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TABLE OF CONTENTS See Important Note Below! *

* Sunday Overview................................................................................................. 3 * Event Schedules................................................................................................... 7

Main Debate/Speech Master Schedules................................................................ 10 Main Debate Events (CX, PF, LD).................................................................................12 World Schools Debate...................................................................................................14 Congressional Debate.....................................................................................................15 Big Questions Debate.................................................................................................... 16 Main Speech Events (USX, IX, OO, INF, HI, DI, DUO, POI)............................... 18 NSDA Student Party, presented by ISD..................................................................22 Supplemental Re-registration.....................................................................................23 Supplemental and Consolation Events...................................................................24 Postings and Results.......................................................................................................27 Final Round Schedules.................................................................................................. 28 Venue Information..............................................................................................31 * Venue Guide......................................................................................................................32 Tournament Directory...................................................................................................34 Maps......................................................................................................................................38 Lunch Options................................................................................................................. 46 * Tournament Procedures.................................................................................... 47 Tournament Overview.................................................................................................. 48 Harassment and Discrimination Policy....................................................................53 Awarding of Trophies.....................................................................................................54 Award Pick Up Reminders.............................................................................................55 School Awards................................................................................................................. 56 Tournament Officials............................................................................................. 59 Tournament Office Locations.................................................................................... 65 From Our Supporters.............................................................................................71 Honors and Awards............................................................................................... 97 New Diamond Coaches................................................................................................. 111 Hall of Fame Members.................................................................................................. 118 District Ads............................................................................................................ 121 Tournament Roster............................................................................................... 175

* All competitors, coaches, and judges MUST read pages 1 through 58, which are tabbed in black along the edge. It is your responsibility to know the information in these pages! –2–


WE ARE SPEECH & DEBATE.

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SUNDAY OVERVIEW

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Coaches’ Caucuses

5

Sunday Schedule

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National Speech & Debate Association

Coaches’ Caucuses

We are honored to host a series of coaches’ caucuses Sunday, June 16 at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel to address issues of inclusion in the speech and debate community. We hope interested coaches will join in this important discussion and dialogue!

10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. – State Room 3

African American/Black Coaches’ Caucus Led by Adesuwa Omoruyi, Texas, and Aaron Timmons, Texas

11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. – State Room 4

Hispanic/Latinx Coaches’ Caucus Led by Victoria Beard, Texas, and Saul Grullon, New Jersey

2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. – State Room 3

LGBT+ Coaches’ Caucus Led by Crawford Leavoy, North Carolina, and KM DiColandrea, New York

3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. – State Room 4

Womxn Coaches’ Caucus Led by Jamelle Brown, Kansas, and Victoria Freeman, Nebraska

4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. – State Room 3

Asian American Coaches’ Caucus Led by David Long, Pennsylvania, and Kris Igawa, Oregon

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SUNDAY OVERVIEW

SUNDAY SCHEDULE Sheraton Dallas Hotel and Conference Center 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.

Early Registration for Tournament Officials ONLY Dallas Ballroom A-B

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

Tournament Registration for ALL Schools Dallas Ballroom A-B

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

National Tournament Expo Lone Star Ballroom A-B

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

Shop the NSDA Store Austin Ballroom 3

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

Pick Up Pre-ordered Nationals T-Shirts Austin Ballroom 1

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

All Tab Staff Meeting Lone Star Ballroom C4 (Note: Group meeting, then individual tab breakouts from 9:30-11:00 a.m. Find details via the Nats19 Guidebook app.)

First Time at Nationals Coach Reception 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

presented by the generous contributions of the NSDA staff, NSDA boosters, their friends, and their families

Houston Ballroom 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Coaches’ Caucuses State Room 3 and State Room 4 (see page 4 for details)

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

District Leadership Luncheon and Awards Ceremony Houston Ballroom National Student of the Year Finalists (invitation only)

1:45 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

1:45 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.

2:15 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.

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

Staging Area – City View 1 Interviews – City View 2 Filming – City View 3

World Schools Debate Training Grand Hall (Note: This training is required for all World Schools judges. Judges who absolutely cannot attend on Sunday must attend the make-up training session Monday at 8:00 a.m. in Lone Star A4.)

World Schools Debate Demo Grand Hall (Note: The demo is open to judges and competitors.) Late Registration (NOT RECOMMENDED) Dallas Ballroom A3 (Note: Coaches who absolutely cannot attend Sunday registration must register Monday morning promptly at 7:00 a.m. in the Tournament Office located in the Press Club room. ) –5–


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WE ARE SPEECH & DEBATE.

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EVENT SCHEDULES 10 Main Debate/Speech Master Schedules

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Main Debate Events

14 World Schools Debate 15 Congressional Debate

16

Big Questions Debate

18

Main Speech Events

22

NSDA Student Party, presented by ISD

23

Supplemental Re-registration

24

Supplemental and Consolation Events

27

Postings and Results

28

Final Round Schedules

NSDA HELP LINE • CALL OR TEXT (920) 748-6206

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SAPPHIRE LEVEL

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EMERALD LEVEL

A. C. ELEY FUND

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HARLAND B. MITCHELL FUND

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LANNY D. AND B. J. NAEGELIN FUND

ADAM AND ASHLEY JOHNSON

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SANDRA SILVERS FUND RICHARD B. SODIKOW FUND BOB AND SALLI STOCKTON WILLIAM WOODS TATE, JR., FUND JOE AND PAM WYCOFF


MAIN DEBATE EVENTS • 2019 Master Schedule

VENUES: Crowne Plaza (PF Mon-Tue), Sheraton (CX/LD Mon-Tue, All Debate Wed-Fri)

Day

Rd

CX

LD

PF

Mon

1

8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

9:00 a.m. (at Crowne)

Mon

2

12:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m.

11:30 a.m. (at Crowne)

Mon

3

2:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m. (at Crowne)

Mon

4

4:15 p.m.

4:15 p.m.

4:15 p.m. (at Crowne)

Tue

5

8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m. (at Crowne)

Tue

6

10:00 a.m.

12:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m. (at Crowne)

Tue

7

2:00 p.m.

3:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m. (at Crowne)

Tue

8

4:00 p.m.

5:00 p.m.

4:00 p.m. (at Crowne)

Wed

9

8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

Wed

10

11:30 a.m.

11:30 a.m.

11:30 a.m.

Wed

11

3:00 p.m.

3:00 p.m.

3:00 p.m.

Wed

12

6:00 p.m.

6:00 p.m.

6:00 p.m.

Thu

13

8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

Thu

14

11:00 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

Thu

15

2:00 p.m.

12:00 p.m.

12:00 a.m.

Thu

16*

5:00 p.m.

1:30 p.m.

1:30 p.m.

*if needed

ADDITIONAL SCHEDULES Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 24-25 Page 25 Page 28-29 NSDA Student Party Tue | 6:30-9:30 p.m. Sheraton – Grand Hall

World Schools Debate Congressional Debate Big Questions Debate Supplemental Events Consolation Events Final Rounds and Awards

Supplemental Re-registration Tue | 6:30-9:30 p.m. Tabroom.com / Press Club – 10 –

Consolation Re-registration Wed | 2:00 to 8:30 p.m. Tabroom.com / Press Club


EVENT SCHEDULES

MAIN SPEECH PUBLIC SPEAKING EVENTS • 2019 Master Schedule VENUE: Sheraton (All Speech Events Mon-Fri)

Day

Rd

OO

INF

USX

IX

Draw

Mon

1

8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

9:30 a.m.

Mon

2

12:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m.

12:00 p.m.

12:00 p.m.

11:30 a.m.

Mon

3

2:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

3:30 p.m.

Mon

4

6:00 p.m.

6:00 p.m.

6:00 p.m.

6:00 p.m.

5:30 p.m.

Tue

5

8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

8:30 a.m.

8:30 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

Tue

6

10:00 a.m.

12:00 p.m.

10:30 a.m.

10:30 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

Tue

7

2:00 p.m.

3:00 p.m.

2:30 p.m.

2:30 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

Tue

8

4:00 p.m.

5:00 p.m.

4:30 p.m.

4:30 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

Wed

9

8:30 a.m.

8:30 a.m.

8:30 a.m.

8:30 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

Wed

10

10:30 a.m.

10:30 a.m.

10:30 a.m.

10:30 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

Wed

11

2:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

1:30 p.m.

Wed

12

4:00 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

3:30 p.m.

MAIN SPEECH INTERP EVENTS • 2019 Master Schedule Day

Rd

POI

HI

DI

DUO

Mon

1

8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

Mon

2

12:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

Mon

3

2:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

Mon

4

6:00 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

6:00 p.m.

Tue

5

8:00 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

Tue

6

10:00 a.m.

12:00 p.m.

12:00 p.m.

10:00 a.m.

Tue

7

2:00 p.m.

3:00 p.m.

3:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

Tue

8

4:00 p.m.

5:00 p.m.

5:00 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

Wed

9

8:30 a.m.

8:30 a.m.

8:30 a.m.

8:30 a.m.

Wed

10

10:30 a.m.

10:30 a.m.

10:30 a.m.

10:30 a.m.

Wed

11

2:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

Wed

12

4:00 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

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RICHARD B. SODIKOW POLICY DEBATE Presented by Trinity University

LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE Presented by Illinois College

2019 Schedule Overview

2019 Schedule Overview

Monday, June 17 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 1 12:00 p.m. Round 2 2:00 p.m. Round 3 4:15 p.m. Round 4

Monday, June 17 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 1 10:00 a.m. Round 2 2:00 p.m. Round 3 4:15 p.m. Round 4

Tuesday, June 18 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 5 10:00 a.m. Round 6 2:00 p.m. Round 7 4:00 p.m. Round 8

Tuesday, June 18 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 5 12:00 p.m. Round 6 3:00 p.m. Round 7 5:00 p.m. Round 8

6:30-9:30 p.m. – NSDA Student Party and Supplemental Re-registration (page 23)

6:30-9:30 p.m. – NSDA Student Party and Supplemental Re-registration (page 23)

Wednesday, June 19 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 9 11:30 a.m. Round 10 3:00 p.m. Round 11 6:00 p.m. Round 12

Wednesday, June 19 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 9 11:30 a.m. Round 10 3:00 p.m. Round 11 6:00 p.m. Round 12

2:00-8:30 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (page 24)

2:00-8:30 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (page 24)

Thursday, June 20 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 13 11:00 a.m. Round 14 2:00 p.m. Round 15 5:00 p.m. Round 16* * If needed Friday, June 21 Sheraton – Lone Star Ballroom 12:30 p.m. CX Final

Thursday, June 20 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 13 10:00 a.m. Round 14 12:00 p.m. Round 15 1:30 p.m. Round 16* * If needed Friday, June 22 Sheraton – Lone Star Ballroom 2:30 p.m. LD Final – 12 –


EVENT SCHEDULES

PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE Presented by the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation

2019 Schedule Overview

Monday, June 17 Crowne Plaza 9:00 a.m. Round 1 11:30 a.m. Round 2 2:00 p.m. Round 3 4:15 p.m. Round 4 Tuesday, June 18 Crowne Plaza 8:00 a.m. Round 5 10:00 a.m. Round 6 2:00 p.m. Round 7 4:00 p.m. Round 8

Reminders for CX, LD, and PF Room schedules for Rounds 1-6 are available during Sunday registration and via the Nats19 Guidebook app.

CX, LD and PF BALLOT NOTICE • Policy Debate, Lincoln-Douglas Debate, and Public Forum Debate will be adjudicated via online balloting using Tabroom.com. THE NSDA STUDENT PARTY, presented by ISD, will take place Tuesday evening at the Sheraton (Grand Hall). Coaches may re-register for supplemental events online via Tabroom.com or in-person in the Press Club room (see page 23). AWARDING OF TROPHIES • 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 more details, see page 54.

6:30-9:30 p.m. – NSDA Student Party and Supplemental Re-registration (page 23)

Wednesday, June 19 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 9 11:30 a.m. Round 10 3:00 p.m. Round 11 6:00 p.m. Round 12 2:00-8:30 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (page 24)

LD coaches, be sure to visit the Judge Hospitality Lounge in Center Tower Room 655 on Monday for a piece of Abraham Lincoln's Favorite Cake, courtesy of Hall of Fame coach David Dansky!

Lincoln-Douglas Debate scholarships presented by Victor Jih

Event Sponsors/Namesakes

Thursday, June 20 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 13 10:00 a.m. Round 14 12:00 p.m. Round 15 1:30 p.m. Round 16* * If needed Friday, June 21 Sheraton – Lone Star Ballroom 3:30 p.m. PF Final

Richard B. Sodikow

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USA WORLD SCHOOLS DEBATE INVITATIONAL Presented by the International Public Policy Forum 2019 Schedule Overview

Sunday, June 16 Sheraton (Grand Hall)

Training is required for all WSD judges. Judges who cannot attend on Sunday must attend the make-up judge training session Monday morning.

1:45 p.m. World Schools Judge Training 2:15 p.m. World Schools Debate Demo/Q&A

Wednesday, June 19 –Sheraton

Monday, June 17 – Sheraton

8:15 a.m. Roll Call for All Double Octafinalist Teams/Judges (Dallas Ballroom A1) 8:30 a.m. Double Octafinals (Prepared Motion) 11:15 a.m. Roll Call for All Octafinalist Teams/Judges (Dallas Ballroom A1) 11:30 a.m. Impromptu Resolution Announced and Prep Begins 12:30 p.m. Octafinals (Impromptu Motion) 3:15 p.m. Roll Call for All Quarterfinalist Teams/Judges (Dallas Ballroom A1) 3:30 p.m. Impromptu Resolution Announced and Prep Begins 4:30 p.m. Quarterfinals (Impromptu Motion)

8:00 a.m. Make-Up World Schools Judge Training (Lone Star A4) 9:00 a.m. Team Roll Call (Lone Star B-C) and Judge Roll Call (Lone Star A4) * * All judges and competitors must be present.

10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:15 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

Round 1 (Prepared Motion) Round 2 (Prepared Motion) Lunch Break Team Roll Call (Lone Star B-C) and Judge Roll Call (Lone Star A4) 3:15 p.m. Impromptu Resolution Announced and Prep Begins 4:15 p.m. Round 3 (Impromptu Motion) 7:00 p.m. Round 4 (Prepared Motion)

2:00-8:30p Consolation Re-registration (page 24)

Tuesday, June 18 – Sheraton 8:30 a.m. Team Roll Call (Lone Star B-C) and Judge Roll Call (Lone Star A4) 9:00 a.m. Impromptu Resolution Announced and Prep Begins 10:00 a.m. Round 5 (Impromptu Motion) 11:30 a.m. Lunch Break 12:45 p.m. Team Roll Call (Lone Star B-C) and Judge Roll Call (Lone Star A4) 1:00 p.m. Impromptu Resolution Announced and Prep Begins 2:00 p.m. Round 6 (Impromptu Motion) 4:30 p.m. Announcement of Triple Octafinalists 4:45 p.m. Triple Octafinalist Team Roll Call (Lone Star B-C) and Judge Roll Call (Lone Star A4) 5:00 p.m. Triple Octafinals (Prepared Motion) 6:30-9:30p NSDA Student Party and Supplemental Re-registration (page 23) – 14 –

Thursday, June 20 – Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Roll Call for All Semifinalist Teams/Judges (State Room 1) 8:30 a.m. Impromptu Resolution Announced and Prep Begins 9:30 a.m. Semifinals (Impromptu Motion)

Sheraton – Lone Star Ballroom 12:30 p.m. Finals (Prepared Motion)

Event Sponsor Prepared motions are available via the Nats19 Guidebook app or www.speechanddebate.org/ Nats19.


EVENT SCHEDULES

THE NATIONAL CONGRESS Presented by the Stennis Center for Public Service 2019 Schedule Overview Monday, June 17 – Sheraton 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m.

12:45 p.m. 2:15 p.m. 5:45 p.m.

Opening Assembly (Grand Hall) Round 1: Elect presiding officer (PO); set agenda; convene Recess for lunch Round 2: Elect PO; convene Recess

Tuesday, June 18 – Sheraton 8:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.

Round 3: Elect PO; convene PO recognition; Leadership Bowl voting; recess

6:30-9:30p

NSDA Student Party and Supplemental Re-registration (page 23)

Wednesday, June 19 – Sheraton 8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 11:45 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00-8:30p

Senate Semifinal and House Quarterfinal Opening Assembly (Grand Hall) Senate Semifinal and House Quarterfinal Round 1: Elect PO; set agenda; convene Recess for lunch Senate Semifinal and House Quarterfinal Round 2: Reconvene PO recognition; Leadership Bowl voting; recess Posting of Senate Finalists and House Semifinalists Consolation Re-registration (page 24)

Thursday, June 20 – Sheraton 8:00 a.m. 8:45 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 4:45 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Senate Final and House Semifinal Opening Assembly (Grand Hall) Senate Final and House Semifinal Round 1: Elect PO; set agenda; convene Recess for lunch Senate Final and House Semifinal Round 2: Reconvene PO recognition; Leadership Bowl voting; recess Posting of House Finalists

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Friday, June 21 – Sheraton 8:00 a.m. 8:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 3:45 p.m. 4:15 p.m.

House Final Opening Assembly (Grand Hall) House Final Round 1: Elect PO; set agenda; convene Recess for lunch House Final Round 2: Reconvene PO recognition; Leadership Bowl voting; recess Stennis Center Recognition Reception and Presentation of Stennis Medallions for all Senate and House Finalists (Chaparral – Center Tower, 38th Floor)

Reminders for SEN and HOU CONTESTANT CHAMBER ASSIGNMENTS are in school registration envelopes. A master list can be found adjacent to the Opening Assembly on Monday. AWARDS ASSEMBLY • The National Awards Assembly will take place Friday at 6:30 p.m. at the Sheraton in the Lone Star Ballroom. AWARDING OF TROPHIES • Congressional debaters placing 1-14 will be awarded their trophies on stage during the National Awards Assembly. Students must be in competition attire. For details, see page 54.

Event Sponsor


BIG QUESTIONS DEBATE Presented by the John Templeton Foundation

2019 Schedule Overview

Monday, June 17 Crowne Plaza 9:45 a.m. Judge Training 11:00 a.m. Round 1 2:00 p.m. Round 2 4:00 p.m. Round 3 Tuesday, June 18 Crowne Plaza 8:00 a.m. Round 4 10:00 a.m. Round 5 2:00 p.m. Round 6 4:30 p.m. Postings (all 4-2 records)

Reminders for BQ MANDATORY JUDGE TRAINING • All Big Questions judges must attend judge training at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Dallas Grand A starting Monday at 9:45 a.m. ROOM SCHEDULES for Rounds 1-6 are available for viewing during Sunday registration and via the Nats19 Guidebook app. BQ BALLOT NOTICE • Big Questions Debate will be adjudicated via online balloting using Tabroom.com. THE NSDA STUDENT PARTY, presented by ISD, will take place Tuesday evening at the Sheraton (Grand Hall). Coaches may re-register for supplemental events online via Tabroom.com or in-person in the Press Club room (see page 23).

6:30-9:30 p.m. – NSDA Student Party and Supplemental Re-registration (page 23)

Big Questions Debate Scholarships

Wednesday, June 19 Sheraton 10:00 a.m. Round 7 12:30 p.m. Round 8 3:30 p.m. Round 9

Presented by the John Templeton Foundation

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

2:00-8:30 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (page 24)

Thursday, June 20 Sheraton 10:00 a.m. Round 10* 12:30 p.m. Round 11* 3:30 p.m. Round 12* * If needed

Supported By

Friday, June 21 Sheraton – Dallas Ballroom 2:30 p.m. BQ Final – 16 –


EVENT SCHEDULES

CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED AS OF MAY 27, 2019

Thank you! 2018-2019 School Year Individual Donors of $1,000+

Finalist ($5,000 AND UP)

RICHARD BITNER In Honor of Sharon Porter MR. JAMES COPELAND ADAM AND ASHLEY JOHNSON THE LANIER LAW FIRM, P.C. TOM AND VICKI ROLLINS JOE AND PAM WYCOFF

Semifinalist ($2,500 - $4,999)

SAMIR BANERJEE DALE DELETIS In Honor of Debbie Simon DAVID C. FREDERICK In Memory of B. J. and Lanny Naegelin JACEK AND DOROTA STACHOWIAK

Quarterfinalist ($1,000 - $2,499) ANONYMOUS (2) HUNTER AND MICHAEL ARTON ROBERT J. FELDHAKE In Memory of Carmendale Fernandes VICTOR JIH DAVID LOPEZ In Memory of B. J. and Lanny Naegelin KERRY MAGUIRE AND TOM STOSSEL CHRISTOPHER REGAN DONUS AND LOVILA ROBERTS MONICA SILVERSTEIN JILL SITNICK In Memory of Carl Grecco J. SCOTT AND MEGAN WUNN

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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

2019 Schedule Overview

Monday, June 17 Sheraton 10:00 a.m. Round 1 12:00 p.m. Round 2 4:00 p.m. Round 3 6:00 p.m. Round 4 Tuesday, June 18 Sheraton 8:30 a.m. Round 5 10:30 a.m. Round 6 2:30 p.m. Round 7 4:30 p.m. Round 8

Reminders for USX and IX ROOM SCHEDULES for Rounds 1-6 and the EXTEMP TOPIC AREAS for USX, IX, and EDC are available for viewing during Sunday registration and via the Nats19 Guidebook app.

(Draw: 9:30) (Draw: 11:30) (Draw: 3:30) (Draw: 5:30)

(Topic areas released in round order on June 16.)

BALLOT NOTICE • All speech ballots are delivered to competition rooms.

(Draw: 8:00) (Draw: 10:00) (Draw: 2:00) (Draw: 4:00)

6:30-9:30 p.m. – NSDA Student Party and Supplemental Re-registration (page 23)

Wednesday, June 19 Sheraton 8:30 a.m. Round 9 10:30 a.m. Round 10 2:00 p.m. Round 11 4:00 p.m. Round 12

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

THE NSDA STUDENT PARTY, presented by ISD, will take place Tuesday evening at the Sheraton (Grand Hall). Coaches may re-register for supplemental events online via Tabroom.com or in-person in the Press Club room (see page 23). SOUND AND LIGHT CHECK • All speech finalists must attend the National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check at the Sheraton (Lone Star Ballroom) at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday. Students must be in competition attire. FINAL ROUND EXTEMP DRAW will take place at the Sheraton in Austin Ballroom 1 on Friday. USX Extemp Draw starts at 9:00 a.m. IX Extemp Draw starts at 10:30 a.m.

Event Sponsors/Namesakes

2:00-8:30 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (page 24)

Thursday, June 20 Sheraton – Lone Star Ballroom Carmendale Fernandes

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

Friday, June 21 Sheraton – Lone Star Ballroom 9:30 a.m. USX Final 11:00 a.m. IX Final

A. C. Eley – 18 –


EVENT SCHEDULES

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

INFORMATIVE SPEAKING

2019 Schedule Overview

Monday, June 17 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 1 10:00 a.m. Round 2 (INF) 12:00 p.m. Round 2 (OO) 2:00 p.m. Round 3 6:00 p.m. Round 4 Tuesday, June 18 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 5 10:00 a.m. Round 6 (OO) 12:00 p.m. Round 6 (INF) 2:00 p.m. Round 7 (OO) 3:00 p.m. Round 7 (INF) 4:00 p.m. Round 8 (OO) 5:00 p.m. Round 8 (INF) 6:30-9:30 p.m. – NSDA Student Party and Supplemental Re-registration (page 23)

Wednesday, June 19 Sheraton 8:30 a.m. Round 9 10:30 a.m. Round 10 2:00 p.m. Round 11 4:00 p.m. Round 12

Reminders for OO and INF ROOM SCHEDULES for Rounds 1-6 are available for viewing during Sunday registration and via the Nats19 Guidebook app. BALLOT NOTICE • All speech ballots are delivered to competition rooms. THE NSDA STUDENT PARTY, presented by ISD, will take place Tuesday evening at the Sheraton (Grand Hall). Coaches may re-register for supplemental events online via Tabroom.com or in-person in the Press Club room (see page 23). SCRIPTS • All OO and INF quarterfinalists are REQUIRED to turn in a printed, typed copy of their manuscript and works cited page to the Tournament Office in the Press Club room by NOON on Wednesday. Any contestant failing to do so will not qualify for the semifinal rounds of competition. SOUND AND LIGHT CHECK • All speech finalists must attend the National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check at the Sheraton (Lone Star Ballroom) at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday. Students must be in competition attire.

Event Sponsors/Namesakes

2:00 to 8:30 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (page 24)

Thursday, June 20 Sheraton – Lone Star Ballroom 10:00 a.m. – National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check

Friday, June 21 Sheraton – Lone Star Ballroom 8:00 a.m. INF Final 5:00 p.m. OO Final

Joe Wycoff

Pam Wycoff

Original Oratory “Making the Stage” scholarships presented by Joe and Pam Wycoff | Informative Speaking “Making the Stage” scholarships presented by Joe and Pam Wycoff in honor of Bill and Berneeta Campbell

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HUMOROUS INTERPRETATION Presented by Western Kentucky University

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

2019 Schedule Overview

Monday, June 17 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 1 10:00 a.m. Round 2 2:00 p.m. Round 3 4:00 p.m. Round 4 Tuesday, June 18 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 5 (DI) 10:00 a.m. Round 5 (HI) 12:00 p.m. Round 6 3:00 p.m. Round 7 5:00 p.m. Round 8 6:30-9:30 p.m. – NSDA Student Party and Supplemental Re-registration (page 23)

Wednesday, June 19 Sheraton 8:30 a.m. Round 9 10:30 a.m. Round 10 2:00 p.m. Round 11 4:00 p.m. Round 12

Reminders for HI and DI ROOM SCHEDULES for Rounds 1-6 are available for viewing during Sunday registration and via the Nats19 Guidebook app. BALLOT NOTICE • All speech ballots are delivered to competition rooms. THE NSDA STUDENT PARTY, presented by ISD, will take place Tuesday evening at the Sheraton (Grand Hall). Coaches may re-register for supplemental events online via Tabroom.com or in-person in the Press Club room (see page 23). SOURCES • All quarterfinalists are REQUIRED to turn in the original source to the Tournament Office in the Press Club 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. Contestants must also turn in a printed, typed copy of their cutting. Any contestant failing to produce these materials will not qualify for the semifinal rounds of competition. SOUND AND LIGHT CHECK • All speech finalists must attend the National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check at the Sheraton (Lone Star Ballroom) at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday. Students must be in competition attire.

2:00-8:30 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (page 24)

Event Sponsors/Namesakes

Thursday, June 20 Sheraton – Lone Star Ballroom 10:00 a.m. – National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check

3:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

HI Final DI Final Lanny D. Naegelin – 20 –

B. J. Naegelin


EVENT SCHEDULES

SANDRA SILVERS DUO INTERPRETATION Presented by Colorado College

PROGRAM ORAL INTERPRETATION

2019 Schedule Overview

Monday, June 17 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 1 10:00 a.m. Round 2 (DUO) 12:00 p.m. Round 2 (POI) 2:00 p.m. Round 3 6:00 p.m. Round 4 Tuesday, June 18 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 5 10:00 a.m. Round 6 2:00 p.m. Round 7 4:00 p.m. Round 8 6 to 9 p.m. – NSDA Student Party and Supplemental Re-registration (page 23)

Wednesday, June 19 Sheraton 8:30 a.m. Round 9 10:30 a.m. Round 10 2:00 p.m. Round 11 4:00 p.m. Round 12 2 to 8:30 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (page 24)

Reminders for DUO and POI ROOM SCHEDULES for Rounds 1-6 are available for viewing during Sunday registration and via the Nats19 Guidebook app. BALLOT NOTICE • All speech ballots are delivered to competition rooms. THE NSDA STUDENT PARTY, presented by ISD, will take place Tuesday evening at the Sheraton (Grand Hall). Coaches may re-register for supplemental events online via Tabroom.com or in-person in the Press Club room (see page 23). SOURCES • All quarterfinalists are REQUIRED to turn in the original source(s) to the Tournament Office in the Press Club 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. Contestants must also turn in a printed, typed copy of their cutting, and POI contestants must also turn in a copy of their works cited page. Any contestant failing to produce these materials will not qualify for the semifinal rounds of competition. SOUND AND LIGHT CHECK • All speech finalists must attend the National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check at the Sheraton (Lone Star Ballroom) at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday. Students must be in competition attire.

Event Sponsor/Namesake

Thursday, June 20 Sheraton – Lone Star Ballroom 10:00 a.m. – National Speech Finalists’ Sound and Light Check

2:15 p.m. 8:30 p.m.

POI Final DUO Final

Sandra Silvers

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Sheraton Dallas Hotel – Grand Hall 400 North Olive Street, Dallas, TX 75201

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EVENT SCHEDULES

SUPPLEMENTAL RE-REGISTRATION will take place during the NSDA Student Party, presented by ISD, at

Sheraton Dallas Hotel Grand Hall 400 North Olive Street, Dallas, TX 75201

— Tuesday, June 19 — NSDA Student Party, presented by ISD – 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. (View postings on screen in Grand Hall)

Supplemental Re-registration – 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. (Coaches re-register online via Tabroom.com or in-person in Press Club)

Re-registration closes promptly at 9:30 p.m. Coaches will re-register their students for supplemental and consolation events by logging into their tournament registration via Tabroom.com. Coaches may re-register students for either supplemental or consolation events as soon as their students appear in the system as eligible for re-registration. Supplemental Re-registration will end promptly at 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 18. The student’s coach attending Nationals must have online access to Tabroom.com to re-register their student(s). An in-person re-registration option will also be available Tuesday evening for coaches who need assistance in re-registering students. Only pre-registered students are eligible to be re-registered. Students eliminated from main events after round 6   or round 8  and students eliminated after prelims of Congressional Debate are eligible to be re-registered by their coach during Supplemental Re-registration. Students may be reregistered for up to two (2) supplemental speech events or Extemporaneous Debate. Students may not be re-registered for other supplemental speech events if they are re-registered for Extemporaneous Debate. Please note, pre-registration fees are non-refundable.

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EXTEMPORANEOUS DEBATE Presented by Colorado College

NOTICE! Coaches will re-register their students for supplemental events by logging into their online tournament registration via Tabroom.com. In-person re-registration assistance will be available for coaches in the Press Club room. See page 23 for details.

2019 Schedule Overview

Wednesday, June 19 Crowne Plaza 7:00 a.m. – Mandatory Meeting for Judges (Dallas Grand) and Competitors (Grand Bryan) 8:30 a.m. Round 1 (preset) (Prep: 8:00) 10:30 a.m. Round 2 (preset) (Prep: 10:00) 1:00 p.m. Round 3 (preset) (Prep: 12:30) 4:00 p.m. Round 4 (Prep: 3:30) 6:30 p.m. Round 5 (Prep: 6:00)

TUESDAY » Supplemental Re-registration Coaches of students who have been eliminated from main events Tuesday, or who did not qualify for the elimination rounds of Congress, may re-register their students for up to two (2) supplemental speech events if pre-registered. Students may not be re-registered for other supplemental speech events if they are re-registered for Extemporaneous Debate.

2 to 8:30 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (see sidebar)

Thursday, June 20 Sheraton 8:30 a.m. Round 6 11:00 a.m. Round 7 1:30 p.m. Round 8 3:30 p.m. Round 9 5:00 p.m. Round 10 6:30 p.m. Round 11

WEDNESDAY » Consolation Re-registration Coaches of students who have been eliminated from main event competition by Wednesday, or who did not qualify for the semifinal House or final Senate session, may reregister their students for Storytelling or Impromptu if pre-registered. Consolation Re-registration will take place online via Tabroom.com or at the locations listed below. These are the ONLY times a coach may re-register their student(s) for consolation events.

Friday, June 21 Sheraton 8:30 a.m. Round 12 9:30 a.m. Round 13 10:30 a.m. Round 14* 11:15 a.m. Round 15* 12:00 p.m. Round 16* * If needed Sheraton – Dallas Ballroom 2:00 p.m. XDB Final

Times and Locations: Wednesday, June 19 2:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Online via Tabroom.com Coaches seeking in-person assistance: Sheraton – Press Club Crowne – Kessler (Extemp Debate only) – 24 –

(Prep: 8:00) (Prep: 10:30) (Prep: 1:00) (Prep: 3:00) (Prep: 4:30) (Prep: 6:00)

(Prep: 8:00) (Prep: 9:00) (Prep: 10:00) (Prep: 10:45) (Prep: 11:30)


EVENT SCHEDULES

SUPPLEMENTAL SPEECH EVENTS Presented by Western Kentucky University

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SUPPLEMENTAL EVENTS

2019 Schedule Overview Expository • Poetry Reading • Prose Reading • Extemp Commentary

Wednesday, June 19 Sheraton 8:30 a.m. Round 1 10:30 a.m. Round 2 1:30 p.m. Round 3 4:00 p.m. Round 4 6:00 p.m. Round 5

PRO EXC EXP XDB POE

CONSOLATION EVENTS IMP STO

(Draw: 8:00) (Draw: 10:00) (Draw: 1:00) (Draw: 3:30) (Draw: 5:30)

Impromptu (I) Storytelling (T)

CONSOLATION EVENTS Presented by Bob and Salli Stockton

2 to 8:30 p.m. – Consolation Re-registration (page 24)

Thursday, June 20 Sheraton 8:30 a.m. Round 6 11:00 a.m. Round 7 1:00 p.m. Round 8 2:30 p.m. Round 9* * If needed

Prose Reading (B) Extemp Commentary (C) Expository (E) Extemp Debate (K) Poetry Reading (P)

2019 Schedule Overview Storytelling • Impromptu

Thursday, June 20 Sheraton 9:00 a.m. Round 1 11:30 a.m. Round 2 2:00 p.m. Round 3 4:00 p.m. Round 4 6:00 p.m. Round 5

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

Friday, June 21 Sheraton – Dallas Ballroom 8:00 a.m. EXP Final 9:00 a.m. POE Final 10:00 a.m. PRO Final 1:00 p.m. EXC Final

Friday, June 21 Sheraton 8:00 a.m. Round 6* (If needed) Friday, June 21 Sheraton – Dallas Ballroom 11:00 a.m. STO Final 12:00 p.m. IMP Final

Commentary Draw at 12:30 p.m. on Friday in Sheraton – State Room 4

Bob and Salli Stockton – 25 –


IPF

INTERNATIONAL SUPPLEMENTAL PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE

Another Opportunity for International PF Teams

2019 Schedule Overview

Wednesday, June 19 Sheraton

Only non-advancing international Public Forum teams will be allowed into the international break out of International Public Forum Debate (IPF). There is no additional cost to participate in this event. Note: U.S. teams may not enter this event.

8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4

(preset) (preset)

Thursday, June 20 Sheraton

SIGN UP TUESDAY EVENING

8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.

All international Public Forum teams interested in participating in IPF should register by 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday evening at the Tournament Office in the Press Club room.

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final Round

Quarterfinal, Semifinal, and Final Round plaques will be awarded Thursday after the 12:00 p.m. round.

STUDENT 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 during the 2018-2019 school year 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 Remington (4th floor) 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. – 26 –


EVENT SCHEDULES

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 via Tabroom.com and the Nats19 Guidebook app.

MAIN SPEECH EVENTS – Postings and Pairings Sheraton – Grand Hall Top 60 Speech (Rounds 7/8) — Tuesday midday Top 30 Speech (Rounds 9/10) — Tuesday evening Speech Semifinalists (Rounds 11/12) — Wednesday midday Speech Finalists — Wednesday evening

MAIN DEBATE EVENTS – Postings and Pairings Sheraton – Grand Hall (unless otherwise noted)

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CX/LD Round 7 Qualifiers — Tuesday midday PF Round 7 Qualifiers — Tuesday midday (Crowne – Grand Bryan) CX/LD/PF Round 9 Qualifiers – Tuesday evening Congress House Quarterfinalists/Senate Semifinalists – Tuesday evening Big Questions Round 7 Qualifiers – Tuesday evening World Schools Double Octafinalists – Tuesday evening Policy, Lincoln-Douglas, and Public Forum 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. Beginning with round 7, CX, LD, and PF judges will announce their decisions at the end of the debates. Congress, World Schools, and Big Questions will be announced at their respective competition venues, with the exception of the Tuesday evening NSDA Student Party in Grand Hall. 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 grace.rogers@speechanddebate.org. COMPLETE RESULTS • Complete results packets will be posted online immediately following the National Awards Assembly via the Nats19 Guidebook app and Tabroom.com. Photos and results commemorating the 2019 National Speech & Debate Tournament will appear in the Nationals Chronicle issue of Rostrum, available in mid-August. – 27 –


MAIN EVENT FINALS Thursday, June 20 – Houston Ballroom A-B 8:45 a.m.

Congressional Debate (Senate) presented by the Stennis Center for Public Service

Thursday, June 20 – Lone Star Ballroom 12:30 p.m. United States World Schools Debate presented by the International Public Policy Forum 2:15 p.m. Program Oral Interpretation 3:45 p.m. Humorous Interpretation presented by Western Kentucky University 5:15 p.m. New First and Second Diamond Coach Recognition 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 (New Third and Up Diamond Coach Recognition) presented by Colorado College 8:30 p.m. Sandra Silvers Duo Interpretation presented by Colorado College

Friday, June 21 – Houston Ballroom A-B 8:15 a.m.

Congressional Debate (House) presented by the Stennis Center for Public Service

Friday, June 21 – Lone Star Ballroom 8:00 a.m. Informative Speaking 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 presented by Illinois College 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. High School National Awards Assembly – 28 –


EVENT SCHEDULES

SUPPLEMENTAL & CONSOLATION EVENT FINALS Friday, June 21 – Dallas Ballroom 8:00 a.m. Expository presented by Western Kentucky University 9:00 a.m. Poetry Reading presented by Western Kentucky University 10:00 a.m. Prose Reading presented by Western Kentucky University 11:00 a.m. Storytelling presented by Bob and Salli Stockton 12:00 p.m. Impromptu presented by Bob and Salli Stockton 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 Debate presented by the John Templeton Foundation 4:00 p.m. Middle School Awards Assembly presented by Summit Debate

Main Extemp Prep Room: Sheraton Dallas Hotel (Austin Ballroom 1) United States Extemp Draw – Friday at 9:00 a.m. International Extemp Draw – Friday at 10:30 a.m. Commentary Prep Room: Sheraton Dallas Hotel (State Room 4) Commentary Draw – Friday at 12:30 p.m. – 29 –


MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS AND COACHES!

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2018 VENUE GUIDE GUIDE 2019 VENUE 1

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Sheraton Dallas Hotel

400 North Olive Street, Dallas, TX 75201

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» Registration and Expo (Sun) » All Main Events except PF/BQ (Mon-Tue) » All Supplemental Speech Events (Wed-Thu) » All Events (Thu) » High School Finals and Awards (Thu-Fri) » Middle School Finals and Awards (Fri)

2 Crowne Plaza Hotel 1015 Elm Street, Dallas, TX 75202 » Big Questions Debate (Mon-Tue) » Public Forum Debate (Mon-Tue) » Extemporaneous Debate (Wed)

A WORD ABOUT ELEVATORS The Sheraton Dallas Hotel (North, Center, and South Towers) and adjoining Conference Center feature many elevators and escalators to get you to your competition rooms in a timely fashion. However, it is the fundamental responsibility of all contestants and judges to arrive on time to rounds. Travel issues (in or outside the hotel) will not be an accepted excuse. Arriving late to a round can result in disqualification or loss of judge bond. Due to the large volume of attendees at the National Tournament, you are strongly encouraged to arrive at least  90 MINUTES PRIOR  to the start of the first round to allow adequate time to board the elevators at least ONE HOUR in advance of round 1. To access competition rooms via elevators, you must board from the first floor. If you are staying in a guest room and need to switch towers or make your way to the Conference Center, you MUST be downstairs prior to 7:00 a.m. each day to ease the burden on the elevators. Keep in mind that many rounds will be held in unoccupied guest rooms and other larger meeting spaces located up to 37 floors above the first floor lobby. Whenever possible, please consider taking the stairs if your competition rooms are within one, two, or three floors of each other. This courtesy will allow faster elevator access to other judges and competitors who need it most. – 32 –


VENUE INFORMATION

Judge Hospitality Lounge S UIT E 655 CEN TER TOWE R , SIXT H F LO O R

MONDAY: 7: 30 a . m . - 6:00 p . m . TUESDAY: 7: 30 a . m . - 4:30 p . m . WEDNESDAY: 7: 30 a . m . - 4:30 p . m . THURSDAY: 8 : 0 0 a . m . - 12 :00 p . m . F R IDAY: C LOSED

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TOURNAMENT DIRECTORY SHERATON DALLAS HOTEL

High School Competition

Tournament Office

(Mon-Fri) Press Club (See page 65 for details)

Local Host Information Table

(Mon-Fri) Client Office (Located on the second floor Conference Center Sky Bridge)

Judge Hospitality Lounge

(Mon-Thu) Center Tower Room 655 (See page 33 for details)

Internet Café / Meals and Concessions

(Mon-Thu) Lone Star Preconvene

Main Speech Judge Pooling

(Mon-Tue) Lone Star A1-A2 (Wed) Dallas A2 (Thu) Dallas D3 (Fri) Austin 2

Main Debate Judge Pooling

(Mon-Tue) Lone Star A3 (CX/LD) (Wed-Thu) Dallas A3 (CX/LD/PF/BQ) (Fri) Austin 2 (CX/LD/PF)

Congress Judge Pooling

(Mon-Fri) Seminar Theater

World Schools Judge Roll Call World Schools Team Roll Call and Topic Release/Prep Supp-Cons Judge Pooling

(Mon-Tue) Lone Star A4 (Wed) Dallas A1 (Thu) State 1 (Mon-Tue) Lone Star B-C (Wed) Dallas A1 (Thu) State 1 (Wed-Thu) Dallas B (Fri) Grand Hall (BQ)

Speech Ballot Return

(Mon-Wed) Outside Austin 1

Supp/Cons Ballot Return

(Wed-Thu) Outside Austin 2

Extemp Prep

Commentary Prep

(Mon-Tue) Dallas B-C (Wed-Thu) Dallas D1 (Fri) Austin 1 (Wed-Thu) Dallas C (Fri) State 4 – 34 –


VENUE INFORMATION

TOURNAMENT DIRECTORY SHERATON DALLAS HOTEL Speech Tab

High School Competition (continued) (Mon-Wed) Austin 1

Policy Tab

(Mon-Tue) Pearl 5 (Wed-Thu) Pearl 4

Lincoln-Douglas Tab

(Mon-Tue) Pearl 2 (Wed-Thu) Pearl 4

Public Forum Tab

(Wed-Thu) Pearl 1

Congress Tab

(Mon-Fri) Executive Boardroom

Big Questions Tab

(Wed-Thu) Pearl 1

World Schools Tab

(Mon-Tue) Pearl 1 (Wed) Pearl 4

Supp-Cons Tab

(Wed-Thu) Austin 2

Extemp Debate Tab

(Thu) Austin 2

Extemp Debate Topic Release/Postings

(Thu) Dallas C (Fri) Pearl 4

Final Audit

(Thu-Fri) State 3

PF Wording Committee

(Mon-Tue) Harris (Crowne Plaza) (Wed-Thu) Pearl 2 (Sheraton)

LD Wording Committee

(Mon-Tue) State 2 (Wed-Thu) Pearl 5

Supplemental Re-registration

Tabroom.com / Press Club

Consolation Re-registration

Tabroom.com / Press Club

(Tue evening – see page 23 for details) (Wed afternoon/evening – see page 24 for details)

Postings

Grand Hall (See page 27 for details)

Lactation Room

(Sun-Fri) Center Tower Room 642

Inclusive Restrooms

Adjacent to Lone Star Preconvene Adjacent to Grand Hall 38th Floor, Center Tower – 35 –


TOURNAMENT DIRECTORY SHERATON DALLAS HOTEL

High School Competition (continued)

Main Event Finals

(Thu-Fri) Lone Star Ballroom (See page 28 for details)

Supp-Cons Finals

(Fri) Dallas Ballroom (See page 29 for details)

High School National Awards Assembly Congress Opening Assembly Congress Finals Stennis Center Congress Recognition Reception High School Award Pick Up

SHERATON DALLAS HOTEL

(Fri) Lone Star Ballroom (Mon, Wed-Fri) Grand Hall (Thu) Houston Ballroom A (Senate) (Fri) Houston Ballroom A (House) (Fri) Chaparral (Thu-Fri) State 2 (See page 55 for details) Middle School Competition

Tournament Office

(Wed-Fri) Press Club

Middle School Tab

(Wed-Fri) City View 8

Middle School Judge Pooling Middle School Extemp Prep Middle School Postings Middle School Supplemental Events Re-registration Middle School Award Pick Up

(Wed-Thu) Remington (Fri) City View 3 (Wed) Dallas Ballroom D2 (Thu-Fri) City View 2 (Wed-Thu) Lone Star Preconvene (Thu) Outside City View 8 (Fri) Outside City View 8

Remington (Debate and Speech) City View 1 (Congress) City View 6 (Debate and Speech) City View 7 (Debate and Speech)

Middle School Finals

(Fri) (Fri) (Fri) (Fri)

MS Awards National Awards Assembly

(Fri) Dallas Ballroom – 36 –


VENUE INFORMATION

TOURNAMENT DIRECTORY CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL Tournament Office

Big Questions Debate (Mon-Tue) Public Forum Debate (Mon-Tue) Extemp Debate (Wed)

Kessler (lower level)

Team Lounge

Grand Bryan (lower level)

Judge Pooling

Dallas Grand A (upper level)

Judge Hospitality Lounge Big Questions Training (Monday morning)

Ninth Floor Boardroom Dallas Grand A (upper level)

Meals and Concessions

Dallas Grand B-D (upper level)

Big Questions Tab

(Mon-Tue) Dealey (lower level)

Public Forum Tab

(Mon-Tue) Dealey (lower level)

Extemp Debate Tab

(Wed) Sanger (lower level)

Inclusive Restroom

Near the Ninth Floor Elevators

NOTICE OF FILMING | JUNE 16-21, 2019 The National Speech & Debate Association (NSDA) is filming on these premises. By entering these locations, you agree that the NSDA has the right to use your likeness, image, voice, etc., in any video or print resources, marketing, advertising, or related endeavors. You also understand that you will not be compensated in any way for the use of your likeness, image, voice, etc. Being on these premises on June 16-21, 2019, means that you release and hold harmless the NSDA from any claims or actions that arise as a result of this production.

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SHERATON DALLAS HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER GUIDE SHERATON DALLAS n MAIN HOTEL

SHERATON DALLAS n NORTH TOWER

North Tower – 4th floor

TIP: To access competition rooms via elevators, you MUST board from the first floor of the Sheraton.

City View Room 1 City View Room 2 City View Room 3 City View Room 4 City View Room 5 City View Room 6 City View Room 7 City View Room 8 Remington

Main Hotel – 1st Floor

Draft Media Sports Lounge (lunch and dinner) Gift Shop Lobby Moka Pot Coffee Shop (breakfast and lunch) Open Mkt. Grab ‘n Go (breakfast and lunch) Open Palette (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) The Parlor (dinner) Tower elevator access

North Tower – 5th to 32nd Floors

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VENUE INFORMATION

SHERATON DALLAS HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER GUIDE SHERATON DALLAS n CENTER TOWER

SHERATON DALLAS n SOUTH TOWER

Center Tower – 4th to 36th Floors

South Tower – 3rd Floor

Guest Rooms 561 to 3687

Center Tower – 37th floor

Majestic Room 1 Majestic Room 2 Majestic Room 3 Majestic Room 4 Majestic Room 5 Majestic Room 6 Majestic Room 7 Majestic Room 8 Majestic Room 9 Majestic Room 10 Majestic Room 11

Trinity 1 Trinity 2 Trinity 3 Trinity 4 Trinity 5

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Note: There is NO Trinity Room access from the North and Center Towers. Trinity Rooms can ONLY be accessed via the South Tower.

South Tower – 4th to 29th Floors

Guest Rooms 401 to 2987

(competition on 4th-14th floors)

If you are staying in the Sheraton Dallas Hotel, you must be downstairs prior to 7:00 a.m. each day to help ease the burden on the elevators.

Center Tower – 38th floor Chaparral

SHERATON DALLAS n CONFERENCE CENTER

Conference Center – 1st floor

Dallas Ballroom A-D Grand Hall

Conference Center – 2nd floor

The Sky Bridge that connects the main hotel to the conference center is located on the 2nd Floor.

Lone Star Ballroom A-C Lone Star Pre-Convene Sky Bridge access to Sheraton Hotel

Conference Center – 3rd floor

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Houston Ballroom A-C San Antonio Ballroom A-B State Room 1 State Room 2 State Room 3 State Room 4


SHERATON DALLAS HOTEL - Main Hotel Towers

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VENUE INFORMATION

SHERATON

CENTER

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Hotel –  Fourth  Floor  –  Center  Tower  

Hotel –  Third  Floor  –  South  Tow

 

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NORTH

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Hotel –  Second  Floor  –  Center  Tower        

MAIN HOTEL 2nd floor

   

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SHERATON CONFERENCE CENTER - 1st floor

Conference  Center  –  Second  Floor    

SHERATON CONFERENCE CENTER - 2nd floor

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VENUE INFORMATION

SHERATON CONFERENCE CENTER - 3rd floor

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CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL FOUNDERS LEVEL (lower level)

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VENUE INFORMATION

CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL DALLAS GRAND LEVEL (upper level)

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LUNCH OPTIONS MON-THU | 11:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.

CROWNE

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Dallas Grand B-D

Lone Star Preconvene

Meat/Vegetarian Options Available with Pre-Purchased Meal Tickets Only Both hotels have grab ’n go concession items available for cash/credit card purchase throughout the week. The Crowne also has additional lunches available for purchase.

The Plaza of the Americas is conveniently located adjacent to the Sheraton across the skybridge and offers multiple dining options for National Tournament attendees to enjoy. – 46 –


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TOURNAMENT OVERVIEW (page 1 of 4) 2019 SITE PLAN (See the Venue Guide starting on page 32 for more details.) The National Speech & Debate Tournament will take place June 16-21, 2019. Competition venues include the Sheraton Dallas Hotel and the Crowne Plaza Hotel. The NSDA Student Party, presented by ISD, will take place at the Sheraton (Grand Hall). Maps are available on pages 40-47 and via the Nats19 Guidebook app. NOTE: 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. It is recommended that all competitors and judges arrive to the hotel 90 MINUTES PRIOR to the first round of competition. Those competitors and judges staying in the hotel and competing or judging in a different tower than your sleeping room MUST be downstairs by 7:00 a.m. each day. 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. CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE Two scorers will evaluate each of the three three-hour preliminary sessions, and a parliamentarian will evaluate the three sessions, holistically. Students remain in the same chamber. The seven judge ranks determine advancement to quarterfinals (House) and semifinals (House and Senate), 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 two rounds will be preset to guarantee that each team competes once on the proposition and once on the opposition for the first two prepared motions. Teams with a winning record (up to 64 teams) will compete in a one down and out elimination bracket. See the USWSDI Rules and Procedures Manual for protocols on breaking ties. – 48 –


TOURNAMENT PROCEDURES

TOURNAMENT OVERVIEW (page 2 of 4) BIG QUESTIONS DEBATE 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 three (3) 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. (For protocol for states with more than seven districts, see page 50.) 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 DI, HI, DUO, and POI quarterfinalists are REQUIRED to turn in the original source(s) to the Tournament Office in the Press Club 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. Contestants must also turn in a printed, typed copy of their cutting, and POI contestants must also turn in a copy of their works cited page. Any contestant failing to produce these materials will not qualify for the semifinal rounds of competition. Original source materials (of students no longer in competition) will be available for pick up on Friday, June 21, in State Room 2. All OO and INF quarterfinalists are REQUIRED to turn in a printed, typed copy of their manuscript and works cited page to the Tournament Office in the Press Club room by NOON on Wednesday. Any contestant failing to do so will not qualify for the semifinal rounds of competition. EXTEMP Main event Extemp prep for rounds 1-8 on Monday/Tuesday will occur in Dallas B-C. On Wednesday, Extemp prep for rounds 9-12 will occur in Dallas D1. Final round prep for round 13 will take place in Austin 1 on Friday. 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 event schedules (pages 24-25) for details. 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 event schedules (page 25) for details. – 49 –


TOURNAMENT OVERVIEW (page 3 of 4) INTERNATIONAL SUPPLEMENTAL PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE Only non-advancing international Public Forum teams will be allowed into the international break out of International Public Forum Debate (IPF). There is no additional cost to participate in this event. All international Public Forum teams interested in participating in IPF should register by 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday evening at the Tournament Office in the Press Club room. Note: U.S. teams may not enter this event. 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 preliminary rounds will be provided at Sunday 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 49. PROTOCOL FOR STATES WITH SEVEN OR MORE DISTRICTS For the purposes of better facilitating pairing and judge placement procedures at the National Tournament, any state that has seven (7) or more NSDA districts will be as evenly divided as possible into two separate groups. The districts will be divided by the national office based on geographic location and district size equalization. BALLOT PICK UP AND RETURN All speech ballots are delivered to competition rooms. Policy Debate, Lincoln-Douglas Debate, Public Forum Debate, World Schools Debate, and Big Questions Debate are adjudicated via online balloting. 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. 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. ASSIGNMENTS AND RESULTS Preliminary round schedules will be available for viewing during Sunday registration and in the Nats19 Guidebook app. Beginning with round 7, Policy, Lincoln-Douglas, and Public Forum judges will announce their decisions at the end of the debates. Speech results will be posted after each even numbered round. Current results are available in the Tournament Office to district chairs. Results of semifinal and final rounds will be available online at www.speechanddebate.org/nationals after the conclusion of the National Awards Assembly. For more information about postings and results, see page 27. – 50 –


TOURNAMENT PROCEDURES

TOURNAMENT OVERVIEW (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. To review our complete Harassment and Discrimination Policy and the role of Equity Officers at the National Tournament, please see page 53. OMBUDSPEOPLE Ombudspeople will answer questions and solve problems. Report all lost and found items, or any other irregularities, to the Tournament Office (see page 65 for locations). PROTESTS Protests concerning rules violations, misconduct, or the legality of materials must be presented in writing to the Tournament Office 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 Tournament Office. For locations, see page 65. SCHOOL AWARDS Coaches who believe their team has qualified for a School of Outstanding Distinction, School of Excellence, or School of Honor award (pages 56-57) may visit the Tournament Office on Friday, located in Press Club, 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 Debate do not count toward the individual School Awards.) CERTIFICATES AND POINTS A certificate will be awarded to each participant in a main event. Please check the certificates enclosed in your registration packet. If a certificate is missing, or an enclosed certificate is misspelled, please email info@speechanddebate.org with the correct spelling of the student’s name, your school name, and state. We can arrange to have the corrected certificate ready for you at Award Pick Up Thursday or Friday. See page 55 for times and location. 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 point table (see page 56). JUDGE BOND INQUIRIES If all judges from a school complete all judging assignments, including semifinal and final round judging assignments, the $200 judge bond will be returned by July 31, 2019— either in the form of a mailed check OR as a credit applied to the school account, per your selection made through the online registration process on Tabroom.com. You can log in to your Tabroom.com account to view your selection (mailed check or school credit). Failure to report for a judging assignment 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. A school will not be permitted to renew membership or compete the following year unless all outstanding fees have been paid. NOTE: To ensure financial security and appropriate auditing practices, judge bonds will not be returned in cash, and refund checks will not be issued at the National Tournament. For judge bond questions or disputes, please contact info@speechanddebate.org. – 51 –


LOOKING FOR THE BUD ROOM?

FIND US IN THE TOURNAMENT OFFICE! SHERATON – PRESS CLUB | CROWNE PLAZA – KESSLER We are constantly striving to make speech and debate a more inclusive and welcoming activity. In an effort to clarify and improve the rules adjudication process for the membership, the NSDA has further defined the roles of Ombudspeople, Equity Officers, Rules Adjudication Panelists, and National Tournament Directors. • An Ombudsperson is a person who, via the Tournament Office, attempts to provide important information to attendees and helps to resolve issues that may arise throughout the course of the tournament. • Equity Officers provide a first point of contact for attendees with inquiries related to harassment and discrimination at the tournament. • Rules Adjudication Panelists are responsible for gathering all relevant data associated with a formal protest, interviewing the protesting and protested parties, and rendering a final decision to uphold or decline the protest and determine the appropriate penalties, if applicable. Decisions are final and may not be appealed. • The National Tournament Director and Assistant National Tournament Director serve as advisors to the rules adjudication panelists and ombudspeople and are the head administrators of the National Tournament.

Inclusive Restrooms LOOK FOR THIS SIGN!

(see pages 34-37 for locations)

The National Speech & Debate Association has designated restrooms in each of the venues that can be used by anyone. We want to thank you for respecting our diverse community of participants, judges, coaches, and observers. – 52 –


TOURNAMENT PROCEDURES

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 NSDA prohibits all forms of harassment and discrimination. Accordingly, all forms of harassment and discrimination, whether written or oral, based on race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, citizenship, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by any applicable federal, state, or local law are prohibited, whether committed by participants, judges, coaches, or observers. 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.

CONTACT AN EQUITY OFFICER If you have a concern about how people are treating you that you want to make known to the NSDA and, if appropriate, legal authorities, or you have witnessed behavior that is inconsistent with our Harassment and Discrimination Policy, please report to your building’s Tournament Office to reach an equity officer. You will be asked to fill out a form sharing your information and describing the violation. You will then discuss the grievance informally and on a verbal basis with the equity officer, who shall in turn investigate the complaint. Whenever possible, please connect with an equity officer in person first. For Tournament Office locations, please see page 65. You may also call or text the NSDA Help Line at (920) 748-6206. If you need to make an immediate connection with an equity officer, please call (920) 212-1362.

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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, and Public Forum teams 7-14 will be awarded trophies on stage after their respective final rounds.

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 to receive their award on stage.

Congressional Debaters Placing 1-14, Top POs, Leadership Bowls The top 14 Congressional debaters in the House and the Senate should attend the National Awards Assembly on Friday 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 Worlds 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 qualifiers should attend the National Awards Assembly on Friday to receive their award on stage.

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 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 at the Sheraton in the Lone Star Ballroom at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 20. ALL STUDENTS MUST BE IN COMPETITION ATTIRE. – 54 –


TOURNAMENT PROCEDURES

AWARD PICK UP REMINDERS Elimination Award Distribution The following items may be picked up in State Room 2 on Thursday/Friday (see sidebar for times):

SHERATON State Room 2 Third Floor Conference Center

• 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)

HIGH SCHOOL:

• Plaques for Congressional Debate quarterfinalists

Thursday, June 20 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

• Senator Karl E. Mundt medals for Congressional Debate semifinalists

Friday, June 21 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

• Plaques for supplemental and consolation event semifinalists

LEAVING EARLY? Awards and original sources/scripts will not be shipped without prior arrangement. Be sure to pick up all materials— including checking for lost and found items—during the times allotted.

Sources • Original source materials (of students no longer in competition) will be available for pick up on Friday, June 21.

Debate Ballots • Teams will receive

instructions for viewing online ballots after the tournament.

Congress Gavels and Stennis Medallions

Congress preliminary, quarterfinal, and semifinal presiding officers will receive gavels in their chambers. Final session participants will receive Stennis Medallions at the Congressional Reception held Friday evening.

World Schools Triple Octafinalist Medals Non-advancing Worlds triple octafinalists will receive medals after the conclusion of the round.

NEW IN 2019! Scholarship Claim Request Form Graduated high school students who have earned a scholarship at the National Tournament and have enrolled in post-secondary school should complete our online form to submit proof of enrollment and request disbursement of scholarship funds. Scholarship funds will be sent to the registrar. Visit www.speechanddebate.org/scholarship-claim-request-form. – 55 –


SCHOOL AWARDS Coaches who believe their team has qualified for one of the School Awards (see opposite page) may visit the Tournament Office in the Press Club room 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 Debate 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 + 14 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.

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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.

For assistance with locked rooms or general, non-emergent questions throughout the week, CALL or TEXT the NSDA Help Line at (920) 748-6206.

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POINTS All results are subject to final audit. Coaches may figure student points by copying the posted results via the Nats19 App or at Tabroom.com and using the point tables below. District chairs may review results after each posting in the tournament office (see page 65 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

Extemp Debate (all rounds): Win = 6 points 1st Supp Speech (all rounds): 6 points

2nd 5 points

Loss = 4 points 3rd 4 points

4th 5th / 6th / 7th 3 points 2 points

ELIM ROUNDS Main Debate:

Win = 10 points

Main Speech:

1st 10 points

Loss = 7 points

2nd 9 points

3rd 8 points

4th 5th / 6th / 7th 7 points 6 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: Second place: Third place:

15 points 10 points 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 2018-2019. – 58 –


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NATIONAL TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS

J. Scott Wunn Executive Director, Tournament Director

Amy Seidelman Assistant Executive Director, Assistant Tournament Director

Lauren Burdt Manager of Competitions

Annie Reisener Manager of Tournament Operations

Martin Glendinning Judge Chair

Dr. Richard Edwards Co-Chair of Computer Operations

Timothy E. Sheaff Co-Awards Emcee

Chris Palmer Co-Chair of Computer Operations

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TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS

NATIONAL TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS

Matt Good

Shuntá Jordan

Dario Camara

Chris McDonald

Policy Debate Co-Chair

Speech Chair

Public Forum Debate Co-Chair

Public Forum Debate Co-Chair

Jeff Stutzman

Jonathan Alston

Jay Rye

Kevin Berlat

Policy Debate Co-Chair

World Schools Debate Chair

Lincoln-Douglas Debate Co-Chair

Congressional Debate Chair

Michael Patterson Lincoln-Douglas Debate Co-Chair

Hanh Do

Big Questions Debate Chair

Jamelle Brown

Sami Womack

Kyle Howe

Michael Starks

Greg Malis

Kristi Hodgkiss

Cory Clark Shay

Raymond Shay

Extemp Prep Co-Chair

Extemp Debate Chair

Extemp Prep Co-Chair

Commentary Chair

Supp-Cons Co-Chair

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Middle School Co-Chair

Supp-Cons Co-Chair

Middle School Co-Chair


NATIONAL TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS National Tournament Director

J. Scott Wunn, NSDA **

Assistant National Tournament Director

Amy Seidelman, NSDA

Manager of Competitions Manager of Tournament Operations Board of Directors

Lauren Burdt, NSDA Annie Reisener, NSDA Pam Cady Wycoff, MN President ******* Dr. Tommie Lindsey, Jr., CA Vice President ****** Byron R. Arthur, LA ** David Huston, TX **** Adam J. Jacobi, WI *** Jennifer Jerome, NE **** Renee C. Motter, CO *** Timothy E. Sheaff, IA ****

Steering Committee Chair

Cindi Timmons ***

Steering Committee

Jane Boyd **** Gerri Colvin * Kristi Hodgkiss *** David Huston ****

Co-Chairs of Computer Operations Computer Operations

Ombudspeople Equity Officers

Judge Chair Judges

Robert Runcie, FL Admin Rep Wendy Orthman, TN Tom Rollins, VA Monica Silverstein, NY

Cheryl Potts **** Robert Shepard *** Rhonda Smith *** Leeann Solice **

Dr. Richard Edwards, TX Chris Palmer, NSDA Jon Bruschke, CA Aaron Hardy, NSDA Brian Manuel, CA * James Markham, TX

Martin Page, NJ * Chris Skinner, TX Michael Stroud, NSDA

Don Crabtree, MO ********* William Brown, CO *

Jan Friedman-Pizzo, OR Jay Stubbs, TX ******

Dr. J. Scott Baker, WI *** Jan Friedman-Pizzo, OR Dr. Darrell Harvey, MD

Adam Nelson, Taiwan * Monica Silverstein, NY

Martin Glendinning, OK ** Gina Cattaneo, OK * Sarah Donnelly, MA * Alexa Glendinning, OK Chuck Nicholas, SC ***** – 62 –

Dustin Rimmey, KS ** Marc Rischitelli, MA **** Shane Stafford, MN ** Chase Williams, Taiwan *


TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS

NATIONAL TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS Speech Chair

Matt Good, MO ***

Policy Debate Co-Chairs

Shuntá Jordan, GA ** Jeff Stutzman, IN **

Lincoln-Douglas Debate Co-Chairs

Jonathan Alston, NJ ** Michael Patterson, OK *****

Public Forum Debate Co-Chairs

Dario Camara, FL *** Chris McDonald, MN ****

Congressional Debate Chair

Kevin Berlat, AZ *

World Schools Debate Chair

Jay Rye, AL *****

Big Questions Debate Chair Extemp Prep Co-Chairs Supplemental and Consolation Co-Chairs Extemporaneous Debate Chair Commentary Chair Final Audit Middle School Co-Chairs Operations Team

Video Team

Hanh Do, TX Jamelle Brown, KS ** Sami Womack, TX ** Kyle Howe, MO ** Michael Starks, WY ****** Greg Malis, LA ** Kristi Hodgkiss, TX *** David Abel, KS *** Pamela K. McComas, KS ******** Cory Clark Shay, PA * Raymond Shay, PA ** Ethan Baker, WI Stefan Bauschard, NY ** Carson Culp, IA Scott “Frosty” Faust, WI Becca Gillian, TX Emily McKenzie, IN Randi Oleson, IA Deano Pape, IA Anthony Peavy, NM Zachary Prax, MN **

Steve Schappaugh, IA *** Colette Sheaff, IA Elliot Sheaff, IA Simon Sheaff, IA Joshua Timmons, TX Tyler Unsell, MO *** Alyssa VanderBruggen, IA Darrell Vossekuil, IA Keith West, MA

Clayton Horwitz, IL Sam Johnson, IL Marcus Jones, NY

Mantas Motekaitis, IL Josh Noll, IL

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Pam Cady Wycoff President

Dr. Tommie Lindsey, Jr. Vice President

Minnesota

California

Byron R. Arthur

David Huston

Adam J. Jacobi

Louisiana

Texas

Wisconsin

Jennifer M. Jerome

Renee C. Motter

Timothy E. Sheaff

Nebraska

Colorado

Iowa

Robert Runcie Admin Rep

Wendy Orthman

Tom Rollins

Monica Silverstein

Tennessee

Virginia

New York

Florida

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TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS

TOURNAMENT OFFICE We are constantly striving to make speech and debate a more inclusive and welcoming activity. An Ombudsperson is a person who, via the tournament office, attempts to provide important information to attendees and helps to resolve issues that may arise throughout the course of the tournament. Equity Officers provide a first point of contact for attendees with inquiries related to harassment and discrimination at the tournament. Rules Adjudication Panelists are responsible for gathering all relevant data associated with a formal protest, interviewing the protesting and protested parties, and rendering a final decision to uphold or decline the protest and determine the appropriate penalties, if applicable. The National Tournament Director and Assistant National Tournament Director serve as advisors to the Rules Adjudication Panelists and Ombudspeople and are the head administrators of the National Tournament.

OMBUDSPEOPLE Don Crabtree, MO William Brown, CO Jan Friedman-Pizzo, OR Jay Stubbs, TX

EQUITY OFFICERS Dr. J. Scott Baker, WI Jan Friedman-Pizzo, OR Dr. Darrell Harvey, MD Adam Nelson, Taiwan Monica Silverstein, NY

TOURNAMENT OFFICE STAFFERS Deano Pape, IA Zachary Prax, MN Steve Schappaugh, IA Tyler Unsell, MO

RULES ADJUDICATION PANELISTS Byron R. Arthur, LA Meg Howell-Haymaker, AZ David Huston, TX Adam J. Jacobi, WI Jennifer M. Jerome, NE Dr. Tommie Lindsey, Jr., CA Renee C. Motter, CO Timothy E. Sheaff, IA Pam Cady Wycoff, MN

WE’RE HERE TO HELP! SHERATON - PRESS CLUB CROWNE PLAZA - KESSLER • Questions and Concerns • Lost and Found Items • Interp Source and Manuscript Submissions by POI, HI, DI, and DUO Quarterfinalists • Manuscript Submissions by OO and INF Quarterfinalists • School of Excellence Postings (Friday)

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2019 TAB ROOM STAFF Policy Debate: Shuntá Jordan, GA (co-chair) Jeff Stutzman, IN (co-chair) Cynthia Burgett, KS Iain Lampert, CA Mat Marr, OR Nick Panopoulos, CO Dustin Rimmey, KS Lincoln-Douglas Debate: Jonathan Alston, NJ (co-chair) Michael Patterson, OK (co-chair) Richard Belske, KS Emily Farwell, WY Kasey Harrison, OK Brit McCabe, OK Christopher Randall, TX Kara Smith, ID Russ Tidwell, KS Bryan Whyte, MO John Wolnisty, AZ Public Forum Debate: Dario Camara, FL (co-chair) Chris McDonald, MN (co-chair) Jane Berry-Eddings, OR Nicole Cornish, TX Nicole Dalton, CA Alma Nicholson, LA Harry Strong, VA Congressional Debate: Kevin Berlat, AZ (chair) Susan Anderson, ND Victoria Beard, TX Clifton Davis, ID Gayle Hyde, ND Ron Jackson, MO David Long, PA Keith Pittman, NC Aleisha Readye, CA World Schools Debate: Jay Rye, AL (chair) William Brown, CO Kelly Garner, MS Gary Peters, IN Shane Stafford, MN Donna Szumila, TX Big Questions Debate: Hanh Do, TX (chair) Adesuwa Omoruyi, TX

(as of May 27, 2019)

Speech: Matt Good, MO (chair) Kim Lenger, MO (associate co-chair) Steve Meadows, KY (associate co-chair) Tony Ugalde, CA (associate co-chair) Lillian Adeyemi, TX Treya Brown, MS Shane Cole, MS Carolyn Cook, KS Daniel Dawson, KS Chase Elliott, IN Evan Elliott, IN Cheryl Frazier, IL Mary Fridh, IN Mario Herrera, GA Vicky Hyde, WA Kris Igawa, OR Shannon Jarman, NC Colin Malinak, TX Larissa Maranell, KS Rory McKenzie, TX Karen Miyakado, HI Gail Nicholas, SC Jeff Plinsky, KS Bill Prater, OH Frank Rivera, TX Todd Schnake, MO Amanda Sloan, NV Jimmy Smith, TX Betty Stanton, OK Tom Tobin, MO Mick Turpin, MO Brian Winckler, MO Trey Witt, KS David Yastremski, NJ Audit: Linda Alt, IN Thomas Beck Jr., NY Luis Cardenas, NY Katy Cecil, KY Gerald Colapinto, PA Dave McKenzie, IN Randi Oleson, IA Suzanne Terry, TN Rachel Wilczewski, OR Final Audit: David Abel, KS Pamela K. McComas, KS

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TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS

2019 TAB ROOM STAFF Extemp / Commentary: Jamelle Brown, KS (co-chair) Sami Womack, TX (co-chair) Kristi Hodgkiss, TX (co-chair) Jo Ball, KS Eloise Blair, TX Victoria Engledow, OK Sheryl Gusman, VA Christian Jones, OK Karson Kalashian, CA Ishmael Kissinger, OK Julie Laflen, KS Bob Stockton, CA Melissa Witt, TX

(as of May 27, 2019)

Middle School Tournament: Cory Clark Shay, PA (co-chair) Raymond Shay, PA (co-chair) Maggie Blosky, PA Noah Clapacs, NC Marco Dominguez, AZ Mike Harris, KS Toni Heimes, NE Kelsey Johnson, ND William Lindsey, MO Jasmin Nabors, NC Kathy Owens, TX Michael Robinson, KY Deborah Simon, MA Charles Sloat, NY Tim Stroud, DC George Tennison, TX William Warren, NC David Weatherly, TN Elizabeth Wood-Weas, AL

Supplemental / Consolation: Kyle Howe, MO (co-chair) Michael Starks, WY (co-chair) Greg Malis, LA (co-chair) Anita Boyd, MS Ernest Chomicki, WI Sarah Donnelly, MA JP Fugler, TX Megan Hagaman, KS Manuel Halkias, OH Mary Hoard, WY Adam Jenkins, IL Denise Raeder Johnson, ND Jeri Neidhard, OH Kathleen O’Halloran, PA Joseph (Lynn) Pizzo, OR Noah Recker, TX Marc Rischitelli, MA Aaron Schopper, KS Salli Stockton, CA Brandon Thornton, IL Ondreja Turner, AL Eddie Young, CO

2019-2020 LD Wording Committee: Crawford Leavoy, NC (co-chair) Joseph Vaughan, NY (co-chair) Clement Agho-Otoghile, TX Martha Benham, CO Anthony Berryhill, TX Chris Castillo, TX Tiffany Dacheux, PA Nathan Johnston, FL Sheryl Kaczmarek, MA Linda Shipley, OK Chris Theis, MN Chris Vincent, LA 2019-2020 PF Wording Committee: Alyssa Fiebrantz, FL (co-chair) Todd Hering (co-chair) Bilal Butt, NC Nate Conoly, AL Paul Gaba, FL Lexy Green, CA Jeff Kahn, PA Chad Meadows, KY Jeffrey Miller, GA Ashley Murphy, PA Lyndsey Oliver, GA Natalie Polanco, NY Aleisha Readye, CA Tanya Roundy, UT Halli Tripe, NE Chase Williams, Taiwan David Huston, TX (Board Liaison) – 67 –


NATIONAL OFFICE STAFF

J. Scott Wunn

Executive Director, National Tournament Director

Aaron Hardy Director of Technology

Amy Seidelman

Assistant Executive Director, Assistant National Tournament Director

Laura Stein

Director of Business and Finance

Nicole Wanzer-Serrano

Director of Development

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 The National Speech & Debate Association connects, supports, and inspires a diverse community committed to empowering students through competitive speech and debate.

VISION We envision a world in which every student has access to membership in the National Speech & Debate Association, providing the educational resources, competitive opportunities, and expertise necessary to foster their communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creative skills. – 68 –


TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS

NATIONAL OFFICE STAFF

Amanda Bender Trophy Shop Assistant

Emily Bratton

Graphic Designer and Publications Assistant

Kirsten Greene Executive Assistant

Lauren Burdt

Project Manager, Big Questions

Katie Hines

Grants Administrator, Big Questions

Development Coordinator

Annie Reisener Operations Specialist

Grace Rogers

Publications Manager

Stephanie VanderBruggen

Lisa Vossekuil

Chad Wagner

Accounting Specialist

Marketing Communications Specialist

Trophy Shop Manager

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Video and Tech Support Specialist

Emily Kriegel

Vicki Pape

Membership Specialist

Walker Desing

Liberty Dunn

Business and Finance Assistant

Lauren McCool

Education and Recognition Coordinator

Michael Stroud Membership Services Coordinator

Megan Wunn Store Associate

Victor Torres

Colorado College Fellow

Nicole Zeoli

Business and Finance Coordinator


Welcome to Texas! Traveling across America in 1960, American author John Steinbeck spent some time in Texas before observing, “Texas is a state of mind. Texas is an obsession. Above all, Texas is a nation in every sense of the word.” Everyone seems to recognize Texas, from its unique shape, identifiable across the globe, to its big personality. Those of us who live here know that everything really is bigger in Texas, whether it’s driving for nearly 14 hours before you reach the other side, our big open skies, or our warm hospitality. Texas is indeed a special place. Writing about the great television show Friday Night Lights in his 2011 The Paris Daily Review article, “Texas Forever,” Adam Wilson observed, “. . . material wants pale in comparison to...the mystical and metaphorical place called Texas Forever, a place whose appeal lies partly in the unspoken profundity of its landscape—the wide roads and wider skies—and partly in the notions of liberty and freedom upon which, as the saying goes, this country was founded.” This mindset of “Texas Forever” is part of who we are as a speech and debate community as well. Our state has 13 NSDA districts, the most in the country. The Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex is the fourth largest in the United States, and the speech and debate programs here reflect that same energy, size, and diversity. We challenge each other to work harder, to dig deeper, to reach higher. Our forensic community is proud to invite you to join us for a week of competition, collaboration, and celebration this summer. This will be the fourth time the North Texas area has hosted Nationals in recent history. While some of our committee members remain the same, we also have a few new faces ready to greet you and help you navigate the tournament site, our city, and our state. No matter where you turn, you should find a friendly face ready to help you feel at home. Cindi Timmons Chair

Texas Forever • 2019 Steering Committee

Jane Boyd

Gerri Colvin

Kristi Hodgkiss

David Huston

Cheryl Potts

Robert Shepard

Rhonda Smith

Leann Solice

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WE ARE SPEECH & DEBATE.

For a complete list of scholarship offerings, visit www.speechanddebate.org/nationals

FROM OUR SUPPORTERS We are grateful for the countless supporters who have purchased ads and given in-kind donations on behalf of the 2019 National Speech & Debate Tournament. Thank you for helping us pursue the mission and vision of the National Speech & Debate Association!

NSDA HELP LINE • CALL OR TEXT (920) 748-6206

NATIONAL SPEECH & DEBATE ASSOCIATION


The American Legion’s National Oratorical Contest

LOOKING FOR COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS? LOOK NO FURTHER. The first place finisher of The American Legion’s National Oratorical Contest is awarded an $18,000 scholarship, second place $16,000, and third place $14,000. As part of the National Speech & Debate Association’s ongoing alliance with The American Legion, those top three finishers may also earn the right to compete in Original Oratory or United States Extemp at the National Speech & Debate Tournament.

Congratulations to the 2019 Finalists!

First place: Patrick Junker – Waukee, Iowa

Second place: Caleb Maue – Homer Glen, Illinois

Third place: Eden Carnes – Friendsville, Tennessee

 Want to get involved? Follow these simple steps! • Visit www.legion.org/oratorical to learn more. • Click on “State Contests” to contact The American Legion Department Headquarters located in your state to learn when the first contest in your area will be. • Click on “Assigned Topics” to learn 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. – 72 –


The National Speech & Debate Association Presents

JOIN THE DEBATE!

A PROGRAM OF THE

This past year, more than 600 Big Questions debate events occurred in more than 40 states with 20,000 students! The NSDA awarded more than $500,000 to schools that held Big Questions events.

S U P P O RT E D BY T H E

FREE resources and tournament support provided by the NSDA to make your event successful. An exciting way to attract new students to your team by debating topics about science and philosophy!

PLANNING TO APPLY? SIGN UP FOR REMINDERS! Visit NSDABigQuestions.org or email info@speechanddebate.org – 73 –


2020 COOLIDGE CUP The Coolidge Foundation is setting out to find the top debaters in America! The 2020 Coolidge Cup National Debate Tournament begins in fall 2019 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 2020 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 2020 Coolidge Cup!

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www.gdsdebate.com

Lincoln-Douglas Debate

Two Weeks June 30 – July 13 Three Weeks June 30 – July 20

Kritik Lab

Three Weeks June 30 – July 20

Congressional Debate Two Weeks

June 30 – July 13

World Schools Debate Two Weeks

June 30 – July 13

World Schools/Lincoln-Douglas Three Weeks June 30 – July 20

Coaches Clinic

One-Three Week Options Available

Visit our website for more information about our summer programs and tournament-season debate briefs.

www.gdsdebate.com

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DEBATE AND SPEECH Illinois College is proud to sponsor Lincoln-Douglas Debate at the 2019 NSDA National Tournament.

AT IC, YOU WILL: • Receive individualized coaching from dedicated faculty. • Earn scholarships and college credit for participating in speech and debate. • Participate in a comprehensive program of both debate and individual events. • Develop skills that will help you in your career. • Be part of a close-knit team with a winning tradition that traces back to Abraham Lincoln.

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PATRICK HENRY

Voice

OF THE REVOLUTION

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2019 NATIONAL DEBATE CHAMPIONS

Pi Kappa Delta Team Points

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 The Stennis Center for Public Service 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.

Dr. Brian Pugh

Executive Director

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.

Jessica Shappley Program Director

The National Speech & Debate Association thanks the Stennis Center for its generous support and partnership!

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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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Ideas Have Consequences

$10,000 SCHOLARSHIPS

Lyceum Scholars Program at Clemson University, SC

A Great Books approach to studying Liberty, Free Markets, the American Founding, and Moral Character.

www.Clemson.edu/Capitalism/Lyceum.html – 90 –


Liberty University congratulates all qualifiers of the

2019

NATIONAL

TOURNAMENT! Liberty competes at the

highest levels of intercollegiate policy debate and

offers scholarships to qualified high school students.

JOIN US AT

Liberty.edu/Debate

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Stop Talking. Start Speaking. SWSD@ASU Congratulates the 2019 NSDA National Qualifiers

Location & Tuition Resident Price:

Two Week Sessions:

Two Weeks: $1245 One Week: $880

Lincoln-Douglas Policy Debate

Commuter Price:

First Week (July 5 - 12):

Two Weeks: $930 One Week: $660

Public Forum Debate Platform Speaking

Location:

Second Week (July 12 - 19):

COST

EVENTS

SWSD@ASU 2019 July 5th-19th

SWSD@ASU is located at Barrett: The Honors College at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ.

Interp Events Extemporaneous Congressional Debate

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T h e U T N a t i o n a l I n s t i t u t e i n F o r e n s i c s

UTNIF

The University of Texas at Austin Engaged in the forensic arts since 1883

The University of Texas at Austin congratulates all of our alumni on your qualifications for the NSDA National Tournament, and wishes every competitor the best of luck at NSDA Nationals 2019! You embody the very best of what we do with passion, elegance, and excellence. Good luck to all!! Eric Lanning Program Director, UTNIF

Hook ‘Em! www.utspeech.net UTNIF Dept. of Communication Studies 1 University Station Mail Code A1105 Austin, Texas 78712-1105

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WE ARE SPEECH & DEBATE.

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

HONORS AND AWARDS

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National Student of the Year

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District Students of the Year

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Four-Time Qualifiers

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Distinguished Service Awards

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District Chair Awards

111

New Diamond Coach Recognition

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Hall of Fame Members

NSDA HELP LINE • CALL OR TEXT (920) 748-6206

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HONORS AND AWARDS

2019 WILLIAM WOODS TATE, JR., NATIONAL STUDENT OF THE YEAR presented by Richard Bitner in honor of Sharon Porter 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, Billy Tate and service. 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 2019 National Student of the Year will be announced during the National Awards Assembly on Friday, June 21. The finalists, listed in alphabetical order by last name, are as follows:

Joanna Bai Millard West High School Omaha, NE Nebraska District

Rene Otero Hendrickson High School Pflugerville, TX Heart of Texas District

Michael Bole Dreyfoos School of the Arts West Palm Beach, FL Florida Oceanfront District

Saskia Reford Saint Mary’s Hall San Antonio, TX Central Texas District

Mariah Cady Columbus High School Columbus, GA Georgia Southern Peach District

Esmeralda Reyes Achievement First Brooklyn High School Brooklyn, NY New York City District

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2019 DISTRICT STUDENTS OF THE YEAR Deep South (AL) James Torbert The Montgomery Academy

Hawaii Jasci-Ann Fikany Aiea HS

Maine Caitlyn Bull Falmouth HS

Arizona Alison Cohen Chandler Preparatory Academy

Idaho Gem of the Mountain Preston Marispini Renaissance HS

Chesapeake (MD) Amaris Hester Marriotts Ridge HS

Arkansas Alex Martin Episcopal Collegiate School

Idaho Mountain River Alyson Corgatelli Rigby HS

New England (MA & NH) Paulina Hruskoci Shrewsbury HS

Big Valley (CA) Trinity Bergen Delta Charter HS

Greater Illinois James Han University HS

Central Minnesota Ethan Mirman Minnetonka HS

San Fran Bay (CA) Evelyn Kuo James Logan HS

Hoosier Heartland (IN) Josiah Richey Logansport HS

Southern Minnesota Michelle Quan Rosemount Sr. HS

Colorado Esther Varghese Eaglecrest HS

Northeast Indiana (IN) Grace Bechdol Canterbury HS

Magnolia (MS) Austin Brown Ridgeland HS

Colorado Grande Caelen Burand Centennial HS

East Iowa Emily Robinson John F. Kennedy HS

Eastern Missouri William Polster Pattonville HS

Rocky Mountain - South (CO) Jacob Stock Lakewood HS

East Kansas Nicholas Wallenburg Shawnee Mission West HS

Show Me (MO) Jacob Gose Rockhurst HS

Western Slope (CO) Michael Wilson Fruita Monument HS

Sunflower (KS) Samuel Harder Maize South HS

Montana Michael McKay Corvallis HS

Florida Oceanfront Michael Bole Dreyfoos School Of The Arts

Three Trails (KS) Mickey McMahon Blue Valley North HS

Nebraska Joanna Bai Millard West HS

Florida South Oliver Stern Ransom Everglades School

Louisiana Blake Ziegler Holy Cross School

Nebraska South Kate Millington Norris Public Schools

Georgia Southern Peach Mariah Cady Columbus HS

Golden Desert (NV) Sophie Mallas Palo Verde HS

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HONORS AND AWARDS

2019 DISTRICT STUDENTS OF THE YEAR Sagebrush (NV) Vanessa Ribeiro Spanish Springs HS

North Oregon Katie Card Gresham-Barlow HS

North Texas Longhorns Jada Bourne Keller HS

New Jersey Christopher Maximos Delbarton School

South Oregon Cristien Hernandez South Medford HS

Space City (TX) Hunter Brown Spring Woods HS

New Mexico Adelyn Moore La Cueva HS

Pennsylvania Bree Gray Trinity HS

Tall Cotton (TX) Trent Collins Borden County HS

New York City Esmeralda Reyes Achievement First Brooklyn HS

Valley Forge (PA) Lena Lofgren Strath Haven HS

UIL (TX) Ashlyn Ellgass Lindale HS

Carolina West (NC) Gayatri Chopra Providence HS

South Carolina Ian Chiu Riverside HS

West Texas Michelle Guevara Ysleta HS

Tarheel East (NC) Deandra Simpson Cumberland Int’l Early College HS

Rushmore (SD) Seamus Duffy O’Gorman HS

Yellow Rose (TX) Christopher Malhas Princeton HS

North Dakota Roughrider Juliet Geffre Fargo Shanley HS

Tennessee Pedro Reyes Morristown West HS

Virginia Suditi Shyamsunder John Handley HS

North Coast (OH) Julia Lynn Laurel School

Central Texas Saskia Reford Saint Mary’s Hall HS

Western Washington Joseph Ribera Tahoma Senior HS

Northern Ohio Evan Gallo Columbiana HS

East Texas Hanaa Irfan Klein HS

Northern Wisconsin Jackson Kloes Étude HS

East Oklahoma Jalen Davis Tulsa School of Arts & Sciences

Gulf Coast (TX) John Duncan Harlingen HS South

Wind River (WY) Taliah Blom Natrona County HS

West Oklahoma Christine Nguyen Edmond Santa Fe HS

Heart of Texas Rene Otero Hendrickson HS Lone Star (TX) Jacqueline Wei Plano West Sr. HS

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2019 FOUR-TIME QUALIFIERS Thomas Allen John Brady Amacker Luke Babbitt Ishan Bhatt Taliah Blom Carlos Carroll Alexandra Castro Preeti Chemiti Ashley Clarke Caden Cox Jeremiah Daniels Dyuti Dawn Allison DeCracker Tiffany Delgado Antonio Dowdy John Duncan Ezekiel Ellis Anahita Farishta Francisco E. Fernandez Bergen Foshay Steven Franklin Ethan Gambriel Juliet Geffre Gavin Gwaltney Callan Hazeldine Daliss Hicks Shreyas Iyer Zachary Jacobson Madeline Kahl Lena Lofgren Drew Lorenc Annie Lu Christopher Maximos Trent McKenzie

Pine View School Petal High School Helix Charter High School St. Andrew’s Episcopal School Natrona County High School W. B. Ray High School Reagan High School West Fargo Sheyenne High School Bellaire High Shool Leon High School Muscatine High School Fargo Davies High School Snohomish High School East Mountain High School Los Alamos High School Harlingen High School South Muscatine High School W. B. Ray High School Henry W. Grady High School James Enochs High School Madison County High School Willard High School Fargo Shanley High School Charlotte Latin School Ardrey Kell High School Miramar High School Munster High School Wellington High School Theodore Roosevelt High School Strath Haven High School Glacier High School Plano Sr. High School Delbarton School Plymouth High School

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HONORS AND AWARDS

2019 FOUR-TIME QUALIFIERS Samuel Menefee Sanjeev Musuvathy Faith Nishimura Vera Petrovic Avideep Pradhan Logan Quick Joey Ribera Abby Roberts Tyler Rossow Madi Schuld Jared Shapiro Simrun Sharma Arjun Shreekumar Matthew Sohn Drake Alexander Spina John Henry Stearns Kaitlyn Margaret Steele Noah James Stoebner Alex Stoneman Rebekah Sweyko Hannah Tavani Conal Thomas-McGinnis Catherine Updegraff Yasmin Wadhwani Jordan Waters Jacqueline Wei Jenni Whitbeck Lindsey Williams Jack Xiao Byron Xu

Los Alamos High School Jenks High School Claremont High School Lawrence High School Ardrey Kell High School Bettendorf High School Tahoma Senior High School Rocky Mountain High School Union High School Brainerd High School Hawken School Niceville High School Brookfield East High School Iolani School Tuscarwaras Valley High School Tuloso Midway High School Valparaiso High School Sioux Falls Lincoln High School Ursuline High School Fort Scott High School Towanda Jr.-Sr. High School West Des Moines Valley High School The Montgomery Academy Bear Creek High School Bullard High School Plano West Sr. High School Damonte Ranch High School Sprague High School Claremont High School Tompkins High School

NM OK CA KS NC IA WA CO OK MN OH FL WI HI OH TX IN SD OH KS PA IA AL WA CA TX NV OR CA TX

Four-time qualifiers will be recognized Friday, June 21, at 7:00 p.m. at the Sheraton in the Lone Star Ballroom. Students are listed in alphabetical order as of May 17, 2019.

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2019 DON CRABTREE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARDS A special honor conferred by the National Speech & Debate Association is the Don Crabtree 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. To learn more, visit our website at www.speechanddebate.org/coach-recognition.

DISTINGUISHED SERVICE KEY Ameena Amdahl-Mason Angela Anyzeski Tim Baldwin Victoria Beard Jane Berry-Eddings Keith Bistodeau Lily Bolig Michelle Boswell Richard Bracknell Kevin Brich Richard Brynteson Richard Burns Suzette Burtoft Candace Cain Dario Camara Missy Carlson Jedidiah Carosaari Layne Carter Dan Ceci Chad Chenowith Robin Christensen Rachel Clapper Cory Clark Shay Travis Clement Shane Cole David Cooper Chris Coovert Lori Crawford Michael Curry

Clackamas High School, OR Dreyfoos School of the Arts, FL Liberty Sr. High School, MO Spring Woods High School, TX Sprague High School, OR Wayzata High School, MN San Dieguito Academy, CA Cumberland Polytechnic High School, NC Carrollton High School, GA Chatfield Senior High School, CO Robbinsdale Cooper High School, MN Buchholz High School, FL Highland High School, OH Burwell Jr.-Sr. High School, NE Western High School, FL Downers Grove North High School, IL London Academy Casablanca, MA Clearfield High School, UT Solon High School, OH Bishop Dwenger High School, IN Highland High School, ID Madison Central High School, MS Gwynedd Mercy Academy, PA Scottsdale Preparatory Academy, AZ Oak Grove High School, MS North Platte High School, NE Gig Harbor High School, WA Norman North High School, OK Sprague High School, OR – 104 –


HONORS AND AWARDS

2019 DON CRABTREE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARDS DISTINGUISHED SERVICE KEY Charles Donovan Brian Eanes Benjamin Edwards Evan Elliott Kim Falco Victoria Freeman Martin Glendinning Richard Glover Carol Halbur Mike Harris Diane Harrison Chris Harrow Becca Hier Robey Holland Stevan Jechura Nicole Jennison Nathan Johnston Sohail Jouya Jennifer Kirby Hermanson Nicholas Lee Jennifer LeSieur Traci Lowe Mat Marr Jordan Mayer Doug McConnaha Ashley McCulloch Roger McCullough Leilani McHugh Eric Mears Karen Minick Karen Miyakado Ashley Murphy Ryan Nassif Jennifer Nguyen Reed Niemi Adam Nir

Loyola Blakefield High School, MD Ronald Reagan High School, TX Upper St. Clair High School, PA Noblesville High School, IN Franklin High School, TX Lincoln High School, NE Edmond North High School, OK McClintock High School, AZ Punahou School, HI Wichita East High School, KS West Broward High School, FL Ardrey Kell High School, NC Bellevue West High School, NE Plano West Sr. High School, TX Maumee High School, OH Edison Computech High School, CA Trinity Preparatory School, FL Andover Central High School, KS Helena High School, MT Valley City High School, ND Clackamas High School, OR Suncoast Comm High School, FL Ashland High School, OR Munster High School, IN Corvallis High School, MT Eaglecrest High School, CO Butte High School, MT Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, CA Flower Mound High School, TX Bear Creek High School, CA Radford High School, HI Unionville High School, PA Clear Lake High School, TX Garfield High School, CA Mountain House High School, CA Needham High School, MA – 105 –


2019 DON CRABTREE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARDS DISTINGUISHED SERVICE KEY Shannon O’Donnell Jarod Ockander Lyndsey Oliver Luke Ostrander Erin Pack Rachel Page D’Arcy Patey-Robinson Kathy Patron Walker Perkins Tricia Pletcher Peter Quinn John Rickert Michael Robinson Robyn Rose Shannon Rote Jim Ryan Justin Seiwell Chris Sheldon Linda Shipley Yatesh Singh Aaron Smith Trey Smith Brock Sondrup Shane Stafford Betty Stanton Grant Thomas Kevin Tong Ricardo Velasquez Raphael Waldrop Heather Walters Charity Wang Steven Wang Jason Waugaman Clay Wheeler Carina White Eli Woody Sam Zulia

Flathead High School, MT David City High School, NE Columbus High School, GA Apple Valley High School, MN Green Canyon High School, UT Larry A. Ryle High School, KY Poland Regional High School, ME Perry High School, OH W. B. Ray High School, TX Norton High School, OH Randolph High School, NJ Waterloo High School, IL Waterloo High School, KY Lake Oswego High School, OR Copley High School, OH Norman North High School, OK Clayton High School, MO Bancroft School, MA Bishop Kelley High School, OK Lakeville North High School, MN West Lafayette High School, IN East Mountain High School, NM Rigby High School, ID The Blake School, MN Bixby High School, OK Strive Prep - Smart Academy, CO Alhambra High School, CA Velasquez Academy, CA Hattiesburg High School, MS Greenwood Laboratory School, MO R. W. Johnson High School, GA North Hall High School, GA Kelly Walsh High School, WY Schimelpfenig Middle School, TX Green River High School, WY Cherokee Trail High School, CO Wadsworth City School, OH – 106 –


HONORS AND AWARDS

2019 DON CRABTREE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARDS DISTINGUISHED SERVICE PLAQUE First Honor Perry Beard Cy-Fair High School, TX Tommy Bender Lincoln Southeast High School, NE Jane Boyd Grapevine High School, TX David Dejesa Riverside High School, SC Sarah French-Hahn Greeley Central High School, CO Jeremy Hamilton Canfield High School, OH Meg Howell-Haymaker Mountain View High School, AZ Gayle Hyde Fargo South High School, ND Keith Pittman Asheville High School, NC Dustin Rimmey Topeka High School, KS Wendy Shelman Thunder Ridge HS, ID Donna Szumila THEO Christian, TX Third Honors John McGrory Sharon Volpe

Chaminade High School, NY North Allegheny Sr. High School, PA

Fourth Honors Paul Gaba

Wellington High School, FL

Fifth Honors Martha Benham David McKenzie

Cherry Creek High School, CO Plymouth High School, IN

Eighteenth Honors Pam Cady Wycoff

Apple Valley High School, MN

Twenty First Honors Donald Crabtree

Park Hill High School, MO

“I think service is one of the single most important things we Don Crabtree have to do—more than just coaching your own kids and worrying about your own team. When there are opportunities to present a workshop, or go to a conference, or help another coach who is starting a program, seize those chances. That service is how this organization grows stronger. And you gain so much from that as well.” – 107 –


Wanted: Course Content Authors The NSDA is seeking to commission several individuals or groups to develop the content for online, self-paced, professional development courses. These courses seek to provide adults the basic information needed to begin their journey as coaches or teachers. Course authors will be financially compensated for their time and work. At this time, we’re looking for course authors/writing teams for the following courses: • Intro to Coaching: Dramatic and Humorous Interp • Intro to Coaching: Extemporaneous Speaking • Intro to Coaching: Middle School Speech and Debate • Intro to Coaching: Original Oratory and Informative • Intro to Coaching: Policy Debate • Intro to Coaching: Public Forum Debate • Intro to Coaching: World Schools Debate • Strategies for Inclusive Recruiting and Mentoring • Strategies for Teaching 21st Century Research Skills

We’re also open to your ideas! Do you have a course for teachers that you think would serve our members well? Let us know! Send an email to Lauren McCool at lauren.mccool@speechanddebate.org.

