We are two more weeks into the MDTA/All State Awards and here is our next update. We will update again one more time after Birds of Prey.
Edina (22 Points) continues to hold onto the season lead over a second place tie with Apple Valley and Robbinsdale Cooper (20 Points). Robbinsdale Armstrong (17 Points) is in fourth place.
In the individual race, Mahtomedi’s Sophie Krohn (11 Points) has jumped out to a lead over Robbinsdale Cooper’s David Necas (10 Points). There is a six way tie for third place (9 Points).
Eastview (24 Points) has retaken the season lead in the team category. St. Paul Academy (22 Points) drops down to second place. Chanhassen (18 Points) takes over the third place spot.
East Ridge’s Kevin Bi and Alicia Zhang (13 Points) have taken over the top spot. Eastview’s Alex Baker and Rishabh Gupta (11 Points) are tied for third place.
Eagan (17 Points) continues to hold onto the team lead over Jefferson (15 Points) and Rosemount / Wayzata (14 Points).
In the individual race we now have a four way tie for first place (8 Points). Rosemount’s Kirkley & Stefanko and Bloomington’s Chiev and Wang (although Chiev and Wang have not yet qualified with four in-state tournaments).
Chanhassen (24 Points) continues to hold a small lead over St. Paul Academy (23 Points) and Eagan (21 Points).
In the individual race, Chanhassens’ Elijah Rockhold (14 Points) holds a lead over second place Eagan’s Aekta Mouli (10 Points).
Classic (waiting on this weekend) updates will be coming.
We are now a quarter into the season and the MDTA Cup is just starting to heat up. Here are the current standings after this weekends Rosemount and St. Francis Tournaments (waiting on U of M for Policy).
Moving up one spot, Edina High School (11 Points) has moved into first place. Apple Valley (10 points also moves up a spot to second place. Robbinsdale Cooper slides two spots to third place this week (9 points).
In the individual race, it continues to be very tight as Edina’s Arvind Veluvali and Mahtomedi’s Sophie Krohn are tied in first place with 5 points. There is a eight way tie for 3rd place with 4 points.
In our first update for Classic debate, we see Rochester Mayo (9 Points) is in the lead. Minnehaha and Eastivew (7 Points) are in a tie for second place.
In the individual race, Mayo’s Sam Rowekamp and Jared Baudoin (5 Points) have the early lead. There is a huge tie for second place with 4 points.
Public Forum Debate
Holding onto to their lead for the second straight update in first place is Eastview High School (14 points). In a tie for second place is Chanhassen High School and St. Paul Academy (11 Points). In third place is Edina High School (7 Points).
In the individual race, Eastviews Colin Haave and Alex Baker continue to hold onto the lead (8 points). Tied for third is Eastview’s Rishabh Gupta and Grace Hauser and Chanhassen’s Devid Sebenaler and Marc Poissonnier.
With two tournaments in, Eagan High School (8 Points) has jumped to the lead. Second place is held by Jefferson High School (6 Points) and we have a three way tie for 3rd with Rosemount, Edina and Highland Park.
In the individual race, Eagan’s Wilary and Roberts (5 Points) hold the leave over four people in a tie for third place.
The first two weeks of the season are in the books and the first update to the annual MDTA Cup Points is now available.
In first place is Robbinsdale Cooper High School with 8 total points.
In second place is Edina High School with 7 total points.
In third place is Apple Valley High School with 6 total points.
There are three schools tied with 5 points (Eagan, Robbinsdale Armstrong and Mahtomedi).
In the individual race, there are three students tied with 4 points (Frankie Kelly, Apple Valley – David Necas, Robbinsdale Cooper – Michael White, Robbinsdale Cooper).
Public Forum Debate
In first place is Eastview High School with 10 total points.
In second place is a tie between Edina High School and St. Paul Academy with 7 total points.
In fourth place, Chanhassen High School has 6 total points.
In the individual race, the teammates of Colin Haave and Alex Baker of Eastview High School both have 6 total points.
With a single weekend in the books for Policy debate (Jamboree failed to meet the 4 school requirement) we have a tie at the top with Eagan and Rosemount with 4 Points.