Ballroom A-B

Tuesday • June 20 | 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

BJCC Concert Hall – Center Stage Lounge

Thursday • June 22 | 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

All pre-ordered t-shirts MUST be picked up by Thursday, June 22, at 5:00 p.m.

Forgot to Pre-Order? Additional t-shirts available at the Speech & Debate Store... while they last! – 16 –


TOURNAMENT PROCEDURES

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Tournament Procedures

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Awarding of Trophies

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Bond Checkout and Award Pick Up

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Ballots and Judges

25 Points

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School Awards Formula

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Postings and Results

NATIONAL SPEECH & DEBATE ASSOCIATION


TOURNAMENT PROCEDURES (page 1 of 4) 2017 SITE PLAN (See the Venue Guide on pages 30-31 for more details). The National Speech & Debate Tournament will take place at Carver HS, Huffman HS, Jackson-Olin HS, Mountain Brook HS, A. H. Parker HS, Woodlawn HS, the Sheraton Birmingham Hotel, The Westin Birmingham, and the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC). The Student Posting Party will take place at Uptown District-Birmingham. Maps are available via the Nats17 Guidebook app and www.speechanddebate.org/ nats17. It is the responsibility of each competitor, judge, and coach to arrive on time for competition. Arriving late may result in the forfeiture of a round. POLICY DEBATE All CX teams will be guaranteed six randomly computer paired preliminary rounds (3A and 3N) unless byed. All teams that have won 8 or more ballots will compete in rounds 7 and 8. Each qualifying team will begin with a clear record and debate double down and out until two remain for a final round. Prep time is five (5) minutes for each team. LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE All LD debaters will be guaranteed six randomly computer paired preliminary rounds (3A and 3N) unless byed. Four debaters may be assigned to the same room. The two students listed first will debate first. The other two debaters will follow immediately after the first debate is finished and should remain outside the room while the first debate is in progress. The same judges will judge both debates. Some single flighted rounds will be held. Prep time is four (4) minutes for each debater. Qualification procedures are the same as Policy Debate. PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE All PF teams will be guaranteed six randomly computer paired preliminary rounds (flip for sides) unless byed. Four teams may be assigned to the same room. The two teams listed first will debate first. The other two teams will follow immediately after the first debate is finished and should remain outside the room while the first debate is in progress. The same judges will judge both debates. Some single flighted rounds will be held. Prep time is two (2) minutes for each team. Qualification procedures are the same as Policy Debate. In addition, all 7 ballot U.S. PF teams that did not advance to rounds 7 and 8 are invited to register for International Supplemental Public Forum Debates on a first come, first served basis Tuesday evening at Supplemental Re-registration. See page 62 for details. CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE Two scorers will evaluate each of the four three-hour preliminary sessions, and a parliamentarian will evaluate the four sessions, holistically. Students remain in the same chamber. The nine judge ranks determine advancement to semifinals, which will have three scorers in each of the two sessions and a parliamentarian. The seven judge ranks determine advancement to finals, which will have nine judges (one designated as parliamentarian) for a continuous eight-hour session. Placement in finals is determined by judge ranking. A Leadership Bowl in the Senate and House will be determined by cumulative student ranking. USA WORLD SCHOOLS DEBATE INVITATIONAL All Worlds teams will be guaranteed six preliminary rounds (3 PRO and 3 OPP) unless byed. Each team will debate three prepared motions and three impromptu motions. The first three rounds will be preset to guarantee that each team competes once on – 18 –


TOURNAMENT PROCEDURES

TOURNAMENT PROCEDURES (page 2 of 4) the proposition and once on the opposition for the first two prepared motions. The 32 teams with the best record will compete in a one down and out elimination bracket. See the USWSDI Rules and Procedures Manual for protocols on breaking ties. BIG QUESTIONS DEBATES All BQ debaters will be guaranteed six randomly computer paired preliminary rounds (3A and 3N) unless byed. There will be one judge per round through round 6, after which rounds will have a panel of three judges. Four debaters may be assigned to the same room. The two students listed first will debate first. The other two debaters will follow immediately after the first debate is finished and should remain outside the room while the first debate is in progress. The same judge will judge both debates. Some single flighted rounds will be held. All debaters that have won 4 or more ballots will compete in rounds 7 and 8. Each qualifying debater will begin with a clear record and debate double down and out until two remain for a final round. Prep time is five (5) minutes for each debater. SPEECH Contestants are guaranteed six preliminary rounds, sectioned at random by computer to maximize different opposition and different speaking positions. Interp cuttings will not be separated. If possible, students from the same state will not be sectioned together prior to round 11. After round 6, the leading 60 contestants in each event will qualify for rounds 7 and 8 with a clear record. After round 8, the top 30 will compete in rounds 9 and 10. Fourteen contestants will perform in semifinal rounds, 11 and 12. Six contestants will qualify for finals. All quarterfinalists are required to turn in the original source to the bud room located at Carver HS in 303 Counseling by NOON on Wednesday. Photocopies are not acceptable as proof of original source. In addition, contestants must turn in the script highlighting all of the words used and noting any words added for transitional purposes only. Any contestant failing to produce the original source and highlighted manuscript to the bud room will not qualify for the semifinal rounds of competition. Original source material will be available for pick up on Friday, June 23, in the BJCC Concert Hall – 2nd Floor Foyer. EXTEMP Main event Extemp prep for rounds 1-8 on Monday and Tuesday will be held at the Sheraton in Birmingham Ballroom III. On Wednesday, elimination prep for rounds 9-12 will occur at Carver HS in Practice Gym A. On Friday, final round prep for round 13 will take place in the Ballet Rehearsal Hall behind the BJCC Concert Hall. SUPPLEMENTAL SPEECH AND DEBATE EVENTS Contestants who are pre-registered may enter up to two supplemental speech events or Extemporaneous Debate if eliminated from all main events on Tuesday. Two downs eliminate a contestant. See supplemental events schedules (pages 60-61) for instructions. CONSOLATION EVENTS Contestants who are pre-registered are eligible to re-register for one consolation event (Impromptu or Storytelling) on Thursday if eliminated from all events on Wednesday. One down eliminates a contestant. See consolation events schedule (page 61) for instructions. – 19 –


TOURNAMENT PROCEDURES (page 3 of 4) JUDGES Two computer-assigned judges will be used in all preliminary rounds of main events; three judges in elim rounds prior to the semifinals. Judges may hear contestants in events in which they have entries, but none from their state prior to round 11 and district thereafter. No judge will hear the same contestant twice in the same event prior to the final round. Judges must report for judging when assigned or forfeit their judge bond. Judges must not confer before turning in their ballots and must not divulge decisions in rounds 1-6. Decisions must be rendered within 15 minutes after the round. Judge assignments for all rounds prior to the finals will be provided at registration. One judge will be used in the preliminary rounds of World Schools Debate and three judges in the elim rounds. For Big Questions judging, see page 19. SEMIFINAL AND FINAL JUDGES Five judges will be used in main event semifinal rounds. Eleven judges’ ranks will be used in speech final rounds with at least one high and low rank for each contestant dropped. Debate final rounds will use a minimum of nine judges. ASSIGNMENTS AND RESULTS Preliminary round schedules will be available for viewing during Sunday registration and in the Nats17 Guidebook app. Beginning with round 7, team debate decisions will be announced in the room following each debate. Decisions will be announced in LincolnDouglas Debate and Public Forum Debate at the end of both debates. Speech results will be posted after each even numbered round. Current results are available in the bud room to district chairs. Results of semifinal and final rounds will be available online at www.speechandebate.org/nationals after the conclusion of the National Awards Assembly. For more information about postings and results, see page 28. SCHOOL AWARDS Coaches who believe their team has qualified for a School of Outstanding Distinction, School of Excellence, or School of Honor award (pages 26-27) may visit the bud table on Friday, located outside the BJCC Center Stage Lounge, to view a list of qualified schools. One coach from each qualified school should attend the National Awards Assembly at 6:30 p.m. Friday evening to accept the award on behalf of their school. (Note: World Schools Debate and Big Questions Debates do not count toward the individual School Awards.) CERTIFICATES AND POINTS A certificate will be awarded to each participant in a main event. Credit points will be auto-posted for all tournament and Congress participants. Coaches may informally figure points by checking posted ranks and using the NSDA’s point table (see page 25).

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TOURNAMENT PROCEDURES

TOURNAMENT PROCEDURES (page 4 of 4) HARASSMENT AND DISCRIMINATION POLICY The National Speech & Debate Association is committed to providing its participants, judges, coaches, and staff the opportunity to pursue excellence in their endeavors. This opportunity can exist only when each member of our community is assured an atmosphere of mutual respect. The Association is committed to maintaining an environment that is free from all forms of harassment and discrimination. Accordingly, all forms of harassment and discrimination are prohibited whether committed by participants, judges, coaches, or observers. The Association is committed to the enforcement of this policy. Individuals who are found to have violated this policy will be subject to the full range of sanctions, up to and including removal from the tournament premises and prosecution by authorities. Any individual or group of individuals who believes they have been a victim of harassment and/or discrimination should report it to the ombudsperson immediately. OMBUDSPEOPLE Ombudspeople will answer questions and solve problems. Report all lost and found items, or any other irregularities, to the bud room. For locations, see page 67. PROTESTS Protests concerning rules violations, misconduct, or the legality of materials must be presented in writing to the bud room in a timely fashion. Judges and contestants must ignore rumors about what is legal or illegal. Official actions will be posted. Complete rules are available in the bud room. For locations, see page 67. JUDGE BONDS If all judges from a school complete all judging assignments, including semifinal and final round judging assignments, the $200 judge bond will be returned at the end of the tournament in the form of a check to the school or issued as a school credit. If you pre-select your judge bond allocation via your school profile in the Points Application, you do not need to attend bond checkout. No judge bonds will be returned in cash. All bonds must be claimed by July 31, 2017. If you do not claim your bond at the tournament or by July 31, it will be applied as school credit. Failure to report for a judging or pooling assignment will forfeit your judge bond of $200 for the first round missed, and a $100 per judge per round penalty will be assessed thereafter. For times and locations of high school bond checkout, see page 23. Middle school bond checkout will open Friday after the conclusion of the Middle School Awards Assembly.

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We trust all tournament attendees will treat school, hotel, and venue property with respect. If you notice any issues or accidentally cause damage to any property, please notify a tournament official immediately. – 21 –


AWARDING OF TROPHIES Note: All students appearing on stage at any time are expected to be in competition attire. Top Policy Speakers • Debaters Placing 7-14 Top Policy speakers 1-14, Policy teams 7-14, Lincoln-Douglas debaters 7-14, Public Forum teams 7-14, will be awarded trophies on stage after their respective final rounds. Congressional debaters placing 7-14 will be awarded trophies on stage after the Public Forum final round on Friday.

Debaters Placing 1-6 The top six LD debaters, and the top six teams in PF and CX, should attend the National Awards Assembly on Friday at 6:30 p.m. to receive their award on stage.

Top Worlds Speakers • Worlds Teams Placing 5-8 Top Worlds speakers 1-14 and Worlds teams 5-8 will be awarded trophies on stage after the World Schools Debate final round on Thursday afternoon.

Top 4 World Schools Debate Teams • Top 4 Big Questions Debaters Members of the top four World Schools Teams and the top four Big Questions debaters should attend the National Awards Assembly on Friday to receive their award on stage.

Four-Time Qualifiers Four-Time Qualifier Awards will be presented Thursday evening at 6:45 p.m. (immediately prior to the Donus D. Roberts Diamond Assembly) in the BJCC Concert Hall. For a list of four-time qualifiers, see page 128.

Speech Semifinalists Speech semifinalists should attend the final round of their respective event to receive their award on stage following that round.

Speech Finalists Speech Finalists should attend the National Awards Assembly on Friday at 6:30 p.m. to receive their award on stage.

National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check All speech finalists (OO, USX, IX, INF, HI, DI, DUO, POI) must attend the National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check in the BJCC Concert Hall at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 22. ALL STUDENTS MUST BE IN COMPETITION ATTIRE. – 22 –


TOURNAMENT PROCEDURES

HS BOND CHECKOUT AND AWARD PICK UP

BJCC Concert Hall – 2nd Floor Foyer

Thursday, June 22 – 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Friday, June 23 – 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All judge bonds must be claimed by July 31, 2017. No judge bonds will be returned in cash. SAVE TIME! If your school meets its bond requirement, you can choose to have your judge bond applied as a membership credit via your school profile in the Points Application. If you pre-select this option online, you do not need to attend judge bond checkout! Only schools that default to requesting a check must attend to pick up their bond. Change your selection under the “Bond” section of your National Tournament registration page and click Save.

Debate Ballots and Award Pick Up

The following items should be picked up at Bond Checkout (see above for times): • Main event debate ballots • Plaques for main speech event contestants eliminated after rounds 8 and 10 (excluding Top 14) • Plaques for main debate event contestants eliminated after round 8 (excluding Top 14) • Senator Karl E. Mundt medals for Congressional Debate semifinalists • Plaques for supplemental and consolation event semifinalists Congressional Debate preliminary and semifinal presiding officers will receive gavels in their chambers. Final session participants will receive Stennis Medallions at the Congressional Banquet held Thursday evening.

Leaving Early?

Awards will not be mailed without prior arrangement. Be sure to pick up your awards at bond checkout!

We’ve settled into our new home in Iowa. Please use this address for all future correspondence: National Speech & Debate Association 401 Railroad Place, West Des Moines, IA 50265-4730

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BALLOTS AND JUDGES

BALLOT PICK UP NOTICE (Policy • Public Forum • Lincoln-Douglas) Before each of the first six rounds, the first affirmative in CX and LD and the team listed on the left-hand side of the PF schedule must pick up ballot envelopes from the CX, LD, or PF ballot table located outside the tab room in their respective competition buildings and take the ballots to the round.

NOTE: All speech ballots are delivered to competition rooms. JUDGE BALLOT RETURN All ballots are returned outside the tab room in each building (see pages 34-39 for tournament directory).

IMPORTANT JUDGING NOTICE Judging under another person’s code is strictly prohibited! Representing yourself as another judge WILL result in the loss of judge bond and a fee per individual round where judging is misrepresented. – 24 –


TOURNAMENT PROCEDURES

POINTS All results are subject to final audit. Coaches may figure student points by copying the posted results via the Nats17 App or at www.speechanddebate.org/Nats17 and using the point tables below. District chairs may review results after each posting in the bud room (see page 67 for locations).

Note: All main speech events receive the same points. (OO, USX, IX, INF, HI, DI, DUO, POI) PRELIM ROUNDS Debate: Win (2 judges) = 10 points • Split (1-1) = 8 points • Loss (0-2) = 7 points Speech: Two judge total of...

2 or 3 4 or 5 6 or 7 8 or 9 10+

= 10 points = 9 points = 8 points = 7 points = 6 points

ELIM ROUNDS Main Debate:

Win = 10 points

Loss = 7 points

Extemp Debate:

Win = 6 points

Loss = 4 points

Main Speech:

1st 10 points

2nd 9 points

3rd 8 points

4th 5th / 6th / 7th 7 points 6 points

Supp Speech:

6 points

5 points

4 points

3 points

2 points

CONGRESS Average of points awarded by official scorers, on a scale of 3-9 points per speech and complete hour of presiding.

BONUS POINTS Champion: 15 points Second place: 10 points Third place: 5 points

The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) has placed this program on the NASSP National Advisory List of Contests and Activities for 2016-2017. – 25 –


SCHOOL AWARDS Coaches who believe their team has qualified for one of the following School Awards (see opposite page) may visit the bud table outside the BJCC Center Stage Lounge on Friday to view a list of qualified schools. One coach from each qualified school should plan to attend the National Awards Assembly at 6:30 p.m. Friday evening to accept the award on behalf of their school.

Note: World Schools Debate and Big Questions Debates do not count toward the individual School Awards.

Formula for Determining School Awards Speech ............................................................................................................ Round 7/8 6 points Round 9/10 + 4 points (Total 10) Round 11/12 + 4 points (Total 14) Round 13 + 6 points (Total 20) Debate ............................................................................................................ Round 7/8 6 points Rounds 9 through 12 + 2 points per round (Total up to 14) Top 6 Place Winner + 6 points (Total 20) Congress ........................................................................................................ Semifinalist 6 points Finalist + 4 points (Total 10) Top 7-14 + 4 points (Total 14) Top 6 Place Winner + 6 points (Total 20) In case of a tie for an award, the school with the most events qualified to Nationals in the respective area of speech or debate will be awarded. – 26 –


TOURNAMENT PROCEDURES

SCHOOL AWARDS (continued)

Schools of Outstanding Distinction

Top 10 schools after combining both debate and speech points (must score points in both divisions).

Speech Schools of Excellence

Top 20 schools in total speech points that did not win a School of Outstanding Distinction Award.

Debate Schools of Excellence

Top 20 schools in total debate points that did not win a School of Outstanding Distinction award.

Speech Schools of Honor

Top 21-40 schools in total speech points that did not win a School of Outstanding Distinction award.

Debate Schools of Honor

Top 21-40 schools in total debate points that did not win a School of Outstanding Distinction award.

Outstanding School Achievement

School administrators of the top six individuals or teams in each main event will be sent an Outstanding School Achievement plaque within two weeks of the end of the National Tournament. The plaques will be personalized with students’ names, school, event, place, and year.

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POSTINGS and AND RESULTS Postings Results Results of all elimination rounds prior to finals will be posted in the following locations. Results will also be available in the Nats17 Guidebook app and at www.speechanddebate.org/Nats17.

MAIN SPEECH EVENTS Top 60 Speech (Rd 7/8) — Tuesday midday • Sheraton Hotel – Birmingham Ballroom III (USX, IX) • Huffman HS – F104 Competition Gym (HI, DI, DUO, POI) • Woodlawn HS – Gym (OO, INF) Top 30 Speech (Rd 9/10) — Tuesday evening • Uptown District-Birmingham (All Main Events)

Speech Semifinalists (Rd 11/12) — Wednesday midday • Carver HS – Competition Gym (All Events) Speech Finalists — Wednesday evening

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• Carver HS – Competition Gym (All Events)

MAIN DEBATE EVENTS — postings start Tuesday midday! LD, PF, and CX teams who win at least 8 prelim ballots will advance to Rounds 7/8. Each qualifying team will begin with a clear record and debate double down and out until two remain for a final round. Debate Elims will be posted in or near the cafeteria of each debate competition venue and during the Tuesday evening posting party at the Uptown District-Birmingham. Postings for Congressional Debate, World Schools Debate, and Big Questions will be announced at their respective competition venues, with the exception of the Tuesday evening posting party at the Uptown District-Birmingham. MEDIA RELEASE POLICY • After the conclusion of the tournament, national office staff will email a comprehensive news release naming national champions and top award winners to coaches of all National Tournament qualifiers. Staff will also create a customizable media release template so that coaches who wish to send a specific media release may do so. Both the release and customizable template will be posted on our website. Questions? Email shelby.young@speechanddebate.org. COMPLETE RESULTS • Complete results packets will be posted online immediately following the National Awards Assembly via the Nats17 Guidebook app and www.speechanddebate.org/Nats17. Photos and results commemorating the 2017 National Speech & Debate Tournament will appear in the Nationals Chronicle issue of Rostrum, available in mid-August. – 28 –


VENUE INFORMATION

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Venue Guide

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BJCC Complex Map

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Tournament Directory

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Student Posting Party

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Supplemental Re-registration

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Lunch Options

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Speech & Debate Store Locations

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Sheraton Birmingham Hotel

2101 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd North Birmingham, AL 35203

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» Registration and Expo (Sun) » Extemp (Mon-Tue) » Congressional Debate (Mon-Thu) » Middle School Finals (Fri)

2 The Westin Birmingham 2221 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd North Birmingham, AL 35203 » Supplemental Re-registration (Tue evening) » Middle School Registration (Tue evening)

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Uptown District-Birmingham

2221 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd North Birmingham, AL 35203 » Student Posting Party (Tue evening)

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Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC)

2100 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd North Birmingham, AL 35203 » High School Finals and Awards (Thu-Fri) » Middle School Awards (Fri) – 30 –


VENUE INFORMATION

2017 VENUE GUIDE 5

5 Carver High School 3900 24th Street North, Birmingham, AL 35207

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» Public Forum Debate (Mon-Tue) » Main Speech (Wed) » Main Debate (Wed-Thu) » World Schools Debate (Wed-Thu) » Big Questions Debates (Wed-Thu) » International Supp Public Forum Debates (Wed-Thu)

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Huffman High School

950 Springville Road, Birmingham, AL 35215

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» Interp (Mon-Tue) » Middle School Competition (Wed-Thu)

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Jackson-Olin High School

1300 Avenue F, Birmingham, AL 35218

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» Lincoln-Douglas Debate (Mon-Tue) » Big Questions Debates (Mon-Tue) » Supplemental Speech Events (Wed-Thu) » Consolation Events (Thu)

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Mountain Brook High School

3650 Bethune Drive, Mountain Brook, AL 35223 » Policy Debate (Mon-Tue)

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A. H. Parker High School

900 4th Street North, Birmingham, AL 35204 » World Schools Debate (Mon-Tue) » Extemp Debate (Wed-Thu)

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10 Woodlawn High School 5620 1st Avenue North, Birmingham, AL 35212 » Oratory and Informative (Mon-Tue)

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OTHER MAPS | Visit us online at www.speechanddebate.org/Nats17 or download the Nats17 Guidebook app.

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VENUE INFORMATION

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The Uptown District is the site of the Student Posting Party on Tuesday evening. Supplemental re-registration will occur in The Westin Hotel (Camellia Room). – 33 –


TOURNAMENT DIRECTORY SHERATON HOTEL Bud Room Extemp Tab Room Extemp Judge Ballot Return Extemp Judge Pooling and Hospitality Lounge Extemp Prep Pre-purchased Meals and Concessions Congress Tab Room Congress Judge Pooling and Hospitality Lounge Congress Opening Assemblies Consolation Re-registration

Extemp (Mon-Tue) • Congressional Debate (Mon-Thu)

Jefferson 2 (Mon-Wed) Jefferson 1 (Thu) Birmingham Ballroom V (Mon-Tue) Outside Birmingham Ballroom I (Mon-Tue) Birmingham Ballroom I (Mon-Tue) Birmingham Ballroom III (Mon-Tue) Moretti’s and the Link (with ticket only) Atrium (cash/credit purchase only) Jefferson 1 East Meeting H East Ballroom B (Mon-Thu) Across from East Meeting H/M (Thu – Congress only)

Congressional Banquet

East Ballroom B

WESTIN HOTEL

Supplemental Re-registration • Speech & Debate Store • Middle School Registration and Expo (Tue evening)

Supplemental Re-registration Speech & Debate Store Middle School Registration Middle School Expo Middle School Student Education Sessions

UPTOWN DISTRICT

Camellia Room Westin Ballroom A-B Westin Ballroom C Westin Ballroom A-B and Foyer Westin Ballroom D Student Posting Party (Tue evening) – see pages 40-41 – 34 –


VENUE INFORMATION

TOURNAMENT DIRECTORY BJCC

Final Rounds – All Events (Thu-Fri)

Bud Table

BJCC Concert Hall – outside Center Stage Lounge

Tab Room

BJCC Concert Hall – Green Room

Main Judge Pooling Supp-Cons Judge Pooling Extemp Prep Commentary Prep Bond Checkout

BJCC Theatre Lobby BJCC Theatre Lobby (Speech Events) Sheraton Forum C (Extemp Debate) Ballet Rehearsal Hall behind BJCC Concert Hall Ballet Rehearsal Hall behind BJCC Theatre BJCC Concert Hall – Second Floor Lobby

Main Event Finals and High School Awards

BJCC Concert Hall

Supp-Cons Finals and Middle School Awards

BJCC Theatre

Speech & Debate Store National Tournament Expo

BJCC Concert Hall – Center Stage Lounge BJCC Concert Hall – First Floor Lobby

MIDDLE SCHOOL JUDGES Any high school student who wishes to judge at the Middle School National Speech & Debate Tournament after being eliminated from main event competition must be a junior or senior with 250 honor society points. Students not meeting this criteria will not be eligible to judge. Student volunteers earn two merit points for each round judged! Eligible students should meet in the Huffman HS Auditorium on Wednesday and Thursday to judge. Prior to judging, all students must attend judge training. The first judge training will be held at 8:30 a.m. each morning. – 35 –


TOURNAMENT DIRECTORY

CARVER HS

Bud Room Tournament Office and Tab Room

PF Debate (Mon-Tue) • Main Speech (Wed) • Main Debate (Wed-Thu) • World Schools (Wed-Thu) • Big Questions (Wed-Thu) • International Supplemental Public Forum Debates (Wed-Thu)

303 Counseling Media Center

Student Debate Ballot Pick Up

Outside Media Center

Judge Ballot Return

Outside Media Center

Judge Pooling Judge Hospitality Lounge Extemp Prep Worlds Team Lounge/ Topic Postings Main Event Postings

Theater Distance Learning Center Practice Gym A (Wed) Competition Gym (Wed-Thu) Practice Gym B (Wed)

PF Wording Committee

200 inside Media Center (Mon-Thu)

LD Wording Committee

210 inside Media Center (Wed-Thu)

Pre-purchased Meals and Concessions

Cafeteria

Consolation Re-registration

Cafeteria

MAPS | Visit us online at www.speechanddebate.org/Nats17 or download the Nats17 Guidebook app.

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VENUE INFORMATION

TOURNAMENT DIRECTORY HUFFMAN HS Bud Room

Interp (Mon-Tue) • Middle School Competition (Wed-Thu)

C147 Periodical Storage (enter through Media Center)

Tournament Office and Tab Room

Media Center

Judge Ballot Return

Outside Media Center

Judge Pooling Judge Hospitality Lounge

Auditorium F121 Practice Gym

Middle School Extemp Prep

F104 Competition Gym (Wed-Thu)

Postings

F104 Competition Gym (Mon-Tue) Cafeteria (Wed-Thu)

Pre-purchased Meals and Concessions

JACKSON-OLIN HS Bud Room Tournament Office and Tab Room

Cafeteria LD Debate (Mon-Tue) • Big Questions (Mon-Tue) • Supp-Cons (Wed-Thu)

A137 A139 Media Center

Student Debate Ballot Pick Up

Outside Media Center

Judge Ballot Return

Outside Media Center

Judge Pooling Judge Hospitality Lounge

B106 Auditorium H128 Food/Cooking Lab

Commentary Prep

J104 Gym

Postings

J104 Gym

Pre-purchased Meals and Concessions

H100 Cafeteria

Consolation Re-registration

H100 Cafeteria

LD Wording Committee

Library Conference (Mon-Tue) – 37 –


TOURNAMENT DIRECTORY MOUNTAIN BROOK HS Bud Room Tournament Office and Tab Room

CX Debate (Mon-Tue)

Administrative Offices Faculty Lounge

Student Debate Ballot Pick Up

Outside Faculty Lounge

Judge Ballot Return

Outside Faculty Lounge

Judge Pooling Judge Hospitality Lounge

Library Library Workroom

Postings

Cafeteria

Pre-purchased Meals and Concessions

Cafeteria

A. H. PARKER HS Bud Room Tournament Office and Tab Room

World Schools (Mon-Tue) • Extemp Debate (Wed-Thu)

284 Computer Classroom inside Library Library

Ballot Return

Outside Library

Judge Pooling

1103 Auditorium (enter through 1100 Lobby)

Judge Hospitality Lounge

174 Culinary Arts

Worlds Team Lounge/Postings

1193 PE Gym (Mon-Tue)

Extemp Debate Topic Release/Postings

1193 PE Gym (Wed-Thu)

Pre-purchased Meals and Concessions

153 Dining

Consolation Re-registration

153 Dining

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VENUE INFORMATION

TOURNAMENT DIRECTORY WOODLAWN HS Bud Room

Oratory and Informative (Mon-Tue)

120 Conference Room

Tournament Office and Tab Room

220A Library

Judge Ballot Return

Outside Library

Judge Pooling

130 Auditorium

Judge Hospitality Lounge

025 Classroom

Postings Pre-purchased Meals and Concessions

Gym 063 Lunch Room (downstairs)

Inclusive Restrooms Look for this sign! You can also check the bud room (see page 67) for the nearest restroom location at each school. The National Speech & Debate Association is committed to maintaining an environment that is free from all forms of harassment and discrimination. To that end, we have designated restrooms in each of the school venues that can be used by anyone. We want to thank you for respecting our diverse community of participants, judges, coaches, and observers.

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Uptown District • Adjacent to The Westin Hotel 2221 RICHARD ARRINGTON JR BLVD N, BIRMINGHAM, AL 35203

TUESDAY, JUNE 20

STUDENT POSTING PARTY AND SUPPLEMENTAL RE-REGISTRATION Students re-register in The Westin Hotel (Camellia room - left of lobby)

6 p.m. to 9 p.m. • See opposite page for

ACTIVITIES: LIVE RESULTS OUTDOOR DJ FOOD TRUCKS INFLATABLE GAMES PLUS! SHOP THE SPEECH & DEBATE STORE The Westin Hotel (Ballroom C-D) – 40 –

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VENUE INFORMATION

SUPPLEMENTAL RE-REGISTRATION will take place during the Student Posting Party at the

Uptown District-Birmingham 2221 Richard Arrington Junior Blvd N • Birmingham, AL 35203

— Tuesday, June 20 — Student Posting Party – 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. (View postings by the DJ booth near the fountain)

Supplemental Re-registration – 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. (Re-register inside The Westin Hotel – Camellia Room) Pre-registered students eliminated from main events after round 6   or round 8  and students eliminated after prelims of Congressional Debate may re-register at this time.

Re-registration closes promptly at 9:00 p.m. Only pre-registered students, not coaches, should re-register for supplemental events. Students may re-register for up to two (2) supplemental speech events or Extemporaneous Debate. Students may not re-register for other supplemental speech events if they re-register for Extemporaneous Debate. Only pre-registered students will be allowed to re-register! All students will be asked to show identification or a tournament badge at time of re-registration. Please note, pre-registration fees are non-refundable.

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VENUE INFORMATION

LUNCH OPTIONS Lunches and other concession items will be available for purchase at all competition venues throughout the week.

Mon-Thu | 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. redeem pre-purchased meal tickets -OR- $9 per meal

SHERATON (Mon-Thu) • Pre-purchased meal tickets will be accepted at Moretti’s and the Link, both near the Lobby/Ballrooms. Those wishing to purchase meals on-site should do so in the Atrium.

– served in the school cafeterias – MOUNTAIN BROOK HS

CARVER HS

Applebee’s (Mon-Tue) HoneyBaked Ham (Wed-Thu)

HoneyBaked Ham (Mon-Tue)

HUFFMAN HS

HoneyBaked Ham (Mon-Thu)

A. H. PARKER HS

Applebee’s (Mon-Thu)

WOODLAWN HS

Applebee’s (Mon-Tue)

JACKSON-OLIN HS

HoneyBaked Ham (Mon-Thu)

$9 each

Meat/Vegetarian Options Available! For menu items, visit the Nats17 App.

SAVE TIME DURING THE COMPETITION WEEK

Pre-purchase your meal tickets on Sunday! Sheraton – Outside Birmingham Ballroom

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T HURS DAY

SHERATON HOTEL BIRMINGHAM BALLROOM II

BJCC CONCERT HALL CENTER STAGE LOUNGE

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

1:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

TUES DAY

FRI DAY

THE WESTIN HOTEL BALLROOM A-B

BJCC CONCERT HALL CENTER STAGE LOUNGE

6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. – 44 –


EVENT SCHEDULES

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Final Round Schedules

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Main Debate Events

50 USA World Schools Debate Invitational Congressional Debate 52

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Big Questions Debates

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Extemp Topic Release Schedule

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Main Speech Events

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Supplemental and Consolation Events

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MAIN EVENT FINALS Thursday, June 22 (BJCC Concert Hall)

1:00 p.m. United States World Schools Debate presented by McKinsey & Company 2:30 p.m. Program Oral Interpretation presented by The Interp Store 4:00 p.m. Humorous Interpretation presented by Western Kentucky University 5:30 p.m. Lanny D. and B. J. Naegelin Dramatic Interpretation presented by Simpson College 7:00 p.m. Donus D. Roberts Diamond Assembly presented by Colorado College 8:30 p.m. Sandra Silvers Duo Interpretation presented by Colorado College

Friday, June 23

(BJCC Concert Hall) 8:00 a.m. Informative Speaking presented by HoneyBaked Ham 9:30 a.m.

Carmendale Fernandes United States Extemporaneous Speaking

presented by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute

11:00 a.m. A. C. Eley International Extemporaneous Speaking presented by the Council on Foreign Relations 12:30 p.m. Richard B. Sodikow Policy Debate presented by Trinity University 2:30 p.m.

Lincoln-Douglas Debate

3:30 p.m.

Public Forum Debate presented by the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation

5:00 p.m. Joe and Pam Wycoff Original Oratory presented by the Patrick Henry Memorial Foundation Auxiliary 6:30 p.m.

National Awards Assembly – 46 –


EVENT SCHEDULES

SUPPLEMENTAL & CONSOLATION EVENT FINALS Friday, June 23 (BJCC Theatre)

8:00 a.m. Storytelling presented by Western Kentucky University 9:00 a.m. Expository presented by Western Kentucky University 10:00 a.m. Prose Reading presented by Western Kentucky University 11:00 a.m. Impromptu presented by Western Kentucky University

12:00 p.m. Poetry Reading presented by Western Kentucky University

1:00 p.m. Brother René Sterner Commentary presented by Western Kentucky University 2:00 p.m. Extemporaneous Debate presented by Colorado College 2:30 p.m. Big Questions Debates presented by the John Templeton Foundation

Friday, June 23

(Sheraton - East Ballroom B)

1:00 p.m.

International Supplemental Public Forum Debates Exhibition Round

Main Extemp Prep Room: Ballet Rehearsal Hall behind BJCC Concert Hall United States Extemp Draw – Friday at 9:00 a.m. International Extemp Draw – Friday at 10:30 a.m. Commentary Prep Room: Ballet Rehearsal Hall behind BJCC Theatre Commentary Draw – Friday at 12:30 p.m. – 47 –


RICHARD B. SODIKOW POLICY DEBATE Presented by Trinity University

PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE Presented by the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation

2017 Schedule Overview

2017 Schedule Overview

Monday, June 19 Mountain Brook HS Round 1 9:00 a.m. Round 2 11:30 a.m. Round 3 2:00 p.m. Round 4 4:00 p.m.

Monday, June 19 Carver HS Round 1 9:00 a.m. Round 2 11:30 a.m. Round 3 2:00 p.m. Round 4 4:00 p.m.

Tuesday, June 20 Mountain Brook HS Round 5 8:00 a.m. Round 6 10:00 a.m. Round 7 2:00 p.m. Round 8 4:00 p.m.

Tuesday, June 20 Carver HS Round 5 8:00 a.m. Round 6 10:00 a.m. Round 7 2:00 p.m. Round 8 4:00 p.m.

6 to 9 p.m. – Student Posting Party and Supplemental Re-registration

6 to 9 p.m. – Student Posting Party and Supplemental Re-registration

Wednesday, June 21 Carver HS Round 9 8:00 a.m. Round 10 11:00 a.m. Round 11 2:00 p.m. Round 12 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday, June 21 Carver HS Round 9 8:00 a.m. Round 10 11:00 a.m. Round 11 2:00 p.m. Round 12 5:00 p.m.

2 to 8 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (Carver HS Cafeteria)

2 to 8 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (Carver HS Cafeteria)

Thursday, June 22 Carver HS Round 13 8:00 a.m. Round 14 11:00 a.m. Round 15 2:00 p.m. Round 16 * 5:00 p.m. * If needed

Thursday, June 22 Carver HS Round 13 8:00 a.m. Round 14 10:00 a.m. Round 15 12:00 p.m. Round 16 1:30 p.m.

Friday, June 23 BJCC Concert Hall CX Final 12:30 p.m.

Friday, June 23 BJCC Concert Hall PF Final 3:30 p.m. – 48 –


EVENT SCHEDULES

Reminders for CX, PF, and LD LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE

2017 Schedule Overview

Monday, June 19 Jackson-Olin HS Round 1 9:00 a.m. Round 2 11:30 a.m. Round 3 2:00 p.m. Round 4 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 20 Jackson-Olin HS Round 5 8:00 a.m. Round 6 10:00 a.m. Round 7 2:00 p.m. Round 8 4:00 p.m. 6 to 9 p.m. – Student Posting Party and Supplemental Re-registration

Wednesday, June 21 Carver HS Round 9 8:00 a.m. Round 10 11:00 a.m. Round 11 2:00 p.m. Round 12 5:00 p.m.

Room schedules for Rounds 1-6 are available during Sunday registration and via the Nats17 Guidebook app.

BALLOT PICK UP NOTICE • Before each of the first six rounds, the first affirmative in CX and LD and the team listed on the left-hand side of the PF schedule must pick up ballot envelopes from the CX, LD, or PF ballot table located outside the tab rooms in their respective competion buildings and take the ballots to the round. The Student Posting Party will take place Tuesday evening at the Uptown District. Supplemental Re-registration will be held adjacent to the party inside The Westin Hotel (Camellia Room). See pages 40-41 for details. AWARD PICK UP • Top Policy speakers placing 1-14, Policy teams 7-14, Public Forum teams 7-14, and Lincoln-Douglas debaters 7-14 will be awarded trophies on stage after their respective final rounds. For details, see page 22.

LD coaches, be sure to visit the Judge Hospitality Lounge at Jackson-Olin HS on Monday for a piece of Abraham Lincoln's Favorite Cake, courtesy of Hall of Fame coach David Dansky!

2 to 8 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (Carver HS Cafeteria)

Event Sponsors/Namesakes

Thursday, June 22 Carver HS Round 13 8:00 a.m. Round 14 10:00 a.m. Round 15 12:00 p.m. Round 16 * 1:30 p.m. * If needed

Richard B. Sodikow

Friday, June 23 BJCC Concert Hall LD Final 2:30 p.m. – 49 –


USA WORLD SCHOOLS DEBATE INVITATIONAL Presented by McKinsey & Company 2017 Schedule Overview

Sunday, June 18 (Sheraton) ..................................................................................................................... 2:00 p.m.

3:00 p.m.

World Schools Judge and Competitor Training (East Ballroom A-B) Note: Training is required for all WSD judges. Judges who absolutely cannot attend on Sunday must attend the make-up judge training session Monday at 8:00 a.m. at A. H. Parker HS. World Schools Debate Demo (East Ballroom A-B)

Monday, June 19 (A. H. Parker HS) ..................................................................................................... 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:45 p.m. 2:45 p.m. 4:45 p.m.

Make-Up World Schools Judge Training (1193 PE Gym – any judges who missed the Sunday judge training session must attend) Judge Roll Call (1193 PE Gym – all judges must be present) Team Roll Call (1193 PE Gym – all teams must be present) Round 1 (Prepared Motion) Round 2 (Prepared Motion) Lunch Break Roll Call for All Teams and Judges (1193 PE Gym) Impromptu Resolution Announced and Prep Begins Round 3 (Impromptu Motion) Round 4 (Prepared Motion)

Tuesday, June 20 (A. H. Parker HS) .................................................................................................... 9:00 a.m. 9:15 a.m. 10:15 a.m. 11:15 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 12:45 p.m. 1:45 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m.

Roll Call for All Teams and Judges (1193 PE Gym) Impromptu Resolution Announced and Prep Begins Round 5 (Impromptu Motion) Lunch Break Roll Call for All Teams and Judges (1193 PE Gym) Impromptu Resolution Announced and Prep Begins Round 6 (Impromptu Motion) Announcement of Double Octafinalists Roll Call for All Double Octafinalist Teams and Judges (1193 PE Gym) Double Octafinals (Prepared Motion)

World Schools Debate is a unique form of debate, unlike any other practiced in the United States, which combines “prepared” topics with “impromptu” topics, encouraging debaters to focus on specific issues rather than debate theory or procedural arguments. The style is interactive with debaters engaging each other, even during speeches. This challenging format requires good teamwork and in-depth quality argumentation with a greater focus on logic and reasoning than reliance on traditional forms of evidence usage inherent in other U.S. debate formats. – 50 –


EVENT SCHEDULES

USA WORLD SCHOOLS DEBATE INVITATIONAL Presented by McKinsey & Company 2017 Schedule Overview

Wednesday, June 21 (Carver HS) ........................................................................................................ 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:45 p.m. 2:45 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

Roll Call for All Octafinalist Teams and Judges (Competition Gym) Impromptu Resolution Announced and Prep Begins Octafinals (Impromptu Motion) Lunch Break Roll Call for All Quarterfinalist Teams and Judges (Competition Gym) Impromptu Resolution Announced and Prep Begins Quarterfinals (Impromptu Motion) Roll Call for All Semifinalist Teams and Judges (Competition Gym) Impromptu Resolution Announced and Prep Begins Semifinals (Impromptu Motion)

Thursday, June 22 (BJCC Concert Hall) ........................................................................................... 1:00 p.m.

Finals (Prepared Motion)

2017 World Schools Debate Prepared Motions Round One: This House regrets the rise of alternative media. Round Two: This House supports compulsory climate science education in secondary schools. Round Four: This House would increase sanctions on Russia. Double Octafinals: This House believes that the commercialization of feminism has been detrimental to the movement. Final Round: This House regrets the rise of global populism.

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THE NATIONAL CONGRESS Presented by the Stennis Center for Public Service Leadership

2017 Schedule Overview VENUE: Sheraton Birmingham Hotel

Monday, June 19 ..................................................................................................................................

8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 2:15 p.m. 5:45 p.m.

Opening Assembly (East Ballroom B) Round 1: Elect presiding officer (PO); set agenda; convene Recess for lunch Round 2: Elect PO; convene Recess

Tuesday, June 20 .................................................................................................................................

8:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m.

Round 3: Elect PO; convene Recess for lunch Round 4: Elect PO; convene PO recognition; Leadership Bowl voting; recess

6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Student Posting Party (Uptown District-Birmingham) 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Supplemental Re-registration (The Westin Hotel - Camellia Room)

Wednesday, June 21 ..........................................................................................................................

8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 11:45 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m.

Semifinal Opening Assembly (East Ballroom B) Semifinal Round 1: Elect PO; set agenda; convene Recess for lunch Semifinal Round 2: Elect PO; convene PO recognition; Leadership Bowl voting; recess

7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Consolation Re-registration (across from East Meeting H/M)

(All competitors eliminated on Wednesday are eligible if pre-registered.)

Thursday, June 22 ............................................................................................................................... 8:00 a.m. 8:45 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

Final Opening Assembly (East Ballroom B) Final Round: PO auditions; set agenda; convene; elect PO Recess for lunch Final Round: Reconvene Leadership Bowl voting Congressional Banquet, sponsored bythe Stennis Center for Public Service Leadership (East Ballroom B)

..................................................................................................................................................................... Contestant chamber assignments are in school registration envelopes. A master list can be found adjacent to the Opening Assembly on Monday. Finals will be in East Meeting M and East Meeting N. Awards are Friday at 6:30 p.m. in the BJCC Concert Hall. Congressional debaters placing 7-14 will be awarded their trophies on stage after the Public Forum final round. Students must be in competition attire. – 52 –


EVENT SCHEDULES

BIQ QUESTIONS DEBATES Presented by the John F. Templeton Foundation

2017 Schedule Overview

Monday, June 19 Jackson-Olin HS Round 1 11:30 a.m. Round 2 2:00 p.m. Round 3 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 20 Jackson-Olin HS Round 4 8:00 a.m. Round 5 10:00 a.m. Round 6 2:00 p.m.

Reminders for BQ

Monday at 9:00 a.m. – all Big Questions judges must attend judge training at Jackson-Olin HS. Monday at 9:00 a.m. – all Big Questions students must attend the student topic discussion at Jackson-Olin HS. Room schedules for Rounds 1-6 are available during Sunday registration and via the Nats17 Guidebook app. Judges (not students) should pick up ballots prior to the start of each round. The Student Posting Party will take place Tuesday evening at the Uptown District. Supplemental Re-registration will be held adjacent to the party inside The Westin Hotel (Camellia Room). See pages 40-41 for details.

6 to 9 p.m. – Student Posting Party and Supplemental Re-registration

Wednesday, June 21 Carver HS Round 7 10:30 a.m. Round 8 1:00 p.m. Round 9 4:00 p.m.

Big Questions Debates Scholarships Presented by the John Templeton Foundation

2 to 8 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (Carver HS Cafeteria)

First Place - $10,000 Second Place - $5,000 Third Place - $2,500 Fourth Place - $2,500

Thursday, June 22 Carver HS Round 10 9:00 a.m. Round 11 11:30 a.m. Round 12 2:30 p.m. Round 13 * 4:30 p.m. * If needed

Supported By

Friday, June 23 BJCC Theatre BQ Final 2:30 p.m. – 53 –


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EVENT SCHEDULES

2017 EXTEMP TOPIC RELEASE SCHEDULE United States Extemporaneous Speaking

Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Round 8 Round 9 Round 10 Round 11 Round 12 Finals

Education in the United States Government and Politics U.S. Economics and Business Technology and the Environment President Trump’s First Year Social Issues and Entitlements Healthcare U.S. Immigration Policy Legal Issues and the Courts American Foreign Policy Military, Defense, and National Security Journalism and the Mass Media The U.S. Next Week

International Extemporaneous Speaking

Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Round 8 Round 9 Round 10 Round 11 Round 12

Africa The Americas Western Europe East Asia and Pacific International Rights and Organizations Global Energy and Environment U.S. Foreign Policy Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia The Middle East Pakistan, India, and Southeast Asia International Economics Conflict: Politics by Other Means (This topic area will cover civil wars, geopolitical faultlines, the future of nuclear weapons, the impact of science and technology on violent conflict, etc.)

Finals

The World Next Week

Extemporaneous Commentary

Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Round 8 Round 9 Finals

This Time Last Year Leaders’ Virtual Messages The Not Too Serious News A “Rye” Sense of Humor Those Who Don’t Learn From History... The Moot Points We Raised in 2017 It’s Way More Important Than You Think! (if needed) Small Screen Focus (if needed) Disney-fy Dignitaries Movements...That Didn’t – 55 –


CARMENDALE FERNANDES UNITED STATES EXTEMP Presented by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute

A. C. ELEY INTERNATIONAL EXTEMP Presented by the Council on Foreign Relations

2017 Schedule Overview

Monday, June 19 Sheraton Hotel Rd 1 9:00 a.m. Rd 2 11:30 a.m. Rd 3 2:00 p.m. Rd 4 4:00 p.m.

Reminders for USX and IX Draw: 8:30 Draw: 11:00 Draw: 1:30 Draw: 3:30

Tuesday, June 20 Sheraton Hotel Rd 5 8:30 a.m. Rd 6 10:30 a.m. Rd 7 2:00 p.m. Rd 8 4:00 p.m

Draw: 8:00 Draw: 10:00 Draw: 1:30 Draw: 3:30

6 to 9 p.m. – Student Posting Party and Supplemental Re-registration

Room schedules for Rounds 1-6 are available during Sunday registration and via the Nats17 Guidebook app. The Student Posting Party will take place Tuesday evening at the Uptown District. Supplemental Re-registration will be held adjacent to the party inside The Westin Hotel (Camellia Room). See pages 40-41 for details. All speech finalists must attend the National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check in the BJCC Concert Hall at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday. Students must be in competition attire.

Wednesday, June 21 Carver HS Rd 9 8:30 a.m. Draw: 8:00 Rd 10 10:30 a.m. Draw: 10:00 Rd 11 1:30 p.m. Draw: 1:00 Rd 12 4:00 p.m. Draw: 3:30

Event Sponsors/Namesakes

2 to 8 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (Carver HS Cafeteria)

Thursday, June 22 BJCC Concert Hall

Carmendale Fernandes

10:00 a.m. National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check

Friday, June 23 BJCC Concert Hall USX Final 9:30 a.m. IX Final 11:00 a.m.

A. C. Eley

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EVENT SCHEDULES

JOE AND PAM WYCOFF ORIGINAL ORATORY Presented by the Patrick Henry Memorial Foundation Auxiliary

INFORMATIVE SPEAKING Presented by HoneyBaked Ham

2017 Schedule Overview

Monday, June 19 Woodlawn HS Round 1 9:00 a.m. Round 2 11:30 a.m. Round 3 2:00 p.m. Round 4 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 20 Woodlawn HS Round 5 8:30 a.m. Round 6 10:30 a.m. Round 7 2:00 p.m. Round 8 4:00 p.m. 6 to 9 p.m. – Student Posting Party and Supplemental Re-registration

Reminders for OO and INF

Room schedules for Rounds 1-6 are available during Sunday registration and via the Nats17 Guidebook app. The Student Posting Party will take place Tuesday evening at the Uptown District. Supplemental Re-registration will be held adjacent to the party inside The Westin Hotel (Camellia Room). See pages 40-41 for details. All speech finalists must attend the National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check in the BJCC Concert Hall at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday. Students must be in competition attire.

Wednesday, June 21 Carver HS Round 9 8:30 a.m. Round 10 10:30 a.m. Round 11 1:30 p.m. Round 12 4:00 p.m.

Event Sponsors/Namesakes

2 to 8 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (Carver HS Cafeteria)

Thursday, June 22 BJCC Concert Hall 10:00 a.m. National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check Joe Wycoff

Friday, June 23 BJCC Concert Hall INF Final 8:00 a.m. OO Final 5:00 p.m. – 57 –

Pam Wycoff


PROGRAM ORAL INTERPRETATION Presented by The Interp Store

HUMOROUS INTERPRETATION Presented by Western Kentucky University

2017 Schedule Overview

Monday, June 19 Huffman HS Round 1 9:00 a.m. Round 2 11:30 a.m. Round 3 2:00 p.m. Round 4 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 20 Huffman HS Round 5 8:30 a.m. Round 6 10:30 a.m. Round 7 2:00 p.m. Round 8 4:00 p.m. 6 to 9 p.m. – Student Posting Party and Supplemental Re-registration

Wednesday, June 21 Carver HS Round 9 8:30 a.m. Round 10 10:30 a.m. Round 11 1:30 p.m. Round 12 4:00 p.m.

Reminders for POI and HI

Room schedules for Rounds 1-6 are available during Sunday registration and via the Nats17 Guidebook app. The Student Posting Party will take place Tuesday evening at the Uptown District. Supplemental Re-registration will be held adjacent to the party inside The Westin Hotel (Camellia Room). See pages 40-41 for details. All quarterfinalists are required to turn in the original sources to the bud room by NOON on Wednesday. Photocopies are not acceptable. In addition, contestants must turn in the script highlighting all of the words used and noting any words added for transitional purposes only. Any contestant failing to produce the original source and highlighted manuscript to the bud room will not qualify for the semifinal rounds of competition. All speech finalists must attend the National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check in the BJCC Concert Hall at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday. Students must be in competition attire.

2 to 8 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (Carver HS Cafeteria)

Event Sponsors

Thursday, June 22 BJCC Concert Hall 10:00 a.m. National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check

POI Final HI Final

2:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. – 58 –


EVENT SCHEDULES

LANNY D. AND B. J. NAEGELIN DRAMATIC INTERPRETATION Presented by Simpson College

SANDRA SILVERS DUO INTERPRETATION Presented by Colorado College

2017 Schedule Overview

Monday, June 19 Huffman HS Round 1 9:00 a.m. Round 2 11:30 a.m. Round 3 2:00 p.m. Round 4 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 20 Huffman HS Round 5 8:30 a.m. Round 6 10:30 a.m. Round 7 2:00 p.m. Round 8 4:00 p.m. 6 to 9 p.m. – Student Posting Party and Supplemental Re-registration

Wednesday, June 21 Carver HS Round 9 8:30 a.m. Round 10 10:30 a.m. Round 11 1:30 p.m. Round 12 4:00 p.m.

Reminders for DI and DUO

Room schedules for Rounds 1-6 are available during Sunday registration and via the Nats17 Guidebook app. The Student Posting Party will take place Tuesday evening at the Uptown District. Supplemental Re-registration will be held adjacent to the party inside The Westin Hotel (Camellia Room). See pages 40-41 for details. All quarterfinalists are required to turn in the original sources to the bud room by NOON on Wednesday. Photocopies are not acceptable. In addition, contestants must turn in the script highlighting all of the words used and noting any words added for transitional purposes only. Any contestant failing to produce the original source and highlighted manuscript to the bud room will not qualify for the semifinal rounds of competition. All speech finalists must attend the National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check in the BJCC Concert Hall at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday. Students must be in competition attire.

2 to 8 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (Carver HS Cafeteria)

Thursday, June 22 BJCC Concert Hall 10:00 a.m. National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check

DI Final DUO Final

Event Sponsors/Namesakes

Lanny D. Naegelin

5:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m.

B. J. Naegelin

Sandra Silvers – 59 –


EXTEMPORANEOUS DEBATE Presented by Colorado College

TUESDAY » Supplemental Re-registration The Student Posting Party will take place Tuesday evening at the Uptown District. Supplemental Re-registration will be held adjacent to the party inside The Westin Hotel (Camellia Room). See pages 40-41 for details.

2017 Schedule Overview

Wednesday, June 21 A. H. Parker HS Round 1 8:00 a.m. Round 2 10:00 a.m. Round 3 1:00 p.m. Round 4 3:30 p.m. Round 5 6:00 p.m.

Students who have been eliminated from main events Tuesday, or who did not qualify for the semifinal Congress session, may re-register for up to two (2) supplemental speech events if preregistered. Students may not re-register for other supplemental speech events if they re-register for Extemporaneous Debate.

2 to 8 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (A. H. Parker Cafeteria)

Thursday, June 22 A. H. Parker HS Round 6 8:00 a.m. Round 7 10:30 a.m. Round 8 1:00 p.m. Round 9 3:00 p.m. Round 10 4:30 p.m. Round 11 6:00 p.m.

WEDNESDAY » Consolation Re-registration Consolation Re-registration will take place at the times and locations listed below. These are the ONLY times a contestant may re-register for consolation events. Students who have been eliminated from main event competition by Wednesday, or who did not qualify for the semifinal Congress session, may reregister for Storytelling or Impromptu if pre-registered.

Friday, June 23 Sheraton Hotel Round 12 8:30 a.m. Round 13 9:15 a.m. Round 14 * 10:00 a.m. Round 15 * 10:45 a.m. * If needed BJCC Theatre Ext Debate Final 2:00 p.m.

Times and Locations: 2 to 8 p.m. – Carver HS Cafeteria (Main Events, Big Questions) 4 to 8 p.m. – Jackson-Olin HS Cafeteria (Supp Events) 4 to 8 p.m. – A. H. Parker HS Cafeteria (Extemp Debate) 7 to 8 p.m. – Sheraton Hotel across from East Meeting H/M (Congress) – 60 –


EVENT SCHEDULES

SUPPLEMENTAL SPEECH EVENTS Presented by Western Kentucky University

2017 Schedule Overview Expository • Prose Reading • Poetry Reading • Commentary

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Wednesday, June 21 Jackson-Olin HS Rd 1 8:30 a.m. Draw: 8:00 Rd 2 10:30 a.m. Draw: 10:00 Rd 3 1:30 p.m. Draw: 1:00 Rd 4 4:00 p.m. Draw: 3:30 Rd 5 6:00 p.m. Draw: 5:30 2 to 8 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (Jackson-Olin Cafeteria)

Thursday, June 22 Jackson-Olin HS Rd 6 8:30 a.m. Rd 7 11:00 a.m. Rd 8 1:00 p.m. Rd 9 * 2:30 p.m. * If needed Friday, June 23 BJCC Theatre EXPOS Final PRO Final POE Final COMM Final

Draw: 8:00 Draw: 10:30 Draw: 12:30 Draw: 2:00

9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 pm.

Commentary Draw at 12:30 p.m. on Friday in Ballet Rehearsal Hall behind BJCC Theatre

CONSOLATION EVENTS Presented by Western Kentucky University

2017 Schedule Overview Storytelling • Impromptu

Thursday, June 22 Jackson-Olin HS Round 1 9:00 a.m. Round 2 11:30 a.m. Round 3 2:00 p.m. Round 4 4:00 p.m. Round 5 6:00 p.m. Round 6 * 7:30 p.m. * If needed Friday, June 23 BJCC Theatre STO Final 8:00 a.m. IMP Final 11:00 a.m.

See next page for International Supplemental Public Forum Debates » – 61 –


IPF

INTERNATIONAL SUPPLEMENTAL PUBLIC FORUM DEBATES

Another Opportunity for Public Forum Debaters

2017 Schedule Overview

Up to 32 teams will be allowed into International Supplemental Public Forum Debates (IPF). There is no additional cost to participate in this event. The top performing U.S. team and the top performing international team will participate in an exhibition debate Friday afternoon at the Sheraton Hotel!

Wednesday, June 21 Carver HS Round 1 Round 2 Round 3

10:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m.

Thursday, June 22 Carver HS Round 4 Quarterfinals Semifinals

SIGN UP TUESDAY EVENING!

9:00 a.m. (preset) 12:00 p.m. (preset) 1:30 p.m.

Friday, June 23 Sheraton – East Ballroom B

Eligibility • All 7 ballot U.S. PF teams that did not advance to rounds 7 and 8 are invited to register for IPF on a first come, first served basis. Supplemental Re-registration begins promptly at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday evening at The Westin Hotel (Camellia Room) adjacent to the Student Posting Party. Any U.S. Public Forum teams advancing to rounds 7 and 8 are NOT eligible to compete in IPF.

Exhibition Round 1:00 p.m. Quarterfinalist, Semifinalist, and Exhibition Round plaques will be awarded Friday after the 1:00 p.m. round in East Ballroom B.

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www.speechanddebate.org/online-topic-workshops – 62 –


TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS

64

National Tournament Officials

66

Board of Directors

67

Bud Room Locations

68

Tab Room Staff

72

National Office Staff

74

Local Host Committee

NATIONAL SPEECH & DEBATE ASSOCIATION


NATIONAL TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS

J. Scott Wunn Executive Director Tournament Director

Amy Seidelman Assistant Executive Director Tournament Director of Operations

Steve Schappaugh Tournament Director of Competition

Steven Davis Judge Chair

Dr. Richard Edwards Co-Chair Computer Operations

Brent Hinkle Co-Chair Computer Operations

Timothy E. Sheaff Co-Awards Emcee

Jacquelyn Young Co-Awards Emcee

Mark Ferguson Awards Producer

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TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS

NATIONAL TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS

Cathy Wood

Matt Good

Byron Arthur

Pauline Carochi

Speech Co-Chair

Speech Co-Chair

World Schools Chair

Lincoln-Douglas Chair

Vickie Fellers

Jeff Stutzman

Chris McDonald

Kevin Berlat

Policy Co-Chair

Kyle Howe

Supp-Cons Co-Chair

Darrel Harbaugh

Extemp Prep Co-Chair

Policy Co-Chair

Public Forum Chair

Michael Starks

Greg Malis

Supp-Cons Co-Chair

Extemp Debate Chair

Dalvin Yager

Dario Camara

Extemp Prep Co-Chair

Big Questions Chair

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Congress Chair

Kyle Brenner

Commentary Chair

Jeffrey Miller

Middle School Chair


BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Don Crabtree President

Pam Cady Wycoff Vice President

Missouri

Minnesota

David Huston

Jennifer M. Jerome

Dr. Tommie Lindsey, Jr.

Pamela K. McComas

Texas

Nebraska

California

Kansas

Dr. Polly Reikowski Admin Rep

James “Jay” Rye

Timothy E. Sheaff

Alabama

Iowa

Minnesota

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TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS

NATIONAL TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS BUD ROOM LOCATIONS

MEET THE OMBUDSPEOPLE Don Crabtree

• Sheraton Birmingham Hotel Jefferson 2 (Mon-Wed) Jefferson 1 (Thu)

High School Don Crabtree, MO (Chair) David Huston, TX Jennifer M. Jerome, NE Dr. Tommie Lindsey, Jr., CA Pamela K. McComas, KS Dr. Polly Reikowski, MN James “Jay” Rye, III, AL Timothy E. Sheaff, IA Jay Stubbs, TX Cynthia Timmons, TX

• BJCC Concert Hall Outside Center Stage Lounge • Carver HS 303 Counseling • Huffman HS C147 Periodical Storage (enter through Media Center)

• Jackson-Olin HS A137

(World Schools Chief Adjudicator)

• Mountain Brook HS Administrative Offices

Pam Cady Wycoff, MN

• A. H. Parker HS 284 Computer Classroom

Middle School

(inside Library)

Jennifer M. Jerome, NE

• Woodlawn HS 120 Conference Room

WE’RE HERE TO HELP! • Questions and Concerns • School of Excellence Postings • Interp Source Submissions by IE Quarterfinalists • Lost and Found Items For additional information about tournament procedures, see pages 18-21. – 67 –


NATIONAL TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS Board President

Don Crabtree, MO *********

Board Vice President

Pam Cady Wycoff, MN ******

Tournament Director

J. Scott Wunn, National Office **

Tournament Director of Operations

Amy Seidelman, National Office

Tournament Director of Competition

Steve Schappaugh, National Office **

Tournament Host

James W. “Jay” Rye, III AL *****

Tournament Host Commitee

Dr. Kenny Barfield ****** Victoria Boyd Christopher Colvin *** Nate Conoly Tonya Hatch Rebecca Helms * John McWilliams ** Jessica Newman

Co-Chairs of Computer Operations

Dr. Richard Edwards, TX Brent Hinkle, TX

Computer Operations

Aaron Hardy, National Office John Mathis, TX Chris Palmer, MA Chris Skinner, TX

Chair of Ombudspeople

Don Crabtree, MO *********

Middle School Ombudsperson

Jennifer Jerome, NE ***

Judge Chair

Steven Davis, KS ******

Judges

Sarah Donnelly, MA * Martin Glendinning, OK ** Nicole Jenkins, NC ** Brian Manuel, CA Gordie Miller, NY Chuck Nicholas, SC ***** – 68 –

Katy Olienyk ** Oliver Parker * Rachel Puckett Ondreja Turner Dr. Ian Turnipseed * Elizabeth Wood Weas Hannah Zarzour

Dustin Rimmey, KS * Marc Rischitelli, MA **** Cory Shay, PA * Shane Stafford, MN ** Ron Steinhorst, WI ***** Chase Williams, OH *


TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS

NATIONAL TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS Speech Co-Chairs World Schools Debate Chair Lincoln-Douglas Debate Chair

Cathy Wood, KS **** Matthew Good, MO *** Byron Arthur, LA ** Pauline Carochi, CO ******

Policy Debate Co-Chairs

Vickie Fellers, KS ****** Jeff Stutzman, IN **

Public Forum Debate Chair

Chris McDonald, MN ***

Congressional Debate Chair Supplemental and Consolation Co-Chairs Extemporaneous Debate Chair

Kevin Berlat, AZ * Kyle Howe, MO ** Michael Starks, WY ****** Greg Malis, LA **

Commentary Chair

Kyle Brenner, TX *

Extemp Prep Co-Chairs

Darrel Harbaugh, KS ****** Dalvin Yager, KS ***

Big Questions Debates Chair

Dario Camara, FL **

Middle School Chair

Jeffrey Miller, GA **

Operations Team

Haleigh Anderson, IA Marisa Anderson, IA David Arnet, KY Stefan Bauschard, NY * Sarah Brazier, CA Scott “Frosty” Faust, WI Aarzu Maknojia, TX Ashlyn McEniry, IA Athena Murray, CO – 69 –

Randi Oleson, IA Anna Oosterhous, CO Anthony Peavy, IA Lauren Robertson, AL Simon Sheaff, IA Tyler Unsell, MO ** Darrell Vossekuil, IA Keith West, MA Steven Wood, KS *******


2017 TAB ROOM STAFF Policy Debate: Vickie Fellers, KS (co-chair) Jeff Stutzman, IN (co-chair) Chuck Ballingall, CA Cynthia Burgett, KS Iain Lampert, CA Bruce Miller, NH Caron Newman, OR Nick Panopoulos, CO Ed Taylor, MO Lincoln-Douglas Debate: Pauline Carochi, CO (chair) Richard Belske, KS Emily Farwell, WY Kasey Harrison, OK Karla Penechar, MO Kara Smith, ID Russ Tidwell, KS Bryan Whyte, MO John Wolnisty, AZ Public Forum Debate: Christopher McDonald, MN (chair) David Abel, KS Jane Berry-Eddings, OR Nicole Cornish, TX Kathleen Hamm, FL Alma Nicholson, LA Noah Recker, TX Brett Rydalch, UT Harry Strong, VA Congressional Debate: Kevin Berlat, AZ (chair) Susan Anderson, ND Victoria Beard, TX Clifton “Clif” Davis, ID Gayle Hyde, ND Ron Jackson, MO David Long, PA Keith Pittman, NC Joshua Swartsel, NY

Speech: Cathy Wood, KS (co-chair) Matt Good, MO (co-chair) Stan Austin, IL Eloise Weisinger Blair, TX Shane Cole, MS Carolyn Cook, KS Kris Deveau, ME Hannah Flake, NM Mary Fridh, IN Richard Glover, AZ Mike Hardin, KS Mario Herrera, GA Adam Higgins, MO Kristi Hodgkiss, TX Meg Howell-Haymaker, AZ Kim Lenger, MO David McKenzie, IN Rory McKenzie, TX Steve Meadows, KY Karen Miyakado, HI Gail Nicholas, SC Randi Oleson, IA Susan Ontiveros, NM Dr. Randy Patterson, KY Sr. Mary Patricia Plumb, FL Cheryl Potts, TX Michael Robinson, KY Todd Schnake, MO Becki Sharp, CO Jimmy Smith, TX Jeffrey Stoppenhagen, ID Suzanne Terry, TN Trey Witt, KS David Yastremski, NJ Big Questions Debates: Dario Camara, FL (chair) Sherri Bublitz, NM Marita Duesler, TX

World Schools Debate: Byron R. Arthur, LA (chair) William Brown, CO Steven Ellis, MO Brian Manuel, CA Andrea Reed, KY David Smith, WA Shane Stafford, MN Chase Williams, OH – 70 –


TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS

2017 TAB ROOM STAFF Middle School Tournament: Jeffrey Miller, GA (chair) Mia Behan, IA Lyndsey Hickley, GA Kelsey Johnson, ND Karson Kalashian, CA Bill Lindsey, MO Lauren McCool, IA David McGinnis, IA Sara Morningstar, PA Jasmin Nabors, NC Kathy Owens, TX Scott Pollack, PA Abby Schirmer, GA Cory Shay, PA Ray Shay, PA Deborah Simon, MA Charles Sloat, NY George Tennison, TX Bill Thompson, FL William Warren, NC Elizabeth Wood Weas, AL Justin Weaver, FL

Extemp / Commentary: Darrel Harbaugh, KS (co-chair) Dalvin Yager, KS (co-chair) Kyle Brenner, TX (co-chair) Jo Ball, KS Vicki Engledow, OK Annette Harbaugh, KS Christian Jones, OK Karson Kalashian, CA Ishmael Kissinger, OK Carla Reisman, TX Robert Stockton, CA Salli Stockton, CA Bill Thompson, FL Melissa Witt, TX Sami Womack, TX Ariel Yager, KS Becky Yager, KS Supplemental / Consolation: Kyle Howe, MO (co-chair) Michael Starks, WY (co-chair) Greg Malis, LA (co-chair) Anita Boyd, MS Ryan Brown, KY Molly Chertock, CA Courtney Coffman, TX Sarah Donnelly, MA Craig Edgerton, VA Doug Frank, NE Jan Friedman-Pizzo, OR J. P. Fugler, TX Kelly Clark Garner, MS Megan Hagaman, KS David Harper, WI Mary Hoard, WY Shannon Jarman, NC Adam Jenkins, IL Denise Raeder Johnson, ND Kathleen O’Halloran, PA Mary Orlosky, WA Martin Page, NJ Marc Rischitelli, MA Jim Ryan, OK Salli Stockton, CA Donna Szumila, TX Kristen Taylor, FL Michelle Watkins, TX

2017-2018 LD Wording Committee: Joseph Vaughan, NY (co-chair) Shawn Matson, WI (co-chair) Jonathan Alston, NJ Martha Benham, CO Chris Castillo, TX Lydia Esslinger, NY Jennifer Holden, MO Crawford Leavoy, NC Fred Robertson, NE Linda Shipley, OK Chris Theis, MN Adam Torson, CA 2017-2018 PF Wording Committee: Tara Tate, IL (chair) Byron Arthur, LA Sandra Berkowitz, MN Douglas Dennis, CA Nefertiti Dukes, FL Paul Gaba, FL Todd Hering, MN Maryrose Kohan, CO Jeffrey Miller, GA Martin Page, NJ Robert Shurtz, OH David Huston, TX (Board Liaison) – 71 –


NATIONAL OFFICE STAFF

J. Scott Wunn

Carol Zanto

Amy Seidelman

Executive Director, Tournament Director

Assistant Executive Director, Tournament Director of Operations

Steven Schappaugh

Nicole Wanzer-Serrano

Director of Community Engagement, Tournament Director of Competition

Director of Business Management

Mike Rieker

Aaron Hardy

Director of Marketing and Advocacy

Director of Development

Shannon Duus

Director of Finance

Director of Technical Solutions

ABOUT

The National Speech & Debate Association is the largest interscholastic speech and debate organization serving middle school, high school, and collegiate students in the United States. The Association provides competitive speech and debate activities, high-quality resources, comprehensive training, scholarship opportunities, and advanced recognition to more than 150,000 students and coaches every year. For more than 90 years, the National Speech & Debate Association has empowered more than 1.5 million members to become engaged citizens, skilled professionals, and honorable leaders in our society. For more information, visit www.speechanddebate.org.

MISSION

We believe communication skills are essential for empowering youth to become engaged citizens, skilled professionals, and honorable leaders in our global society. We connect, support, and inspire a diverse community of honor society members committed to fostering excellence in young people through competitive speech and debate activities.

VISION

We envision a world in which every student has access to competitive speech and debate activities. We are the leading voice in the development of resources, competitive and ethical standards, curricular and co-curricular opportunities, and recognition systems for our vast network of student, coach, and alumni members. – 72 –


TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS

NATIONAL OFFICE STAFF

Emily Bratton

Walker Desing

Kathy Dumke Financial Office Assistant

Liberty Dunn

Video and Tech Support Specialist

Emily Kriegel

John Mathis

Karen McHale

Chris Palmer

Development Coordinator

Developer

Vicki Pape

Annie Reisener

Stephanie VanderBruggen

Chad Wagner

Lauren Burdt

Graphic Designer and Publications Assistant

Project Manager, Big Questions Debates

Katie Hines

Grants Administrator, Big Questions Debates

Deano Pape Membership Manager

Lisa Vosskuil Membership Specialist

Publications Manager

Operations Coordinator

Megan Wunn

Membership Assistant

Accounting Specialist

Shelby Young

Sales and Merchandise Associate

Communications Specialist

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Operations Assistant

Developer

Trophy Shop Manager

Nicole Zeoli Finance Associate


Local Host Committee

We are thrilled to have the National Speech & Debate Tournament return to Alabama. In the midst of the competitive nature of this tournament, we hope you will take time to satisfy your hunger, fill your mind, and rejuvenate your spirit. Roll Tide! Jay Rye

Deep South District Chair, 2017 National Tournament Host Committee Chair

(from top, left to right) Jay Rye, chair; Dr. Kenny Barfield, Victoria Boyd, Chris Colvin, Nate Conoly, Tonya Hatch, Rebecca Helms, John McWilliams, Jessica Newman, Katy Olienyk, Oliver Parker, Rachel Puckett, Ondreja Turner, Dr. Ian Turnipseed, Elizabeth Wood Weas, and Hannah Zarzour – 74 –


FROM OUR SUPPORTERS We are grateful for the countless supporters who have purchased ads and given in-kind donations on behalf of the 2017 National Speech & Debate Tournament. Thank you for helping us pursue the mission and vision of the National Speech & Debate Association!

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LOOKING FOR COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS? LOOK NO FURTHER. The American Legion Oratorical Contest As part of the National Speech & Debate Association’s partnership with The American Legion, the top three finishers from the Legion’s National Oratorical Contest may earn a berth in Original Oratory or United States Extemporaneous Speaking at the National Speech & Debate Tournament. The first place finisher is awarded an $18,000 scholarship, second place $16,000, and third place $14,000. The scholarships may be used at any college or university in the United States.

Congratulations to the 2017 Finalists!

First place: Andrew Steinberg – Newton, Massachusetts Second place: Robyn Anzulis – Woodbine, Maryland Third place: Chad Durante – Follansbee, West Virginia

 Want to get involved? Follow these simple steps! • Visit www.legion.org/oratorical/finals to learn more. • Click “Request Oratorical Contest Information” or contact your state’s American Legion Department to learn when the first contest will be. • Click on “Assigned Topics” to find the extemporaneous topic areas. • Prepare your original oration on some aspect of the Constitution with emphasis on the duties and obligations of a citizen to our government. – 78 –


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Zoe Lovelace, 2016 Coolidge Cup Winner

2018 COOLIDGE CUP The Coolidge Foundation is setting out to find the top debaters in America! The 2018 Coolidge Cup National Debate Tournament begins in fall 2017 with regional qualifying tournaments. Top placers from these qualifying events will earn the right to compete in the Coolidge Cup Championship Tournament taking place July 3-4, 2018, in President Coolidge’s historic village, the picturesque town of Plymouth Notch, Vermont. More than $10,000 in scholarships and prizes will be awarded to the winners of the 2018 Coolidge Cup!

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Summer Program for Public Forum, Lincoln-Douglas, Congressional Debate, Interpretation, Original Oratory, and Extemp

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Scholars qualified to 2017 Tournament of Champions

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States represented at our diverse program

What is a Champion? Becoming a Champion is about more than winning trophies. We teach students the leadership and advocacy skills that will be useful for the rest of their lives. While our approach doesn’t focus on trophies, CBI scholars have won National Championships and consistently achieve incredible success at local, regional, and national tournaments.

“CBI was such a fantastic experience! I really felt like the instructors wanted me to improve and they gave me such a great support system. It was personalized in that they helped me find my own style as a speaker, I never felt pressured to do anything by a formula or even in the same way as other students. I highly recommend CBI if you want to improve your skills and have fun doing it!”

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TOP 10

National Pi Kappa Delta Program

SIMPSON IS A PRIVATE, LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE LOCATED IN INDIANOLA, IOWA—JUST MINUTES SOUTH OF THE CAPITAL CITY OF DES MOINES. To learn more about speech and debate at Simpson, email spencer.waugh@simpson.edu.

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THE NATIONAL CONGRESS presented by the

STENNIS CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE LEADERSHIP The Stennis Center for Public Service Leadership conducts programs to attract talented and capable young people to careers in public service leadership and to provide leadership development opportunities for people currently holding positions of public service leadership. Governed by a seven member Board of Trustees appointed by the leadership in Congress, the Stennis Center operates as a non-profit organization. The Stennis Center conducts its national mission from headquarters located adjacent to the campus of Mississippi State University in Starkville, Mississippi. The National Congress is an opportunity to bring some of our nation’s most promising future leaders together in a spirited competition centered on the legislative process. The National Congress has always operated in the spirit of simulating the legislative process, providing practical leadership training by modeling the virtues of public service. The National Speech & Debate Association thanks the Stennis Center, Executive Director Rex G. Buffington, II, and Program Director Jennifer Gregory for their ongoing support and partnership.

Non-advancing semifinalists in The National Congress are awarded the Karl E. Mundt medal, named in honor of the longtime U.S. Senator and former NSDA president.

All finalists in The National Congress are awarded the Stennis Medallion, named after Senator John C. Stennis from the state of Mississippi.

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For over 20 years, Summit Debate has provided speech and debate training that offers tiered curriculums for both the novice and varsity competitors. Multiple Champtions - Multiple Schools - Multiple States

2017 Summit Event Directors NDF: LD/PFD Steve Schappaugh

Two Locations

Boston - Des Moines

WORK WITH US ALL YEAR LONG

INTERPROD:

Interpretation David Kraft Oratory Bob Ickes

EXL:

SUMMIT DEBATE ONLINE

Extemp Meredith Deaton

We offer online coaching with Summit Instructors

SUMMIT DEBATE:

Camp Director Jenny Cook Operations Manager Dario Camara

www.SummitDebate.com

2017 Summer of Excellence Quality Coaches - Safe Environment - 4:1 Student Ratio State of the art Facilities - Individual Instruction

Administrative staff with a combined 60 years of Institute Experience Proven Track Record Congratulations and good luck to all of the competitors at the 2017 Alabama Nationals! – 93 –


Home of a top-20 policy debate program, coached by the 2016 National Debate Tournament Coach of the Year.

JOIN AN ELITE NETWORK. BECOME A TIGER.

The perfect combination of academics & co-curriculars. www.trinity.edu

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Western Kentucky University

Brian Anderson and Andrea Ambam, class of 2019.

THIS IS WKU FORENSICS Competitors and recent graduates of the WKU Forensic Team have been recognized in many prestigious scholarship competitions. Since 2012, WKU Forensics has produced Lily 2 Critical Language Scholarships Winners, Nellans 3 Gilman Study Abroad Scholarship Earners, class of 2018. 1 Boren Award for International Study Recipient, 2 Truman Scholarship Finalists, and 3 Fulbright Scholars. Forensics scholarships are competitively awarded. Contact Ganer Newman to schedule an audition! UNITY • LEADERSHIP • INNOVATION • DISCIPLINE • GRATITUDE WKU Forensics; Ganer Newman 1906 College Heights Blvd. #51084 Bowling Green, KY 42101-1084 phone: 270-745-6340

email: ganer.newman@wku.edu www.wkuforensics.com Follow us on facebook.com/mywkuforensics Follow us on Twitter: @wkuforensics

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IS LAW SCHOOL IN YOUR FUTURE?

3+3

B.A. to J.D. Program A collaboration between UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SANTA CRUZ & UC HASTINGS COLLEGE OF THE LAW

The 3+3 Program is an accelerated program in which STUDENTS COMPLETE THEIR B.A. AND J.D. DEGREES IN SIX YEARS rather than the normal seven years. Why “3+3”? • Fast track your career in law • Save a year of tuition and time • Make a smooth transition

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Always Writing 4 U Always Writing 4 U is a writing and publishing company that prides itself on working with speech programs from all over the country in the areas of DI, HI, DUO, DUET, PROSE, POETRY, POI, and ORATORY. We write and publish new oral interpretation pieces as well as our extensive online catalog of more than 300 pre-written works. Our goal is a simple one: “Tell your story, it is the best story ever told.” Come visit our table for our Nationals special or visit us online at www.alwayswriting4u.com We are a small business that believes in creating connections with our clients to keep you coming back year after year. We also assist high school students with auditions for college majoring in acting and musical theatre. #JustTellingStories

Kristy Thomas Owner/ Writer

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Lafayette College Forensics Society is committed to providing an inclusive space for all members. We are a full-service co-curricular program, competing in both individual events and NFA-LD debate. Supported by two full-time coaches and a generous travel budget, the team is active in both Pi Kappa Delta and NFA. About Lafayette College Located in Easton, Pennsylvania - 2,405 students 10.5 to 1 student-faculty ratio - Over 50 degree programs Lafayette Forensics Society 30 South College Drive, Room 100 Easton, PA 18042 phone: (610) 330-5802 email: plackeh@lafayette.edu twitter: @LAF_Forensics facebook: www.facebook.com/lafayetteforensics

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VLADIMIR IMAKAEV Mass Communication Major Class of 2016

FIND A COLLEGE YOU TRULY LOVE

Northwest Nazarene University helps students pursue their passions and prepare for their futures At NNU, opportunities for experiential learning abound. From degree-specific internships to service learning trips to Peru, from clubs where students invest money on behalf of the University to field hours producing short films in NNU’s Film School, we are dedicated to providing you opportunities for meaningful experiential learning to develop your worldview and gain a professional edge.

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ARE YOU READY TO BE CHALLENGED?

You arrive on a special island, inhabited by only Knights and Knaves. Knights always tell the truth and Knaves always lie. You meet three inhabitants: Ben, Leland, and John. Ben says that John says that Leland is a Knight. Leland says that only a Knave would say that John is a Knave. John tells you that Ben is a Knave. What are Ben, Leland, and John?

Submit your answer at seekingcurio.us

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SWSDI Congratulates the 2017 NSDA National Qualifiers Location & Tuition

Two Weeks: $1245 One Week: $880 Commuter Price: Two Weeks: $880 One Week: $660

COST

Resident Price:

Location: SWSDI is located at Barrett: The Honors College at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ.

Curriculum and Staff

EVENTS

Two Week Sessions: Lincoln-Douglas Policy Debate First Week (July 2 - 9): Public Forum Debate Interp Events Second Week (July 9 - 16): Original Oratory Extemporaneous Congressional Debate

SWSDI staff is comprised of expert coaches, and former competitors. Years of experience is on deck to help you level up. Our curriculum is designed to accommodate any skill level, and provide you with the tools necessary to succeed.

STAFF

SWSDI 2017 - July 2nd - 16th

SWSDI Tournament March 2nd & 3rd, 2018 TOC Bids in LD, PF, Congress joyoftournaments.com/az for more information

Find out more: http://www.swsdi.org

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NATIONAL SPEECH & DEBATE ASSOCIATION Don’t miss a moment! Watch our livestream coverage of finals and awards on Thursday and Friday, sponsored by Victory Briefs Institute.

www.speechanddebate.org/live @ speechanddebate #Nats17

For the latest speech and debate updates, follow us on Twitter and Instagram or like us on Facebook!

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HONORS AND AWARDS

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National Tournament Sponsors

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National Tournament Scholarships

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Four-Time Qualifiers

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National Student of the Year

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District Students of the Year

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Distinguished Service Awards

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District Chair Awards

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New Diamond Coach Recognition

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Hall of Fame Members

For past tournament winners and results, visit www.speechanddebate.org/nationals-history

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THANK YOU TO

Our Sponsors Our generous sponsors make the National Speech & Debate Tournament possible! Thank you for showing your commitment to fostering excellence in young people through competitive speech and debate activities.

PLATINUM LEVEL

GOLD LEVEL

RUBY LEVEL

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HONORS AND AWARDS

SAPPHIRE LEVEL

JAMES M. COPELAND

TOM ROLLINS

EMERALD LEVEL

A. C. ELEY FUND

HAROLD C. KELLER FUND

RICHARD B. SODIKOW FUND

MIKE & GILLIAN GOODRICH FOUNDATION

HARLAND B. MITCHELL FUND

BOB AND SALLI STOCKTON

LANNY D. AND B. J. NAEGELIN FUND

WILLIAM WOODS TATE, JR., FUND

THE JEPS FOUNDATION

DONUS AND LOVILA ROBERTS

JOE AND PAM WYCOFF

CARMENDALE FERNANDES FUND

SANDRA SILVERS FUND – 121 –


NATIONAL TOURNAMENT SCHOLARSHIPS

Proud Sponsor of the National Speech & Debate Tournament $5,000

Awarded to each of the main event national champions, presented by EF Hutton: Richard B. Sodikow Policy Debate (two students) Public Forum Debate (two students) Lincoln-Douglas Debate Congressional Debate–House Congressional Debate–Senate United States World Schools Debate (up to five students, $20,000 max) Joe and Pam Wycoff Original Oratory A. C. Eley International Extemporaneous Speaking Carmendale Fernandes United States Extemporaneous Speaking Informative Speaking Humorous Interpretation Lanny D. and B. J. Naegelin Dramatic Interpretation Sandra Silvers Duo Interpretation (two students) Program Oral Interpretation

Proud Sponsor of Public Forum Debate $5,000

To each of the two Public Forum championship debaters, presented by the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation.

$4,500

To each of the two Public Forum finalist debaters, presented by the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation.

$2,500

To each of the four Public Forum semifinalist debaters, presented by the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation.

$1,500

To each of the eight Public Forum Debate quarterfinalist debaters, presented by the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation.

$1,000

To each of the twelve Public Forum Debate octafinalist debaters, presented by the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation. – 122 –


HONORS AND AWARDS

NATIONAL TOURNAMENT SCHOLARSHIPS $2,000

To the national champion in Original Oratory, presented by the Patrick Henry Memorial Foundation Auxiliary.

$1,000

To each national champion in Richard B. Sodikow Policy Debate, presented by Trinity University.

$1,000

To the national champion in Lincoln-Douglas Debate, presented by Victor Jih.

$1,000

To the national champion Senator, presented by the Stennis Center for Public Forum Leadership.

$1,000

To the national champion Representative, presented by the Stennis Center for Public Forum Leadership.

$1,000

To the national champion in Carmendale Fernandes United States Extemporaneous Speaking, presented by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute.

$1,000

To the national champion in A. C. Eley International Extemporaneous Speaking, presented by the Council on Foreign Relations.

$1,000

To the national champion in Informative Speaking, presented by HoneyBaked Ham.

$1,000

To the national champion in Humorous Interpretation, presented by Western Kentucky University.

$1,000

To the national champion in Lanny D. and B. J. Naegelin Dramatic Interpretation, presented by Simpson College.

$1,000

To each national champion in Sandra Silvers Duo Interpretation, presented by Colorado College.

$1,000

To the national champion in Program Oral Interpretation, presented by The Interp Store.

$1,000

To the national champion in each supplemental speech event (Brother René Sterner Commentary, Expository, Poetry Reading, and Prose Reading), presented by Western Kentucky University.

$1,000

To the William Woods Tate, Jr., National Student of the Year, presented by the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation.

$1,000

To the second place finalist in Joe and Pam Wycoff Original Oratory, presented by the Patrick Henry Memorial Foundation Auxiliary.

$750

To the third place finalist in Joe and Pam Wycoff Original Oratory, presented by the Patrick Henry Memorial Foundation Auxiliary.

$500

To the national champion in Extemporaneous Debate, presented by Colorado College.

$500

To the national champion in each consolation event (Impromptu and Storytelling), presented by Western Kentucky University. – 123 –


NATIONAL TOURNAMENT SCHOLARSHIPS $500

To each second place finalist in Richard B. Sodikow Policy Debate, presented by Trinity University.

$500

To the second place finalist in Lincoln-Douglas Debate, presented by Victor Jih.

$500

To the second place finalist in Carmendale Fernandes United States Extemporaneous Speaking, presented by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation.

$500

To the second place finalist in A. C. Eley International Extemporaneous Speaking, presented by the Council on Foreign Relations.

$500

To each of the top six Making the Stage finalists in Joe and Pam Wycoff Original Oratory, presented by Joe and Pam Wycoff.

$500

To the second place finalist in Informative Speaking, presented by HoneyBaked Ham.

$500

To the second place finalist in Humorous Interpretation, presented by Western Kentucky University.

$500

To the second place finalist in Lanny D. and B. J. Naegelin Dramatic Interpretation, presented by Simpson College.

$500

To each second place finalist in Sandra Silvers Duo Interpretation, presented by Colorado College.

$500

To the second place finalist in Program Oral Interpretation, presented by The Interp Store.

