MDTA Cup

MDTA All-State Update

315685-mega goldThe Minnesota Debate Teachers Association is excited to release the latest update for the MDTA All-State and MDTA Cup Results.  As we enter the final stretch of tournaments here is where we stand:

Public Forum

In a tight race that is expanding each week Edina High School now has a 4 point lead over Eagan High School.  In the individual race, Eagan’s Patel and Scheller hold a 1 point lead over the field.

Lincoln-Douglas

Robbinsdale Armstrong has a commanding five point lead over Minnetonka.  In the individual race, Robbinsdale’s Wuollet has a large 4 point lead.

Policy Debate

NOTE: Missing Elimination results from U of M, Concordia and Tamar Kaplin

In a very tight race, Highland Park holds a single point lead over Wayzata and only three points over Edina.  In the individual race, Highland Park Eischens and Grove hold a two point lead.

Classic Debate

Eastview has jumped out to a quick lead with 3 points. Southwest is only three points behind.  In the individual race, there is a three-way tie between Kurila and Zarate (Eastview) and Pekala (Southwest).

Congressional Debate

NOTE: Missing results from Edina Tournament

Eagan hold a commanding five point lead over East Ridge High School.  In the individual race, Padmanabhan (East Ridge) has a single point lead.

 

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MDTA Cup & All State Update

The Minnesota Debate Teachers Association is excited to release the first update for the MDTA Cup and All-State Awards. Each year the MDTA recognizes the top school and eight students in each activity. All results are unofficial until the end of the season:

Public Forum

In a tight race Blaine and Edina HS are tied with 10 points. Chanhassen and Eagan are only 1 point back with four others only 2 points back. Our top students are Hayes & Brachio (Apple Valley), Benson (Blaine) and Salnikov & Yang (East Ridge).

Lincoln-Douglas

Tied for first is a host of schools: Apple Valley, Robbinsdale Armstrong, Chanhassen and Robbinsdale Cooper. Followed by another four schools one point back. Our top students are Wuollet (Armstrong), Necas (Cooper), Wagenfeld (Blaine) and Williamson (Chanhassen).

Policy Debate

NOTE: University of MN Results are not yet posted.

Continuing a tradition, Eagan High School has jumped out to an early lead with 9 points. Close behind is Wayzata high school with 8 points and Rosemount with 6. In the individual race, Krueger & Shih (Eagan) lead with Hathaway & Huang (Rosemount) close behind.

Classic Debate

Eastview has jumped out to a quick lead with 9 points. Stillwater and Minnetonka are close behind with 7 points. In the individual race Abram & Nair (Eastview), Johnson & Montie (Stillwater) and Christen & Park (Minnetonka) are leading the pack.

Congressional Debate

Eagan has a slight 12 to 11 lead over Maple Grove in the first few weeks of the season.  Close behind is Blaine, Chanhassen and East Ridge.  In the individual race, Kevin Jacobson (Maple Grove) and Branden Johnson (Chanhassen) lead the way.  Right behind them is Joshua Groven and Raunak Pandey (Eagan).

MDTA Cup 2016-17 (Update #1)

315685-mega goldWe are now a month into the 2016-17 debate season which means its now time to start our weekly updates for MDTA Cup.  The MDTA Cup was started in the 2010-11 debate season to reward in-state tournament participation across the entire year.  The MDTA Cup is awarded to the top program in each of the five debate categories.

Started last year, the top 8 students in each format of debate are awarded the MDTA All-State Debate.  Each of these students represent the very best students in each format of debate.  All-State Awards for Congress and Classic debate are award in December.  Public-Forum, Lincoln-Douglas and Policy Debate are awarded in January in conjunction with the MSHSL State Tournament.

Lincoln-Douglas Debate

Robbinsdale Cooper and Edina High School are tied for first place with 21 points.  Robbinsdale Armstrong is in third place with 16 points.  For individual high honors, the top three students are Michael White (Robbinsdale Cooper), David Necas    (Robbinsdale Cooper) and Noah Gallagher (Lakeville North).

Public Forum Debate

St. Paul Academy holds a large lead with 23 points.  Edina and Eastview are tied for second place with 17 points.  For individual high honors, the top four students are Blake (Blaine), Thompson (St Paul), Konstan (St Paul) and Thompson (Maple Grove).

Classic Debate

Eastview High School holds a 2 point lead over South St. Paul High School.  There is a big three way tie for third place.  For individual high honors, the top three students are all from Eastview High School, Arradondo, Nwaudo, Iyer.

Policy Debate

Eagan High School has jumped out to a huge 6 point lead over Edina High School.  Wayzata is in third with 9 points.  For individual honors, the top student is Ferguson (South HS – Minneapolis) with twelve tied for second place.  (Updated 10/31/16 – found a problem with a duplicate student name, corrected post)
Please note all results are unofficial until audited.

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