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HONORS AND AWARDS

2019 DISTRICT CHAIR COMMENDATIONS Ralph E. Carey Award for Distinguished Career Service Cynthia Timmons, Lone Star (TX) Ralph E. Carey

Chair of the Year Jason Habig, North Coast (OH)

Best New Chair Iain Lampert, West Los Angeles (CA)

Best Chair Communications Trey Smith, New Mexico

2019 DISTRICT CHAIR AWARDS 2019 Gold Award

2019 Silver Award

John Barne, Ozark (MO) Mellessa Denny, Tall Cotton (TX) Brian Eanes, Central Texas Brandon Garrett, California Coast Mary Gormley, New Jersey Karen Miyakado, Hawaii Keith Pittman, Carolina West (NC) Linda Shipley, East Oklahoma

Joe Rankin, East Iowa Justin Seiwell, Eastern Missouri Trey Smith, New Mexico Cynthia Timmons, Lone Star (TX) Beth Young, Pittsburgh (PA)

2019 Bronze Award Tim Baldwin, Heart of America (MO) Jeremy Fitzpatrick, West Iowa Bill Fleming, Illini (IL) Iain Lampert, West Los Angeles (CA) Renee Motter, Colorado Grande Ashley Rouse, Carver-Truman (MO) Katrese Skinner, Gulf Coast (TX)

2019 Silver Award Paul Gaba, Florida Oceanfront Kelly Clark Garner, Magnolia (MS) Nicole Jennison, Sierra (CA) Jennifer Jerome, Nebraska Zachary Prax, Central Minnesota

Leaders will be recognized Sunday, June 16, at 12:00 p.m. during the District Leadership Luncheon and Awards Ceremony in the Sheraton Dallas Hotel (Houston Ballroom). For a list of previous recipients, visit www.speechanddebate.org/nationals-history. – 109 –


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HONORS AND AWARDS

NEW FIRST DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2019) Jennifer Akers Brian Alford Larry Bailey Erica Baker David Barringer Tyler Beattie Sarah Beauchamp Thomas Beck Grant Bent Christopher Berdnik Kerry Bocko Lily Bolig Brian Box Sherri Bublitz Robert Busch Bilal Butt Conor Cameron Caroline Campbell Andrew Chadwell Shannon Chamberlain Chad Chenowith Pamela Childress Travis Clement Courtney Coffman Timothy Coleman Josh Coots Tom Cork Peter Crevoiserat Angella Curran Brian Darby Bryan Davis Brent DeCracker KM DiColandrea Kelli Donais Cody Dorumsgaard Christi Eanes Kaelyn East Keith Eddins Billy Elles Dyson Ellis Karen Feldhaus

Cabot High School, AR A & M Consolidated High School, TX Judson High School, TX George Ranch High School, TX Oregon City High School, OR Public School 161 Pedro Albizu Campus, NY McArthur High School, FL Pelham Memorial High School, NY Dublin Jerome High School, OH William Tennent High School, PA Sayre Area High School, PA San Dieguito Academy, CA Blue Valley North High School, KS Los Alamos Middle School, NM Holy Cross Catholic Academy, TX Ardrey Kell High School, NC Solorio Academy High School, IL South Medford High School, OR Gig Harbor High School, WA Northridge High School, UT Bishop Dwenger High School, IN Valdosta High School, GA Scottsdale Preparatory Academy, AZ Northland Christian School, TX Harding High School, MN Chesterton High School, IN Brooklyn Latin School, NY Wichita Northwest High School, KS Fort Scott High School, KS Clear Creek High School, TX McDonald County High School, MO Snohomish High School, WA Achievement First Brooklyn High School, NY Eastview High School, MN Maple Grove Senior High School, MN Jose M. Lopez Middle School, TX Gig Harbor High School, WA Oak Hill School, OR Westmoore High School, OK BASIS Ahwatukee, AZ Daviess County High School, KY – 111 –


NEW FIRST DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2019) Evan Feldman Sarah Foster Jesse Garrett Grace Gill Kari Hagman Callie Ham Tracy Hancey Andrew Hanson Nathan Harmon Lorin Harris Mike Harris Tim Haynes Dominic Henderson John Herron Adam Higgins Randal Horobik Christine Hubbard Robert Ickes Nicholas Ingles Roberta James Nathan Johnston Brandon Kamaka Sarah Kieffner Diane King Mike Kyle William Lapham Jonathan Lee Kattie Leito Julie Love Ryan Lovell Tom McCaffrey Kasi McCartney Amy McCormick Ashley McCulloch Marie McDonald Mary McInturff Michelle McIntyre Tara McLellan Michael Miller Theresa Mills Leslie Moeller

Valley International Prep, CA Westview High School, OR James Logan High School, CA Roosevelt High School, SD Grandview High School, CO Cabot High School, AR Layton High School, UT West Plains High School, MO Ozark High School, MO Clearfield High School, UT Wichita East High School, KS Central High School, TX McNeil High School, TX Fontbonne Hall Academy, NY Blue Springs High School, MO Kamehameha Schools, HI Skyline High School, ID Leland High School, CA Prior Lake High School, MN Wheaton Warrenville South High School, IL Trinity Preparatory School, FL Beavercreek High School, OH Father Ryan High School, TN Fresta Valley Christian School, VA Nova 42 Academy, CA Portage Northern High School, MI Gabrielino High School, CA Plano West Sr. High School, TX Paul J. Hagerty High School, FL Tascosa High School, TX Jasper High School, TX Caddo Magnet High School, LA Bellevue High School, WA Eaglecrest High School, CO Modesto High School, CA Desert Oasis High School, NV Washington High School, SD Charlotte Latin School, NC Montville High School, NJ Portage Central High School, MI The Covenant School, VA – 112 –


HONORS AND AWARDS

NEW FIRST DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2019) Melissa Newton Loepp Lyndsey Oliver Carrie Oorlog John Peluso Salena Pereida Florence Petit Seth Phillips Bo Pons Devon Reese John Rickert Victor Rivas Umana Frank Rivera Jeffrey Robbins Kurt Schaefer Molly Schleicher LeAnne Schmidt Aaron Schopper Barb Shofner Jennifer Shumway Angela Smith Nicholas Smith Brittany Stanchik Tony Stauber Beth Steinleitner Matthew Stewart Charlie Stokes Kristen Stout Joanne Stowitts Tim Stroud Josh Symmonds Wanda Teddy Chris Theis Grant Thomas Mick Turpin Shannon Vance Phil Volen Robert Walters Rachel Warnecke Rachel Wear Lynette Welter

Hutchinson High School, KS Columbus High School, GA Brookings High School, SD Valparaiso High School, IN Gregory Portland High School, TX Pompano Beach High School, FL Prosper High School, TX Roosevelt High School, SD McQueen High School, NV Waterloo High School, IL Milpitas High School, CA Chaparral Star Academy, TX Collierville High School, TN Peak To Peak Charter School, CO St. Michael Albertville High School, MN Notre Dame Marist Academy, MI and Notre Dame Preparatory, MI McPherson High School, KS Orono High School, MN Mountain Home High School, ID Resurrection Christian School, CO Apple Valley High School, MN Desert Vista High School, AZ Chanhassen High School, MN Dassel Cokato High School, MN Byron Nelson High School, TX Lakeville North High School, MN Greenwood Laboratory School, MO Cajon High School, CA Alice Deal Middle School, DC Northwest Career And Technical Academy, NV Antioch Community High School, IL Apple Valley High School, MN Strive Prep - Smart Academy, CO Liberty Sr. High School, MO Mountain Vista High School, CO Shawnee Mission Northwest High School, KS Broken Arrow High School, OK Saint Mary’s Hall, TX Claremont High School, CA Walther Lutheran High School, IL – 113 –


NEW FIRST DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2019) Keith West Marie Wetzel Suzanne White Jamie Wills James Zucker Lori Zyla

Boston Latin School, MA Whitmer High School, OH Woodbury High School, MN Cherokee High School, GA Loyola High School, CA Parkersburg High School, WV

NEW SECOND DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2019) Matthew Baer Margo Batha Sean Berry Cara Borgsmiller Christy Briggs Terrick Brown Norman Carr Dan Ceci Scott Coleman Kris Compton Gavin Couvelha Forrest Denbow Keith Denslow Nolan DeWispelare Rick Dorn Steven Ellis Darlene Eslinger Rachael Evenson Cathryn Geyer Jeffrey Gottke Michael Greenstein Sonya Harvey Robyn Haug Emily Higdon Travis Hiltbrunner Carlye Holladay Sharon James Warren Johnson Stephanie King Michael Lamb

Topeka West High School, KS Los Alamos High School, NM Pleasant Hill High School, MO Parkway West High School, MO Reno High School, NV Seven Lakes High School, TX Carthage High School, MO Solon High School, OH Wheaton North High School, IL Centennial High School, TX Valley Center High School, KS South Grand Prairie High School, TX Skiatook High School, OK Pius X High School, NE Worland High School, WY Belton High School, MO Twin Falls High School, ID Lincoln High School, MN Lodi High School, CA Mount Vernon High School, OH Glenbrook North High School, IL Starkville High School, MS Brentwood High School, MO White House High School, TN Wylie Sr. High School, TX Cherry Creek High School, CO Narbonne High School, CA Holy Cross School, LA Rufus King High School, WI Green Valley High School, NV – 114 –


HONORS AND AWARDS

NEW SECOND DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2019) Audra Langston Justin Matkovich Eric Melin Jennifer Moore Kim Nonnenmacher Tara Norick Kathleen O’Brien Dennis Philbert John Rademacher Matthew Reichle Ashley Rouse Brian Sams Kim Samuelson Jeff Schmauch Katherine (Katy) Schwartz-Drowns Justin Seiwell Kelly Thompson Michele VanNieuwenhuyzen Michelle Watkins Adam Webster Doug Welton Christopher Wilbur Jessica Wilkinson Ruth Wood Michael Yeakey

Grand Oaks High School, TX Downers Grove South High School, IL Coppell High School, TX West Orange High School, FL Concord High School, IN Columbia Falls High School, MT Derby High School, KS Newark Central High School, NJ Madison West High School, WI San Marcos High School, TX Webb City High School, MO Staples Motley High School, MN Lincoln East High School, NE Riverside High School, SC Central High School, MO Clayton High School, MO Lawrence Free State High School, KS Turlock High School, CA Claudia Taylor Johnson High School, TX Weber High School, UT Salem Hills High School, UT Hinsdale Central High School, IL Pascagoula High School, MS Carl Junction High School, MO Bethany Christian High School, IN

NEW THIRD DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2019) Stan Banks Kristi Braley Shane Cole Holly Custer Travis Dahle Mellessa Denny Benjamin Edwards James Fountain Paulette Frye David Gardiner Sally Graham

West Orange High School, FL All Saints Episcopal School, TX Oak Grove High School, MS Wooster High School, OH Washington High School, SD Amarillo High School, TX Upper St. Clair High School, PA Perry High School, AZ Pueblo West High School, CO W. B. Ray High School, TX Castle View High School, CO – 115 –


NEW THIRD DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2019) Kristi Hodgkiss Martin Klein Chris Lowery William Mason Briten McCabe Leslie Muhlbach Michael Rutledge Steven Schappaugh Melinda Schulz Steve Sexton Curtis Shephard Rhonda Smith Sally Squibb Stan Standly Carl Sturges Michael Tidd, OSB Tyler Unsell Brett Young

North Lamar High School, TX Liberty High School, TX Chesterton High School, IN IH Kempner High School, TX Edmond Santa Fe High School, OK Gahanna-Lincoln High School, OH Clear Brook High School, TX East High School, IA Boise High School, ID West Bend East High School, WI Maize High School, KS Plano West Sr. High School, TX Lewisville High School, TX Leon High School, TX Parker School, HI Delbarton School, NJ Park Hill High School, MO Bishop McGuinness High School, OK

NEW FOURTH DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2019) Perry Beard Nick Bollas Richard Brown Clifton Davis James Fedje Kathleen Hamm Jennifer Holden Ken King Maryrose Kohan John McGrory Jeff Plinsky Robert Shurtz Robert Speirs Missy Stertzbach Joseph Ugalde Timothy Waxenfelter David Yastremski

Cy-Fair High School, TX GlenOak High School, OH Creighton Preparatory School, NE Hillcrest High School, ID Chanhassen High School, MN Ransom Everglades School, FL Park Hill South High School, MO Shawnee Mission Northwest High School, KS George Washington High School, CO Chaminade High School, NY Lawrence High School, KS Hawken School, OH Spearfish High School, SD Hoover High School, OH Schurr High School, CA Quigley Catholic High School, PA Ridge High School, NJ – 116 –


HONORS AND AWARDS

NEW FIFTH DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2019) Scott Ginger Renita Johnson Gail Nicholas Chris Riffer Sharon Volpe Thomas Williams

Green Valley High School, NV William P. Clements High School, TX Bob Jones Academy, SC Blue Valley High School, KS North Allegheny Sr. High School, PA Howland High School, OH

NEW SIXTH DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2019) Christine Adams Max Brown Gay Hollis Dr. Tommie Lindsey, Jr. David Montera James Wakefield

Independence Truman High School, MO Blue Valley North High School, KS James E. Taylor High School, TX James Logan High School, CA Centennial High School, CO Fort Lauderdale High School, FL

NEW SEVENTH DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2019) Steven Davis Eric DiMichele Lois Gorne Julie Sheinman

Washburn Rural High School, KS Regis High School, NY Federal Way High School, WA Stuyvesant High School, NY

NEW EIGHTH DIAMOND COACHES (In alphabetical order as of May 15, 2019) Jan Heiteen Pamela McComas

Downers Grove South High School, IL Topeka High School, KS

New first and second diamond coaches will be recognized on stage Thursday, June 20, at 5:15 p.m. in the Sheraton Dallas Hotel (Lone Star Ballroom) following the conclusion of the HI final round. New third through eighth diamond coaches will be recognized on stage Thursday, June 20, at 7:00 p.m. in the Sheraton Dallas Hotel (Lone Star Ballroom) during the Donus D. Roberts Diamond Assembly. – 117 –


HALL OF FAME MEMBERS 1978 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 1979 Charline Burton, OK ZaZelle Gifford, OK Ruby Krider, TN Etta Scarborough, FL 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 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 David Johnson, TX Ron Underwood, CA Joseph Wycoff, IN 1993 Ray Cecil Carter, NY Peggy Ann Madden, PA Dale McCall, FL Donald Lee Smith, UT Virginia Sutherland, NC – 118 –

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 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


HONORS AND AWARDS

HALL OF FAME MEMBERS 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

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

2004 Marilee Dukes, AL Pamela K. McComas, KS Ronald Steinhorst, WI Anne M. Sullivan, MT

2011 Joni Anker, MN James Harville, CA Meg Howell-Haymaker, AZ Judy Kroll, SD James Menchinger, MI

2005 Timothy C. Averill, MA Dr. Kenny Barfield, AL Glenda Ferguson, TX Gloria Robinson, TX

2012 David Huston, TX Gail M. Naylor, KS Cynthia Timmons, TX Steven Wood, KS

2006 Gay Brasher, CA Sr. Mary Patricia Plumb, FL Michael Starks, WY Aaron Timmons, TX

2013 Michael Burton, WA Vickie Fellers, KS Robert Littlefield, ND Robert “Bob” Marks, FL David McKenzie, IN

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

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 2018 Anita Boyd, MS Mary Gormley, NJ Mario Herrera, GA Greg Malis, LA Jack Tuckness, MO 2019 Georgia Brady, MO Cynthia Burgett, KS Dr. Mike Edmonds, CO Steve Meadows, KY Timothy Sheaff, IA

2014 Darrel Harbaugh, KS Dr. Tommie Lindsey, Jr., CA Lisa Miller, FL Dr. Randy Patterson, MS Jay Stubbs, TX 2015 Dr. Elizabeth Ballard, OK Jane Boyd, TX Kim Jones, CA Fred Robertson, NE

For photos and bios of Hall of Fame members, visit

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Hall of Fame C O N G R AT U L AT I O N S TO T H E

2019 INDUCTEES

GEORGIA BRADY,

MISSOURI

CYNTHIA BURGETT, DR. MIKE EDMONDS, STEVE MEADOWS,

KANSAS

COLORADO KENTUCKY

TIMOTHY SHEAFF,

I OWA

2019 INDUCTION CEREMONY D O N U S D . R O B E RT S D I A M O N D A S S E M B LY T H U R S D AY, J U N E 2 0 , 2 0 1 9 • 7 : 0 0 P. M . S H E R ATO N DA L L A S H OT E L - LO N E STA R B A L L RO O M 400 North Olive Street, Dallas, Texas 75201

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WE ARE SPEECH & DEBATE.

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

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.

NSDA HELP LINE • CALL OR TEXT (920) 748-6206

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Tea m A r i zo n a - Da l l a s 2 0 1 9 Best District Ad FinALIST

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Team Arizona Is Senate: Haruka Margaret Braun, Uday Tandon, House: Michael Bendok, Thomas Chung, Leila Khan, Sahil Khan, Isaac Kan, Hunter McCormack, Alison Cohen CX: Juhi Khandelwal & Arfeen Shah, Aadi Waghray & Ella Wang DI: Josephine Deignan, Emma Lee, Sahel Moazezi Duo: Alain Kouchica & Ryan Horlick, Bella de Roos & Ethan Lambert, Julian Tesman & Carlos Alvarado-Richter HI: Yash Wadekar, Taylor Gilliam, Regan Ashe Walton IX: Nikolas Kirk, Pierce Florey, Samuel Steiner Info: Hannah Littler, Emma Elsbecker, Neil Patil LD: Aatmik Mallya, Nivea Mahesh Krishnan, Hannah Griffin OO: Amanuel Shiferaw, Haily Dawson, Sarah Jalaghi POI: Sophia Corridan, Lance Watkins, Ayaan Siddiqui PFD: David Parau & Sukesh Ram, Harsha Boyilla & Kyle Rajesh Soni, Daniel Shih & Arjun Singh USX: Eden Gustin, Zach Linhart, Arthi Macherla BQ: William Edward Hays WSD: Aashi Gurijala, Amber LaCrosse, Taylor Ray Mittelstedt, Malachi Mendel, Pranav Tangallpalli, Megan Munoz, Darwin Harriss, Carter Daniel Miller, Zachary Jones, Reeti Patel Schools Represented: BASIS Ahwahtukee, BASIS Peoria, BASIS Phoenix, BASIS Scottsdale Brophy College Preparatory, Chandler Preparatory, Desert Ridge, Desert Vista, Hamilton, Horizon, McClintock, Phoenix Country Day School, Scottsdale Preparatory.

Speak Your Truth.

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Big Valley Big Questions Debate Nicole Engen

C A LI F O R NI A

Lincoln-Douglas Debate Millennium Charter

Nicholas Panyanouvong

James Enochs

Rachel Thompson

Modesto

Policy Debate Dhruva Kolikneni & Matthew Dean

Mountain House

Dramatic Interpretation Nicole Garcia

James Enochs

Duo Interpretation Benjamin Sollitt & Alexer Asuncion

Original Oratory Lydia Stiles

James Enochs

Grace Bhatia

Millennium Charter

Public Forum Debate James Enochs

Hoffart & Muldrow

Buhach Colony

Humorous Interpretation

Christopher SIlva & Bella Lalanne

Buhach Colony

Adya Mishra

Program Oral Interpretation

Mountain House

Congressional Debate - House

Noah Kopecki

James Enochs

Jaydyn Duenas

Buhach Colony

Tanaya Kollipara

Mountain House

Brennan Giva

James Enochs

U.S. Extemporaneous Speaking

Ferial Dagher

Modesto

Bergen Foshay

Aashril Shazar

Mountain House

World Schools Debate

Congressional Debate - Senate Kaung Zaw

James Enochs

Logan Currin

James Enochs

Informative Speaking Ainslie Coughran

Turlock

Julian Aguilar, Bella Lalanne, Christopher SIlva,Brandon Harden, & Lydia Stiles

Big Valley Gold

Ethan Stroh, Angelica Guzman, Darshan Vijaykumar, Ashneet Sharma, & Vishnu Vennelakanti

Big Valley White

Int’l Extemporaneous Speaking Ibrahim Dagher

James Enochs

Modesto

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CALIFORNIA

West Los Angeles


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Granada Hills Charter

Sahar Dabirian Alex Chon

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - SENATE

Campbell Hall

North Hollywood

Liana Schmitter-Emerson

David Arutyunian

Atharva Sontakke

Crescenta Valley

El Camino Real Charter

North Hollywood

Valley Intl. Prep

Jad Soucar

Ved Kulkarni

Dohyun Kim

Ethan Siegel

West Ranch

West Ranch

Granada Hills Charter

North Hollywood

Patrick Kim Jackson Paluck

DRAMATIC INTERPRETATION

Flintridge Sacred Heart

Valley Intl. Prep

Valley Intl. Prep

Catherine Bauer

Callie LaVanway

Sanovia Muhammad

Katie Raphaelson

Fullerton Joint Union

Valley Intl. Prep

Valley Intl. Prep

Sydney Basham & Lauren Wright

Sarah Bonver & Ben Conway

Wallis Sherman & Isabella Jahrmarkt

Granada Hills Charter Valley Intl. Prep Valley Intl. Prep

Sarah Shapiro Courtney Spungin Dev Wernik

Brentwood

Brentwood

Emma Blum

DUO INTERPRETATION

ORIGINAL ORATORY

Brentwood

Daniella Wilson

LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE

Valley Intl. Prep

Granada Hills Charter

Megha Jain

INTERNATIONAL EXTEMP

Rushikesh Pande

Diego Borgsdorf

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - HOUSE

INFORMATIVE SPEAKING

Harvard-Westlake

Calabasas

Avery Grove

Emily Cocea

Valley Intl. Prep

HUMOROUS INTERPRETATION

BIG QUESTIONS DEBATE Fullerton Joint Union Palos Verdes Peninsula

Ryan Koh & Daniel Gray Kristen Lu & Julian Anderson

Fullerton Joint Union Valley Intl. Prep

David Kwon Aidan Cullen

Valley Intl. Prep Valley Intl. Prep

Miles Morton Sienna Horvath

Joshua Miller, Evelyn Arceo, Matthew Kim, Wilber Zaldivar, & Storey Wertheimer

Jacob Tamkin, Mark McAllister, Rachel Bean, Susanna Andriasian, & Kevin Karami

West Los Angeles White

West Los Angeles Blue

WORLD SCHOOLS DEBATE

Granada Hills Charter

Cassidy Dalva

U.S. EXTEMP

Fullerton Joint Union

Cordelia Tran

PROGRAM ORAL INTERPRETATION

Valley Intl. Prep

Valley Intl. Prep

Gabe Grodan & Daniel Timor Jackson Loze & Alec Boulton

Loyola

Max Hendrix & Nicholas Balfe

PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE

Arroyo Grande

Max Vink & Steven Dykstra

POLICY DEBATE


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“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” — Margaret Mead

#sparkleaders Congratulations and best of luck, Colorado Grande! Congressional Debate House Tiia Shea, Discovery Canyon Shalaka Natu, Discovery Canyon Zoe Manz-Jackson, Palmer Hope Shea, Discovery Canyon

World Schools Debate Arjun Kudinoor, Discovery Canyon Cameron Ruff, Discovery Canyon Elizabeth Laffely, Palmer Nidhi Unnikrishnan, Air Academy Annie Ackerman, Lewis Palmer Casey Ringer, Widefield Taeya Andrews, Widefield Jake Colbert, Air Academy

Congressional Debate Senate Joli Dou, Centennial Callie Blaseg, Discovery Canyon Public Forum Brendan Uebelhoer and Sam Brooks, Air Academy Caelen Burand and Andrew Li, Centennial

Duo Interp Scott Reif and Emily DeSutter, Lewis Palmer Lillian Hyatt and Rally Thiessen, Lewis Palmer

Big Questions Isaac Heidekrueger, Woodland Park

Dramatic Interp Marinda Hughes, Vanguard Caroline Bushnell, Palmer Ridge Kaitlyn Strugalski, Lewis Palmer

LD Debate Sydney McKenzie, Air Academy Amy Cinnamon, Lewis Palmer Lauren Geiser, Palmer

Humorous Interp Jack Snouwaert, Lewis Palmer Kathryn Bullecks, Lewis Palmer

U.S. Extemp Josh Gedack, Air Academy Gavin Graham, Pueblo West

Program Oral Interp Lilly West, Vanguard Julia Fenn, Air Academy

International Extemp Alexander Fix, Palmer Weston Niedens, Canon City

Informative Speaking Cennon Caramanzana, Pueblo West Cheyenne Brown, Woodland Park

Original Oratory Lauren Hart, Discovery Canyon Jaydon Jones, Woodland Park

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E holomua kakou N Moving forward together

Hawai’i District National Qualifiers National Speech & Debate Tournament in Dallas, Texas: June 16-21, 2019 Program Oral Interp.

Original Oratory

International Extemp.

Nainoa Arincorayan Kamehameha Schools

Aileen Chang McKinley High School

Matthew Sohn 'Iolani School

Pumehana Holmes McKinley High School

Ka'ai I Kamehameha Schools

Zoe Vann Parker School

Humorous Interpretation

Informative Speaking

Public Forum Debate

Jordan Shiu 'Iolani School

Aiyana Bartolome 'Aiea High School

Maria Stevenson & Samuel Rivers 'Iolani School

Savannah Peskin Kahuku High School

Taylor Takahashi Kamehameha Schools

Madeline Heyler & Emily Tom 'Iolani School

Dramatic Interpretation

United States Extemp.

Policy Debate

Jessica Li Chang 'Aiea High School

Evan Gates Kamehameha Schools

Katie Carey & Emily Fetsch Parker School

Mahina Amoy Kamehameha Schools

Coe Trevorrow University Laboratory School

Emma Laliberte & Malia Dills Parker School

Duo Interpretation

House of Representatives

Erica Yost & Stacee Firestone Parker School

Nainoa Visperas Kamehameha Schools

Anela Lee & Kaleonahenahe Green Kamehameha Schools

Jasci-Ann Fikany 'Aiea High School Lincoln-Douglas Debate Daniel Arakawa Kamehameha Schools

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GREATER ILLINOIS DISTRICT

DRAMATIC INTERPRETATION

LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE

Braydon Allen

Granite City

Alyssa Mueller

Glenwood

Julia McCammon

Pekin Comm

Emily King

Glenwood

DUO INTERPRETATION

ORIGINAL ORATORY

Johanna Holm & Emily Bechtold

Belleville West

Savannah Tiemann

Belleville West

Madison Rudloff & Kaitlyn Heaton

Pekin Comm

Yvin Shin

University HS (IL)

HUMOROUS INTERPRETATION

PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE

Jaylon Muchison

Belleville West

Summer Long & Brandon Burkhart

Granite City

Athena Try

Glenwood

Tyler Livingston & Shaurya Taxali

University HS (IL)

Peter Dimitrov

Granite City

Anna Broadbooks

Glenwood

Elisabeth Sandoval

Pekin Comm

Riley Gillibrand

University HS (IL)

Brode Wall

University HS (IL)

U.S. EXTEMP

John Munn IV

University HS (IL)

Maxwell Juhas

Belleville West

Joseph Dubravec

University HS (IL)

Noah Fons

Glenwood

Lily Mura

Richwoods

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - HOUSE

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - SENATE

INFORMATIVE SPEAKING

Izzie Jacobsen

University HS (IL)

WORLD SCHOOLS DEBATE

Reagan Nichols

Waterloo

Isadora Karathanos, Annabelle Brown, Jordyn Kretchmer, Jayden Touchette, & Kaylee McKinzie

Greater Illinois Gold

Lillian Wilkin, Isabel Cutting, Lucas Carter, Christopher Altman, & Olivia Stabler

Greater Illinois Red

INTERNATIONAL EXTEMP

Luke Edwards

Bloomington

James Han

University HS (IL)

Nick King

University HS (IL)

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Congratulations to the 2019 qualifiers from the

Illini District PUBLIC FORUM

Ajay Jejurikar/Amaan Razi (Hinsdale Central) Nicolas Oskandy/Julian Cohen (Brish Intl) Meghan Hendrix/Alexander Zhong (IMSA)

INTERNATIONAL EXTEMP

Emily Leatherwood (Downers Grove South) Ava Severts (Hinsdale Central) Jackson Hughes (Hinsdale Central)

HUMOROUS INTERP

DRAMATIC INTERP

Peter Burrows (Downers Grove South) Tobias Davis (Southland College Prep) Maeve Doody (Oak Park-River Forest)

Kira Matheson (Downers Grove South) Kaej Spears (Downers Grove South) Tim Moser (Hinsdale Central)

LINCOLN-DOUGLAS

INFORMATIVE

Alexandra Sobczynski (IMSA) Emily Sallenback (IMSA) Nikhilesh Gupta (IMSA)

Janella Guzman (Downers Grove South) Alaina Vergara (Downers Grove South) Elaine Yan (Hinsdale Central)

ORATORY

PROGRAM ORAL INTERP

Lorenzo Jennings (Hinsdale Central) Michelle Kee (Naperville Central) Zoe Boyd (Downers Grove South)

Halle Cloey (Eisenhower) Micky Horstman (Hinsdale Central) Jalen Causey (Southland College Prep)

U.S. EXTEMP

DUO INTERPRETATION

Angela Han (Hinsdale Central) David Arlt (Downers Grove South) Idrees Mohammed (CPSA)

Christopher Rapp/Arman Reed (Southland College Prep)

Jada Johnson/Kezia Boohene (Thornwood)

Kate Riley/Kevin Tate

CONGRESS—HOUSE

(Downers Grove South)

Sophia Pribus (IMSA) Patrick Kilcullen (IMSA)

2019 Illini District Student of the Year Janella Guzman—Downers Grove South

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Northeast Indiana Congratulates our National Qualifiers Drama

Humor Katy Smith, Plymouth Austin Kizer, Plymouth

Bridget Schafer, Plymouth Zoey Rupp, Concord

Original Oratory

Informative

Harrison Snyder, Snider Josie Edwards, Plymouth

Elizabeth Mendez, Plymouth Edgar Garcia, Plymouth

P.O.I.

International Extemp

Caitlyn Cass, Concord Genevieve Carreno, Concord

Trent McKenzie, Plymouth Grace Bechdol, Canterbury

Duo Interp

U.S. Extemp

Rylee Tostevin/Madison Smith, Plymouth Andrew Haines/Levi Crawford, Plymouth

House

Noah Johnson, Carroll Alistair Tollar, Bethany Christian

Senate Liam Row, Bishop Dwenger Aaron Yeakey, Bethany Christian

Jack Garner, Plymouth Brenna Large, Plymouth Emma Kruyer, Plymouth Nile Adhami, Canterbury

Lincoln-Douglas Lillian Hochstetler, Concord Reesha Bhagat, Bethany Christian

Public Forum Blake Williams/Roland Kinsman, Concord

World Schools Teams Philip Krabill, Bethany Christian Christian Yoder, Bethany Christian Rachel Leininger, Bethany Christian Alex Cartwright, Bethany Christian

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Big Questions Debate Maddie Jacques

Topeka Policy Debate

International Extemp Jacob Gernon

Topeka

Mohit Garg

Washburn Rural

Lincoln-Douglas Debate

Jake Berry & Jimin Park

Washburn Rural

Petre Dimitriu & Harun Khan

Washburn Rural

Andrew Rea

Topeka

Raina Peter & Grace Kessler

Washburn Rural

Jenna Gorton

Topeka West

Austin Rea & Emma Schroeder

Washburn Rural

Dramatic Interpretation Isabelle Crater

Washburn Rural

Rachel Meyer

Washburn Rural

Duo Interpretation Cade Dennis & James Nioce

Hayden

Ann Stegman & Emma Teply

Hayden

Humorous Interpretation Ryan Ward

Manhattan

Bradley Mathewson

Washburn Rural

Congressional Debate - House

Original Oratory McKenna Moten

Shawnee Heights

Cole VandeVelde

Washburn Rural

Public Forum Debate Sonya Doubledee & Donna Jalosjos

Washburn Rural

Aditi Malay & Tanisha Maru

Washburn Rural

Program Oral Interpretation Tierra Jones

Topeka

Eric Patterson

Topeka Seaman

Congressional Debate - Senate Trinity Brockman

Manhattan

Wesley Roush

Topeka

Trevor Provost

Junction City

Sam Delong

Manhattan

Tanya Singh

Manhattan

Stuart Luckman

Shawnee Heights

Irene Caracioni

Topeka

Jiyoon Park

Washburn Rural

Connor Bryant

Topeka Seaman

Caroline Little

Washburn Rural

Informative Speaking Marcel Pryor

Hayden

Jaden Parker

Washburn Rural

Kansas

U.S. Extemp

World Schools Debate Kayla Brannick, Teagan Kress, Cade Blenden, Ethan Dozier, & Bo Miller

Kansas Flint-Hills Blue

Bella Eisenbarth, Alexa Scheer, Ahmni Pang-Johnson, Elias Coborn, & Will Bannister

Kansas Flint-Hills Yellow

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United States Extemp Leyton Marler Pittsburg Jared Spiers Pittsburg Informative Hannah Eckstein Frontenac Caleb Secrest Pleasanton Program Oral Interpretation Joy Lee Pittsburg Heaven Hardesty Pittsburg Humorous Interpretation Shelton Lauderbaugh Mulvane Mikayla Kitchen Pittsburg World Schools Debate Vincent Norman Pittsburg Jorden Willard Fort Scott Ashton Nave Fort Scott Dalton Womeldorff Fort Scott Alyssa Gharmalkar Parsons Brooklyn Hellwig Pittsburg

Public Forum Debate Nathan Newby/Jacob Mathew Pittsburg Shekhar Gugnani/Neil Gugnani Fort Scott Congressional Senate Madison Toth Fort Scott Megan Spiers St. Mary’s Colgan

Bringing Our Best to Texas!

Policy Debate Jordan Akins/Scout Peery Pittsburg Kyra Christmas/ Anna Meier Cherryvale Congressional House Rebekah Sweyko Fort Scott Audrey Goode Pittsburg Jonie Antonio Fort Scott Ximena Ibarra Pittsburg Lincoln-Douglas Debate Mark Adams Fort Scott Jay Brown Chanute International Extemp Austin Edwards Pittsburg Antonio Ortiz Pittsburg Original Oratory Elizabeth Ngatia Fort Scott Emma Noonoo Pittsburg Dramatic Interpretation Madi Mitchell Mulvane Brooklyn Lyons Fort Scott Duo Interpretation Zoe Self/Hunter Adamson Fort Scott Alyjah Travis/Tyler Bayliff Mulvane

Domination South Kansas Style


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Best District Ad FinALIST


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Baton Rouge Magnet………426 miles Caddo Magnet………………..188 miles Comeaux………………………..397 miles David Thibodaux…………….391 miles Holy Cross……..……….……..505 miles Isidore Newman…………...507 miles

Ruston………………………252 Southside…..……….…….402 St. Martin’s………………499 St. Thomas More……..398 Teurlings………….……….391

Louisiana District Drives the Distance to Dallas miles miles miles miles miles


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Best District Ad FinALIST


Magnolia District

Big Questions Debate

Juliet Buckholdt

Ridgeland

Policy Debate Vinson Lu & Steve Jiang

St. Andrew’s Episcopal

Faraaz Yousuf & Anna Jaubert

St. Andrew’s Episcopal

Dramatic Interpretation

Lincoln-Douglas Debate Sara Cavicchi

Madison Central

Neeley Robertson

Laurel Christian

Siena Cizdziel

Oxford

Victoria Byrd

Pascagoula

Ishan Bhatt

St. Andrew’s Episcopal

Duo Interpretation

Original Oratory

Adonai Hill & Amber Hill

Hattiesburg

Christopher Wade

St. Andrew’s Episcopal

Jackson Kennedy & Briah Hargrove

Oak Grove

Kaleb Cassidy

St. Andrew’s Episcopal

Public Forum Debate

Humorous Interpretation Claire Douglas

Laurel Christian

Michael Lu & Lizzie Tomlin

Starkville

Eric Narbo

Madison Central

Aaron Wan & Mia Robertson

Starkville

Program Oral Interpretation

Congressional Debate - House Conner McMillin

Madison Central

Alex Vera

Oak Grove Petal

Amy Zhang

St. Andrew’s Episcopal

Bain McHale

St. Andrew’s Episcopal St. Andrew’s Episcopal

Informative Speaking Jessica Styres Jed Guin

Madison Central Oak Grove

International Extemp Jackson Day

Madison Central

Jude Sims

Oak Grove

Madison Central

Sameer Khan

St. Andrew’s Episcopal

Congressional Debate - Senate

John Amacker

Kenneth Khalil Jackson

Natalie Gault

Gian-Luigi Zaninelli

Oak Grove

Glen Till, III

St. Andrew’s Episcopal U.S. Extemp

Kelsey Mayhan

Madison Central

Hans Elasri

Oak Grove

World Schools Debate Maisie Brown, Evan Morrisey, Jackson Garner, Breanna Masterson, & Sarah Shurden

Magnolia Green

Lauren Hand, Omar Villarreal, William Harkless, Austin Brown, & Noah Williamson

Magnolia White

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Ozark District Missouri

BIG QUESTIONS DEBATE Glendale Caleb Thayer POLICY DEBATE Central HS Springfield Alexander Benton & Michael Lee Glendale Halle Jungmann & Meghan Roseman Glendale Lennon Rauhoff & Blaise Ebisch DRA MATIC INTERPRETATION Central HS Springfield Sai Prahasa Vuda Gloria Deo lily Slater Willard Taylor Blake DUO INTERPRETATION Marshfield Hudson Aikins & Tyler Rockwood Marshfield Elijah Wolfard & Tatum Manary Willard Tyler Simpson & Ethan Gambriel HUMOROUS INTERPRETATION Gloria Deo Grace Richter Ozark Josie Lasley Willard Terah Kidwell CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - HOUSE Bolivar Ryan Cohen Camdenton Jacob Curley Central HS Springfield Asa Scott Glendale Channing Bullock Greenwood Laboratory Oliver Grace Parkview Josephine Macchi Willard Raelyn Schapeler INFORMATIVE SPEAKING Camdenton Hannah Rogers Parkview Finley Bell Willard Maile Barry

INTERNATIONAL EXTEMP Greenwood Laboratory Jessica Parrish Kickapoo Anna Weiner Willard Denzel Ransom LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE Central HS Springfield Isabel Eiserman Central HS Springfield Trinity Reece Kickapoo Gracie Maggard ORIGINAL ORATORY Glendale Alexis Morrison Kickapoo Grace Laflen Parkview Andre Swai PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE Central HS Springfield Malia Morgan & Bryan Liu Glendale Paige Harris & Walker Montgomery Kickapoo Kathryn Deck & Ethan Taylor PROGRA M ORAL INTERPRETATION Central HS Springfield Mary Hughes Kickapoo Zoe Sweaney Parkview Emory Williams CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - SENATE Glendale Kayla Thayer Glendale Shawn Morgan U.S. EXTEMP Central HS Springfield John Georgiades Lebanon Mya Garner Willard Sierra Akiona WORLD SCHOOLS DEBATE Jayce Burney, William Riley, Caleb Ruggeri, Ozark Gold John Garagnani, & Brandon Ford Stormy Baker, Spencer Ingram, Avery Bolton, Ozark Silver Ethan Mannecke, & Reagan Wiles

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THE ✮ ✮ ✮ N G L A N D D I ST R I C E W N E Acton-Boxborough RHS T Bancroft School Boston Latin School The Bromfield School Catholic Memorial HS Hopkinton HS Lincoln-Sudbury RHS Milton Academy Natick HS Needham HS New Mission/BCLA/ACC Newton South HS Phillips Academy - Andover Sacred Heart HS Shrewsbury HS Ursuline Academy

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North Dakota

Roughrider

Layla Anderson Anika Arifin Claire Bailly Eden Bartz Robert Bartz Will Bartz Preeti Chemiti Brooke Christensen

Jacob Christianson Clara Conner Oliver Dalmi Dyuti Dawn Martha Denton Alaina Droog Erica Flores

Oil be in

Dallas, will you?

Best District Ad FinALIST

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Juliet Geffre Rose Grimestad Trissa Gross Ishika Gupta Devyn Halvorson Lillian Kiefert Madi Klabo Mitchell Krings Gabrielle McGarvey Galilee Mengesha Hillary Moberg Jeremiah Moore Maggie Oberlander Dhruvika Patel Cheyden Paulson Nikki Peterson Collin Polasky Kenzie Prochnow Ryan Prusak Eric Romero Juliet Sampson Aryaman Sharma Olivia Slyter Kyler Smith Josh Ward Forrest Weintraub Alexa Zinke


Eastern Ohio’s Stars Shine On in the Lone Star State POLICY DEBATE Lukas Livengood & Anikait Gadi - Jackson John Schmidt & Sophia VanSickle - Wooster

INFORMATIVE Lexi Nolletti - Wooster Simon Bailey - Perry Bryn Savidge - Wooster

LINCOLN-DOUGLAS Shreyaa Nagajothi - Jackson Hannah Kim - Medina Nickolas Forchione - Perry

PROGRAM ORAL INTERP Emma Crone - Highland Tehilah Caviness - McKinley Kennedy Shelton - Highland

PUBLIC FORUM Kail Boughman & Jacob Hervey - Perry Shaan Parikh & Haranath Medapuram Jackson Kaylee Speaker & Claire Foltz - GlenOak

HUMOR Taylor Headrick - Highland Drake Alexander Spina - Tusky Valley Max Schroeter - Hoover Vincent Throckmorton - Perry

BIG QUESTIONS DEBATE Quade Mainzer - Highland

DRAMA Sarah Dubinsky - McKinley Collin O’Connor - GlenOak Graceyn Dowd - St. Thomas Aquinas DUO INTERPRETATION Abigayle King & Andrew Tyler - Perry Maya Polen & Reid Kennedy - Perry Angie Globokar & Gia Globokar - Jackson UNITED STATES EXTEMP Arjun Shanmugam - Jackson Evan Buck - Highland Leah Moore - Perry

SENATE Emma Pappas - Highland Drake Du - Revere HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Chad Brechbuhler - GlenOak Sadie Owens - Canton South Claire Jimerson - Revere Paige Gibeault - Medina Estlin Hiller - McKinley Nicholas McFadden - Highland Robert Hohman - Perry WORLD SCHOOLS DEBATE Robert Duncan - Louisville Gabby Hawk - Stow Munroe Falls Madalyn McLaughlin - Stow Munroe Falls Juliana Kupetz - Stow Munroe Falls Allie Vale - Stow Munroe Falls Alex Virostek - Stow Munroe Falls Adam Hamdan - Jackson Anna Bowling - Wadsworth Erin Lynn - Wadsworth Ronnie Perdue - Canton Central Catholic

ORIGINAL ORATORY Alexys Nukes - Perry Joe Jocas - Hoover Taylor Anthony - Perry INTERNATIONAL EXTEMP James Condo - Perry Alex Massa - Hoover

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North Oregon

Speech and Debate Qualifiers

2019

Good luck at Nationals to: Gresham-Barlow, Westview, McMinnville, Glencoe, Lake Oswego, Lincoln, Sprague, Silverton, Wilson, Clackamas, and Oregon Episcopal High School. We are all so extremely proud of the hard work these students have brought into competition and wish them the best of luck in their achievements during Nationals.