$500

To the second place finalist in each supplemental speech event (Brother René Sterner Commentary, Expository, Poetry Reading, and Prose Reading), presented by Western Kentucky University.

$400

To each national champion in Brother René Sterner Commentary, Expository, Poetry Reading, and Prose Reading, presented by Jean Emery Boles and members of the Hall of Fame.

$250

To each final round winner of Carmendale Fernandes United States Extemporaneous Speaking, A. C. Eley International Extemporaneous Speaking, Joe and Pam Wycoff Original Oratory, and Informative Speaking, presented by Donus and Lovila Roberts.

$250

To each final round winner of Lanny D. and B. J. Naegelin Dramatic Interpretation, Humorous Interpretation, Sandra Silvers Duo Interpretation, and Program Oral Interpretation, presented by the National Speech & Debate Association.

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HONORS AND AWARDS

NATIONAL TOURNAMENT SCHOLARSHIPS $250

To each third place finalist in Richard B. Sodikow Policy Debate, presented by Trinity University.

$250

To the top speaker in Richard B. Sodikow Policy Debate, in honor of Phyllis Flory Barton.

$250

To the third place finalist in Lincoln-Douglas Debate, presented by Victor Jih.

$250

To the third place finalist in Carmendale Fernandes United States Extemporaneous Speaking, presented by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute.

$250

To the third place finalist in A. C. Eley International Extemporaneous Speaking, presented by the Council on Foreign Relations.

$250

To the third place finalist in Informative Speaking, presented by HoneyBaked Ham.

$250

To the third place finalist in Humorous Interpretation, presented by Western Kentucky University.

$250

To the third place finalist in Lanny D. and B. J. Naegelin Dramatic Interpretation, presented by Simpson College.

$250

To each third place finalist in Sandra Silvers Duo Interpretation, presented by Colorado College.

$250

To the third place finalist in Program Oral Interpretation, presented The Interp Store.

$250

To the third place finalist in each supplemental speech event (Brother René Sterner Commentary, Expository, Poetry Reading, and Prose Reading), presented by Western Kentucky University.

$200

To each national champion in United States World Schools Debate, presented by McKinsey & Company.

$100

To each second place finalist in United States World Schools Debate, presented by McKinsey & Company.

$500

To the second place finalist in each consolation event (Impromptu and Storytelling), presented by Bob and Salli Stockton.

$250

To the third place finalist in each consolation event (Impromptu and Storytelling), presented by Bob and Salli Stockton.

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THIS IS WKU FORENSICS

The WKU Forensic Team is neither a speech team nor a debate team; we are both. Each week, our students work with one of the largest and most decorated coaching staffs in the country. This is why our students champion in both academics and forensic competition. The team has won the International Forensics Association (IFA) world championship every year it has attended. The team won its first American Forensic Association (AFA) national championship in 2003, and two weeks later, its first National Forensic Association (NFA) national championship. We remain the only team in the nation to win the IFA world championship, the AFA national championship, the NFA national individual events championship, and the NFA national debate championship in the same year, a feat which has been accomplished by WKU students seven times.

UNITY • LEADERSHIP • INNOVATION • DISCIPLINE • GRATITUDE

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HONORS AND AWARDS

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2017 FOUR-TIME QUALIFIERS The following students will be recognized Thursday, June 22, at 6:45 p.m. in the BJCC Concert Hall. Students are listed in alphabetical order as of May 27, 2017.

Morgan Akers Uwa Akhere Tiger Ashtiani Brandon Black Derek Collins Quinn Crawford Erin Crust Lauren David Gabe Esquivel Molly Forouhi Heather Foster Garrett Garver Trent Gilbert Ani Gottiparthy Bailee B. Harper Jackson Hoffmann Katherine Hu Bradley Johnson Preston Johnston Adejoke Mason Samuel Mast Jimmy McDermott Lindsey McNamara Katherine Nesbitt Yuuki Nishida Kevin O’Sullivan Lauren Palladino Benjamin Pankow Jeff Rademaker John Ropp Kalista Schauer Jordan Schuler Anshul Shah Elliot J. Sheaff Alexandra Singleton Sophia Skwarchuk Hunter Stecko Samhitha Sunkara Jacob Thompson Michael Wang

Cabot High School Charlotte Catholic High School Lake City High School Brentwood Academy Hattiesburg High School Marriotts Ridge High School Norwin High School Fishers High School Kapaun Mount Carmel High School Downers Grove North High School Reno High School Plymouth High School West Des Moines Valley High School Amador Valley High School Denmark High School Kapaun Mount Carmel High School Plano Sr. High School Union Colony Preparatory School Ravenwood High School North Atlanta High School Appleton East High School Prospect High School William T. Dwyer High School Brentwood Academy Marianas High School Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School North Central High School Eagan High School Appleton East High School Ashland High School Richard King High School Providence High School Amador Valley High School Dowling Catholic High School Gabrielino High School Flathead High School Norwin High School Ardrey Kell High School Des Moines Roosevelt High School Dreyfoos School Of The Arts – 128 –

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HONORS AND AWARDS

2017 WILLIAM WOODS TATE, JR., NATIONAL STUDENT OF THE YEAR presented by the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation

The National Speech & Debate Association proudly announces six finalists for the William Woods Tate, Jr., National Student of the Year. The annual award recognizes one student out of more than 141,000 members who best embodies the organization’s Code of Honor: integrity, humility, respect, leadership, and service. Billy Tate Nominees must also demonstrate strong academic credentials and a commitment to the speech and debate community. The six finalists are interviewed by an esteemed panel of educators during the National Speech & Debate Tournament. The 2017 National Student of the Year will be announced during the National Awards Assembly on Friday, June 23. The finalists, listed in alphabetical order by last name, are as follows:

Nicholas Aranda Holy Cross Catholic Academy, TX Tall Cotton District

Ricardo Flores Americas High School, TX West Texas District

Derek Collins Hattiesburg High School, MS Magnolia District

Michael Franklin Sumner Academy, KS East Kansas District

Chloe Dennison Asheville High School, NC Carolina West District

Olivia Shoemaker Lakeville North High School, MN Southern Minnesota District

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2017 DISTRICT STUDENTS OF THE YEAR Deep South (AL) Hannah Edwards Prattville HS

Florida Manatee (FL) Brian Levy Cypress Bay HS

Louisiana David Ramachandran Ruston HS

Arizona Jaywon Kim Scottsdale Preparatory Acad

Florida Oceanfront Caramen McDaniel Wellington HS

Maine Sydney McDonald Bangor HS

Arkansas Juliette Jung Little Rock Central HS

Greater Illinois (IL) Jordan Killion Pekin Comm HS

Chesapeake (MD) Quinn Crawford Marriotts Ridge HS

Big Valley (CA) Pedro Ribeiro Delta Charter HS

Illini (IL) Lydia Walsh-Rock Downers Grove South HS

Northern Lights (MN) Luke Norquist Brainerd HS

California Coast Lilly Hackworth Notre Dame HS

Northern Illinois (IL) Jonah Jacobs Glenbrook North HS

Southern Minnesota Olivia Shoemaker Lakeville North HS

Capitol Valley (CA) Peter Zhu Davis Senior HS

Hoosier Heartland (IN) Lauren David Fishers HS

Central Minnesota (MN) Kevin Bi East Ridge HS

East Los Angeles (CA) Eddie Diaz Alhambra HS

East Iowa Afnan Elsheikh John F. Kennedy HS

Magnolia (MS) Derek Collins Hattiesburg HS

Southern California Aaron Ing Los Osos HS

East Kansas Michael Franklin Sumner Academy

Carver-Truman (MO) Ian Cooley Neosho HS

West Los Angeles (CA) Manpreet Parmar Granada Hills Charter HS

South Kansas Nathan Wells Caney Valley HS

Eastern Missouri Aramis Rickey Ladue Horton Watkins HS

Colorado Alec Greven Castle View HS

Sunflower (KS) Gabe Esquivel Kapaun Mount Carmel HS

Heart of America (MO) Natalie Schaller Liberty Sr. HS

Colorado Grande (CO) Kam Lee Widefield HS

Three Trails (KS) Alexa Kathol Blue Valley Southwest HS

Ozark (MO) Connor Rothschild Kickapoo HS

Rocky Mountain-North (CO) Aidan Dykstal Fort Collins HS

West Kansas Tyler Ross Salina South HS

Show Me (MO) Romeo Bagunu Raytown HS

Rocky Mountain-South (CO) Kathryn Swan George Washington HS

Kentucky Corey Newsome Rowan County Sr. HS

Montana Jacob Linfesty Billings West HS

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HONORS AND AWARDS

2017 DISTRICT STUDENTS OF THE YEAR Nebraska Brent Hausmann Norfolk HS

East Oklahoma Layla Mortadha Tulsa Washington HS

Lone Star (TX) Chetan Reddy Plano West Sr. High

Golden Desert (NV) Lance Ledet Northwest Career/Tech Acad

West Oklahoma Cheyenne Martin Bishop McGuinness HS

Space City (TX) Rem Aitbouchireb Kerr HS

Sagebrush (NV) Heather Foster Reno HS

Pennsylvania Hunter Stecko Norwin HS

Tall Cotton (TX) Nicholas Aranda Holy Cross Catholic Academy

New England (MA & NH) Kory Turner Sacred Heart HS

Pittsburgh (PA) Kolten Hilterman Knoch Senior HS

UIL (TX) Steele Musgrove North Lamar HS

New Jersey Matthew Colon Summit HS

Valley Forge (PA) David DeMarco Unionville HS

West Texas Ricardo Flores Americas HS

New Mexico Erick Beltran Rio Grande HS

South Carolina Devin Remley Riverside HS

Yellow Rose (TX) Hannah Bryant THEO Christian

Iroquois (NY) Joshua Beckles McQuaid Jesuit HS

Northern South Dakota Raina Grimsley Mitchell HS

Great Salt Lake (UT) Gavin Serr Grantsville HS

New York State Zach Kapner Scarsdale HS

Rushmore (SD) Alexander King O’Gorman HS

Sundance (UT) McKadee Eyre Beaver HS

Carolina West (NC) Chloe Dennison Asheville HS

Tennessee Preston Johnston Ravenwood HS

Utah-Wasatch (UT) Mallory Blue Davis HS

Tarheel East (NC) Rafael Montes Cumberland Polytechnic HS

Central Texas Juan Nunez Ronald Reagan HS

Western Washington Zackery Gostisha Federal Way HS

North Dakota Roughrider Arcilla Davis Richardton-Taylor HS

East Texas Daniel Lehmann Cypress Creek HS

North Coast (OH) Ananya Kalahasti Hathaway Brown School

Heart of Texas Spencer Buckner Lake Travis HS

Northern Ohio Carson Markley Canfield HS

LBJ (TX) Rasin Faruk Richardson HS

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2016-2017 DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARDS DISTINGUISHED SERVICE KEY Jeremy Hamilton Canfield High School, Ohio Colin Malinak Saint Mary’s Hall High School, Texas Cody Morris Mount Pleasant High School, Texas DISTINGUISHED SERVICE PLAQUE First Honors Mellessa Denny Amarillo High School, Texas Kristi Hodgkiss North Lamar High School, Texas Iain Lampert ILEAD North Hollywood, California Brother John McGrory Chaminade High School, New York Joseph L. Pizzo North Valley High School, Oregon Harry Strong The Potomac School, Virginia Third Honors Zachary Prax J.P. Fugler

Eastview High School, Minnesota Lindale High Schoo, Texas

Fourth Honors Jimmy Smith

Princeton High School, Texas

Sixteenth Honors Pam Cady Wycoff

Apple Valley High School, Minnesota

Twentieth Honors Don Crabtree

Park Hill High School, Missouri

A special honor conferred by the National Speech & Debate Association is the Distinguished Service Award. A special gold key is granted to a coach member for 20 citations, and a plaque is given for the first 50 citations and each multiple of 50. Citations are given for the following services: Sponsoring a new chapter..............................................................................................................2 Year as a district chair....................................................................................................................1-3 Member of a district committee..................................................................................................1 Year as a national officer..................................................................................................................3 Managing a District Tournament or Congressional Debate...........................................1-3 Holding a tournament for 10 schools..........................................................................................1 Directing a tournament for 10 schools........................................................................................1 Service at the National Speech & Debate Tournament..................................................1-3 Major article(s) in Rostrum..............................................................................................................2 Article(s) about the Association in an educational journal............................................1-3 Presentation about the Association at a convention.......................................................1-3 Other service requested by the Board of Directors.........................................................1-5 – 132 –


HONORS AND AWARDS

2017 DISTRICT CHAIR COMMENDATIONS Ralph E. Carey Award for Distinguished Career Service David Abel, Sunflower (KS) Ralph E. Carey

Chair of the Year Kristi Hodgkiss, UIL (TX)

Best New Chair Crawford Leavoy, Tarheel East (NC)

Best Chair Communications Martha Benham, Colorado

2017 DISTRICT CHAIR AWARDS 2017 Gold Award

2017 Silver Award

Alan W. Bates, Western Ohio Kris Deveau, Maine Kim Falco, West Texas Matthew R. Good, Show Me (MO) Kristi Hodgkiss, UIL (TX) Adam Jenkins, Greater Illinois Nicholas Owen, West Kansas Kevin J. Schneider, Michigan Lowell Sharp, Rocky Mountain-South (CO) Wendy Shelman, Idaho Mountain River Eric Skoglund, East Kansas Megan Loden West, Florida Manatee

Mellessa Denny, Tall Cotton (TX) Ben Kroll, Northern Wisconsin Keith Pittman, Carolina West (NC) Dustin Rimmey, Kansas Flint-Hills Cynthia Timmons, Lone Star (TX)

2017 Bronze Award Paul L. Gaba, Florida Oceanfront Kelly Clark Garner, Magnolia (MS) Nicole Jennison, Sierra (CA) Jennifer M. Jerome, Nebraska Harriet Medlin, Tennessee Joe Rankin, East Iowa Justin Seiwell, Eastern Missouri Trey Smith, New Mexico Beth Young, Pittsburgh (PA) Jared Zuckerman, Three Trails (KS)

District leaders will be recognized Sunday, June 18, at 12:00 p.m. during the District Leadership Luncheon and Awards Ceremony in the Sheraton – Birmingham Ballroom XI. For a list of previous recipients, visit www.speechanddebate.org/nationals-history. – 133 –


NEW FIRST DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2017) Ameena Amdahl-Mason Allison Armstrong Moses Baca Marie Bakke Randall Baldwin Jon Baney Matthew Bartula Molly Beck Charlie Betancourt Stacey Billingsley Lisa Birth Duval Bodden Kim Boyer Sheila Bredeson James Brock Vernon Brock Donald Broussard, Jr. David Brown Robin Brown William Brown Zoe Burstyn Alex Carlson Katie Carlson Kenneth Carter Larissa Carter Layne Carter Rachel Clapper Todd Crites Kayla Crook Luke Cumbee Joseph Curry Nicole Dalton Kevin Davison Maegan De La Rosa Anne Deam Dave DeChristopher Katie Deneault Christopher Dickson

Clackamas High School, OR Kickapoo High School, MO Salt Lake City West High School, UT West Springfield High School, VA Topeka High School, KS Kickapoo High School, MO Sequoyah High School, GA Ladue Horton Watkins High School, MO Gabrielino High School, CA Diamond High School, MO Westside High School, TX Stuyvesant High School, NY North Platte St. Patrick’s, NE Black Hawk High School, WI Houston County High School, GA Northwood High School, CA East Ascension High School, LA Carroll High School - Southlake, TX Clark High School, NV Woodland Park High School, CO Newport High School, WA East Ridge High School, MN East Ridge High School, MN Glenwood High School, IL Buhler High School, KS Morgan High School, UT Madison Central High School, MS Grinnell High School, IA Marshfield High School, OR Roosevelt High School, SD Austintown Fitch High School, OH Perfect Score Academy, CA The Bear Creek School, WA Harlingen HS South, TX Ames High School, IA Notre Dame Academy, OH Piper High School, KS Sherman High School, TX – 134 –


HONORS AND AWARDS

NEW FIRST DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2017) Beverly Diles Zachary Dinges Karen Downes Stephanie Eckel Evan Elliott Timothy Ellis Geoff Epperson Alyssa Fiebrantz Sandra Fiene Chris Flowers Aimee French J.P. Fugler Malyssa Gabrielson Shanda Gance Brandon Garrett Tom George Brad Gibbons Katie Gjerpen Sue Gray Kerry Gruizenga Christopher Hammer John Hardin Jordan Hart Eric Helle Leslie Hernandez Michelle Hill Talana Hinson Julia Howell Vicky Hyde Kim Jeral Greg Jones Jonathan Kaminsky Brian Karsten James Kellams Brandon Kendall John Kerezy Kelly Kimball Kevin King

Chaska High School, MN Hayden HS, KS Bozeman High School, MT Browerville High School, MN Noblesville High School, IN Washburn Rural High School, KS Carl Sandburg High School, IL Cypress Bay High School, FL Sonora High School, CA Cabot High School, AR Evanston High School, WY Lindale High School, TX Sheboygan South High School, WI Centaurus High School, CO Presentation High School, CA Huntley High School, IL Ridgeline High School, UT Niles North High School, IL HARC, NC Skyview High School, MT Shepton High School, TX Blue Valley Southwest High School, KS Jefferson City High School, MO Bonita Vista High School, CA El Campo High School, TX Phoenix Country Day School, AZ Cassville High School, MO Bentonville West High School, AR Chiawana High School , WA Hawley Public Schools, MN Duluth East High School, MN Prospect High School, IL Grand Rapids Christian High School, MI Hoover High School, OH Starrs Mill High School, GA Revere High School, OH Corpus Christi Carroll High School, TX Marshfield High School, MO – 135 –


NEW FIRST DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2017) Natalie King Wendy King Darrell Kinney Jennifer Kirby Hermanson Phillip Klein Nick Klemp John Knetzger Crawford Leavoy Robert Lebeda Gina Lozano Jayne Lynch Danielle Mahan Jeanne Malone Jeff Mangum Pete Martin Allen Matthews Mark McCandless Lauren McCool Jane McCoy Miranda McDonald Julie McMerty Lisa Melanson Pricilla Merritt Patrick Mesisca Susan Moore Mary Morales Krista Nix-Buckner Trisha Nord Berna Orr Luke Ostrander Linda Outhier Daniel Pappalardo Sandra Peek Scott Pollack Matthew Prost Michael Quinn Nick Reid Taylor Reynolds Howard Ritz

Shawnee Mission South High School, KS Summit High School, CO Skyline High School, CA Helena High School, MT Wooster High School, OH Phoenix Country Day School, AZ West Bend East High School, WI Durham Academy, NC Chaminade College Prep, CA Jack C. Hays High School, TX Quinton HS, OK John Paul The Great Academy, LA Cathedral High School, IN Larue County High School, KY Riverside High School, SC L. D. Bell High School, TX Brecksville Broadview Hts High School, OH Des Moines Roosevelt High School, IA Eastside Catholic High School, WA Cypress Lakes High School, TX Orono High School, MN Cape Elizabeth High School, ME Fullerton Joint Union High School, CA Maranatha High School, CA La Canada High School, CA Charlotte Catholic High School, NC Katy High School, TX Columbiana High School, OH Whitesboro High School, TX Apple Valley High School, MN Enid High School, OK South Range High School, OH West Hardin High School, TX Pennsbury High School, PA Luther Preparatory School, WI West Allegheny High School, PA Douglas High School, SD Puyallup High School, WA Legacy High School, TX – 136 –


HONORS AND AWARDS

NEW FIRST DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2017) Sandra Rodriguez-Iverson Katie Scholz Joshua Seematter Brandi Shepard Jharick Shields Natalie Sintek Linda Soudek Donald Steiner Andrea Stevens Christopher Stowe Allen Sutton Laura Swenson Renee Szporn Joshua Talamante Heather Thompson Max Thompson Heidi Trevithick Ben Tully Rosie Valdez Alexandra Votano-Dattoli Diane Wagener Elizabeth Waldrop Paul Wardwell David Watson Scott Wheeler Neal White Myra Whitlock Janine Widman Jon Williamson Eric Wong Scott Woods Eli Woody David Wright Joshua Wurzman Amy Zuccaro

Michael E. DeBakey HS For Health Prof, TX East Ridge High School, MN Northridge High School, CO Sylvania Southview High School, OH St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, MS Lakeville North High School, MN Hennessey High School, OK Woodrow Wilson High School, OR Columbine High School, CO Montgomery High School, TX Glendale High School, MO Jerome High School, ID Princeton High School, NJ East Mountain High School, NM Blue Valley North High School, KS Banquete High School, TX Smoky Hill High School, CO Presentation High School, CA Little Rock Central High School, AR Palm Bay High School, FL Battle Mountain High School, CO Pflugerville High School, TX Bishop Kelly High School, ID Upper St. Clair High School, PA Palos Verdes Peninsula High School, CA Plano Sr. High School, TX Irma Rangel Young Women, TX Davis Senior High School, CA Charles W. Flanagan High School, FL Gabrielino High School, CA BASIS Scottsdale High School, AZ Lakewood High School, CO Riverfield Country Day School, OK Success Academy HS Of The Liberal Arts, NY Trinity High School, KY

New first diamond coaches will be recognized Thursday, June 22, at 3:45 p.m. in the BJCC Concert Hall, after the conclusion of the POI final round. – 137 –


NEW SECOND DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2017) Mark Adams Bill Batterman Vivian Chien Terry Colvin Michael Concialdi Tomas Cosenza Lisa Dorthy Fred Douse Clover Ellingson Bill Franck Joshua Furrie W. Gaston John Gonzales Sheryl Gusman Carol Halbur Jeremy Hamilton Norma Harman Nicole Jenkins Shunta Jordan Ben Kroll Jennifer Kwasman Jennifer LeSieur Jeffrey Miller Matthew Murphy Kirsten Nash Samantha O’Conner Jarod Ockander Lillian Ogunbanjo-Adeyemi John Petti Erik Pielstick David Powell Cate Praggastis Bill Prater Zachary Prax Wesley Rice Lenalee Robinson Michael Robinson Travis Rother Jennie Savage Gail Scoville Robert Sheard

University High School, IL Woodward Academy, GA Leland High School, CA Arroyo High School, CA Rolling Meadows High School, IL Clear Falls High School, TX Deer Park High School, TX Ben Davis High School, IN Fargo North High School, ND Wooster High School, OH Fremont Ross High School, OH Heritage Hall School, OK Cleveland High School, OR Dominion High School, VA Punahou School, HI Canfield High School, OH Cecilia High School, LA Providence High School, NC Pace Academy, GA Sheboygan South High School, WI St. Thomas Aquinas High School, FL Clackamas High School, OR Marist School, GA Denver East High School, CO Hendrickson High School, TX Cathedral High School, IN David City High School, NE Seven Lakes High School, TX Mountain Home High School, ID Los Osos High School, CA Vincent High School, WI East High School, UT Whitmer High School, OH Eastview High School, MN Maize South High School, KS Thomson High School, GA Murray High School, KY Chanhassen High School, MN Palo Alto High School, CA Carbon High School, UT NSU University School, FL – 138 –


HONORS AND AWARDS

NEW SECOND DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2017) Cindy Sidwell Eric Skoglund Debbie Smith Michelle Smith Devon Snook Angela Stephens Janine Stroemer Harry Strong Christina Tallungan Amber Toth Tami Voight John Wascher Jeff Welty Bryan Whyte Sami Womack Donna Yeager

Skyline High School, UT Olathe Northwest High School, KS Branson High School, MO Viewmont High School, UT Vermilion High School, OH New West Charter School, CA Homewood-Flossmoor High School, IL The Potomac School, VA Notre Dame High School - Sherman Oaks, CA Fort Scott High School, KS Watertown High School, SD Lake Highland Preparatory, FL Durham Academy, NC Carthage High School, MO Dimmitt High School, TX Auburn High School, AL

New second diamond coaches will be recognized Thursday, June 22, at 5:15 p.m. in the BJCC Concert Hall, after the conclusion of the HI final round.

NEW THIRD DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2017) Jo Ball Lee Beach Bonnie Bonnette Candace Cain William Caugherty Deanne Christensen George Clemens Robert Croteau Teresa Fester Kelly Clark Garner Chad Hayden Mary Hoard Jodee Hobbs Adam Jenkins Karson Kalashian Yvonne Kalka David Long

Olathe South High School, KS Rossview High School, TN Elkins High School, TX Burwell Jr.-Sr. High School, NE McDowell High School, PA Oak Ridge High School, TX Lake Highland Preparatory, FL Catholic Memorial School, MA O’Gorman High School, SD Petal High School, MS Clovis North High School, CA Natrona County High School, WY Andover Central High School, KS Belleville West High School, IL Orosi High School, CA Grand Forks Central High School, ND Southern Lehigh High School, PA – 139 –


NEW THIRD DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2017) Greg Mayo Scott McDermott Eric Mears Karen Minick Nicholas Owen Matthew Prevedel Richard Purrington Shawn Rafferty Terry Rubin Russell Rywell PJ Samorian Ashley Schulz Michael Stovern Sherry Stroh Tara Tate Joseph Vaughan Debbie Waddell Raphael Waldrop Jeri Connors Willard Mary (Lisa) Willoughby Elighie Wilson

Westbury Senior High School, TX Prospect High School, IL Flower Mound High School, TX Bear Creek High School, CA Salina High Central, KS Cheyenne East High School, WY Marshall High School, MN Jenks High School, OK Kent Denver School, CO Miami Beach Sr. High School, FL American Heritage High School - Delray Beach, FL Cheyenne East High School, WY Mead High School, WA Eisenhower High School, KS Glenbrook South High School, IL Scarsdale High School, NY Cypress Falls High School, TX Hattiesburg High School, MS Notre Dame De Sion High School, MO Henry W. Grady High School, GA Downers Grove South High School, IL

NEW FOURTH DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2017) Michael Amstutz Angela Anyzeski Morgia Belcher Scott Bonnet Thomas Fones Tim Hughes Judie Roberts Eric Simione Aaron Smith Stan Smith Cecil Trent III Karen Vaughan Nancy Wedgeworth

Edison High School, OH Dreyfoos School Of The Arts, FL Gig Harbor High School, WA Emporia High School, KS St. Paul Academy & Summit School, MN Belton High School, MO Skyline High School, UT Boardman High School, OH West Lafayette High School, IN Southeast High School - Wichita, KS Memorial High School - Houston, TX Foothill High School, NV Parkview High School, MO – 140 –


HONORS AND AWARDS

NEW FIFTH DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2017) Ron Grimsley Steven Helman James Rye

Mitchell High School, SD Kamiak High School, WA The Montgomery Academy, AL

NEW SIXTH DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2017) Timothy Averill Kenny Barfield Cynthia Burgett David McKenzie Cheryl Ryne Catherine Smith Jay Stubbs

Manchester Essex Regional High School, MA Mars Hill Bible School, AL Washburn Rural High School, KS Plymouth High School, IN Friendswood High School, TX Olathe South High School, KS Bellaire High School, TX

NEW SEVENTH DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2017) Gay Brasher Bill Jordan Sr. Mary Patricia Plumb Steven Wood Pam Cady Wycoff

Leland High School, CA Glendale High School, MO Academy Of The Holy Names, FL Blue Valley North High School, KS Apple Valley High School, MN

NEW EIGHTH DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2017) Lydia Esslinger

Syosset High School, NY

NEW NINTH DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2017) Donald Crabtree

Park Hill High School, MO

New third through ninth diamond coaches will be recognized Thursday, June 22, at 7:00 p.m. in the BJCC Concert Hall during the Donus D. Roberts Diamond Assembly. – 141 –


HALL OF FAME MEMBERS 1978 1979

Bruno E. Jacob, Founder James M. Copeland, AZ John Davies, WI Carmendale Fernandes, CA L. Day Hanks, CA James F. Hawker, IN R. Paul Hibbs, IL Albert James, CO J. Edmund Mayer, CA Vernon W. Metz, PA H. B. Mitchell, OK Karl E. Mundt, SD

1980

Esther Kalmbach, OH Helen Malseed, PA Margaret L. Meredith, MO Rev. John J. Miday, OH Dennis Winfield, WI

1981

Novalyn P. Ellis, LA Lenabell Sloan Martin, CO Lester M. Tucker, WI

1982

Mary Blackburn, IL C. Edwin Brower, TX Leah Funck, OH

1983

Louis Banker, MO Jean Boles, TX Bill Henderson, IA J. W. Patterson, KY Maurice Swanson, KS

1984

Mable Hale, MO Albert S. Odom, WI Anne D. White, TN

1985

Frances F. Ferris, WY Lois Sackman, WY Ronald Shafer, MO

1986

Karl Boyle, OH Ralph E. Carey, FL Ronald Last, UT Cecil J. Pickett, TX

1987

Arlene Akerman, OH Phyllis Barton, OH David Kanellis, IA Glenn Pelham, GA Donus Roberts, SD Frank Sferra, CO Bro. Gregory “René” Sterner, FSC, MD

Charline Burton, OK ZaZelle Gifford, OK Ruby Krider, TN Etta Scarborough, FL

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1988

Donovan Cummings, CA Dr. Jane Eldridge, TN Marilyn Hageman, WI Art McMillion, WI Lanny D. Naegelin, TX

1989

Ralph Bender, OH Bob Bilyeu, MO Rex Fleming, TX Natalie Weber, CA

1990

Roger Brannan, KS Opal Hall, TX Harold Carl Keller, IA Grace Walsh, WI

1991

David Dansky, CA Larry Highbaugh, IN Misao Kubota, HI Tedd D. Woods, CA

1992 1993

David Johnson, TX Ron Underwood, CA Joseph Wycoff, IN

1994

Wayne Brown, MO A. C. Eley, KS William Hicks, IN "Louie" Mattachione, OH Sandra Silvers, GA

1995

Helen Engstrom, IN Dr. Richard Hunsaker, IL Edwin Kelly, PA Richard B. Sodikow, NY

1996

C. E. “Pop” Grady, OK Shirley Keller-Firestone, CA Karen Miyakado, HI Lowell Sharp, CO Larry L. Smith, CA

1997

Ted W. Belch, IL Sr. Isabella Glenn, CO Richard Rice, MO Emerson Turner, TX

1998

Patricia Bailey, AL Don Crabtree, MO Mary Donna Ross, MO Greg Varley, NY

Ray Cecil Carter, NY Peggy Ann Madden, PA Dale McCall, FL Donald Lee Smith, UT Virginia Sutherland, NC


HONORS AND AWARDS

HALL OF FAME MEMBERS 1999

Lawrence “Larry” Brown, KS Glenn Cavanaugh, PA Steven Davis, NC Mildred Peveto, TX Mary Ritter, CA Carol Zanto, WI

2000

Robert Brittain, IN Maybelle Conger, OK John Hires, IL William “Billy” Woods Tate, Jr., TN Kenneth Thames, WI

2001

Ron Carr, FL Randall McCutcheon, NM B. J. Naegelin, TX Bro. George Zehnle, SM, NY

2002

Francine Berger, FL Gary Harmon, KS Randy Pierce, MO Sr. Mary Raimonde, FDC, NY Margaret Riley, NY

2003

David Baker, TX Tom Montgomery, CA John E. Sexton, NY Deborah E. Simon, MA Daniel Tyree, IN

2004

Marilee Dukes, AL Pamela K. McComas, KS Ronald Steinhorst, WI Anne M. Sullivan, MT

2005

Timothy C. Averill, MA Dr. Kenny Barfield, AL Glenda Ferguson, TX Gloria Robinson, TX

2006

Gay Brasher, CA Sr. Mary Patricia Plumb, FL Michael Starks, WY Aaron Timmons, TX

2007

Lydia Esslinger, NY Tony Figliola, PA Mel Olson, MN Betty Whitlock, GA Pam Cady Wycoff, MN

2008

Chuck Ballingall, CA Elly Kantorowicz, WI Robert Kelly, IN Kandi King, TX Ron Krikac, WY

2009

Michele Coody, AL Eric DiMichele, NY Jan Heiteen, IL J. E. Masters, TX

2010

Rosella “Rosie” Blunk, SD Pauline Carochi, CO Dale Deletis, MA Cat Horner-Bennett, NM Cathy Wood, KS

2011

Joni Anker, MN James Harville, CA Meg Howell-Haymaker, AZ Judy Kroll, SD James Menchinger, MI

2012

David Huston, TX Gail M. Naylor, KS Cynthia Timmons, TX Steven Wood, KS

2013 2014

Michael Burton, WA Vickie Fellers, KS Robert Littlefield, ND Robert “Bob” Marks, FL David McKenzie, IN

2015

Dr. Elizabeth Ballard, OK Jane Boyd, TX Kim Jones, CA Dr. Peter Pober, VA Fred Robertson, NE

2016

Byron Arthur, LA Eloise Weisinger Blair, TX Mark Ferguson, IL Robert Shepard, TX Dr. Alfred “Tuna” Snider, VT

2017

Dr. Paulette “Polly” Reikowski, MN James W. “Jay” Rye, III, AL Julie Sheinman, NY Jimmy L. Smith, TX Jacquelyn “Jacci” Young, MO

Darrel Harbaugh, KS Dr. Tommie Lindsey, Jr., CA Lisa Miller, FL Dr. Randy Patterson, MS Jay Stubbs, TX

For photos of Hall of Fame members, visit

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NATIONAL SPEECH & DEBATE A SSOCIATION

H A LL O F FA M E

DR. PAULETTE (POLLY) REIKOWSKI, MINNESOTA JAMES W. ( JAY) RYE, III, ALABAMA JULIE SHEINMAN, NEW YORK JIMMY L. SMITH, TEXAS JACQUELYN ( JACCI) YOUNG, MISSOURI

INDUCTION CEREMONY DONUS D. ROBERTS DIAMOND ASSEMBLY BIRMINGHAM-JEFFERSON CONVENTION COMPLEX

2100 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd N Birmingham, Alabama

Thursday, June 22 – 7:00 p.m.

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DISTRICT ADS Each year, we encourage our districts to celebrate their talents and creativity by submitting tributes honoring their National Tournament qualifiers. Among these worthy contenders, the “Best District Ad� will be selected and announced at the District Leadership Luncheon and Awards Ceremony.

For past tournament winners and results, visit www.speechanddebate.org/nationals-history

NATIONAL SPEECH & DEBATE ASSOCIATION


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Good Luck Students & Coaches Of The Deep South District! Qualifying Schools Vestavia Hills High School Mountain Brook High School Saint James School The Montgomery Academy Mars Hill Bible School Prattville High School LAMP High School Spain Park High School The Altamont School Ramsay High School Bayside Academy Alabama School of Math & Science Chelsea High School Pelham High School Westminster Christian School New Diamond Coaches Donna Yeager - ** Jay Rye - ***** Kenny Barfield - ******

Bring Home The Bacon, As You Ham It Up! – 147 –


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Big Valley Public Forum Debate

Lincoln-Douglas Debate

Nick Adair & Nicholas Moore

James Enochs HS

Eric Sanchez

William Foote & Matthew Hesse

Turlock HS

Thomas Brinkop

Policy Debate Grace Quinn & Trinity Bergen

California El Capitan HS

Buhach Colony HS

Program Oral Interpretation Delta Charter HS

Duo Interpretation

Gian Carlo Baldonado

Bear Creek HS

Informative Speaking

Joe Dangtran & Vishwas Shukla

Mountain House HS

Madison Miguel

Eman Ghaith & Donia Ghaith

Mountain House HS

Congressional Debate - Senate

Turlock HS

Peter James Gaughan

Northgate HS

Lauren Marie Miller

El Capitan HS

Christian Glass

Delta Charter HS

Omatsone Richard Emiko

Bear Creek HS

Congressional Debate - House

Original Oratory

U.S. Extemporaneous Speaking

Mehtab Bains

Bergen Foshay

James Enochs HS

World Schools Debate

Victoria Guinard

Turlock HS

Maddie Kopecki

James Enochs HS

Int’l Extemporaneous Speaking

Sage Jakobs-White

James Enochs HS

Logan Currin

James Enochs HS

Gustavo Garcia

Buhach Colony HS

Dylan Elliott

Lodi HS

Pedro Ribeiro

Delta Charter HS

Humorous Interpretation

Nicolas Crawford

Bear Creek HS

Grace Motley

Mountain House HS

Justin Francis

Mountain House HS

Mountain House HS

Lucca Almo Lorenzi

Golden Valley HS

Dramatic Interpretation

Alyssa Conroy

Buhach Colony HS

Jacqueline Azah

Mountain House HS

Paige Stapleton

Buhach Colony HS

Tanaya Kollipara

Mountain House HS

Julian Aguilar

Turlock HS

Adya Mishra

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PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE

LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE

Emily Turkel & Matthew Kim

North Hollywood HS

Timothy Choi

Crescenta Valley HS

Mia Stone-Molloy & Mark Selden

Campbell Hall HS

Emma Blum

Brentwood School

Hannah Levine & Eunice Park

Oakwood School - N. Hollywood

Jackson Deconcini

Brentwood School

Dylan Gene Yang & Solomon Kim

Crescenta Valley HS

Sharra Wells

Fullerton Joint Union HS

Charlotte Wolf Slovin & Hannah Ji

Oakwood School - N. Hollywood

Ruth Okonkwo

Granada Hills Charter HS

John Woo & Kevin Seung Lee Park

Crescenta Valley HS

INFORMATIVE SPEAKING

Raam Tambe & Jerry Wang

Palos Verdes Peninsula HS

Emily Blum

North Hollywood HS

Luis Gallardo

Granada Hills Charter HS

Lizzy Renteria

Fullerton Joint Union HS

POLICY DEBATE

PROGRAM ORAL INTERPRETATION

DUO INTERPRETATION

Lauren Michelle Fu & Cordelia Tran

Fullerton Joint Union HS

Lucy Evans-Rippy & Jackson Brivic

ILEAD North Hollywood

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - SENATE

Colby Noah Martin & Kendal Karcher

Fullerton Joint Union HS

Raymond William Alonso

Crescenta Valley HS

Sarem Haq

El Camino Real Charter HS

ORIGINAL ORATORY

Finn Kobler

Wm S Hart HS

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - HOUSE

Alfredo Andres Boulton

ILEAD North Hollywood

Ruby Scanlon

L.A. Center For Enriched Studies

Maxwell McGuirt

ILEAD North Hollywood

Ryan Keane

El Camino Real Charter HS

Kate Farwell

ILEAD North Hollywood

Matthew Alberti

ILEAD North Hollywood

Daniel Timor

ILEAD North Hollywood

Olivia Dutcher

ILEAD North Hollywood

Alice S Chun

Fullerton Joint Union HS

Julienne Green

ILEAD North Hollywood

WORLD SCHOOLS DEBATE

U.S. EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING

INT’L EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING

Laura Lavender

De Toledo HS

Lyna Kim

North Hollywood HS

Roni Farkash

De Toledo HS

Alec Boulton

ILEAD North Hollywood

Cesar Arredondo

Fullerton Joint Union HS

Thomas Kim

Fullerton Joint Union HS

Hanhee Yoon

Fullerton Joint Union HS

Mia Speier

Immaculate Heart HS

Ari J. Moore

ILEAD North Hollywood

Forrest Kim

Crescenta Valley HS

Samantha Liu

Palos Verdes Peninsula HS

Sung Gyung Lee

Palos Verdes Peninsula HS

Justin Cummins

ILEAD North Hollywood

BIG QUESTIONS DEBATE

HUMOROUS INTERPRETATION

Raya Cook

ILEAD North Hollywood

Gift Riley-Norman

ILEAD North Hollywood

Ethan Miles Siegel

ILEAD North Hollywood

Sean Rogers

ILEAD North Hollywood

Nikita Bowler

ILEAD North Hollywood

DRAMATIC INTERPRETATION

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FROM COLORFUL COLORADO PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE

PROGRAM ORAL INTERPRETATION

Carson Dean Croom & David Jonathan Douglas

Castle View HS

Abigail Moses & Avery Zieper

Littleton HS Cherry Creek HS

Tyler Giallanza & Andrew Ying

Cherry Creek HS

Portia Tieze & Ashley Capoot

Kent Denver School

Aaron Mathews & Tyler Whitaker

Kent Denver School

ORIGINAL ORATORY Jenny L. Zheng

Cherry Creek HS

Mary Chao

Kent Denver School

U.S. EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING Columbine HS

Shrushti Manikandan

Cherry Creek HS

Smoky Hill HS

Zoe Isabel Tkaczyk

Highlands Ranch HS

Colleen Campbell

Denver South HS

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - SENATE

DUO INTERPRETATION

Sean Pennington

Cherry Creek HS

Daniel Trevithick INFORMATIVE SPEAKING

POLICY DEBATE Rahul Ramesh & William Frederick Herbst

Emily Y. Zeng

Jackson Garske

Columbine HS

Himanvi Kopuri

Cherry Creek HS

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - HOUSE Jared Siegel

Highlands Ranch HS

Nicholas C. Woodman

Cherry Creek HS

David A. Camhi

Cherry Creek HS

WORLD SCHOOLS DEBATE

INT’L EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING Daniel Chao

Kent Denver School

Olivia Victoria Hegger

Chatfield Senior HS

HUMOROUS INTERPRETATION Jessica Mitchell

Kent Denver School

Swathi Kompella

Cherry Creek HS

DRAMATIC INTERPRETATION Hyungil Shim

Cherry Creek HS

Esther Omegba

Kent Denver School

LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE Sarah London

Kent Denver School

Daniel Taro

Kent Denver School

Brady Andrew Jacob

Cherry Creek HS

Yuuki M. Y. Hashimoto

Cherry Creek HS

Lincoln Ambrose

Cherry Creek HS

Danish Mohammed

Grandview HS

Amalia R Frommelt

Cherry Creek HS

Alec Greven

Castle View HS

Thomas E. Anderson

Chatfield Senior HS

Ethan Walker

Castle View HS

Matthew Yohannes

Arapahoe HS

Madison A. Cartaya

Chatfield Senior HS

BIG QUESTIONS DEBATE

Nadya Nfaoui

Rangeview HS

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Greater Illinois Your week is so bright that Abe has to wear his shades! Speak and shine on in Birmingham!

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Illini District 2017 National Qualifiers Congratulations on qualifying for nationals! Public Forum Debate

Duo Interpretation

Downers Grove North

Downers Grove South

Selma El-Badawi/Ella Dennis

Lydia Walsh-Rock/Timothy Werner

Rebecca Xun/Zachary Brahmbhatt

Blake Schafer/Andres Mejia

Illinois Math and Science Academy

Downers Grove South

Conor Donlevy/Claire Elman

Jessica Windischman/Jonah Ocuto

Hinsdale Central

Downers Grove South

Original Oratory

United States Extemp

Hinsdale South

Downers Grove South

Caroline Todd

Tessa Lawler

Reagan Brownell

Molly Forouhi

Hinsdale Central

Downers Grove North

Wheaton North

Downers Grove South

International Extemp

Dramatic Interpretation

Downers Grove North

Hinsdale Central

Samuel Cannova

Rakiya Johnson

Jake Youngman

Charles Stark

Vanessa Copeland

Himal Koshy

Downers Grove South

Downers Grove South

Illinois Math and Science Academy

Downers Grove South

Grace Ulch

Irena Gao

Humorous Interpretation

Program Oral Interpretation

Downers Grove South

Downers Grove South

Brianna Leys

Beatrice Beirne

Claire Mueller

Kapri Echols

Hinsdale Central

Southland College Prep

Hinsdale Central

Hinsdale Central

Micky Horstman

Meghan Johnson

Lincoln-Douglas Debate

Informational Speaking

Illinois Math and Science Academy

Downers Grove South

Gunwati Agrawal

Josh Hernandez

Cassandra Leann Parent

Janella Guzman

Illinois Math and Science Academy

Downers Grove South

Downers Grove North

Hinsdale Central

Jack Scacco

Zeljko Kospic

Policy Debate

Illini District Student of the Year 2017

Illinois Math and Science Academy

Lydia Walsh-Rock

John Hugh Demastri/ Abinaya Megan Ramakrishnan Bert Liu Cao/Kaushal Gumpula

Downers Grove South

Illinois Math and Science Academy

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Congratulations Northern Illinois Qualifiers!

in the Magic City!

