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How are CDC debaters doing so far in 2018-2019?

  • On February 9-11, at the Stanford Invitational, the Public Forum team of Daniel Yan and Sai Karnati and the team of Anish Ganesh and Abraham Paik both advanced to the octa-final round and earned their second bids to the Tournament of Champions. The team of Nate Mayor and Sukhm Kang advanced to the final round and won 2nd place out of 198 teams.

  • On February 8-9, at the Bethel Park Invitational near Pittsburgh, in Lincoln-Douglas debate, Clare Abboud, Nehal Chigurupati, and Zach Paganini advanced to the octafinals. Nick Protasiewicz advanced to the final round of LD and won 1st place. In Public Forum debate, the team of Varun Tamaskar and Suhas Cingireddi advanced to the octa-final round and the team of Ananth Menon and Zak Quereshy reached the quarterfinals. The team of Szofi Wiksell and Emily Fischer made it to the finals and won 1st place.

  • On January 29, at Liberty, five of the six LD finalists were CDC alumni: Robert Duncan won 1st, Bryce Edison won 2nd, Matthew Rossi won 4th, Julia Scott won 5th, and Saavan Patel won 6th. And in PF, the team of  Abraham Paik and Arthur Li won 1st place, Ananth Menon and James Cullers won 4th, and Varun Tamaskar and Stefan Radjenovic won 5th.

Classic Debate Camp (TM)  prepares you to succeed at tournaments:

  • So far 13 CDC debaters have qualified for the 2019 NSDA national tournament

  • 43 CDC debaters qualified for the 2019 Ohio state tournament

  • So far this season, CDC debaters have won 1st place in LD at 31 tournaments and 1st place in PF at 16 tournaments

  • Last spring, CDC LD debaters won 1st place at the Ohio state tournament, the California state tournament, and the NCFL grand national tournament

  • Go to Results for details

What do the 2018 Ohio state champion, the California state champion, and the NCFL national champion have in common?

ALL THREE ATTENDED CDC!

In March 2018, Nick Protasiewicz won 1st place in Lincoln-Douglas at the Ohio Speech and Debate Association state tournament. In April, Tim Huang won 1st place in LD at the California High School Speech Association state tournament. And in May, Eva Lamberson won 1st place in LD at the National Catholic Forensic League Grand National Tournament. Nick, Tim, and Eva all attended Classic Debate Camp in the summer of 2017. Eva will be an LD instructor next summer. Watch Tim's testimonial and Eva's testimonial.

Public Forum:

George Sdregas and Dylan Fitz-Patrick, Cardinal Mooney

and Austintown-Fitch

Maggie Mills and Sasha Haines, Chagrin Falls

Krishna Mukunda and Ben Cohen, Hawken

Alex Ye and Amey Haridhas, Mason

Anish Ganesh and Abraham Paik, University

Arthur Li and Varun Tamaskar, University

Lincoln-Douglas:

Bryce Edison, Boardman

Matthew Rossi, Cardinal Mooney

Soren Polencik, Hawken

Mourad Zeynalov, Hawken

Robert Duncan, Louisville

Tony Liu, Mason

Audrey Owens, Oakwood

Nehal Chigurupati, University

CDC Announces the Participants in the First

OHIO TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS

 

The inaugural Ohio Tournament of Champions (OH TOC) will be hosted by Classic Debate Camp and Gahanna Lincoln High School in Columbus, Ohio, on April 13, 2019. The OH TOC will be an opportunity for the best Ohio debaters to come together once more this year and compete with each other. For NSDA national qualifiers, the OH TOC will help you stay sharp; for UK TOC qualifiers, the OH TOC will be a good warm-up. For every champion debater, it will be one more chance to hang out with your debate friends from around Ohio and to do what you love to do most: debate. Plus there will be cash prizes. Go to OH TOC invite.

CDC Announces the Participants in the First

OHIO TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS

 

The inaugural Ohio Tournament of Champions (OH TOC) will be hosted by Classic Debate Camp and Gahanna Lincoln High School in Columbus, Ohio, on April 13, 2019. Spectators are welcome. Please RSVP by emailing classicdebatecamp@gmail.com. The contestants in the inaugural OH TOC are the following: