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Lincoln Douglas Master Case ListEdit

Region 1Edit

HawaiiEdit

Region 2/STOAEdit

CaliforniaEdit

Region 3Edit

AlaskaEdit

ColoradoEdit

IdahoEdit

MontanaEdit

NevadaEdit

North DakotaEdit

OregonEdit

South DakotaEdit

UtahEdit

WashingtonEdit

WyomingEdit

Region 4Edit

ArkansasEdit

ArizonaEdit

New MexicoEdit

Grace Larimer - [Chili, NM] - Negative--value of quality of life, criterion of excellence

OklahomaEdit

TexasEdit

Mary Kate Crockett - [??, TX] -- Affirmative--Value of Excellence, criterion of personal goals

Avery Lil - [ARC, TX] - Affirmative--value of excellence, criterion of lasting results; Negative--value of excellence, criterion of lasting results

Ryan Matlack - [Club 19:14] - Affirmative--value of self-improvement, criterion of comparison; Negative--value of law, criterion of social contract

Justin Burchfiel - [Club 19:14] - Affirmative--value of economic progress, criterion of fair competition

Isaac Sommers - [iCom, TX] - Affirmative - Value: Robust Economy, Criterion: Free Market

Peter Helms - [SONT, TX] - Negative--value of progress, no criterion; also sometimes runs a balanced negative

David Huber - [??, TX] - Negative--value of excellence, criterion of unity

Christina Hastings - [ARC, TX] - Negative--value of altruism, no criterion

Joshua Jones - [iCom, TX] - Negative--value of mutual benefit, no criterion

Chelsea Recine - [??, TX] - Negative--Resolutional Kritik

Elizabeth Vecseri - [iCom, TX] - Affirmative--value of excellence, criterion of competition , Negative--value: Excellence, no criterion

John Wilson - [??, TX] - Affirmative--value of motivation, criterion of competition

Erika Sivils - [??, TX] - Affirmative--Value of Excellence, Crit of Competition

Region 5Edit

IowaEdit

KansasEdit

MinnesotaEdit

MissouriEdit

NebraskaEdit

Region 6Edit

UnknownEdit

IndependentEdit

IllinoisEdit

IndianaEdit

KentuckyEdit

OhioEdit

  • Austin Heath - [Integra-X, OH] - AFF: Accountable Leadership NEG: Direct ref
  • Montana Krueger - [Integra-X, OH] - AFF: Excellence; Criterion of innovation. NEG: Direct Ref.
  • Will Malson - [Independent, OH] - AFF: 1. Biopolitics bad, 2. Separation of Powers good, NEG: 1. Capitalism (variations), 2. Biopolitics bad
  • Caroline McKenzie - [Integra-X, OH] - AFF: Excellence; Criterion of competition. NEG: Direct Ref.
  • Kathleen Farah - [Integra-X, OH] - AFF: Responsibility, Criterion: Freedom of choice NEG: General Welfare; Criterion of compassion.
  • Rebecca Snowden - [SOAR, OH] - AFF: Excellence with a crit of motivation, NEG: Balanced Negative

WisconsinEdit

  • Trae Beem - [Salt and Light, WI] - Affirmative--value of excellence, criterion of competition. NEG: Anti-value of chaos with a criterion of conflict.
  • Joseph Dykstra - [Madison CCOW, WI] -
  • Kalila Horwitz - [Salt Light, WI] - AFF: ??, NEG: 1. Human Rights through liberty
  • Dietrich Heiss - [Salt Light, WI] -
  • Dawn Manning - [Cognito, WI] - Affirmative--value of freedom; Negative--value of preservation of human life
  • Joshua Mirth - [PARADE, WI] - Affirmative--value of "knowledge of the truth", criterion of competition
  • Joseph Sigwarth - [PARADE, WI] - Affirmative--value of excellence, criterion of efficiency; Negative--value of national security, criterion of inter-agency cooperation
  • Anna Young - [Salt Light, WI] - AFF: 1. Human Rights through Individuality, NEG: 1. Anti-Value of Chaos