MAKE IT MAGIC

Good luck to the northern illinois district

PUBLIC FORUM: Binti Kohli/Giselle Soares (Schaumburg) * Honor Allen/Oliver Brady (Evanston) * Daisy Chaudruc/Sofia Chaudruc (Evanston) POLICY: Jonah Jacobs/Alana Levin (Glenbrook North) * Nina Fridman/Ben Mnushkin (Glenbrook North) * Daniel Ben-Isvy & Jack Kussman (Glenbrook North) DUO INTERP: Julia Shelley/Andrew Seymour (Glenbrook North) * Katherine Jordan/Johnathan Zach (Prospect) * Stephanie Tan/Anna Good (Glenbrook North) ORIG ORATORY: Jimmy McDermott (Prospect) * Katia Sievert (Glenbrook North) * Delia Langefeld (Prospect) US EXTEMP: Shamika Patil (Huntley) * Jasper Davidoff (Evanston) * Sarah Stolpe (Huntley) INTERNATIONAL EXTEMP: Madeline Paoli (Rolling Meadows) * Nina Kaushikkar (Evanston) * In Hyeok Oh (Glenbrook North) DRAMATIC INTERP: Palak Patel (Huntley) * Abigail Grott (Prospect) * Jimmy McDermott (Prospect) HUMOROUS INTERP: Allison Torf (Glenbrook North) * Ryan Tucker (Glenbrook North) * Sam Moore (Huntley) LINCOLN/DOUGLAS: Elizabeth Sperti (Evanston) * Gabriel Hull (Evanston) * Birdal Serbest (New Trier) PROGRAMMED ORAL INTERP: Maggie He (Hononegah) * Johnathan Zach (Prospect) * Keilyn Howard (Prospect) INFORMATIVE SPKG: Amanda Favilla (Huntley) * Micaela Smolenski (Prospect) * Emily Lasky (Prospect) HOUSE: Mady Cohodes (Hersey) * Thivya Sivarajah (Stevenson) * Shannon Steines (Hersey) SENATE: MJ Hurley (Wheeling) * Serena Goldberg (Stevenson)


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Good Luck, Highlanders!

Floyd Central National Qualifiers Hoosier Crossroads District Jeret McCoy, Charlotte McFerran, Cait Satlzgaber, Audra McFerran, Inaara Ladha, Carson Conley, and Brenna McFerran

Thank you parents, coaches, and administrators. Sponsored by

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LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE

Bryce Yoder & Annie Zakrzewski

Penn HS

Anna Whitney

Munster HS

Connor Brooks Meyer & Shreyas Iyer

Munster HS

Hannah Smith

Penn HS

POLICY DEBATE

PROGRAM ORAL INTERPRETATION

Zoe Gatzimos & William Riley

Penn HS

Tara Layous

Munster HS

Renee Yaseen & Nicholas Casetti

Penn HS

Alexandra Raycroft

Munster HS

DUO INTERPRETATION

INFORMATIVE SPEAKING

Andrew Haines & Katy Smith

Plymouth HS

Emma Rose Higgason

Munster HS

Trevor Pletcher & Lexi Ramirez

Plymouth HS

Hailey Louise Johns

Munster HS

ORIGINAL ORATORY

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - SENATE

Bridget Schafer

Plymouth HS

Daniel Patrick Owens

Valparaiso HS

Mariah Villaroman

Munster HS

Jaclyn Webber

Munster HS

U.S. EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - HOUSE

Garrett Garver

Plymouth HS

Colin Lucero-Dixon

Penn HS

Kaitlyn Margaret Steele

Valparaiso HS

Nicole Keller

Plymouth HS

INT’L EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING

WORLD SCHOOLS DEBATE

Easan Venkat

Munster HS

Hannah M. N. Yeakey

Bethany Christian HS

Samantha Zechiel

Plymouth HS

Trent McKenzie

Plymouth HS

HUMOROUS INTERPRETATION

Josie Edwards

Plymouth HS

Noel Jordan Fary

Munster HS

Kelsey Kruyer

Plymouth HS

Noah Moell

Munster HS

Elliott John Yu

Valparaiso HS

DRAMATIC INTERPRETATION

Daniel Aaron Hu

Valparaiso HS

Maya Radjenovich

Munster HS

Carson Swallow

Valparaiso HS

Alexandria Bleza

Munster HS

Meredith Christine Hansen

Valparaiso HS

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Congratulations on the

Hosting Triple Crown to Coach “Neigh” Rye and the Deep South District!

Good Luck in Birmingham, Team Kentucky! Boone CountyRowan CountyHenry Clay DanvilleGatton AcademyHazardduPont Manual TrinityBeechwoodBethlehemMurray North OldhamDunbarBowling Green

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Northern Lights INFORMATIVE McKensie Bedore Anna Larson Sarah Schulz ORATORY Anne Omer Jessica Anderson Elizabeth Brayden DRAMATIC INTERP Jenna Barker Priscilla Samey Isaiah Hinnenkamp Emma Burpo HUMOROUS INTERP Alex Church Andraya Parenteau Matthew Koring PROGRAM ORAL INTERP Georgina Simon Calvin McMahon

PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE Daniel Stokes & Luke Norquist Shruthi Srinivasan & Nina Rain Mudgett LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE Benjamin Summers Calvin McMahon SENATE Dylan Clausen Victoria Halvorson HOUSE Kevin Jacobson Raajii Daniel UNITED STATES EXTEMP Jack Slavik Bridget McManamon INTERNATIONAL EXTEMP Camryn Schmidt Simon Beach

is bringing its magic to…

DUO INTERP Devon Solwold & Izzy Larson Sophia Klindt & Kenan Stoltenow Skyler Klostriech & Abby Dahlberg

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PROGRAM ORAL INTERPRETATION

PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE

John Fremont Wallace III & Tristan Silva

Oak Grove HS

Selah Hall

Madison Central HS

Atticus Nelson & Silas Nelson

Desoto Central HS

Nyah Jordan

Sacred Heart Catholic

Chrystal Wilson

Hattiesburg HS

POLICY DEBATE

Matthew Araujo & Evan Morrisey

Murrah HS

Arko Dhar & Faraaz Yousuf

St Andrew's Episcopal

INFORMATIVE SPEAKING

DUO INTERPRETATION

Kerrington Anderson & Derek Collins

Hattiesburg HS

Ben Parker & Emori Gavin

Hattiesburg HS

Mallory Nicholson

Petal HS

Jessica Styres

Madison Central HS

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - SENATE

ORIGINAL ORATORY

Rachel Shoemaker

Laurel Christian School

Rachel Tibbs

Laurel Christian School

U.S. EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING

Sabine Horne

Laurel Christian School

Glen Kermit Till, III

St Andrew's Episcopal

INT’L EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING

John Bethea

Madison Central HS

Kelly Li

Hattiesburg HS

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - HOUSE

John Brady Amacker

Petal HS

Jose Navas

Murrah HS

James Douglas Minor, III

St Andrew's Episcopal

WORLD SCHOOLS DEBATE

Mason Payne Lyon

Petal HS

Logan Baggett

Petal HS

Maeve Rigney

Madison Central HS

Virginia Sciolino

Sacred Heart Catholic

Jamil Johnson

Murrah HS

DRAMATIC INTERPRETATION

Eric Francis Maddigan

Oxford HS

Alex Wade

Sacred Heart Catholic

Taylor Thompson

Laurel Christian School

Victoria Green

Ridgeland HS

Cameron Miller

Sacred Heart Catholic

Owen Sayre

Hattiesburg HS

HUMOROUS INTERPRETATION

Jaelin Imanni Montgomery

Petal HS

Gian-Luigi Zaninelli

Oak Grove HS

Wade King

Oak Grove HS

Quintin Alexander Harry

Pascagoula HS

LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE

Bailey McHale

St Andrew's Episcopal

Sarah Berry Pierce

Sacred Heart Catholic

Ishan Bhatt

St Andrew's Episcopal

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the

New England District Presents

MILTON ACADEMY

BANCROFT

NATICK

BOSTON LATIN ACADEMY

NEEDHAM NEWTON SOUTH

BOSTON LATIN SCHOOL

SACRED HEART

CATHOLIC MEMORIAL

SHREWSBURY WARING

LEXINGTON

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Eastern Ohio Bewitching the Magic City Dramatic Interp: Eliahs Sumpter – GlenOak, Emily Brazier – Wadsworth, Allison Thomas – Stow-Munroe Falls Duo Interp: Maya Polen & Reid Kennedy – Perry, Anne Marie McCombs & Maclane Stebbins – Stow-Munroe Falls, Matthew Lorentz & Evan Doan – Wooster Humorous Interp: Taylor Headrick – Highland, Drake Alexander Spina – Tusky Valley, Sam Jocas – Hoover Informative Speaking: Lexi Nolletti – Wooster, Kate Sibila – Central Catholic, Jermaine Brack – GlenOak International Extemp: Eli Abboud – Jackson, Clay M. Owens – Perry Lincoln-Douglas Debate: Angela Myers – Hoover, Stefanie Pousoulides – Jackson, Ben Lipkin – Copley Original Oratory: Alvin Makori – Wooster, Kevin Poe – Hoover, Taylor Anthony – Perry Policy Debate: Ted Marszalkowski & Alan Ai – Jackson, Cael Jones & Tumas Rackaitis – Jackson Program Oral Interp: Alex Wright – Hoover, AbbyGrace Catron – Highland, Sarah Hopkins – Wooster, Natalie Menassa – Wadsworth Public Forum Debate: Ryan MacPherson & Cameron Casenhiser – StowMunroe Falls, Drosos Kardulias & Alexander Thompson – Wooster, Faheem Ali & Evan Gardell – Jackson US Extemp: Arjun Shanmugan – Jackson, Jacob Wilkinson – Wadsworth, Chad Dean Brechbuhler –GlenOak Senate: Rayna Phelps – Canton McKinley, Chris Summerville – Medina House: Garret Freund – Wadsworth, Alivia Kiefer – Perry, Claire Jimerson – Revere, Mitchell Dillon – Jackson World Schools Debate: Stephen Prochniak – Stow-Munroe Falls, Ishani Tripathy – Jackson, Kasey Pukys – Perry, Estelle Shaya – Wooster, James Nielson – Wooster, Marisa Dinko – Jackson, Abigail Henry – Jackson, Isaiah Hunter – Canton McKinley, Isaac Allison – Jackson, Paul Monroe – Canton McKinley Big Questions Debate: Jacob Hervey – Perry, Braden Webb – Highland, Quade Mainzer – Highland, Kaylee Speaker – GlenOak – 186 –


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The Valley Forge District is looking forward to some Magical Moments in Birmingham, AL at the NSDA National Speech & Debate Tournament!!

Cross Ex Debate Lincoln-Douglas Debate Eli Manaker & Julia Gyourko – Strath Haven Carolyn Zou - Pennsbury David DeMarco & Nicholas Yang – Unionville Damian Hunt – Unionville Public Forum Debate Congressional Debate - House Amit Pampati & Alex Wang – Unionville David Kinane - Unionville Jonathan Mann & Mason El-Habr – Holy Ghost Lena Lofgren – Strath Haven Congressional Debate – Senate Informative Speaking Andrew Binder – Unionville Jimmy Kim - Pennsbury Benjamin Becker – Southern Lehigh Patrick Kelly – LaSalle Original Oratory Domestic Extemp Julia Rose Kreutzer – Gwynedd Mercy Sarah Myers – Strath Haven Anna Li – Unionville Sophia Qureshi – Unionville International Extemp Dramatic Interp Sahil Patel – Danville Kaitlyn Saresky – Truman Ashwin Singh – Unionville Brian Gabriele – Holy Ghost Duo Interp Program Oral Interp Kevin Nowicke & Stefano Arnone – Holy Ghost Melissa Stough – Southern Lehigh Luke Muller and Colin Landers – Holy Ghost Zillah Elcin – Academy at Palumbo Humorous Interp World Schools Debate Alexander Becker – Southern Lehigh Ohanna Mohammad – Dallastown Jack Reckner – LaSalle Nevin Kara – Dallastown Maggie Blosky – Gwynedd Mercy World Schools Debate William Oxenford – LaSalle Max Fulmer – Danville Kiamesso DaSilva – Science Ldrshp Linda Wen – Danville Kourtney Dwyer – Gwynedd Mercy Jack Marin – LaSalle Sonali Deliwala – Pennsbury

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Tennessee Congressional Debate— Senate: Shelby Stewart, Rossview HS Naba Wahid, Brentwood HS HouSe 1: Shreyas Kumar, Brentwood HS HouSe 2: Carson Watts, Rossview HS

International Extemporaneous Speaking— Emma McCaleb, Battle Ground Academy Nathan Kruse, Battle Ground Academy Original Oratory— Brandon Black, Brentwood Academy Emma Capitanelli, Collierville HS Policy Debate— Adam Barton & Henry Ben Jablonski,

Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking— Andrew Brown, Brentwood HS Claire Thomas, Collierville HS

Montgomery Bell Academy

Samuel Funk & William Kyle Jameson, Montgomery Bell Academy

Dramatic Interpretation— Kendyl Kowalski, Morristown West HS Christopher Clark, Brentwood Academy Pedro Reyes, Morristown West HS

Program Oral Interpretation— Katherine Nesbitt, Brentwood Academy Taegan Jo Collins, Morristown West HS Public Forum Debate— Sudeep Ghantasala & Adam Novak, Ravenwood HS Preston Johnston & Riya Jain, Ravenwood HS

Duo Interpretation— Isaiah McDermott & Christopher Cox, Morristown West HS

Cameron Sheppard & Zoe Dongas, St. Cecilia Academy

Seth Ellsworth & Jonah Stokes, Jefferson County HS Humorous Interpretation— Charlie Raymer, Henry County HS Sam Anctil, Ravenwood HS Auto-QuAlifier Grace Smith, Brentwood Academy Informative Speaking— Natalie Clark, Henry County HS Kyler Groner, Morristown West HS Auto-QuAlifier Anna Kutbay, Morristown West HS

USA World Schools Debate— team 1: Saahit Adabala, Brentwood HS Chandler Jernigan, Seymour HS Aditya Pillai, Brentwood HS Matthew Rozanski, Collierville HS Jose Salazar, Morristown West HS team 2: Benjamin Ball, Battle Ground Academy Megan Cole, Rossview HS Zachery Helberg, Battle Ground Academy Clare Frances Kennedy, Battle Ground Academy Pramika Sriram, Rossview HS

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Yellow Rose District

Public Forum Debate Perez & Wolf Mosmeyer & Lamborn

LD Debate Michael J Roets, Jr. Josiah Atkinson

CX Debate MacLeod & Jennings Irvin & Oliveira

Program Oral Interp Khalil Miles Thomas Peek

Duo Interp White & Slaughter Battenfield & Loftin

Informative Ashtyn Harms Colby Menefee

Original Oratory Hannah Bryant Ethan Jewell

Senate Brett May Cason Lutrick

United States Extemp Benjamin Lamb Ron Long Beth Marshall

House Aabib Razvi Jack Dowling Austin Ross

International Extemp Joshua Jones Elizabeth Palazzolo

World Schools Debate Cheyenne Petty Ethan Bond Brenn Barkis Samuel Mosmeyer Martheaus Perkins Evan Grisham Michael Sprintson Cassie He Evan Jewell Chris Malhas

Dramatic Interp Jessica Bailey Julianne Shurley Humorous Interp Henry Meredith Andy Cato

Birmingham 2017

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Dramatic Interpretation Durron Goodwin, Rufus King HS Phillip Klinker, Brookfield East HS

Domestic Extemp Anurag Sandireddy, James Madison Memorial HS Aparna Jayashankar, Brookfield Central HS

Duo Interpretation Hana Li & Aafreen Sajid, Brookfield Central HS Diamond Harris & Keziah Carter, Bradley Tech HS Humorous Interpretation Amber Weissert, Ronald Reagan College Prep HS Ian Shulta-O’Day, West Bend East HS International Extemp

Informative Speaking Ananth Bhat, Brookfield East HS Samik Partha, James Madison Memorial HS N’namdi Carter, Bradley Tech HS Josef Rademacher, Madison West HS Lincoln-Douglas Debate Colin Gray-Hoehn, Brookfield East HS Original Oratory Namitha Alexander, Brookfield East HS Katherine Walsh, Madison West HS Tejvir Mann, James Madison Memorial HS Policy Debate Mitchell Larson & Katie Cao, Homestead HS Gavin Paap & William Deverey, Brookfield East HS Program of Oral Interpretation Madelyn C. Aamodt, West Bend East HS Ayanna Martin, Milwaukee HS of the Arts Public Forum Debate Suchir Bhatt & Shyam Mani, Brookfield East HS Ellen Bresnick & Sael Soni, Middleton HS Congressional Debate – Senate Angie Jiang, Madison West HS Samia Sheikh, Ronald Reagan College Prep HS Congressional Debate – House Jack Votava, James Madison Memorial HS

SOUTHERN WISCONSIN

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TOURNAMENT ROSTER Congratulations to the following students, coaches, and schools attending the 2017 National Speech & Debate Tournament! The tournament marks the capstone of speech and debate activities for more that 141,000 student members across the country. To attend, students must qualify at one of the Assocation’s 110 district tournaments or through one of our seven international qualifying programs.

For past tournament winners and results, visit www.speechanddebate.org/nationals-history

NATIONAL SPEECH & DEBATE ASSOCIATION


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Tournament Students and Coaches Roster Legend Numerals indicate the number of nationals attended by a school, including Congressional Debate, the wartime Congresses, and the wartime national contests.

A D F H L N O Q

S Senator Dramatic Interp Notes Students and Coaches Notes R Representative Duo Interp U United States Extemp International Extemp X Policy Debate Humorous Interp W World Schools Debate Lincoln-Douglas Debate Y Original Oratory Public Forum Debate Z Informative Speaking Program Oral Interp * Diamond Key # Previous Participant Big Questions Debates

Listed Alphabetically by State Students Studentand andCoaches Instructor

Notes Events

ALABAMA Alabama School Of Mathematics & Sci 1 Bulls, Salena # W Angelica Howard Bayside Academy 1 Kannegieter, Trent S Andy Arick Lori Kannegieter Wade Long Chelsea HS 1 Thomas, Olivia W Jessica Newman Lamp HS 13 Peck, Adam # W Christopher Colvin *** Mars Hill Bible School 11 Rikard, Nathan N Segars, Sadie N Kenny Barfield ****** Mountain Brook HS 31 Darden, Griffin W Harris, Benjamin X Kinderman, Chloe X Shirley, Pavel L Sledge, Hayden Q Smitht, Jack # X Weas, Russell # X Allison Harper Elizabeth Wood Weas Pelham HS 3 Finch, Christion W Stephen Black Prattville HS 15 Bergdolt, John H Edwards, Hannah ## O Hutchinson, Chase W Slay, Gentry # Z Katy Olienyk ** Ramsay HS 4 Ballard, Brooklin N Thomas, E'shandae N Amanda Lynn Sanderson Saint James School 26 Allred, Griffin H Ashner, Nathan U

Students Student and andCoaches Instructor

Notes Events

Duncan, Cassidy ## W Edwards, Mason F Olree, Henry # F Pritchett, Jacob U Thomas Robert Ian Turnipseed * Spain Park HS 4 Brewer, Alexas A Oliver Parker * The Altamont School 10 Coleman, Isabel N Zell, David N Sim Butler Jessica Heine The Montgomery Academy 25 Behr, Sofie W Chambers, James Walter Ethan # D Koo, John # S Lindsey, Anna Kate W Park, Ellen R Payne, Griffin ## W Torbert, James Holland R Updegraff, Catherine Eloise # O Zink, Max D Jordan Montiel McBride John McWilliams ** James W Rye ***** Vestavia Hills HS 32 Compton, Joey N Ding, Rachel L Li, Allen Y Parikh, Rahul N Reddy, Sidhvi Z Rogers, Maggie # A Nate Conoly Westminster Christian Academy 1 Jenkins, Erykah D Landers, Zoe D Thompson, Christine Y Ondreja Turner ALASKA Dimond HS Roth, Douglas Adrian Martin Schnyder

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(AK - AZ) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

Notes

Events

Skagway HS Cook, Micah McKnight, Steaven Teeluk, Dainean Whitehead, Kara Kent Fielding South Anchorage HS Panigeo, Charles Skala, Wyatt Lawson ## Maria Skala ARIZONA BASIS Flagstaff HS Dutton-Reid, Finley Hunter Lane Rogers BASIS Peoria HS Gupta, Ishi Kat Grilliot Nick Leonardi Brophy College Prep Brown, Tucker Elsbecker, Emma Gaylord, Grant Kirk, Nikolas Morey, Brendan ## Schaefer, Blaise Srivastava, Shikhar Elizabeth Clarke Chris Jordan Michael Kurtenbach Shaloni Pinto Mike Welty Chandler Preparatory Academy Cohen, Alison Joel Sannes Mica Tacderan Chaparral HS Alvarez, Kaitlyn Wang, Christina Kristin Andreatos Corona Del Sol HS Encinas, Zane Kiel Warren Desert Vista HS Braun, Haruka Margaret Crowl, Johanna # Dawson, Hanna Doebbeling, Bronwyn Elizabeth Fiber, Ethan # Gilliam, Taylor Hoang, Charley Jalaghi, Sarah Ketcham, Dylan # Lane, Erica # Lange, Elise Claire Maro, Kathleen Quah, Isaac Selby, Lucus

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Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Shah, Aashney # Wakefield, Alex ## Willert, Raquel Richard Bui Corrine Carlton Stacy Endman Joe Guffey Tyler Lyons Brenna Ram Victor Silva Brittany Stanchik Hamilton HS Bakhle, Ishaan Miller, Greg Gina Meade McClintock HS Bernard, Michael # Flores, Matthew Granillo-Walker, Erin ## Pope, Benjamin Roth, Justin Michael Timothy J. Cornwell Richard Glover Mesquite HS Delgado, Danielle Wise, Skylar Tracy L Weaver Mountain View HS Cusson, Mathew # Gau, Maximilian # Guthrie, Logan ## Mikel, Ashley Claire Pesari, Sanjana Meg Howell-Haymaker Jacob Long Phoenix Country Day School Casten, Sophia Corridan, Sophia Dady, Samantha de Roos, Bella Najafi, Olivia # Porter, William # Steiner, Ben Steiner, Reed Tuli, Rhea Whitfill, Parker ## Janniqua Dawkins Carolyn Evans Michelle Hill Nick Klemp Michael Tristano Bria Woodyard Scottsdale Preparatory Academy Cohen, Shayna Travis Clement Sunnyslope HS Dean, Jake # Heather Butler

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Events N S D ** * ** 6 W L 28 A W F H A ** ** 6 W Y *** 29 R U W S W ***** 10 Z D H D A U W W O F * * 2 R 7 R


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Erin Long Tempe Preparatory Academy Moriarty, Emma John P Wolnisty ARKANSAS Bentonville HS Adelusimo, Eriifeoluwa Peace Dodd, Paxton Lucas Gernstetter, Wesley Michael Halle, Sol Harpell, Josh Jordan, Matthew Aaron Ohol, Gaurav Slone, Rylie Mackenzie Townzen, Ardyn Christine Van Slooten, Andrew Douglas Brandon Box-Higdem Andrea Michelle Speer Bentonville West HS Evans, Moriah Hope Thelapurath, Priya Julia M Howell Cabot HS Akers, Morgan ### Bennett, Mia Black, Lauren Cummings, McKenzie # Fuhrman, Gracie Kendricks, Autumne McGloflin, Britney Rains, Aubrey Shannon, Somer # Trujillo, Keianna # Webb, Kaleb Jennifer Akers Chris Flowers Dardanelle HS Cox, Adam Paul English, Raegan ## Hernandez, Jessica # Rhoades, Alexa Eric Gamble Episcopal Collegiate School Martin, Alex Martene Campbell Har-Ber HS Manon, Pablo Wiederkehr, Andrew Joel Brown Little Rock Central HS Garg, Sakshi Jung, Christina Jung, Juliette # Lam, Valorie Rosie Valdez Monticello HS Orrell, Keeton

(AZ - CA) Notes

Events

8 W ** 6 R F H N F H L N U R 1 A Z * 4 Y D A N O D Z O S N Y * 2 Q W W W 5 S 1 W W 5 X X X X * 2 D

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Smith, Jordan Christy Leigh Armbrust Tiffany Denise Tucker Rogers Heritage HS Sims, Kiara Stacy R Richey Rogers HS Puang, Serena Robert Turney Russellville HS Anwar, Nihal Presley, Tristan Joseph Turner, Kevin Zachary Daniel Caudle CALIFORNIA Alhambra HS Chau, Brandon # Gong, Katherine Gonzalez, Gabriel Hu, Richard Mosissa, Moajarra Kevin Tong Amador Valley HS Gottiparthy, Ani ### Joshi, Gaurav Milind Koyyada, Anurag Shah, Anshul ### Nathan Leal Archbishop Mitty HS Bhatia, Rhea Esha Biju, Arjun # Davis, Madelyn Flynn-Do, Koji # Gupta, Eshan Javangula, Pranavi Johnson, Erica Kernan, Lucas Leung, Jolie # Sherry, Conor Slade, Maxwell Tawade, Akaash # Veeramacheneni, Teja Karen Joshi Cruz Mark Woodhead Arroyo HS Huang, Elaine # Landaverry, Savannah Lopez, Isaiah Mondragon, Amaranta Nguyen, Michael Terry L. Colvin Bear Creek HS Baldonado, Gian Carlo Crawford, Nicolas Emiko, Omatsone Richard Victoria Castro Chavez Karen L Minick

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D 4 U 3 L 3 W W W

34 R Z F R A ** 4 N W W N 5 D H O N F D A Y N O Z F W * 5 R S H W W ** 19 O W Y ***


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Bellarmine College Prep Boennighausen, Peter Cong, Bryant # Houston, Bobby Grant Joseph, Joshua Kothari, Anuj Liu, Xavier # MacRunnels, Ronan Fitzgerald Nedungadan, Thomas Pahwa, Pranaya Pramono, William # Rane, Gaurav Taori, Devansh Yeddula, Rishab Matt Delateur Kim Jones Aaron Langerman Deirdre Sullivan Bonita Vista HS Bloom, Danielle # Hamilton, Tanner Kolshorn, Anthony Neuner, Gilbert Rosal, Gilbert Talamantez, Mary Tellez, Camila Vaillancourt, Simon Eric Helle Brentwood School Blum, Emma Deconcini, Jackson Victor Jih Buchanan HS Saini, Akul Benjamin Max Cummings Buhach Colony HS Brinkop, Thomas Conroy, Alyssa Garcia, Gustavo Stapleton, Paige Kris Freitas Bullard HS Markarian, Michael Mena, Marilyn Salhi, Bassam Waters, Jordan # Milla Smith Campbell Hall HS Selden, Mark Stone-Molloy, Mia Susan Foley Carlsbad HS Magee, Corin # O'Brien, Hannah Tran, Josh # Turner, Daniel # Zwonitzer, Arin # Minnia Curtis

57 L W H X R A Z U F S X X X *** ** 7 D D W S D L D W * 8 L L *** 8 W 1 L W W W 41 S W F Y ** 4 N N 8 W W U Z Y *

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Student and Instructor Citrus Valley HS Fu, Emily Neighbors, Lindsay Deanna Swank Claremont HS Abarca, Alex Apresa, Justin Glover, Melissa Nakai, Kavan Ngiam, Ashton # Nishimura, Faith # Park, Kenneth Xiao, Jack # Yang, Cynthia David Chamberlain Rachel Wear Classical Academy HS Sung, Crystal Tai, Chris Ashley Nuckels Cuevas Jonathan Sonoda Clovis North HS Boroski, Nicholas B. Escareno, Eric A. Heragu, Pooja N. Hickey, Melissa Moon, Gunho Osilla, Erika S. Park, Joanne Pyreddy, Sagar R. Randall, Grace M. # Sandhu, Jujhar S. Santiago, Therese A. Shin, Jeong Yeon Andrew Botwin Chad Hayden College Prep Hickey, Grace Klein, Ruby ## Ian Beier Lexy Green Jonathan Hines Crescenta Valley HS Alonso, Raymond William Choi, Timothy Kim, Forrest Kim, Solomon Park, Kevin Seung Lee Woo, John Yang, Dylan Gene Christina Manukyan Amber McLeod Cupertino HS Vemula, Vanitha Vichare, Sohan Marty De Damien HS Herbelin, Andrew #

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Events 6 W L 21 Q H R N N A W Y Z *** 1 X X 8 W D W O N A D W Z N Z R *** 29 X X ***** ** 3 S L W X X X X 12 L W * 40 X


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor McFadden, Matthew Peltekci, Tyler Young, Sage # Chuck Ballingall Donald Peters Davis Senior HS Brandt, Jesse Yu, David Zhu, Peter # Janine Widman De Toledo HS Farkash, Roni Lavender, Laura Winston Chang Delta Charter HS Bergen, Trinity Glass, Christian Quinn, Grace Ribeiro, Pedro ## Reed Niemi Caitlin Sarvey Dougherty Valley HS Baronia, Ruchir Bhattacharyya, Shreya Kambath, Amisha # Mahadwar, Tanya # Raghu, Keshav Shirur, Malavika Skyler Ho Aleisha Readye Edison Computech HS McCoy, Richard Nicole Jennison El Camino Real Charter HS Haq, Sarem Keane, Ryan Cameron Maury El Capitan HS Miller, Lauren Marie # Sanchez, Eric Heidi Pedrozo El Dorado HS Schuld, Brooke # Deborah Nicholls El Modena HS Ghafari, Arman Remy, Amanda ## Molly M. Chertock Aaron Nichols Flintridge Preparatory School Campbell, Lindsay Harris, Arthur Jain, Rithik Klapsis, Clio Lopez, Tiana # Williams, Isabella Nicole B. Dalton Gia Karpouzis

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Events

X X X ***** 5 N Y N * 1 W W 10 X S X W ** * 8 Y W R R S R 23 W * 6 S R 1 Y L 17 R 7 O H * 2 N S N N N W *

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Fullerton Joint Union HS Arredondo, Cesar Chun, Alice S Fu, Lauren Michelle # Karcher, Kendal Kim, Thomas Martin, Colby Noah Renteria, Lizzy Tran, Cordelia H Wells, Sharra Yoon, Hanhee Pricilla Merritt Gabrielino HS Campos, David Alvaro Chung, Hannah Chung, Tim ## Du, Deandra # Hong, Michael Kuo, Tiffany # Kusunoki-Martin, Maya # Liang, Angelina Lidskin, Samuel Ma, Roger Moy, Bianca ## Nathaniel, Juan Nguyen, Calvin # Pena, Gabriel Preston, Sarah Singleton, Alexandra ### Tran, Leon Wahinehookae, Jaycob Yu, Claudia # Yuan, Wesley # Charlie Betancourt Eric Chen Jill Hanhong Samira Husein Pear Kasrirarat Derek Yuill Garfield HS Olivas, Angel Antonio # Erick Nguyen Jennifer Nguyen Golden Valley HS Lorenzi, Lucca Almo Kaitlin Benson Daniel James Eckman Granada Hills Charter HS Gallardo, Luis Okonkwo, Ruth Rachael Phipps Granite Bay HS Bavirisetty, Rahul # Chana, Angikaar Reddy, Akshay Jakkidi Shaheed, Gurneet Robert Prichard Gunn Sr HS

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Cheng, Claire Parulekar, Mallika Wang, Eric Diane Gleason Tim Johnson Hallmark Charter School Baly, Chloe Gurleen Litt Helix Charter HS Alvarez, Anthony Babbitt, Luke # Bojorquez Silva Herzog, Jonathon Gardner, Rilyn # Jiminez, Ivan Newman, Katrina Robles, Shane Rogers, Sophia Gregg Osborn ILEAD North Hollywood Alberti, Matthew Boulton, Alec Boulton, Alfredo Andres Bowler, Nikita Brivic, Jackson Cook, Raya Cummins, Justin Dutcher, Olivia Evans-Rippy, Lucy Farwell, Kate ## Green, Julienne McGuirt, Maxwell Moore, Ari J. Riley-Norman, Gift # Rogers, Sean ## Siegel, Ethan Miles Timor, Daniel Iain Lampert Jessica Patterson Immaculate Heart HS Speier, Mia Ellen Ivens-Duran Irvington HS Huang, Michelle Joseph Dineen Mark Rodocker James Enochs HS Adair, Nick # Currin, Logan Foshay, Bergen # Jakobs-White, Sage Kopecki, Maddie Moore, Nicholas # Zack Kopecki James Logan HS Donthi, Amulya Doshi, Isha Flores, Antonio # Ganesh, Meera

X X W 3 W 20 D A D O R A O Z * 3 W F Y Q D Q H W D U W Y H A A Q U 12 W 1 F 10 N F U W W N ** 28 W O D Y

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Student and Instructor

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Griffin, Darius Julian D Grover, Rhea D Iyer, Kirthana W Jackson, Kenneth Herbert O Jagannathan, Chitra # A Kaur, Sukhmanpreet A Kinerman, Acari O Kona, Nikhil U Lee, Jessica Z McDonnel, Cole D Murayama, Phoebe Hansen X Nour, Akram D Ramirez, Jennifer D Sharifi, Sammay D Turner, Taylor # D Wilson, Toria Frances X Jesse Garrett Tommie Lindsey Jr ***** Jesuit HS 6 Kim, Donghyum W Weideman, Austin W Laura Harvey La Salle HS 2 Crawford, Jack N Dunbar, Sebastian W Nahas, John # N Elizabeth Meerson Leland HS 28 Choudhry, Bisma # D Hanney, Amelia D Oner, Yagmur A Quint, Jennifer # H Gay Brasher ******* Robert Ickes David Kraft *** Chris Wardner ** Lodi HS 36 Elliott, Dylan # F Cathryn Geyer * Los Altos HS 5 Dembner, Spencer ## W Julie Herman Los Angeles Center For Enriched Stud 3 Scanlon, Ruby R Evan Feldman Kate Totz Los Osos HS 8 Ing, Aaron # U John, Sarah # Y Nam, Ryan E. # U Naseib, Joseph F Orioli, Angelo G. L Tabba, Noor W Erik C Pielstick ** Mira Loma HS 11 Gunendran, Praveen U Hu, James F Jung, Edward A

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Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Liu, Christopher McMurry, Charlie ## Srivatsa, Adith Wang, Catherine Yuva Raju , Teevyah Zhang, Evelyn Josh Stinson Miramonte HS Ansel, Griffin Chow, Andrew # Chow, Iris Fritzen, Max Kang, Sage Konstantino, Daniel Korsunsky, Leo # Steinberg, Evan Weiner, Zachary Zheng, Kelly # Sandra Maguire Kristen Plant Mission San Jose HS Agarwal, Ayush Chen, Robert # Dubey, Neha Kodnani, Devesh ## Kundassery, Keshav Naidu, Swetha Srinivasan, Rohan Wu, Max Victor Rivas Umana Brandon Stewart Monta Vista HS Saluja, Sajeev Gavin Wong Monte Vista HS - Danville Bronshteyn, Jacob Chen, Austin # Fang, Raymond Fattah, Nadine Fradelis, Courtney # Hanif, Usman Lee, Adam # Lee, Jioo # Su, Tercel Zhou, Eric Tom Dunlap Kimberley Gilles David Matley Mountain House HS Azah, Jacqueline Dangtran, Joe Francis, Justin Ghaith, Donia Ghaith, Eman Kollipara, Tanaya Mishra, Adya Motley, Grace Shukla, Vishwas

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Events

X H X D W D 33 N N Z R Z H S N N F ****** * 9 O N W N N D D N 22 L 31 L F L Y H U H L A U ***** 1 A D W D D A H H D

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Student and Instructor

Mikendra Dawn McCoy North Hollywood HS Blum, Emily Kim, Lyna Kim, Matthew # Turkel, Emily # Evan Feldman North HS - Bakersfield Bishop, Hunter Angelique Ronald Northgate HS Gaughan, Peter James ## Danial Leahy Andrew Schwartz Northwood HS Manivannan, Manav Patil, Atharva Pettit, Christopher Vernon Brock Notre Dame HS Hackworth, Lilly ## Sur, Dipashreya Sarah Botsch-Mcguinn Oakwood School - North Hollywood Ji, Hannah Levine, Hannah Park, Eunice Slovin, Charlotte Wolf Sergio Martinez Orosi HS Lopez, Fabian Patino, Esperanza # Perez, Deanna Karson B Kalashian Palos Verdes Peninsula HS Lee, Sung Gyung Liu, Samantha # Tambe, Raam # Wang, Jerry # Scott Wheeler Polytechnic School Liu, Jonathan Whitford, George Melan W Jaich Teja Vepa Ponderosa HS Gerety, Liam Springer, Reese Travis Summers Presentation HS Munce, Megan Sahejpal, Aarushi Sierra, Kaitlynn Brandon Garrett Barbara Heil Shawn Matson Rancho Bernardo HS Applegate, Aaron

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Student and Instructor Li, Valerie Lynne Floto Redlands HS Dasari, Mohan # Reddy, Rohan Brittany Freibott Riverside STEM Academy Abadeer, Andrew Ghamloch, Jacob David Mendoza Sage Hill School White-Matthews, Luca B R Trudy White-Matthews San Marino HS Kiang, Joseph ## Lunine, Alex Ma, Anthony # Natarajan, Ajay Wang, Serena # Xiao, Jennifer Xu, Brian ## Matthew T. Slimp Sanger HS Gonzalez, Hailey Rosales, Alejandro Justin Norris Ken Stocks Saratoga HS Wang, Kyle # Yaghoobi, Siavsh Christopher Harris Schurr HS Calderon, Miguel Jimenez, Fidencio Kunkle, William ## Tan, Solon Valle, Emily Alexandria Tippings Joseph A. Ugalde Matthew Yasuoka Stockdale HS Alphonso, Warren Buch, Daivik D Hernandez, Tiberius Kuchakulla, Niteesh Lynch, Michael Parmar, Kareena A Porter, Cassidy # Scully, Nora Somani, Reena Crystal Huddleston The Harker School Dhar, Aditya Dharmaraj, Nikhil # Gulati, Avi Huang, Jason Marjorie Hazeltine The Waverly School

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X 36 F H 1 N N 2 W 24 F L L W Z U U ** 17 W W 22 U W 30 A W U F Y *** 15 L X X S R X Y X U 9 S Y Y W 1

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Student and Instructor Kyle, Daniel Lawrence Mike Kyle Turlock HS Aguilar, Julian Bains, Mehtab Foote, William # Guinard, Victoria # Hesse, Matthew Miguel, Madison Michele VanNieuwenhuyzen University HS - Fresno Bodine, Jonathan Branch, Imani ## Cheema, Manvir DerTorosian, Aubrey Le, Gwyneth Macon, Rosalyn LoRainna Carter Drew Oakes Jackie Smith Westridge School Harris, Rachel Marsh, Ruby Nicole B. Dalton Gia Karpouzis Wm S Hart HS Kobler, Finn Eleanor Tinio Nishioka Woodbridge HS Shih, Samuel Chingchi Liu Woodcreek HS Bell, Dana # Sherk, Sydney Melisa Elko Yucaipa HS Casey, Ryan John D. Eichman COLORADO Air Academy HS Meiter, Jane Meiter, John Jackson Rishavy, Brendan Rose, Jenny # Unnikrishnan, Nidhi Stephanie Botsford Dana Centrella Renee C Motter Arapahoe HS Yohannes, Matthew Erin Dodge Kristina Miller Battle Mountain HS Litt, Sam # Seeman, Noah Stone, Hailea # vanDernoot, Garvin

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L 25 W R N U N Z * 4 U O W N H N

1 W W * 4 Y 1 W 2 Z O * 21 S ***** 24 N N W Y L ** 14 W 8 Y W Y D


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

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Student and Instructor Woodworth, Camryn Samantha Neale Diane Wagener Bear Creek HS Amundson, Benjamin Ziegenhagen, Carson Jessica Johnson Canon City HS Garcia, Ariana Pauline J. Carochi Castle View HS Croom, Carson Dean Douglas, David Jonathan Greven, Alec Walker, Ethan Sally Graham Centaurus HS Jachimiak, Christopher Shanda Gance Richard W. Lucas Centennial HS Burand, Calisse R. # Siegel, Freia A. ## Wahlen, Crystal D. David M Montera Central Of Grand Junction HS Hoffman, Alex Hurt, Spencer Hurt, Wyatt ## Wells, Brittany Anthony Bichler Chatfield Senior HS Anderson, Thomas E Cartaya, Madison A Hegger, Olivia Victoria Kevin Brich Katie Updyke Cherry Creek HS Ambrose, Lincoln # Camhi, David A Frommelt, Amalia R Giallanza, Tyler # Hashimoto, Yuuki M Y Herbst, William Frederick # Jacob, Brady Andrew Kompella, Swathi Kopuri, Himanvi # Manikandan, Shrushti Ramesh, Rahul # Shim, Hyungil Woodman, Nicholas C. Ying, Andrew ## Zeng, Emily Y Zheng, Jenny L. # Martha Benham Carlye Lee Holladay Nick Panopoulos Columbine HS

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D * 24 W S 29 Y ****** 3 N N W W ** 9 Y * 41 S U H ***** 18 R W R L *** 9 W W F * 43 W R W X W X W H S U X A R X O Y **** * ***** 28

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Garske, Jackson # Pennington, Sean Andrea Stevens Delta HS Owens, Hannah ## Richards, Anha Stalcup, Lydia Danielle Lopez Denver East HS Cohen, Jack # Dell, Avery Claire Gordon, Eloise Griffith, Marin Maaliki, Antonio # Talley, Andrew Wright, Kobe Scarlet Chopin Brent G. Dysart Noah Kaplan Denver School Of The Arts Bottinelli, Sofia McPeek, Kyleigh Michael Board Lyn J Davies Denver South HS Campbell, Colleen Jennifer Redlin Discovery Canyon Campus School Kinnaman, Alexander Robert Ruff, Cameron Smith, Sawyer Jeremy Beckman Eagle Valley HS Loupe, Lydia Sage # Lizette Dieguez Kathleen Uhnavy Fairview HS Gudavalli, Sirisha Kokoshinskiy, Alexander # Li, Amanda Wurman, Tamara Lynn Baird Kristina Getty Jake Keuhlen Fort Collins HS Dykstal, Aidan # Troop, Avery E Jason Clarke Fort Morgan HS Reyez, Tristan Josef Therese V Rich Fossil Ridge HS Banks, Maxwell Ryan, Holly Alexandra Grant Campbell Fruita Monument HS Gallagher, Noah # Miller, Veniece

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S U * 18 F A W 40 N Z D O H N D