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HOUSE: Pietro Porco Nickolas Bartel Christian McClaine Alexander Kuntz

Deer Lakes North Hills Bethel Park Quigley

SENATE: Caleb Buzard Zain Masri

McDowell McDowell

BIG QUESTIONS: Aashka Gupta

McDowell

LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE: Shudipto Wahed Claire Chen

North Allegheny Upper St. Clair

POLICY DEBATE: Joy Fu & Akshana Dassanaik Sebastian Zhao & Matthew Su

North Allegheny McDowell

PUBLIC FORUM: Siddharth Mittal & Arjun Narayan Sanjit Beriwal & Harshal Dahake

North Allegheny North Allegheny

DRAMATIC INTERP: Hashim Durrani Savannah Bungar

Upper St. Clair Mercer

DUO INTERP: Gabriella Karanikos & Thomas O'Toole North Catholic Allie Laughlin & Maddie Laughlin Mercer

HUMOROUS INTERP: Maddie Nolen Maxwell Minard

Upper St. Clair Shady Side

INFORMATIVE: Victoria Ren Akshay Amesur

North Allegheny Shady Side

INTERNATIONAL EXTEMP: Rushikesh Kulkarni Kira Smith

Upper St. Clair McDowell

ORIGINAL ORATORY: Katherine Gao Jenny Zhu

North Allegheny North Allegheny

PROGRAM ORAL INTERP: Charlize Goff Loren White

Upper St. Clair Upper St. Clair

U.S. EXTEMP: Ashna Patel Owen Jin

North Allegheny North Allegheny

WORLD SCHOOLS DEBATE: Elijah Duckworth Rachael Harris Alexandra Pultorak Grace Kang Chris Chengshi

North Allegheny North Allegheny North Allegheny Hampton Hampton

Shane Karnes Kirtan Patel Yash Jajoo Vikranth Mallikarjun Caleb Shook

McDowell McDowell Upper St. Clair Moon Bethel Park

TEAM PITTSBURGH!

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Greenville Senior

Hillcrest

Deepthi Prabhakar Derek Rollins

Waccamaw

Riverside

Hillcrest H UM OROUS I NT ER PR ETATI ON

Dyani Baker James Bray

Waccamaw D RA M AT IC I NT ER PR ETATI O N

Asaru Buffalo Riley Sollars

Riverside CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - SENATE

Riverside

Greenville Senior

Greenville Technical Charter

Riverside

Bob Jones

Laurel Holley Priyanka Shah

Riverside

Riverside

Riverside I N TER NATI ON A L E X TEMP

Raghed Abdel-Tawab

Mark Harris

U .S . E X TE MP

Colleen Phan Ian Chiu

I N FO R MATI VE SP E A KI NG

Riverside

Riverside

Riverside

Riverside

Riverside

Shalyn Drakeford Megan Stackhouse

Waccamaw

Riverside

P ROG R AM OR AL I NTE R P R E TATI ON

Rohan Bafna & Arjun Gramopadhye Janine D’Souza & Matt Yoon

Riverside P UBLI C FOR UM DE BATE

Ivana Ramirez Stephan Voelk

OR I G I NAL OR ATORY

Cameron Tsai Madaline Allen

Riverside

LI NCOLN- DOUG L AS DE BATE

William Lovin & Israel Paramo Phillip Martin & Emma Dell Fletcher Riverside

DU O I N TER P R ETAT I ON

Brick Garner Isabella Sheridan Jay Bhatia Joa Sanchez

Greenville Senior

CON GR ESS I ONA L DE BAT E - HO U SE

Timothy Brodsky Julia Hancock Lauren Hancock William Goff Calvin Blessing Talia Samard Kritika Sethi Grace Holland Sarah Tra Hampton Bryant

Greenville Technical Charter

Riverside

Riverside

Riverside

Riverside

Greenville Senior

Bob Jones

Bob Jones

Bob Jones

Bob Jones

WOR LD SCHOOLS DEBATE

South Carolina


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Tennessee D I S T RI C T

BIG QUESTIONS DEBATE

LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE

David Needs

Christopher Best

Morristown West

DRAMATIC INTERPRETATION

Reid Thomason

Seymour

Sloan Rogers

Brentwood

ORIGINAL ORATORY

Karcyn Kowalski

Morristown West

Natalie Watson

Battle Ground

Pedro Reyes

Morristown West

Sarah Rubinstein

Collierville

Morristown West

DUO INTERPRETATION

PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE

Christopher Cox & Dalton Miksa

Morristown West

Rebekah Langford & Danielle Williams

White House

Saahit Adabala & Camilia Mohamed

Brentwood

Matthew Goodbred & Joe Owens

Ravenwood

HUMOROUS INTERPRETATION

PROGRAM ORAL INTERPRETATION

Cara Johnson

Henry County

Brooke Hornberger

Jefferson County

Sam Anctil

Ravenwood

Taegan Collins

Morristown West

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - HOUSE

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - SENATE

Paige LaRock

Battle Ground

Sarah Memon

Brentwood

Avinash Patri

Brentwood

Ashley Song

Rossview

Neha Moolchandani

Brentwood

U.S. EXTEMP

Rohan Gupta

Brentwood

Katelyn Helberg

Battle Ground

INFORMATIVE SPEAKING

Mary Courtney Finn

Battle Ground

Mary Grace Gower

Brentwood

WORLD SCHOOLS DEBATE

Ansley Rosen

Ravenwood

INTERNATIONAL EXTEMP Nathan LaRock

Battle Ground

James Hicks

Morristown West

Jalen Everett, Haleigh Henry, Angel Lombardo, Jacob Seals, & Ethan Smallwood

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Tennessee Red


FOREVER TEXAS, FOREVER LONE STAR THE STARS AT NIGHT SHINE BIG AND BRIGHT DEEP IN THE HEART OF SPEECH AND DEBATE.

Good luck to our 2019 NSDA Lone Star National Qualifiers

Policy Debate Kelly Meng and Sheena Kwon - Greenhill Ananya Chintalapudi and Anvitha Reddy - Coppell 9th Public Forum Debate Edison Huang and Jacob Mammen - Plano West Jay McClure and Aidan Wevodau - Grapevine

World Schools Debate Justin Barnes - Northwest * Rishik Bethi - Southlake Carroll * Tanisha Chaudhuri - Coppell 9th * Saaketh Chennaiahgari - Southlake Carroll * Dylan Chettri - Byron Nelson * Randon Grimm - Northwest * Caroline Greenstone Greenhill * Jothi Gupta - Greenhill * Cameron Kettles - Greenhill * Katherine Brigham - Grapevine * Ashley Shan - Greenhill * Aimee Stachowiakl Greenhill * Nicole Stachowiak - Greenhill * Christine Wu - Greenhill

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Congressional Debate - House Benjamin Ai - Plano Senior Anika Bokil - McMillen Sean Patel - Plano Senior Aishni Shrivastava - Plano Senior Congressional Debate - Senate Shiva Kandala - Plano West Katy Lin - Southlake Carroll

Informative Speaking Emily Ren - Plano West Annie Lu - Plano Senior Original Oratory Kaleo Lee - Plano Senior Lekha Nettem - Plano West Dramatic Interpretation Armando Garza - South Grand Prairie Devin Tankersley - Northwest

Big Questions Daniel Liang - Plano West Lincoln-Douglas Debate Anais Zhang - Greenhill Mihir Rai - Greenhill

Humorous Interpretation Timmy Huynh - South Grand Prairie Joyce He - Plano Senior

International Extemp Vivan Zhao - Plano Senior Avaneesh Rade - Plano West

Program Oral Interpretation Lauren Harrison - South Grand Prairie Reginald Dunlap - South Grand Prairie

US Extemp Anthony Jiang - Plano West Srikar Mamillapalli - Plano West

Duo Interpretation Alexander Wilson and Elijah Wilson - South Grand Prairie KJ Marino and Kaylee Frazier - Grapevine

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Heart f Texas District

BIG QUESTIONS DEBATE

Grace Chen

LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE

Westwood

POLICY DEBATE

Blake Ochoa

Lake Travis

Arnav Hiray

Stony Point

Trey Gutierrez & Dylan Scott

Hendrickson

ORIGINAL ORATORY

Monica Jones & Sruthi Ilangovan

Lyndon Baines Johnson

Ammaar Siddiqui

Chaparral Star

Sydney Stogel

Hendrickson

DRAMATIC INTERPRETATION

PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE

Luke Evans

James Bowie L C Anderson

Cody Builta & John David Erard

L C Anderson

Elizabeth Barton

Jason Luo & Ali Slimi

Westlake

DUO INTERPRETATION

Michael Olson & Quinn Gustin

Chaparral Star

PROGRAM ORAL INTERPRETATION

Connor Snow & Jaden Davis

James Bowie

Sara Herbowy

Chaparral Star

HUMOROUS INTERPRETATION

Maddie Szoo

Westlake

Julia Craciun

Chaparral Star

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - SENATE

Kaedon Solana

James Bowie

Campbell Melton

Dripping Springs

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - HOUSE

Amy Shreeve

James Bowie

Ashlyn Dahl

James Bowie

U.S. EXTEMP

Brianna Rodriguez

James Bowie

Mackenzie Matheson

Lake Travis

Noah Roberts

L C Anderson

Anurima Mummaneni

Westwood

Joseph Garza

Pflugerville

WORLD SCHOOLS DEBATE

INFORMATIVE SPEAKING

Blake Leschber

Chaparral Star

Kimber Hageman

Chaparral Star

INTERNATIONAL EXTEMP

Rene Otero

Hendrickson

Julia Belov

Lake Travis

Emily Gao

Westwood

Sanjitha Yedavalli, Eliana Galan, Alejandro Zuniga, Claire Martinez, & Isabelle Cano

Heart Of Texas Blue

Conner Williams, Katie Golson, Nick Van Lente, Jessica Wang, & Laya Yalamanchili

Heart Of Texas Red

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Congratulations to our National Qualifiers from Tall Cotton District!

Public Forum Elissa Burnett & Douglas Bowmer George Wallace & Paysen Epley

POI Eiley Kent Tearanee Lockhart

CX Debate Bailey King & Alesandra Ciana Gutierrez Jordan Barton & Journey Sais

Foreign Extemp Isaac Doty Brayden Scheller

LD Debate Dylan Council Victoria Fisher

Domestic Extemp Isaac Lock Junior Contreras

House Bonnie Fischer Makayne Favor Malachi Smith Wyatt Hase

Oratory Gloria Koo Danielle Bryden Informative Colt Wempe Debbie Bajomo

Senate Grace Shelton Natasha Sarem Duo Interp Andrea Meador-Safont & Everett Bailey Kelsi Smith & Alex Lopez Humorous Sadie Waldrop Samuel Knox

Dramatic Alex Fernandez Emily Kuykendall

Big Questions Debate Addison Hook World Schools Debate Grant Denny Ember Hines Meaghan Miertschin Sam Miertschin Gavin Waldrop

Joseph Benitez Arissa Moore Caleb Powell Davis Smith Hanah Womack

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– 168 – Christopher Gomez- WS Red Brooke Jordan- WS Red Cassandra Marcellus- WS Red Marcus Ortiz- WS Red

Del Valle Conquistadores

Caitlyn Acevedo- CDS Ethan Lopez- CDH Jared Vrahnos- WS Blue

Americas HS Trailblazers

Burges HS Mustangs Mia Cadena- USX Devin Cain- IX Guerra-Navarro- Duo Alyssa Quesda- LD Cesar Rodarte- HI

Loren Avila- WS Red Enriquez-Leyva- CX Michelle Guevara- Info Sofia Jimenez- POI

Ysleta HS Indians

National Qualifiers

Ruben Duarte- WS Blue Victor Meza- DI Marco Moreno- WS Blue Sophia Rojo- CDH

Coronado HS T-Birds

Jonah Hormel- CDH Colin Tipton-CDS

Chapin HS Huskies

2019 John Ruffier- CDH

Jessie Coleman- WS Blue Lana Murphree- WS Blue

Franklin HS Cougars

Rodriguez/Budreckis- PF

Eastwood Troopers

Hanks HS Knights


2019 Yellow Rose District National Qualifiers

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Virginia P O L I CY D E B AT E

Shaheer Alam & Kope Luangraj

DISTRICT

I N FO RMAT IVE SPEAKING

Ava Anderson

Cross Lanes Christian

DR AM AT IC IN T E RPR E TAT I ON

Elanor Lambert

Fresta Valley Christian

Ben Butterworth

Madison County

I N T ERN AT I ONAL EXTEMP

Steven Franklin

Madison County

Katherine Rollins

Potomac

DUO I N T E RPR E TAT ION

Valentina Raghib

Potomac

Paul Nazari & Cameron Taylor

LI N CO LN - DOUGL AS D EB ATE

Dominion

Fluvanna

HUM O RO U S I N T E RPR ETAT I ON

Abdullah Usufzai

Battlefield

Simon Skinner

Fluvanna

Ganna Aboutabl

Harrisonburg

Michael Broyles

Madison County

O RI G I N AL ORATORY

Genevieve Frank

Fresta Valley Christian

Danielle Sumner

Fluvanna

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - HOUSE

Christian Herald

Potomac

Divya Lobo

Dominion

Salem Teklu

Potomac

Aditya Kumar

Thomas Jefferson

PUBLI C FORUM D EB ATE

Amey Gupta

Thomas Jefferson

Charles Judd & Alexander Joel

Potomac

Bharath Dileepkumar

Thomas Jefferson

Max Shenkman & Minkyung Kwon

Potomac

Richard Song & Arjun Aggarwal

Thomas Jefferson

PROG RAM ORAL INTERPRETATION

Ashlyn Craig

Sherando

Lexi Lam

Fresta Valley Christian

CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - SENATE

Manu Onteeru

Thomas Jefferson

Nishad Manohar

Thomas Jefferson

U. S . EXT EM P

Malcom O’Malley

Fluvanna

Clay Socas

Potomac

WO RLD S CHOOLS D EB ATE

Bliss Davis, Genevieve Evans, & Kaitlyn Maher

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Virginia Orange


Inland Empire Proud to be in Big D Congratulations to all our competitors. You make us proud!

Linh Truong Chiawana High School House Briana Castro Chiawana High School House Amy Walker Chiawana High School Big Questions Debate Salvador Amezcua and Jocelyn Santacruz Toppenish High School Public Forum Debate Yerushulaim Solano Pasco High School Dramatic Interpretation

Linda Corona and Audra Totten Chiawana High School Duo Interpretation Alejandro Amezcua Toppenish High School Humorous Interpretation Saige Johnson Chiawana High School Informative Speaking Betsaida Rodriguez Toppenish High School Original Oratory Coraima Birrueta Toppenish High School Program Oral Interpretation – 171 –


Best District Ad FinALIST

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Wind River District BIG QUESTIONS DEBATE Jessica Petri Green River POLICY DEBATE Rebecca Shamer & Levi Hren Green River Riley Skorcz & Ian Fletcher Rock Springs DRAMATIC INTERPRETATION Lauren Schierwagen Rawlins Joseph Benn Thornton Riverton Adley Robbins Rock Springs DUO INTERPRETATION Aidan Hunt & Nick Fulton Powell Isaac Almejo-Ponce Riverton & Carolyn Benn Thornton Nathaniel Nelson & Jade Hefenieder Worland HUMOROUS INTERPRETATION Raymond Garcia Green River Savana Whitehurst Riverton CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - HOUSE William Allen Green River Virginia Girling Jackson Hole William Aepli Jackson Hole Dylan Smith Kelly Walsh Elizabeth Hansen Natrona County Taliah Blom Natrona County INFORMATIVE SPEAKING Hannah Hu Hot Springs Co Samantha Smith Jackson Hole INTERNATIONAL EXTEMP Hannah Thomas Green River Warren Levy Jackson Hole

LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE Levi Peterson Green River Rachel Heisinger Green River Chandra Frank Natrona County ORIGINAL ORATORY Rebekah Schoen Kelly Walsh Elizabeth Pierson Riverton PUBLIC FORUM DEBATE Mathew Pickering & Ramsay Taliaferro Green River Ethan Spicher & Alex Nelson Kelly Walsh Toby Arment & Hunter Keplinger Rawlins PROGRAM ORAL INTERPRETATION Leila Sandlin Jackson Hole Tess Bjorksten Kelly Walsh Braxton Sambrano Natrona County CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE - SENATE Breeze Petty Hot Springs Co Joshua Hansen Jackson Hole U.S. EXTEMP Maleah Tuttle Jackson Hole Lauren Blackwelder Natrona County WORLD SCHOOLS DEBATE Anna Revill, Maren Nicolaysen, Stephanie Barella, Zoe Fernandez, & Madeline Martinson Shiva Yeshlur, Rachel Shuler, Gwennan Pritchard, Brody White, & Mikki Scott

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Wind River Red


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WE ARE SPEECH & DEBATE.

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

TOURNAMENT ROSTER Congratulations to the following students, coaches, and schools attending the 2019 National Speech & Debate Tournament! The tournament marks the capstone of speech and debate activities for more than 150,000 student and coach members across the country. To attend, students must qualify at one of the NSDA’s 111 district tournaments or through one of several international qualifying programs.

NSDA HELP LINE • CALL OR TEXT (920) 748-6206

NATIONAL SPEECH & DEBATE ASSOCIATION


FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches Tournament

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

DI DUO IX HI LD PF POI BQ

Notes InterpStudents and Coaches HOU Congress – House (R) Notes Dramatic (A) SEN Congress – Senate (S) Duo Interp (D) USX United States Extemp (U) International Extemp (F) WS World Schools Debate (W) Humorous Interp (H) CX Policy Debate (X) Lincoln-Douglas Debate (L) OO Original Oratory (Y) Public Forum Debate (N) INF Informative Speaking (Z) Program Oral Interp (O) * Diamond Key # Previous Participant Big Questions Debate (Q)

Listed Alphabetically by State Students and Coaches

ALABAMA LAMP High School Brett Bonikowski Arnob Guha Christopher Colvin Mountain Brook HS Jane Grey Battle Davis Beck John Butrus Marielle Cornes Griffin Darden Maggie Doyle Ben Harris Harrison Hitson Chloe Kinderman Pavel Shirley Elizabeth Wood Weas Prattville Christian Academy Ethan Morris Stephanie S Beers Prattville High School Sandharu Aladuwaka Grace McKelvey Isaac Sherman Hugh Sparks Jordan Berry Katy Olienyk Saint James School Will Moore Trevor Otis Gabe Robbins Lonny Harrison The Altamont School Ahad Bashir William Coleman Shawn Goyal Sameer Sultan Lindsey Elizabeth Motlow The Montgomery Academy Sofie Behr Carter Chandler Cyprian Dumas Martha Ernest James Holland Torbert Catherine Updegraff Casey Whitt

Notes

# #

13 WS WS



# ## ## ## ##

33 WS BQ USX CX CX WS CX WS WS CX 2 POI

17 # USX # POI # HOU # IX 

# # #

28 INF IX HI 12 PF PF PF PF

27 ## SEN SEN HOU WS ## HOU ### WS HI

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Students and Coaches

Notes

James W Rye Vestavia Hills HS Maya Bridgwaters Katy Chen Ryan Conn Julia Holmes Nadira Jeethandran Claire Kankirawatana Esther Lee Allen Li Khadija Malik Catherine Mitchell Christian Rhoades Abigail Ronson Dylan Shi Cole Stacey Nate Conoly Casey Harlan Westminster Christian Academy Helen Donahue Garrett Reynolds Crystal Denice Miller Ondreja Turner ALASKA Eagle River HS Ian Burdick Jennifer Dalila Hunting Breanna Nowacki Shannon O’Hare Valerie Baalerud Andrew Baalerud Kodiak HS Felix Lewis Derek Rocheleau Jared A Griffin Skagway HS Danny Brady Sadie Murphy Jessica Whitehead Kent Fielding South Anchorage HS Vihan Garg Samuel Erickson ARIZONA



# # ##

#

34 HOU DUO LD PF DUO DUO DI OO INF DUO WS PF LD WS 3 DI OO

2 PF PF IX USX 1 HI DI 6 # DUO # DUO INF 10 LD


27 SEN SEN HOU WS HOU WS HI

Sadie Murphy Jessica Whitehead Kent Fielding South Anchorage HS Vihan Garg Students andErickson Coaches Samuel BASIS Ahwatukee ARIZONA BASIS Ahwatukee Hannah Littler Hannah Littler Amanuel Shiferaw Uday Tandon Amanuel Shiferaw Uday Tandon Marissa Gurtler Marissa Gurtler Anna Potrafke Anna PotrafkeHS BASIS Chandler AadiChandler WaghrayHS BASIS AadiWang Waghray Ella Ella Wang Nicole Woodruff Nicole Woodruff BASIS Peoria HS BASIS Peoria HS Carlos Alvarado-Richter Aashi Gurijala CarlosReddy Alvarado-Richter Aashi Reddy Gurijala Amber Janelle LaCrosse AmberAlexandru Janelle LaCrosse David Parau David Alexandru Parau Sukesh Ram Ayaan SukeshSiddiqui Ram Ayaan Siddiqui Julian Tesman Regan Walton Julian Ashe Tesman ReganLeonardi Ashe Walton Nick NickPhoenix Leonardi BASIS HS Zachary Jones BASIS Phoenix HS Zachary Mendel Jones Malachi MalachiWaks Mendel Daniel Daniel Waks HS BASIS Scottsdale Harsha Boyilla HS BASIS Scottsdale Harsha Boyilla Kyle Soni Kyle Soni Pranav Tangallpalli Pranav Scott WTangallpalli Woods Brophy Prep ScottCollege W Woods Brophy College Prep Emma Elsbecker William Hays Emma Elsbecker William Kirk Hays Nikolas Nikolas Kirk Zach Linhart Zach Linhart Elizabeth Clarke ElizabethPetsas Clarke Nicholas Chandler Preparatory Nicholas Petsas Academy Chandler Preparatory Academy Alison Cohen AlisonTacderan Cohen Mica Mica Sannes Tacderan Joel Desert HS JoelRidge Sannes Desert Ridge HS Meghan Munoz Meghan Munoz Marco Dominguez Marco Dominguez Desert Vista HS Haruka Margaret Braun Desert Vista HS HarukaDawson Margaret Braun Hailey Hailey Dawson Josephine Deignan JosephineDoebbeling Deignan Bronwyn Bronwyn Doebbeling Taylor Gilliam TaylorGustin Gilliam Eden Sarah Jalaghi Eden Gustin SarahKan Jalaghi Isaac Isaac Khan Kan Sahil Sahil Khan Emma Lee Emma Lee Hunter McCormick James HunterRooney McCormick JamesWatkins Rooney Lance Lance Watkins Frankie Marchi Brittany Stanchik Frankie Marchi Brittany Stanchik Justin Roth Justin Roth

# DUO INF

(AZ - AR)

10 LD

Notes

# # # #

# # ## ## # # ## ##

## ## # ### ## ## # #

# #

Students and Coaches

Hamilton High School Hamilton High School Juhi Khandelwal Juhi Khandelwal Nivea Krishnan Aatmik Mallya Nivea Krishnan AatmikShah Mallya Afreen Afreen Shih Shah Daniel Arjun DanielSingh Shih 1 ArjunMeade Singh 1 CX Gina Gina Meade CX Horizon HS CX Horizon HannaHS Griffin Taylor HannaMittelstedt Griffin 3 Taylor Mittelstedt 3 Susan Chubrich-Seep DUO Susan Chubrich-Seep DUO WS McClintock McClintock WS Carter Miller WS CarterMoazezi Miller PF Sahel Sahel Moazezi PF Richard Glover Timothy Cornwell PF Richard Glover POI Timothy Cornwell Phoenix Country Day School POI DUO Phoenix Country Day School DUO HI Michael Bendok Sophia HI MichaelCorridan Bendok Sophia 1 Bella DeCorridan Roos Pierce Florey 1 Bella De Roos WS Pierce Florey WS Darwin Harriss Ryan Horlick WS Darwin Harriss Ryan Horlick 3 Alain Kouchica 3 Alain Kouchica PF Ethan Lambert PF EthanMacherla Lambert Arthi PF ArthiPatil Macherla WS Neil  WS Neil PatilSteiner Samuel Samuel Steiner 39 Yash Wadwekar 39 Carolyn Evans Yash Wadwekar INF Carolyn Evans BQ Nick Klemp INF BQ Nick Klemp Tyler Rife IX TylerSteiner Rife IX USX Ben  USX Ben Steiner Michael Tristano  Michael Tristano Michelle Hill Janniqua Dawkins Michelle Hill 7 Janniqua Dawkins Academy 7 Scottsdale Preparatory HOU Scottsdale Academy Thomas Preparatory Chung HOU Thomas Chung  Leila Khan Leila Khan 5 Reeti Patel 5 Reeti Patel WS Travis Clement WS Travis Clement Jennifer St. Clair Jennifer Underdal St. Clair 17 Thomas 17 Thomas Underdal SEN Anna Chasse Clement SEN Anna Chasse Clement OO OO DI ARKANSAS DI DUO ARKANSAS Bentonville HS DUO HI Lara Adigun Bentonville HS HI USX Lara Adigun Eileen Alvarez USX OO Eileen Bacon Alvarez Lukas OO HOU Solomon Berry Lukas Bacon HOU SolomonBerry Berry Jocelyn HOU DI Jocelyn Anh CaoBerry DI HOU Anh Cao Olivia Ervin HOU DUO Olivia Ervin Matthew Esarte DUO POI MatthewJohn Esarte Malaika POI Malaika Ria JoshiJohn  Stormie Ria JoshiKing  Stormie King Julia Lane Julia Lane – 177 – 1 1 INF INF OO OO SEN SEN

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Notes

# #

8 8 CX CX LD LD LD CX CX PF PF PF 13 13 LD LD WS  WS 30 30 WS WS DI  DI

   12

## ## ## # # # # # #

12 HOU HOU POI POI DUO DUO IX IX WS WS DUO DUO DUO DUO USX USX INF INF IX IX HI HI  

 

5 # HOU 5 # HOU HOU WS  WS 

# # # # # #

8 8 OO OO USX USX HOU HOU PF PF PF WS WS WS WS WS HI HI OO OO PF PF


(AR - CA)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Leilani Mack Ashwin Marathe Collin Mills Brice Witt Brandon Box-Higdem Andrea Michelle Speer Bentonville West HS Anna Dean Malley Jayne Terrones Priya Thelapurath Julia M Howell Rachel Sara Mauchline Cabot High School Destiny Foust Lawson Hudson Sophia Huynh Caitlyn White Jennifer Akers Callie Ham Don Tyson School Of Innovation Jade Adams Sean P Petersen Episcopal Collegiate School Brennen Beck Alex Martin Gabrielle Rancifer Martene Campbell Gravette HS Alyssa Violet Allen Jacki Reiff Har-Ber HS Hayden Bowen Trey Bowerman Katherinne Carranza Halle Hil Patrick Kingston Josh Langley Pedro Manon Levi Moore Jax Nalley C.j. Parrish Monserrat Saucedo Caleb Strickland Joel Brown Jonesboro Angela Lovelace Dawn Tucker Little Rock Central Abdallah Ahmed Nicole Doris Joelle Fahoum Sakshi Garg Valorie Lam Akshay Padala Anna Rumpz Chris Flowers Colton Gilbert Rosie Valdez Russellville HS Marisa Puaulani Davis

Notes

INF WS DI PF

##

3 IX HI INF 

6 DUO LD # POI DUO  

1 BQ 7 HOU ## SEN HOU 1 HOU 2 DUO HOU WS WS SEN WS IX DUO HOU # USX WS # WS 5 POI

## ##

7 PF CX CX CX CX PF LD  

3 DI

– 178 –

Students and Coaches

Notes

Jannetta Carney Daniel Caudle CALIFORNIA Advanced Learning Academy Ana Luviano Sal Tinajero Alhambra HS Elias Almarez-Herrera Nam Nguyen Kevin Tong Archbishop Mitty High School Nishita Belur Aditi Chatradhi Naman Dandia Daniel Edmunds Eshan Gupta Darya Kaviani Sameer Keswani Mayank Killedar Arushi Lahiri Cailey Larmore Jacob Ledger Nicholas Maranowski Aalok Patwa Shanaya Sales Conor Sherry Drake Som Madurya Suresh Jon Telebrico Vedant Vamshidhar Roshni Varma Jasmine Yee Kritika Yerrapotu Benjamin Cruz Karen Joshi Cruz Mark Woodhead Ryan Mills Arroyo Grande High School Steven Dykstra Max Vink Chris G Ryan Arroyo High School Rose Rocco Fiona Truong Terry L. Colvin BASIS Independent Silicon Valley Kayra Ilkbahar Priti Rangnekar Akash Shanmugam Nathan Leal Mark Mabie Bakersfield HS Lauren Adams Riley Dison David Wells Erin Wheeler Bellarmine College Preparatory Rishi Balakrishnan Arnav Bhau

1 INF 

36 POI DI



## # #

##

#

7 HOU USX DUO DUO IX HOU HI HOU HOU DUO DI DUO USX POI HI OO HI WS USX IX INF OO 

21 CX CX

#

7 WS OO 

#

2 PF WS PF

# #

42 CX CX

#

59 LD CX


(CA) Students and Coaches

Adarsh Hiremath Anuj Kothari Surya Midha Ashwin Pillai Abhishek Rengarajan Tyler Vergho Jay Vishwarupe Rishab Yeddula Matt Delateur Aaron Langerman Deirdre Sullivan Anirudh Prabhu Bishop Union High Amy Marissa Gaudet Valaya Gaudet Bonita Vista HS Catherine Armenta Joseph Casey Cameron Loughney Katherine Neuner Ursula Neuner Raquel Rivera Faith Talamantez Eric Helle Brentwood School Emma Blum Katie Raphaelson Daniella Wilson Victor Jih Erik Legried Sean Fahey Kate Totz Buhach Colony HS Jaydyn Duenas Jared Hoffart Bella Lalanne Nasier Muldrow Christopher SIlva Kris Freitas Alyssa Conroy Bullard HS Anastasia Bates Karen Carrillo Jordan Waters Milla Smith Hunter Toews Cajon High School Hana Doueiri Joanne Stowitts Mark Stowitts Calabasas HS Avery Grove Ashley Burton California High School Niitiggya Taneja Ryan J Cook Campbell Hall HS Liana Schmitter-Emerson Susan Foley Canyon Crest Academy

Notes

## # # #

CX IX CX LD CX CX CX WS 

1 HOU

# # # #

9 HOU INF LD WS PF WS PF 

##

10 LD LD LD



3 HOU # PF # WS # PF WS

###

43 LD WS LD 

2 OO  

1 HI 3 OO #

6 SEN 

5

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Elaine Gao Sonia Yan Michael Orfield Carlsbad HS Adriana Amanti Tanya Edquist Larkin Gallup Sam Heyman Ryan Read Jordan Valverde Arjun Venkatesh Minnia Curtis Carter HS Andy Aguilar William Rodriguez Bradley Romo Clark Wilson Steve Schmidt Century HS Stephanie Estrada Nathan Goodrich Carl Trigilio Chowchilla HS Samanntha Eastton Christina Fuller Andrea Jimenez Hailey Pasley Daneli Santillan William Christopher Turner Citrus Valley High School Andy Essa Steven C Gill Deanna Swank Claremont Alex Abarca Melissa Glover Trevor Mitchell Faith Nishimura Sophie Rivasplata Anthony Rumbos Edward Rumbos-Perez Kamran Sheriff Angelo Thomas Alex Walburg Jack Xiao David Chamberlain Aaron Nichols Rachel Wear Michael Daugherty Classical Academy HS Raj Pabari Madeleine Tseng Brandon West Clovis North HS William M. Erysian Eric A. Escareno Anoop S. Manjal Anshul Narain Aaditya Prasad Manal Sultan

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Notes

CX CX 

10 PF PF PF IX PF POI IX 

6 DUO DUO DI 

1 POI

#

2 IX INF OO OO INF 7 WS

## ## ###

# ###

23 IX SEN LD DI BQ WS WS LD USX USX OO  

3 CX CX # ## #

10 PF PF PF OO WS SEN


(CA)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Zofia Trexler Jingwen Wu Chad Hayden Brent Steele Crescenta Valley HS Kevin Karami Jad Soucar Amber McLeod Christina Manukyan Cupertino HS Haritha Kumar Meenakshi Sambasivam Davis Senior HS Cedric Hughes Elaje Lopez Luca Moretti Dougherty Valley High School Vikram Balasubramanian Anish Bathwal Tanaya Bhakat Kabir Dubey Keshav Haranath Saad Jamal Shreyas Kiran Vivian Kuang Kavin Kumaravel Anish Maram Arshia Mehta Srisai Nachuri Sanjana Ranganathan Shaheer Sandhu Aman Sankineni David Si Pooja Tallapeneni Khushi Wadhwa Amanda Yang Max Zhang Ansuman Chandra Bardalai Shreya Bhattacharyya Brock Lundy Tanya Mahadwar Aleisha Readye Arjun Tambe Edison Computech HS Samuel Ray Alcaraz Gabriel Camarillo Zoe Jane Hilton Trinity K Mikel Lesly Melina Salvador-Leon Natalie Renee Wiehl Nicole Jennison El Camino Real Charter HS Ved Kulkarni Lily Liu Eugene Tarasyuk Flintridge Preparatory Elaine Cheng Nolan Costin Taylor Delgado Bailey Hobey

Notes

#

PF USX 

5 WS HOU

#

14 WS

7 # DUO DUO

# #

# # #

10 CX WS WS CX WS PF PF PF CX CX HOU WS IX WS PF CX LD HOU CX IX



23 # WS WS HI DI WS HOU 

8 HOU

# #

4 SEN SEN WS PF

Students and Coaches

Rithik Jain Lori Jang Clio Klapsis Colin Ng Neel Sadda Nicole B. Dalton Maggie Woodward Khamani Griffin Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy Catherine Bauer Leilani McHugh Ralph Seymour Fullerton Joint Union HS Evelyn Arceo Sydney Marie Basham Daniel Thomas Gray Ryan Koh David Kwon Joshua T Miller Cordelia H Tran Lauren Emily Wright Rodney Beck Robb Gray Emily Markussen Sorsher Elijah Reynolds Paige Ridgeway Gabrielino HS Vincent DeMarco Andrew Do Gabriel Nicholas Frank-... Emily Haas Lauren Hamamoto Khin Han Starlee Hoc Melanie Hsiang Sharon Liu Bianca Lua Gabriel Pena Karyme Pena Sofia Ramirez Jaden Raymundo Stephanie Rubio Felicia Tang Joan Tran Samuel Villescas Sarah Vuong Jaycob Wahinehookae Annica Wu Derek Yuill Jill Hanhong ** Eric Chen ** Samira Husein Brandon Sanchez Granada Hills Charter HS Susanna Andriasian Diego Borgsdorf Sahar Dabirian Cassidy Sarah Dalva Megha Jain Sarah Shapiro

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Notes

##

IX WS # HOU PF BQ 

2 DI 20 WS DUO CX CX POI WS ## POI DUO #

#

##

#

##

23 DUO HI USX HOU INF DUO IX POI HOU DUO DUO DUO DI DUO INF INF HI HOU OO DI WS



#

16 WS INF HI USX IX OO


(CA) Students and Coaches

Rachael Phipps Jerome Robinson Levon Ghanimian Granite Bay HS Alejandro Manuel Alvarez Tiburon Batriedo Faraaz Godil Sameer Kazim Kyla Miyashiro Ishna Pandey Shrina Pandey Suraj Parikh Avanti Ramraj Robert Prichard Rita Prichard Gunn Sr HS Reva Balakrishnan Ishan Balakrishnan Diane Gleason Amit Pampati Hallmark Charter School Ian Cowan Gabriela Espinoza Aiden Ledbetter Gurleen Litt Harvard-Westlake School Alex Chon Michael Bietz Helix Charter HS Luke Babbitt Madeleine Denison Eileen Diaz John Garcia Jacqueline Hammack Jonah Leota Nathan Nguyen Chase Osborn Lucas Osborn Kyra Payton Sophia Rogers Blake Tannehill Gregg Osborn Jennifer Osborn James Enochs High School Alexer Asuncion Logan Currin Bergen Foshay Nicole Gomez Garcia Brennan Giva Noah Kopecki Nicholas Panyanouvong Ashneet Sharma Benjamin Sollitt Lydia Stiles Kaung Zaw Zack Kopecki James Logan HS Binyam Abraha Justin Chen Vivitsaa Dhakal

Notes



#

22 WS CX WS WS POI WS WS CX LD

 

7 PF PF

3 CX WS CX 8 HI



###

# # # ##

22 HI DUO DUO WS HI DI INF HOU WS DUO INF DUO 

## ###

# # #

12 DUO SEN USX DI HOU POI LD WS DUO WS SEN 

30 DUO DUO # INF

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Notes

Xiran Grace Fang Jonathan Franco Rhea Grover Harvir Singh Kalkat Gabrielyn Kieh Acari Kinerman Sydney Bayley Le Kelly Mok Akram Nour Timothy James Oldham Luis Dominik Reyes Megan Santos Janani Sekar Ayushi Srivastava Jesse Garrett Justin Kurup Jesse D. Garrett Dr. Tommie Lindsey Jr. Jesuit HS Alexander Bonilla Laura Harvey Kennedy Sara Faraj Rohit Jhawar Katy Kragel Joseph Maucieri Quest Sandel Garrett Broberg Henry Adkisson La Costa Canyon HS Mobina Riazi Cameron James Martin La Salle HS Madison Cahill Rhyen Hunt Adrian Lossada Elizabeth Meerson Leland High School Joanna Bi Samuel Hirst Baoviet Nguyen Yagmur Oner Alexandra (Sasha) Shahni... Calvin Xie Gay Brasher Jenny Cook Robert Ickes Chris Wardner Lodi HS Angelica Stephanie Guzm... Ethan Irving Stroh Cathryn Geyer Los Altos High School Rebecca Pan Mariel Cruz Los Osos HS Rachel Bahk Shannon Cait Farren-... Erik C Pielstick Lowell HS

DUO DUO POI WS DI POI POI POI HI DUO DUO DI INF OO

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## # ## ## #

 

#

6 OO 

20 SEN # SEN DI HOU

19 POI #

# #

4 PF PF WS 30 INF HI INF DI POI WS

   

38 WS WS 

5 WS 10 HOU WS 

45


(CA)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Zoe Rosenberg Kelly Ye Debnil Sur Terence Abad Loyola High School Nicholas Balfe Max Hendrix Mark McAllister Jacob Tamkin Zachary David Sandoval Millennium Charter Nicole Engen Beth Lamanna Milpitas HS Sana Jaffery Charles Schletzbaum Mira Loma High School Hemang Dhaulakhandi Praveen Gunendran Krivi Gupta James Hu Chirag Anil Kawediya Shree Madan Neha Seshadri Alexander Shan Sarabaesh Srikumar Josh Stinson Miramonte High School Athena Davis David Deng Matt Gill Brendan McFeely Josh Morganstein Preston Nibley Madison Peters Ella Say David Schneidinger Evan Steinberg Sarah Svahn Kristen Plant Mission San Jose HS Ayush Agarwal Arunav Gupta Rahul Iyer Swetha Naidu Aparajita Pathak Brandon Stewart Steven Leal Modesto HS Ibrahim Dagher Ferial Dagher Rachel Thompson Darshan Vijaykumar Marie L. McDonald Monte Vista Alan Chen Rachel L Eizner Raymond Fang Zaid Fattah Nadine Fattah

Notes

CX CX 

31 PF PF WS WS 1 BQ 1 WS 

# # ##

#

# # #

#

13 WS USX PF IX WS WS WS WS PF 35 SEN USX WS SEN USX SEN HI HOU WS WS INF 

11 ## POI WS DI ## DUO # DUO

#

25 IX HOU LD WS 

# ## # ##

33 DI HOU LD HI OO

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Students and Coaches

Arham Habib Hunter Hinson Mrudhula Nithiyakumar Shanmugesh Raja Rubin Roy Rushil Roy Amber Xu David Matley Kimberley Gilles Tom Dunlap Mountain House HS Matthew Dean Dhruva Kolikneni Adya Mishra Aashril Shazar Vishnu Pratik Vennelakanti Mikendra Dawn McCoy Reed Robert Niemi Tricia Garcia Iva Fitzsimmons Reed Niemi New West Charter School Storey Wertheimer Mike Kyle North Hollywood High School David Arutyunian Patrick Kim Matthew Kim Dohyun Kevin Kim Ethan Bradbury Notre Dame HS Arushi Bansal Mariel Cruz Levy Zamora Jr. Steven Herman Nova 42, FPC Daniel Lawrence Kyle Mike Kyle Michael Murray Orosi HS Milca Altamirano Torres Alexis Delgado Padilla Dennis Flores Fabian Lopez Erick Lua Manzo Andrea Marroquin Bryan Nava Destidy Perez Yessenia Sanchez Jaxon Tee Sy Alexandre Widman Karson B Kalashian Palo Alto HS Maya Levine Nisha McNealis David Jakubowicz Candace Wang Ben Anderson Danielle Mitalipov Sarah Youngquist

Notes

#

USX WS LD DI # IX HOU HOU



3 CX CX # HI HOU # WS #

 



1 WS 20 SEN IX ## WS HOU 3 WS

##

1 WS

4 # DUO POI DUO ## DUO # DI DUO WS POI # DI INF # HI 

5 SEN LD


(CA) Students and Coaches

Palos Verdes Peninsula HS Julian Anderson Kristen Lu Scott Wheeler Presentation HS Caitlin Gorin Nikitha Kalahasti Tanaya Nawathe Hannah Ni Kathryn Fauria Miranda Aithi Le Heath Martin Redlands HS Beau Barris Simon McGuire Bradley Schindler Brittany Freibott Ridgeview HS Hector Cabrera Jason Camacho Sacramento Waldorf HS Noah Oppenheimer Christine Gruhn San Dieguito Academy Tate Oien Joshua Isaac Tashoff Lily Bolig San Marino HS Lauren Lim Zhuojing Lu Colin Mach Abigail Slimp Alexander Sun Connie Tran Edmond Wen Matthew T. Slimp Sanger HS Niko Lucarellie Oscar Eduardo Mercado Katherine Moua Megan Pacudan Ken Stocks Kenneth Stocks Santa Ana High School Ashley Arce Destiny Ceja Gillian Palacios Corin Elizabeth Serrano Saratoga HS Ronak Pai Siva Sambasivam Adhit Sankaran Victor Rivas Umana Schurr HS Queen Chiwanga Amber Danielle Contreras Joseph A. Ugalde Jolene Sekijima St Paul HS Jeremy Lee

Notes

#

11 CX CX

#

19 WS IX PF PF





38 HI WS OO 2 USX 1 HOU 19 HOU # WS 

26 WS LD LD CX CX CX CX 

# #

#

18 WS BQ SEN POI 1 POI WS OO 24 PF HOU PF 

#

32 OO WS



#

5 LD

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Angel Gilbert Obregon Stockdale HS Elias Abadi Ishaan Singh Brar Chloe Brunswick Gurman Kaur Dhaliwal Terran Fielder Audrey Greene Tiberius Hernandez Jonathan Justin Ipe Mahima Kunani Miller McCraw Alex Puga Abbas Juzar Roopawala Nora Scully Rishi Shah Jasandeep Singh Crystal Huddleston Michael Brust Gaby Scully The Harker School Alycia Cary Avi Gulati Haris Hosseini Jason Huang Andrew Sun Scott Odekirk Jenny Achten Greg Achten Shania Hunt The Quarry Lane School Anik Sen Keya Vijapure Joshua J Prine Torrey Pines High School Albert Jen Bo Miao Turlock HS Julian Aguilar Ainslie Deanne Coughran Michele VanNieuwenhuyzen Valley International Prep Rachel Bean Alec Boulton Emily Cocea Aidan Cullen Gabe Grodan Sienna Horvath Callie LaVanway Jackson Loze Miles Morton Sanovia Muhammad Jackson Paluck Ethan Siegel Courtney Spungin Daniel Timor Dev Wernik Wilber Zaldivar Iain Lampert Waterford High

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Notes

#

## #

# #

17 WS IX DUO USX DUO HI CX HOU PF PF IX HOU CX LD WS

11 OO ## OO # OO # SEN HOU 

# #

3 PF PF 8 SEN

##

26 WS INF 

## # # # # ## ##

5 WS PF BQ POI PF USX DI PF USX DI IX HOU OO PF OO WS 

1


(CA - CO)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Brandon Harden Veronica Andrea Ros-Murillo West Ranch HS Rushikesh Pande Atharva Sontakke Michael T Smith Yogesh Pande Westridge School Shania Baweja Hattie Bilson Rachel Harris Simone Kang Ruby Marsh Lily Nelson Cara Wilson Cara Wilson Nicole Dalton Woodcreek HS Mark Mikityuk Melisa Elko COLORADO Air Academy High School Samuel Brooks Jacob Colbert Julia Fenn Joshua Gedack Sydney McKenzie Brendan Uebelhoer Nidhi Unnikrishnan Renee C Motter Stephanie Botsford Battle Mountain HS Ella Dunn Silvia LeVarn Hannah Nelson Diane Wagener Canon City HS Weston Niedens Brianna Heifner Keith Nordell Castle View HS David Wagnon III Michael L Wilkins Sally Graham Centennial HS Caelen R. Burand Joli Dou Andrew Li David M Montera Bou Amaya Central Of Grand Junction HS Josue Acevedo Caelan Jessop Cora Perkins Jaden Rams Kennedy Walker Sadie Wattenberg Britny Walker Chaparral

Notes

WS #

2 INF INF

## # #

2 USX PF IX WS PF HI USX

#

4 INF

##





# # ##

26 PF WS POI USX LD PF WS 

#

10 WS WS WS 

30 IX

#

5 LD SEN 

# #

43 PF SEN PF



20 SEN DI HOU # WS PF PF 6

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Students and Coaches

Notes

Srujith Yeturu WS Joe Gardner 11 Chatfield Senior HS LD Catherine G Marin  Kevin Brich Kendahl Lambert 7 Cherokee Trail HS Ny’asia Crosley OO HOU Sofia Garcia  Eli Woody Cherry Creek HS 45 Raymond Dai CX Riley Drew PF Maxwell Fogler WS Nicole Hankovszky HOU WS Mick Hashimoto Logan Hilzer PF Emily Huang WS Seungwon Lee CX ## USX Shrushti Manikandan WS William Maris INF Max O’Hara WS Paul Pak Astha Panigrahi WS Anthony Politi HOU Dheemaan Ray PF # SEN Maya Robbins PF Adam Rusakow # POI Bennett Scott # PF Alexander Shoflick WS Caleb Tezera ## PF Nicholas Woodman Katie Zeng HI  Martha Benham  Carlye Lee Holladay  Nick Panopoulos 20 Delta HS INF Caleb Frazier Sameha Haque INF Danielle Lopez Jessica Schneider 42 Denver East HS PF Talia Katherine Hart DI Joshua Kieser PF Jessie Miller PF Madison Moore Amelia Nugent PF WS William Roberts # August Toeves HI Katie Hellrung Noah Joseph Kaplan Discovery Canyon Campus School 3 Callie Blaseg SEN Lauren Hart OO # Arjun Kudinoor WS HOU Shalaka Natu ## WS Cameron Ruff HOU Tiia Shea Hope Shea HOU Jeremy Beckman


