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Christopher Tran '19

Christopher Tran '19
Jesuit Debate concluded its post season with massive success at the Texas Forensics Association State tournament and the Woodward Academy Novice and JV Nationals tournament. TFA State The Texas Forensics Association (TFA) State tournament finished the Jesuit Debate season on the Texas circuit.  The most prestigious tournament for Texas, qualifying for the tournament required 12 “state points.”  State points are earned...
Jesuit Debate finished the regular season with a bang in mid-February.  Jesuit Debate attended six different tournaments in late January and early February: three in Texas, two in California, and one in Georgia. Goals were achieved, records were broken, and tough losses were had, but the Jesuit team remained resilient and optimistic through it all. Barkley Forum at Atlanta The Barkley...
Jesuit Dallas continues its successful competitive streak in January, achieving accolades and victories at the Coppell Invitational, Guyer MLK Invitational, and Montgomery Bell Academy Southern Bell Forum in Tennessee.   Over 50 debates happened in the varsity division, and even more in the novice division, with unabated competitive success at both levels. Jesuit has picked up the pace in the second...
Picking up where they right left off from their dominating victories in October, Jesuit Debate continued its competitive streak in November, attending the Notre Dame High School Invitational in California and the Hockaday Invitational in Texas.  In the two weekends, Jesuit novice and varsity debaters competed in over 90 debates against top schools from California, Utah, Colorado, Nevada, Tennessee,...

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