5 D D * 11 Z 1 R W W 4 Z 16 L S X X * 36 L Z * 3 S ** 4 N N 14 W W


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Student and Instructor Schweissing, Ethan Lisa Crabtree George Washington HS Alemayehu, Escadar Astatke, Sara # Camp-Lagueux, Tristan Clayman, John # Ediger, Henry Fisher, Jake Fisher, Mykell Giornazi, Jamal Hemmingsen, Tanner Levine-Clark, Isabel Liedtke, Erin Ollig, Gabby Raabe, Lucca Swan, Kathryn Webb, Eric Weissman, Alex # Maryrose Kohan Devin Emily Sarno Golden HS Clemons, Isaac M Goldstein, Andrew S Julian, Chase # Plotkin, Lilly E Tammie Peters Becki Sharp Lowell Sharp Grandview HS Mohammed, Danish Kari Hagman Jason Kosanovich Highlands Ranch HS Siegel, Jared Tkaczyk, Zoe Isabel # Brent C Oberg Erin Tuttle Holy Family HS Berry, Ryan James DiMartini, Claudia Majcen, Andrew Lisa Marie Cillessen Jefferson Academy Secondary Jenkins, Jacob Anna Bjornson David J Jenkins Kent Denver School Capoot, Ashley Chao, Daniel Chao, Mary # London, Sarah Mathews, Aaron # Mitchell, Jessica # Omegba, Esther Taro, Daniel Tieze, Portia Whitaker, Tyler #

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S 43 Y X N X R L Y U H F X X O A N F *** 28 W W L W *** * ***** 6 W 24 R Z ** 1 R R H 1 S 16 D F Y L D H A L D D

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Student and Instructor Jeff Joseph Terry Stern Rubin Forrest Sayrs Eddie Young Lakewood HS Damtew, Deksyos Nahmiach, Danielle Korinna Ghiloni Eli Woody Lewis Palmer HS Nelson, Briana Brian Hoff Littleton HS Moses, Abigail Zieper, Avery Sean Jones Jon Saliman Longmont HS Desmond, Rachel Lynn Jim Dornan Montrose HS Baird, Cameron Paul Courtney Teeter Mountain Vista HS Giem, Colter Paradis, Alyssa ## Shannon R. Vance Mullen HS Wolberg, Cailyn Heidi Trevithick Michael Trevithick Niwot HS Dev, Vidhya Reitzig, Stephanie William Pankonin Northridge HS Pepin , Harrison Pranke, Zyler J Pumphrey, Stephania # Joshua Seematter Emily F. Wallin Palisade HS Arhelger, Shaun # Blackford, Anna # Bollinger, Ethan Costello, David Noel Doyle, Piper # Hawkins, Kaleb # Hisel, Caleb Clifton # May, Matthew ## Menon, Tatum Morrell, Megan Spiller, Frankie Madison Meaghan McDowell Peak To Peak Charter School Qian, Kassen Kurt Schaefer Sheena Thomas

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*** 41 R U * 2 H * 22 N N 41 U *** 22 H 6 R W 48 Z * * 32 Z F 10 N N O * ** 19 W N D L W D S U N W H 4 L


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Poudre HS Littlewood, Jackson Cole Betsy Connor Joseph Han Pueblo West HS Bryant, Saxon ## Daly, Cassie # Lombardi, Aaron # Palmer, Benjamin # Sloan, Isaac Sun, Anthony Sun, Daniel Paulette Frye Nancy Groves Thomas Sloan Rangeview HS Nfaoui, Nadya Anna Gebhardt Regis Jesuit HS Koenigs, Patrick Mark D Onstott Resurrection Christian School Coles, Lauryn # Holsten, Alexa # Jordan, Alexander Koons, Cierra Markham, Lia McCutchen, Seth Moss, Aaron Smith, Chance # Smith, Collin Angela Smith Levi Smith Rocky Mountain HS AmRhein, Nicholas Frederick Beveridge, Ailish DeMaret, Katherine Haas, Logan # Lacey, Bernard # Leo, David Manning, Logan Roberts, Abby # Schaffer, Lauren Schmitz, Caleb Thompson, Margaret Wright, Jared Paul S De Maret Gina DiFelice Cole Mendell Smoky Hill HS Trevithick, Daniel Heidi Trevithick Michael Trevithick St Mary's HS Barta, Colton # Beaudoin, Andrew Hickert, Leah ## LaMack, Hannah

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Events 13 U

11 W L N W N Q U ** *** 16 Q 27 A *** 3 A A O W W W W Y W 28 W N W W X F X W H Q N W *** 17 O * * 13 W R W F

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Sniezek, Anna # Wahl, Anna # Zill, Brennan M # Jeff Borst Summit HS Airey, Lauren Brown-Wolf, Tye Davidson, Claire Lowe, Jake Morgan, Grant Van Oss, Orion # Wendy King The Classical Academy Bigler, Austin Foster, Hannah Lundahl, Kala McClure, Eleni Salgado, Jeremy Lori Salgado Amanda Shoumaker The Vanguard School Mullaney, Caolinn May Ross, Madeleine Rose Kevin Dick Union Colony Preparatory School Cairns, Hannah Johnson, Bradley ### Sevier, Jack Sevier, Nicholas ## Krystal Adams Chris Adams-Wenger Widefield HS Young, Oliver Brett Elhoffer Stephanie Owen Woodland Park HS Brown, Cheyenne Brown, Sage # Davilla, Citlally William Allen Brown

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S F R *** 7 N W U N W O * 8 D D A D D 1 Z Z 5 D D D D 20 W * 26 O A O *

FLORIDA Academy Of The Holy Names 27 Lamison, Mei Z Bill Gibron * Jaime Meyer Mary Patricia Plumb ******* American Heritage HS - Delray Beach 6 Datti, Abhilash ## L Rajendran, Saahas # F PJ Samorian *** Daniel Shatzkin American Heritage School - Plantation 8 Allen, Jordyn Z Fonseca, Nicolas W Freeman, Chase R Matei, Christopher W Ryan Hubbard

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PJ Samorian Apopka Sr HS Beauchamp, Brody Beauchamp, Tatiana Douglas, Nathaniel Micah Hamilton, Christopher Wayne # Manjang, Matida Tyler James Beusse Cathy Lynn Brown Belen Jesuit Prep School Abreu, Dominic Alvarez, Christopher Bjorkman, Kevin Bustamante, Javier Caballero, Carlos De La Maza, Julian Gonzalez, Eduardo Lemus, Kevin ## Pardo, Felipe # Valido, Kevin Walsh, Miguel Luis M. Dulzaides Berkeley Preparatory School Elkasri, Camelia Kanchanapalli, Taman Singh, Rohan ## Wickramasinghe, Anuksha Kevin Kuswa Mike Speer Boca Raton Community HS Findley, Grace Nelson, Thor David Reutter, Philipp Shea, Jack Jeremy # Phyllis T Pacilli Braddock HS Cuellar-Mayoral, Alejandro ## Lopez, Andrea Morales, Alfredo # Smith, Madison Carol Lynne Cecil David Kraft Justinmar Perez Charles W Flanagan HS Felizor, Neuteyshe # Medina, Eden # Sheerer, Christian # Susan Mcgraw Jon Williamson Christopher Columbus HS Barrera, Thomas ## Izquierdo, Brian # Little, John ## Navarrete, Javier ## Randall Martinez Clark Advanced Learning Center Panarelli, Nicolas Anna Hutcheson

*** 3 D D X S X 22 R U W U Z W W S F F R ** 11 X X X X ** 2 N R N R * 13 O A H Y ** *** 3 Y N N * 14 A L H L * 1 O

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Student and Instructor Coral Springs HS Bromfield, Danielle Michael Norton Justin Charles Weaver Cypress Bay HS Berger, Miles Bhansali, Shrenik Cidel, Jenee # Duran, Gus Gamboa, Daniel Hedrick, Maya Kang, Hannah Kotler, Lance Kotler, Tyler Levy, Brian # Rabinovitch, Noah Rodriguez, Lau Wen, Emily # Nicole Arnold Joele Miguel Denis Alyssa Fiebrantz Jon Wayne Martin Ben Miller Nick Montecalvo Dreyfoos School Of The Arts Abraham, Anjelica Ahern, Kevin Ahern, Kyle Joseph Bole, Michael Clark Gallagher, Kayla # Gordon, Alexander # Gordon, Ariel # Nadel, Matthew # Perl, Jake ## Wang, Michael ### Yan, Jack ## Angela Anyzeski Javier Mora Ft Lauderdale HS Siegel, Daniel James Wakefield Jupiter HS Bennett, Baylee McGirt, Haleigh # Kristen L. Taylor King HS Bagui, Arpan Kang, Akum ## Kang, Arjan Patel, Riya Nilesh Wood, Kayla David Mills Lake Highland Preparatory Chau, Melissa # Halldin, Arielle Langford, Andrew ## Leckie, Griffin # Sawhney, Tara

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Events 8 L * 7 X X O F W A L X X F Z O Y *

15 Z D D R D S D Z Y U F **** 17 W ***** 9 A O ** 5 L L W S W ** 16 L Y F R O


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

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Student and Instructor Cameron Bonnewell Komul Chaudhry George S Clemens Chris Sprouse John Michael Wascher McArthur HS Flores, Gabriella Ramirez-Calderon, Mayte Sarah Beauchamp Miami Beach Sr HS Adirika, Darlene # Collado-Mesa, Amanda Dominguez, Guido Gualda, Abigail Martinez, Ely Nuryasin, Anna-Maria Peretz, Tali Sherer, Alexander Stein, Jared # Russell Rywell Michael Krop HS Hatch, Jacqueline James, Christina # Eric Jeraci Miramar HS Hicks, Daliss # Strong, Xavier James Payne Newsome HS Bisnath , Rickie Dyer, Alex Ehlbeck, Mary Robin Emery Niceville HS Babin, Skylar Capri Burley, Isabel Marie Clarke, Dylan Sharma, Eshaan Sharma, Simrun # Pauline Buis Nova HS Alarcon, George Avella, Sebastian Bello, Kyleb Bober, Madison Bock, Eleanor # Cotterell, Jordan Cuesta, Nicolas Sebastian Diprima, Nicholas # Fraser, Cornelia # Khan, Rafey # Lieberman, Jacob Walton, Anthony Courtney B. Chipman Christopher Relyea NSU University School Bianco, Grant Eiglarsh, Evan

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Events

*** * ** 1 Q Q 9 O D N D D D N N N *** 19 Z Y * 3 A Y 6 W W W 13 A A W W W 42 N W N N U R N S N N H S 25 F H

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Umansky, Rebekah A Robert Sheard ** Bill M. Thompson * Oak Hall School 1 Liu, Emily Huilin X Zaidi, Kumail X Marna R. Weston Oxbridge Academy Of The Palm Beach 3 Brusie, Alyson N Koeppel, Harrison U Linck, Robert N Seabrooks, Gregory ## S David Childree ** Pine View School 28 Allen, Thomas # W Fitzgerald, Jack ## S Gerulski, Amanda # D Hartnett, Megan D Kolesar, Sloane # D Lichtenstein, Harris Bradley Y Nalluri, Arya D Patel, Gopi N Patel, Shivni N Schimberg, Sy Henry Y Stein, Minnah # H Wang, William # F Zhu, Kevin F Shari Dodd * Pompano Beach HS 1 Bassett-Audain, Beau Q Singer, Matthew Q Florence Petit Ransom Everglades Upper School 14 Lorenzen, Andrew Vincenzo # S Rywell, Marley N Stern, Oliver Louis N Kathleen D. Hamm *** Royal Palm Beach HS 9 Gosling, Ryan ## O Novice Johnson Sarasota HS 26 Caldwell, Richard U Fenner, Drew # N Nguyen, Katelin # N Partee, Ally # R Terri St. John ** St Thomas Aquinas HS 18 Francisco, Jose Nicholas # U Nousari, Yasmine U Uvino, Jessica W Jennifer Kwasman ** Suncoast Comm HS 16 Alkaifi, Kaylah H Traci Lowe *** Timber Creek HS 8 Estrada, Gabriella W Foristall, Kennedy Joy Y Kashif, Emad W

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Student and Instructor Kirwan, Faith Lutz, Brendan ## Nachon, Sofia Turnage, Jared # Wu, Daniel Beth Eskin Marius Tesch Trinity Preparatory School Finkelstein, Elijah Ibssa, Lalee ## Lipton, Alexandra # Mason, Ashley McGain, Barclay Park, Allen Place, Lee # Psik, Ryan Sukserm, Amy ## Thakur, Bhrajit Toscano, James Steven Trapp, Valerie Vuillier, Alissa Zhao, Selena ## Nathan Johnston Dean Rhoads Wellington HS Jacobson, Zachary B # McDaniel, Caramen H. ## Schloss, Brandon K Slaughter, Christopher Yeackley, Connor ## Paul L Gaba West Broward HS Galban, Preston McCann, Isabel Navamuel, Rock Diane Harrison West Orange HS Adlam, Connor Koenig, Makayla Stan Banks Rafael Silva Western HS Barry, Fiona Benbasat, Joshua # Cabeza, Gabrielle # Cabeza, Giancarlo Cimerberg, Jacob # Davis, Dylan # Donnelly , Mickenzie Freyre, Carlos Hurwit, Jared # Inerfeld, Brian Michael Laurence, Jessica # Rodriguez, Nathan Tate, Camille Wasserman, Scott Dario L Camara Nancy Dean

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Events

W D W D L ** 22 U O U A N W N S O Z N R W N ** 18 A W W W W *** 3 D Z D 2 F A ** 12 L D W R R D R W D O D R H W ** **

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor William T Dwyer HS McNamara, Lindsey ### Minsky, Emily # Chiara Caen GEORGIA Alpharetta HS Nguyen, Christina ## Nnaeto, Maya Ramaswami, Karthik # David Gay Sarah Stoffle Archer HS ekwegh, chiamaka Ekwegh, Oluchi Varalla, Richard Brooks Robert Knurek Carrollton HS Harper, Hayden # Johnston, Logan # Reeves, Ruthie # Richard Bracknell Cherokee HS Peterson, John Jamie Wills Columbus HS Anderson, Aidan Thomas Cady, Mariah Georgecink, Samuel Pace, Morgan # Patel, Soumil Tumpalan, Reinhart Lyndsey Hinckley Grovetown HS Brooks, Auna # Brett Carter Rebecca Todd Henry W Grady HS Chanler, Liliana Cooper, PJ Damiani, Bailey Earles, Joseph Fedorov, Gregory ## Fernandez, Francisco E. # Gambill, Harper Goldsman, Denis ## Gray, Harrison Hunter, Olivia Jackson, Taylor Kelley, Kassidy Lombardo, Sam ## Rafferty, Jack Slovensky, Eric Weimar, Theodore Lucas Bailey Mario L Herrera Susan Ramsey Mary (Lisa) E Willoughby

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13 D A D *** 1 Y A R 33 W W W ***** 2 W 3 R Z N N F Y 4 A 28 W N N D F Z N F Z D O Y U N W S **** ***


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Houston County HS Eddy, Avery Eddy, Eli Saymeh, Saed James Herbert Brock Jackson HS Barabas, Laura Adelaid LaChappelle, Connor Emmett Laura LaChappelle Lassiter HS Malik, Hadi Mohammed, Junaid Sartaj Walter Cotter Marist School Adair, Duvall # Plaia, Paul # Vance, Thomas # Jeffrey Miller Abby Schirmer North Atlanta HS Mason, Adejoke ### James Lawrence Jones Eric Mason North Cobb HS Robinson, Grant Rebecca Zavala North Hall HS Williams, Brandon Steven Wang R W Johnson HS Corso, Pilar # McKinney, Patrick Sherry McKinney Charity Wang Rome HS Conrad, Jack Angelica Virginia Delzer Sequoyah HS Ambriz, Natasha Jocelyn Ambriz, Valerie Crayton, Nyla Yodit Fricia, Nick Evan Matthew Scott Bartula Starrs Mill HS Holt, Tyler Hynson, Madi King, Michael Martin, Madison Phan, Quynh Sean Hickey Brandon Kendall Valdosta HS Asebiomo, Fola Barnett, Amelia Childress, Patrick Joseph # Grant, Marquis # Kang, Albert Park, Chunjin

(GA - HI) Notes

Events

3 L W W * 4 Q W 8 U W 5 X U X ** 3 L 2 O 2 W 2 S W 4 H 4 W W W L * 17 N N Y O L * 2 D H D W W D

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Patel, Mansi Patel, Roopa # Plumb, Katherine Tillman, Walker Dane Pamela Childress Brianna Lashae Crockett Warner Robins HS Venditti, Bela Walde, Rebecca Kathryn Amanda Marie Bone Robert Ansel Walker

Notes

Events

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HAWAII Aiea HS 6 Bartolome, Cortez McKenna # U Frazier, Anthony U Muse, William R Alexander Moore Chelsea M. Yagi Iolani School 35 Rivers, Samuel N Sohn, Matthew # F Stevenson, Maria N Lauren Morimoto Kamehameha Schools 35 Akamu, Cade R Finnegan, Douglas Y I, Ka'ai F Kealoha, Hali'amai ## D Masanobu, Kaleo Green H Murata, Michelle # O Nakamura, Emma D Nichols, Shauna # Y Nunokawa, Hulukoa ## D Rasmussen, Kelvin D Nicholas Ernst Randal W Horobik Kapualani Chelsea Kauhane Parker School 2 Gaglione, Anna X Hubbard, Kirk X Kalahiki-Arnbrister, Hunter O Krall, Susie X Vann, Zoe X Christina Culligan Carl Sturges ** Punahou School 36 Campbell, Christina # A Kim, Emily # H Carol Halbur ** Trinity Christian School 3 Hu, Joshua # L Laurie Wilson University Laboratory School 19 Trevorrow, Coe L Bill and TeterInstructor ** Student Events Waipahu HS 1 Asis, Alani A Shantel Ishii

IDAHO – 216 – American Falls HS Cataluna, Bianca

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(ID) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

Notes

Events

Shantel Ishii IDAHO American Falls HS Cataluna, Bianca Jones, Serena # Lankford, Whitney Dana Facer Bishop Kelly HS Neal, Eli # Paul Wardwell Blackfoot HS Bingham, Danzen Howe, Rashelle # Johnson, Colby Reynolds, Jordan Kristina Buchan Jennifer Shumway Boise HS Brown, Reverie Faucher, Paul Kathryn Campbell Bonneville HS Chapa, Keyra Johnston, Emilee Robert Clayton Borah HS Obeso, Brian Donnie Drobny Capital HS Capps, Wesley Hemphill, Brandon Lotz, Katie Kara L. Smith Centennial HS Garrett, Joseph # Hall, Harrison McDonagh, Eilish Hayden ## Paul Montreuil Century HS Crosby, Dylan Thompson, Cameron Wellard, Arie Kristopher L Boatman Coeur D'Alene HS Butera, Rylan Labriola, Troy # Parr Dal Pra, Hart Shin, David Sorensson, Ryan # Stephanie Lauritzen Columbia HS Frank, Jacob Freitas, Emma Habben, Davia Loper, Dylan Maggard, Zachary Moulton, Kasey Pearl

8 D A D * 6 Y * 49 W R W W 9 X X 26 A W ** 5 L 7 A X X *** 21 D L D 10 X X W 19 H W O W Y ** 4 F S H O W W

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Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Reddish, Kason Reese, Tony # Seibert, Elbie Smoldon, Benjaman Riley Thiel, Avery Rose Tucker B Bates Jeffrey A Stoppenhagen Eagle HS Harrington, Foxx # Houser, John Walker, Titan Herby Kojima Highland HS Bolliger, John Coutts, Conner Gordon Hansen, Katie # Leavitt, Cole Marchetti, Kaden Gino # Smith, Jethro Jacob Robin Christensen Hillcrest HS Boyer, Shelbi Ekker, Gavin Holverson, Rylan # Clifton D Davis Jerome HS Bowman, Xaq Laura Swenson Kimberly HS Armstrong, Saubriannah Gutierrez, Eva Maclean, Ailie Mongetta, Nikki # Kiz Leppert Julie Underwood Lake City HS Ashtiani, Tiger ### Dribben, Lydia Erwin, Ella # King, Jordan ## Larsen, Paisley # Parks, Logan Widmyer-Davis, Tessa Nik Bjurstrom Madison HS Armstrong, Hannah Cook, Kacen D'Evegnee, Holden # Garner, Camille # Garner, Carley Hancock, Samuel ## Kinville, Ryan # McKamey, Rosie Nate, Sam Oliphant, Emily Orme, Kennalee Orr, Isiac # Wolfe, Keegan

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Events W A Z W W * 14 R F U *** 24 L W U Q S W 25 R W R *** 3 F * 6 W A O Z ** 19 A D N Z N R D 31 Y N U N N Q D O W D Y N U


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Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Bruce Benson Mountain Home HS Blackwell, Katie Haeberle, Dante Lazerath Lohmeier, Katheryn Alice Ogaard, Lexi L. # Potter, Logan Anne ## John Petti Mountain View HS Appell , Peyton Callaway, Silas Carter, Harris Jakob Collins, Bradley Calvin Hall, Gabriel Luke, David Oleen Matthews , Aubrey M # Camilla Boylan Pocatello HS McDonald, Elsa Wendy Shelman Renaissance Magnet HS McNay, Kayla Pearce, Sarah Kyra Mauney Ridgevue HS Ogunrinola, Olubukola ## Sarmiento, Sergio Kristen Drew Rigby HS Anderson, Talon Boyd, Zachary Brown, Brianna Corgatelli, Brayden Davis, Dylan Durtschi, Barrett Jones, Bethany Sky Jones, Ruth Ann # Magana, Karla Oswald, Jake Trude, Ryan Jerald # Brock James Sondrup Rocky Mountain HS Bevan, Michaela # Jenkins, Payton Ray McKinney, Joey Tollerud, Baylee Zachary Borman Shelley HS Duffin, Gage Mortensen, Curtis D Satterthwaite, Andrew Savage, Kodee Marcy Curr Skyline HS Casper, Stephen ## Quigley, Liam ## Tyler, Joseph de Oliveira ## Welty, Daniel Keeton

(ID - IL) Notes

Events

**** 9 N R N D D ** 6 S W W H L W Y * 15 R ** 6 N N 1 O U 8 Q N X X X Z X Y N H H 8 Z N W N 11 Z F F Q 25 L S H L

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Christine Hubbard Sugar Salem HS Campbell, Magdalene Fay # Gee, Julianne Owens, Sara Nancy Robinson Timberline HS Ni, Angela Ryu, Jennifer Kara L. Smith ILLINOIS Belleville West HS Brown, Kaylon Cook, Wade Farrar, Cassidy Muchison, Jaylon Reed, Avery Slack, McKenzie Wells, Alayna Adam Jenkins Leigh Reidelberger Russ Reidelberger Julie Schloesser Belvidere North HS Giesecke, Johnathon Milles, Michael Nicole Kroepel Bloomington HS Aydoner, Veli Edwards, Luke Ramsey Hendricks Kayla Pulliam Brandon Thornton Austin Travis Downers Grove North HS Dennis, Ella El-Badawi, Selma Forouhi, Molly ### Scacco, Jack Stark, Charles ## Missy Carlson Bill Fleming Nicole Smith Downers Grove South HS Beirne, Beatrice Copeland, Vanessa ## Guzman, Janella Hernandez, Josh ## Johnson, Rakiya # Koshy, Himal Lawler, Tessa Leys, Brianna # Mejia, Andres Ocuto, Jonah Schafer, Blake Ulch, Grace # Walsh-Rock, Lydia

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21 O D D 3 W R *** 38 W D W W Y D W *** * 2 N N 1 U U

16 N N U L F ** ** 39 O A Z Z U F U H D D D A D


(IL) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Werner, Timothy Windischman, Jessica # Chris Blum Jan Heiteen Justin Matkovich Elighie Wilson Evanston Twp HS Allen, Honor # Brady, Oliver Chaudruc, Daisy Chaudruc, Sofia Davidoff, Jasper Grimsted, Allison Kaushikkar, Nina # Marquardt, Adam Senno, Gabi Sperti, Elizabeth Eric Bump Bumperson Smeelakes Dewey Jeffrey Hannan HooRay Johnson Glenbrook North HS Ben-Isvy, Daniel Chang, Emily Fridman, Nina Good, Anna Jacobs, Jonah # Kussman, Jack Levin, Alana Mnushkin, Ben Ogranovich, Daniel Oh, In Hyeok Seymour, Andrew J Shelley, Julia # Sievert, Katia Tan, Stephanie Torf, Allison Tucker, Ryan Michael Greenstein Sarah H Ilie Stephen Pipkin Amy Ticho Glenwood HS Selvaggio, Asher Kai Siebrass, Keralyn Kenneth A. Carter Hinsdale Central HS Brownell, Reagan # Donlevy, Conor Elman, Claire Horstman, Micky Johnson, Meghan Kospic, Zeljko Mueller, Claire Youngman, Jake # Sasha Boheme Janelle Hoeksema Madeline Mitchell

Notes

Events

D D ** ******* * *** 33 N N N N U W F W W L * 36 X A X D X X X X F F D D Y D H H * * 2 W Y * 10 Y N N H O Z H A

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Student and Instructor

Erin Oechsel Christopher Wilbur Paul Woods Hinsdale South HS Todd, Caroline David Anderson Danny Yuska Hononegah HS He, Maggie Wenhui Matt Mazur Huntley HS Favila, Amanda Moore, Sam Patel, Palak # Patil, Shamika # Stolpe, Sarah Tom George IL Math And Science Academy Agrawal, Gunwati # Brahmbhatt, Zachary # Cao, Bert Liu Demastri, John Hugh Gao, Irena Gumpula, Kaushal Parent, Cassandra Leann Ramakrishnan, Abinaya Megan Xun, Rebecca # Peter Dong Leah Kind John Hersey HS Bowers, Ethan Cohodes, Mady # Miller, Kelly Steines, Shannon John Stanislaw New Trier Township HS Serbest, Birdal Ursula Gruber Megan Nubel Pekin Comm HS Hoyle, Matt Killion, Jordan ## Martin, Leah Probasco, Samantha Redding, Alexander Richmond, Dakota Shayla Hancock David Knapik Scott Pyle Shannon Sandoval Prospect HS Cwanek, Kamila # Graham, Rhegan # Grott, Abigail Howard, Keilyn Jordan, Katherine Langefeld, Delia Lasky, Emily

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* ** 1 Y 1 O 6 Z H A U U * 7 L N X X F X L X N 5 R R S R 51 L 51 D D Z F H R

17 O Z A O D Y Z


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Events

Marshall, Benjamin ## D McDermott, Jimmy ### Y McDermott, Molly ## D Smolenski, Micaela Z Zach, Johnathan # D Jonathan Kaminsky * Scott McDermott *** Michael Piccoli Southland College Prep Charter HS 5 Echols, Kapri O Cheryl Frazier ** Lauren Wells University HS 23 Baird, Travis # N Beam, Allie L Dubravec, Lauren Z Han, James F Hardman, Colin L Harris, Cree # A Heinrich, Simon N Noraian, Emma W Pickering, Caroline H Piker, Logan # O Plumadore, Alex N Rodriguez, Emily # A Spaulding, Austin # W Stamets, Matt # N Taxali, Shaun R Thomison, Natalie O Laurie Ann Adams * Mark Adams ** Rebekah Hoffman Shannon Jean Maney Brian M Rohman Wheaton North HS 27 Cannova, Samuel Y Stan Austin ***** Wheeling HS 17 Hurley, MJ S Michael Hurley *** INDIANA Ben Davis HS Bowman, Richard # Contreras, Rodolfo Flores, Ruby # Gonzalez, Ezequiel ## Lawalin, Tag Oluwayomi, Janet O. Spells, Tiara Breanna Cooper Fred Douse Josiah McCruiston Matt Nichols Gary D. Peters Paul Porter Bethany Christian HS Yeakey, Hannah M. N.

45 Y W W A X X Y **

3 W

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

Notes

Events

Michael Yeakey * Bishop Dwenger HS 2 Cahill, Collin # Z Chad Chenowith Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School 35 Burton, Zev # L Jenkins, Campbell W Kemper, John # U O'Connor, William W O'Sullivan, Kevin ### L Ryan, Margaret N Shaikh, Umayr W Warren, Christian A Wells, Spencer ## N J. D. Ferries-Rowe * William S Hicks ******* Dale Kantz * LeAnn Parson Canterbury HS 13 Collins, Jason # W Piprottar, Akshat U Linda Alt * Carol Anders * Carmel HS 26 Xue, Crystal U Jacleen Joiner Cathedral HS 6 Hutchinson, Sydney Kay # H Kozyrski, John Allen ## S Lowe, Blake W Pohl, Anna W Schultz, Laura Y Christina Gray Jeanne Malone * Samantha O'Conner ** Chesterton HS 46 Balakir, Katelyn G N Balon, Katrina # L Beglin, Natalie # Y Bucher, Dustin X Carden, Karly # A Day, Ryan U Donovan, Paige E. A Friel, Noelle # Y Gaff, Creighton W # R Geiss, Hannah ## L Ghoreishi, Madison Neda F Ghoreishi, Sydney X Hodge, N. Hayden ## N Hogan, Joshua # D Jackson, Bryn Ali Z Petro, Paul # R Portugal, Isabella ## H Scheerer, Nathaniel J. # N Simms, Madison X Smith, Allen H Smith, Angel O Summers, Logan D

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(IN) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Van Drie, James # Wantuch, Connor ## Wilcox, Mark # Wong, Keagan Josh Coots Kayla Fleming Robert Kelly Chris Lowery Dakota McCoy Eric J Schaefer Becky Uehling Columbia City HS Yager, Eric J Scott A. Woodhouse Columbus East HS Finerfrock, Emma Anna Frances Carmon Matthew Rothrock Concord HS Campos, Lucy General, Oa'si Horton, Reed Williams, Davieun Kim Nonnenmacher Jeff Stutzman Fishers HS Alderton, Noah # Balasko, Grace Butler, Maddie David, Lauren ### Gaston, Ana Maria Ho, David Hodes, Evan Jacobs, Olivia # Jud, Zane Kalman, Everett Kluemper, Mason # Marshal, Ally # O'Leary, Connor Wilds, Brayton # Paul J Kennedy Matthew (Matt) Rund Floyd Central HS Conley, Carson ## Ladha, Inaara McCoy, Jeret Daniel McFerran, Audra Leigh McFerran, Brenna Marie McFerran, Charlotte Saltzgaber, Cait Renea Lesley Austin Wallace Austin Hamilton Southeastern HS Edson, Jada Huston, Sam Matthew Pascual, Ana Sun, David Joey Tully, Sophia

Notes

Events

W F N X *** **

39 W * 3 O 15 W D D O * ** 11 W D S U R F F W W D H D D A * *** 8 S N R W W N Y 4 D R Z W D

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Bob Hinshaw Maconaquah HS Anderson, Nathan Stephanie Anderson Mater Dei HS Harrison, Alex David Nagel Munster HS Bleza, Alexandria Fary, Noel Jordan Higgason, Emma Rose Iyer, Shreyas # Johns, Hailey Louise Layous, Tara Meyer, Connor Brooks # Moell, Noah Radjenovich, Maya # Raycroft, Alexandra # Venkat, Easan Villaroman, Mariah Webber, Jaclyn # Whitney, Anna ## Kathleen Boyle Michael Buck Donald Fortner Kathleen Gross Jessica Hilbrich Jordan Mayer Noblesville HS Backs, Madeline # Burch, MaryClare Elliott, Benjamin # VanMeter, Abigail Vastag, Jack # Chase Elliott Evan T. Elliott Joe Peculis Jeremy Starks North Central HS Clark, Jadon Hoegberg, Erick Linn, Marissa # Mukhin, Maksim Obu-Darko, Priscilla Palladino, Lauren ### Bradford Reilly Oak Hill HS Hunt, Bailey Philina Martinez Penn HS Casetti, Nicholas Gatzimos, Zoe Lucero-Dixon, Colin Riley, William Smith, Hannah Yaseen, Renee Yoder, Bryce Zakrzewski, Annie

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Events

22 O 12 W 48 A H Z N Z O N H A O F Y S L ** ** 5 O H W Z U * 43 D F Z W O D 10 A 20 X X R X L X N N


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor David Dutton Dawn Troyer Plymouth HS Edwards, Josie Garver, Garrett ### Haines, Andrew Keller, Nicole Kruyer, Kelsey McKenzie, Trent # Pletcher, Trevor Ramirez, Lexi # Schafer, Bridget # Smith, Katy Zechiel, Samantha Dylan Connor David McKenzie Sarah McKenzie Richmond HS Vedantam, Chithra # Ronnie Swango Silver Creek HS Smith, Cooper Elliot Heather Smith Valparaiso HS Hansen, Meredith Christine Hu, Daniel Aaron Owens, Daniel Patrick Steele, Kaitlyn Margaret # Swallow, Carson # Yu, Elliott John Heather Beach Mary A Fridh West Lafayette HS Carnahan, Timothy Heng, Yi Fei # Jing, Bowen Kuang, Randy Park, Jongjin Ramani, Arjun # Saravanan, Abhi Shao, Jenny # Singhal, Jatin Smith, Thomas A. # Yernool, Suhas D. Ben Carson Aaron P Smith IOWA Ankeny HS Senneff, Anna Luke Schut Atlantic HS Schorle, Sarah Zynda, Trinity Alexander Bales Trisha Niceswanger Bettendorf HS Ambort, Hazel ##

(IN - IA) Notes

Events

*** 38 W U D R W W D D Y D F ****** * 2 Z 1 W 21 W W S U W W **** 37 R N L N S N W N W W L **** 13 S 22 D D 29 W

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Ambort, Lilli ## Cravero, Isabella Davis, Rebecca Del Vecchio, Andrew # DeLacy, Lance # Hazelett, Travis ## Hurd, Marianna ## Jiang, Jason Norwood, Robert ## Poole, Daequan # Quick, Logan # Singh, Yash Wang, Austin # Joe Rankin Kathleen VanTieghem Burlington Community HS Frevert, Katherine Dan Hanson Dale Kurth Davenport-Assumption HS Ballinger, Kaitlynn # Britt, Karly # Steimle, Caitlin ## Steven E. Grubbs Des Moines Roosevelt HS Andersen, Finn Anderson, Sean # Appel, Isaac Appel, Olivia Dainty, Thomas # Gustafson, Sophia # Hildebrandt, Eleanor Johnson, Wyatt Kahl, Madeline # Kallestad, Claire Konfrst, Ellie ## Marks, Jocelyn Theuma, Ben Thompson, Jacob ### Wallace, Claire # Mollie Clark Chase McCool Lauren McCool Anne Wilborn Dowling Catholic HS Cavanaugh, Murphy # Coffey, Aaron # Otting, Joie Sheaff, Elliot J. ### Thelen, Sydney # Vaughn, Benjamin Adam Krell Timothy E. Sheaff East HS - Des Moines Chavez, Joaquin Cooper, Nick Phillips, Noah Jennifer Medina

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(IA - KS) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor John F Kennedy HS Button, Brooklyn Elsheikh, Afnan # Hayes, Andrea # Pattridge, Mackenzie Robinson, Emily Schirm, Olivia Tigges, Shelby Jennifer Brookheart Johnathan Brett Dubois Jesse D Meyer Johnston HS Beebe, Peter # Bujimalla, Prakhyath Djukanovic, Tara ## Lucas, Jack Mohammed, Asiya Rivett, Alexis Silkin, Veronika Snyder, Katherine # Jeremy Fitzpatrick Tyler Stough Muscatine HS Awbrey, Seery Ashley Daniels, Jeramiah # Dipple, Gabriel James Ellis, Ezekiel # Salazar, Daniel Edward Webber, Macey Jo Williams, Destiny Dyann Betsy Aguilar Schrock Davis Schrock North HS Sturgeon, Elise Korey Cantrell Sioux City East HS Perez, Vanessa Prior, Lydia Tidwell, Olivia # Todd, Brittany Marissa Behan West Des Moines Valley HS Day, Parker Gilbert, Trent ### Hurt, Hunter # Joshi, Animesh Kapur, JJ ## Meng, James Thomas-McGinnis, Conal # David McGinnis West HS - Davenport Cousins, Madison Halferty, Wylie # Melendez, Alleyah # Maggie Rietz West HS - Iowa City Ernst, Lauren Krishnamurthy, Pranav #

Notes

Events

2 Y Y W N N F S * 5 W N O N H Z F W * 47 A O H D H O D 15 W 14 O A W H 39 X L X N Y N L *** 38 Z W W 42 X X

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Notes

Student and Instructor

Events

Trepka, Ethan # Wang, Mason Travis Henderson Megan Johnson

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KANSAS Abilene HS Rosebrook, Matthew Wright, Nick Tray Green Blair Waite Dianna Waite Andover Central HS Daily, Grant Jodee Hobbs Luke Roy Augusta HS Bailey, Victoria Ann Hand, Josie Rose Tim Laner Danny Park Bishop Miege HS Byrd, Abigail Demo, Olivia # Wasinger, Robert Wendling, Ryan Melissa Reynolds Renee Schultz Blue Valley HS Ali, Arslan ## Cochran, George # Cotter-Brown, Maili # Gnoza, Maria Hughes, Seth Man, Kevin # Meacham, Kailey # Oleen, Ethan # Riffer, Caitlin ## Slagle, Micah Maddi Duncan Chris Riffer Blue Valley North HS Batrash, Noora Kambhampati, Lasya Kularatne, Mahagani # Ross, Jackson Perry ## Swenson, Rory Vasamreddy, Kritin Max H Brown Blue Valley Southwest HS Edwards, Maverick Fry, Abby ## Kathol, Alexa ## Khan, Danish Lowe, Stephen # Weiner, Sarah Ziegelman, Dean ## John Michael Hardin

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12 F *** 3 D D ** 27 S N N R ***** 30 F Z D D D N D N Y U **** 23 W L F W N N ***** 7 W X W X X O X *


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Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Jared Zuckerman Blue Valley West HS Aravinth, Meera Birzer, Daniel Louis Fortune, Alexander Rhodes Narayanan, Srivats Siva Arianne G Fortune Rusty French Buhler HS Buek, Madison Hickert, Ivan Hummel, Ethan Morton, Marissa Regehr, Allyson Larissa Carter Megan Kline Campus HS Denning, Hanah Rodriguez, Erica Brian Box Caney Valley HS Floyd, Eric # Nelson, Ryan # Marilyn Nelson Dalton Powell Clay Center Community HS Smith, Precious Megan Blackburn Derby HS Graham, Noah Hinecker, Alec Wedel, Trinity Breanne Lynn A Miller Kathleen O'Brien Daniel Saunders El Dorado HS Stenseng, Logan Melisa Wingfield Emporia HS Baldwin, Alexander Richard Persinger, Emma Grace Phan, Tommy Scott Bonnet Fort Scott HS Adams, Joseph ## Adams, Mark Cross, Seth # Gorman, Alexander Humble, Emma Humble, Zachary Lyons, Brooklyn Ngatia, Elizabeth Provence, Isabella # Studyvin, Chloe Sweyko, Rebekah # Toth, Darby ## Toth, Madison Sarah Rainee Bahr

(KS) Notes

Events

** 14 W X A X **** 20 W N F Z N * 25 N N 22 N N 1 W 28 R L S * * 28 U *** 30 L W W **** 18 N L O H D N D D H O Z R D *

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Amber Toth Travis Don Toth Garden City HS Carrasco, Daniel Crone, Macklin # Currie, Amanda # Hebrlee, Gunner # Loya, Kimberly Nguyen, Long Serafin, Amanda # Serafin, Isabel # Unruh, Elizabeth # Unruh, Emily ## Uribe, Rafael Russ Tidwell Great Bend HS Heath, Ashtin # Miller, Aaron # Barbara Watson Daniel Watson Halstead HS Galloway, Kenzie Andrew Bauer Hayden HS Pryor, Isabelle Zachary Dinges John Samqua Hutchinson HS Blake, Annie # Childs, Austin # Glaspie, Alexis Lamunyon, Matt David Bowers Ursela Hemman Justin Parks Independence HS Howland, Annastasia Veronica Burris Kapaun Mount Carmel HS Bolinger, Grace Doolittle, Jacob Esquivel, Gabe ### Hoffmann, Jackson ### Lett, Dominik Ojile, Jordan # Phillips, Robert Rowley, Madeline Salgado, Francisco # Wong, Angelo # Andrew Halverson Mike Alexander Harris Ryan McFarland Nicholas O'Donnell Lucia Scott Lansing Sr HS Bircher, Patrick Michael # Bishop, Olivia Rena Darley, Brynna Corinne #

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Events

** 28 D R X H D X O A X S X **** 33 A H **** 1 W 11 R * 45 X X W Q

9 L ** 14 W W X X X S X W X X

11 X W Y


(KS) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

Notes

Events

Dike, Colin Lloyd # Martin, Nate Edward # Merino, Jacob Hunter O'Donnell, Mackenzie Taylor # Veneziano, Abigail Ann # Wong, Jerry Zhen Yi Carolyn E Cook Sean Patrick Duff Lawrence Free State HS Gordon-Washington, Li Guha, Hirsh Lawrence, Paige Julia ## Pultz-Earle, Ian Shaheed, Meredith # Swanson, Sophia # Elissa Bowen Jason Moore Dylan Robb Michael Shelton Lawrence HS Coté, Jared Coté, Natalie ## Farris, Quentin L Petrovic, Vera # Smith, Bridget C. # Walther, Claire Kelsey Buek Jeff D Plinsky Leavenworth HS Song, Joseph Heather Springer Louisburg HS VanMeerhaeghe, McKenzie Claire Haflich Lyons HS Payne, Annanicole Daniel Dawson Maize HS Erickson, Caroline Kapadia, Meet C Mitchell, Connor P Piros, Hannah I Tice, Hayley J Warner, Matthew J Yates, Quentin P Chad Mercer William Charles Mercer Curtis Neil Shephard Maize South HS Monfared, Kimiya Kayla Marie McLaughlin Wesley Rice Monica Schmidt Manhattan HS Brockman, Trinity Hernandez, Martina Hickel, Caden Joseph Kristal Ann Kleiner

X X D A D X * 11 L Z W W Z F

30 D D Z U W F *** 5 W 2 W 14 W * 14 L R W Y W U R ** 8 H ** 46 W W W

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor McPherson HS Black, Mattea # Chikunya, Ano Bryan Little Brandi McWilliams Aaron Schopper Mulvane HS Carter, Holly Mitchell, Madison Travis, Aidyn Kelly Connelly Jason Mitchell Newton HS Benson, Ashley # Blaufuss, Eli Brown, Erik Kumar, Khalil # Rostetter, Margaret J David Williams Olathe East HS Carr, Anna Day, Sam # Hameed, Sameena ## Ohler, Calvin Sidhu, Avneet Kaur Stacy Goddard Olathe North HS DeBose, Dorian # Harra, Ryan Kaba, Amy Diane Kogo, Alice Shirley, Alyson Wallentine, Zachary ## Richard M. Belske Larry Swanson Michelle Swanson Olathe Northwest HS Aycock, Abigail Budreau, Hannah # Jones, Cameron Larson, Kyra # Shively, Austin ## Svetlak, Evan ## Uddin, Aamer ## Cameron Briscoe Kathy Ingles Eric Skoglund Jessica Skoglund Mark Skoglund Piper HS Lockridge, Emmett Neal, Abigail # Zwart, Jalen Katie Deneault Timothy Leffert Pittsburg HS Casper, Hannah # Edwards, Austin

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Events 26 O O

9 Z A F *** 26 N U N W W **** 17 H U O W W * 25 R S A L W R *** ** 13 H H R S O R F * ** 3 O W W * 18 Y U


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Garzone, Haley Harris, Isaiah # Johnson, Cooper Konopelko, Nicole Marler, Leyton Mathew, Gina ## McCauley, Emeral Sours, Walter Valley, Haylee Mary Geier Julie Laflen Shea McLaughlin Salina High Central Brown, Moses Alanzo Dao, Sandy # Lytle, Aaron A. Miller, Chally R # Glenn M Nelson Ava Owen Nicholas Owen Salina South HS Escobedo, Alvaro Jones, Gavin Hunter Logan, Robyn Leigh Vasquez, Santiago Max Megan L. Hagaman Seaman HS Belt, Noah Charity, Cameron # Faulkner, Thomas # Guzman, Errick # Kuti, Zachary Stanley, Emily # Andrea Marshbank David C Ralph Shawnee Heights HS Benson, Kayla Roseann Henessey, Elizabeth Marie Hannah Johnson Mallory Raugewitz John Williams Shawnee Mission East HS Camp, Carson Colvin, Grant Hawes, Trenton # Rodriguez-Hanley, Nicolas Semrick, Jet Trey Witt Shawnee Mission North HS Ruzich, Tyler Daniel Maggie Bernard Joshua Dale Meagan Deutch Shawnee Mission Northwest HS Ellis, Ashley Kantner, Julianna Kuffour, Julian Marvine, Joshua

(KS) Notes

Events

R X X S X U F X Y * 37 A Y F S ****** *** 33 U L Z W * 23 U D A D H F ** 22 S W

39 A H W L W ** 23 U

20 N N X U

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Osei, Emmanuel Ottinger, Lily ## Shroff, Mihir Ken King Julianne London Phil Volen Shawnee Mission South HS Chan, Kenny # Romo, Cinthia # Natalie King Shawnee Mission West HS Empson, Brianna Rosanne Lawler Silver Lake HS Austin, Claire Nagy, Keith # Michelle A. Taylor Southeast HS - Wichita Carlson, Christopher Huynh, Thinh Stan Smith Nelson L Warren Spring Hill HS Kaechele, Nicholas Oberkrom, Joel Straw, Tyshaun # Amanda Ford Brendan Schmitz Mariah Schwager St James Academy Mendoza, Stacia Antionette Ishmael St Mary's Colgan HS Dunlavy, Gracee Spiers, Megan Tony Sanchez Sumner Academy Bush, Brandon # Folsom, Simon Franklin, Michael ## Lowe, Marley # Sonna, Paukhansuan ## Jamelle M Brown The Independent School Bales, Antonio # Mcintire, Max Rowley, William Scott Huggins Topeka HS Ashley, Isabel Marie # Church, Hunter James Cruz, Elizabeth Simone Hatesohl, Madeline Grace Johnson, Isaach # Johnstone, Matthew S. Reed, Jesse L Thoeni, Benjamin K Warfield, Kalese Devon #

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N X N *** 37 D D * 43 W *** 30 W S 31 Y H **** **** 4 S H W

3 Z * 8 A S 25 A L Y O Y ** 2 Z D D 49 Z N A R H N R W O


(KS - KY) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Zhang, Benjamin L. Randall Baldwin Dustin Rimmey Sam L. Schumann Topeka West HS Gorton, Jenna Shavey, Matthew Matthew Baer Andrew Lake Trinity Academy Atteberry, Kathryn Grace # Koster, David Wilson, Cole Wesley Cornett Amy Jo Johnson Valley Center HS Pollard, Ashlynn Gavin Couvelha Washburn Rural HS Alvarez, Brenda Babin, Olivia Crater, Isabelle Dimitriu, Petre Eitutis, Ethan J. Emler, Peyton R. ## Kessler, Grace Khan, Harun Nam, Hyerim Park, Jimin E. Peter, Raina Peter, Serena K. # Rasmussen, Kathryn # Robertson, Hailey D. ## Sims, Nicholas Wu, Thomas S. Cynthia A Burgett Steven Davis Timothy Ellis Robert D. Owens Wichita Collegiate Upper School Ruan, Tiffany Rodney Wren Wichita East HS Ahmed, Saniya R. ## Ajmera, Maitri Do, Nathan Trong Gonzalez, Ammeriahya Gunter, Cole B. # Karmarkar, Tanvi Kiragi, Aditi R. Le-Huynh, Kassie T. Lee, Nivin R # Nguyen, Quan M. Ochoa, Monica # Owens, Jay # Real, Justin M. Shah, Sarwa Yust, Noah L.