(CO) Students and Coaches

Carrie Smith Eagle Valley Caroline Glynn Dewell Kalista Farmer Herry Jhovany Garcia John Peter Papadopoulos Esther San Diego Tobin Joseph Stone Lizette Dieguez Kathleen Uhnavy Eaglecrest HS Mikayla L. Algeo Cade R. Bachman Sarah M. Braun Rian E. Nelson Chuba T. Ozor Hailey A. Stepp Esther Varghese Ashley McCulloch Courtney Cervelloni Katy Branigan Erie HS - Erie, CO Elaina Dwinal Emma Sanders Traci Mumm Fairview HS Charlie Cappelletti Isabella Gibb Anant Gupta Madeleine Nagle Kristina Getty Dorothy Barnes Kellner Jake Keuhlen Travis G Zimpfer Dot Kellner Fort Collins HS George Fang Sebastian Schipman Felix Yu E Jason Clarke Fort Morgan HS Luke Rhode Therese V Rich Fossil Ridge HS Melanie Smith Olivia Wang Rob Jackson Fruita Monument HS Michael Patrick Ash Trystan Walker Carruth Tiffany Leigh Crews Gabriel Elijah Gallagher Patrick Alen Rehor Michael Sean Wilson Kristin Gross Lisa Crabtree Gateway High School Izzy Collins Stephen D. Aldrich George Washington HS

Notes

# # #

6 HI POI DI SEN POI WS

15 DUO HOU DUO OO WS HOU # IX 

1 WS WS #

18 USX DUO BQ DUO 

#

38 WS CX CX 

4 HOU 

6 SEN DI 16 HOU # PF OO # LD HI # PF 1 BQ 45

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Ellie Ann Adams Sammie Armatas Ross Combs Mckenna Daly Laine Ford Emma Ginsberg Tanner Hemmingsen Caelen Hilty Min Jae Kwak Paola Kwan Charlie Link Lydia Loof Khalid Mohieldin Lucca Raabe Max Risher Andrew Schwartz Bena Smith Emerson Smith Catilin Soch Henry Waldstreicher Trinity White Avery Williams Francine Wright Maryrose Kohan Devin Emily Sarno Miles Owens Parker Davis Hope Yin Golden HS Codey B. R. Carr Emma L Newson Abigayle E Post Tammie Peters Becki Sharp Andrew Gitner Gunnison HS Flannery Sloan Sherri Anderson Holy Family HS Brett Closson Marie Drapeau Brinley Erbsland Katherine Farmer Bella E Ogden Rachael Perez Alexia Karina Simonton Aiden Welsh Lisa Marie Cillessen Seth James Willden Kent Denver School Jude Barakat Daniel Chao Jeremy Gart William Halverson Alice Noble Jack Parkhouse Vivek Shah Eleanor Sullivan Nathaniel Graziano Ian Hopkins

– 185 –

Notes

DUO HI IX WS DUO OO ## HI CX USX DUO DUO USX IX ## POI HOU CX WS CX LD HOU BQ DI CX



29 HOU # SEN # LD  

1 OO 3 HI WS HOU # INF POI POI # OO # WS 

# ##

#

18 INF IX HI CX DI DI POI CX


(CO)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

William McDonald Jennifer Woodley Eddie Young Mike Bausch Jeff Joseph Bill McDon Lakewood HS Leo Brooks-Sinkoff Jacob Stock Korinna Ghiloni Lewis Palmer HS Annie Ackerman Kathryn Bullecks Amy M. Cinnamon Emily DeSutter Lillian Hyatt Scott Dakota Reif Jack Snouwaert Kaitlyn Strugalski Rally Thiessen Brian Hoff Shealy Salas Littleton HS Grace Greenly Ben Greenly Sean Jones Jon Saliman Alex Thieme Monarch Ethan Wearner Sean Michael Duncan Mountain Vista HS Andrew Beggins Abhi Bhandari Mitchell G Chapman Cassidy Rose Christian Ryan M Fairbanks Molly Houser Greyson Koinzan Olivia Lou Smith John Statkevicus Henri Wessels Jennifer Smith Shannon R. Vance Mullen HS Vivian Conrad Michael Trevithick Heidi Trevithick Daniel Trevithick Niwot HS Luke Hair Jayden Johnson Nicholas Valin William Pankonin Palisade HS David Costello Kayla Marie Keith Riley King Jonathan May Tatum Menon

Notes

43 HOU # POI 4 WS HI LD # DUO DUO # DUO # HI DI DUO 

24 # DUO # DUO

11 IX 8 HOU # PF SEN WS # PF WS HOU WS WS WS 

#

50 INF  

34 HOU PF PF 21 LD HOU # HOU WS ## WS

##

– 186 –

Students and Coaches

Taygen Dianne Smith Levi Daniel VanPelt Matthew J Crowe Caleb Hisel Shaun Arhelger Palmer HS Alexander Charles Fix Lauren Kate Geiser Elizabeth Victoria Laffely Zoe Emma Manz-Jackson Melissa Garlock Palmer Ridge HS Caroline E Bushnell Erin Spadinger Peak To Peak Charter School Tannvi Banerjee Bronwyn Busby Kurt Schaefer Sandra Shedd Poudre HS Magnus R. Imber Benjamin Berry Pueblo West HS Cenon Caramanzana Gavin Graham Paulette Frye Nancy Groves David Salay Regis Jesuit HS Sabrina Jain Mark D Onstott Jamie Scatenato Resurrection Christian School Arabella Crites Treycen Eckman Nathaniel Jackson Lucas Jacquot Collin Smith Dylan Stroh Ayla Whitaker Angela Smith Levi Smith Rock Canyon HS Krish Kumar Mary C Burnham Dayna Moore Rocky Mountain HS Jaden Clarke Ben Davis Katherine DeMaret Louise Holland Julian Kaan Elliana Nickel Abby Roberts Christian Saavedra Caleb Schmitz Nicole Tetrault Paul S De Maret JD Jacob STRIVE Prep - RISE

Notes

# #

#

WS IX

8 IX LD WS HOU 1 DI 6 PF PF 

14 HOU #

13 INF USX  

28 WS



#

# #

5 SEN WS HI WS WS IX USX 

2 HOU 30 # CX # DUO ## LD DI # CX HOU ### DUO WS ## LD HOU 

1


Susan L Hayes Wilmington Charter School (CO - FL)Chitraksh Bhatt Neha Das Ryan Janzen Notes Students Coaches Susanand L Hayes

Students and Coaches

Marina Ramirez-Loya MarinaSteed Ramirez-Loya Anna Anna Steed Silver Creek Silver CreekH Hight Thomas Thomas H Hight Jasmine Kabiri JasmineBroderick Kabiri Keck Richard RichardHoltz Broderick Keck Kristin Kristin Holtz James James Smoky HillHoltz HS Smoky Hill Alisky HS Michael MichaelSahai Alisky Eashan Eashan Sahai Tom Tafoya TomColacioppo Tafoya Joe Joe Colacioppo Carrie Faust Carrie Faust Strive Prep - Smart Academy Strive Prep - Smart Academy Daniel Arjona DanielReyes Arjona Jorge Jorge Reyes Grant Thomas GrantHS Thomas Summit Summit HS Lauren Airey Lauren Airey Audrey Anderson Audrey Anderson Victoria Cadwallader Victoria Cadwallader Calliope Cortright CalliopeHenry Cortright Charles Charles Henry Jack Kliegerman Jack Kliegerman Summer Krueger Summer Krueger Jake Lowe Jake Lowe Freya Schlaefer Freya Schlaefer Wendy King Wendy Brietholz King Angela Brietholz TheAngela Vanguard School TheMarinda Vanguard School Hughes Marinda Lilly WestHughes Lilly West Martin Younger Christopher Christopher Martin Younger University Schools University MadisynSchools Lee Gentry Madisyn Lee Gentry Louis Uribe Louis Bjornson Uribe Anna Anna Bjornson Widefield HS Widefield HS Taeya Andrews Taeya Andrews Casey Ringer CaseyElhoffer Ringer Brett Brett Elhoffer Stephanie Owen Stephanie Owen Woodland Park HS Woodland Park HS Cheyenne Brown Cheyenne Brown Isaac Heidekrueger Isaac Heidekrueger Jaydon Jones Jaydon Jones William Allen Brown William Allen Brown DELAWARE DELAWARE Cab Calloway School Of The Arts Cab Calloway School Of The Arts Risha Kumar Risha Kumar Susan L Hayes Susan L Hayes Wilmington Charter School Wilmington ChitrakshCharter Bhatt School Chitraksh Neha Das Bhatt Neha Janzen Das Ryan Ryan Janzen Susan L Hayes Susan L Hayes DIST. OF COLUMBIA DIST. OF COLUMBIA

WS WS 7 7 PF PF INF INF PF PF     19



#

Woodrow WilsonDIST. OF COLUMBIA Woodrow Wilson Layla Behbehani LaylaHolmes Behbehani Alex AlexSalem Holmes Elie Elie Salem Max Wix Max Stroud Wix Tim Tim Stroud

FLORIDA FLORIDA HS American Heritage Boca/Delray American Heritage Boca/Delray HS Elena Martinez ElenaO’Leary Martinez Sean Sean O’Leary Madison Resnick MadisonRhodes Resnick William William Rhodes Nadaroopa Saraswathi-... 2 Nadaroopa Saraswathi-... Nikita Tanguturi 2 INF Nikita Tanguturi Bobby Lint INF OO Bobby Lint P.J. Samorian OO  P.J.Lint Samorian Bo  9 Bo Lint Kate Wallop 9 WS Kate Wallop Nigel Ward WS DUO Nigel Ward Abhilash Datti DUO Abhilash Datti Plantation HS American Heritage DUO American Heritage Plantation HS Jordyn Allen DUO IX Jordyn Allen Peregrine Beckett IX USX Peregrine Beckett Nilesh Chander USX DUO Nilesh Freeman Chander Chase DUO WS Chase Laczko Freeman Oliver WS USX Oliver Laczko Adelina Marinello USX  Adelina Marinello Courtney Medwin  Courtney Medwin Juliette Reyes 3 Juliette Reyes Vladimir Zhuravsky 3 DI Vladimir Zhuravsky Luca Zislin DI POI Luca Zislin Joele Miguel Denis POI JoeleHubbard Miguel Denis Ryan 9 Ryan Hubbard Spencer Arthur Orlowski 9 OO Spencer Arthur Orlowski Apopka Sr HS OO Apopka HS BrodySrBeauchamp Brody Beauchamp Alanis Cruz 21 Alanis CruzDouglas Nathaniel 21 WS Nathaniel DouglasLindsay Kendall Elizabeth WS Kendall Elizabeth Lindsay Ruby Nunez WS Ruby Nunez Tyler James Beusse  Tyler James Yamilex OrtizBeusse  28 Yamilex Ortiz Cathy Lynn Brown 28 INF Cathy Lynn Brown Belen Jesuit Prep INF BQ Belen JesuitAbreu Prep Dominic BQ OO Dominic Abreu Christopher Alvarez OO  Christopher Alex Blanco Alvarez  Alex Blanco Dominic Chiappone Dominic Julian DeChiappone La Maza Julian DeGonzalez La Maza 2 Eduardo 2 EduardoHall Gonzalez IX Andres IX Andres Hall  Vincent Sanchez  Vincent Sanchez 2 Kevin Steel 2 Steel CX Kevin Valido CX Kevin Valido Miguel Walsh BQ Miguel BQ CX Luis M.Walsh Dulzaides CX Luis M.Preparatory Dulzaides School  Berkeley  Berkeley Preparatory School Dhruv Kapadia DhruvZinober Kapadia Zach Zach Zinober – 187 –

## ## # # # ### ##

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Notes 

1 1 INF INF USX USX LD LD INF INF  

8 8 HOU HOU WS WS OO OO WS WS WS LD LD

19 USX USX WS WS

# #

2 CX BQ CX

Vinc Kevi Kevi Migu Luis Berkele Dhru Zach

TOURNAMENT ROSTER #

# # ## ## # # # # #

10 10 INF INF WS WS PF PF HOU HOU HI HI DUO DUO DUO IX IX PF PF HOU HOU  

5 5 ## INF ## DUO INF ## DUO WS ## WS WS DUO DUO 24 24 ## SEN ## SEN WS ## WS # HI # HI WS ## WS ## WS # HOU # HOU WS WS INF INF WS WS ## IX ## HOU IX ## HOU   13 13 CX CX CX


(FL)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Kevin Kuswa Bishop Moore Catholic HS Davies Hoy Stephanie Odom David Camous Brian Douglas McAninch Boca Raton Community HS Natalie Navarrete Kimberly Kouri Charles W Flanagan HS Darren Roberts Ellis Fraser Cushman High Debate Club Madeline Ley Leah Storie Andrew Tripodo Cypress Bay HS Miles Berger Talia Cohen Alexia Cosman Maria Duran Josh Gavsie Adam Hassan Ambreen Imran Zachary Levinson Joseph Mullen Matthew Norman Noah Rabinovitch Elijah Reisman Fabiola Sepulveda Arthur Sun Tristan Wertanzl Jenesis Williams Cory Wurtenberger Alyssa Fiebrantz Nick Montecalvo Rachel West Sharan Sawlani Benjamin Miller Jacob Goldschlag Sophia Lam Dr. Michael Krop Sr. High School Jacqueline Hatch Sheila J. O’Farrell Dreyfoos School Of The Arts Kevin Ahern Kyle Joseph Ahern Michael Clark Bole Nirmit Chandan Asher Zachary Moss Marco Gabriell Munoz Katherine Oung Lindsay Spruce Mara Rachel Vaknin Miles Wang Angela Anyzeski Martha Warwick FAU High School Michael Evrard-Vescio Jacqueline Beth Evrard-Vescio

Notes

1 HOU WS 

#

4 WS 5 HOU 1 LD

## # # # # ##

# # #

9 CX SEN POI WS CX PF HOU CX IX PF OO CX PF PF IX INF INF 

#

20 OO

17 ## DUO ## DUO ## WS # WS HOU # IX INF # SEN # POI WS



1 SEN

– 188 –

Students and Coaches

Notes

Ft Lauderdale HS Gianluca Medigovic Elijah Pitt Sherise Tracey James Wakefield Gulf Breeze Matteo Mauro Stacey Allen Hillsborough Nivedan Dharmavaram Anika S Nayak Lees Kent Whylly Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy Emily Cleveland Brianna Ramnath Rick Ramnath Jupiter High School Eleni Mercer Kristen L. Taylor Jeanne Aman Kristie Taylor King High School Harsh Bagdy Arpan Bagui Sahas Chintakayala Khegan Meyers Aditi Mishra Riya Patel Aashwin Tripathi Nafisa Uddin Ye Zhang Danielle Lucas Lake Highland Preparatory Parnika Agrawal Cameron Chang Daniel Kind Anoosh Kumar Jasper Ou Amal Qureshi Chris Raymond George S Clemens Martin Walsh Sigalow Chris Sprouse John Michael Wascher Lake Mary Prep Christopher Dimitrakakis Andrew Dimitrakakis Andrew Huang Albi Manfredi Robert Dolan Martin County HS Lance T Fischer Matthew Sperling Fleischer Emily C Williams Richard J LoSardo McArthur HS Luchiano Perez Adrianna San Marco Sarah Beauchamp Miami Beach Sr HS

17 HOU WS WS



1 INF

# #

17 IX POI 1 WS WS 10 POI 

## # ## #

# # #

7 PF LD HOU PF SEN HOU WS OO USX 18 LD HI USX PF PF OO SEN   

7 DUO DUO # PF # PF 

12 # DUO HOU # DUO 1 HOU WS 

51


(FL) Students and Coaches

Daphne Cholodofsky Mitchell Diaz Maria Faba Sydney Hertz Michelle Mally Tali Peretz Alexander Sherer Russell Rywell Miami Southridge Senior High Vyrlle Dixon Andres Cerrato Miramar High School Warren Forstmann Daliss Hicks Jada Scott Samuel Simeon Renea Moss NSU University School Sivan Ben David Evan Eiglarsh Sebastian Frazier Emma Pereda Max Pinkiert Jamaque Thomas Newberry James Stage Daniel Swerdlow Newsome High School Olivia Arozarena Kelsey Birnholz Dylan Burke Brittney N. Acerra Niceville High School Elva Diaz Simrun Sharma Eshaan Sharma Pauline Elaine Buis Nova HS Spencer Grosso Nasya Lucien Breanna Nesbeth Jose Denis Pembroke Pines Charter HS Sabrina Briceno Robert Hershey Salonee Singh Kelly Schwab Pine View School Thomas Allen Edward Brunicardi Megan Hartnett Grace Kim James Kim Arielle Merkher Arya Nalluri Benjamin Nicholson Christopher Patrick Donna D Gray James Froelich Ransom Everglades Alex Joshua Dray

Notes

DUO HOU DUO OO POI ## PF ## PF 

12 HOU

###

# ## #

#

# ### ##

5 POI POI WS POI 27 DI HI LD USX USX

7 PF WS PF 15 WS OO IX 44 BQ OO OO 2 HOU LD HOU 

30 ### WS HOU ## DUO WS WS POI ## DUO SEN HOU

#

16 USX

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Alexandra Henriquez Megan Houchin Danny Jackson Joan Joseph Brianna Kerr Marley Rywell Zoe San Martin Dori Schurr Oliver Stern Clara Villalba Kathleen D. Hamm Riverview HS Madison Ponder Sarah Mielle Hufford Royal Palm Beach HS Guyberson Pierre Eric Jermaine Singleton Novice Johnson Santa Fe High School Heather Branaman Fiona McLeod Lacey Walls Christopher J. Salamone Sarasota Johnna Bowden Baylee Stepina Terri St. John South Plantation HS Custer Gilchrest Alexander Corzo St Petersburg High Camille Luong Gisella Isabel Bosco St Thomas Aquinas HS Christian Chase John Hunschofsky Veronique Louis-Jacques Nick Marino Casey Golden Stoneman Douglas HS Todd Hewling Bela Urbina Jacob G Abraham Suncoast Comm HS Lauren Brensel Parth Chandan Cedrick Charles Brandon Lee Traci Lowe The Benjamin School Michael Scellato John Peruggia Timber Creek HS Nathalie Chowdhury Damien Truax Shane Yanes Beth Eskin Trinity Preparatory School Eli Finkelstein Alexis Huang

– 189 –

Notes

# # # # # ##

DI INF HI USX PF PF SEN PF PF IX



20 DI

10 HOU OO 1 DI WS WS 28 DUO DUO 

1 WS 5 LD 20 DUO # WS DI # DUO #

11 WS WS 18 INF HOU HI HOU 

1 LD

#

10 POI INF LD 

24 ## USX # HOU


(FL - GA)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Justin Kim Matthew Mapa Ashley Mason Lillian Nguyen Ryan Psik Amy Qiao Ella Saffran Bhrajit Thakur Alissa Vuillier Nathan Johnston Dean Rhoads Wellington William Bussey Zachary Jacobson Matthew McGann Nailah Williams Paul L Gaba Eric Jeraci West Broward HS Amanda Ciocca Robert Quinn Alex Steel Christian Wing Diane Harrison West Orange HS Faith Corbitt Olivia Klepk Jessica Timm Stan Banks Jennifer Moore RJ Silva Western High School David Allen Roman Amento Kathryn Brudzinski Hanna Buhadana Perry Gilberd Sean Harkins Tyler Loring Michael Nimbley Raquel Palacio Dario L Camara Nancy Dean GEORGIA Archer High School Miriam Bility William Titshaw Robert Knurek Carrollton Patrick Berzsenyi Cruz Cuellar Emma Hollenbeck Le’Curtis Richardson Gabe Smith Cody Taylor Janice V. Teal Richard Bracknell Cherokee HS D’Andre Chambers

Notes

## ## ## ##

HOU WS POI WS SEN HI WS IX IX  

###

20 USX DI IX USX  

5 LD PF HI PF

4 HOU OO DI  

14 HOU DUO # DI HI SEN HOU USX # DUO HOU  

2 WS BQ 34 HOU # WS POI # DI WS WS INF



3 WS

– 190 –

Students and Coaches

Anne Greer Rylee Holland John Peterson Lauren Taylor Morgan Trusch Sara Martin Jamie Wills Leeanne Kline Columbus HS Noor Abdallah Aidan Anderson Mariah Cady Lyndsey Oliver Dunwoody High Millie Kitchin Daniel Maslia Paris Ruiz Oskar Schindler Balint Torjak Alexander Torjak David Gay John Spalding Henry W Grady HS Kelley Downes Joseph Earles Francisco E. Fernandez Lucia Fernandez Harrison Gray Olivia Hunter Taylor Jackson George Lefkowicz Sarah Likins Griffin Richie Gerald Robison Eric Slovensky Jack Stegelman Jordan Thomas Lucas Bailey Mario L Herrera Susan Ramsey Lisa Willoughby Jackson HS Connor LaChappelle Laura LaChappelle Lassiter HS Chika Ito Charlie Moreno Walter Cotter Marist School Maggie Nahas Will Sjostrom Sophie Verska Jeffrey Miller Abby Schirmer North Hall HS Roland Mann Steven Wang Northview High School Kristin Hsu Maitraiyee Mohan

Notes

# HOU SEN ## SEN POI WS 

# #

5 PF IX PF 

3 DI HI # DI HI DUO DUO #



# ### ## # # # # ##

30 PF DUO USX OO IX DUO POI HOU IX WS WS USX WS PF 

##

6 WS 10 INF WS 

7 INF PF PF 

2 INF 2 OO LD


(GA - ID) Students and Coaches

Akshay Patil Ian Yang Jonathan Waters Sequoyah High School Noah Campbell Nyla Yodit Crayton John Forbes Matthew Bartula St Pius X Catholic HS Joseph Tarnowski Sean Hiland Valdosta High School Anthony Agbali Owen Anderson Juan Angel Amelia Barnett Marvens Cherelus Drew Correll Caitlin Herring Kaightlyn Jowers Albert Kang Sean Manning Mansi Patel Jay Patel Kathryn Plumb Hector Prieto Nathalee Simoneau Joshwell Thompson Shaniece Willis Pamela Childress Brianna Lashae Crockett Warner Robins HS Reina Abram Dacy Clemmons Anastacia Del Rio Zander Narum Bela Venditti Amanda Marie Bone Jamie Mayhew

Notes

CX CX 

# # #

6 WS WS WS 

12 LD 

# # # # # # # ## # ## # #

4 OO HOU DUO WS HI HOU OO DUO LD IX WS LD DI WS BQ POI USX 

21 DUO DUO USX WS # WS

HAWAII 8 Aiea HS # Aiyana Camille Bartolome INF Jessica Chang DI Jasci-Ann Fikany HOU Rebecca Afalava 37 Iolani School Madeline Heyler PF # PF Samuel Rivers HI Jordan Shiu ### IX Matthew Sohn # PF Maria Stevenson Emily Tom PF Lauren Noelani Calhoun Morimoto Heather Muraoka Kahuku High & Intermediate School 4 HI Savannah Peskin  Michael Lau 37 Kamehameha Schools Mahina Amoy DI

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Daniel Arakawa Nainoa Arincorayan Evan Gates Kaleonahenahe Masanob... Ka’ai I Anela Lee Taylor Takahashi Nainoa Visperas Nicholas Ernst Randal W Horobik Kapualani Chelsea Reeves LeaDan Yee Parker School Katie Carey Malia Dills Emily Fetsch Stacee Firestone Emma Laliberte Zoe Vann Erica Yost Christina Culligan Carl Sturges Scott Smith President William McKinley HS Aileen Chang Pumehana Holmes Helen Chang University Laboratory School Coe Trevorrow Bill Teter IDAHO American Falls HS Sadie May Facer Dana Facer Bishop Kelly High School Houston Phillips Paul Wardwell Blackfoot HS Scott Carter Benjamin Jones Jordyn Parsons Patterson L. Pitman Dylan Pope Kelsey Rain Palmer Boise HS Max Collins Cheyenne M Lee Sarah Pearce Melinda J. Schulz Bonneville HS Jazzlynn Carranza Joshua Larsen Robert Clayton Meagan Schrey Century HS Wells Crosby Jack McCabe Rt Rodriguez William Yik

– 191 –

Notes

# # ## #

LD POI USX DUO OO DUO INF HOU 

3 CX CX CX DUO CX # IX DUO 

14 OO POI ##

21 USX 

#

10 DI 

7 HOU 

51 # LD DUO LD USX DUO

#

11 WS SEN POI 

28 CX CX 

# # #

12 CX SEN POI CX


(ID)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Kristopher L Boatman Erin Martin Columbia HS Isaac John Bowers Kasey Pearl Moulton Elbie Seibert Benjaman Riley Smoldon Braeden Watkins Tucker B Bates Logan Anne Potter Jeffrey A Stoppenhagen Eagle HS Spencer Butler Seth Garwood Ashley Gordon John Houser Peyton Story Brittnay Burns Highland High School Colter Barker Jaxson Nield Arunabh Amitabh Sarkar Jazmin Usher Mandi Xu Robin Christensen Hillcrest HS Matthew Stephen Bartell Seth Brandon Mason Celia Lynne Myers Hayden Alexander Smith Clifton D Davis Madison HS Carter Allen Mari Anderson Abigail Armstrong Andrew Crawford Emily Kay Curtis Amberlee Dredge Carley Garner Oliver Hancock Hamilton Joseph Hardy Alec Hillier Ian Abraham Hunsaker Peter Williams Caleb d’Evegnee Bruce Benson Sterling Willford Carrie Garner Mountain Home HS Jailyn Figueroa Miya M. Ingram Oam Patel Jennifer Shumway Mountain View High School Robyn Harper Alexander Robert Hobson Sara Bell Pocatello HS Jessica Becker Noah Fore-Blume

Notes

## ## ##

6 DI INF OO WS USX 

#

16 CX HI CX LD HI

26 # WS PF # PF HOU WS #

27 SEN HOU HOU HOU



# # # # #

33 WS OO LD WS OO PF PF WS DUO WS IX INF DUO



10 DI POI LD 

#

8 CX CX 17 POI HOU

– 192 –

Students and Coaches

Ricki Misner Madisyn Villa Wyatt Jason Anderson Marcy Curr John Bolliger Renaissance HS Victoria Emily Burns Abigail Carper Christian Curtiss Sarah Elder Caleb Swenwold Kyra Mauney Ridgevue HS Skye Bobadilla Jayden Bodey Paulina Garcia Taylor Ann Jepson Kristen Drew Rigby HS Talon Anderson Brooke April Bishop Brianna Brown Alyson Corgatelli Dylan Davis Bethany Sky Jones Colby Smith Emma Spencer Brock James Sondrup Jethro Smith Rocky Mountain HS Connor Allen Carson Barningham Payton Jenkins Katelynn Woods Zachary Borman Skyline HS Bianca Fairchild Corbyn Stosich Tayla Taylor Christine Hubbard Snake River HS Cara Pugmire Charlotte Reid Sugar Salem HS Stockton Rose Nancy Robinson Teton HS Kyran Dean Cates Mason Moore Brent William Schindler Timberline HS Maia Dickinson Molly Feeley Cameron Honovich Joekeo Manibusan Victoria Mort Schylar Smith Kenneth Wu Kara L. Smith Twin Falls HS

Notes

WS # HOU 

8 WS PF # HOU BQ PF 3 DUO HOU DUO # HOU 

## ## # # ## #

# ##

10 PF INF OO IX USX PF HI DI 10 OO PF PF WS 

26 CX BQ CX 

4 USX 23 HI 

8 WS HOU 5 WS # WS HOU # WS INF WS SEN 

15


(ID - IL) Students and Coaches

Ruth Nelson Darlene Eslinger Vallivue High School Maddy Belle Capser Claire Earl Jonathan Miel Kelly Aldridge Wood River HS Sarah Renee Biggers Madi Fortner Sascha Wagner Leidecker Davey David Schrader Susan Worst Renee Tatterson ILLINOIS Adlai E Stevenson High School Sydney Glickson Bill Fritz Barrington High School Arjun Asija # Kalina Pierga Moira P Quealy Belleville West HS Emily Bechtold # Annabelle Margaret Brown # Delaney Holliday # Johanna Holm # Maxwell Juhas Isadora Karathanos ## Jaylon Muchison Savannah Tiemann Jayden Touchette Adam Jenkins Russ Reidelberger Belvidere North HS ## Burke Cochran ## Johnathon Giesecke Nicole Kroepel Bloomington HS ## Luke Edwards Brandon Thornton British International School Julian Cohen Nicolas Oskandy Ben Michael Quiligotti Raza Haque Alaine Christian Mark Jantzen College Preparatory School Of America Idrees Mohammed Asim Gaffar Downers Grove South HS David Arlt Zoe NIcolette Boyd Peter Burrows ## Janella Guzman Emily Leatherwood Kira Matheson Kate Riley

Notes

INF 

5 DUO DUO HOU 9 DUO DUO WS WS 

18 SEN 

10 LD LD 40 DUO WS POI DUO USX WS HI OO WS  

4 PF PF 3 IX 1 PF PF

1 USX 41 USX OO HI INF IX DI DUO

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Notes

Kaej Spears Kevin Tate Alaina Jeannette Vergara Justin Matkovich Jan Heiteen Elighie Wilson Dwight D. Eisenhower HS Halle Clottey Mark L. Urban Evanston Twp HS Gillian Rosenberg Isaac Slevin Lara-Nour Walton Eric Bump Bumperson HooRay Johnson Clark Foster Ashley Ellis Glenbrook North Amelia D’Agaro Eva Farber Sarosh Nagar Alex Reznik Michael Greenstein Glenbrook North HS Noora Bahrami Eugene Ko Kacie Leidwinger In Hyeok Oh Ella Schmitt Sarah H Ilie Gerald Nevin Glenwood HS Christopher Lucas Altman Anna Broadbooks Lucas Willam Carter Noah Fons Emily King Alyssa Mueller Olivia Stabler Athena Try Tammy Hope Carter Kenneth A. Carter Susan Jakoby Granite City High School Braydon Allen Brandon Burkhart Summer Long Kaylee Renee McKinzie Amy Lynn McQuiggan Wesley Copper H D Jacobs HS Logan Ivey Katie McAuliffe Nico Vallenas Stephen Worsham Ryan Andersen Hinsdale Central HS Angela Han Micky Horstman Jackson Thomas Soudier...

DI DUO INF

– 193 –

  

#

3 POI 

35 INF HOU OO

#

38 CX CX CX CX

# # ## #

38 OO USX HI IX POI





#

#

4 WS SEN WS USX LD LD WS HI 

#

39 DI PF PF WS 

2 INF SEN HOU HOU

##

12 USX POI IX


(IL - IN)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Ajay Jejurikar Lorenzo J Jennings Tim Moser Amaan Razi Ava Severts Elaine Yan Janelle Hoeksema Madeline Mitchell Christopher Wilbur IL Math And Science Academy Nikhilesh Gupta Meghan Ryan Hendrix Patrick Kilcullen Sophia Pribus Emily Genevieve Sallenb... Alexandra Sobczynski Alexander Zhong Peter Dong Leah Kind James B Conant HS Nicholas Chen Frank C Kernats Naperville Central HS Michelle Kee Jeremy Lin Oak Park and River Forest HS Maeve Doody Lynette Welter Patt Cheney Pekin Comm HS Kaitlyn Heaton Julia McCammon Madison Rudloff Elisabeth Sandoval David Knapik Scott Pyle Shannon Sandoval Peoria-Manual High School Tyra Johnson Jill Tully Kaylynn Sims Prospect HS Charlie Chengary Felix Garkisch Julia Holzl Josie Kaczkowski Sophia Konstantinou Joseph Lebrecht Erin McDermott Zoe Meier Gerard Pena Scott McDermott Michael Piccoli Molly McDermott Southland College Prep Charter HS Jalen Eugene Causey Tobias Davis Christopher Rapp Armanti Deshawn Reed Cheryl Frazier

Notes

# # #

PF OO DI PF IX INF 

9 LD PF HOU HOU # LD LD PF 

3 HOU 3 OO 25 HI 

53 DUO # DI DUO HOU

1 POI 19 USX IX # DUO DUO # DI HI # DUO POI DUO 

7 POI HI # DUO DUO 

– 194 –

Students and Coaches

Lauren Wells Thornwood HS Kezia Boohene Jada Johnson Javon J. Smith Gabrielle Dillon Shantina Lowe University HS (IL) Isabel Cutting Joseph Dubravec Riley Gillibrand James Han Izzie Jacobsen Nick King Tyler Livingston John Munn IV Yvin Shin Shaurya Taxali Brode Wall Lillian Wilkin Mark Adams Laurie Ann Adams Rebekah Hoffman Shannon Jean Maney Brian M Rohman Waterloo HS Jordyn Kretchmer Reagan Nichols John Rickert INDIANA Ben Davis HS Fatiha Biodun-Lawal Ariana Hampton Jazlyn Khan Fatimah Omotoso Yonas Tewelde Gary D. Peters Bethany Christian HS Reesha Bhagat Alex Cartwright Philip Krabill Rachel Leininger Alistair Tollar Aaron Yeakey Christian Yoder Michael Yeakey Stephanie Yoder Joel Yoder Bishop Dwenger HS Zach Nuerge Liam Row Joseph Straley Chad Chenowith Bloomington HS South Katrina Ruth Brown Darby de Lacy Fitzsimmm... Logan Hanchett Nidhi Sudarshini Krishnan Lia Sokol

Notes

18 DUO DUO

25 WS HOU # SEN ## IX INF IX PF HOU OO PF HOU WS  

1 WS INF 

# #

47 DI CX CX WS WS 

# #

3 LD WS WS WS USX SEN WS 

#

4 WS SEN WS 

1 PF PF PF WS SEN


(IN) Students and Coaches

Ron A Underwood Lauren Mark Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School Miles Madden Barth Isabella Marie Ford Will O’Connor Jessie Singh Alicia Drier J. D. Ferries-Rowe Canterbury HS Nile Adhami Lena Alt Grace Bechdol Linda Alt Carol Anders Carmel HS Sowmya Chundi Rohil Senapati Leah Lynn Tan Dylan Anthony Gentilcore Carroll High School Noah Johnson Michael Schaffner Meghan Stetter Cathedral HS Alex Koers Victoria Akinwande Henry James Eifert Nicholas Joseph Grill Brendan Hurley Sammy Kacius Hagan Shepard McClelland Anna Pohl Victory S Sampson Andrew Bauserman de la... Christina Gray Jeanne Malone Chesterton HS Sid Augustyn Anekah Fish Gianna Galante Emily Krygoske Azeezjamal Lakhani Indigo Loving Rebecca Mueller Lillian Roberts Anna Sanders Madison Simms Alan Stirling Grace Whah Sofia Winski Max Winski Josh Coots Chris Lowery Dakota Ray McCoy Eric J Schaefer Jacob Lukach Eric Field Kathy Hadley Concord HS

Notes

PF

##

37 WS LD LD WS 

15 HOU WS IX  

#

28 PF WS PF 8 USX

# # # # ##

8 SEN HOU IX WS IX WS WS USX DI WS 

# # #

## # # # #

48 HOU INF CX PF PF DUO OO DI OO CX POI PF PF DUO   

17

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Genevieve Carreno Caitlyn Cass Roland Kinsman # Zoey Rupp Blake Williams Kim Nonnenmacher Jeff Stutzman Fishers HS Taylor Boldevich ## Maddie Butler Kaylee Paige Marie Demlow # Darrell Fischer Reagan Nicole Frank Julia Susan Garrison ## Ana Maria Gaston Curren E Gauss Myra Elizabeth Kivett Thasneem Najum Malia Ulmer Scott D. D Black Matthew Netherwood Follman Paul J Kennedy Emily Elizabeth Walden Hamilton Southeastern HS Breanna Burris Natalle Cawston Braxton Frazier Jillaine Grant Maddie Harris Austin Henkel Niki Hite # Sam Matthew Huston Ishaan Modi Mike Ruddell Katie Sevier Laura C Stancato Thomas Woodring Bob Hinshaw Mater Dei HS Greg Mayer Isaac Memmer Noah Harrison McCutcheon HS Sophia Xioufaridou Laura Whitcombe Munster HS Aidan Chism Cynthia Chockalingam ## Noel Fary ## Emma Higgason ### Shreyas Iyer Charles Mason Michael McDunn Sami Muhrez Alyssa Nahnsen Jack Sullivan Kathleen Boyle Michael Buck Donald Fortner Jordan Mayer

– 195 –

Notes

POI POI PF DI PF  

13 HI SEN DI USX INF DUO HOU DUO POI INF HOU 

5 CX PF WS CX POI DUO WS PF HOU CX OO CX DUO 12 OO 4 IX



50 HOU HOU HI INF USX DI HI DUO DUO POI  


(IN - IA)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Kenneth O’Drobinak New Castle HS Katelyn Goodpaster Oliver Tompkins Susan M. Delay Noblesville HS Aubrey Brolsma Logan Browning Kyvaille Edge Ben Freeman Elissa Maudlin Macy Millspaugh Samantha Snyder Jacob Vernier Evan T. Elliott Chase Elliott Ronnie Swango Jack Vastag Fred Douse Park Tudor School Matt Fu Imaan Mirza Matthew Donald McGrath Christine Zavakos Penn HS Luke Brown Charles Johnson Lyvia Li Kriya Patel Michael Riley Oliver Riley Alivia Schultz Anya Tang Karen Wang Jeremy Michael Starkweather Kaitlin Dickman Plymouth High School Levi Crawford Josie Edwards Edgar Garcia Jack Garner Andrew Haines Austin Kizer Emma Kruyer Brenna Large Trent McKenzie Elizabeth Mendez Bridget Schafer Madison Smith Katy Smith Rylee Tostevin David McKenzie Sarah McKenzie Nancy Tyree Daniel Tyree Dylan Connor Charlotte Tyree Sydney Luse Mike Hutnik Ken Ols

Notes

#

41 BQ HI



7 DI DUO DUO HI # DUO # USX # OO DUO 

#

10 USX INF

22 WS IX # CX HOU # WS WS WS CX WS 40 ## DUO # OO # INF # HOU # DUO HI HOU HOU ### IX INF ## DI # DUO ## HI # DUO

   

– 196 –

Students and Coaches

R Nelson Snider HS Harrison Snyder Derek James Plasterer Southport HS Alexa Haines Terry Tripp Sara Berghoff David Luers Valparaiso HS Carolyn Bezotte Timothy Eduardo Bukata Meredith Hansen Kaitlyn Margaret Steele Mary A Fridh John T Peluso West Lafayette Debate Lucia Agnew Hamza Ali Timothy Carnahan Amogh Chaubey Sanjay S Garimella Arjun Grama Andy J. Kim Amrit Subramaniam Jason Wang Daniel J. Smith Aaron P Smith Priya Sirohi Westfield HS Bridget Arnold Elaine Ruth Quirke Benjamin Rascon Gracia Sabrina Kathleen Richard Holly Reineking Ralph Robinson IOWA Atlantic HS Genevieve Martinez Troy Roach Sarah Schorle Alexander Bales Trisha Niceswanger Bettendorf HS Brook Arnold Rebecca Davis Aiden Hamilton Jason Jiang Logan Quick Noah Rantilla Yash Singh Daniel Wilkinson Joe Rankin Kathleen VanTieghem Jared VanTieghem Clarke Community HS Samantha Belden Kennedy Bland Donal R May Davenport Central High School

Notes

#

26 OO 9 POI WS 

# # ## ###

23 LD IX LD USX

 

39 SEN WS ## LD WS # HOU BQ HOU LD # WS



1 INF POI WS HI

# ##

## ## ### ## #

24 WS SEN POI 31 WS DI HOU USX PF LD PF IX 

#

13 POI DI 

36


(IA - KS) Students and Coaches

La Della Frances Gallagher Bradley J. Hartje Davenport West Anton Kordick Maggie Rietz Dowling Catholic HS Catherine Haus Gavin Hynnek James Piazza Andrew Riley Holden Sisco Theodore Thursby Dashiell Weinhardt Timothy E. Sheaff Hempstead High School Blake Hohmann Bryan Keck Donald J Stanner Iowa City West Miles Clark Ethan D’Alessandro M.C. (Mengcheng) Guo Pakshal Jain Gautam Sharda Bivan Shrestha John H Cooper Kyle Kopf Kalen McCain Anna Correa Lillian Poulsen John F. Kennedy High School Abby Bonat Raffa Elsheikh Rahma Elsheikh Jeffrey Fuchs Lydia Mackey Casie Meyer Emily Robinson Andrew Shea Olivia Yee Jesse D Meyer Cyndy Woodhouse Johnston Morgan Alaimo Akshaya Kumar Taylor Siebert Parul Srivastava Sierra Wicks Jeremy Fitzpatrick Muscatine HS Jessica Ahluwalia Seery Anne Awbrey Dalton Belokopitovs Jeremiah Daniels Gabe Dipple Ezekiel Ellis Caylie McConnaha Ngonyo Mungara Kjirstin Osland Hannah Pautz

Notes

SEN 

40 IX

#

37 CX USX CX IX USX CX CX



1 PF PF

43 CX CX WS CX CX HI

4 HOU HOU # OO WS WS BQ ## WS # LD INF  

#

7 DI PF PF WS WS 

## ### ## ### # # #

49 INF POI DUO DUO HI DUO USX SEN OO HOU

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Notes

## DUO Macey Webber Brianna N Hilton Abigail Jade Zoller Connor Hilton Sioux City East HS 16 WS Jordan Abrams Janaya Barnes DUO HI Max Braunstein POI Leai Britton WS Denisse Camarena # DUO Whitney Lester DUO Jacob Licht DUO Carter Vanderloo Marissa Kuiken Nathan Irwin Theodore Roosevelt High School 33 ## PF Finn Andersen # Isaac Appel PF ## Olivia Appel INF # PF Sri Chilukuri HI Cael Fitch ## HOU Eleanor Hildebrandt ### INF Madeline Kahl ## SEN Claire Kallestad ## Jocelyn Marks IX # Dylan Morgan PF ## DI Ben Theuma Kyle Westin HOU # OO Fez Zafar Quentin Maxwell Hardt Aubrey Davidson West Des Moines Valley HS 41 Abby Bishop OO # LD Animesh Joshi # Sandrah Nasimiyu OO ### LD Conal Thomas-McGinnis  David McGinnis Trent Gilbert Carly Rieger TJ Foley Sam Basler Max Pilcher Abilene HS Elizabeth Collins Ivy Tompkins Blair Waite Dianna Waite Andover Central Eli Glaghassi Trevor Hopkins Aditi Kiragi Olivia Lara Trevor Quintero Sohail Jouya Andover High School Camden Baxter Chase Jordan James Harris

– 197 –

KANSAS

5 DUO DUO

#

13 WS WS IX WS WS 

21 USX OO 


(KS)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Taylor Moore Bishop Carroll Drake Dugan Dominik Lehmann Tony G Rosales Lauren Gengler Bishop Miege HS Josephine Axtell Joseph Fuss Evan Kalis Johanna Quigley Kathryn Taylor Melissa Reynolds Blue Valley HS Nicholas Clark Kaitlyn Dehais Sarah Gulledge Priyanka Kumar Nikhil Reddy Shadaan Syed Akshay Venkat Chris Riffer Caitlin Riffer Blue Valley North Ellie Anderson Ramya Chilappa Connor DeWolfe Farzad Janjua Prakhya Kakumanu Lasya Kambhampati Chris Lucas Mickey McMahon Jaren Muller Rory Swenson Alice Wu Brian Box Max H Brown Jeri Connors Willard Minha Jutt Alaina Walberg Eleanor Mendelson Luke Hartman Blue Valley Southwest HS Ashley Schuler John Michael Hardin Chris Hund Sarah Huppert Blue Valley West Tyler Cronin Arianne G Fortune Chanute HS Jay Brown Chase Reed Isaac Robinson Ryan Bearrick Cherryvale Middle HS Kyra Christmas Anna Meier Jeannette Shields Clay Center Community HS

Notes

4 DUO # DUO 29 HOU # PF PF # HI # HOU



#

32 INF USX DI INF IX IX USX



# ## ## #

25 CX CX DUO LD PF LD CX CX DUO PF OO

  

9 OO 

#

16 HI



1 LD

1 CX CX 1

– 198 –

Students and Coaches

Mattie Blackburn Jaiden Roff Hunter Squires Megan Blackburn Derby Daniel Archer Caleb Carter Jackson Davis Jack Sallman Sean Wentling Lynn A Miller Zac Angleton El Dorado HS Leenah Al-Turki Benjamin Barker David Staats Melisa Wingfield Roger Briggs Mackenzie Watson Fort Scott HS Mark Adams Hunter Adamson Jonie Antonio Neil Gugnani Shekhar Gugnani Brooklyn Lyons Ashton Nave Elizabeth Ngatia Zoe Self Rebekah Sweyko Madison Toth Dalton Wameldorff Jorden Willard Sarah Rainee Bahr Angella Curran Travis Don Toth Frontenac HS USD #249 Kennedy Gwen Allen Hannah Danielle Eckstein Cearrah Robin Garden City HS Daniel Darter Gracie Mueller Johb Silva Trevor Southern Russ Tidwell Alonso Peña Cody Morrison Dana Johnson Kasey Co Great Bend HS Patrick Heath Jalyn Lear Bayle Sandy Dan G Heath Kim Heath Hayden HS Cade Dennis James Nioce Marcel Pryor

Notes

#

WS BQ WS

30 SEN HOU # WS # WS WS 

30 INF # DUO # DUO 

20 ## LD # DUO # HOU PF PF ## DI WS ## OO # DUO ### HOU ## SEN # WS # WS  

# #

2 SEN INF

30 # DUO # LD DUO ## IX



#

35 INF POI DI 

13 DUO DUO INF


(KS) Students and Coaches

Notes

WS Alexa Scheer Ann Stegman DUO Emma Teply DUO John Dakota Samqua Travis Lamb Mark Radziejeski Hays HS 22 DI Mulu Bannister Codi Lynette Fenwick 47 Hutchinson DUO Daniel Miller DUO Alex Miller HOU Adriana Owens HOU Victoria Owens HOU Jacob Unruh # Seamus Wamsley CX # CX Kian Williams  Melissa Newton Loepp Junction City High School 3 WS Ethan Dozier Trevor Provost HOU  Cathy Rankin Kapaun Mount Carmel HS 16 Gus Emerson HI ## OO Zoe Lamborn Margaret Moore CX # Madeline Rowley CX Lauren Elizabeth Gengler Jackson Hoffmann Lansing Sr HS 13 PF Amber Dawson PF Madeline Claire Souser  Larissa Carter Sean Patrick Duff Larissa Maranell Lawrence Free State High School 13 # INF Sivani Badrivenkata Emily Bial POI # HOU Zachary Hill Timothy Huffman USX CX Maxwell Lillich Hugh Sidabutar HI CX Alexi Sommerville James Vereen CX # Spencer Yost-Wolff CX Julia Henry Kathryn Rose May Lipka Michael Shelton  Kelly Michael Thompson 31 Lawrence HS OO Aurelia Balcazar DUO Ellie Bates # DUO Jared Cote DUO Alexis Moulton Jasper Mumford DUO ### WS Vera Petrovic Jenna Riggins SEN # Haylee Rose WS HOU Joel Rose HOU Helen Viloria

