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TDL #3 Results

Our first tournament without Gregg Hartney in the tab room was bittersweet. He would have been so proud of the progress our students have made. On Friday, November 18th, 34 students from five Tulsa high schools competed in policy debates about US foreign policy towards China. On Saturday, 58 elementary, middle and high school students competed in public forum debates about the appropriate standard for searches of students in K-12 schools.



Team Awards


1st place: East Central High School - Raeleigh Pulliam and Allayah Bunch

2nd place: East Central High School - Mirthalie Marcelin and Jonathan Duckett

3rd place: Langston Hughes Academy - Key'Addriah Davis and ReShayla Tucker

4th place: Langston Hughes Academy - CJ Padillow and Adilene Peru

5th place: Daniel Webster - Jasmine Armijo and Robert Kirk



Speaker Awards

1st: Jonathan Duckett

2nd: Raeleigh Pulliam

3rd: ReShayla Tucker

4th: CJ Padillow

5th: Robert Kirk


Public Forum

Team Awards - High School

1st: Charles Page - Sydney Dunn and Alexis Carnly

2nd: Charles Page - Bradley Coon and Andrew Gosnell

3rd: Charles Page - Thomas Hall and Adrianna Moore

4th: Charles Page - Daegan Hickson and Zachary Sprague

5th: Page/Carver -  Ben Hunt and Clyde Wortham


Team Awards - Middle School



1st: KIPP - Amya Jamison and Caleb Laird


2nd: Carver - Ryan Bell and Burton Mutto

3rd: Will Rogers JH - Hannah Hoff and Treyvan Cooper

4th: Carver - Dru Humphries and Sophia Waite

5th: Carver - Mya Levine and Amayia Ware


Speaker Awards - High School

1st: Alexis Carnley


2nd: Andrew Gosnell

3rd: Sydney Dunn


4th: Zachary Sprague

5th: Bradley Coon


Speaker Awards - Middle School

1st: Amya Jamison

2nd: Ira Shaughnessy

3rd: Ryan Bell

4th: Burton Mutto

5th: Caleb Laird

















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