Notes

Events

Y * * * 30 W W * 6 A W Q 24 W * 33 F O D U X X N X D X N X Y X Z L ****** ****** * ** 3 Z * 31 Y N A W L W N O R U F O W W W

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Students and Coaches

Notes

Student and Instructor

Events

Zachary R. Brown Joseph Fellers Vickie Fellers Zubair Khan Mateen Z. Shah Stella Yang

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KENTUCKY Beechwood HS Ratliff, Lauren # Molly Kathleen Seifert Bethlehem HS Breunig, Matthew Reed Brown, Alexander Michael Jenny M. Neel Boone County HS Hays, Leanne # Waters, Adrianna # Erin Edwards Emily Kemp Bowling Green HS Vaughan, Cole Janet Martin Amy Vaughan Danville HS Anderson, Abigail ## Ballard, Matthew Hall, Charles Sheene, Grace # Margaret Jenkins Beth Marlowe Steve Meadows DuPont Manual HS Bultman, Brendon Hanson, Benjamin # Erica Cooper Gatton Academy Freeman, Callie # Lynette Breedlove Hazard HS Williams, Taylor Jean Helen Williams-Wicker Henry Clay HS Amato, Shelby Kathryn Byerman, Amanda Martin Clark, Samuel Bennett George, Rebekah Hope Merritt, William Thomas Pallos, Valerie Jane Ryan Ray Murray HS Brown, Anna Cate # Jones, Brynn Smart, Marina Michael Robinson North Oldham HS Donelson, Erin Schumacher, Spencer

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Notes

Events

White, Jack Rosemary Cundiff Brown Paul Laurence Dunbar HS Ma, David # Neomia Areetta Hagans Flores Rowan County Sr HS McKinney, Jasarae Blue Newsome, Corey Hayden # Whittaker, Jordan Lee Ryan Lee Brown Anne M Patrick John Thompson Trinity HS Romines, David Jacob Winrich, Cooper Randal Perkins Amy M Zuccaro LOUISIANA Acadiana HS Andrus, Victoria # Aubrey, Kevin Masey Hammons Jacob Leger Cecilia HS Latiolais, Seth Norma M Harman Comeaux HS Allbright, Paige Broussard, Quest # Camp, Colby Darby, Destiny Graham, Maggie Jones, Ashlyn # Nykanen, Brooke Ratliff, Tayland # Sandra L Broussard Jacob Simon Dutchtown HS Vinnett, Mya Shannon Ehrmann Holy Cross School DePriest, Alex # Ensminger, Leland Langford, Toran ## Marx, Ian # Naquin, Daryl Sadhwani, Roshan ## Swift, Jeffrey # Young, Benjamin Ziegler, Blake Byron R. Arthur Warren P. Johnson Miranda Le Isidore Newman School Agrawal, Rajan # Arenas, Laura # Gold, Sydney

S 6 F 30 D D O * 4 L S * 22 O R 12 Y ** 30 D O D H Z U Z A ***** 1 S 9 S A W W N L N W W ** * 26 X U W

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Student and Instructor Kanner, Max # Lynch, Royden # Qi, Kevin Rufin, Claire Whalen, William # Xiang, James # Zheng, Shuzheng # Greg Malis Alma J Nicholson Jesuit New Orleans HS Colon, Jaime # Souther, Andrew # Ian Gunn Lafayette HS Murray, Bria Shane Guilbeau Riverdale HS Selim, Samaa Dominic Clust Ruston HS Blackstock, Trevor Ramachandran, David ## Matthew Moore Teurlings Catholic HS Brazda, Sophia Duncan, Jessica Duplessis, Peyton McKenzie, Katie ## Zeek, Nicholas Arielle Latiolais Craig Wall MAINE Bangor HS Baldacci, Caroline E. # McDonald, Sydney V. # Joseph Pelletier Brunswick HS Holt, Logan # Hughes, Emma Krutul, Julia # Kris Deveau Thomas W Sheehy Deering HS Nguyen, Conrad O'Meara, Glynis Sheehy, Chris Smith, Alex # Todd, Spencer Brian Dodge Falmouth HS Bull, Caitlyn Michaud, Hannah Jessie Grearson Maranacook Community School Dunn, Tyler Amy Patton Trunnell Orono HS

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L X R H W X X ** * 27 N N 39 Y ** 18 W 9 W F 24 D O W F D

22 R S ** 22 U D D * 13 W W N W N 7 O Z 20 W * 14


(ME - MA) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Walker, Jessica # Victoria Gram Scarborough HS Stewart, Quinn A. ## Emily Carter Gerald Hebert Benn Sither York HS Eneman, Benjamin Moshe Michele M Adams MARYLAND Loyola-Blakefield HS Ghirardelli, Joseph Pejo, Jon Piparo, Casey # Pongchit, Alex Price, Anthony Redrick, Patrick Scaletta, Luke # Steckel, Giovanni # Charles Donovan Kurt Mannion Andrew Frank Monteleone Steve Moss Marriotts Ridge HS Crawford, Caroline Crawford, Quinn ### Liu, Yixuan # Mann, Julia # Monty Crawford Richard Montgomery HS Brover, Liza Todd E Stillman The Gunston School Phillips, Sutter John Lewis Walt Whitman HS Akinyoyenu, Valerie # McCartin, Elisa Mehrotra, Rabhya Gabe Delsol Harrison Hurt Colin O'Brien Nathan Witkin Wilde Lake HS Berland, Alex Kelli M Midgley Winston Churchill HS Heshmat, Adlee Velikanov, Alexander Mary Dempsey Jamie L Kimbrough-Groves MASSACHUSETTS Bancroft School Sheldon, Chelsea

Notes

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A 18 S * 2 L

18 A Y A X D D Y X ** ** 6 Q L L O 1 Q 1 L 38 A N N

3 H 9 S F

4 Y

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Events

Chris Sheldon ** Pam Sheldon Boston Latin Academy 4 Burke, Mosie # X Forges, Falianne X Pasiewicz, Maryanne # X Stuppard, Tayo X Rane Baldwin Mary Dibinga Paul Eaton Boston Latin School 3 Bansal, Umang W Keith West Catholic Memorial School 18 Delaney, John D Esposito, Johnny # W Sanders, Brendan # D Spear, Kevin S Anthony K. Cavet **** Robert Croteau *** Davenchy Erilus Lexington HS 29 Bhangle, Devanshi X Blatt, Talia X Leung, Ryan L Zhang, Patricia L Sheryl Kaczmarek **** Milton Academy 43 Upton, Alexandra E A Patrice Jean-Baptiste ** Natick HS 21 Avalos, Andrew R Foley, Emma A Gagnon, Charles R Vrotsos, Luke ## S Sarah Donnelly * Amanda Parker Needham HS 18 Kurd, Sofia ## W Lively, Elizabeth ## W Adam Nir Paul J Wexler *** Newton South HS 19 Aguilar, L. Karina N Albert, Devika M N Anderson-Krim, Benjamin Soren F Bassett, Aidan S. # Y Borak, Lily G. D Cable, Juliet Y Davis, Malcolm C. ## W Ding, Lee O Dinoor, Yuval Y Dudani, Rhea # D Gamburg, Mitchell L N Hu, Tianchen David F Mann, Varun G. U Timbers, Benjamin N. F Upneja, Ayush N

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Events

Joshua Cohen Felisa (Lisa) T. Honeyman James E. Honeyman Alan K. Tannenwald Roxbury Latin Steinberg, Andrew Robyn Steinberg Sacred Heart HS Hu, Yuanhao Turner, Kayla Turner, Kory ## Daniel Sapir Shrewsbury HS Harris, Ben # Hruskoci, Paulina Mahowald, Seth # McCollum, Maya Meraj, Shazeb Peng, Sophia Radkowski, Emily Sarnie, Jared Shanmugan, Harini # Singh, Prisha Stewich, Will Su, Zitong Ural, Suchir Scott Caron Marc Rischitelli Waring School Horan, Tristan Kelly, Jack Timothy C Averill MICHIGAN Bloomfield Hills HS Ashtari, Adrian Butler, Mycah Moraitis, Debra Ramsey, Emma Catherine Daneshvar Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School Curran, Sam Lin, Konnie Zhen, Derreck Pam Gardner Grand Rapids Christian HS Billiau, Seth ## Brian Karsten Steve Tuit Greenhills School Bagenstos, Harry ## Kazanjian, Powel ## Samuel Bagenstos Barbara Ebeling Portage Central HS Cincilla, Christina Jane Harpenau, Mitchell Arthur Hart, John

* *** ** 1 Y 21 L O O ** 47 A Z W U H Z Z H D D H W U **** 1 N N ****** 1 A O H Y 3 N F N 9 F * 3 N N 17 U A D

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Ledbetter, Darius Kaghen Miller Theresa Mills Roeper School Kretchmer, Emma # Dan Jacobs Jody Lipton Saline HS Yousif, Kathryn Linda Badri Washtenaw International HS Bertcher, Katie Freedman, Miriam Korkmaz, Asia Mian, Zayd Ahmad Raza, Sarah Jamie Morgan MINNESOTA Andover HS Bullock, Connor Omer, Anne Slavik, Jack Daniel Bordwell Emilie Buesing Michele Fennick-Pinkham Noah Hansen Sarah Matz Anoka HS Riley, Owen Lucia Martin Apple Valley HS Anderson, Kenan Doty, Claire ## Ek, Trinity # Galchutt, Emilia Grambo, Sarah # Michaelson, Jane ## Ngwu, Uzoma Rotty, Arianna Sanders, Zakkiyah Schliesing, Sydney Williams, Rickey Rick Cahail Brundage Dan Hodges Luke Ostrander Caitlin Reikowski Chris Theis Scott Voss Tzitel Voss Pam C Wycoff Jamaka Young Blaine HS Belec, Laura M. # Checinski, Jason Gustafson, Evan T. # Omar, Abbas Cody Goodchild

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D 2 O 2 Z 2 H D D U Y

6 S Y U

12 L 38 L D Z Z Z Y O A D O Y * ** * ******* 9 U R S R


(MN) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Alex Gray Jacob Tambornino Mark Thul Bloomington Jefferson HS Klein, Ian William # Scott Sieling Brainerd HS Chock, Julia Mendez, Andrew Meyer, Patrick ## Norquist, Luke # Schmidt, Camryn ## Schuld, Madi # Stokes, Daniel ## Dave Pritschet Champlin Park HS Daniel, Raajii Choroke McMahon, Calvin ## Samey, Priscilla Summers, Benjamin Cornell Katrina Snell Zachary Wefel Katie Widestrom Chanhassen HS Buisman, Sam # Ewald, Ava Frye, Hailey Grabner, April Price, Thomas Rockhold, Elijah # Senske, Jack Kiley Eichelberger James Fedje Josiah Lotz Travis Rother Tony Stauber Chaska HS Quinn, Patrick # Beverly Diles Eagan HS Albert-Stauning, Emily Bechard, Jack Drucker, Joshua Filonowich, Paul Flowers, Nautica Goren, Elsie Groven, Joshua Herbrand, Jenna # Lutz, Aaron J Nguyen, Tram # Pankow, Benjamin ### Purohit, Raj # Quick, Gregory Ravichandran, Subhashree Sabel, Elizabeth Scheller, Jason Smith, Rylee ## Standal, Rachel #

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*** 33 R ** 25 W W W N F W N ** 9 R L A L * 8 U Z Z D H Y D *** ** 20 A * 28 O H D O R Z Y D X Y U N X S X U N Z

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Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Stanton, Linnea # Joni Anker Damon Brook Ross Eichele Seth Hammond Christopher McDonald Max Minsker Jodene Wartman East Ridge HS Ahmann, Jane Bi, Kevin ## Edgerton, Tre # Johnson, Daniel Martin, Lindsay Olson, Ben Walker, Quintin Yang, Alex Zhang, Alicia # Alex Carlson Katie Carlson Katie Scholz Eastview HS Abram, Ross # Mansur, Osman Todd W Hering Zachary Prax Eden Prairie HS Fox, Ben Pearson, Sally Sonbarse, Shreyas # Neeraj Ajgaonkar Matt Byrne Jason Meyer Edina HS Chao, Connie Jones, Tanner Ma, David Mangalick, Saumya Zu, Richard Tim Greenfield Elk River Sr HS Brayden, Elizabeth Clausen, Dylan Allison Harmer Hawley Public Schools Parenteau, Andraya # Kim Jeral Briana Louise LaVine Lakeville North HS Davis, Lauren Gallagher, Noah # Hjort, Grace # Lingen, Kelly # Muchiri, Dennis Mutebi, Chloe Nguyen, Vanessa # Pete, Johnathan Schetnan, Noah

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Events X ***** * ** * *** ** 4 W F O R W W H U F * * * 20 F F **** ** 10 D D F * 34 F U N S N 1 Y S 3 H * 26 Y L A H Z O D D H


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Schiefelbein, Andrea Shoemaker, Olivia ## Weinstein, Joshua Jennifer Baese Stephanie Butler Meg S Krekeler Deserea Niemann Yatesh Singh Natalie Sintek Charlie Stokes Elizabeth Vieira Lakeville South HS Mills, Andrew Deserea Niemann Maple Grove Senior HS Jacobson, Kevin # Mudgett, Nina Rain Srinivasan, Shruthi Cody Dorumsgaard Minnetonka HS Newell, Anna Nathan Van Dyke Moorhead HS Anderson, Jessica ## Beach, Simon # Bedore, McKensie # Church, Alex # Dahlberg, Abby ## Grollman, Ariana # Klindt, Sophia Klostriech, Skyler # Larson, Anna Larson, Izzy # McManamon, Bridget Solwold, Devon # Stoltenow, Kenan Charles Andrew Eilola Rebecca Meyer-Larson Benjamin Taylor Andrew Tichy Matthias Valan Orono HS Giovanis, Sophia # Jason Davidson Julie McMerty Robbinsdale Cooper HS Necas, David Peter # Richard Brynteson Rocori HS Barker, Jenna Ashley Lanae Barker Christine Barker Rosemount Sr HS Sauvageau, Andrew Senthil, Jason Stefanko, Michael # Rachel A. Baumann Cort G. Sylvester

(MN - MS) Notes

Events

Z F A ** ** * * * 10 Q 6 R N N 3 Q 35 Y F Z H D H D D Z D U D D ****

4 A * 10 L ** 2 A 25 X L X * **

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Student and Instructor

Roseville Area HS Bartkaitis, Vakare Hamerski, Sam ## Peterson, Maia # Sobieck, Jason Jessica Fedje Megan Helmick Bret Hemmerlin South HS - Minneapolis Ferguson, Gabe Ferguson, Josiah Mebrahtu, Eiset Nelson, Townes Phi, Ben Stebbings, Marie Chris Stinson Erick Taggart Kendall Witaczek St Cloud Tech HS Handley, Lexi Hinnenkamp, Isaiah Simon, Georgina # Karmin Schraw St Croix Preparatory Academy Nelson, Alex Matthew Davis St Paul Academy & Summit School Askari, Adnan Bijwadia, Shefali ## Katz, Numi Konstan, Benjamin Laird-Raylor, Ned Toghramadjian, Raffi ## Wheaton, Sarah # Bilal Askari Heather Fairbanks Thomas M. Fones Aaron Shulow The Blake School Aggarwal, Anish Barra, Nicolas Bhavsar, Nirayudh Grossman, Ellie ## Jude, Joel Mathews, Cole Mirza, Anika Shekhar, Aditya # Yu, Connor # Sandra J. Berkowitz Shane Stafford Christian Vasquez Walker HS Burpo, Emma Koring, Matthew # Stewart Wilson MISSISSIPPI Desoto Central HS

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Events 36 H D D A *

** 19 X X X X X X

16 O A O ** 1 L 13 N N N N S N N * **** 41 W N W N W W N W N ** ** 21 A H ** 2


(MS - MO) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Nelson, Atticus ## Nelson, Silas # Gianna Castoria Emily Nelson Hattiesburg HS Anderson, Kerrington # Collins, Derek ### Gavin, Emori Li, Kelly Parker, Ben # Sayre, Owen Wilson, Crystal # Raphael Scott Waldrop Laurel Christian School Horne, Sabine ## Shoemaker, Rachel Thompson, Taylor # Tibbs, Rachel Anita Boyd Madison Central HS Bethea, John # Hall, Selah Rigney, Maeve Styres, Jessica Rachel Clapper Murrah HS Araujo, Matthew Johnson, Jamil Morrisey, Evan Navas, Jose # Micah Everson Khari Johnson Carlos Rucker Alliyah Taylor Oak Grove HS King, Wade Silva, Tristan Wallace III, John Fremont # Zaninelli, Gian-Luigi # Shane Cole Oxford HS Maddigan, Eric Francis Barbara Lowe Pascagoula HS Harry, Quintin Alexander Courtney Lawler Jessica P. Wilkinson Petal HS Amacker, John Brady # Baggett, Logan Lyon, Mason Payne Montgomery, Jaelin Imanni Nicholson, Mallory # Kelly Clark Garner Skye Morgan Ridgeland HS Green, Victoria Bonnie Ballard

Notes

Events

N N 35 D D D S D W O *** 10 U Y W Y **** 5 S O W Z * 10 X W X R *

14 H N N W ** 2 W * 5 W * 18 R F W H Z *** 8 A

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Sacred Heart Catholic School Jordan, Nyah Miller, Cameron Pierce, Sarah Berry Sciolino, Virginia Wade, Alex Monica Salda St Andrew's Episcopal School Bhatt, Ishan # Dhar, Arko McHale, Bailey # Minor, III, James Douglas Till, III, Glen Kermit # Yousuf, Faraaz Darin M. Maier Jharick Shields Ruth E. Taylor MISSOURI Belton HS Acosta, Brenna Coburn, Delorom Hinojos, Rafael Mays, Trey Lee Williams, Amanda Leigh Steven Ellis Blue Springs HS Berger, Jamie Callahan, Courtney Danaher, Katelin # Hinton, Noah # Johnson, Kaitlyn Lewis, Daniel Otiato, Mercy Shull, Caleb James Williams, Taylor # Adam Higgins Jacquelyn Young Blue Springs South HS Blachford, Hunter # Coonce, Katie # Giles, Cooper Wayne # Leith, Henry Loos, Isabelle Main, Casey # Patterson, Miranda Pycior, Aubrey Kelli Morrill Katie Rucinski Bolivar R 1 HS Behnke, Isaac Cornell, Makenzie Hovey, Abigail Jo Lamb, Dillon Phipps, Jonathan Shields, Amanda Courtni Samuel Ethan Samuel

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Events 7 O W L F A 21 L X L R U X ** *

18 W W W W W * 37 O A D D D S Y F D **** 22 N H N A D Z D A ***** ** 13 L N W N H W


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Clint Wooderson Branson HS Junck, Lance Allen ## Debbie Smith Bronaugh HS McNeely, Gavin Leanda Shaw Camdenton HS Zaretzky, Emily # Tom Martin Carthage HS Calhoon, Dylan # Christianson, Anna # Christianson, Megan # Cochran, Emerson Huntley, Maquelle # Kaup, Jessica # Kennedy, Grace Thomas, Jessica # Norman Carr Caraline Cunningham Bryan Whyte Cassville HS Gray, Tempest Hodge, Levi Padilla, Olivia # Whitham, Jake # Talana D. Hinson Central HS - Springfield Barber, Samuel Colt Belt, Abigail Grace Elkady, Nadine # Fruge, Adrian Jade Gonzalez, Kelly Hamilton, Jesse S Lai, Isabel # Lawson, Lauren Skye # Lee, Andrew W ## McGrail, August # Ollis, Sabrina K Parvarthaneni, Adeesh Parvathaneni, Asha # Reaves, Victoria A # Su, Jeffrey Wiles, Reagan Xu, Rafael # Kristen Gammon Jack D Tuckness Central HS - St Joseph Shewell, Devon Katherine Schwartz-Drowns Clayton HS Baugh, Maggie Blair, Jacob Hyrc, Marysia # Sehizadeh, Auriann Daniel Glossenger Justin Seiwell

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Events

* 7 O ** 1 H 16 Z *** 24 N N N Y A N R L * ** 19 O R S A * 39 X W R X X Z L S H A W U U F R A X *** ****** 8 S * 27 Z Y U O * *

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Student and Instructor

Notes

Events

Columbia-Hickman HS 17 Chambers, Rose L Kariuki, Secunda # A Jason Huether Sandra Welty Francis Howell North HS 13 Baker, Audrey # D Fletcher, Bryce # D Randy Pierce ******** Glendale HS 32 Borbas, Alexa Madison W Harris, Grant Austin # N Harris, Paige Katherine F Hewitt, Jeremy N Hoogstraet, Gillian Morgan # X Indyk, Magdalena Rose # W Jones, Chloe Grace N Kelly, Margaret Briann # U Noble, Gunner Christopher X Stroud, McGwire Craig W Wotring, Caleb Jordan N Sonya Hohnstein Lexi Hunt Allen Sutton * Gloria Deo Academy 5 Acorn, Seder Synthia A Melanie Popovich Independence Chrisman HS 47 Bowman, Nicolette Z Bunce, Shawn W Harris, Lacey L Shelia Holt **** Independence Truman HS 38 Allgood, Derek X Petentler, Madeleine X Rojas, Elijah # X Ruz, Lorinda X Williams, Jaggard A Christine M Adams ***** Jamie Rena Yung Jefferson City HS 24 Bartlett, Kelsey Z Blotevogel, Catherine O Henrickson, Will H Huston, Mitchell H Liao, Lucy ## X Manda, Michael ## L Nketiah, Leticia Adjeiwaa Y Waggoner, Michael X Jordan D. Hart * Kristi Moore Joplin HS 31 Nielson, Grace Z Petersen, Megan L Rahiyan, Sajid Y Bobby Stackhouse * Kickapoo HS 42 Block, Noah R

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(MO) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Braithwaite, Kelise Davis, Mckenna Elliott, Whitney Rothschild, Connor ## Sweaney, Zoe Thomas, Kadie # Waring, Jace Whitcher, Tylor Allison Armstrong Jon Marc Baney Ladue Horton Watkins HS DiAntonio, Noah # Dyson, Levi Kornfeld, Max Liu, Albert Liu, Olivia Masaki, Hale Mutic, Maya ## Naughton, Patrick ## Rickey, Aramis # Siegel, Ande Wu, Edward # Molly K. Beck Shawn F Briscoe Rich McCollum Kathleen Mercury Lebanon HS Collins, Jacob Patterson, Genevieve Rhoads, Chansey Karissa Y Talty Lee's Summit North HS Crossley, Taylor K. Davidson, Zander Kemper, Alexa # Lewis, Xavior G. Okonkwo, Ike S. # Schreckler, Dillon Stanford, Cydni Stegmann, Maddie Benjamin D Jewell Rachel Russell Lee's Summit West HS Benedetti, Jakob Cousin, Indea D # Evans, Zach Gilbert, Peyton # O'Connor, Margaret K Williams, Caroline Matthew R Good Liberty North HS Austin, Haley Blackwell, AnnaLynn # Carr, Courtney # Jackson, Jordan Keller, Isaac # Lozano, Jacob # Neal, Sydney

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Events

Q F S F O Z W R * * 37 X R F R Y U X X X H S * ** 3 W D D 16 F U N Q N F H H *** * 10 X L R X X X *** 7 H D O N N F N

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Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Newton, Macgyver ## Paulson, Conner ## Potterf, Elizabeth Seley, Madelyn Smith, Cameron ## Stephenson, Carman # Tinkham, Bryce # Van Dyne, Madeline Williams, Garrett Kim Lenger Sean Nicewaner Liberty Sr HS Brown, Weston Cree, Lexie Daniels, Lynsie Day, Molly Drewry, Jacklyn Henson, Addison Johnson, Andrue Kenney, Emma # Phillips, Corben Potter, Alison Sanders, Hannah # Schaller, Natalie ## Tim Baldwin Mick Turpin Marquette HS Pang, Rachel Svirnovskiy, Gregory Kylie Wurgler Marshfield HS Cole, Roman Matthews, Emily Rader, Parker Greg Holtschneider Kevin L. King Maryville R-II HS Merrill-Jones, Makaylah L. Townsend, Hannah R. # Samuel P Ferris Trudy K. Kinman Mehlville HS Babic, Ajla Mujkic, Ajla Daniel E Tienes Kathleen Tienes Metro Academic & Classical HS Murali, Adhitya Shawn F Briscoe Colyn Gremaud Mexico HS Given, Riley James Kristofferson, Andrew Sara M Given Neosho HS Cargile, Chelsi Cooley, Ian # Dunbar, Clifford Wyatt

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Events N D N Q U N A U H *** **** 26 D L O D W S R X Z W X L * 19 R R 12 Y D D ** * 10 R R *** 2 N N 1 W ** 6 D D * 44 D X R


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Holcomb, Jacob Houk, Hayden # Minton, Taylor Nicole # Pursley, Katelyn Stanko, Dana Lynn Timberlake, Jalen Van Sickle, Spencer Wallis, John Alisha Morris David L Watkins Laura L Watkins North Kansas City HS DeWitt, Caleb Amanda L. Dolinger Oakville Sr HS Azad, Sohrab Conners, Gabriel Lamar, Shaun # Mohabbat, Aaron # Westwood, Ryan Erica Brown Edward G. Taylor Ozark HS Neely, Brandon Chad Fergerson Briea Williams Park Hill HS Elder, Jackson Hayes, Matthew Krump, Maya McFee, Jacob Simon, Ethan Szala, Lauren Tuimauga, Benjamin Young, Parker Zaerr, Gavin Donald Crabtree Spencer Culver Kyle Howe Tyler Unsell Park Hill South HS Amthor, Jonathan Banks, Asa Frederick, Regan Frye, Seth Komar, Sarah Mueller, Madeleine # Peek, Mara Jennifer Holden Parkview HS Williams, Emory Michael Andrew Hart Chris Rothgeb Parkway Central HS Heiman, Jennifer # Mahoney, Ariella ## Scannel, Maddy # Rob Proffitt

(MO) Notes

Events

Students and Coaches

S X X D U U X F ***** 40 A 17 N O L F N ** 16 Y * 36 R N Z N H D D U W ********* ** ** 17 W W W W Y W W *** 49 O 29 N A N *

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Student and Instructor Parkway South HS Chan, Brandon # Pilon, Brian Michael Hachmeister Matt Morris Parkway West HS Buddi, Aditya Calvert, Jesse Ma, Cheryl O'Connor, Ryan Petev, Peter # Tarakanova, Liza # Cara Borgsmiller Heather Mudd Pattonville HS Bolton, Jordan # Hughes, Ethan Jennifer Raymond Platte County HS Klingele, John # Taylor J Ambrosi Dana Hale Raymore-Peculiar HS Moulder, Austin Rene ## Russell, Dalton # Warters, Audrey Woodward, Connor Karla S. Penechar Todd Schnake Raytown HS Bagunu, Romeo ## Mark Harris Raytown South HS Guzman, Brandon Turner, Sydni Kristy Hensley Maureen Woods Reeds Spring HS Bishop, Sarah # Dupas, Megan Waters, Brennan Nathan Harmon Republic HS Latamondeer, Phillip Andrew Tyson, Makenzie Sarah E Petroff Rock Bridge HS Cover, Will Ford, Chase Hu, Sonya Wells, Rebecca Nick Benham Benjamin Niewoehner Rockhurst HS Jungmeyer, Kaelan Glen Radosevic, Maguire # Phillip R. Helt Savannah R3 HS

Notes

Events 30 W S ** 43 W W N N W W * 38 N N 6 F *** 19 O Q Y L ** *** 35 U ******* 30 O R * 14 H D D 18 F Z 7 U L F W 42 R S 18


(MO - MT) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Davis, Nathan # Hunter, Katrin # Cody Proctor Cramista Volz Staley HS Alam, Sumaiya # Shah, Mohammad # Shiloh Dutton Summit Christian Academy Healy, Connor Healy, Corbin Price-Dukes, Courtney ## Sparks, Ryan Worden, Perry Mike Evans The Pembroke Hill School Gorny, Elizabeth Jetmore, Jillian Jonnalagadda, Pallavi Jovanovic, Marko Mitchell, Alexander # O'Bar, Avery Styslinger, Matthew # Withrow, Morjanne Justin Smith Van Horn HS Williams, Philomena # Christine M Adams Jamie Rena Yung Webb City HS Blair-Arnall, Briana Ashley Rouse West Plains HS Berkshire, Jordan Andrew Hanson Willard HS Amundson, Joseph Baker, Cole ## Gambriel , Ethan # Kirksey, Evan # Perry, Jonah Chelsea Russell Katherine Tobin Thomas Tobin MONTANA Billings Sr HS Horton, Lyric # Mammel, Andrew H # Sonia G Davis Jennifer Hudson Benjamin Norberg Billings West HS Linfesty, Jacob # Martinez, Bryen Donald Walker, Craig Alan Brittany Alberson Stephen Macartney

Notes

Events

L Y 3 Y F * 5 X X Y N N 17 R Z U N R L N Z * 2 O ***** 25 O * 21 W 10 D D H Y L *

14 W W

43 U W W

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Myra Nurre Thomas Smithlin Bozeman HS Bright, Favour Brito, Jessica Burroughs, Owen Crawford-Kahrl, Sage Ellig, Katie # Hansen, Dale Krishna, Pushya # Mahoney, Devin # McMakin, Wilson O'Shea, Michelle Reichert, Althea Schmidt, Rachel # Smith, Marty # Snow, Ava # Sundeen, Emma Wookey-Huffman, Anja Dave Budt Morgan Coffin Karen Downes Lynn M.J. Holsinger Morgan Klaas Lila Michael Adam Thane Columbia Falls HS Chisholm, Ava # Tara Norick Corvallis HS McKay, Michael Doug McConnaha Flathead HS Love, Noah Mason, America Phillips, Tristan Skwarchuk, Sophia ### Thompson, Emma Roy Antley Bruce Guthrie Shannon O'Donnell Glacier HS Adkins, Brock ## Bauer, Malea Hillis, Aleesha Lang, Tristen Lorenc, Drew Lorenc, Nathan Lyon, Isabelle Rennie, Harrison Wilton, Riley Chris Adamcyk Gregory Adkins Jenna Brown Abigail Connolly Ivanna Fritz Seaghan Herron Sara Menssen

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48 A O U A W X N W X W X W N X Z W * * ** 5 O * 4 U **** 38 L Y Z F Y ** 10 Y X A S D D L X R *** **


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Josh Munro Great Falls HS Hillis, Madelyn Quinlisk, Faith Keith Davey Helena HS Currier, Ella ## Kerr, Maggie Manners, Sean Tessa Berg Jennifer Kirby Hermanson Derek Sturm Hellgate HS Ayers, Monroe Millar, Madelaine Millar, Natalie Pallis-Bonadurer, Estrella Wilson, Caydance Alysha Hutchinson Sammy Thomas Sentinel HS Gregory, Taylor ## Malcomson, Christopher # Rosenquist, Kelli ## Cassidy Lehne Brooks Meredith Rose Gibbs Skyview HS Donald, Micah Gibbs, Jared Shackelford, Tyler Kerry Gruizenga Greta Murray NEBRASKA Bellevue West HS Gross, Jordan Daniel Christie Becca Hier Cozad HS Burkholder, Ashley Beth Carver Gavin Skiles Creighton Preparatory School Coffey, Matthew L. McClellan, Michael B. Nagahawatte, Jaliya M. Owens, Peter C. Reyes, Anthony J. Richard D. Brown David City HS Heller, Will # Jarod Ockander Elkhorn South HS Tomsu, Jack Scott Tomsu Lindsay Vecchio Gothenburg HS Dishman, Georgina

(MT - NE) Notes

Events

* 46 N N * 17 F O R * 14 D N D N H 26 S R W 27 H L H *

13 U * 3 F 42 U R S R O *** 6 H ** 2 L 11 A

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Foley, Emily Kaitlyn Clark Lexington HS Gomez, Adrian # Guido, Nayely Daniel Arias Diana Boutwell Corey Reutlinger Joy Roos Luis Sotelo Lincoln East HS Allen, Keenan # Bhoopalam, Ina # Cho, Suzie Cui, Alix Cui, Felix # Curry, Maxwell Grayson, Nebraska ## Guru, Hunter Jain, Ojus ## Jarvis, Taylor Jewell, Emma # Jia, Annie # Lin, Jesse Miller, Kylie Schleich, Katrina # Schmit, Madeline Sharma, Akshay Springer, Sydni Thompson, Turner # Tuckerman, Jenna # Wang, Jennifer Wilkins, Miles # Wismer, Sam # Woody, Ellie Zhu, Andy ## Elle Barts Nick Herink John Holen Colten white Kim Wright Lincoln HS Ngirchoimei, Kiana # Root, Lexus Tran, Keith Wickizer, Frank # Victoria Freeman John Heineman Lincoln Southeast HS Nydahl, Alexander Prenda, Sadie Tommy L. Bender Lincoln Southwest HS Clanton, Danny Heimes, Kameron # Mansur, Kali Pinnell, Mary Santhosh, Tanvi

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Events

F 5 U Z

44 N S W X W W W X N Z D Q X A H D X Y H O W A N Y N

* 21 W L W W * 35 D D *** 15 L O F O S


(NE - NV) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

Events A *** *** 32 X X

Notes

Events

Winters, Alex A Matt Heimes *** Toni Heimes *** Millard North HS 32 Clausen, Emma # X Clausen, Grace X Dye, Thomas D Edwards , Rodney R Ford, Noah Y Fu, Daniel U Guda, Rahul Y Jolley, Connor # N Kriz, Sophie X Kukreja, Priya ## L Lampman, Benjamin Q Lim, Sheng-Jie # N Matuszeski, Matthew L Menon , Vishnu R Nervig, William H Oglesby, Karsten D Potineni, Shashank X Qiu, Tori Q Selveraj, Jason N Shao, Jia Yu # S Wehrle, Renee ## N Sabrina Denney Bull ** Matthew Eledge Charles V. Fisher Zachary Lipman Aarron Schurevich Millard West HS 21 Dickerson, Amanda Katherine Z Hofer, Reed K F Meyer, Joel # Z Jennifer M. Jerome *** Kayla Vavra Nebraska City HS 3 Borchers-Williams, Oliver F Susanne Williams Norfolk HS 29 Hausmann, Brent D Hubbard, Treslyn D Peggy Belt Norris Public Schools 5 Lowe, Clinton F Kelly Wieting * North Platte HS 22 Berry, Drake # U French, Jake H Phares, Andrew ## F David Cooper * Omaha Brownell Talbot College Prep 6 Buddharaju, Surya Verma A Mu, Jenna Y U Chris Hamel Michael Recker Student and Instructor Events Pius X HS 3 O'Gara, Emily Z Nolan DeWispelare * NEVADA Advanced Technologies Acad Green, Ian

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Nolan DeWispelare

NEVADA Advanced Technologies Acad Green, Ian Courtney Stern Basic HS Stewart, Tevin Rhonda De Jager Bishop Gorman HS Catechis, Christopher George Christine Scoville Bishop Manogue Catholic HS Cherry, Sarah ## Kapitz-Latham, Gabby ## William Elbert Monsey Carson HS Barnett, Sawyer # Henricksen, Alek Lackey, Adam Manzano, Jocelyn Peterson, Sophie Segura, Shaylin # Sara Davis Patrick Mobley Clark HS Gupta, Sharvari Robledo, Angelo # Saran, Ishan Saran, Shivam Veeramachaneni, Santosha Robin Brown Coronado HS Andrews, Robert Bhatti, Adil Corcoran, Barry Hall, Nathan Mathew Knowles, Hailey Murawsky, Seth Ross, Samantha Julia Ross, Sara A Ryerson, Allie Shamiya, Claire # Shulman, Louis # Sigmon, Alexander Spencer, Abigail Nadejda Paul Miles Damonte Ranch HS Regier, Ryan Whitbeck, Jenni # Jill Whitbeck Desert Oasis HS Willoughby, Kaitlyn Mary McInturff Douglas HS Alexander, Wesley Brown, Kenneth ## Franklin, Willard

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Events * 17 L 4 W 16 U * 17 N N 14 S W D D F W * 13 D W N N D * 13 R N N F Z H Y W X Y X Y O 3 Z L 2 R 24 W S O


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Student and Instructor

(NV - NJ) Notes

Events

Gifford, Lea # H Nalder, Corie L Swart, Lindsey W Karen Heine Earl Wooster HS 11 Cailles, Joko Santos U Derr, Forrest H Donald Speth Elko HS 18 Langer, Mark R Overholser, Tessa # A Zayat, Gina George A Stacie Gardner * Foothill HS 15 Ballard, Ryan # L Eric Luchs Green Valley HS 24 Amhaz, Reema # X Fincher, Alexandria # W Higuchi, Benel Y Houston-Hencken, Paige # D Kamal, Samin L Palor, Conrad ## R Safieddine, Alex # X Shah, Rushil X Shire, Samantha H Stoever, Asheton ## D Winchell, Anthony X Cade Cottrell Scott Ginger **** Michael Lamb * McQueen HS 26 Crines, Johnathon # F Devon Reese Northwest Career And Technical Acad 3 Aiken, Hannah Z Brockman, Camryn R Dinulos, Annika D Fagan, Caitlin # N Hill, Jordan F Ledet, Lance ## S Mullen, Dawson D O'Keefe, Mirlana Z Okeefe, Valielza N Phillips, Jessica # A Sarabia, Julian U Josh Symmonds Palo Verde HS 16 Bletnitsky, Sofia A U DeVries, Kathrine Elizabeth O Gardecki, Madison L Kalkowski, Ciera Nicole O Knippel, Ryan H Riley, Deon W Shiela Berselli ** Rancho HS 6 Crawford, Sebastian A Anthony Banto

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

Reno HS Briggs, Allan Foster, Heather ### Pittman, Taylor ## Sorensen, Isaac Lee Williams, Amanda Nicole Christy Briggs Sage Ridge School Jiang, Kelsey Shukla, Aryan John Sloyan Silverado HS McConnell, Nathaniel Keeley Garban Spring Creek HS Candelaria, Ruben Carlson, Brookelynn Kay # Lewis, Stormy Nicole Reagan, Tobin Stanfill, Dionne Walters, Mabel # S. Joy Carlson Spring Valley HS Bolden, Skylar Tollestrup-Wimbish, Bella Nick Sevano The Davidson Academy Of Nevada Moore, Rhiannon Bennett Phelan, Elizabeth AnnElise Hatjakes NEW JERSEY Bridgewater-Raritan Regional HS Krishnan, Vinay Gerardine McKnight Delbarton School Maximos, Christopher # Lajuan Foust Martin Page Freehold Township HS Egan, Tierney Knighton, Alexandra Caryn Miller Frank Torres Livingston HS Tong, Evan Xiang, Kevin Yang, Mary Alex Lamon Michael R Sunga Millburn HS Chen, James Ray Miao, Ranen Jordy Barry Michael Stewart Montville HS Brumer, Samuel Hong, Andrew

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39 W U Y R Q * 6 X X 12 S 13 L O Y D Z D 10 F A ** 2 N N