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Kyra Larson Jeff Plinsky Evan Svetlak Cale Morrow Louisburg HS Wyatt Axmann Jenna Ghannam Brooke Talmage Joel Ybarra Lyons HS Liberty Belote Ian Foster April Guldner Elizabeth Schaefer Blake Seidel Daniel Dawson Adam Moore Maize HS Amanda Branom Jason Liang-Lin Jeannine Lopez Connor Mitchell Nathaniel Naputi Brynnalese Nelson Abby Wray Dan Loving William Charles Mercer Curtis Neil Shephard Will Mercer Jamie Welch Kathleen Barbara Maize South HS Ethan Cox Preston Means Brent Nation Wesley Rice Monica Schmidt Teri Larson Manhattan High School Will Bannister Trinity Brockman Sam Delong Tanya Singh Ryan Ward Mac Adam Phrommany Madison Sawyer Trevor Bashaw Angel Zelazny Karly Kinsey Mulvane HS Tyler Bayliff Shelton Lauderbaugh Madi Mitchell Alyjah Travis Jason Mitchell Newton Eli Blaufuss Ellen Garrett Fletcher Hummingbird Miguel Molina Chavez

– 199 –

Notes



# # #

#

3 WS WS WS 15 WS WS WS DI WS 

# # # ## # #

16 PF CX PF CX WS SEN HI 

# #

10 WS DI WS 

# ##

47 WS SEN HOU HOU HI

11 # DUO HI ## DI # DUO 

## #

28 USX INF SEN LD


(KS)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Robert Seth Williams David Williams Elizabeth Juarez Olathe East High School Aryana J Booth Anna Carr Breanna Kristian Hali Liu William Macfarland Aaditya Pore Teagan Townsend Suzanne Wright Stacy Goddard Olathe North HS Katy Cronin Lauren Ellenz Arjun Garapaty Samuel Liu Airianna O’Donohue Anish Srivastava Marshall Swanson Richard M. Belske Michelle Swanson Larry Swanson Olathe Northwest HS Chloe Chaffin LyLena Estabine Katherine Fabac Hudson Headley Abigail Lawler Sam Rinke Nick Saia Eric Skoglund Jessica Skoglund Mark Skoglund Kristen White Olathe South HS Tyler Ashton Boutte Benjamin Heigele Jo Ball Parsons HS Alyssa Gharmalkar Edward Workman Adam Payne Piper HS Christopher Baumli Andrew Flory Taran Kerst Scout Molder Katie Deneault Claire Haflich-Hazel Christopher Teters Pittsburg HS Jordan Akins Emma Annan-Noonoo Austin Edwards Audrey Goode Heaven Hardesty Brooklyn Hellwig Ximena Ibarra

Notes



19 WS ## POI DUO WS # WS WS # HOU DUO 

27 HI HOU PF PF WS # HOU # HOU

 

15 # LD INF # WS LD OO SEN HOU   

#

29 WS USX 

31 WS 

# #

5 POI WS IX LD 

20 CX OO ## IX HOU POI WS HOU

– 200 –

Students and Coaches

Mikayla Kitchen Joy Lee Leyton Marler Jacob Mathew Nathan Newby Violet Norman Antonio Ortiz Scout Peery Jared Spiers Julie Laflen Pleasanton HS Caleb Secrest Veronica Burris Salina South HS Miriam Benavides Savannah Bonilla Seth Carter Maya Daily Ayleen Escobedo Gavin Jones Tristin Kinderknecht Tiana Marion Ariana Nunez Brandon Stewart Jacob Sweet Maddy Turner Santiago Vasquez Megan L. Hagaman Shawnee Heights HS Stuart Joseph Luckman Bo Miller McKenna Moten Mallory Raugewitz John Williams Edward Collazo Shawnee Mission East HS Grant Colvin Ian Gould John Heeney Reilly Kenney Lukas Knopke Ana Lahovary Trey Witt Shawnee Mission North HS Tyler Ruzich Calvin Tran Meagan Deutch Shawnee Mission Northwest HS Ally Banks Sophia Fairchild Noah Gruman Julianna Kantner Alayanna Watson Ken King Cory Newman Phil Volen Mitch Wagenheim Shawnee Mission West HS Alex McCarthy Nicholas Wallenberg

Notes

# ## # #

HI POI USX PF PF WS IX CX USX 

1 INF 

#

## # # # ##

35 PF HOU WS HOU PF USX OO IX WS POI HI POI OO 

# #

24 USX WS OO

41 WS HI IX DUO # DUO WS

##



#

## ##

24 USX INF 22 PF BQ WS PF OO

 

#

44 CX CX


(KS - KY) Students and Coaches

Zachary Wallenburg Emma Worthington Jennifer Quick Silver Lake HS (KS) Kayla Brannick Bella Eisenbarth Michelle Taylor Spring Hill High School Carson Cole Amanda Ford St Thomas Aquinas Blake Arciga Joe Dotterweich Ben Smith Steven R DuBois Susan Dillingham Nat Burstein Sumner Academy Jaleon Brown Simone Folsom Ashlynn Freeman Amari Lewis Alecia Taylor Jamelle M Brown Topeka HS Cade Blenden Irene Caracioni Jacob Gernon Maddie Jacques Tierra Jones Andrew Rea Wesley Roush Hannah Johnson Dustin Rimmey Sam L. Schumann Randy Baldwin Topeka Seaman Connor Bryant Teagan Kress Ahmni Pang-Johnson Eric Patterson Zachary Dinges Chris Goble Topeka West Elias Coborn Jenna Gorton Matthew Baer Andrew Lake USD 355, Ellinwood Public Schools Sarah Hammeke Vance Stegman Washburn Rural HS Jake Berry Isabelle Crater Petre Dimitriu Sonya Doubledee Mohit Garg Donna Jalosjos Grace Kessler Harun Khan

Notes

WS WS 32 WS WS 5 SEN 

16 SEN POI DI 

## #

27 POI IX DI DI DI 

51 WS # HOU # IX # BQ POI LD SEN  

25 HOU WS WS # POI 

##

31 WS LD 

1 WS # ## ## # ## ##

35 CX DI CX PF IX PF CX CX

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Caroline Little Aditi Malay Tanisha Maru Bradley Mathewson Rachel Meyer Jiyoon Park Jimin Park Jaden Parker Raina Peter Austin Rea Emma Schroeder Cole VandeVelde Timothy Ellis Cindy Burgett Steven Davis Robert Owens Wichita Collegiate Upper School Carson Smith Rodney Wren Wichita East Maitri Ajmera Carlos Cedillo Nathan Do Ammeriahya Gonzalez Madeline Halabi Maria Ibrahim Aditya Joshi JoAnna Marks Sophie Miller Quan Nguyen Anaya Parikh Esra Qaki Prakriti Ravi Justin Real Sarwa Shah Malhar Tamhane Aryan Waghmode Noah Yust Mike Alexander Harris Andrew Halverson Tony Nation Melissa Swauncy Gabe Esquivel Wichita Southeast Zahra Ali Thinh Huynh Nelson L Warren KENTUCKY Bardstown HS Carli Hall Catherine Christian Bethlehem High School Joey Clark Jack Neel Laurel Riggs Jenny M. Neel Bowling Green High School Maddie Woodrum Janet Martin

– 201 –

Notes

HOU PF PF HI DI USX ## CX INF ## CX CX # CX OO # # #



 

#

5 IX 

## ## ## #

## # ## ## # ##

33 USX PF POI HOU CX PF HOU POI HI CX PF LD PF LD SEN CX HOU CX 

#

33 INF DI



4 POI 3 DUO # POI DUO 3 INF


(KY)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Danville HS Katie Critchfield Natalie Grubbs Emma Merryman Claire Strysick Joseth Warner Margaret Jenkins Beth Marlowe Steve Meadows Kolton Winfield DuPont Manual HS Kevin Cao Mark Raj Erica Cooper Kevin Gallagher Henry Clay High School Cole Knight Santiago O’Neil Ryan Ray Knott County Central High School Emily Fannin Bria ViOcta LoRae Stacy LaRue County HS Stefani Giles Katy Cecil Eric Cecil Jeff Mangum Lafayette High School Johnathan Hurley Tracey Bolinger Kenny Stancil Jim Combs Paul Laurence Dunbar HS Nasim Mohammadzadeh Parker Smith Sydney Sun Connie Hagans Neomia Areetta Hagans Flores Richard Hooper Rowan County Sr HS Kinsey Eisenhour Ansley Perryman McKay Thacker Gaige Webb Jordan Whittaker Lowell Dewayne Adkins Kimberley Reeder Trinity HS Walker Evans Mark Hughes Porter Hunt Amy M Zuccaro Conor Halbleib LOUISIANA Caddo Magnet HS Austin Kiihnl Eleanora Lawrence Palmer Miley Dain Ross

Notes

#

25 USX INF OO OO DI 

11 PF PF 33 LD LD 

1 HI

29 DI   

5 SEN

8 HOU PF PF 

32 HI DUO HOU IX # DUO 6 SEN IX USX 

14 CX CX CX CX

– 202 –

Students and Coaches

Kasi McCartney Comeaux HS # Jacob Foster Del Gonzales # Emily Guidry Jamie Jones Tori Lalonde # Rashon Leday Taylor Mier # Emily Miller Josh Moton Presley Nutter Damari Padilla Amiah Richardson Jazmin Rodriguez Jacob Simon David Thibodaux STEM Magnet Acade... Lee Gilley Adalynn Guillory Broty Stelly Amber Nicole Kemmerly Jacob Leger Brittany Turner Holy Cross School Mitchell Hodge Tahj Johnson Mason Meeks Zaire Rouge Mason Wallace Austin Wyman ## Blake Ziegler Warren P. Johnson Byron Arthur Isidore Newman School # David Adler # Griffin Descant Jackson Haber Andrew Herman Serena Klebba ## Kevin Qi Lynn Beeson Alma J Nicholson Christopher Vincent Greg Malis Ruston HS Hana Le Cade Williams Lindsay Beggs Bolton Southside High School Madison Keyser Havan Pleasant Scott C Johnstone St Martin’s Episcopal School Andrew Gary Warren Johnson St Thomas More Ellis Clay Megan E Broussard Teurlings Catholic High School Antonina Clementi

Notes 

32 DI HI POI DUO POI POI DUO OO HOU DI DUO DUO OO 2 INF SEN INF

11 WS WS HOU WS PF PF LD  

28 LD HOU USX IX IX WS  

11 PF PF

1 WS HOU 

1 WS

43 SEN 26 USX


(KY - MA) Students and Coaches

Adam Gothreaux Caroline Villemarette Arielle Latiolais Craig Wall MAINE Cheverus HS Daniel Haskell Daniel Haskell Deering High School Morgan Beals Selam Desta Glynis O’Meara Aidan Reid Brian Dodge Dirigo HS Jennifer-Sue Decker Will Hines Cassie Ava Quinn Bradley Conant Falmouth HS Caitlyn Bull Stella DelTergo Emmett Frueh Sarah Rabinowitz Ellie Rudnick Lyndsy S. Denk Jessie Grearson Joshua Denk Greely HS Carson Bell Zack Whiting Jason A. Curry Kennebunk HS Ethan Eickmann Tom Macisso Jim Eickmann Lincoln Academy Paige Camp Grace Canny Erin Dworkin Riley Stevenson Matthew Leland Maranacook Community Hannah Woodford Mackenzie Kelley Yarmouth HS Samson O’Donnell Mary Psyhogeos Katherine Siegel John Martin Russell York High School Joe Pooler Michele M Adams MARYLAND Arundel High School Carson Butts Catherine Campbell Lydia Doughty

Notes

#

HI WS 

11 LD 

##

15 WS WS WS WS 8 POI OO

## # #

9 POI OO PF PF WS

2 SEN HOU 2 # HOU

#

3 LD WS WS WS 

#

21 WS 10 SEN HOU HOU 4 HI

#

2 HI WS POI

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

# Chris McClung Macray Murray Maya Odom # Caroline Smith Carley Weed Crystal Weed Rachel Campbell Teresa Dimka Baltimore City College HS Olivia Koulish Tieeast Miles Rhea Taylor Amber Phelps Patrick Daniels Calvert Hall College HS Dailo Berroya Daniel Christ Brandon Hermosa Michael Kosmas Nathan Valencia Daniel Sampson Peter A Susko Loyola-Blakefield HS # Zach Durkin Marlo Lacson # Jakob Taylor Kevin Wallner Charles Donovan Steve Moss Gavin Mease Marriotts Ridge High School Yoori Kim Nina Wyckoff Jason Beall Montgomery Blair Peter Zhang Lily Sun Zhiwei Zhang Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart # Celeste Cubbage Nicole Cubbage Thomas S. Wootton High School Eshaan Moorjani Pranav Ramesh Catherine Boswell MASSACHUSETTS Acton-Boxborough Regional HS Katherine Chen Joshua Lee # Sam Lieberman Matthew Liu Aviral Mishra Anna Morville Sue Hennessey Sarah Hennessey Boston Latin School ## Umang Bansal Keith West Anthony Tao

– 203 –

Notes

LD USX WS WS IX WS 17 DUO POI DUO 

23 DI CX CX DI OO 20 DUO DUO HOU HI 

8 OO HOU 2 LD 2 OO 1 PF PF

10 LD WS IX LD USX IX 

3 WS 


(MA - MI)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Catholic Memorial School Jacob Azzi William Dashe Darius Gadsden Marcus Gadsden Brendan Julian Michael McCarthy Nicholas Olwell Rory Redmond Anthony K. Cavet Hopkinton High School Shreya Thalvayapati Steven Spiegel Lincoln-Sudbury Regional HS Daniel Cigale Brooks Howell Sandeep Shankar Jesse Sun Katelyn Dix Tim Nikula Milton Academy Jack Burton Neha Modak Matthew F Brandstetter Patrice Jean-Baptiste Natick High School Alexa Gilbert Jacob Moldover Alicia Paglia Sarah Donnelly Amanda Parker Joyce Albert Needham HS John Lively Zachary Lu Sasha Rieser Adam Nir Paul J Wexler Greg Cunningham New Mission - BCLA - ACC Josie Colon Danelia Gossop Dilon Nguyen Aleene Ramirez Emily Silas Ravi Singh Newton South HS Matthew Cole Caleb Lazar Coco Lheritier Nayleth Lopez ZoÃń McCreary Max Plottel Jessica Wu Amy Xiao Ellen Yang Felisa (Lisa) T. Honeyman Alan K. Tannenwald Josh Cohen Katani Sumner

Notes

20 # HI # HOU DUO DUO # DUO IX POI DUO



1 HOU

# ##

8 PF PF PF PF 45 HI USX  

23 HOU SEN HOU 

# # #

20 WS LD WS 

4 CX CX CX CX

# #

21 OO PF DI OO POI SEN PF WS WS 

– 204 –

Students and Coaches

Phillips Academy-Andover Victor Tong Sarah Driscoll Sacred Heart HS Kayla Turner Daniel Sapir Shrewsbury Joseph Andrews Steve Asthana Isha Chug Paulina Hruskoci Anirudh Iyer Brady McCue Jessica Peng Sophia Peng Haleema Siddiqui Lanna Wang Marc Rischitelli Scott Caron Gabriel Hopkins Hannah Hopkins The Bromfield School Nikhil Kommineni Kate Selig Michael Poe Ursuline Academy - Dedham Mary Kate McDonald Madison Mullen Hamsa Shanmugam Madison Michele Mullen MICHIGAN Bloomfield Hills HS Elizabeth Ashtari Isabella Ashtari Debra Moraitis Emma Ramsey Niklas Salah Catherine Daneshvar Cranbrook Hye-jin Kang Aashray Khanna Justin Luo Harry Ren Lindsiann Shi Derrick Zhen Christopher Bryant Dexter High School Zane Aridi Joe Lynch Debora K Marsh Grand Rapids City Emma Gavriliuc Summer Hickok Rayanna Himebaugh Jack Norman William Harris Portage Central High School Joseph Sturdy Theresa Mills

Notes

1 WS ##

23 DI 

## # ##

49 DI USX HI OO WS WS WS INF POI INF



# #

1 PF PF 2 DUO DUO INF

## ## #

# # #

3 OO INF DI OO POI 5 PF WS WS WS PF WS 7 PF PF



10 CX DI CX WS 

18 USX 


(MI - MN) Students and Coaches

Notes

Kaghen Miller MINNESOTA Andover HS Lucy Anderson Connor Bullock Emily Geiss Daniel Bordwell Michele Pinkham Jennifer Ancel Apple Valley HS Halima Badri Abigail Brachio Laurel Carter Jessica Connors Tai Henrichs Semaj Lee Uzo Ngwu Liza Rotty Ceceilia Voss Dan Hodges Luke Ostrander Devon D. Pendergast Claire Sagstuen Cade Alexander Shelton Tzitel Voss Scott Voss Jamaka Young Pam Cady Wycoff Tessa Dahlgren Chris Theis Brainerd HS Madi Schuld Meryl Tigenoah Dave Pritschet Champlin Park HS Edison Jensen Oliver Martenson Oksanna Samey Zachary Mark Hanson Wefel Chanhassen HS Shelby Jacobson Braden Johnson Peyton Kappel Anthony Meng Olivia Schaefer Robbie Wichterman Lizzie Williamson Natalie Williamson Kiley Eichelberger James Fedje Travis Rother Jim Fedje Lindsey White Erik Joerns Chaska HS Jeremiah Cox Andrew Brady Bev Diles Eagan HS

##

# #

# #

8 PF SEN PF

40 OO INF DI HI IX DI POI POI INF  

   

27 ### LD HOU 

10 LD HOU SEN 10 HOU SEN DI POI HOU HI # INF HOU  



21 INF 30

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Notes

Nickolai Ayeni Madeline Bergh Grace Boutouli Grant Davis John Flanagan Isabelle Hopewell Arush Iyer Sanjana Krishnamurthy Sourish Kundu Claudia Liverseed Nathan Lopresto Divya Mouli Claire Nelson Trinh Nguyen Raunak Pandey Audrey Parker Ayush Patel Jason Scheller Julia Sexton Eleanor Sprinthall Carter Starkey Chayla Velander Rita Anderson Ben Anderson Joni Anker Ross Eichele Seth Hammond Christopher McDonald Jodene H Wartman Maria Ferreira-Wagner Alex Gray Mollie Clark Robert Groven East Grand Forks Sr HS Nathaniel Thompson Kaitlyn Rae Van Beek Joseph Vincent Kalka Tanner Miller East Ridge HS KV Do Clare Faustina McIntyre Sam Padmanabhan Max Schiller Alexandra Smith Katie Carlson Katie Scholz Tammy Sue Trout McIntyre Alex Carlson Eastview HS Jordan Adams Siddharth Addagudi Rohin Alapati Campbell Bernstein Veeravikash Giritharan Pavan Guttipatti Allison Hering Nikhil Kapur Charlotte Krekeler Jake Lieder Mai Matsuhashi

HOU HOU SEN HOU HI POI BQ OO IX CX DUO OO HI DI HOU HI PF PF INF CX INF DUO

– 205 –

#

# # #

##

    

5 USX INF 6 # HOU HOU IX OO HOU   

22 DUO PF PF # DUO USX BQ USX PF HI # DUO OO


(MN)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Joseph Mayer Maxwell Schaefer Harika Thota Brady Beckman Bryan Grosso Todd W Hering Zachary Prax Ben Tully Edina HS Alexander Al-Najim Nihar Atri Joshua Ding Lily Jones Mark Kivimaki Nicolas Landon Aditya Rewalliwar Yash Shah Theodore Teske Anushka Thorat Ananth Veluvali Amanda Soczynski Hayden T Uihlein Timothy Edstrom Elk River Sr HS Joe Anderson Cheslea Bonk Joseph Eberle Ben Greni Allison Harmer Hawley Public Schools Kelso Anderson Derrek Christensen Kim Jeral Briana LaVine Leigh Highland Park Senior HS Zach Glaser Henry Kelly Tristan Kmoch Elsa Snowbeck Ursula Becker Melekh Akintola Lily Endo Lakeville North HS Noah Benavides Mason Braasch Dillon Brown Natalie Clark Nicole Cummings Alyson Hasner Annika Hurd Annika Kingsriter Christopher McCluskey Tejas Nenneman Emily Plotnik Andrea Schiefelbein Jack Tie Shashwot Tripathy Jennifer Baese Matthew T Briggs Travis Fick

Notes

DUO IX PF   

36 SEN CX # CX USX # LD CX HOU CX USX HOU IX

#

#

3 USX POI OO HOU 5 IX DI 

12 CX CX CX CX

28 DUO # INF POI DI DI DUO IX DUO WS WS DUO ## INF POI USX 

– 206 –

Students and Coaches

Meg S Krekeler Daniel Redfield Yatesh Singh Natalie Sintek Liz Vieira Singh Ali Moore Bryce Piotrowski Katie DeBoer Lakeville South HS Adam Erickson Logan Stenzel Ryan Tullis Deserea Niemann Bryce Piotrowski Maple Grove Noah Peterson Cody Dorumsgaard Minnetonka HS Priscilla Gail Bunday Christian Hilgemann Ethan Mirman Rachel Minjee Park Nolan Trinh Steven Wang Raymond Zhang Moorhead HS Greta Almlie Margaret Dickey Jack Matthew Entzion Alyssa Dianne Haagenson Grace Halvorson Jonah Samuel William Ha... Maret Holm Sophia Klindt Anna Larson Katherine Leiseth Stella Mehlhoff Suomala Emma Pranger Dylan Stage Cassidy Lee Wendt Annika Lynne Yoney Andrea Bakken Laramie Jackson Rebecca Lynn Meyer-Larson Andrew Tichy Andrew Eilola Lana Suomala Robbinsdale Armstrong HS Maggie Wuollet Richard Brynteson DJ Brynteson Celisia Stanton Roosevelt HS Sandy Bolton Zuko Buechler Tiana Bellamy Joseph Salzer Rosemount Sr HS AJ Tabura Cort G. Sylvester

Notes   

# #

11 WS LD WS 8 HOU 

# #

# # #

## ##

#

4 WS LD LD LD WS WS 37 DI OO DUO POI INF DUO HI HI INF DUO DI IX DI DUO INF 



4 LD



14 CX CX 26 OO 


(MN - MS) Students and Coaches

Dan Bungert Carol Sylvester Roseville Area HS Kellin Robinson Bret Hemmerlin St Croix Preparatory Academy Avery DeWitt Hans Gebauer Olivia Reeves Matthew Davis St Michael Albertville HS Lillian Albrecht Ryan Davis Cobin Szymanski Doug Birk St Paul Academy & Summit School Zach Dyar Liam Will Thomas M. Fones Bilal Askari St. Paul Central Mikhalina Solakhava Austin L Ahlman The Blake School Sujan Arora Allen Cao Sierra Erdman-Luntz Thomas Gill Jack Johnson Cole C Mathews Morgan Swigert Emma Wilson Isabella Wu Sandra J. Berkowitz Shane Stafford Christian Vasquez Eva Motolini Woodbury HS Nadia Franzen Jaycee Ronald Goossen Annika Olson Annie Ward Sophie Wu Dillon White Suzanne White MISSISSIPPI Hattiesburg High School Amber Hill Adonai Hill Raphael Scott Waldrop Laurel Christian School Claire Douglas Neeley Robertson Anita Boyd Madison Central HS Sara Cavicchi Jackson Day Natalie Gault Kelsey Mayhan

Notes



#

38 POI 

#

2 WS WS WS 9 PF HOU PF

#

15 PF PF



9 SEN

# # # ## #

43 WS WS WS PF PF WS PF WS PF  

2 INF DUO OO # DUO USX #



37 DUO DUO 

12 HI DI



# #

7 LD IX POI USX

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Conner McMillin Eric Narbo Sarah Shurden Jessica Styres Rachel Clapper Murrah HS Maisie Brown Evan Morrisey Micah Everson Oak Grove HS Hans Elasri Jed Guin Briah Hargrove Jackson Kennedy Nathaniel Jude Sims Alex Vera Noah Williamson Gian-Luigi Zaninelli Shane Cole Oxford HS Siena Cizdziel Barbara Lowe Pascagoula HS Victoria Alyse Byrd Lauren Hand Omar Villarreal Vernetta Jones Jessica P. Wilkinson Petal HS John Brady Amacker Jackson Maxcell Garner Breanna Masterson Kelly Clark Garner Skye Morgan Meghan Litten Ridgeland HS Austin Brown Juliet Buckholdt Bonnie Ballard St. Andrew’s Episcopal School Ishan Bhatt Kaleb Cassidy William Harkless Kenneth Khalil Jackson Anna Jaubert Steve Jiang Sameer Khan Vinson Lu Bain McHale Glen Till, III Christopher Wade Faraaz Yousuf Amy Zhang Darin M. Maier Jharick Shields Ruthie Taylor Starkville HS Michael Anran Lu Mia Catherine Robertson Lizzie Tomlin

– 207 –

Notes

HOU HI WS ## INF 

##

12 WS WS 

16 USX INF DUO DUO IX HOU WS ### SEN 

2 LD 

1 DI WS WS 

20 ### HOU # WS WS 

9 WS BQ ###

# # # ### ##

23 LD OO WS HOU CX CX POI CX HOU SEN OO CX HOU  

# #

4 PF PF PF


(MS - MO)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Notes

Aaron Long Wan Sonya Harvey MISSOURI Aurora HS Matthew Atwood Theresa Blackburn Blue Springs HS Ella Babcock Britt’ne Caldwell Francis Gatdula Chase Geisler Aidan Henry Noah Hinton Kaitlyn Johnson Billy Mears Jackson Smith Shayla Smith Trey Vermillion Kaitlyn Williams Adam Higgins Jacquelyn Young AJ Taula Blue Springs South HS Brendan A. Spicer Drake A. Wood Kelli Morrill Bolivar High School Ryan Cohen Ethan Samuel Brentwood Benjamin Haug Meghan Haug Lindsey Trieu Madhumathi Vijayalingam Robyn Haug Camdenton HS Jacob Curley John Hayden Garagnani Hannah Rogers Tom Martin Carthage HS Kylie Alexander Abraham Figueroa Jacob Alexander Kimrey Emily May Smith Adam Harrison Theis Lillian Towe Norman Carr Bryan Whyte Cassville HS Alex Mackey Colton Moore Talana D. Hinson Teall Williams Central HS Springfield Alexander Benton Isabel Eiserman John Georgiades Mary Hughes

PF



20 HI 

39 INF DUO HI WS HI ## POI ## OO # WS WS DUO DUO DUO

 

# #

24 PF PF



15 # HOU 

# # #

11 HI OO POI INF 

17 HOU WS INF 

26 HOU HOU DI CX CX # OO  

21 # HOU BQ 

#

41 CX LD USX POI

– 208 –

Students and Coaches

Michael Lee Bryan Liu Malia Morgan Trinity Reece Asa Scott Sai Prahasa Vuda Reagan Wiles Kristen Gammon Jack D Tuckness Gretchen Teague Lisa Anderson Clayton HS Dana Anderson Borna Dianati Emilio Rosas Linhard Krish Sardesai Jake Sher Sasha Ware Daniel Glossenger Justin Seiwell Deana Tennill Diamond HS Victoria Reynolds Stacey Billingsley Excelsior Springs High School Trey Potter Mason Watson Jeffrey Haney Francis Howell North HS Riley Lawson Uma Upamaka Randy Pierce Glendale HS Stormy Daffyd Kieran Baker Avery Anne Bolton Channing Isabella Bullock Blaise Winston Ebisch Paige Katherine Harris Spencer Andrew Ingram Halle Raye Jungmann Walker Kerry Montgomery Shawn William Morgan Alexis Colleen Morrison Lennon Rauhoff Meghan Elizabeth Rosem... Caleb Alexander Ruggeri Caleb James Thayer Kayla Thayer Allen Mark Josiah Sutton Gloria Deo Academy Ethan Mannecke Grace Cadence Richter lily grace Slater Melanie Popovich Grain Valley High Hannah Lytle Scott Overfield Brian J Winckler Greenwood Laboratory School Oliver Grace

Notes

CX PF PF LD HOU DI # WS

 

29 LD PF IX # LD HOU PF  

5 DI 

1 DUO DUO 

##

15 POI IX



# # ## #

34 WS WS HOU CX PF WS CX PF SEN OO CX CX WS BQ SEN 

7 WS HI DI

#

2 BQ DI 18 HOU


(MO) Students and Coaches

Jessica Parrish William Riley Heather Walters Kristen Stout Independence Chrisman HS Tyler Zeller Shelia Holt Independence Truman HS Brian Berner Hadley Brillhart John Crump III Gabbie Petentler Christine M Adams Taylor Ambrosi Jefferson City HS David Gillam Leticia Nketiah David Kenneth Tiethoff Jordan D. Hart Rachel Bruce Joplin HS Jeannine Crawford Megan Petersen Samuel Peterson Annaliese Vorhees Spencer Vreeland Misti Dawn Meads Kickapoo HS Kathryn Deck Grace Alexandra Laflen Gracie Maggard Zoe Sweaney Ethan Taylor Anna Weiner Jon Marc Baney Ladue Horton Watkins HS Ayush Ajmani Gabe DiAntonio Ari Gottesman Sam Hiken Max Kornfeld Catherine Liao Hale Masaki Donovon Moore Anna Reis Connor Ross Kaitlyn Thornton William Xie Melody Zhang Molly K. Beck Casie Sambo Scott Turk Rachel Economou Lafayette HS - St Joseph Aleigha Hammett Michael Shane Heard Lebanon HS Brandon Rhay Ford Mya Grace Garner Sam Overton

Notes

IX WS  

#

49 IX



40 WS DUO IX # DUO



26 DUO ## OO DUO 

##

# ##

33 HI LD USX SEN POI 44 PF OO LD POI PF IX 

39 HOU CX HOU CX ## IX WS # CX WS LD WS CX WS WS 

16 POI 5 WS USX

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Lee’s Summit North HS Katherine Ewing Devyn Holt Cydni Stanford Sean Sturdivant Benjamin D Jewell Rachel Russell Lee’s Summit West HS Victoria M Bingaman Benjamin Robert DeJonge Zach Evans Joe Harris Uzoaku Okafor Neily Hansen Randall Jacob Rush Jesse A West Matthew R Good Liberty North High School Ingamnwie Acha William Bendure Harrison Frawley Blake Katzenberger Abigayle Keller Selma Khalil Garrett Lampert Sadik Mohamed Kim Lenger Sean Nicewaner Liberty Sr HS Ricky Ames Ashlie Anderson Olivia Cotton Jonathan Edens Zach Ewbank Lukas Hudson Jake Islas Grace Johannes Noah Jolly Jacob Kane Abby Maloney Regan Mills Olivia Newell Layne Nichols Kelsey Pierce Maggie Quinn Abbie Schulte Daisy Smith Katherine Vlamis Tim Baldwin Mick J Turpin Don Johnson Natalie Schaller Marquette HS Jesh Gandhi Sarah M George Madison Lakamp Rachel Pang Megha Sanjay Cate Capshaw Sanazaro Marshfield HS

– 209 –

Notes

18 OO HOU ## DUO DUO  

12 HOU CX ## USX HOU OO # USX # CX SEN 

9 DI SEN # HOU # HOU CX HOU # CX USX #

 

# # #

# #

28 PF PF USX INF POI DUO HOU LD PF SEN LD HI LD WS OO DUO HOU POI PF  

21 PF # HOU SEN ## PF DI 14


(MO)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Hudson Keith Aikins Tatum Manary Tyler Johnson Rockwood Elijah Wolfard Greg A Holtschneider Kevin L. King Mexico HS Riley James Given Grant Monroe Norfleet Kylie Yeast Sara M Given Laura Loudenslager Monett HS Marcus Isbell Ben Verstraete Gary Cook Neosho HS Hannah Darlene Adams Rafferty Brown AbbyGayle Elizabeth Burns Chelsi Cargile Jacob Ewing Kelsi Glover Cooper Hayes Matthew Houk Jennie Hubbard Austyn Hughes Amber Miller Samantha Ortiz Gabee Rainwater Mackenzie Shields Megan Aleshire Laura L Watkins David L Watkins North Kansas City HS Aidan Thomas Himmler D... Viviana Hertling Marion Dorothy Johnson Charles Moloney James Moloney VI Sara Lynn Ragsdale Mariah ray Reliford Amanda L. Dolinger Shawn Daugherty Kerry Durrill Oakville Sr HS Connor Jones Edward G. Taylor Erica Brown Ozark HS Josie Lasley Nathan Harmon Park Hill HS Elizabeth Appel Samuel Cade Jay Elder Aleksandra Kalisz Maya Krump Zachary Palmer Ethan Simon

Notes

DUO DUO DUO DUO  

8 HI DUO # DUO

##



37 LD HOU 

46 DUO PF CX # DUO IX OO PF PF PF CX SEN # USX # HOU HOU 

42 PF DI OO WS WS WS PF 

#

19 USX 

18 HI 

# # # ##

38 LD CX CX HOU INF WS HI

– 210 –

Students and Coaches

Gabriel Smith Sabrina Smith Luke Zahnd Kyle Howe Don Crabtree Emily Henry Park Hill South HS Rose Catherine Coyne Amy Elizabeth Graham Matthew Alexander Kruse Tyler Curtis Unrath Maya Yildirim Jennifer Holden Kati Littleton Parkview HS Finley Bell Josephine Macchi Andre Swai Emory Williams Andrew Hart Chris Rothgeb Parkway Central HS Alex Kang Christian Schaeffer Parkway West HS Luke Donovan Kristina Humphrey Tyler Kinzy Jonathan Ma Connor Joseph Olliff Gokul Venkatachalam Cara Borgsmiller Amos Chen Rebecca Anne Craig Pattonville HS Mya Harris William Polster Nolan Prebianca Devin Zahner Edmond Zhang Jennifer Raymond Geoff King Pleasant Hill HS Alex Shelton Sean Berry Raymore-Peculiar HS Tevin Chavez Katie Clewell Alec Heriford Jaden Lanza Brenden Lucas Ella Rose Schnake Ian Van Horn Karla S. Penechar Todd Schnake Raytown HS Rae Deboe Tanner Ludwig Anna Maloney Infinatasia Moore

Notes

CX DI CX

 

19 PF USX IX PF INF



51 INF HOU # OO # POI 

31 USX 44 DUO DUO HOU CX HOU CX 

#

40 INF PF PF WS WS 5 HI



# # #

21 DI INF DI CX CX POI HI

 

37 WS PF WS LD


(MO - MT) Students and Coaches

Caleb Nading Lillian Rhodes Neftali Ruiz Sydney M Crank Zachary McGee Reeds Spring HS Kyah Barr Olivia Mottl Ashlyn Elizabeth Shafer Loran Jeanette Polson Stacey Pryor Republic High School Phillip Latamondeer Garrett Silvey Makenzie Tyson Karissa Y Talty Sarah Petroff Rock Bridge HS Will Cover Rachael Erickson Ben Kimchi Kiren MacLeod Amira Rose McKee Kaylee Sands Anna Xu Benjamin Niewoehner Rockhurst HS Grant Neil Auman Ryan Connor Noah DeHardt Jacob Gose Luke Pittman Jackson Paul Valenti Phillip R. Helt Ruskin Nikela Reed Kelly Michale Savannah R3 HS Luca Paul Freccia Cody Faith Proctor Staley HS Joshua Potratz Shiloh Dutton Summit Christian Academy Zachary Akeson Kennedy Cooper Kandace-Rose Gill Kaitlyn Gregg Ryan Wagy Mark Harris The Pembroke Hill School Jancyn Appel Katherine Brown Zoe Ganter Mulan Jiang Lily Jiang Jackson Letts Shirom Makkad Dasha McDonald Justin Smith

Notes

#

PF HOU # LD 16 DUO DUO POI

## ##

# # #

20 IX INF INF 9 PF SEN PF USX OO WS OO

44 LD IX # PF # PF HOU IX

#

7 POI #

20 OO 4 HOU 

6 WS WS WS WS WS



19 USX HOU INF # CX CX IX HOU SEN 

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Bryson Kenworthy Troy Buchanan HS Denise Crocker Jessica Brunts Willard HS Sierra Akiona Maile Barry Taylor Morgan Blake Jayce Burney Ethan Gambriel Terah Kidwell Denzel Ransom Raelyn Schapeler Tyler Simpson Kathy Tobin Tom Tobin Laramie Ellis MONTANA Big Sky HS Brady McBride Fiona Morrow Eli Brown Blake Sherman Billings Sr HS Elisapeta Mamea Sonia G Davis Benjamin Norberg Kathy Johnson Bozeman HS Christly Bright-Agindotan Willow Craighead Aiden Farmer Katie Gregoire Amelia Hartshorn Elsa Grace Horgan Esmirelda Hurd Erika Joy Johnson Nic Kuntz Irene Liang Megan Brooke Mahoney Kiki Johnson McMahon Joshua Nguyen Michelle O’Shea Jackie Olexa Kamila Ponce Jackson Raecke Parker Summerhill Macy Ann Thompson Brittany Janelle Alberson Lynn M.J. Holsinger Lila Michael Adam Thane Greer Trefethen Colter Langan Butte HS Leif Clark Clint Connors Terri Hartline-Belke Roger McCullough

– 211 –

Notes

1 DI 12 USX INF # DI WS ### DUO HI IX HOU # DUO 

8 HI SEN 14 POI

50 POI HI PF # WS CX DI CX DUO WS PF CX # DUO WS # WS WS LD CX USX INF #

 

# ##

27 IX INF  


(MT - NE)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Ashley Johnson Corvallis Michael McKay Doug McConnaha Michelle McConnaha Flathead HS Eva Bruce Savannah Metzler Scott O’Donnell Annabelle Pukas Carson Robison Sarabeth Rogge Kianna Storm Alan Taylor Julia Wynne Donigale Dilworth Sean D O’Donnell Shannon O’Donnell Glacier HS Dresden Allred Mercedes Altman Rebich Kaitlyn Carter Ashlyn Cleveland Parker Davey Zach Hill Drew Lorenc Hannah Nikunen Hallie Nikunen Akhil Patel Asher Robinson Chris Adamcyk Ivanna Fritz Sara Menssen Helena HS Hannah Muszkiewicz Daniel Ruether-Affor Jennifer Kirby Hermanson Ben Terhune Stephen Alan Seder Annie Hanshew Hellgate HS Maia Decker Estrella Pallis-Bonadurer Sammy Thomas Laurel High School Hannah Kopp Elizabeth Anne Schwartz Sentinel HS Collin Baker Madeline Braun Stephen Clement Jack Duerk Kade Hedahl Daisy Kulina Maxwell Nordquist Nash Sauter Ethan Seiler Halton Stancil Meredith Rose Britt Cassidy Lehne Brooks

Notes

##

6 USX



40 HOU INF # USX # LD POI OO WS WS # OO  

# # # ###

12 DUO HOU PF SEN HOU DUO DUO PF PF PF DUO 

#

19 IX WS 

# ##

16 LD WS 1 HI

28 HOU # HOU DI CX OO CX HOU HOU IX WS

– 212 –

Students and Coaches

Notes

Jena M Burke Skyview HS Abigail Oltrogge Kerry Gruizenga NEBRASKA Bellevue West HS Mellany Escalante Becca Hier Dan Christie Caroline Drohan Cozad HS Mariana Hermosillo Gavin M Skiles Creighton Preparatory School Dominic Mendlik Jaliya Nagahawatte Nathaniel Reyes Richard D. Brown Dominic Amando Hernandez Elkhorn South Pyper Haarala Lindsay Vecchio Gothenburg HS Christopher Atteberry Weston Jinks Maxwell Jinks Lauren Waskowiak Kaitlyn Clark Amy Fleer Kaitlyn Mason Joshua Clark Hastings Carter Wenburg Delta Fajardo-Norton Lexington Keith Allen Daniel Arias Lincoln East HS Sasha Belashchenko Erin Bell Abby Chan Lucas Chen Suzie Cho Alix Cui Georgia Giannakas Snigdha Jangala Zoe Keese Andrzej Korlacki Joshua Lee Savannah Mayer Aleah Miller Kylie Miller Tim Nipper Avani Nooka Pranav Palli Divith Rajagopal Minjae Song Pratham Soni Truman Thompson

29 DI 

14 OO 

5 DI # ## #

44 USX IX POI



4 LD 13 HI DUO # DUO INF

29 HOU 

7 POI 46 # LD # HOU HOU WS ## IX ## WS # SEN WS # INF WS PF HI INF # POI DUO # WS CX WS WS CX DI


(NE - NV) Students and Coaches

Carlie Villar Kai Waddell Elle Barts Nick Herink John Holen Rachel Stevens Lincoln HS Hassan Almusawy Mikil Foss Luke Moberly Juliana Quattrocchi Tristian Swift Madeline Walker Jessica Brauer Victoria Freeman Lincoln North Star Azza Elhaj Layla Omari Colten James White Lincoln Southeast HS Sara Al-Rishawi Sandra Leybold Alexander Nydahl Samuel Province Tommy L. Bender Samuel Segrist Lincoln Southwest HS Tatum Johnson Janana Khattak Dawson Nguyen Anna Synya Prema Vasudevan Toni Heimes Matt Heimes Marian Shruthi Kumar Omaima Lado Halli Tripe Katiana Fischer Megan Ojeda Millard North HS Aanya Agarwal Grace Clausen Ben Finnestad Jacob Garlock Gavin Graves Rahul Guda Campbell Haasch Grace Klinefelter Sree Kolli Ben Lampman Pranay Mathur Ian Matuszeski Miranda McDaniel William Nervig Oliver Niu Zach Shelton Lucy Tu Thomas Wang Payton Winterhof

Notes

DUO PF 

#

23 CX BQ PF USX CX PF

# #

10 WS SEN

#

36 WS DUO # DUO # HOU  

#

17 HI POI HOU HOU HOU  

30 OO HOU 

## # # ##

#

## # # # #

34 LD CX CX IX CX OO USX PF USX LD HI BQ CX DUO PF PF DI DUO PF

Students and Coaches

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Notes

 Sabrina Denney Bull  Aarron Schurevich Millard South High School 28 Liam Singleton SEN Rebecca Johnson James Constantino Millard West High School 23 # DI Joanna Bai Aaryan Naik INF  Jennifer M. Jerome 31 Norfolk HS Shawn Bryde DUO # DUO Adison Cassity  Peggy Belt 7 Norris Public Schools Christopher Boon WS Kate Rhianne Millington DI Matt Rosenau  Kelly Wieting 23 North Platte HS ## USX Drake Berry  David Cooper Omaha Brownell Talbot College Prep 8 ## POI Surya Verma Buddharaju INF Brianna Sarah Liu # IX Janie Zhenni Xu Chris Hamel Omaha North Magnet HS 1 Trey Smith SEN Michael Brown 5 Pius X HS Anna Krueger OO HI John Tines  Nolan DeWispelare Meg Hicks Beth Reeves

NEVADA Advanced Technologies Acad Phillip E Irving Jacob Joseph Kessler Jaden Nguyen Yaseen Shah Matthew Vogel Courtney Stern Arbor View HS Tyler Scott Norkus Kelli Sommer Bishop Manogue Catholic HS Alyssa Poudrier William Elbert Monsey Carson HS Kieran Dazzo Rosiland Macy Mary Gwen Milburn Sophie Peterson Kate Torres Nathanial David Wetzel Nicole Ashley Clinger Patrick Mobley

– 213 –

19 LD DI OO # SEN HOU 7 LD 19 LD 16 DI DUO POI # POI DUO HOU 


(NV)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Cheryl Macy Jason Macy Clark HS Sophia Adams ## Shivam Saran Rishabh Saran Alejandro Sigui # Katherine Van Voorhis Brock Walker # Zachary Walusek Robin Brown Marlena Sarver Coral Academy Of Science Las Vegas Connor Dandridge # Caden Denning Jenna Fliesen Aj Joseph Marker Akshatha Narasimhan Nik Sharma Alexandro Zavala Amanda Sloan Coral Academy Of Science Reno # Ariana Gabriel Lauren Howell Karen Gabriel Grant Gabriel Coronado HS Dylan Ryan Beach Dakyung Lee ## Sara A Ross ## Abigail Nadejda Spencer Seth Porter Winterton Brandon Komatsu Damonte Ranch HS # David Joseph Barrientos Kaylee Nguyen ### Jenni Whitbeck Jill Whitbeck Jade Whitbeck Desert Oasis HS Ethan Brown Mary McInturff Earl Wooster HS Hannah Branch Nick Chapman Donald Speth Elko HS # Radhika M Bhakta Noah Byers Cameron Eden # Marlu Martens Zoey McJunkin # Lindsey Oppenhein ## Gina George Zayat Ben Wallek Foothill HS Jaylah Wilson Eric Luchs Green Valley High School Nicholas Coombs

Notes

15 USX PF PF POI WS IX WS 

3 USX USX INF DUO OO DUO IX 

2 LD

15 PF LD HOU HOU PF 5 USX HOU SEN 3 HI 

12 OO WS 20 HOU HOU HI OO DI DUO DUO 17 OO 26 HOU

– 214 –

Students and Coaches

Autumn Haikal ## Samin Kamal Benjamin Khoh Kevin Leong # Sherry Liu Shria Ramanathan # Kareem Safieddine # Radhika Shah ## Anthony Winchell Cade Cottrell Tanya Fergen Michael Lamb Incline HS # Forrest Derr Michelle Wise Bellard Northwest Career And Technical Acad... # Manuel Blanco # Cosette Fronczek # Alexandra Kallaher Alina Langit Ashley Martinez Meagan Pe # Geneva Williams Josh Symmonds April Symmonds Palo Verde HS ## Sofia A Bletnitsky # Ryan Knippel Sophie Mallas Shiela Berselli Rancho HS Sheila Sattley Anthony Banto Corey Brown Reno HS Cameron Turner Albright # Asa Abraham Bizar Samantha Clements # Jeremy Eric Guevin Lucas Jon Humes # Adam Kamka Chloe Kinerson Elena Li # Logan William Strand Katherine Cavanaugh Th... # Andrew Michael Tran # Amanda Nicole Williams Christy Briggs Spanish Springs HS # Vanessa Rose Ribeiro Anna Catherine Santoro Spring Creek HS Hayden Jeffrey Binger # Illa Cress S. Joy Shelver Spring Valley HS # Elexesninnia Villanda Julie Roos The Davidson Academy Of Nevada # Caitlin Hamilton

Notes

INF CX DUO DUO CX INF CX WS CX 

8 INF 5 HOU IX SEN DI WS LD POI 

18 PF HOU PF 

8 HI 

41 IX LD PF USX CX WS BQ INF PF PF CX PF 

4 HI

15 WS WS 12 WS 4 CX


(NV - NM) Students and Coaches

Siena Kelso-Mooney Rhiannon Bennett Moore Aayan N Patel Leo James Phelan AnnElise Hatjakes