14 U 12 U 22 W O 2 N N A 16 W W 37 W W


(NJ - NM) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

Notes

Events

Lai, Alan W Leonard, Devin W Mao, Kevin F Sun, Christine U Sun-Yan, Andrew L Taltavall, Sean # S Upadhya, Ravi # W Mary T Gormley ***** Mark Iannelli Phillipsburg HS 4 Rao, Aditya W Laurie L. Schmid ** Randolph HS 28 Das, Shefali Z Spencer, Lauren A Peter Quinn Ridge HS 17 Bekdash, Omar Ryan F Farooqi, Daanyal Z Furst, Camille Grace H Gaddipati, Udheesh N Gandham, Kishan # R Huang, Jennifer W Krishnan, Shankar # L Krohn, Mason Scott Q Montag, Collin # F Prasad, Anvitha Y Ravindran, Malaika R Torani, Sanil R Vandse, Druhi Z Wu, Albert N Yang, Jerry L Stephanie Franca Abramovitz * Samuel Hoffman Andrew Monagle * Ryan Monagle Danielle Presuto Bailey C Rung David A. Yastremski *** Science HS 29 Aaron, Brianna # X Asafu-Adjaye, David X Mayon, Monben # X Mohamed, Shaneeza # X Jonathan Alston ** Summit HS 13 Apruzzese, Gerard O Badenhausen, James H Blume , Rachel N Colon, Matthew # Y Esposito, Cate H Kovera, Hope # D Lee, Kimberly # O Manion, Erin # D Milsten, Grace # D Nandury, Yannick N Olson, Zack D Ryden, Darby D

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Sink, Mitchell Valera, Stefania Wilson, Matthew Anne Poyner Jim Poyner The Hun School Of Princeton Patlolla, Suchritha Michelle Koenen The Pingry School Zhou, Ben # Chuck Coe NEW MEXICO Albuquerque Academy Awwad, Amjad Fakhri Gaston-Panthaki, Aria Dinaaz Kiesel, Lauren Nighot, Ruda Kevin Hall Sheridan Johnson Josie Lopez Susan Ontiveros Jeremy Pena Victor Wu Del Norte HS Mondloch, Timothy Christine Beverly Desert Academy Buxengaard, Emily # Lisa Lincoln East Mountain HS Bentley, Maria Delgado, Tiffany Alexis # Key, Katelyn Nee, Kellen Ortiz, Steffen Kai Gabriel Sanchez, Gina # Hannah Flake Trey Smith Joshua Talamante Eldorado HS Fields, Trevor Sokolowski, Kathryn # Paul VanZandt Soraya Vincent Jemez Mountain Home School Davenport, Annika Nicole Carolyn Connor La Cueva HS Guttromson, Riley Justice, Nick Leischner, Jacob Lutz, Abby Sweet, Caitlin Zhou, Michelle # Aubree Hansen Los Alamos HS DeCroix, Claire

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Events D O A ** 1 S 2 Y

31 F H U U * * 23 W 5 Y * 9 O Z W S R R * ** * 29 F O * 12 S * 25 W X N N X L 35 D


(NM - NY)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

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Student and Instructor

Notes Events

Dowdy, Antonio # Holmes, Emily Elizabeth Mauldin, Dylan McCumber, Will ## Menefee, Samuel # Nickless, Trevor # Poston, Donald Mars Sadasivan, Neha Shen, Andy Shipley, Sarah Weiss, Brandi Margo Batha Mayfield HS Sanchez-Maes, Mireya Cosima Austin Martin-Likes NM School For The Arts Feliciano, Sylka Rael, Ana Aaron Feliciano Roxanne Seagraves Santa Fe Preparatory School Coppola, Giacomo Jessop, Sarbjot Ambrose Ferber St Pius X HS Moehn, Kayla Jose Samora Taos HS Fristoe, Diego Khweis, Khaled ## Andrea Usherwood NEW YORK Berkeley Carroll School Boehm, Jacob Getzel, Ale Pike, Ellie # James E. Shapiro Traci Lyn Thomas Chaminade HS Doran, Edward Fitzgerald, Aidan Flatley, Thomas Hepworth, Daniel Johnson, Patrick Lynch, Conor Magloire, John Michael # Mahon, Rory John McGrory Dermot Meehan Steven Zelubowski Collegiate School Wallach, Eric David Baloche Democracy Prep Bronx Preparatory Dieng, Dieynaba ## Reyes, Manuela # Santos, Jesus

L D D W Q H W D W W Z * 3 Y 1 A A 4 X X 19 R 34 N N

10 S U H ** 50 W Q F W W Z L W *** 4 L 10 D D D

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Thomas, Tavan ## Luis Cardenas Sarah Rosenberg Norberto Troncoso Democracy Prep Harlem HS Pollard, Marlynn Luis Cardenas Sarah Rosenberg Norberto Troncoso Hancock Central School Ogozalek, Lily Anna Tan, Gina Marie ## Roberta Cahill Monica A Whitt Harrison HS Piliero, Raffi Voskoff, Ethan Chetan Hertzig Horace Mann HS Kim, Ethan McCarthy, Honor Mehrotra, Sajan Tripathi, Siddharth Grant Ebenger Jonathan Nye Iona Preparatory Brisson, Timothy Cannon, Jake Darden, Noah ## Holderman, Matthew # Rizzo, Anthony Sloat, Jimmy # Joseph Madonna Charles Sloat McQuaid Jesuit HS Backus, Daniel Raymond Beckles, Joshua ## Gateson, Kyle James Hintz, Will ## Longuil, Jacob Michael Lupien, Tim ## Petkus, Payton Joseph Talsania, Max Zappia, Peter Justin Kathy Ruppert Pelham Memorial HS Mclaughlin, Kate Solimine, Maggie Tirsch, Halle # Woodfin, Athena # Thomas Beck Neil S. Schleifer Poly Prep Country Day School DeMann, Julian DeVito, Nicholas Lam, Sophia Mousa, Tuka Jackson Ave

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D *** 1 A *** 5 O L 6 L L * 4 N N N N 33 R F O Z Z H *** 11 R O N N H S A L F 6 A O A H 3 X R X Y


(NY - NC) Students and Coaches Student and Instructor

Matthew Malia Timothy O'Shea Jakob Urda Janna White Maggie Woodward Regis HS Castaldi-Moller, Christopher Ceonzo, Andrew Cimmino, Ryan Cook, Wally Joe Doherty, Owen Espiritu, Zachary Fitzgerald, Brendan Jones, Kyle # Keane, Gabriel Li, Tj # Lindseth, Nicholas # LoPinto, Nathan Matthews, Eoin McArthur, Kyle McCordick, Jack # Morrison, Adrian Tully, Daniel Wingfield, Brandon # Zuccalmaglio, Randall Eric DiMichele Scarsdale HS Ameen, Ismail # Enders, Clara Kapner, Zach ## Rosier, Natalie Schwartz, Emily Will Malderelli Joseph Vaughan Stuyvesant HS Chen, Karen Elkind, Liam Ginsberg, Zachary Johnston, Kate # Ju, Daniel Patel, Dhiraj Pe'er, Inbar Rohrig, Abie # Duval Bodden Julie Sheinman Syosset HS Bertrand, Brian # Bhaumik, Nishant Faimon, Leanna Kamran, Ayesha Kohli, Simar Mann, Iree Obedian, Andrew Scher, Cooper Younus, Suhail Lydia Esslinger The Beacon School Milburn, Helena

Notes Events

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Tomlin, Tristen Jonathan Horowitz

45 W U F R O O Z W F W W D N H W Q D A N ****** 26 F U U Y Y *** 32 Y O N H N Y N N * ****** 39 Z U L L W A S R R ******** 1 X

NORTH CAROLINA Ardrey Kell HS Gong, Dana Guthikonda, Anoova # Hazeldine, Callan Joseph # Jain, Meet Kim, Ethan Korrapati, Harish # Marsicano, Anna Murdock, Amy Pradhan, Avideep # Sinclair, Julianne # Sunkara, Samhitha ### Vattigunta, Meghana Wood, Samuel # Bilal Butt Chris Harrow Asheville HS Clarkson, Hannah Dennison, Chloe Greever, Ilze Mathews, David # Propst, Elizabeth # Veronica Lepa Keith Pittman William B. Smith Cape Fear Academy Arora, Maya Kavita Persaud Cardinal Gibbons HS Taffe, Michael John Yelenic Cary Academy Dietz, Georgia Ehrhardt , Evan # Fang, Chelsea George, Rachel # Jain, Rj Jin, Grace ## Kassam, Arman Knott, Alexander Lipson, Ben # Sachdeva , Eesha Schaeffer, Matthew Stafford, Jack ## Wissink, Grace Michael Ehrhardt Shawn Nix Richard J. Pellicciotta Alexandra Sencer Cary HS Little, Halah ## Schnatter, David Alison Davies Patrick Jessee

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X

7 W F W S O N L Y A W F U N 21 Z U R F R *** 2 L 1 W 17 W O W U R L N W R Y N S Y ** * 5 D D *


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Student and Instructor

(NC - ND) Notes

Events

Kristin McCormick Charlotte Catholic HS 5 Akhere, Uwa ### W Edwards, David L LeGrande, Myia A Singui-Tanyi, Darlene O Mary A Morales * Charlotte Latin School 19 Ahearn, Jake N Fuller, Robert N Gitlin, Joseph Y Gwaltney, Gavin Douglas # R McLelland, James Madison # W Tillitski, Luke S Hunter Martin Jonathan Maurice Peele *** Chase HS 8 Millwood, Jonah H J Patrick Moss ** Croatan HS 2 Bradley, Alena A Burrows, Luke # Y Davis, Cadyn # A Brittany Hellriegel Joshua Wade Cumberland International Early College 4 Berry, Emma H Kitchen, Christopher W Murphy, Christopher Z Shannon Jarman ** Cumberland Polytechnic HS 3 Boswell, Madison # D Branham, Jacob A Montes, Rafael # H Rainey, Jasmine Z Stafford, Kaydee D Williams, Allan # O Michelle Boswell Evelyn Stackley Durham Academy 12 Booker, Sarah W Dalva-Baird, Nathan N Daniel, Hebron W Huba, Nechama F Huba, Yaakov U Kum, Sheridan Casey N Li, Michael ## N Patel, Rohan ## N Ramanan, Raksha F Sapiro-Gheiler, Davi H Vellanki, Bhamini # R Molly Harris Crawford Leavoy * Connor Leech Jeff Welty ** East Chapel Hill HS 14 Clapacs, Noah # X Manocha, Aneesha W

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Song, Victoria Jasmin Nabors William E Warren Grays Creek HS Sousa, LaShonda Melanie Lingenfelter Jack Britt HS Kunwar, Himanshu Nibha Kaitlin Lumpkins Massey Hill Classical HS Borgstede, Cristopher Smith, Brian Anthony Brittanie McNeil Myers Park HS Miklaucic, Jack Yocum, Julian Andrew G West Robert Wieckowski NC School Of Science & Math Hu, Belinda North Mecklenburg HS Cloud, Anna Khurana, Satya Kaur Meadows, Tashari Mitchell, Nicole # Raj, Aneesha Thomas, Semyat Christopher M Rocca Providence HS Brammer, Iris # Brown, Eliott Dumpala, Aniketh Gupta, Neelu # Schuler, Jordan ### Lauren Dale Nicole Jenkins Megan Smith William G Enloe HS Gan, Katherine #

NORTH DAKOTA Devils Lake HS McKelvey, Hunter # Loren Nieuwsma Dickinson HS Andrus, Rachel # Moberg, Abigail Nathan Amberg Enderlin HS Egan, William Lloyd ## Gross, Twyla Luella ## Hill, Madeleine # Janish, Ryan Jorgenson, Alex Lynds, Laurana Frank Patrick Egan Terri Egan Fargo Davies HS

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Events

X ** 4 W 12 W 10 D D 34 W L **** * 10 L 18 N Y D Z N D ** 21 H W W W W ** 20 S 5 H 2 Y A 9 D D W D D W * 6


(ND - OH) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Dawn, Dyuti # Lindemann, Rylee ## Mahale, Nidhi Schoer, Page ## Weintraub, Forrest Denise Raeder Johnson Fargo North HS Flores, Erica Hao, Emily Larson, Trae Spanjer, Isaac ## Zopfi, Kalya Clover Ellingson Fargo Shanley HS Geffre, Juliet # Johal, Gurtaran Ward, Grace # Ward, Josh Weigel, Austin Pennie Fike Brian Geffre Fargo South HS Doume, Aicha Sours, Zoey Gayle Hyde Grand Forks Central HS Dong, Francine Yufan Kathleen Bolstad Yvonne Kalka LaMoure HS Muske, Brittney ## David Farrenkopf Richardton-Taylor HS Carazzo, Cole Davis, Arcilla ## Floberg, Shelby # Hoselton, McKinley # Wicks, Josie ## Susan L. Anderson Rugby HS Skjelver, Thor Kyle Vareberg Valley City HS Borg, Elizabeth Marcellus, Rose # Meester, Marlen Wayne ## Slyter, Abby Nicholas R. Lee West Fargo HS Cowdrey, Hunter Dakota Breen Nicolas Strom West Fargo Sheyenne HS Chemiti, Preeti # Said, Zaynab # James Cavo Krista Hulderman Kelsey Johnson

Notes

Events

R S S W W ** 37 W N N L Z ** 34 W U N F N ** 38 W Q ***** 24 L *** 4 Z 24 R O D H D **** 1 F 15 U A A W 23 W 2 Y O *

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Student and Instructor

OHIO Austintown Fitch HS Blystone, Johnna Lauran Ferguson Andrea Reed Beavercreek HS Hussain, Naumaan Lacey, Matthew Laura Chamberlain Rahul Guha Boardman HS Sammartino, Richard Elisabeth Miller Eric Simione Brecksville Broadview Hts HS Painter, Elizabeth Raghavan, Rushil # Stewart, Ian Mark Joseph McCandless Canfield HS Bernat, Zachery ## DeCapua, Grant DeRamo, Dominic DuPonty, Dominic Factor, Michael Lamberson, Eva Markley, Carson Safranic, Drake Smith, Jen Jeremy M. Hamilton Lennon Sackela Jacob Schriner-Briggs Jacob Tomory Canton McKinley HS Hunter, Isaiah Monroe, Paul Phelps, Rayna Kathryn D Burgett Manuel A Halkias Cardinal Mooney HS Heschmeyer, D'Ella Neider, Andrew # Vennetti, Adriana # Tina Marie Furano Jen Gonda Gene O'Dea Joshua Wolk Central Catholic HS Sibila, Kate # Penny Harris Chagrin Falls HS Cervelloni, Benjamin Robert Currey, Christopher Kampman, Michael King, Joseph Donald Reboul, Jack Sherman, Anna

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Events

29 Y * 16 O A 46 S **** 7 A R H * 22 H N U N N L F S N **

61 W W S *** 53 A W A * 21 Z ** 8 D N Q D N Y


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Richard Haber Ken Kasee Corinne Midlik Champion HS Lilly, Nicholas Kayla Medzie James Sheldon Jay Sheldon Columbiana HS Elnaas, Dody # Herbert, Paige Cailey Kyle, Adam Matey, Adler Merlo, Marina # Moreschi, Mandy Smith, Sophia Elizabeth Stone, Cortland # Vargo, Michael White, David Trisha Nord Deanna Marie Pesa Pamela Pesa Angela Rosen Dan Rosen Copley HS Lipkin, Benjamin Alice B. Rote Marie A Rote Shannon R. Rote Brenda Sheaffer Dublin Jerome HS Marpadga, Sriman Yang, Heemin Yu, Richard Zhang, Thomas Grant Bent Edison HS Grant, Jacob Michael D Amstutz Findlay HS Jones, Tristan W. Kistler, Andrew G. Audrey Hansen Bill Prater Gahanna-Lincoln HS Oppong , Courtney Leslie Muhlbach Gilmour Academy Bauman, Sabrina Goel, Nupur ## Holtz, Zach # Williams, Sebastian ## Gay Janis GlenOak HS Brack, Jermaine D. Brechbuhler, Chad Dean Speaker, Kaylee Taylor Sumpter, Eliahs Jaden

(OH) Notes

Events

2 O

8 F D D Y O Z D H U D * ** 15 L ** * * 1 N W N W 7 O **** 16 X X ** 27 Y ** 24 D Y D S ***** 35 Z U Q A

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Nick Bollas Brandon Genetin Tom Mosberger Hathaway Brown School Kalahasti, Ananya # Lele, Isha ## Protasiewicz, Grace # Carrie R Cofer Jason Habig Hawken School Akras, Zade Aktay, Sinan Ergungor, Ozan # Khosla, Sauren Lee, Michael Liu, Andrew Menon, Samia Rao, Nayan Shapiro, Jared # Yu, Kevin # Robert H Shurtz Chase Williams Highland HS Catron, Abigail Headrick, Taylor Mainzer, Quade Webb, Braden Taylor Bennington Suzette Burtoft Mariana Hardy Hoover HS Jocas, Samuel Myers, Angela Poe, Kevin Wright, Alex Griffin Allman James Kellams Missy Stertzbach Howland HS Hatzandonis, Elias Amanda Daquelente Jackson HS Abboud, Eli # Ai, Alan Ali, Faheem Allison , Isaac Dillon, Mitchell # Dinko, Marisa # Gardell, Evan Henry, Abigail Jones, Cael Marszalkowski, Theodore Pousoulides, Stefanie # Rackaitis, Tumas Shanmugam, Arjun Tripathy, Ishani # LaRinda Johnson Todd Michael

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Events

*** *** 7 F R W ** 25 L X W W X X R S H X *** * 6 O H Q Q * 21 H L Y O * *** 32 O 34 F X N W R W N W X X L X U W


(OH) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Stephen Robison Kenston HS Speece, Tia Spehar, Morgan C. Frederick Snook Stephan Voudris Laurel School Saltzman, Julia Richard J Kawolics Liberty HS Amireh, Ahmad Humphries, Katie # Amber Gallagher Mason HS Agrawal, Vinamra Are, Sanjana Bhardwaj, Vidhan Divekar, Arnav Komatineni, Suraj Nair, Atneya Ponkshe, Karishma Ramesh, Rahul # Melissa Donahue Bruce Harris Medina Senior HS Summerville, James Bradford Scott Quade Mentor HS Blatz, Amanda Hadzinski, Patricia Amy Roediger Notre Dame Academy Shull, Caroline Thayer, Hope Dave DeChristopher Patricia (Trish) Sanders Oakwood HS Beyer, Lydia Einhorn, Madelynn # Fiore, Bella Hayes, Michaela # Pierce, Sara Matt Deters Audrey Miller Candy Pees Steve Stanley Perry HS Anthony, Taylor Hervey, Jacob K. Kennedy, Erin Marie Kennedy, William Kiefer, Alivia Owens, Clay M # Polen, Maya Pukys, Kasey A. Kyle Chaney Kevin McDougal Kathy A. Patron

Notes

Events

5 W Z *** 9 U ** 9 W W 11 W L W Z R R W R ** 5 S * 7 W W * 23 A Z * *** 61 H N Y W N ** 42 Y Q O D R F D W * ****

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Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor John Weaver Melody Woodson Karen Zimmer Perrysburg HS Ahmed, Areeb Rossi, Max Debra Kemp Poland Seminary HS Carbon, Zander # DaVila, Vincent Gordon, Dylan Jones, Nadine # Lea, Meredith ## Lee, Noah # Jennifer Bracken Jodi West Revere HS Jimerson, Claire David Burnett John Kerezy Solon HS Avitsian, Taleen Bodapati, Vinay ## Liu, Max Qin, Luke Rambhatla, Rohit Rothschild, Rachel Stephens, Mariella Sundaram, Vishal # Dan Ceci South Range HS Fitch, Amariah Christina Fossesca, Olivia # Kuhns, Michael # McDonald, Charles Waliszewski, Troy Wix, Nic # Nicole Papa-Fryfogle Daniel Pappalardo Nicole Rothbauer Matthew Slencsak St John's Jesuit HS Braun, Adam Dzierwa, Jacob Leizerman, Dan White, Alex David Zavac Stow-Munroe Falls HS Casenhiser, Cameron MacPherson, Ryan McCombs, Anne Marie Prochniak, Stephen Stebbins, Maclane Scott Thomas, Allison Shelby Olive Denton Jimmy Miller Suzanne E Theisen Sylvania Southview HS

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Events ** 15 F S * 24 W W W W W W ** 19 R * 11 F N W N Z A R U * 6 D Z L W D A * 4 X N X N 17 N N D W D A ***** 26


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Bittar, Angie # Hasan, Omair # Yan, Lark # Brandi Shepard Lisa Sobb Tuscarwaras Valley HS Spina, Drake Alexander # Carrie Alexander Spina Cierra Nicole Spina University School Chowksey, Akshat # Frankel, Will ## Gilmore, Andrew # Jagetia, Rahul Lhatoo, Karchen Paik, Isaiah Sweeney, Wyatt James Lewis Peter Paik Humzah Quereshy Ursuline HS Dwinnells, Adam Humphreys, Spencer Stoneman, Alex # Joan L Williams Vermilion HS Bartlome, Julia Dotson, David Peter, Nikki Devon Snook Wadsworth City School Brazier, Emily Freund, Garret Wilkinson, Jacob # Katherine Dannemiller Sam Zulia Walnut Hills HS Rao, Bryce Sunil Jeff J Brokamp Wauseon HS Becker, Sarah Kate Blanton, Colton Christopher Cantu, Christian Johnson, Cory Daniel Kahrs, Julianna Marie Ladd, Olivia Grace Moden, Paige Stockham, Sophia Parker Kathleen Ladd Dolores B. Muller Jason Robinson Whitmer HS Caputo, Cecilia Janatowski, Juliana Ramm, Seth Bill Prater Marie Wetzel Wooster HS

(OH - OK) Notes

Events

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

O Z S *

Doan, Evan # Hopkins, Sarah Kardulias, Drosos Lorentz, Matthew # Makori, Alvin Nielson, James Nolletti, Lexi Shaya, Estelle Thompson, Alexander Holly Humes Custer Bill Franck Phillip Klein Andrew Wolf

3 H 26 N N L W L W Q ** 21 R H R *** 8 O Q W ** 44 A R U 1 L 18 D D D U D H W W ** * 20 W W F ** 67

OKLAHOMA Ardmore HS Brown, Lexie Cajina, Jessica Stewart, Abigail # Noel Frederick Collins Brian Lane Gunter Bartlesville HS Behera, Pranoy ## Hales, Abigail # Vasudevan, Vishnu # Williams, Jack ## Matt Pascucci Bishop McGuinness HS Hart, Madison # Martin, Cheyenne Rose ## Ryan J Swartz Bixby HS Crow, Brenna Haroldson, Chloe ## Hughes, Tiernan Pratt, Alexander # Rahal, Olivia Stayton, Kyia Alysia Shepard Betty Stanton Broken Arrow HS Amos, Amanda Childress, Reese ## Stark, Johann Wortmann, Charles R. Robert S. Walters Choctaw Sr HS Coberley, Evan Herrin, Dylan Hespe, Justice Sikes, Sierra Maryjane Burton Edmond North HS Papahronis, Ari # Salcido, Mykaela Spiers, Isaac Warner, Alex S Martin Glendinning

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Events

D O N D Y W Z W N ** ** *

5 Z O A ** 23 R N N W 22 A H * 25 D D O R A H * 26 S L Y F 13 A D O D 14 L R X X **


(OK - OR) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Jana Harrison Edmond Santa Fe HS Bhanot, Ishan Raj Rahman, Numayr Briten Ray McCabe Harding Charter Prep HS Lewchuk, Nikita Elizabeth Boomer Michael Ferguson Heritage Hall School Devavrat, Dave ## Venkataraman, Vyas # W Bryan Gaston Jenks HS Buchet, Rylee Khan, Hassan Musuvathy, Sanjeev # Zhu, Ryan Shawn Rafferty Mannford HS Rask, Garret Kathy Elerick Metro Christian Academy Meyer, Cristian # Meyer, Lauren Robert Davis Miami HS Rasberry, Dillon Dan Dillon Moore HS Clark, Paige # Hanson, Russ Johnson, Dillon Kessler, Kieron Medina, Patrick Norbury, adison Ishmael Kissinger Muldrow HS Putman, Taylor # Amy White Norman HS Clifton, Lettie Dunham, Georgia Gibson, Robert Hurst, Kaitlyn Lorenzo-Salinas, Bianca Shames, Chloe # Shumway, Mia # Kasey Harrison Amanda Jensen Norman North HS Cohee, Trinity Gafford, Andrew Moxley, Ella Fahl Smist, Anna Velaga, Kausik Zhu, Tao Lori Crawford

Notes

Events

** 18 N N ** 3 Y 44 X X ** 33 U R S U *** 11 U * 5 L W * 29 H 16 F X N U N X * 16 F 32 N D F L N S D ** 19 Y R U F S L *

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Jim Ryan Okmulgee HS Hunter, Braydon Skyleen Willingham Owasso HS Moseley, Jonah Victoria Engledow Putnam City HS Schmitz, David Daniel L Smith Putnam City North HS Breaux, Maxwell # Marzett, LaRonn # Brett Young Riverfield Country Day School Keely, Evan Will Carpenter David B. Wright Tulsa Washington HS Adelson, Eve Blakely, Knox Bradshaw, Clare # Coburn, Drake # Donnelly, Emma # Frochock, Bryna # Gibson, Will Keeling, Kale Kincaid, Lena Maddox, Rose Mortadha, Layla ## Sloan, Tiffany Venable, Jonah # Warlick, Aidan Meredith Deaton Kelly R McCracken Union HS Davison, Lauren Davison, Shannon Estes, Madison # Forrester, Tiandra Gerbrandt, Eve Jones, Evan ## Maupin, Jennifer Rossow, Tyler # Smith, Colton # Christian Jones Jeffrey Spatz Ricinda Spatz Westmoore HS Berry, Lauren Carr, Halle # Skeels, Dayton Viriyapah, May Billy J. Elles OREGON Ashland HS Aaronson, Sarah Rose

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Notes

Events *** 9 Y 8 O 37 H 17 D D ** 1 A * 40 N D N N F Y Z D L N A H D D * ** 5 W W W Z X X W X X * 12 H Z Y U

33 N


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Dhenin, Kleya Dodds, Gracia Doyle, Hannah Kistler, Dylan Richard Larson, Annika Oyung Lindauer, Nikolas Millay, Shealyn Moeglein, Karl ## Ropp, John ### Stallman, Rob ## Webb, Alex Gene Mandell Mat Marr Bend Sr HS Garcia, Susie # Mona K Mensing Century HS Espinoza, Zoraida June M Gerst Cleveland HS Brower, Joseph Cunningham, Terrell John P. Gonzales Corvallis HS Naik, Pragyna Cary Doyle Crater HS Beck, Blake Owen Kristen Diana Sullivan Glencoe HS Datta, Ashwin ## Gibbens, Josh Vijay, Deepak Karen Anne Armstrong Susan B. McLain Grants Pass HS Kanta, Quentin # Lentz, Jesse Roberts, Lucy # Vasquez, Alexander Tori Marshall Gresham-Barlow HS Cantrell, Robbie # Card , Liz Schubert, Austin # Wilczewski, Rachael # Rachel K. Wilczewski Hood River Valley HS Leavitt, Mason Patterson , Ruby # DeLona Campos-Davis Lake Oswego HS Griffiths, SaraJane Nair, Anushka Robyn Rose Lincoln HS Abbruzzese, Maia Dunn, Kelsey

(OR) Notes

Events

W L N H N S Q N X X U 8 A 13 Z *** 6 R W ** 5 W 3 S 30 W Q O ***** 17 O F W W * 37 A Z W W *** 5 W Y 12 U Y * 16 Y W

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor LeBlanc, Kate McGrane, Laurel Nash, Zachary # Shershow, Natalie Subramaniam, Brad Tattersfield, Andria Jennifer Lynn Owen Marshfield HS Bess, Jeremy Bolton, Shyanne Eickhoff, Sheena Harlow, Jorda Herrera, Arianna Kirby, Riley # Platt, April Simon, Rachel # Kayla Crook Josh Scheirman McMinnville HS Douglass, Tommy Landis, Caleb ## Pollak, Benjamin Smothers, Hope ## Matthew Compton Courtney Walsh North Medford HS Newman, Joshua John # Nichole Barber North Valley HS Beckius, Avery M Scholes, Bethany F Robert Moeny Oak Hill School Hagen, Daisy Henery, Morgan Sproul, Conrad ## Taylor-Ladd, Beau ## Keith Eddins Oregon Episcopal School Little, Soren # Liu, Jack Reichman, Louis # Zhao, Julianne Mark Little Julie Sikkink Phoenix HS Schweikert, Evan Thompson, Noah Caron Newman Silverton HS Rakha-Sheketoff, Elijah Ben Hynes-Stone Katie Kantrowitz Stephen McClanahan South Medford HS Bennett, Carson Holloway, Coi # Jackman, Dean

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6 R D D


(OR - PA) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Richmond, Steven Caroline Campbell Sprague HS Williams, Lindsey Ann # Jane Berry-Eddings Michael Curry Summit HS Reed, Gabe Ringo, Reese Ross Burford Karen Hobbs Sunset HS Bhat, Ashwin # Im, Christina # Joshi, Urvi Padmaraju, Vandana Shah, Sarthak # Eliza Haas Westview HS Ajjarapu, Rohan Banerjee, Hiya # Bishnu, Deven Fan, Yichen (Wendy) Javadekar, Anisha Jujjuri, Sowmya # Juneja, Mahak # Moghe, Mallika Sarah Foster Patrick Johnson Woodrow Wilson HS Calcagno, Fletcher Hamilton, Benedicte # Donald L. Steiner PENNSYLVANIA Academy At Palumbo Elcin, Zillah Klint Kanopka Kate Sundeen Bishop Canevin HS Saldanha, Schanelle Rita Yunker Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic HS Martin, Ian Beth Young Dallastown Area HS Kara, Nevin Mohammad, Ohanna Tiffany Dacheux Danville Area HS Fulmer, Max Patel, Sahil # Wen, Linda Deb Parker Greg Titman Greensburg Salem HS Petro, Adam # Simpson, Claire ##

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R 16 L *** ** 8 L W 19 L W N A N 17 F H S O N D D N * 6 Q W * 1 O 18 Y * 33 S *** 12 W W 23 W F W 35 U H

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Stafford, John Mary Logan Gwynedd Mercy Academy Blosky, Maggie # Dwyer, Kourtney Leigh Kreutzer, Julia Rose # Cory Clark Shay Raymond T. Shay Hampton HS Kang, Grace Alison McBee Holy Ghost Prep Arnone, Stefano El-Habr, Mason # Gabriele, Brian ## Landers, Colin Mann, Jonathan # Muller, Luke Nowicke, Kevin John J. Buettler Tony F. Figliola Ian Hopkins Patrick McGhee John Scanlon Knoch Senior HS Hilterman, Kolten Morgus, William Alison McBee La Salle College HS Kelly, Patrick Martin, Jack Oxenford, William Reckner, Jack Michael V. McCabe McDowell HS Butler, Christopher DiPlacido, Nina William Caugherty Marlene Kloss Mercer Area HS Hogue, Mary Hugh Ringer North Allegheny Sr HS Anand, Anmol Brkovich, Melanie Chen, Julie Davidson, Skylar El Khatib, Careena El-Khatib, Serena # El-Khatib, Yara # Grzyb, Brendan Guo, Elizabeth Hood, Jessica Kannan, Kirthana Qu, James Ricci, Eric Smith, Riley Xu, Kevin

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Events L 12 W W Y * ** 1 W 43 D N A D N D D * *****

4 W W 37 Z W W H 12 D D *** 31 F ***** 24 N Z N D D A F U R Z A Q W U W


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Sharon Volpe Norwin HS Crust, Erin ### Halza, Andrew Stecko, Hunter ### Kathleen O'Halloran Pennsbury HS Deliwala, Sonali Kim, Jimmy # Zou, Carolyn Matt Lanning Steve Medoff Scott Pollack Pittsburgh Central Catholic HS Bushnell, Michael DiVito, Marco # Sipe, Warren Wearden, John # Bro. Kevin Dalmasse Sayre Area HS Allis, Nicholas Garrison, Alexandra Skye Lattimer, Emily # Shaffer, Claire Helen Smith, Ashley Taylor Kerry Anne Bocko Sarah A. Hickey Brea Secor Thomas P. Yonkin Science Leadership Academy DaSilva, Kiamesso Jonathan Michael Estey Andrew Gegios Shady Side Academy Genstein, Nathan Mary A Krauland Southern Lehigh HS Becker, Alexander M. Becker, Benjamin M. Stough, Melissa P. David R Long Strath Haven HS Gyourko, Julia Lofgren, Lena # Manaker, Eli Myers, Sarah # Jeff Kahn Towanda Jr-Sr HS Ismailova, Ezoza # Layne-Perkins, Samantha # Locke, Erica Madill, Whitney Mendler, Meghan Sheets, Tyler ## Tavani, Hannah # Julie Larnard-Newbury Truman HS Saresky, Kaitlyn

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**** 30 N O N *** 43 W Z L *** * 46 X X X X ** 17 S A Y Y H * * 1 W 9 S ** 11 H S O *** 3 X R X U * 17 D U D Z D D Z ** 25 A

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Janine Gushue Tom Gushue Justin Thomashefsky Unionville HS Binder, Andrew DeMarco, David Hunt, Damian Kinane, David Li, Anna Pampati, Amit Qureshi, Sophia Singh, Ashwin # Wang, Alex Yang, Nicholas Julie Krause Ashley Murphy Upper St Clair HS Amin, Amna # Besselman, Tyler Durrani, Hashim Durrani, Raahema Goff, Charlize Kaplan, Macey # Kewalramani, Arushi # Lahoti, Yash Lantzman, Jacob Mahajan, Tanmayee Misquitta, Neale Rosati, Shebl Troughtzmantz, Caleb Wang, Vicki Benjamin Edwards West Allegheny HS Wheatley, Catherine Lauren Barry Michael Quinn Michael L. Shaffer SOUTH CAROLINA Bob Jones Academy Case, Evan Paul Henderson, Carter Jones, Katherine M. Tuck, Anna Chuck H Nicholas Gail L Nicholas Greenville Technical Charter HS Abdeladl, Roann # Ashley Moreira Coralie Watkins David Watkins Mauldin HS Castro, Christopher Katie Adams Greg Snoad Riverside HS Bhatia, Sooruj ## Bubanich, Carolyn #

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* 8 S X L R Y N U F N X 23 L R O W O N N W W Y W H L W ** 2 H * * 24 W W W W ***** **** 2 F

31 W 30 O L


(SC - SD) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

Chiu, Ian D'Souza, Janine Dawson, JD Diaz, Daniella Vi Dods, Audrey Therese Gallagher, Michael # Gramopadhye, Neil # Hickey, Abby Ingle, Faith # Lage, Dean Alexander Li, Cindy McKeel, Jaimie Murray, Julia Kate # Patterson, Nicole ## Ramasubramanian, Pratamesh Remley, Devin ## Samard, Bjore Shawn Shah, Priyanka Simonis, Emma Tapp, Will # Thomas, Matt Lawrence Voelk, Stephan M Wang, Kelly Woo, Joshua # Zadeh, Ahva Heather Marie Brown McGregor Cook David Dejesa Mel Gaddy Pete Martin Rhett Reese Jeff Schmauch John Williams Southside HS Garrett, Chase ## Goldsmith, Andrew # Gonzalez, Leo Kelly, Jana ## Lear, Henry Martin, John # Watts, Bryce Jason Eric Johnson SOUTH DAKOTA Aberdeen Central HS Cooke, Matthew Douglas, Grace Fouberg, Margaret Gauer, Jayde Jamal, Hamza # Langbehn, Maxwell Prosper, John ## Ringgenberg, Hunter Wieland, Sophie Wilkinson, Lauren Jon Dunnick Sydney Gelling Colter Heirigs

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Z N L O U W N N Y S Z W W N W Z R F H W Y D U R D ** * * * 26 A H D A S O D

37 F Z U A X H X L Z R

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Kerry Konda Roger McCafferty Lucy Wang Brandon Valley HS Gunderson, William Gina Koehn Brookings HS Crinion, Aine Hanson, Courtney # Kharel, Dhwani # Lansang, Angela Rahman, Kashfia Roy, George Smith, Grayson Visser, Loren Witt, Kia Keith Campbell Judy Kroll Carrie Oorlog Sally Pies Kendrick Walton Douglas HS Larsen, Ireland Nick Reid Harrisburg HS Cole, Hayden M # Dinger, Landon # Dunteman, Hunter R Menke, Benjamin W # Kip B. McKee Huron HS Snow, Jasmine Mitch Gaffer Laura Iverson Lennox HS Bultena, Maxwell J Haan, Samantha Waltjer, Nathan T Brooke Fodness Cindy A. Larson Michael Larson Mitchell HS Grimsley, Raina ## Hetland, Madison Melanie Jacobson O'Gorman HS Asfora, Eloise # Bear, Anna Billion, Samuel # Diedrich, Samuel # Duffy, Seamus Evans, Taylor Fritz, Thomas Hammer, Kathryn Holtz, Sophie # King, Alexander ## Lawler, Rudy Maxwell, Nick

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Events * ** 6 Z ** 54 W D L O Y D S H F ******* *** 2 L * 8 N N N N *** 34 O **** 9 W A W ** 34 Y U 37 W D H N F O D Y U N D A


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

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Student and Instructor

(SD - TN) Notes

Events

Nelson, James R Pekas, Nathaniel Q Schoenhard, Cassidy # O Shaik, Anjum W Tomac, Carli D Teresa Fester *** Chloe Goldade Gregory LaFollette Meredith Molseed Jesse Nelson Robert Stevens *** Douglas Tschetter ******* Roosevelt HS 20 Cook, Alexander W Graciano, Carla X Husakovic, Belma R Josko, Gabriel W Moriarty, Caroline X Muvvala, Reshma R Sturm, Brina W Wong, Engie W Jennifer S Bergan Gabor *** Luke Cumbee * Grace Gill Bo Pons Sioux Falls Christian HS 1 Ackerman, Elise A Jessica DeWit Sioux Falls Lincoln HS 48 Carlson, Claire # D Folkerts, Dakota F Haan, Sofia # Z Nash, Jonathan W Osmundson, Katie U Overstreet, Rachel D W Peters, Maximilian S Scere, Zindeh A Y Stevens, Steven # W Stoebner, Noah James # D Tony Martinet * Patrick Pope Kit Rodgers Tony Welter Spearfish HS 17 Bakeberg, Jacksyn Y Comer, Kenna N Hersch, Taylor N Neumiller, Hannah R Smith, Griffin ## Y Smith, Logan R Danielle Ligtenberg Leslie Speirs Robert Speirs *** Stevens HS 34 Uzunlar, Eda S Samantha Pellman Heywood Andrew Robinson Sturgis Brown HS 23

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Van Sickle, Tanner Eric Johnson Tea Area HS Morehead, Jaelyn Jordan Bakken Washington HS Curry, Izzy ## Decker, Braeden # Morgan, Maddy Osorio, Isabella ## Travis Dahle Justin Heyd Michelle McIntyre Eric Uecker Watertown HS Carlson, Grant # Linngren, Michael # Maag, Brandon # Melanson, David Mitchell, Blake O'Brien, Connor # Roy, Rebecca Thorson, Isabelle Vlasman, Aaron Walker, Sydney Walraven, Maccrae Kyle Downey Michael Jacobsen Donus D. Roberts Tami Voight Scott Walker Yankton HS Waid, Leah Leo Kallis Jalatama Omar TENNESSEE Battle Ground Academy Ball, Benjamin Helberg, Zack # Kennedy, Clare Frances # Kruse, Nathan ## McCaleb, Emma # Cadi Kadlecek Brentwood Academy Black, Brandon ### Clark, Christopher Nesbitt, Katherine ### Smith, Grace # Austin Groves Brentwood HS Adabala, Saahit Brown, Andrew # Kumar, Shreyas # Pillai, Aditya Wahid, Naba Matthew Grimes Bette Lordeman

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31 W W W F F 24 Y A O H 27 W U R W S


(TN - TX) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Harriet L Medlin Collierville HS Capitanelli, Emma Rozanski, Matthew Ernest Thomas, Claire Jeffrey D Robbins Henry County HS Clark, Natalie # Raymer, Charlie Linda Wilson Miller Jefferson County HS Ellsworth, Seth Stokes, Jonah Bryan McCampbell Montgomery Bell Academy Barton, Aden Funk, Sam Jablonski, Henry Ben # Jameson, William Kyle # Kevin Hamrick Morristown West HS Collins, Taegan Jo Cox, Christopher Garrett Groner, Kyler Kowalski, Kendyl # Kutbay, Anna # McDermott, Isaiah reyes, pedro Salazar, Jose Suzanne W Terry Ravenwood HS Anctil, Sam Ghantasala, Sudeep # Jain, Riya # Johnston, Preston ### Novak, Adam Elise Dirkes-Jacks Brian Kaufman Rossview HS Cole , Megan Lee Hodge Sriram, Pramika Stewart, Shelby Nicole Watts, Carson Lee Ellen Beach Holly Lanham Seymour HS Jernigan, Chandler # Danielle Trainer-Smallwood St Cecilia Academy Dongas, Zoe Sheppard, Cameron Catherine C. Stamps TEXAS A & M Consolidated HS He, Cassie Lamb, Benjamin # Palazzolo, Elizabeth #

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***** 21 Y W U 40 Z H *** 7 D D *** 46 X X X X * 23 O D Z A Z D A W ***** 12 H N N N N 9 W W S R *** 2 W * 7 D D ** 18 W U F

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Events

Razvi, Aabid Sprintson, Michael Marissa Pena Alief Early College HS Lopez-Aguilar, Elizabeth Nans, Deborah Nguyen, Anhminh Phuc Vasquez, Michelle Jimmy Ha Wanda Harrell Alief Elsik HS Ekane, Mbolle Ashley Freeman Alief Taylor HS Fatima, Duaa Ha, Steven Kannedy, Jayden Adesuwa Omoruyi All Saints Episcopal School Huggler, Victoria # Pan, Evan Kristi L Braley All Saints Episcopal School - Lubbock Chaudhuri, Natalie # Tim Doty Jack Seymore Amarillo HS Austin, Matt Lee, Ethan Miertschin, Duncan West, Macy Willis, Malachi # Mellessa Denny Americas HS Chacon, Carlos Couch, Kinsley Donnely, Kyle ## Flores, Ricardo ## Garcia, Matthew Morales, Samantha # Ramirez, Angelina Irene Gardea Andrews HS French, Samantha Lopez, Taylor Sais, Journey Schwarz, Cooper # Trevino , Andrew Pam Kasinger Andy Dekaney HS Edmonds, Tierra S'nai # Mitchell, Trevonte Teresa McNaspy LaKeisha Randle Arlington HS Kana, Brijan Khanna, Kevin Ramsey, Tiffany Grace

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(TX) Notes

Events

George J Davis Jonni Davis * Athens HS 7 Head, True # W Hernandez, Matthew # U Lott, Gavin N. H Pulver, Michael # S Sanchez, Jose W Nicole Cornish * Carver Hodgkiss Kyle Januszewski Aubrey HS 11 Allen, Christian W Housewright, Rachael W Shumway, Trevor W Simmons, Avery W Edgar Jackson Banquete HS 2 Boggiano, Dante R # L Whitman, Tia Angelique W Chris Hess Max A. Thompson * Debbie Ann Wheeler-Winkler Barbers Hill HS 3 Goode, Ethan # X Johnson, Pamela Nicole # X Wingo, Hailegh W Christopher Brannen Bellaire HS 59 Brown, Robert # N Che, Melanie Z Clarke, Ashley # Z Ding, Lucy X Finley, Evan S Guo, Kevin X Kono, Alissa N Kraynak, Jason # W Li, Joy X Morris, Rhiannon W Nechiti, Iaona R Tate, Jacob # N Waterland, Maya # N Wu, Gabriel X Jay Stubbs ****** Borden County HS 2 Collins, Trent Bryson # W Sue Jane Sullivan Buffalo HS 2 Grisham, Evan # W Menefee, Colby Z Molina, Lilah Q Slaughter, Tate D White, Zachary D Jill Henson Melonie Menefee Burges HS 14 Estrada, Tabitha A Hicks, Corey # F

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Matre, Seth # Carolyn Mackey Byron Nelson HS Pearson, Abigail Perkins, Claire Stauss, Hannah Carla Marie Reisman Carroll HS - Southlake Lin, Emma ## David H. Brown Centennial HS Bartee, Chris Dunford, Alexandra # Frankel, Garion Grinffiel, Daniel Pellegrini, Lily Sheehan, Brian Kris Compton Center HS Bailey, Jessica Perkins, Martheaus Pam Franklin Douglas Moore Central HS - San Angelo Antu , Alfredo Byers, Morgan # Eubanks , Mikayla Glassford, Henry Lowe, Brendan Mayville, James Montoya, Gabriel Myers, Dakota Patel, Dwarkesh Shaw, Keely Stephenson, Taylor Timme, Lexi Vincent, Michael Wilson, Gracie Tim Haynes Julie Schniers Chaparral Star Academy Craciun, Julia Allison Eagle, Cameron Herbowy, Hanna Herrera, Olivia Little, Elise Trinidad-Escobar, Emmy # Frank Rivera Chapin HS Perdue, Sarah James Thompson Cinco Ranch HS Ding, Ruihua William Lytle, Angela # Pandey, Manav Mark Mazzu Clark HS Lu, Annie #

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Y 10 W W O ** 15 S * 7 N R U N Y F * 1 A W * 24 O F H D R N N D L Z O D U D * 2 Z Y Z D O D 7 S 6 N S N 11 Z


(TX) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Cheryl Potts Claudia Taylor Johnson HS Bautista, Lillian Carlson, Matthew Williams, Cassandra # Jay Asterman Michelle Watkins Clear Creek HS Holmes, Mercedes Inez Brian Darby Clear Falls HS Byrom, Jerika Tomas G. Cosenza Clear Lake HS Rao, Ankita Ryan Nassif Colleyville Heritage HS Ali, Raheena Hameed # Ladhani, Arsh # Leventis, Marina # Manjee, Sarah Nutt, Miranda ## Shivji, Alina # Siddique, Manaal Watson, Will # David Huston Liya Khan John Sims Cooper HS Harden, Nathanael Miller, Kate Naizer, Hayden Seth David Pietsek Coppell HS Chintalapudi, Adithya # Dammanna, Dheemant Donapati, Akhil # Patel, Purvam Brian Bloss Creekview HS Putter, Lexi # Yowell, Kaden Sean-Michael Cohn Cy-Fair HS Liu, Amanda Ortiz, Evan # Robles, Sthefany Sethi, Kavya Welch, Tess # Perry Beard Cypress Creek HS Goemmer, Collin Lehmann, Daniel ## Dustin Kay Cypress Falls HS Chukwu, Dinah Koether, Phillip Yarto, Alison

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Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Debbie Waddell Cypress Lakes HS Cox, Alex # Hannah McCord Cypress Woods HS Bertinot, Hannah Lee, Eileene Malik, Tvisha O'Leary, Sean John Augillard, III Dimmitt HS Womack, Laura Rhealyn Melissa Witt Sami Womack Douglas MacArthur HS Berumen, Adrian # Glasscock, Brett ## Green, Heather Keyser, Timothy Thompson, Amber # Rebecca Sibley Dulles HS Rajwani, Anusha # Yen, Timothy # Sarah Cleveland Earl Warren HS Okunlola, Nelson # LeNita Beetem Smith Eastwood HS Hulbert, Christopher # Moraveg, Leonardo # Solis, Ryan ## Tullius, Jacob # Laura Herrera El Campo HS Kennedy, Rhys A. Mireles, Natalie Marie Nunley, Hannah Maree Leslie Hernandez Katrese Skinner El Paso Coronado HS Al-Dasouqi, Hanaa Bohnaker, Ashley Carroll, Nichole Kyle Peterson Flower Mound HS Agrawal, Likhit Chakraborty, Nikhita Das, Shreyoshi # Gowda, Anisha N. Motupalli, Trisha Palit, Ishita Whipple, Kyle C. Eric Mears Foster HS Dixon, Rahmane Ladejah ## Garner, Jahvonte Isibor, Kenneth

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Events *** 3 F 9 N N N N * 3 Q ** ** 27 S N R N R 20 X X 6 L ** 20 N N U O 12 W W W * ** 21 W W L * 13 W W W W Q Z U *** 15 Y D D


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Martinez, Theresa Kasey Ryan Willeby Kendra Willeby Franklin HS Gonzalez, Karime Padron, Alexus # Kim Falco Frenship HS Mallindine, Maximilian Kolbe Heather Byars April Langehennig Friendswood HS Adams, Carter Bateman, Kennedy Ehrig, Kelsey Mills, James Sims, Rachel Cheryl V. Ryne Garland HS Bobadilla, Jason Tammy Claeson Lory A Stewart George Ranch HS Heussner, Peyton Lindsay, Morgan ## Olabisi, Lara # Osho, John Sheikh, Aisha Stuart, Barry Erica Baker Godley HS Irvin, Merrick Lutrick, Cason Oliveira, Brooklyne ## Shurley, Julianne Chelsea Avalos Arthur Bone Good Shepherd School Kester, Benjamin Alexander Sara Maynard Grand Prairie Fine Arts Academy Beall, Brazi Sue # James, Bailey # McGee, Trey McKay, Adarius ## Norris, Gustavo Wikoff, Christian Jordan Fetter Grand Prairie HS Catalanotto, Michael Freeman, Darius # Joshua Eguia Kathleen Post Grapevine HS Herrera, Andrea Krumwiede, Camille Leach, Drake ## Marino, KJ

(TX) Notes

Events

H * 18 W W ** 6 R 22 L U R U F ****** 20 A ** 7 H A A R W O 7 X S X A 11 R * 3 O D D D D A 9 O A 25 D D H D

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Miller, Jackson Sims, Tiffany # Slicker, Greyson # Jane G Boyd Grant Hahn Greenhill School Ahmad, Samar Eckert, Christopher Krishnan, Shruthi # Myers, Anna Wegener, Timothy Zhou, Brian Zlotky, Ryan Eric W. Forslund Aaron Timmons Cynthia Timmons Gregory Portland HS Cappadonna, John # DuBose, Brianne O'Riley, Camryn Charlotte E Brown Salena Pereida W E Schuetz Harlingen HS Burbach, Grant ## Salas, Brandon # Tyler, Irene Steven James Cano Courtney Marie MacNeil Harlingen HS South Duncan, John # Durant, Jessica # Garcia, Hondo Gomez, Jaime # Gonzalez, Angela # Gracia, James # Ingram, Christian # Luevanos, Valerie Sauceda, Lucero Smith, Chris # Julia Brebner Lee Ann Ince Hastings HS Grant, Rebecca # Liana Hinojosa Letra Johnican Hebron HS Wheatley, Joseph Luke Leeann Solice Hendrickson HS Baker, Brian # Hann, Bryce # Otero, Rene Valdespino, Sofia Kirsten Nash Hereford HS Council, Destiny Nathaniel Council

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(TX) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

Notes

Events

Highland School Petty, Cheyanna # Leigh Petty Holy Cross Catholic Academy Aranda, Nicholas ## Pena, William # Robert A Busch Holy Trinity Catholic HS Barkis, Brenn Dowling, Jack Lamborn, Zoe Mosmeyer, Blaise ## Mosmeyer, Samuel Chris Mosmeyer IH Kempner HS Leavitt, Thomas Cameron # Sehgal, Jai Jared White J Frank Dobie HS Amerson, Temaya Debranique Bolden, Jazmyn # Davis, Terrilyn Miranda Groves, Keishon Jefferson, Legacy Hiwan Okhuozagbon, Ariana Uriah # Rivera, Beatriz Robertson, Rebecca # Spigner, Lillian # Watson, Monica Idella # Woitena, Caitlyn Juliette Janelle Hill Adams Andrew George Barrett Jack C Hays HS Coffey, Ryan Gouzien, Peyton Walker, Chance Gina Lozano James Bowie HS Drost, Carter Houdek, Zachary J. # Lopez, Emma # Maedgen, Jack E. Newton, Caleb ## Schoolar, Eli Brian Alford Marco Antonio Bazan James E Taylor HS Hooshmand, Layla ## Ribera, Claudia # Wang, Amber Gay Hollis Gregory A McGee Jasper HS Charmani, Nihal Desai, Saavni Dhondi, Pranay Fan, Joy Jiang, Anthony

2 W 5 U W 8 W R N N W ** 10 X X 11 H D Y D D Y Z D A O O 17 W W F * 6 D W Y W S D * 27 Y W L ***** ** 16 R S F W W

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Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Kandala, Shiva Lin, Jennifer Manoj, Malvika Wei, Jacqueline # Tom McCaffrey JBS Law Magnet HS Gao, Michael # Derek Liles Kris Wright Jersey Village HS Flores, Joseph Gregory Higgins Regina Jennings John Connally HS Kern, Anthony Miguel Harvey John Tyler HS Ferguson, Triston Latrell Tilley, Ta'Corian April Caldwell Keller HS Hasham, Malak Deborah Garoui Kerr HS Aitbouchireb, Rem # Bui, Huy Derek Davis Kingwood HS Faulkner, Colette ## Gagne, Alex Gifford, Jeff Grantham, Emily McCrary, Darian Pina, Ingrid Saklou, Leila Audra Langston Jason Langston Klein HS Dhuper, Dhruv # Ivey, Wade Jilani, Humza # Lin, Max # Zhou, Andy Ryan A Hennessey Klein Oak HS George, Alan Wynne, Marc Angie Richard L C Anderson HS Foster, Bryce # Manning, Steven Patterson, Ava Rentala, Anindu # Robey Holland Michael Jennings La Vernia HS Cortez, Joseph Elsik, Sean #

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Events R F W U 5 L * 20 Z * 5 W 2 R F * 2 W 12 D D ** 24 W N N W W A W * 37 N Z N U F * 14 Q H * 10 N R A N 7 W U


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Fuller, Dillon # Kappmeyer, Cymbrey Kosub, James # Maldonado, Danielle # Noah James Recker Lake Travis HS Belov, Julia Buckner, Spencer # Caudle, Christy Ehresman, Katya Heaslip, Sara Martinez, Nicholas # Marilyn Myrick Lamar Consolidated HS Mitchell, Cameron Mouton, Meagan Nealy, Leigh Annette Nge, Megan Mantoh Yvonne Eype Lamar HS - Houston Brown, Michael Derden, Lyle # Hajdik, Hugh Nelson-Groocock, Alexander Scantlebury, Noah # Sheena, Erin Stranges, Gabriel Sunder, Lekha # Taylor-Sheinman, Dikla # Trapolino, Noah Eloise Weisinger Blair Leon HS Cox, Caden # Cunningham, Chon Garcia, Colby # McCoslin, Nathan # Merry, Daniel # Stan K. Standly Lindale HS Bass, Haley Bewersdorf, Evan # Brock, Dallas Cook, Emma Desai, Ronak # Ellgass, Ashlyn Guidotti, Jeremy McWhorter, Robert Ray, Ashley # Rodden, Samantha # Tagg, Elizabeth ## Wyatt, Anthony Kari (Spence) McKenzie Janice Caldwell J.P. Fugler Rory McKenzie Lovejoy HS Cross, Joseph Dennis, Grant #

(TX) Notes

Events

N W N F * 7 S F H L O H 27 D O D Y 33 N F N F S W W U W L **** 2 W W A F O ** 17 Z F W W X Y X X L Y Z X * **** * * 5 D D

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Golden, Mason Hager, Elizabeth Johnson, Kaitlyn Parker, Clay Thomas # Richardson, Pierce John Rouse, Anna # Thompson, Dayton Jake Cosio Tami J. Parker Lubbock HS Ghandour, Gabriella Ghandour, George Powell, Caleb Jayson Anderson LV Hightower HS Gardezi, Maham Joseph, Nina Marie Mandalapu, Riya Shaikh, Shahryar Mehmood Valentin Jimenez Mabank HS Pridgen, Jacey # Snyder, Jake Ian Jason Caldwell Magnolia HS Eyre, Ethan L Cindi H. Havron Eric M. Schwerdtfeger McKinney Boyd HS Cotts, Shannon O'Neill, Cole # Carl Scafuro McKinney HS Burch, Justin Cassidy, Miranda Couch, Hannah # Milliken, Budd Riley # Kelly Mader McKinney North HS Harris, Gabrielle Poates, Ashanti Angi Burns McMillen HS Milligan, Melanie Diane Worman Melissa HS Ashley, Clayton Berkland, Justin Crain, Hallie Gallimore, Jacob Richardson, Drew Kyle Brenner Megan Moore Memorial HS - Houston Du, Olivia Foster, Kendrick Misra, Parth Yang, Samuel

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S L W H W W W * 11 U W L 11 O D D H *** 2 R S * 3 U **** 5 Y U 3 U S Z Z * 5 Q A 2 Z 4 W D W D L * 45 X W X W


(TX) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

Notes

Events

Cecil M Trent III Midlothian HS Renfroe, James # Sandoval, Joy Kristi Bogy Mildred HS Jennings, Paige MacLeod, Rowan Jamey Pritchett Monsignor Kelly Catholic HS Cormier, Colin Marita Duesler Montgomery HS Constantine, Grayson Whitaker, Michael Andrew Jacob Koshak Christopher Stowe Mount Pleasant HS Adams, Jamie Segovia, Nathon Cody Morris Mountain View HS Garcia, Obed Jodoin, Morgan Rodriguez, Caira Edna De La Fuente Christina Luna North Lamar HS Edwards, Kay ## Hodgkiss, Colin # Hodgkiss, Katie Huffman, Zach Musgrove, Steele ## Remaley, Mason Kristi Hodgkiss Northland Christian School Anastos, Alexa # England, Kaitlyn Gay, Max Lanier, Sarah ## Purcell, Margaret # Courtney Coffman Northwest HS Turacy, Nathan Amberley Ferrell Oliver Academy Oliver, Mari # LaShan Arceneaux Pflugerville HS Akano, Stanley Ume-Ezeoke, Juliet # Elizabeth Waldrop Pharr San Juan Alamo Southwest HS Ortiz, Danny Laura Liza Sauceda Sergio Sauceda Plano East Senior High School Thomas, Aswathi #

**** 4 N N * 3 X X 7 Q ** 7 X X * 1 O W 2 X X W 14 X W W X U W ** 11 R W H F W 5 O 1 S 13 W F * 2 H 28 Y

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Julie Malcom Plano Sr HS Chang, Jae Chen, Sarah Govindacharyula, Prakruti Graham, Kelly Hu, Katherine ### Khanolkar, Lena # Krishnan, Aparna ## Smith, Elizabeth Teachenor, Nicolas # Cheryl Potts Neal White Sara Zinck Plano West Sr HS Alpial, Uzair Bhagwath, Ankur # Bhattarai, Gunjan ## Desai, Ashwin # Hao, Cindy # Huang, Peter ## Kara, Mishan # Khalilian, Elizabeth Lin, Ranie # Lu, Christina # Ramaswamy, Nikhil ## Reddy, Chetan # Singh, Shaaswat Wang, Ellen ## Yang, Carlyn # Yang, Jerry Zhang, Stephanie Kattie Leito Rhonda Smith Pottsboro HS Graham, Kristen Jason Gattis Sherry Stephens Princeton HS Long, Ron # Malhas, Christopher Michael Miles, Khalil Roets, Jr., Michael J ## Robert C Cox Racheal Olson Jimmy L. Smith Prosper HS Antonakakis , Alecxander Derebery , Bryan Elmer, Zach # Howe, Alex Jordan, Hunter Loving, Josie Werner, Mark ## Aaron M. Renaud Richard King HS Adams, Hunter # Al-Akash, Lameece

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FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Deller, Natalie # Mack, Samuel Allen # Mack, Stephen Martinez, Fernando # Schauer, Kalista ### David Gardiner Eric Pinon Richardson HS Faruk, Rasin Hardage, Colin # Osuchukwu, Prosper Laura Coker-Dearth Ronald Reagan HS Castro, Alexandra # Gayton, Christina ## Kamat, Rhea # Labiaga, Pablo Lalani, Arasha Mainali, Deena Morris, Katie # Nunez, Juan # Pederson, Kaylyn # Quesada, Diego # Siddiqi, Haaris # Sodders, Alex # Webster, Harrison Brian Eanes Matt Reichle Round Rock Christian Academy Cato, Andy Cathleen Ferose Trent Sutton Royse City HS Richter, Jake # Rivera, Noemi Matthew Stewart Saginaw HS Hiett, Ashley Noone , Dylan Van Saders, Andrew # Josh Aaron Hamilton Saint Mary's Hall HS Barnett, Mary ## Clement, Philip # Fisher, Kate # Garcia, Gabriella Guy, Maddie ## Mattey, Nicci # Pape, Andi Reford, Saskia Rubsamen, Anne Warnecke, Emma # Colin Malinak Joseph Muller San Marcos HS Hutchinson, William Obregon, Daisy Josh Aguilar

(TX) Notes

Events

N W N N L ** 13 N F N 17 O D Y H Y L Z D O Y X X H *** * 5 H * 9 L A 6 O O H * 9 H D F D A Z U U U O 11 X X

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor David R Holmes Seminole HS Acosta, Isabel Hiebert, Madeline # Danny Stottlemyre Savanna Winn Seven Lakes HS Kannan, Preethi Kapur, Bhumika # Kim, Jun-Yong # Okoli, Amarachi Rai, Supreet Sim, Jae-Kyung Sun, Karen Yu, Michael Terrick Brown Lillian Ogunbanjo-Adeyemi Shepton HS Chhabra, Eshan Christopher Hammer Sherman HS McGinn, Colin Christopher S. Dickson Sandra Truly Snyder HS Hurt, Alanna Russell John Anglin South Grand Prairie HS Camarena, Giovanny DeLaBarcena, David # Denton, Andrew Moore, Neiman O'Donnell, Chloe ## Forrest Denbow Amanda Kay Hopkins Mark Steiner Spring Woods HS Bautista, Cesar Brown, Hunter Melendez, Joel Menslage, Jeremiah ## Victoria Beard Harry Yu St Agnes Academy Mulry, Grace Sharon Gehbauer Kate Wright Stephen F Austin HS - Sugar Land Li, Victor Tan, Daniel Gia Eason Strake Jesuit College Preparatory Chen, Matthew Thorburn, Drew Chris Castillo Jerry Crist Sudan HS Burrell, Christopher ##

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Notes

Events

12 H A ** 10 S U R Z H L Y U * ** 11 S * 4 R * 6 W 11 H D D A H * 17 W R Y S ** 9 Z * 8 N N 22 L L *** 4 W


(TX) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

Notes

Events

Melendez, Beatriz Tina Altum Jonathan Robertson Tascosa HS Lockhart, Tearanee Urias, Johnathan Ryan Lovell The Kinkaid School Knobloch, Dani Powers, Spencer Jason Courville Eric Emerson The Village School Alvi, Hajra Ramesh-Iyer, Aditya Tom Hill Heather Huffman THEO Christian Bond, Ethan Bryant, Hannah ## Harms, Ashtyn # Jewell, Ethan Jewell, Evan ## Jones, Joshua # Marshall, Beth Meredith, Henry # Perez, Carmen ## Ross, Austin Wolf, Lexi Donna Szumila Theodore Roosevelt HS - San Antonio Johnson, Aldrian Mandell, Matthew Jennifer Purcell Tompkins HS Gulrajani, Aman ## Khami, Nicholas David Puranik, Siddhant Toong, Ping Rui # Xu, Byron # Weston Elkins Trinity Valley School Lee, Hae Seong # Liao, Brian # Austin Johnson Tuloso Midway HS Janak, Vada Pierce, Kelsey Tasha Kneis Valle Verde Early College HS Lira, Jacqueline Ontiveros, Benjamin James Alan Brown Kenneth Porter Van HS Allen, Olivia # Gray, Dylan # Hatt, Hobbes #

W 30 W S 29 X X * ** 1 O L 6 W Y Z Y W F U H N R N * 5 A S 3 W Z R F U * 3 X X 4 W O * 1 D D 14 D N D

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

Heard, Jackson ## Benjamin David Palmer Larry Wisdom Victoria East HS Marek, Natalie Meis, Calder Bryan Winn Victoria West HS Garcia, Jaycob Andrew Griffith Vista Ridge HS Kjeldsen, Vanessa Sarah Salinas W B Ray HS Abdulla, Ali Carroll, Carlos # Farishta, Anahita # Graves, Julie Hoover, Brenden J. Speed, Anna Olivia # Stearns, Christopher Daniel ## Stearns, John Henry # Andrew Garcia Walker Perkins James Stroud West Hardin HS Atkinson, Josiah ## Battenfield, Jacob # Loftin, Chance May, Brett # Peek, Thomas Sandra M Peek Heather Williams Westbury Senior HS Agguirre-Rubio, Martha Huff, James Sanders, Jeremy Greg Mayo Westfield HS Ventura, Kevin A Emerald Merrell Westwood HS Freeman, Jackson Iyer, Nathan Limbachiya, Yatha Mambapoor, Dhruva Ruishi Wang Whitehouse HS Burckhartt, Tyse Jones, Skylar Kiara Dawn John Nichols William H Taft HS Henretty, Victoria Quinn, Catherine Schrader, Eve Kate Jones-Rickman William P Clements HS Ancheta, Jason

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Notes

Events N 10 W F 3 R 1 A 8 X S X W W Z X X

4 L D D S O * 9 W W W *** 19 A 11 U N N L 8 D D 1 W R W 14 S


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Desai, Yash Gomber, Gaurav Kolluri, Nikhil Misrack, Joshua # Renita Johnson Winston Churchill HS Coltzer, William Jacobson, Chase # Morales, Jonathan ## Wolf, Benjamin ## Preston Stolte Ysleta HS Davila, Anevay Gardea, Malanie Juarez, Mario Loya, Michael Danielle Garcia Michael Ryan Tune UTAH Alta HS Ashdown, Dallan Mason Wolf, Caroline De Oliviera Tanya Roundy Beaver HS Christiansen, Kya Mitchell, Avery Preston Clarke Carbon HS Cox, Jaylee Kourianos, Zoey Morrison, Joven Pendleton, Alheli Gail Scoville Clearfield HS Allen, Samantha Brown, Matthew Gonzalez, Ariel Hill, Aly Reis, Camilla # Self, Curtis Uribe, Raven Lorin Harris Cottonwood HS Baksh, Rehana Soraya Morris, Ashley Anne Stewart, Natasha Grace Troyer, Echo Pat Kittel Adam R. Wilkins Davis HS Blue, Mallory ## Chada, Gurismran Feigleson, Jonah Frederick, Rieley # Jacox, Savannah Merice Petersen, Natalie Miranda Lloyd

(TX - UT) Notes

Events

W F L U **** 39 L W X X 15 S W W R ** 36 Y O 14 H H * 16 D Z D Z ** 21 D L F U S O D 24 R W W W ** 29 H Z W W Y Y

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Grand County HS Geiser, Phillip Michael Carrie Strecker Granger HS Lotz, Nelson # Pat Kittel Corey R Tuckness Grantsville HS Christensen , David Knutson, Preston ## Mulford, Cas T Serr, Gavin ## Brett Rydalch Hillcrest HS Pinjala, Sraavya Cheryl Sneddon Intermountain Christian School Menning, Isaiah Wirkus, Sonya Jacqueline Croswhite Juab HS Hennrich, Holton Jones, Megan Steele, Hunter Steele, Presley Sarah Bingham Kearns HS Tran, Henry Amanda Hurd Morgan HS Andersen, Hunter Cobabe, Elise Gibson, Michal Reznik, Daniela Layne Carter Northridge HS Gerrish, Gabe Griffiths, David Ho, Anson # McGarry, Zachary Shannon Chamberlain Park City HS Allison, Robbie Haas, Serena Herbst, Adam Hickey, Adam # Martinova, Boyana Swan, Teia Williams, Nina Sharon Ellsworth-Nielson Saige Miller Providence Hall HS Cauley, Monique Jacob Harris Neilson Stephen Porter Roy HS Beeli, Elizabeth Bradford, McKayle

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Notes

Events

6 L 9 F ** 3 N N N N 30 U 7 W L * 9 N N N N 10 S 2 W X W X * 14 Z W R F 6 X X W S L W W 1 U * 13 N N


(UT - VA) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Stephens, Jordan Gordon Peer Salem Hills HS Kent, Kamen Knapp, Rebeca Lindstrom, Mason Quesenberry, Sarah Towse, Christian Paul Welton, Meagan Doug Welton Sky View HS Austin, Katie Evans, Jeffery Larson, Elijah Martindale, Carter # Stoker, Mckenzie Jody Orme Skyline HS Duan, Lydia ## Pruitt, Asha Ragula, Kanishka Ragula, Vikrant Valero, Jacob Justin Baker Cindy D. Sidwell Skyridge HS Roundy, Angela Ruth Rachel Billings Stansbury HS Hammack, Tristan Jeff Saunders Syracuse HS Bassett, Brianna Stephens, Rebecca Adam Hess Timpview HS Diether, Cordelia Gabbitas, Matthew Jansen, Skye Jeon, Hae In Gregory D Arnold Tooele HS Amaro, Antonio Ignat, Simon Jonathan Lundgreen Viewmont HS Boateng, Abena Hall, Alexandra Holdstock, Ellen Photiadis, Sydney Michelle D Smith Shaylee Tulane Weber HS Cummings, Stephen Adam Webster Woods Cross HS Anderson, Kymberlee Brimhall, Joseph

Notes

Events

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

W 3 S N L N R O * 19 A L A R W * 36 Z A U F Y ** 1 A 4 Z 3 D D 9 A R S Y 2 D D 17 N W W N ** 20 S * 19 R N

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Fife, Camryn Louise Hall, David Brooke Gregg Wirtjo Leonard Erin Pack-Jordan VIRGINIA Blacksburg HS Hudait, Neha Ullrich, Emma Shelly Ferraraccio Joshua Thompson Broad Run HS Hess, Tyler Ron Richards Centreville HS Angelotti, Brendan James ## Theresa Angelotti Dominion HS Cahill, Alex Kalif, Faduma Sheryl Gusman Edison HS Mai, Kelly Stacey Kiggins Fluvanna County HS Forren, Savannah Garrett, Madison Logan, Alex Moncure, Kate Craig Edgerton Hargrave Military Academy Khraisat, Rashed Aaron Marshall John Champe HS Parikh, Shabrina Lori Gibson John Handley HS Capitano, Emma Rose # Deal, Haley # Patnode, Caroline Kelly Stallard Mackenzie Vanover Lake Braddock Secondary HS Wartel, Jake ## Duane Hyland Louisa County HS Hurst, Adriana Donna Love Madison County HS Butterworth, Thomas Benjamin Corbin, Jacob ## Franklin, Steven Arrington # Thomas, Molly ## Young, Rebecca ## Lydia Burk Emily Everard McLean HS

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Notes

Events N W ***

27 Y A 10 R *** 4 F 8 X X ** 23 Y 5 D D D D * 2 L 3 Z 6 H H L * 11 U * 2 O 20 Z A A H O 3


(VA - WA)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

Notes

Events

Sun, Christine Courtney Klein Salem HS - Salem Garst, Ashby Taylor Stevens, Phoebe Baker Lisa Garst Mark Leigh Ingerson Sherando HS Gustafson, Benjamin Archie Painter The Potomac School Arroyo, Raymond # Kwon, Minkyung Levin, Quentin # McKelvie, Bonnie Morehouse, Max # Rollins, Thomas Robert ## Rubio, Ramses Shenkman, Max Thompson, William # Younger, Joseph A AK Komanduri Marielle Nogay Harry W Strong Thomas Jefferson HS Science & Tech Matar, Dany Onteeru, Manu Marie Bakke WASHINGTON Bellevue HS Spurrier, Georgia Terry Jess Capital HS Barclay, Brenner H. # McCormick, Holly Elizabeth A Shine Cedar Park Christian Schools Craven, Zaynah DeCracker, Allison # Brent DeCracker Chiawana HS Andresen, Oliver Easterday, Baylee # Hernandez, Caleb Moore, Isaiah Vicky Hyde Federal Way HS Gostisha, Zackery # Lois Gorne Jason Woehler Gig Harbor HS Anderson, Eric # Bird, Griffin Caragan, Trevor Edgar, Nathan # Griffith, Samantha Hensley, Mckenzie

L 4 D D * 16 R *** 5 Y W N N W F W W N N ** 6 S S * 23 S 13 X X 5 W W

4 R Y Z O * 34 S ****** * 35 L N D D W A

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Jones, Hallie Kotansky, Steven Nold, Emily # Selby, Jackson Shaw, Justin Smith, Chase Yi, Irvin Andrew Chadwell Chris Coovert Jaime Holguin Glacier Peak HS Price, Abby Zarlingo, Lauren Derek Hanson Gonzaga Prep HS Blevins, Ryan Foster-Dow, William # Gamon, Valerie # Jones, Thomas # Khahera, Gurmehak Matoy, Evanjalina # Miller, Andru J. # O'Quinn, Ryland Staben, Luke Maclean Andrews Heritage HS - Vancouver Agard, Mark Paul Hamann Interlake HS - Bellevue Dogra, Archika Du, Emily Ip, Joshua Memon, Alia # Srikanth, Kavya Zheng, Effie Susan Mohn Lisa R Weber Kamiak HS Daniels, Kai Entner, Joseph Ky, Carolyn Miller, Jason Shin, Andrew Don S. Garnand Steven M Helman Kingston HS Hillsberry, Seth Mitchell Lasica Crane Mead HS Fetcho, Cynthia # Tran, Kellie Michael Stovern Mount Vernon HS Jurenka, Matthew Klein, Emily Parker, Grayson Kelley Kirkpatrick Newport HS

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Notes

Events

X N Z U X U F *** 8 A Z 35 N F W L N W F L U 2 F * 20 U W U L S F * 19 X X X R X * ***** 8 Q * 32 D D *** 22 W W W 23


(WA - WI) Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Giolitti, Jennifer Madan, Sachi Mandala, Akhil Helen A Boyer Jay Busch North Central HS Flannery, Sean Patrick Greene, Mykel Payne, Calvin Maegan Gomes Rylee Walter Peninsula HS Settle, Jacob Williams , Alex Kyle Kendall Puyallup HS Maghirang, Luke Violan # Martin, Madison Annemarie Robinson, Christopher James Roshau, Jordan Nicole Sarah M Sherry Raisbeck Aviation HS Glascock, Stephanie Readey, Emily Simmons, Jacob ## Ta, Hong Garrett Shiroma Saint George's School Chaudhry, Nikhil Darnall, Charlie # Generous, Grace Vera, Kylie Chad Rigsby Snohomish HS Ames, AhLana # Mielbrecht, Jordan # Randal, Katelyn # Mary Orlosky TAF Academy Jacob, Sarah Kimberly Leach Andrew Stuckey Tahoma Senior HS Davis, Elizabeth Gaston, Alyssa Mary Emma # Hibbert, Carissa Ribera, Joseph # Kaveh Dilmaghani Amy McCormick Scott Mercer The Bear Creek School Agbonile, Adesuwa Darape # Bakhmetyeva, Maria Finan, Alex # Finan, JJ Gallagher, Sean ## Gill, Victor # Hostetter, Hannah

Notes

Events

R W L 8 W U H 8 N N 37 W Y O Y *** 4 W L R W * 19 X X X X 17 D D W 3 O 13 H A Z H * * 5 Y D N N N W O

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Li, Justin Shen, Lauren Stepin, Alicia Unoki, Taylor # Wadhwani, Yasmin # Zhang, Richard # Kevin Davison Bob Gomulkiewicz Robert A Sorensen Thomas Jefferson HS Ajmal, Hannan Dillard, Erica # Lee, Cindy # Shibly, Hakeem Tang, Andrew Thompson, Maria Yesiltepe, Skyler # Andrew Buchan Meykia Smith University HS Anderson-Finke, Joci Frieske, Kira Goggin, Jordan Harty, Gage # Schultz, Trinity Stinson, Sierra Victoria Caswell David D Smith John Sommerlott W F West HS Biggers, Aurora Buchanan, Delani # Janelle Williams WEST VIRGINIA Cross Lanes Christian School Anderson, Ava Payton Sara C. Anderson WISCONSIN Appleton East HS Bednarowski, Rachel ## Boone, Jada # Herrmann, Anna # Hornung, Spencer # Larson, Leah Mast, Samuel ### Mast, Sophia McKinney, Richardson Kai Mindorff, Mackenzie Pitsch, Christian Rademaker, Jeff ### Rice, Annika Sawall, Chloe Sawall, Claire # Scanlon, Megan Stearns, Tyler

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TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Notes

Events N H W Z D Y * 20 W D D W W W F *** 19 A W W S W W *** 5 A H * 1 O

37 H A D O U L X N Y N U X A D D F


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

(WI - WY) Notes

Events

Turner, Megan O Vogel, Jack # L Ziegert, Allison D Kedrick Stumbris Michael Traas **** Debra L. Weiher-Traas ***** Bradley Tech HS 4 Carter, Keziah D Carter, N'namdi # F Harris, Diamond # D Pamela Brown Ernest Chomicki * Brookfield Central HS 22 Backliwal, Ishaan W Jayashankar, Aparna # U Kulkarni, Siddharth # W Larose, Sophie O Li, Hana D Sajid, Aafreen D Vasanti Vyas Brookfield East HS 29 Alexander, Namitha L Bhat, Ananth F Bhatt, Suchir ## N Klinker, Phillip A Mani, Shyam ## N Shreekumar, Arjun # L Kelsey Brinkman Dontae Hill Steve Sexton ** Denmark HS 4 Harper, Bailee B ### Y David Harper Jennifer Harper Golda Meir HS 2 Sims, Jaya # W David Umstot James Madison Memorial HS 15 Mann, Tejvir # Y Sandireddy, Anurag # U Votava, Jack # R Timothy M Scheffler *** Madison West High School 5 Jiang, Angela S Rademacher, Josef Z Walsh, Katherine Y Rita Pello John Rademacher * Timothy M Scheffler *** Lucy Woolson Messmer HS 2 Green, Aminah Adalah Mutáaliah W Massey, Queene' Tonia Montoya W Gail Burkel Middleton HS 3 Bresnick, Ellen N Soni, Sael N Sam Barbuch

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor Brittany Newman Dean Sweberg Ronald Reagan College Prep HS Bielawski, Alanna Sheikh, Samia Weissert, Amber Carrie Baker Rufus King HS Goodwin, Durron # Miela Fetaw Victor Trussell Sheboygan South HS Bhatta, Rakshya Mendez, Jonathan Reynoso, Austin Rafael Malyssa Gabrielson Ben Kroll Waupaca HS Bump, Christian Mark Otte Ronald G Steinhorst West Bend East HS Aamodt, Madelyn C. Doris J Sexton WYOMING Buffalo HS Ludwig, Logan Scott Emily Farwell Walter Farwell Cheyenne Central HS Church, Coleden Copeland, Kathleen # Frazier, Colten Katchmar, Jonathan Pearce, Juliana ## Rude, Carolyn Schwarz, Damon # Stephen, Austin Swilling, Hunter Torney, Leah M. Andrew R Dennis Elizabeth Dennis Madison Kirkbride Louis Uribe Breanna Walsh Cheyenne East HS Archambeau, Jessie Black, Pia Brower, Brittany Davis, Braeden Skylar Harwell, Andrew James Hirsch, Dylan # Hunt, Brenden James Lowry, Izzie Paiz, Noah # Rampolla, Roberto Scholz, Dorian

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Notes

Events

4 H S H * 17 A 50 S Z F * ** 14 S ***** 28 O **** 19 W * ** 58 S N A N Y S H N U N *

47 A Z D X X D L W X W D


(WY) Students and Coaches Student and Instructor

Sears, Connor # Seiloff, Elsha Swidecki, Michael Joseph Allen Pino Jeff Pope Matthew Prevedel Ashley Schulz Marcus W. Viney Cheyenne South HS Huff, Carly Jo Rachel Christoph Kate Greenwell Theresa Huff Cody HS May, Caitlin Stephany M. Anderson Anna Marie Victor Douglas HS Soske, Hope Sean Conaway Joel Schell Green River HS Allen, Victoria # Grubb, Abigaile ## Heisinger, Rachel Hoyt, Dallin Mckay # Karimi, Savrina Kloepper, Allison Kropf, Reina Lauze, Jesse # Marchal, Gregory ## Marchal, Patrick # Patterson, Leslie Shamer, Rebecca Jason Grubb RaNae Johnson Dan Parson Carina White Jackson Hole HS Arriola, Kyler Dunn, Ellie Foster, Mataya Trauner, Aaron # Tuttle, Maleah Irlonde Gagnon Margaret Gagnon Kelly Walsh HS Dunn, Carter # Fatima, Laiba # Nelson, Alex Sims, Kiara Spicher, Jonah Adrienne Morstad-Wyatt Jason Waugaman Laramie HS Bandyopadhyay, Shayak McManamen, Ryan Thomas Patricia L Smith

Notes Events

H D X *** *** 3 O

17 Y 11 H ** 29 Y Z L H L R D X X X D X ** * 30 O F N N U * *** 33 A O W Z W

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Student and Instructor

Notes Events

Lovell HS Christensen, Alecx Deb Fink Natrona County HS Barella, Stephanie Blackwelder, Lauren Blom, Taliah # Milburn, Kevin # Miller, Micah ## Jennifer M Beagles Mary Hoard Newcastle HS Heaton, Colin Whitney, Kinlee Michael Alexander Lindsey Ferguson Riverton HS Fenton, Nicholas # McLaughlin, Heather # Annette Thornton Rock Springs HS Berg, Ceejay Chollak, Elizabeth Fletcher, Ian Griffith, Austin # MacLellan, Spencer Skorcz, Riley Sparks, Hannah White, Brody Stephanie Cozzens Samantha Eaton George Fowler Suzie Schmid Allen Jeffrey Varley Sheridan HS Bruso, Annie # Porterfield, Jaxon Marla Hinrichs Torrington HS Wolfe, Hope Ranae Lyle Wiley Worland HS Brazelton, Dalen Elizabeth Becher Rick Dorn

* 24 W W *

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1 S 60 N U N S A *** 17 D D 31 D D ** 35 H W F L R N N R

29 W W ** 15 O 27 A *


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 202.

Students and Coaches

(U.S. - INT’L) Notes

U.S. TERRITORIES SAIPAN Grace Christian Academy Ito, Minna Natsuko Lee, Yu Jin # Grace G. Duran Marianas HS Nishida, Yuuki ### Wolf, Kelvin Dencio V. Manglona Mount Carmel School Snodgrass, Nathaniel Tobed Smith Saipan International HS Hartig, Shea Keith Tessen Saipan Southern HS Fernandez, Jeremiah Fernandez, Nehemiah Frank Lee Borja

4 Y A 15 F H 13 U 5 L 9 D D

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS BULGARIA 51 Elisaveta Bagryana School Hristova, Kristiana Stoyanov, Bojidar Hannah Leib Geo Milev GPAE Mott, James David Wilhelmina Vandenberg Lyudmil Stoyanov FLHS Chobanova, Stefani Hristova Tancheva, Magdalena Ivaylova Velichkova, Neli Kirilova Emily Enquist CHINA German School Shanghai Wakefield, Zachary Ray Xia, Xiaowen Eric Lanning Flynn Makuch Jiangsu Tianyi HS Xu, Ziyi Yu, Zhifei Eric Lanning Flynn Makuch Shanghai American School Gao, Jenny S. # Huang, Ruoyi Li, Sophia Lu, Bridget Chen Qing # Eric Lanning Flynn Makuch

1 D D 1 Y 3 Y D D

1 N N 1 N N

Students and Coaches

Shanghai International Studies University Bilingual School Shen, Yueqi Eric Lanning Flynn Makuch Shenzhen Foreign Language School Chen, Xingya Li, Jiamin Liu, Xiang Liu, Benjamin Eric Lanning Flynn Makuch Shenzhen HS Ni, Baoyi Wang, Yuanyuting Eric Lanning Flynn Makuch Yali HS Cao, Ke Qu, Xinyu Eric Lanning Flynn Makuch YK PAO School He, Chenglin Luo, Melody Eric Lanning Flynn Makuch JAPAN Municipal Urawa-Shibuya Makuhari HS Furuse, Nanako Mototani, Rena Hamano Kiyozumi Chris Organ Ritsumeikan Uji HS Hoshino, Ulala Kida, Sakurako Matsumura, Miyu Wang, Catherine Senzoku-Titans School Kawano, Arisa Shimizu, Ryan Chris Organ Shorin Global HS Saito, Nanami Watanabe, Kana Erin Suzuki

KOREA BC Academy Wang, Elena Sijin Wu, Qi Qi James Rawson Brentwood College School Yoon, Marc Sungjo James Rawson – 270 –

3 N N N N

Notes

1 Y 4 N N N N 2 N N 1 N N 1 N N

1 N N 2 N N N N 1 N N 2 Y Y

1 N N 1 L


(INT’L) Students and Coaches

Chadwick International Yang, Ju Young James Rawson Seoul International School Chung, Hae-lee # Ham, Andrew Si Yoon Yoo, Seoyun Lee, Doyoon James Rawson Stanford University Online HS Kim, Ga-Eun # James Rawson MOROCCO The American School of Tangier Gregoire, Hayden ## Sentoussi, Adnane Seuren, Intissar Lisa Gregoire Casablanca American School Faid, Zakaria Kim, Taeyeon Sabri, Hamid Sibai, Abdelkarim Jedidiah Carosaari TAIWAN Int’l Bilingual School – Hsinchu Chiueh, Dana Liu, Joshua Michael Gardner Morrison Academy-Taichung Cheng, Chien Jen Chuang, Kai-Chieh Julian Gagnon Taipei American School Chen, Brandon Chou, Gene Phil, Kelly Wang, Elliot TANZANIA Feza International School Masasi, Islam Daudi Richard, Michael Samwel Rutinwa, Darren Bonaventure Ibrahim Yunus Rashid

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Notes

What’s in a letter?

Students and Coaches

1 F

Notes

2 Y L N N

Invite parents, friends, and other guests to watch competition rounds throughout the week! Be sure to use the following codes when reading event schematics or viewing postings.

2 L

MAIN EVENTS

3 L W Y 3 W Z L W

2 Y L 1 X X 5 W W W W 2 W W W

National Tournament entries as of 5/27/17

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A Dramatic Interp D Duo Interp F International Extemp H Humorous Interp L Lincoln-Douglas Debate N Public Forum Debate O Program Oral Interp Q Big Questions Debates S Senator R Representative U United States Extemp X Policy Debate W World Schools Debate Y Original Oratory Z Informative Speaking

supplemental EVENTS B Prose Reading C Commentary E Expository K Extemporaneous Debate P Poetry Reading

consolation EVENTS I Impromptu T Storytelling

LOST AND FOUND Report items to the bud room (see page 67 for Mon-Thu locations) or visit Bond Checkout/Award Pick Up (BJCC Concert Hall – 2nd Floor Foyer) during final rounds on Thu-Fri.


AUGUST 24–27, 2017 DENVER • COLORADO XX Join the National Speech & Debate Association for the inaugural national education conference in DENVER, COLORADO, with our gracious hosts Cherry Creek High School and the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA). XX Attendees can earn up to 20 hours of professional development as well as possible graduate credit hours! XX All educators (members or non-members) are welcome!

REGISTER BY JULY 1, 2017! MEMBER

NON-MEMBER

$249

$349

For information about schedule, presenters, and more, please visit:

www.speechanddebate.org/conferences

SAVE THE DATE! 2018 NSDA NATIONAL CONFERENCE AUGUST 2-6, 2018

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