Notes

# #

NEW HAMPSHIRE Phillips Exeter Academy Albert Chu Anjali Gupta Betty Luther-Hillman NEW JERSEY Delbarton School Rohan Amin Dylan Cawley Andrew Fostiropoulos Alexander Luo John Manahan Christopher Maximos Yash Patel Jack Townsend Lajuan Foust Mary T Gormley Martin Page Michael Tidd, OSB Jeremy Andreades Elizabeth High School Hunter Ayala Justin Dolalas Damien McCree Renee Drummond Brian Rodriguez Freehold Township Shubhum Agarwal Nadine Jose Asha Prabhat Caryn Burstein Jennifer Kraus Millburn High School Ranen Miao Sanah Singh Anusha Veluri Jordy Barry Montville Anwen He Andrew Lin Kevin Mao Jay Sandeep Mulay Christine Sun Mark Iannelli Newark Central HS Isiah Briggs Zawadi Kabazimya Dennis K. Philbert Saul Grullon Newark Science Gabriel Quinde-Paez Javier Serrano Jonathan Alston

CX WS IX SEN

1 PF PF

# # ###

14 WS USX WS PF PF USX PF PF   

23 # DUO # DUO POI 

24 LD OO INF 17 ## HOU HOU LD

# ## #

39 WS IX IX BQ USX

4 DUO # DUO 

31 CX CX



TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

David Asafu-Adjaye Newark Tech Zaniah McKoy Tasawn Roberts Anthony Rock Queen Lou Allen North Star Academy HS Michael Torto Malcolm Qaadir Minor Randolph High School Kyle Johnson Brenna McConnell Claudia Pietrus Allison Wu Julia Yan Peter Quinn Ridge High School Raheel Abubakar Vikram Agrawal Udheesh Gaddipati James Gao Mason Krohn Injae Lee Tanvi Namjoshi Aadhavaarasan Raviarasan Emma Reilly Dylan Saini Kevin Tang John Tondora Miah Vesotsky Kathy Wei Grace Zhu Stephanie Franca Abramovitz Samuel Hoffman Ryan Monagle Bailey C Rung David A. Yastremski Alex Rivera Isaac Keller Nick Hansen Summit HS Iain Rafael Alvidrez Ryan Colon Josh Daley Tim Erday Jeffrey Fowler Jack Quinn Harry Saroff Samantha Sirabian Ethan Daniel Zucker Jim Poyner Anne Poyner Watchung Hills Regional HS Deepa Irakam Roopa Irakam Anitha Irakam NEW MEXICO Albuquerque Academy Zachary Auster

– 215 –

Notes

1 CX CX 2 DI 30 IX WS OO WS OO

# ## # # # # #

19 HOU WS WS USX HOU SEN LD WS HI HOU WS HI DI POI HOU 



15 # DUO # INF DI # DUO PF PF # HI POI INF 

1 WS SEN

33 IX


(NM - NY)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Shea Fitzgerald Addison Fulton Ankit Jaiswal Evelyn Nguyen Stephanie Rifkin Sierra Romero Milton Rosenbaum Gabriel Sandoval Huzefa Saria Moira Tanedo Carolyn Wang Akshay Warrier Sofia Wolinski Brianna Xie Sheridan Johnson Elise Matton Jeremy Pena Michael Chavez Jeffrey Devereaux Cottonwood Classical Prep Rhiannon May William Torres East Mountain HS Aubrey Amon Abigail Bryant Tiffany Delgado Autumn Hamman Isaiah Moonlight Kellen Nee Steffen Ortiz Trey Smith Hannah Flake Eldorado HS Tejas Kandath Barbara Leppala Paul VanZandt Jemez Mountain Home School Caleb Schultz Carolyn Connor La Cueva HS Julianna Donahue Matthew Pecasting Isabella Willhite Susan Schripsema Aubree Hansen Los Alamos High School Antonio Dowdy Emily Holmes Malea Joyce Samuel Menefee Nilesh Mukundan Gopal Nadiga Neha Sadasivan Sonyia Williams Margo Batha Mayfield HS Mireya Cosima Sanchez-... Austin Martin-Likes Rio Grande HS Cesar Chaparro

Notes

PF DI PF DUO PF CX CX CX DI # POI # OO CX PF DUO

#

2 POI

### #

11 HOU HOU IX HOU BQ SEN SEN



## ##

 

30 USX HOU 

#

14 HI 

#

27 WS HI WS

### ## # ### # # ## #

37 LD WS INF WS USX WS OO WS

#



##

5 LD

20 DUO

– 216 –

Students and Coaches

Notes

Britonya Fleming Isabella Garcia Jeremiah Quintana Michele Lockhart-Henry Edward Henry Taos HS Amy Grace Lewis Andrea Usherwood V. Sue Cleveland High School Jordan Moody Michelle Watson NEW YORK Achievement First Brooklyn HS Sasha Bogan KM DiColandrea Berkeley Carroll School Mosab Hamid Jordan Hickson Jake Pellett Alayna Thomas James E. Shapiro Traci Lyn Thomas Chaminade HS Paul Caruso Sean Lochner Andreas Pantazakos Peter Vouthas Charles Weiler John McGrory Collegiate School Nathaniel Hylton Peter Jin Alexandra Sencer Andrew James Welton Democracy Prep Bronx Prep Milthon Amparo Sarah Rosenberg Luis Cardenas Norberto Troncoso Democracy Prep Endurance Safiatou Compaore Ashley Morel Adrian Tejada Sarah Rosenberg Luis Cardenas Norberto Troncoso Edgemont HS Amar Sandhu Rohan Shah Brian Manuel Natalie Polanco Fontbonne Hall Academy Alexa Vasquez John Herron Nicole Marinello Hackley School Philip Bonanno Tucker Wilke Shane Gilbert

WS WS DUO  

35 WS 1 INF

2 OO 

#

12 POI DI IX INF 

# # #

52 POI WS WS LD LD



#

5 SEN LD 

#

12 HI



2 # DUO # DUO # HI 

1 CX CX 

3 OO 

2 PF PF


(NY - NC) Students and Coaches

Asher Spector Horace Mann HS Ethan Kim Sajan Mehrotra Saif Moolji Taimur Moolji Jonathan Nye BelÃľn Mella Matthew Salah Iona Preparatory Jack Ertl Allen Raja David Stinga Charles Sloat McQuaid Jesuit Richard Aguirre Daniel Backus Zachary Briggs Xavier Brown Connor Carrigan Jake Longuil Michael Mitrano Mike Pavone Kathy Ruppert Our Lady Of Mercy Elizabeth Annania Laura Giugno Rory Elizabeth Herrema Emma Raymond Shannon Ruppert Stephanie Zajak Pelham Memorial HS Isaac Blackburn Rebecca Jacobson Nicholas Lieggi Thomas Beck Neil S. Schleifer Poly Prep Country Day School David Bogner Daniel Fernandez Noah Kaye Jakob Urda Julia Bittencourt Maggie Woodward Cait Bliss Regis High School Jack Delaney Finn Donohue Patrick Flood Cameron Greene Jacob Kaiserman Nathan LoPinto Morgan McCordick James McGibbon Timothy Nguyen Obinna Nwako Ryan Shanahan Jonathan Singleton Juan Arturo Trillo Daniel Tully

Notes

## ##

6 PF PF PF PF

35 DUO # DI DUO 

# ##

## # #

13 OO WS WS POI WS HI USX DI 

1 WS LD WS WS WS 8 HOU POI HOU 

# #

## # # # ##

5 WS PF PF

47 WS WS DUO BQ USX DUO WS WS DUO DI DI WS HI DUO

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Eric DiMichele Roslyn HS Arielle Fishler Maryam Tazari Scarsdale HS Jaden Bharara Madeline Brew Genie Enders Meredith Hurshman Charlotte Irwin Danielle Piccoli Nabiha Qadir Jack Silvers Abhinav Vittal Joseph Vaughan Will Maldarelli Chris Paulison St Joseph’s HS Atta Gould David Risley Stuyvesant HS Jeffrey Chen Stephy Chen Julie Ha Rae Jeong William Lohier Aidan Ng Duval Bodden Julie Sheinman Tiffany McLarty Abbas Omar Syosset HS Ronit Dhulia Brett Fabregas Asher Gladstone Leyla Hagan Sohail Mohammed Rowan Stuart Suhail Younus Lydia Esslinger The Dalton School Zara Chapple Sehan Choi Ilana Cuello-Wolffe Josh Fielding Rebecca Solomon Jj Yu Terrill Caplan Xaverian HS Emma Cassidy Louis Savoia Brendan Gorman Patrick Drexler Charles Frodella NORTH CAROLINA Apex Friendship High School Nathaniel Fair Kimberlee Eckstein Amanda Robinson

– 217 –

Notes 

10 WS

# #

28 INF HI USX OO DI IX POI IX USX 

#

8 OO

34 CX CX CX HOU # POI CX

 

# # # # ##

41 USX WS INF INF HOU HI IX



3 PF PF PF PF PF PF

11 HOU IX

1 HOU


(NC)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Ardrey Kell HS Christian Brown Rachana Charla Lewis Dubrowski Callan Hazeldine Ethan Kim Debeshi Kundu Michelle Liu Nikhita Nanduri Avideep Pradhan Sanjana Raj Gabriel Schuhl Adarsh Sukumar Aleksander Trivanovic Vineel Vanam Hrudey Venkataraman Bilal H Butt Chris Harrow Asheville HS Ella Carlinnia Ilyas Colie Nora Flynn-McIver Elizabeth Greer Keith Pittman Vern Lepa Cape Fear Academy Maya Arora Kavita Persaud Cary Academy William Aarons Rj Jain Ritvik Nalamothu Jay Sagrolikar Becca Segal Viraj Shah Cade Spector Grace Wissink Eric Xing Jessica Zhong Claudia Zimmerman Shawn M Nix Richard J. Pellicciotta Willie E Warren Charlotte Catholic HS Louis Ciano David Edwards Katrina Nilles Mariana Rodriguez Ian M. Mikkelsen Charlotte Latin School Gavin Gwaltney Jakob Lucas Sarah Picciola Gauruv Singh Zoe Spicer Luke Tillitski Daniela Williams John R Boals Hunter Martin Jonathan Maurice Peele

Notes

# # ### ##

### # #

9 PF INF HOU PF DUO DI IX OO DUO IX WS SEN WS LD HOU 

23 INF SEN # WS HOU



##

4 LD

19 WS SEN HOU HOU IX LD USX ## POI WS WS IX # ##

 

6 WS ## LD DUO DUO 21 ### PF CX CX # PF WS ## SEN HOU 

– 218 –

Students and Coaches

Tara McLellan David Zell Cumberland International Early Colle... ## Emma Berry Brian Craig Keana Fletcher ## Christopher Kitchen ## Christopher Murphy Shannon Jarman Cumberland Polytechnic HS Francisca Altenor Hezekiah Bryant Seth Hammond Kolade Kolawole Alexa Lazatin Ryan Pickney Michelle Lemyra Boswell Evelyn Stackley Durham Academy Chris Burkhard Matthew Chang Mukta Dharmapurikar # Bennett Dombcik # Emily Donaldson # Mac Hays # Adriana Kim ## Emily Kohn # Annie Ma # Andrew Owens # Jacob Palmer Daniel Park Izzie Pierson ## Davi Sapiro-Gheiler # Kiran Sundar Kellen A Kane Crawford Leavoy Jeff Welty Daniel Siegel Reena Sudan Dylan Powers East Chapel Hill High School Ruby Wang William Warren Jasmin Nabors Will Mascaro East Rutherford HS Quantel Jarod Petty J Patrick Moss Hickory Ridge High Jordan Tate Melanie Elicker Massey Hill Classical HS Nick Schultz Brittanie McNeil Tashiana Reynolds Myers Park High School Elias Altman Annie Vedder Katie Dunn North Mecklenburg HS

Notes 

6 INF DUO DUO WS OO 

5 INF DI DUO HI DI DUO 14 BQ PF USX WS SEN PF PF HI OO PF WS PF PF POI OO  

14 HOU

1 DI



1 HI

11 WS 36 WS WS 20


(NC - ND) Students and Coaches

Satya Khurana Amith Koneru Jakob Nusinov Julian Price Nicole Sivells Michael Bischoff Pinecrest HS Olivia McCue Ann Petersen Ben Denton Providence High School Zain Chaudhry Connor Deir Maria Echeverry Omotayo Fasan Charlotte Houser Hunter Kouchi Owen Phoenix-Flood Arthi Ranganathan Varun Sattenapalli Joy Yochem Megan S Butt Radeyah Muhammad Research Triangle HS Jonathan Hayden Ollie Stoneman Deborah Brown South View HS Christopher Robert Vand... Roni Winston William G. Enloe HS Tej Gedela Ameya Rao Rohan Ray Mary Earle

Notes

# # #

OO PF PF HI POI 13 DI

22 LD WS WS POI # USX HOU # CX USX HOU # CX #

1 WS WS # #

18 WS 21 LD HOU HOU

NORTH DAKOTA 6 Devils Lake HS Devyn Halvorson OO Loren Nieuwsma 3 Dickinson HS # Hillary Moberg WS Kyler Smith SEN Nathan Amberg 11 Enderlin HS Layla Anderson HI # HI Brooke Christensen DUO Trissa Gross # DUO Nikki Peterson # WS Alexa Zinke  Frank Patrick Egan  Terri Egan Fargo Davies HS 8 ### USX Dyuti Dawn # Ishika Gupta LD # HOU Juliet Sampson ## USX Forrest Weintraub Kayla Hawley  Denise Raeder Johnson Fargo North HS 39

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Anika Arifin Martha Denton Erica Flores Clover Ellingson Fargo Shanley HS Claire Bailly Juliet Geffre Rose Grimestad Mitchell Krings Jeremiah Moore Josh Ward Brian Geffre Pennie Fike Grace Ward Fargo South HS Xuan Le Gabrielle McGarvey Gayle Hyde Grafton HS Alaina Droog Chris Pankow Grand Forks Central HS Oliver Dalmi Kathleen Bolstad Mandan McKenzie Prochnow Annette Bender Milnor High School Eric Romero Lynn Jacobson Red River HS Collin Polasky Ryan Prusak Sarah Tuchscherer Richardton-Taylor HS William Bartz Eden Bartz Robert Bartz Jacob Christianson Truman Hamburger Cheyden Paulson Gae L. Zentner Shiloh Christian School Galilee Mengesha Erin Weichel Annette Bender Valley City HS Lillian Kiefert Madi Klabo Maggie Oberlander Olivia Slyter Nicholas R. Lee West Fargo Sheyenne HS Preeti Chemiti Dhruvika Y Patel Aryaman Sharma Krista Hulderman Nathan William Kurtti Kelsey Johnson Abby Neppl

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Notes

##

WS PF PF 

36 BQ ### SEN HOU # IX INF ## IX 

38 WS WS



1 DI

25 WS 18 WS #

5 POI 10 PF PF



26 DUO DI DUO WS HOU # INF 2 LD

#

### #

17 WS DI POI POI 4 OO WS HOU 


(OH)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Notes

OHIO

Austintown Fitch HS Johnna Blystone David Gunger Brett Comeau Lauran Ferguson Beavercreek HS Isaac Klenda Luke Richard Lunday Rahul Guha Boardman HS Bryce Edison Lisa Marie Anzevino Eric Simione Matt Coppola Brecksville Broadview Hts HS Gabby Dachtler Ian Stewart Kaylyn Gamertsfelder Bass Mark J. McCandless Canfield HS Anthony Biondillo Kaleigh Ceci Angelo Cestone Prabh Dhaliwal Robert Faix Gregory Halley Sydney Kinkade Alex Sanders Jeremy M. Hamilton Chris Jennings Canton McKinley HS Tehilah Caviness Sarah Dubinsky Estlin Hiller Manuel A Halkias Kathryn Burgett Canton South HS Sadie Owens Kara Prentice-Wines Cardinal Mooney HS Matthew Rossi George Nimikos Sdregas Elizabeth Vennetti Johnny DeAndrea Charles McDonald Johnny D’Andrea Centerville Rishi Appalaneni Max Borghetti Benjamin Campbell Sungjun Jeon Jai Mosali Jeri Neidhard Central Catholic Ronald Perdue Zach Lindesmith Columbiana HS Delanie Burnell

## #

31 OO IX 18 USX IX 47 LD 

#

8 DI HI 

24 PF HI PF HOU HOU # INF USX HI 

63 POI # DI HOU 

12 HOU 

54 LD WS DI

37 WS HOU HOU WS WS 

#

22 WS 10 INF

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Students and Coaches

Klara Michelle Crisp Kathryn Marie Crisp Evan therodore Gallo Hudson Hartley Allison Paige Kyle Lily Isabella Marsco Trisha Nord Pamela Pesa Dan Rosen Angela M. Rosen Deanna Pesa Findlay HS Tristan W. Jones Claire Elizabeth Short Bill Prater Gilmour Academy Sophia Dipucco Mollie Edmonson Gwen Masca Allie Mikolanis Gay Janis Brittany Janis GlenOak HS Chad Dean Brechbuhler Claire Abigail Foltz Colin James O’Connor Kaylee Taylor Speaker Nick Bollas Tom Mosberger Sam Al-Hadid Hathaway Brown School Jessica Chang Jason Habig Hawken Ella Attell Cassandra Berlin Brennen Keuchel Sam Li David Lyons Samia Menon Krishna Sanaka Emma Sedlak Ally Sewell Jared Shapiro Amar Vyas Rebecca Marks Susan McGraw Robert H Shurtz Highland High Evan Buck Emma Crone Taylor Headrick Quade Mainzer Nicholas McFadden Emma Pappas Kennedy Shelton Taylor Bennington Suzette Burtoft Sharon Dane Audrey Ellen Hinneberg

Notes

#

POI DUO # USX # DUO # DUO DUO  

#

17 CX CX 26 DI INF HOU HOU



37 # HOU PF DI # PF

 

9 HOU 

27 SEN WS IX IX WS ## HOU USX # HOU LD ### POI HOU  

8 USX # POI ## HI ## BQ HOU SEN POI 


(OH) Students and Coaches

Hoover HS Joe Jocas Alex Massa Max Schroeter Griffin Allman Missy Stertzbach Howland HS Kate Li Lindsey Shrodek Thomas Williams Amanda Daquelente Thom Williams Jackson High School Clare Abboud Anikait Gadi Angie Globokar Gia Globokar Adam Hamdan Lukas Livengood Haranath Medapuram Shreyaa Nagajothi Shaan Parikh Arjun Shanmugam LaRinda Johnson Brandon Mader Ben McGugin John F Kennedy Anthony Arp Anthony Catale Lindy Snyder Mackenzi Brozovich Kenston HS Marcus Novak Tia Speece Stephan Voudris Marcia Speece Matt Novak Fred Snook Laurel School Dorothy Bogen Claire Mersol Richard J Kawolics Liberty HS Lawren Denise Davis Ashley Fabian Amber Gallagher Denny Monroe Louisville Senior HS Robert Duncan Katy E. Russell Chris Kamp Kayla Hrindak Mason HS Alishaan Ali Ananya Bhavanishankar Megan Cui Arnav Divekar Kabir Doshi Arnav Ghule Amey Haridhas

Notes

# #

23 OO IX HI 

# #

34 PF PF



#

# # # ##

36 BQ CX DUO DUO WS CX PF LD PF USX

24 SEN

##

6 WS WS

10 USX OO 

9 DI OO 48 WS

13 HOU HI PF ## INF PF WS USX

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Anagh Kulkarni Tony Song Liu Hannah McCollough Karishma Ponkshe Ameya Saraf Tim Young Maumee Valley Country Day Karina Bozanich Sumaer Brar Shoshi Lavetter-Keidan Jonah Musher-Eizenman Denise Tamesis Alexander Wolford Zerby Medina Senior HS Paige Gibeault Hannah Kim Bradford Scott Quade Oakwood HS Cameron Hendrix Audrey E Owens Tait Tait Hamiel Matt Deters Steve Stanley Ashley Deters Ottawa Hills High School Charlotte Mayer-... Stevan Jechura Perry HS Taylor Anthony Simon Bailey Kail Boughman James Condo Nickolas Forchione Jacob Hervey Robert Hohman William Kennedy Abigayle Kathleen King Leah Moore Alexys Nukes Maya Polen Vincent A. Throckmorton Andrew Joesph Tyler Sean P. Keane Kevin McDougal Kathy A. Patron Xavier Smith Melody Woodson Garth A. Woodson Perrysburg HS Dakota Bach Merritt Backus Debra Kemp Poland Seminary HS Jeremy Demarco Sofia Myers Ashlin Rabindra John Peter Yerian Jodi West Revere Drake Du

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Notes

##

PF LD PF LD WS 2 DI OO DUO DUO POI

7 # HOU LD 

# #

63 IX WS

1 SEN #

# # # #

44 OO INF PF IX LD PF HOU DUO DUO USX OO DUO HI DUO 

17 DUO DUO 

# #

25 WS WS WS WS



21 SEN


(OH - OK)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Claire Jimerson David Burnett John Kerezy Saint Ignatius HS Matt Conway Daniel DeVenney Colin Moon Samuel Navracruz Henry Wade Joseph Buzzelli David Hoover Sean Lavelle Solon HS Nandana Ahuja Kayla Arenschield Neha Gupta Zilong Huang Abaan Saini Anna Vradi Colton Wang Brendan Wang Megan Wiser Dan Ceci Nicole Majercak South Range HS Christian Fitch Nicole Papa-Fryfogle Nicole Rothbauer St Thomas Aquinas High School Graceyn Cecelia Dowd Penny Harris Zach Lindesmith Stow-Munroe Falls HS Gabrielle Faith Hawk Juliana Marie Kupetz Madeline Kendall McLaug... Allie Vale Alexander Virostek Sue Theisen Sylvania Northview HS Cecile Schreidah Keevan Hazel Sylvania Southview HS Isabella Courts Makenna Edwards Kayla Smith Hanan Brunt Brandi Shepard Tuscarwaras Valley HS Drake Alexander Spina Carrie Alexander Spina University School Nehal Chigurupati Anish Ganesh Sukhm Kang Nate Mayor Abraham Paik Tim Sullivan Arnold von Engelbrechten James Lewis

Notes

## HOU 

#

43 CX HI CX CX CX



13 DUO WS WS SEN HOU DUO ## DUO ## DUO POI  

8 POI 4 DI



# # #

19 WS WS WS WS WS 41 OO 27 SEN HI INF 

###

5 HI 

#

28 LD PF PF PF PF INF WS 

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Students and Coaches

Peter Paik Ursuline HS Adam Dwinnells Spencer Humphreys Ian Jones Alex Stoneman Joan L Williams Kathy Appugliese Jared Cross Carmella Donofrio Dan Naples Vermilion HS David Dotson Kennedy Hughes Nina LeBlanc Liberty Oliver Devon Snook Wadsworth City School Anna Bowling Erin Lynn Katherine Dannemiller Sam Zulia Wauseon HS Christian Cantu Quintin Garfield Gigax Noah Harman Dolores B. Muller Samantha Morr Whitmer HS Jon Burkart Ronald Grondin Kathleen Inman Emily Ly Olivia Wetzel Michelle Zheng Bill Prater Marie Wetzel Wooster HS Lexi Nolletti Bryn Savidge John Schmidt Sophia Marie VanSickle Holly Humes Custer Bill Franck Andrew Wolf Holly Custer OKLAHOMA Ardmore HS Joshua Credle Alexia Girard Amie Perry Tyler Rogers Noel Frederick Collins Brian Lane Gunter Bishop Kelley HS Madalene Gomez Jackson Kaiser Zack Lissau Abby Morey

Notes 

23 ## SEN ## HI HOU ### HOU 

## # #

10 BQ WS WS WS 

45 WS WS 

20 ## DI HOU POI 

22 HOU WS # BQ # WS WS # WS  

## #

69 INF INF CX CX

  

7 # DUO # OO DUO # INF 

# #

20 WS PF SEN PF


(OK) Students and Coaches

Ava Olmedo Ellie Spielmann Linda Shipley Erin Clark Bixby HS Avery Case Kyia Stayton Alysia L Shepard Betty Stanton Toni Ross Broken Arrow High School Chloe Dean Abigail Gray Emily Painter Kharyn Porchia Darrien Snyder Lauren Woodall Robert S. Walters Casady School Armaan Aggarwal Carlos Henry Matthew McQuistion Malavika Rajaram Cole Wolfe Tommy Snider Cascia Hall Preparatory Jack Maricle David Galoob Choctaw Sr HS Garrison Parker Brown Brendan Coplen Maryjane Burton EdMemHS Ben Lemley Elizabeth Evans Beth Evans Edmond North High School Erin Carter Hannah Merriman Joel Rayburn Cassandra Schafer Valerie Howard Edmond Santa Fe Sydney Adkins Ishan Bhanot Sidney May Christine Diem Thuy Ngu... Briten Ray McCabe Haskell HS Sara Dillingham Madison Van Brunt Jody Batie Jenks High School Grace Arlan Brooke Beirute Rylee Buchet Noah Coffman Caroline Kizziar Robert Mullican Sanjeev Musuvathy

Notes

#

WS WS



##

27 DI HI 

28 # HOU HOU HOU POI DI # USX 

#

5 CX CX IX CX CX

#

22 HI 

15 DUO DUO 37 SEN 

16 POI BQ # HOU OO

## #

20 PF WS PF LD



4 DUO DUO 

# # ## # ###

35 USX OO CX SEN CX PF CX

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Baylor Norris Taylor Rafferty Anna Tharakan Salma Waheed Mujtuba Yousufi Victor Zhu Shawn Rafferty Laura Steele McGuinness Jacob Marino Brett Young Metro Christian Academy Colin Fergerson Thalia Furman Cade McNeese Robert Davis Miami HS Inez Ramirez Cristina Roxann Norton Moore HS Cameron Decker Matt Huber Caleb Lawson Charlie Norbury Ethan Seabourn Lauren Smith Ishmael Kissinger Fred Collins Leigha Maddy Norman HS Bianca Lorenzo-Salinas Callahan Stroud Kasey Harrison Norman North HS Katie Beltz Mya Cobb Andrew Gafford Jacob Gray Nicholas Papavassiliou Raiyan Siddique Lori Crawford Morgan Russell Jim Ryan Petra Van Court Oologah HS Bridget Marrara Jennifer Denslow Owasso HS Cameron Harizal Victoria Engledow Southmoore HS Tasheonia Dozier Lyndsay Angela Tabor Tulsa Washington Tessa Beil Knox Blakely Portlyn Harjo Krish Kumar Zoe Latham Amri Littlejohn

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Notes

PF HOU HOU HOU # IX CX 

23 DI



6 IX USX LD 

30 BQ

# ## #

18 WS WS USX CX CX USX 

# #

34 WS LD 

21 HOU HOU ## SEN HOU PF PF 



16 INF 

9 DI

5 POI ## ##

42 OO HI OO LD PF POI


(OK - OR)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Julia Nix Hea Pushpraj Sam Robson Iyan Smith-Williams Kadin Venable Allison Wenger Meredith Deaton Kelly R McCracken Union Hunter Atteberry Kylie Hammack Abigayle Lowen Tyler Rossow Meghana Venkatesha Jasmine Watson Madison Estes Christian Jones Ricinda Spatz Westmoore HS Cecilia Alali Lauren Berry Malachi Campbell Teegin Groves Lauren Harmon Abby Harris Hunter Hart Evan Howell Katelyn Johnson Seth Kordic Jacob Martin Joy Okpoko Cameron Smith Weston Tomlison Billy J. Elles Yukon HS Majaya Powell Paul Taylor Tyler Dalton Pipkin OREGON Ashland HS Leah Aaronson Sophia Bauer Cole Daneman Josh Datz Amelia Kahn Lilli Morrish Kellen Rice Eliza Haas Mat Marr Michael Skidmore Bandon HS Les Richard Anderson Marino Akino Santoro Nick Turner Tyler James Curtis Clackamas HS Gage Brock Harman! Singh Ameena Amdahl-Mason

Notes

DUO IX # LD # INF DUO PF  

# # ###

7 WS CX WS LD WS CX 

14 DI HI DUO IX INF PF DI DUO PF # IX # HI OO USX HI # #



4 POI LD

35 WS PF SEN LD PF INF LD

16 DUO OO DUO 24 CX CX 

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Students and Coaches

Crater HS Trevor Fox Mary Elizabeth Herring Curtis Lindbloom Kristen Diana Sullivan Glencoe HS Nisala Kalupahana Tasha Robinson Sabine Tronco Susan B. McLain Gresham-Barlow HS Katie Card Liz Card Alyssa Elwell Rachel K. Wilczewski Hood River Valley HS Sarah Wang DeLona Campos-Davis Steve Kaplan Marti Dane Illinois Valley HS Zoe Brock Matthew A. Eldridge Lake Oswego Senior High School Anushka Naiknaware Anushka Nair Doris Yang Selena Zhang Jason J Miller Mikayla Parsons Robyn Rose Mikay Parsons Lincoln Natalie Wang Hunter Webb Leopold Westrey Soren Westrey Jennifer Lynn Owen Brad Subramaniam Marshfield High School Brandon Arreola-Soto Kaylin Dea Madeline Deleon Brianna Giacomini Aiden Leahy-Crooks Trevor Moen Bella Sperling Kayla Crook McMinnville HS Lauren Armstrong Taylor Cowlthorp RoseLynn Davis Tommy Douglass Evan Ewing Caden Hawkins Jon Pollak Hannah Smith Eli Wiles Courtney Walsh North Bend Sr HS

Notes

5 # WS # HOU USX 32 # HOU SEN HOU



## ##

39 INF INF IX



7 IX

1 WS

## #

14 IX OO WS LD 

18 HOU HOU WS WS 

24 HI HI INF DI DUO DUO DI 

# ## #

20 OO BQ HI USX DI WS WS HI WS 

20


(OR - PA) Students and Coaches

Hassaan Qadir Donald Kirk North Medford HS Sean Patrick Milligan Nichole Barber OES Alexa Tsai Spencer Williams Mark Little Oak Hill School Julian Bellavita Katrina Carrier McKenzie Carrier Daisy Hagen Aubra Scott-Hinkle Keith Eddins Irin Mannan Phoenix Kaden Caywood Celine Farrimond Silverton HS Chloe Platt Brady Tavernier Katie Kantrowitz South Albany Lillian Broughton Madison Hill Rena Howard Elyse Peter Arashvir Sidhu Brandon Johnson South Medford HS Dominic Adams Owen Akiyama Cristien Hernandez Jerrihaun Robinson Caroline Campbell Sprague High School Megan Baus Francesca Thompson Lindsey Williams Michael Curry Jane Berry-Eddings St Mary’s Sean Hicks Jo Spurgeon Maureen Elizabeth Bruins Summit HS Jackson Baker Ethan Koester Alex Shaffer Ross Ellis Burford Karen H Hobbs West Albany HS Megan Cox Justin Crow Derrick Cox Juan De La Cruz Westview High School Rohan Ajjarapu

Notes

#

USX 18 WS

#

4 CX CX

# # # ##

6 CX CX CX CX WS 

1 WS 15 DUO DUO 4 HOU WS POI HOU HOU # #

8 WS BQ WS SEN 

18 DUO DUO ### LD  

1 WS OO

#

10 PF PF IX

#

3 POI

##

19 PF

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Matthew Friar Hanrui Huang Sreetej Kalapatapu Simhao Low Anwesha Mukherjee Bharath Namboothiry Aissata Sall Shwetha Srinivasan Rohith Sudhakar Roshun Sunder Austin Wang Sarah Foster Patrick Johnson Woodrow Wilson HS Emma Koontz Ari Lohr Donald L. Steiner PENNSYLVANIA Academy At Palumbo Jarad Dobson Kate Sundeen Bethel Park HS Christian McClaine Caleb Shook Christine Robb CR North HS Jiewei Li Marguerite Speaker James Briski Sara Peralta Peng Li Dallastown Nevin Kara Nautica Nolden Tiffany Dacheux Rachael Daudelin Danville Area HS Rachel Blansfield Greg Titman E.L. Meyers High School Ames Rupnick Kevin Welles Sarah Borland Ruth Borland Kimberly Borland Joseph Borland Gettysburg Senior HS Mary Heaton Karen O’Dowd Lourdes Dandignac Andrew Heaton Gwynedd Mercy Academy Sarah McLaughlin Kathryn Camille Tereshko Cory Clark Shay Hampton HS Chris Chengshi Grace Kang Alison McBee

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Notes

# #

SEN WS PF PF LD USX DI POI WS PF WS  

#

7 WS POI 

2 POI 29 HOU WS 2 HOU HOU 

## #

13 LD POI 25 DI 11 DUO DUO  

4 OO

14 INF WS 

# ##

4 WS WS 


(PA)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Holy Ghost Prep Patrick Byrnes Colton El-Habr Albert Johnston-Ramirez Kevin Landers Massimo Cifelli Patrick McGhee Tony Figliola John Buettler Leo Mullen Bob Ickes La Salle College HS Jv Fluehr Ian Mattson Tyler Wood Michael V. McCabe Jack Mills Justin Harbour Tom Lang Jessica Jefferis McDowell HS Caleb Buzard Aashka Gupta Shane Karnes Zain Masri Kirtan Patel Kira Smith Matthew Su Sebastian Zhao William Caugherty Mercer High School Savannah Bungar Allie Laughlin Maddie Laughlin Hugh Ringer Sam Kardasz Ariel Phillips Moon Area High School Vikranth Mallikarjun Tracey Spinelli Donna Rosenbauer North Allegheny Sr HS Sanjit Beriwal Harshal Dahake Akshana Dassanaike Elijah Duckworth Joy Fu Katherine Gao Rachael Harris Owen Jin Siddharth Mittal Arjun Narayan Ashna Patel Alexandra Pultorak Victoria Ren Shudipto Wahed Jenny Zhu Sharon Volpe Janice Kuntz Nathan Lawver

Notes

45 DI IX OO HI  

# #

39 HI CX CX 

#

14 SEN BQ WS SEN WS IX CX CX 

33 DI DUO DUO



#

# # # # #

2 WS 26 PF PF CX WS CX OO WS USX PF PF USX WS INF LD OO



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Students and Coaches

North Catholic HS Gabriella Karanikos Thomas O’Toole Beth Young Joyce Osborne-Fischer Alexandra Freyvogel Patricia Hay North Hills HS # Nickolas Bartel Dawn Zahorchak Greg Yoest Pennsbury HS Isaac Appelbaum Diya Cherian Steve Medoff Scott Pollack Perkiomen Valley HS Noah Shaheen Ira Gelman Quigley Catholic # Alexander Kuntz Timothy J Waxenfelter Sayre ## Alexandra Garrison # Hannah Heveland # Emma Richman ## Claire Shaffer Kerry Anne Bocko Christianna Louise Friedrichsen Brea Secor Thomas P. Yonkin Shady Side Academy # Akshay Amesur Maxwell Minard Mary A Krauland Shikellamy HS Hannah Garinger Olivia Weaver Ellen J Boyer Southern Lehigh Cameron Hines David R Long Strath Haven Jason Hu ### Lena Lofgren Jeff Kahn Towanda Jr-Sr HS ### Hannah Tavani Julie Larnard-Newbury Ezoza Ismailova Unionville Ansh Abbaraju Adarsh Gadagkar Darshak Gadagkar Manav Gundecha Devin Jiang # Natalie Kelly ## David Kinane # Anna Li Kevin Liao

Notes

34 DUO DUO 

52 HOU 44 SEN INF  

1 SEN 13 HOU



19 DUO SEN DUO INF 



11 INF HI 

26 DUO DUO 

13 WS



5 USX HOU 

19 SEN 

10 CX WS WS USX BQ CX PF WS WS


(PA - SD) Students and Coaches

Jessica Liu Nikhil Pisolkar Daisy Qiu Sophia Qureshi Parikshith Radhakrishnan Naman Razdan Gaurav Sett Sebastian Tucker Evan Wang Soumil Zachariah Julie Krause Ashley Murphy Upper St Clair HS Claire Chen Hashim Durrani Charlize Goff Yash Jajoo Rushikesh Kulkarni Maddie Nolen Loren White Benjamin Edwards David Watson Ben Edwards William Tennent HS Ethan Knox Lars Midthassel Nick Simila Christopher Berdnik Dr. Colleen Mooney SOUTH CAROLINA Bob Jones Academy Timothy James Brodsky William Goff Julia Hancock Lauren Hancock Colleen Phan Chuck H Nicholas Gail Nicholas Greenville Senior Academy Calvin T Blessing Asaru Buffalo Brick Garner isabella Weeks sheridan Ellen Oveson Greenville Technical Charter HS Hampton Bryant Mark Harris David Watkins Coralie Watkins Victoria Halley Young Hillcrest Dyani Baker James McDurmon Bray Jeremy Darnell Riverside HS Raghed Abdel-Tawab Madaline Allen Rohan Bafna Jay Navin Bhatia

Notes

#

CX CX WS ## IX # WS PF # PF HOU WS PF 

# #

25 LD DI POI WS IX HI POI

 

# #

3 LD WS LD 

# # #

25 WS WS WS WS INF

 

6 WS # SEN HOU HOU #

2 WS USX

16 DI DI 32 USX LD PF HOU

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Ian Chiu Janine D’Souza Shalyn Drakeford Emma Dell Fletcher Arjun Gramopadhye Grace Holland Laurel Claire Holley William Lovin Phillip Martin Israel Paramo Deepthi Prabhakar Ivana Ramirez Talia Samard Joa Sanchez Kritika Sethi Priyanka Shah Sarah Tra Cameron Tsai Stephan Voelk Matt Yoon Lorenzo Barberis Canonico Heather Marie Brown McGregor Cook David Dejesa Jinsoo Kim Pete Martin Jeff Schmauch Waccamaw HS Derek Rollins Riley Sollars Megan Stackhouse Marie Hansen Lawson Kenzie Confer

Notes

## ## # # # #

## ## #

INF PF POI DUO PF WS IX DUO DUO DUO HI OO WS HOU WS IX WS LD OO PF    

2 HI SEN POI 

SOUTH DAKOTA 39 Aberdeen Central HS Maggie Adams OO # USX Connor Hansen # CX Sulaiman Jamal Alli Joerger HOU DI Ladine Mendoza IX Miles Pastian Yufeng Peng INF # OO Cole Peterson USX Lauren Rhodes ## Hunter Ringgenberg LD BQ Carter Stulken HOU Kara Vetch # CX Mariah William Sydney Gelling Colter Heirigs  Kerry Konda  Roger McCafferty Lee Pederson Brandon Valley HS 8 # POI Kayden Hoeke Cal Shaykett INF  Gina Koehn Brookings 56 SEN Ethan Anderson

– 227 –


(SD)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Mariyom Deng Marina Du Abby Enevoldsen Prasoon Kharel Uriah Koch Daniel Messerli Samyok Nepal Chindo Destany Okpa Lily Palo Jonathon Sundet James R Kerr Carrie Oorlog Douglas HS Ashlynn Jensen Taralyn Sipp Alexandra Walters Nick Reid Harrisburg HS Tuba Ali Grace Anderson Ryan Corcoran Braden Culp Kendall Larson Carter Lucas Kip B. McKee Kit Rodgers Huron HS Jasmine Snow Reese Uecker Laura Iverson Mitch Gaffer Lennox HS Aidan Sanchez Michael Larson Brady Jandl Milbank HS Claire Mischel Hope Osborn Natasha Karels Caitlyn Oien Mitchell HS RyLeigh Christopherson Rebecca Millan Jeff Sand Mellisa Miller O’Gorman HS Bennett Anderson Lucus Dean Brady Katie Dinsmore Seamus Duffy Walker Haber Seth Hart Elizabeth Lubeck Zoe Matheson Lyla Mattu Atong Mawien Nick Maxwell Sophia Salter Elizabeth Schoenfelder Grace Thuringer

Notes

# DUO # PF PF LD PF HOU WS DUO # POI PF 

4 WS WS WS 

#

10 OO WS WS WS PF PF



##

36 POI HI 

10 IX



25 WS DI 36 INF

# # ## # # ## #

39 DUO WS INF IX IX DUO INF OO OO DI DUO DUO POI HI

– 228 –

Students and Coaches

noah greble Teresa Fester Robert Stevens SF Roosevelt Abuor Ajith Mia Becic Hope Grismer Madison Howard Sydney Huntimer Nolan Johnson Jordan Johnson Jaxon Kroger Srishti Kumari Gabe Lima Lidia Loera Jazmyn Luckett Peter Moriarty Anders Svenningsen Rylie Torguson David Wells Engie Wong Virginia Colgan Luke Cumbee Grace Gill Briggs Warren Bo Pons Sioux Falls Lincoln Max Chedester Corrin Gillespie Max Mickelson David Mickelson Areej Nazir Katie Osmundson Rachel Overstreet Maximilian Peters Noah James Stoebner Mindy Lee Brunmaier Tony Welter Sara Telahun Spearfish HS Kenna Comer Morgan Roberts Justin Steedley Robert Speirs Stevens HS Sydney Kincart Jo Charalet Jean Dunnigan Sturgis Brown HS Skyler Eisenbraun Taylor Tobias Eric Johnson Washington HS Blake Anderson Kylie Banouvong Katherine Escalante Catherine Liu Rahele Megosha Maddy Morgan Riley Nold Reanna Rohrer

Notes

WS

 

22 DI HI PF # HOU HOU SEN WS CX HOU BQ HOU CX CX PF CX CX ## CX   

# ## ## ## ###

# #

50 USX USX HOU LD HOU USX LD IX HI

19 WS LD SEN



35 SEN 25 OO OO 

62 # POI WS WS LD DI ## DUO WS DUO


(SD - TX) Students and Coaches

Trenity Rosenberg Travis Dahle Michelle McIntyre Eric Uecker Angelica Mercado Justin Heyd Watertown HS Nancy Flaherty Braeden Kluver Kahden Mooney Alexander Peterson Jacob Rook Nick Thiel Isabelle Thorson Sydney Walker Justice Wallenmeyer Kyle Downey Michael Jacobsen Scott Walker Danielle Harms Lovila Roberts Donus Roberts Yankton HS Carter Demaray Lauren Gillis Chelsea Hauger Kayla Sylvester TENNESSEE Battle Ground Academy Mary Courtney Finn Katelyn Helberg Paige LaRock Nathan LaRock Natalie Watson Cadi Kadlecek Kristofer Kracht Brentwood Academy Mary Grace Gower Sloan Renee Rogers Austin Lee Groves Brentwood High School Saahit Adabala Rohan Gupta Sarah Memon Camilia R Mohamed Neha Moolchandani Avinash Patri Matthew Matthew Grimes Harriet L Medlin Collierville HS Sarah Rubinstein Jeffrey D Robbins Henry County HS Cara Johnson Linda Wilson Miller Jefferson County HS Brooke Hornberger Bryan McCampbell Morristown West HS

Notes

Students and Coaches

WS

  

67 # DUO DUO SEN HOU WS WS # HI ## CX # CX 





39 PF PF

33 USX USX HOU # IX # OO 25 INF DI ##

29 PF HOU SEN PF HOU HOU 

23 OO 

42 HI



9 POI



25

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Christopher Best Taegan Jo Collins Christopher Garrett Cox Haleigh Emma Henry James Hicks Karcyn Kowalski Dalton Miksa David Joshua Needs Pedro Reyes Jacob Seals Suzanne Wolfe Terry Portland Jalen Everett Linda G Starnes Ravenwood HS Sam Anctil Matthew Goodbred Joe Owens Ansley Rosen Elise Dirkes-Jacks Brian Kaufman Rossview HS Ashley Chelsea Song Pollyanna Norman Parker Seymour HS Angel Lombardo Ethan Smallwood Reid Thomason Danielle Trainer-Smallwood White House High School Rebekah Langford Danielle Williams Emily Higdon TEXAS A & M Consolidated HS Celine Choi Lars Nico Deutz Jacob Eaker Ruby Perry-Mize Aabid Razvi Srikar T Satish Allen Zhang Brian Alford Maggie Zollo Will Watson Abilene Makayne Favor Seth David Pietsek Alief Early College HS Carlos Fuentes Elizabeth Lopez-Aguilar Xandelyn Wright Alief Elsik HS Rofiat Abubakar Oluwatobi Adebisi Majesty Adjakidje Farren Hunter Ashley Freeman All Saints Episcopal School

– 229 –

Notes

LD ## POI ## DUO WS IX DI # DUO BQ ## DI WS



1 WS 

##

14 HI PF PF INF 11 SEN

#

2 WS WS LD 

3 DUO DUO 

20 LD # PF DI # OO ## HOU PF USX 

12 HOU 

4 DUO ## DUO

# #

16 INF OO OO POI 13


(TX)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Shaanti Dasgupta Surya Darius Dasgupta Mara Donley Zane Lance Harrison Aubrey Helbig You-Wei Lai Gabrielle Alexis Lea Jett Manley Evan Pan Michelle Mai Potter Jack Douglas Schoenbrun Renn Taylor Stein Bradley Tidwell Sarah Wright Kristi L Braley Amarillo HS Grant Denny Victoria Fisher Sam Miertschin Meaghan Miertschin Malachi Smith Mellessa Denny Americas HS Caitlyn Acevedo Ethan Lopez Jared Vrahnos Irene Gardea Andrews HS Jordan Barton Journey Sais Brayden Scheller John Paul Landry Athens High School Francisco Garcia Tucker Hall William Honea Gavin N. Lott Nicole Cornish Kinsey Martin BASIS San Antonio Shavano Zoey Chacon PranavKrishna Kandikay... Alexander Decker Amy Pozza Ben Calhoun Robin Martin Banquete HS Isabel Gonzalez Tia Whitman Max A. Thompson Eric Pinon Chris Hess Bellaire Omar Busaidy Ashley Clarke Saumya Jhaveri Milan Narayan Ioana Nechiti Vedanth Ramabhadran Jay Stubbs

Notes

HOU # HOU WS # PF # WS # WS # LD WS ## PF # HOU # SEN # PF # PF WS 

31 WS LD WS WS HOU 

15 # SEN HOU WS 

4 CX CX IX

## #

9 WS IX USX WS

# # ##



#

2 LD LD

# #

3 USX WS 

61 PF SEN HOU HOU ## HOU # PF

# ###



– 230 –

Students and Coaches

Borger HS Addison Hook Steven Allen Watson Buffalo HS Colby Menefee Nishit Tailor Josalyn Taylor Melonie Menefee Burges HS Mia Cadena Devin Cain Angela Annette Guerra Amelia Rose Navarro Alyssa Sarai Quesada Cesar Rodarte Jacklyn Ochoa Bushland HS Natasha Sarem Susan Stafford Byron Nelson HS Dhilan Chettri Matthew Stewart Centennial HS - Frisco Noor Al-Shalash Ahmad Ali Tayisiya Chernenko Sohm Chheda Peter Chung Emma Donley Neerul Gupta Brian Lee Christian Cordarian Lewis Audrika Masud Naman Swarup Mathur Shilpika Pandey Nidhi Sonwalkar Bridgette Thogo Akhil Vinjamaram John Archolecas Kris Compton Center HS Esther Mergerson Martheaus Perkins Jack Watlington Keaton Watlington Pam Franklin Douglas Moore Central Everett Bailey Paysen Epley Alex Fernandez Alesandra Ciana Gutierrez Wyatt Hase Eiley Kent Bailey King Samuel Knox Emily Kuykendall Andrea Meador-Safont Grace Shelton Sadie Waldrop

Notes

#

6 BQ

3 # HOU WS WS 16 USX # IX # DUO DUO LD HI 1 SEN #

11 WS 

#

# # # #

9 DUO HI POI HOU SEN INF OO IX WS DUO IX INF WS USX WS 

3 # BQ ## DUO HI # DUO 

26 DUO PF DI CX HOU POI CX HI # DI # DUO # SEN HI


(TX) Students and Coaches

George Wallace Tim Haynes Julie Schniers Chaparral Star Academy Julia Craciun Quinn Gustin Kimber Hageman Sara Herbowy Blake Leschber Michael Olson Ammaar Siddiqui Frank Rivera Suchinder Kalyan Chapel Hill HS Adrian Santiesteban Nathan Anthony Scolaro Telly Hall Chapin HS Jonah Hormel Cesar Meza Colin Tipton James Thompson Clear Brook HS Prateesh Vijayakumar Brian Darby Dylan Moses-Bennett Clear Creek HS Meghan Lindquist Brian Darby Clear Falls HS Jerika Byrom Tomas G. Cosenza Clear Springs HS Ally Boehning Madison T Buchanan Emilio A Cabral Hannah Kuecker Erin Pritchard Chloe K Rytting Dylan Moses Bennett Colleyville Heritage High School Daniel Li Sarah Manjee Anisha Navendra Katherine Shadman Joanna Wang Colin Wei David Huston Colmesneil JH/HS Autumn Rose Jimmy Smith Columbia Andrea Dianne German Terry German Julie German Cooper HS Isaac Lock Seth David Pietsek Coppell 9th Tanisha Chaudhuri

Notes

#

PF

 

4 ## HI # DUO # INF POI INF DUO OO 

3 IX USX 9 HOU OO SEN #

6 WS 12 DI 

##

2 POI 

3 IX DI USX DUO # HI DUO

## # #

16 WS WS PF WS PF WS



1 WS 2 WS

23 USX 

1 WS

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Ananya Chintalapudi Anvitha Reddy Chandana Sirigireddy Eric M Melin Coppell High School Het Desai Shreyas Rajagopal Bhavik Reddy Austin Tapler Maleda Kunkle Jason C Sykes Eric Melin Creekview HS Ellington Jones Reily Kelly Sarah McIntosh ## Kaden Yowell Whitney E Kelley Cy-Fair High School # Katy Aing Nhu Bui ## Kavya Sethi Perry Beard Cypress Creek HS # Miles Burt Ian Cook # Alyssa Henson Aliyah Holmes Elijah Ochoa Ryed Qamar Dustin Kay Cypress Falls HS Rajveer Kindra Miranda Leigh Fairman Cypress Ranch HS Michael Zhou Julie Ann Bonner Cypress Woods # Angela Zhong Jacob Koshak Del Valle Christopher Gomez Brooke Jordan # Cassandra Marcellus Marcus Ortiz Rick Jordan Dripping Springs HS Campbell Melton David R Holmes Sara-Jane Shepperd Duchesne Academy Of The Sacred He... Sylvia Elizabeth Duarte Sofia Elizabeth Varner Alyssa Hooks Dulles High School Sofia Chang Joshua George Neer Jain Adrienne Li Yilin Li

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Notes

CX CX WS 

15 CX CX HOU DI  

21 DUO HI DUO HI 14 LD INF WS



23 HI HOU DUO DUO WS HOU 20 LD 1 WS 11 WS 5 WS WS WS WS 4 SEN 

1 WS WS 22 PF LD LD CX PF


(TX)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Ashley Sheng Kellyn Burke Earl Warren HS Sandy Gonzalez Dariela Rodriguez Eastwood HS Sarunas Budreckis Larry Rodriguez Pablo Martinez El Campo HS Austin Viktorin David Ryan Otradovsky Katrese Skinner El Paso Coronado HS Ruben Alexander Duarte Victor Eduardo Meza Marco Moreno Sophia Janet Rojo Kyle Peterson Elkins Adit Goel Rahman Hasib Kedar Pandya Abishek Pratap Kirthivel Ramesh Maharshi Rathod Anik J Shah Ajit Shoji Joshua Thottasseril Bonnie Bonnette Flower Mound High School Nikhil Guddati Colton Moraine Trisha Motupalli Suket Shah Urvi Vallapareddy Kyle Winter Eric Mears Foster Emily Gay Sara Mouzahem Kasey Ryan Willeby Franklin HS Jessie Daniel Coleman Lana Murphree Kim Falco Frenship HS Alex Lopez Kelsi Smith Christopher A Ross Carrie Hopkins Friendswood HS Michelle Cherian Cheryl V. Ryne Galena Park HS Julian Bizarro Antonio Rodriguez Britni Wilson George Ranch HS Margaret Dorsey

Notes

CX 7 WS 22 PF PF 13 WS 

23 WS DI WS HOU 

19 DUO WS CX CX # CX DUO # CX DUO DUO 

15 PF PF ## HOU WS WS WS 

17 HI POI 18 WS WS 

8 DUO DUO 24 USX



1 CX CX

#

9 OO

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Students and Coaches

Addyson Lee Elliott Cameron Joiner Cydney Parks Erica Baker Godley HS Cason Lutrick Jeffrey Hughes Grand Oaks HS Hadley E Adkison Cole Daniel Alibrio Audra Langston Grand Prairie High School Litzi Aguilar Nicole Mina Elian Torres Lisa C Stucker Grapevine Katherine Brigham Kaylee Frazier Kj Marino Jay McClure Aidan Nevin Wevodau Jane G Boyd Josh Aaron Hamilton Jennifer Melin Greenhill Caroline Greenstone Jothi Gupta Cameron Kettles Sheena Kwon Kelly Meng Mihir Rai Ashley Shan Nicole Stachowiak Aimee Stachowiak Christine Wu Anais Zhang Cynthia Timmons Aaron Timmons Demarcus Powell Gregory Portland HS Catherine Hernandez Camryn O’Riley Rose Rodriguez Salena Pereida Madison O’Brien Bill Schuetz Hallsville Speech and Debate Noor Khan Shalem Carr Melissa Witt Reagan Maldonado Hanks HS John Ruffier Vanessa Gardea Harlingen HS Nativity Poe Benjamin Trevino Christopher Esparza Harlingen HS South

Notes

#

HI OO WS

##

9 POI



1 WS HI 

#

11 POI DUO DUO

27 WS DUO # DUO PF PF

 

#

33 WS WS WS CX CX LD WS WS WS WS LD

 

##

34 POI OO INF 

10 IX 

23 HOU 5 DUO DUO 25


(TX) Students and Coaches

Joseph Decilos ### John Duncan # Ramiro Gonzalez Anell McDaniel # Christian Villarreal Crista Maegan Conley Harmony School Of Advancement Hamza A. Bouderdaben Tasnuva Haque Melody J Ramirez Thai Anthony Tran Kristy Abusaid Hastings HS ## Huy Bui # Catherine Duong Gayle Haven De’Traelyn Hubbard Liana Hinojosa Letra Johnican Hebron High School Xain Bhagwandin Gavin Cooper Loyd Philip Ng Cameron Vaziri Leeann Solice Amy Wilson Henderson HS Allison Claire Buckner Callie Joyce Lawrence Hendrickson High School Isabelle Rose Cano # Eliana Galan Trey Gutierrez Claire Martinez ## Rene Manuel Otero Dylan Scott # Sydney Stogel Sanjitha Yedavalli # Alejandro Castaneda Zun... Aly Mithani Kirsten Nash Mike Fisher Hereford HS # Junior Contreras # Dylan Council Hanah Womack Nathaniel Council Sami Womack Holy Trinity Catholic HS Faithann Go ## Samuel Mosmeyer Abigail Rockwood Chris Mosmeyer J Frank Dobie HS Derneisa Green ## Keishon Groves # Reginald Jawan Jefferson Latavia Prier Makaela Antasia Reed # Christopher Ke’mond Scott

Notes

POI HI CX DI CX 

2 WS WS WS POI 29 POI WS DI DI 3 CX CX LD 

1 OO 10 WS WS CX WS IX CX OO WS WS 

23 USX LD WS  

10 WS WS WS 

13 POI POI POI DI POI DI

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Caitlyn Juliette Woitena Andrew George Barrett Jeff Flores Jack C Hays HS Matthew Boddy Julia Bowen Ian Cameron Desiree Campbell Ryan Coffey Dylan Cousins Gina Lozano Chase Bailey James Bowie HS Ashlyn M Dahl Jaden Davis Luke Evans Katie Golson Amy E. Shreeve Connor Snow Kaedon Solana Nick Van Lente Conner Williams Marco Antonio Bazan John Mast James E Taylor HS Danny Tang Gay Hollis Greg McGee James Madison Melanie Aguilar Jeffry Van Slycke Jasper HS Tejas Bansal Michael Chen Charles Hou Rohan Kamalakantha Aditya Kumar Michelle Ma Pranav Nathan Alyssa Nie Pranav Pattatathunaduvil Andy Shufer Jennifer Su Angela Wang Lillian Ye Tom McCaffrey Clarissa Moreno Jersey Village HS Joseph Flores Celena Nguyen Ashley Siloran Regina Jennings Katy HS Chandler Scott Krista Nix-Buckner Keller High School Jada Bourne Emily Stoutjesdyk Deborah Garoui Kerr HS

– 233 –

Notes

##

DI

19 WS WS USX WS ## WS HOU 

8 # HOU DUO # DI WS # SEN DUO HI WS WS  

29 # HOU



12 HOU 18 HOU WS USX WS USX BQ INF WS # IX WS OO # IX WS 

##

22 WS DUO DUO 

9 IX 

2 WS HI 14


(TX)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Rahawa Ghebrelul Syed Mujtaba Hussain Isaiah Mogaji Bao Nguyen Catherine Nguyen syed ahsan jamal fatmi Derek Davis Kingwood High School Raul Diaz Emily Grantham Braden Hopkins Darian McCrary Pipa Powers Leila Saklou Jacob Vasquez Sara Ruffin Klein Collins High School Kenna Burke Rylie McBride Cecilia Hubbard Klein HS Pooja Gunda Hanaa Irfan Fatima Raja Brandon Wu Andy Zhou Ryan A Hennessey Klein Oak HS Ayo Adereti Skylar Dixon-Englert Noor Iqbal Jeremiah Williams Marc Wynne Angie Richard Debby Carpenter L C Anderson HS Elizabeth Barton Cody Builta John David Erard Noah Roberts Jessica Wang Laya Yalamanchili Miguel Harvey Michael Salvatore Jennings LV Hightower HS Hemant Sai Kevin Hung Tran Valentin Jimenez La Vernia HS Joseph Cortez Joshua Elsik Justin Goosman Elias Hudson Hailey Janysek Kolban Mills Brandon Niday Reece Smith Rayne Wegehaupt Noah James Recker Lake Travis HS

Notes

WS WS # SEN # HOU WS HOU 

## ## ##

26 WS WS INF WS WS WS WS 6 DUO DUO

# # ##

39 IX IX USX PF PF 

# # # ##

16 HOU HOU OO SEN HI 

#

12 DI PF PF HOU WS WS 13 CX CX



## # # #

9 PF CX PF WS OO PF CX USX PF 

9

– 234 –

Students and Coaches

Julia Belov Mackenzie Matheson Blake Ochoa Mackenzie Marquess Lamar Lauren Aungier Teja Desai Paige Kennedy Nicholas Kramer Alexander Nelson-... Jackson Osteen Khushi Puri Ethan Van Nostrand Angela Yokley Eloise Weisinger Blair Legacy HS - Mansfield Natalie Elyse Pixler Howard R Ritz Leon HS Tanner Burroughs Caden Cox Stan K. Standly Lindale HS Haley Bass Emma Cook Ashlyn Ellgass Alex Gaba Jeremy Guidotti Zachary Jones Madelyn Mezzell Alexandra Perkins Samantha Rodden Joshua Smith Ainsley Smith Allison Somes Kari (Spence) McKenzie J.P. Fugler Rory McKenzie London HS Cynthia Catalina Sutanto Roxanne Hoff Louis D. Brandeis Riley K Lauterbach Leslie Crady Lovejoy High School Kendall Edward Carll Samantha Claire Carter Kaya Czyz Jack Czyz Brianna Yewon Kim Mitchell Mark Laman Andrew Sun-Rong Mao Shalin Mehta Collins Morgan Pierce John Richardson Ashley Rihani Tajvir Singh Joseph Luke Wheatley Jake Cosio Timothy Daugherty

Notes

## #

IX USX LD

35 HOU HOU OO HOU ## IX SEN WS # USX IX



1 OO 

4 WS ### HOU 

19 INF POI INF DUO # OO BQ # DI LD ## POI SEN HI DUO ## # ##

  

1 HOU 6 IX

# # # # ## # ##

7 PF SEN LD WS PF WS WS PF LD PF WS USX POI


(TX) Students and Coaches

Lubbock HS Isaac Doty ## Caleb Powell Jayson Anderson Lyndon Baines Johnson HS - Austin Sruthi Ilangovan Monica Jones Yao Yao Chen McMillen HS Anika Bokil Angela Vrana Melissa High School # Clayton Ashley Thaddeus Baker # Anna Gressett Logan Lowery Alex Sullivan # Annabella Walker Kyle Brenner Megan Moore Memorial # Isabel An ## Olivia Du # Parth Misra Cecil M Trent III Mount Pleasant HS Connelly Cowan Jaquacy Minter Reid Pinckard Taryn Thurman Cody Morris North Lamar HS # Garrett Holzwarth ## Zach Huffman Isabella LoCicero Kristi Hodgkiss Northland Christian School # Elyse Dewbre ## Kaitlyn England Sydney O’Connell Jackson Winder Courtney Coffman Northwest Justin Barnes # Randon Grimm Devin Tankersley Amberley Tanner Pflugerville HS Joseph Garza Ronald Glen Hester Pharr San Juan Alamo North HS Dago Lopez Thomas G Green Jacqueline Zepeda Bryan Honl Plano Clark HS Isabelle Azmoodeh Julia Lin Stephanie Cambra Neal White

Notes

13 IX WS 

1 CX CX 

3 HOU 6 WS DUO CX DI CX DUO 

47 CX CX WS



3 CX DI USX CX 16 CX CX USX 

13 WS WS WS WS 

7 WS WS DI 

14 HOU 

4 DI

13 DI INF 

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Plano East Saharsh Dasari Neha Jayarajan Amanda Moon Hari Namdhari Gregory Shumakevich Cedric Zhou Madi Gackenbach Eric Tuzin Plano Senior Benjamin Ai Saavni Desai Joyce He Kaleo Lee Annie Lu Sean Patel Aishni Shrivastava Vivian Zhao Neal White Robert Shepard Stef Cambra Plano West Sr Pranay Dhondi Edison Huang Anthony Jiang Shiva Kandala Daniel Liang Jennifer Lin Srikar Mamillapalli Jacob Mammen Lekha Nettem Avaneesh Rade Emily Ren Jacqueline Wei Robey Holland Kattie Leito Princeton High School Casey Patrick Angell Eden Burke Taylor Dougherty Tristan Espinoza Alexis Jones Hannah Rodriguez Heather Stringer Matthew Riggins Prosper HS Bharat Nair Jordan Ramsey Seth Phillips Randall HS Bonnie Fischer Brooklynn Rose James Reagan HS Rema Bhat Spaulding Bingaman Alexandra Castro Jocelyn Epstein Jenna Gargotta David Gutierrez Erica Martinez

– 235 –

Notes

30 SEN # OO POI WS HOU # SEN 39 # HOU ## SEN # HI # OO ### INF HOU HOU # IX  

## ## ## ## # # ###

18 IX PF USX SEN BQ IX USX PF OO IX INF USX 

# #

19 WS CX CX WS CX CX 5 HOU IX 

8 HOU 19 CX DUO ### POI CX # DI CX HI


(TX)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Kylee Nichols Kathryn Pham Kiley Thomas Philip Gabriel DiPiazza Brian Eanes Richardson HS Isam Ahmed Victor Macharia Njeru Laura Coker-Dearth Robert E Lee Gloria Koo Isabella Nieto Shastyn Wright Round Rock Christian Academy Sophia Fernandez Caitlin Lee Matthew Tweden Cathleen Ferose Saint Mary’s Hall HS Vivek Beeram Caroline Coley Shilpa Gunuganti William Herff Sam Hernandez Alexander Jimenez Reeth Magoo Marguerite Morgan Victoria Newman-... Jay Paliwal Ethan Parkhurst Trey Plante Saskia Reford Anne Rubsamen Rylan Schendel Nicholas Trujillo Sophie Velez Colin Malinak Joseph Muller Sandra Day O’Connor HS Aiden Conrad Hanson Kate Jones-Rickman Seven Lakes HS Karthick Arunachalam Faizan Asif Andrew Chan Sarah Joung Ameena Khan Aditya Manjul Raghavi Rajesh Rohan Rao Gargi Samarth Aabha Singh Shivank Srivastava Alex Zhong Lillian Adeyemi Terrick Brown South Grand Prairie Reginald Dunlap Armando Garza Lauren Harrison

Notes

#

DI CX DUO 

14 HI HOU #

40 OO WS

7 DUO DUO # LD 

## # # #

## ## #

11 IX POI SEN INF PF HOU HOU OO WS INF DUO PF OO USX PF PF DUO 

13 WS 12 USX SEN PF USX DUO # PF DUO LD # PF # HOU IX PF

# #

 

# #

13 POI DI POI

– 236 –

Students and Coaches

Notes

# Timmy Huynh HI Elijah Wilson DUO DUO Alexander Wilson  Forrest Denbow Amanda Kay Hopkins Mark Steiner 17 Southlake Carroll WS Rishik Bethi Saaketh Chennaiahgari WS Katy Lin SEN Jordyn Faith Kuehn Spring Early College Academy 1 WS Bodehousse Shirel Houn... Ahmad Leonard Jeanpier... WS WS Ifeoma Nimi Neobolisa Kennedy Roshoun Scott WS Enrique Solis Spring Woods High School 19 ## HOU Hunter Brown HI Allen Calvillo-Cantu HI Roel Cruz HOU Matthew Lee Jimmy Yu BQ  Victoria Beard  Raul Ruiz St Agnes 10 # Grace Mulry INF INF Kaeden Reese Isabel Tagtow INF Sherri Perry Anne Plant 4 St John’s School PF Robert Garza # WS Pranav Konduri # WS Asher Moll PF Matthew Yekell Andrew Stubbs Stony Point High School 9 Arnav Hiray LD  Richard Colling Strake Jesuit College Preparatory 24 Neo Curry WS # Joseph Donowho PF # Joseph Dowdall PF LD Ben Erdmann LD Joshua Herrera LD Vincent Liu  Jerry Crist 5 Sudan # WS Arissa Moore # WS Davis Smith James Markham  Jonathan Robertson 31 TASCOSA Douglas Bowmer PF PF Elisa Burnett # WS Ember Hines ## POI Tearanee Lockhart Gavin Waldrop WS Heather Goheen


(TX) Students and Coaches

Ryan Lovell THEO Christian Chad Cagle Cameron Crowder Caleb Fournet Ethan Jewell Joshua Jones Hannah Keck Jeremiah Kim Keyton Wayne Lytle Jacob Muir Britton Musall Claire Predtechenskis Allison Dakota Shaw Benjamin Joseph Urban Jimmy Wolf Dale Wynn Donna Szumila The Hockaday School Adley Sykes Charles Walts The Village School Adnan Fatakdawala Aryan Parikh Aditya Ramesh-Iyer Marce L Walsh The Woodlands HS Maddie Couling Andrew James Harding Shreya P Joshi Iman Kadri Vishnu Karnik Ian McPhearson Jennifer Marie O’Connell Chris Sarver Paige Frost Theodore Roosevelt Matthew Mandell Jennifer Purcell Tompkins High School Sheev Vagesh Dave Saanika Halapeti Siddhant Puranik Rehan Rupawalla Byron Xu Leslie Hernandez Kirsten Reyes Trinity School Deborah Bajomo Danielle Bryden Colt Wempe John Sylvester Klassen Tuloso Midway High School Kevin Craig Vada Janak Ivin Lam Teah Leann Mbang Zachary Michael Nepote John Henry Stearns Mallory Elaine Willcox

Notes 

#

# # #

8 HOU INF HOU OO WS PF HOU HOU WS HOU SEN HI IX PF INF 

17 LD

#

# # # #

2 CX WS CX 18 INF USX WS OO INF SEN USX OO

##

7 SEN

# #

5 WS WS SEN IX USX

###



2 INF OO INF # ## # # ###

6 IX LD LD HOU WS BQ SEN

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Jackeline Zapata Tasha Kneis Linda Esquivel VR Eaton HS Payton Cranford Madelyne Onstott Alicia Dunson Van HS Hannah Anderson Andrew Nash Adam Smith Savanna Winn Veterans Memorial HS Tanner Schlueter Laurel Brashears Victoria East HS Laurie Nicole Lamas Bryan Winn Vines High School Jishnu Basu Brandon Fisher W B Ray HS Benjamin Anderson Carlos Carroll Genevieve Cox Aamil Farishta Anahita Farishta Sunnie Rhea Harkness Evan Hsiang Ian Mintz Richard Waterhouse Vanessa Zambrano David Gardiner Walker Perkins James Stroud James Cox West Hardin HS Thomas Peek Sandra M Peek Juan DeLaCruz Westlake Jason Zhaokun Luo Ali Slimi Maddie Szoo Joseph Uhler Jordan Connell Westwood HS Grace Chen Emily Gao Anurima Mummaneni Ruishi Wang William H Taft HS Jordyne Mcclinton Victor Martinez William P Clements HS Santiago Cantu Wallace Chen Nilay Gandhi Michael Huang Jessica Lee

– 237 –

Notes

WS 

#

2 SEN DI 

15 DUO HI DUO #

2 HI 11 WS 18 WS

### # # ### # #

10 DUO HOU SEN WS IX HOU INF WS WS DUO 

##

6 POI 

30 PF PF POI



12 BQ IX USX 2 WS 16 # HOU # PF WS PF USX


(TX - UT)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Notes

Students and Coaches

Renita Johnson Winston Churchill HS Analysia Hernandez Jackson Reich Alejandra Trillo Gaby Valdez Brandon Forinash Preston Stolte Wylie Sr HS Esther Afangideh Deborah Banketa Kevin Patterson Christine Quinto Megan Snopik Alex Vaughn Travis Hiltbrunner Ysleta HS Loren Avila Eloize Enriquez Michelle Guevara Sofia Jimenez Madeline Leyva Michael Ryan Tune



Ethan Adler Sugar Santillan Trevor Schwab Jake Sims Cassie Doom Hendricks Carina Kinney Farmington HS Eden Maureen Jensen Sarah Noyes Exon Alaina Allred Grand County High School Phillip Geiser Carrie Strecker Green Canyon High School Emi Borecki Phoenix Davis Claire England Rachel Jackman Beau Jenson Faith Locke Reagan Lyman Hanna Pence Lauren Smith Erin Pack McKayle Bradford Hillcrest HS Sraavya Pinjala Momina Sial Cheryl Sneddon Hunter High School Alondra Arias Anthoni Bustamonte Andrew Dunn Katelynn Ewell Kamryn McKenzie Ulises Rodriguez Jennifer Liddell Layton HS Grace Kubecka Tracy Hancey Logan HS Caleb Martin Owen Waugh Quentin Unsworth Northridge High School Kayley Drew Matthew Klopfenstein Carter Stelter Karaline Taylor Shannon Chamberlain Park City Ali Aldous Zoe Eldredge Tom Perret Lance Rothchild Caroline Waldmann Gavin Serr Providence Hall HS Monique Cauley Tiffany Chan

UTAH Alta High School Jacob Carney Jessica Lathrop Reese Reynolds Mauraya Zilka Sydnie Schoepf American Leadership Academy Tempest Allred Enzo Allred Daryl Victor Workman Beaver HS Kya L Christiansen Andrew Erickson Emma Hansen Avery Mitchell Von J Christiansen Bountiful HS Rachel Le Mmon Ethan Wait Emily Jensen Whitney Wallace Clearfield High Aly Hill Abby Howe Jazmyne Olson Kayla Pearce Amira Snounou Layne Carter Lorin Harris Copper Hills HS Matthew Cuthbert Daud Mumin Mathew Cameron Walker Justyne Colotla Davis HS

#

41 HI DI WS WS

11 DI WS WS CX CX # HOU 

#

17 WS CX INF POI CX 

38 HOU HOU POI HOU 4 DUO DUO ## # #

16 HI POI DI HI 37 DUO DUO

##

23 USX HOU INF DI WS  

#

3 SEN OO 31

– 238 –

Notes

#

PF LD PF WS 

1 BQ

##

8 LD

6 OO CX # HOU DUO DUO INF CX PF PF

## #

32 IX LD

17 # DUO PF # BQ # DUO OO PF 21 OO 

45 HI HOU 16 WS WS WS WS 

8 PF DI SEN HOU PF ##

3 USX USX


(UT - VA) Students and Coaches

Tanner Christensen Kaydee Jacobson Hailee Martin Isabella R Cauley Stephen Porter Ridgeline HS Lauren Giddings Brad Gibbons Roy High School Madeline Dunn Ean Neiswanger Wesley A Mathis Brandon Holley JD Elbrader Hazel Hatch SLC West HS Arianna Meinking Melody Wolfarth Moses Baca Salem Hills HS Joshua Abbott Hyrum Devenport Rebeca Knapp Camden Mead Kaylee Reinitz Thomas Scharf Doug Welton Collin Preece Sky View Emma Bingham Tatelyn Clark Elijah Larson Sarah Mayers Jody Orme Andrea Thompson Skyline Sreemanti Dey Aarushi Verma Timothy FitzPatrick Henry Summit Academy HS Caleb Ford Mae Long Sarah Roundy Toby Sowell Jordyn Whitaker Tanya Roundy Tooele HS Carter Daniel Bohman Joshua Aaron Bothell Preston Bowden Simon Ignat Jonathan Lundgreen Venture High John Riches James Gardner Viewmont High School Megan Charchenko Isabelle Hicks Paul Jennens Emily Jensen

Notes

#

PF PF SEN 1 SEN 

15 CX CX

16 DUO DUO

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

Students and Coaches

Tracy Hancey Wasatch High School Hailey Pesner Ashley Painter Westlake HS Hannah Filizola Ruiz Hyun Jung Park Rebekah Robe Woods Cross HS Matthew Forsgren Jake Garrard Nicholas Olea Styles Weiler Jackson West Brooke Gregg Wirtjo Leonard David Hall Shaylee Lawrence

Notes

3 OO 1 CX CX #

21 WS HOU SEN WS IX





# ##

5 CX WS WS CX INF IX 

# ##

21 POI DI HI LD 

38 USX LD 2 WS # HOU DI INF WS 3 INF HOU BQ # IX 1 USX 18 POI WS

VERMONT Montpelier High School Neil Rohan Marijke Russo U-32 Kayl Humke Basil Humke Marijke Russo Woodstock Union HS Toby Borzekowski Gordon Ladd VIRGINIA Battlefield High School Abdullah Usufzai Brittany Ganow Adil Usufzai Dominion HS Shaheer Alam Divya Lobo Kope Luangraj Sheryl Gusman Fluvanna HS Paul Nazari Malcom O’Malley Simon Skinner Danielle Sumner Cameron Taylor Craig Edgerton Fresta Valley Christian School Genevieve Frank Lexi Lam Elanor Lambert Diane King Harrisonburg HS Ganna Aboutabl Aaron Cosner Madison County Michael Broyles Ben Butterworth Steven Franklin

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6 # HOU 1 PF PF 7 HOU

1 LD 10 CX # HOU CX 

7 # DUO USX HI OO # DUO 

7 HI POI INF 

1 LD # ## ###

22 HI DI DI


(VA - WA)

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Emily Everard Lydia Burk Sherando HS Ashlyn Craig Archie Painter The Potomac School Bliss Katherine Davis Genevieve Evans Christian Herald Alexander Joel Charles Judd Minkyung Kwon Kaitlyn Maher Valentina Raghib Katherine Rollins Max Shenkman Clay Socas Salem Teklu Pippa Westland Alex Zhou Harry W Strong Thomas Jefferson HSST Arjun Aggarwal Bharath Dileepkumar Amey Gupta Aditya Kumar Nishad Manohar Manu Onteeru Richard Song Marie Bakke

Notes

17 POI



# # # ##

7 WS WS OO PF PF PF WS IX IX PF USX OO WS WS 

8 PF HOU HOU HOU SEN ## SEN PF 

WASHINGTON 7 Bear Creek Kate McDonough POI Jack McDonough DUO ## INF Lauren Shen # Christina Stepin WS ### DUO Yasmin Wadhwani Katie Gomulkiewicz Robert A Sorensen 25 Bellevue HS POI Amanda Li # Jerry Liu IX Alice Wang WS  Amy McCormick Chiawana High School 6 HOU Briana Castro # DUO Linda Corona Lesli Saige Johnson INF # DUO Audra Totten Linh Truong HOU Amy Walker BQ Sara Alexandra Hyde  Vicky Hyde Gig Harbor 37 ## USX Griffin Bird Graysen Doane INF # DI Catie Hinson Alexander Morgan CX Sophia Olson CX

– 240 –

Students and Coaches

Charles Scott Irvin Yi Chris Coovert Jaime Holguin Andrew Chadwell Kaelyn Holguin Glacier Peak HS Emily Peterson Aidan Simpson Lauren Zarlingo Derek Hanson Heritage High School Mark Agard Chandler Nguyen Michelle E. Neal Interlake HS Emily Du Sam Dumesh Evan Kim Aarti Kumar Shreeya Lingam Manasa Lingireddy Mengxi Lu Evan Mallick Priyanka Mukhara Harvin Park Elizabeth Zeng Effie Zheng Michael Fitzgerald Steve C Rowe Lisa R Weber Kamiak High School Joseph Entner Justin Kim Carolyn Ky Tyler Lo Jason Miller Steven M Helman Michael Fitzgerald King’s Schools Elizabeth Anderson Victoria Smith Josh Jablon Andrew David Shimer Kingston HS Seth Hillsberry Thad Smith Hayden Victory Piper Ragland Mount Si HS Paytan Murray Brad Smith Chelsea King Mount Vernon High School Alexa Grechishkin Ausha Macias- Curry Jaylin Talmadge Grace Uppendahl Kelley Kirkpatrick Pasco Sr HS

Notes

##

USX IX  

## #

10 WS WS INF 3 IX USX

22 LD HOU PF LD DUO DUO WS HI HOU PF POI ## IX ##

 

## # ## # ##

21 CX CX CX CX SEN



1 OO HI

## #

8 WS WS WS 5 PF PF

23 # HOU # WS WS WS 

2


(WA - WI) Students and Coaches

# Yerushalaim Solano Ryan Flieder Puyallup High School Grace Burchett Logan Earnest Killian Eklund Raymond Lappin # Sara Sprague Addi Webking Sarah M Sherry Rain Chr HS Destiny Al-Jararheh Brennan Snodgrass Don S. Garnand Roosevelt High School Ines Jacobs Daniel Gross Snohomish ### Allison DeCracker Leslie Partida # Colby VerHoeven Mary Orlosky Brent DeCracker South Kitsap Speech and Debate Team Jaclyn Choi Lucas Watson Chris Emig Tiffany R Wilhelm Tahoma Senior HS Olivia Andrews # Djanaya Esiong Saanvi Mehrotra ### Joey Ribera Kaveh Dilmaghani The Overlake School Tejfateh Singh # Kunal Sinha Alexandra Marth Thomas Jefferson High School Gunnar Appleton # Cade Homfeldt Brian Kim Brooke Meadows Amy Ojeaburu Praises Orji Luqman Shibly Mantak Singh Luke Sorenson ## Maria Thompson # Allen Tugade Isaiah Parker Meykia Smith Toppenish High School # Alejandro Amezcua # Salvador Amezcua Coraima Birrueta # Betsaida Rodriguez Jocelyn Santacruz Katie Haynes W F West HS

Notes

Students and Coaches



1 DI OO 

1 SEN 19 WS WS HOU 

1 SEN LD 15 OO DUO HI DUO 

2 WS USX 22 WS WS WS DUO OO DI WS HOU HI DUO POI 2 HI PF POI OO PF 7

Notes

Evan Ponyah Janelle Williams

DI 39 PF SEN PF PF PF INF

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

WEST VIRGINIA Cross Lanes Christian School Ava Payton Anderson Sara C. Anderson WISCONSIN Appleton East HS Riley Dedering Sophia Mast Matthew Moorhead Chloe Sawall Kedrick Stumbris Carter Touchet Debra L. Weiher-Traas Paul Miller Bradley Tech Khari Please-Carnie Dion Smith Michael Smith Jr. Ernest Chomicki Maceon Downer Brookfield Central HS Shweta Panda Sarah Nevsimal Tapan Panda Brookfield East Simrah Ahmed Bera Demirbilek Katrina Li Shloka Nambiar Arjun Shreekumar Justin Flynn Michael Maier Denmark HS Conner Quaintance David Harper Jennifer Harper James Madison Memorial Nivedita Remji Anika Sanyal Sugeeth Sathish Danni Yang Peter Rehani Timothy M Scheffler La Crosse Central HS Evan Baines Simone Toribio Benjamin A Hamburger Madison West High School Julia Amann Akashdiya Chakraborty AJ Dally-Steele Zachary Heintz Jiu Lee Josef Rademacher Josie Ronk John Rademacher

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DI 

##

3 INF

39 DUO # LD ## LD ## DUO  

#

6 HI WS WS 

24 INF 31 POI # HOU DI LD ### LD

#

6 OO 

17 INF # HOU USX HI 

1 CX CX

# ##

7 PF PF DI IX PF INF PF 


John Knetzger Wrightstown HS (WI - WY) Autumn Smet Anna Voster David A Winkler Notes Students and Coaches Dave Loos

FOR LEGEND, SEE PAGE 176.

Students and Coaches

Benjamin Morris Benjamin Morris Marquette Univ HS Marquette Univ HS Sam Larson Sam Larson Daniel Mukana Daniel Amy L.Mukana Geyser Amy L. Messmer Geyser Messmer Alexis Herrera Almeida Alexis Johnson Herrera Almeida Alicia AliciaBurkel Johnson Gail Gail Burkel Middleton Middleton Meghna Datta Meghna Datta Heba Haq Heba Haq Aarush Jain Aarush Jain Brittany Newman Brittany Newman Chundou Her Chundou Her Anmol Gupta Anmol Gupta Port Washington Port Washington Isabella Delie Isabella Delie Jackson Myers Jackson Michelle Myers Uttke Michelle Uttke Katharyn Gengler Katharyn Gengler Ronald Reagan College Prep Ronald Reagan College Prep Alanna Bielawski Alanna Bielawski Celeste Dickson Celeste Dickson Katie Gillingham Katie Gillingham Samantha Hantsche Samantha Hantsche Julia Matiszik Julia Matiszik Lauren O’Hear Lauren O’Hear Jazmin Reyes Jazmin Zaiani Reyes Rihana RihanaBaker ZaianiJackson Carrie Carrie Baker Jackson Graydon Larson-Rolf Graydon Rufus King Larson-Rolf Rufus AsiaKing Robinson Asia Robinson Stephanie A King Stephanie A King Sheboygan South HS Sheboygan South Kobe Bopha HS Kobe Bopha Juliet Chang Juliet Chang Camila Trimberger Camila Trimberger Jacksen Wolff Jacksen Gabrielson Wolff Malyssa Malyssa Ben KrollGabrielson Ben KrollEast HS West Bend West IanBend O’DayEast HS Ian O’Day Ashley E. Sexton Ashley Sexton West BendE.West HS West BendGranec West HS Rachel Rachel Granec Chanel Kreuser Chanel Kreuser Aananya Saini Aananya Saini Raymond Spors Raymond Spors Abigail Wichlacz AbigailJ Wichlacz Doris Sexton Doris Knetzger J Sexton John John Knetzger Wrightstown HS Wrightstown HS Autumn Smet Autumn Smet Anna Voster Anna Voster David A Winkler DavidLoos A Winkler Dave Dave Loos

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WYOMING Buffalo HS Buffalo LoganHS Scott Ludwig LoganCatherine Scott Ludwig Hollis Mantle Hollis Catherine Emily Farwell Mantle Emily Farwell Walter Farwell Walter Farwell Cheyenne Central HS Cheyenne Central Broomfield HS Joshua Donald Joshua Donald Broomfield Taelynn Jane Cain Taelynn Jane Cain Coleden Church Coleden Dillingham Church Zachary ZacharyM. Dillingham Jordan Johnson Jordan M. Johnson Arianna Lewis Arianna Lewis Victoria Madden VictoriaStephen Madden Austin Austin Stephen Hunter Swilling Hunter Leah M.Swilling Torney Leah M. Torney Cameron Van Ausdall Cameron Van Ausdall Kaycee Warner Kaycee Warner Michaela Marie Barnes MichaelaRMarie Barnes Andrew Dennis AndrewEast R Dennis Cheyenne HS Cheyenne HS Atkins JasmineEast Nicole JasmineKeshon Nicole Burrell Atkins Marcus Marcus Crawford Keshon Burrell Hunter Hunter Crawford Darnell Crawford DarnellMacnair Crawford Adrian Graham AdrianHitesman Macnair Graham Jeron Jeron Hitesman Kenneth Jack Lever Kenneth Jack Lever Aysia D Marces Aysia McAllister D Marces Saga Saga McAllister Alexa Mejia Alexa Mejia Joshua Dale Mitchell JoshuaMichelle Dale Mitchell Haley Neisen Haley Michelle Hailey Rigler Neisen Hailey Rigler Jayden M. Roccaforte Jayden M. Roccaforte Israel Manual Rosales Israel Manual Rosales Michael Joseph Swidecki Michael Joseph Swidecki Justin Todd Woolsey JustinYuan Todd Woolsey YuYu YuYu Yuan Jonah M Zeimens Jonah M Zeimens Matthew Prevedel Matthew Prevedel Ashley Schulz Ashley Schulz Marcus W. Viney Marcus W. Viney Matt Prevedel Matt Prevedel Allen Pino Allen Pino Cat Pedroza Cat Pedroza Jeff Pope Jeff Pope Cheyenne South HS Cheyenne South HS Stephanie Benedict StephanieS. Benedict Benjamin Fetterer Benjamin S. Fetterer Devynn Rugg Devynn Rugg Angelina Rose Stinson Angelina Rose Stinson Rachel Christoph Rachel Christoph Green River High School Green RiverHollis HighAllen School William William Hollis Allen Raymond Garcia Raymond Garcia Rachel Heisinger Rachel Heisinger Levi Hren Levi Peterson Hren Levi Levi Peterson Jessica Lee Petri Jessica Lee Petri



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(WY - INT’L) Students and Coaches

Mathew Pickering Mikki Scott Rebecca Shamer Ramsay Taliaferro Hannah Thomas RaNae S Johnson Carina White Samantha Worden Hot Springs Co HS Hannah Hu Breeze Petty Cindy Glasson Lyle Wiley Jackson Hole HS William Aepli Virginia Anne Girling Joshua Hansen Warren Levy Anna Elizabeth Revill Leila Sandlin Samantha Smith Maleah Tuttle Irlonde Gagnon Margaret Gagnon Kelly Walsh HS Tess Bjorksten Alex Nelson Maren Elaine Nicolaysen Rebekah Schoen Dylan Smith Ethan Spicher Adrienne Morstad-Wyatt Jason Waugaman Natrona County HS Stephanie Barella Lauren Blackwelder Taliah Blom Chandra Frank Elizabeth Hansen Braxton Sambrano Jennifer M Beagles Mary Hoard Powell HS - Powell, WY Nick Fulton Aidan Hunt Nicole Maier Reitz Rawlins HS Toby James Arment Hunter Keagan Keplinger Lauren Schierwagen Lori Graf Arment Riverton Isaac Almejo-Ponce Carolyn Benn Thornton Joseph Adam Benn Thor... Elizabeth Pierson Savana Whitehurst Annette Thornton Rebecca Pierson Rock Springs

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Students and Coaches

Ian Fletcher Gwennan Pritchard Adley Shaye Robbins Rachel Eve Shuler Riley Skorcz Brody White Shiva Yeshlur Stephanie Cozzens Samantha Eaton Tiffanie Etcheverry Jeremiah Charles Etcheverry Sheridan HS Calvin Gilmer Kimberley K. Ferguson Thunder Basin HS Cole Anderson Andrea Bauman Liam Davidson Sasha K Davidson Deneen Redd Worland HS Zoe Fernandez Jade Hefenieder Madeline Martinson Nathaniel Nelson Rick Dorn

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GUAM Academy Of Our Lady Of Guam 1 DUO Julia Sevilla Tournament entries National DUO Chloe Verove as ofCandaso, May 27,Jr.2019 Frank Untalan 1 Father Duenas Memorial School Pompeyo Barroga HI LD Ron Coloma Brian Songco OO Jovita D Manzanilla Harvest Christian Academy 3 USX Noah Drews Trinity Trelaje DI Kelly Nupson Frank Candaso NORTHERN MARIANAS Grace Christian Academy 4 Jonathan Woong Soo Lee OO Elijah Joshua S Pajarillaga IX Su Min "Melody" Woo DI Grace Duran 14 Marianas HS # Shea Hartig LD USX Emma Rae Timmons ## DUO Kelvin Wolf DUO Jonathan Wolf Harold Easton Saipan Southern HS 7 Elaine Joy Fernandez HI Frank Lee Borja

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Students and Coaches

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Students and Coaches

U.S. TERRITORIES SAIPAN Grace Christian Academy 6 James Alexander Keaton IMP Jonathan Woong Soo Lee OO Elijah Joshua Pajarillaga # IX Lanz Jabez Victoria EXC Su Min “Melody” Woo DI Grace G. Duran Marianas HS 17 Timothy James Acosta ST Victoria Dela Cruz PRO Shea Hartig LD Amy Soliman PRO Emma Rae Timmons ## USX Jonathan Wolf DUO Kelvin Wolf ## DUO Harold Easton * Mount Carmel School 14 Victoria Nicole Santos EXP Criselda Aldan Saipan Southern HS 11 Elaine Joy Fernandez HI Jeremiah Fernandez ## POE Frank Lee Borja GUAM Academy of Our Lady of Guam 1 Julia Sevilla DUO Chloe Verove DUO Jesse Catahay Father Duenas Memorial School Pompeyo Barroga HI Ron Coloma LD Brian Songco OO Jovita Manzanilla Harvest Christian Academy Noah Drews USX Trinity Trelaje DI INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS ARGENTINA Argentina 1 Maria Dolabjian WS Julia Navarro Goldaraz WS Florencia Gadea Granade WS Camila Liuzzo WS Camila Contestabile Monti WS Anibal Pastinante WS Nicolas Pernice WS Petra Alba Posse WS – 244 –

Florencia Sfara Agustina Torino Victoria Lapadula

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CANADA FDT Academy 1 Koby Chen WS Anthony Chu WS Jason Guo WS Jasper Liu WS Angela Lu WS Saara Meghji WS Athens Wu WS Jena Yue WS Nora Zhu WS Frankie Cena RE Mountain Secondary 1 Rebecca Camillo-Amisano WS Gabrielle Wong WS Anson Yu WS Leo Wong CHINA HS Affiliated with South China Normal University 1 Zhihan Yu PF Zichong Yuan PF English School Attached to Guangdong University of Foreign Studies 2 Yulan Jiang PF Jiatong Xie # PF Guangzhou Experimental School 1 Zixi Li OO RDFZ 1 Tianyi Fan PF Lingyi Yang PF Shanghai Foreign Language School 1 Benjamin Liu PF Melody Luo PF Ke Ma LD Yilin Sun PF Haoyang Xu PF Liyin Zhang PF Yun Zhu PF Shanghai World Foreign Language Academy 1 Yanyan Ge PF Kaiqi Wang PF Shanghai YK Pao School 2 Zhengyu Chen PF Shuyi Deng PF Qianying Gu PF Chenglin He PF JAPAN Shibuya Mauhari High School Rina Kajitani

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Sena Kim Goki Masaki Yuna Takeuchi Melvin Lai

TOURNAMENT ROSTER

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Students and Coaches

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Cultural Competency Standards for Judging

SINGAPORE Singapore 1 Chris Cho WS Andrea D-Souza WS David Huang WS Rohan Jasani WS Sarah Lim WS Mateus Norton WS Dan Reznichenko WS Rahini Takalkar WS Rick Bisset

An important part of making the National Tournament equitable, safe, and educational for all competitors is ensuring that our judges are well-trained. Please share this course with all of your judges! Regardless of their experience level, all judges can use a reminder of how to use cultural competency standards while adjudicating our students. This free course is about seven minutes long. At the end, you can watch a sample DI performance and compare your comments to the ones curated by our staff. Access the course online here:

TAIWAN Int’l Bilingual School – Hsinchu Science Park 3 Annie Geng OO Marvin Yen OO Michael Gardner Kang Chiao International School 1 Cynthia Lin LD Morrison Academy-Taichung 2 Eric Chang LD Pacific American School 2 Jason Liu WS Taipei American School 7 Eric Chow WS McKenzie Engen PF Jasmine Oh HOU Jessica Oh WS Cayden Ong PF Do Kyong Ryoo WS Eming Shyu PF Graciana Tang HOU Joy Taw PF April Tsai IX Vivian Weng HOU Ethan Yang WS Ozan Ergungor Adam Nelson * Emily Nelson Chase Williams * Taipei European School 1 Celina Pan IX

https://nfhslearn.com/courses/61173/ 2019-cultural-competence-course

Looking for additional training? The above course is an excerpt from Adjudicating Speech and Debate, also available for free on the NFHS Learning Center. The full-length course helps you identify the different types of speech and debate events, review basic judging guidelines, and includes example student performances so you can practice judging while receiving tips on what to note during an actual round. Take the full course online here: https://nfhslearn.com/courses/61139/ adjudicating-speech-and-debate

VIETNAM Saigon South International School 1 Thanh Doan PF Amber Ting CX Andrew Tsang CX Huy Vu PF Ellen Klahn-Grove – 245 –

Thank you to the National Federation of State High School Assocations (NFHS) for partnering with us to create these courses!


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2019 Tournament Book  

Official program for the 2019 National Speech & Debate Tournament in Dallas, Texas

2019 Tournament Book  

Official program for the 2019 National Speech & Debate Tournament in Dallas, Texas