Region 7Edit

AlabamaEdit

Daniel Blanchard [Contenders] --

Drew Glover [Contenders] --

Joshua Hudson [Contenders] --

Megan Hudson [Contenders] --

Preston Kennedy [Catalyst] --

Katie Martin [Contenders] --

RJ Martin [Contenders] --

Joshua McCroskey [Catalyst] --

Christian Morbidelli [Catalyst] --

Nicholas Morbidelli [Catalyst] --

Andrew Mouser [Catalyst] --

Daniel Patrick [Catalyst] --

Peter Randolph [Contenders] --

Kathryn Reed [Contenders] --

Benjamin Simon [Catalyst] -- Value: Excellence. Criterion: Self Motivation. Idea of case: without motivation we can't achieve excellence.

Emily Simon [Catalyst] --

Katelyn Simon [Catalyst] --

Matthew Wallace [Catalyst] --

LouisianaEdit

Seth Bowman [STOMP] --

Ryan Cross [Baton Rouge] -- Aff value: progress. Neg Value: Individual rights.

Joshua Duhon [STOMP] -- Idea of Case: Cooperation achieves competition as a means to achieving competition.

Connor Headrick [Monroe Debate Club] --

Jonathan Jee [STOMP] --

Nathaniel Jennings [Monroe?]--

Kristin Johnson [Baton Rouge] --

Katherine Peacock [STOMP] --

Mary Peacock [STOMP] --

Eduardo Ricks [STOMP] --

Sarah Sanderlin [TECHCOR] -- AFF: Value: progress, idea is that process AND end goal = excellence

Meredith Welch [STOMP] --

MississippiEdit

Jonathan Dowell [Veritas Dei] --

Havilah Lum [Veritas Dei] --

Shirah Lum [Veritas Dei] --

Camden Perez [Veritas Dei] --

Dustin Runnels [Veritas Dei] --

Elizabeth Smith [Veritas Dei] --

Jonathan Storey [Veritas Dei] --

TennesseeEdit

Kayla Griesemer - [Areopagus] -

cRegion 8Edit

FloridaEdit

Case Brief: Tristan Stimson Balance Negative I removed this case because it is no longer in use


Case Brief: Christian Fernandez

Aff: Value: Demonism Criterion: Screwtape Letters

Neg: Value: Absolute tyranny Criterion: Coercion (he agrees that cooperation and coercion are the same)

GeorgiaEdit

Case brief Affirmative: Sam Little I removed this case because it is no longer in use

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North Carolina===


Alan Apthorp


No longer debating


Case Brief Negative: Haley Meadows I removed this case because it is no longer in use.




Case Brief Affirmative: Samuel Johnson

I just got back from regionals and the cases I removed are no longer in use. I am unable to replace the case flows because I have sent my flows home with someone who qualified.

South CarolinaEdit

John David Woolington [SWAP] - Aff - Value - Improvement of the quality of life. No Criterion.

Contention 1: Competition bushes businesses to make better cheaper goods. (Examples: Model-T, several competiting auto businesses)

Contention 2: Markets with little competition produce low quality goods. (Examples: Dunkin Donuts, public school system)


Case brief: Ray Ma Negative case


Value: General welfare: the well being of all people


Criterion: Moral Means


C1: competition alone is bad.

Civil War was a competition it killed people and there was little to no cooperation. Great Britain ended the slave trade with out a war because of cooperation.


C2: Cooperation recognizes Human Nature.

Cooperation is inherent.

“A hundred times every day I remind myself that my inner and outer life depend on the labors of other men, living and dead, and that I must exert myself in order to give in the same measure as I have received and am still receiving.” ~ Albert Einstein

When families compete Mom and Dad argue and fight this is not good for the kid.


C3:

Internet providers (search engine)

DARFA


Case brief Affirmative: Isaac Seymour I removed this case because it is no longer in use.


Case Brief Negative: Isaac Seymour

Value: Truth

Criterion: Efficacy

Mixes direct ref w/ the argument that cooperation can achieve excellence apart from competition, while competition cannot achieve excellence apart from cooperation.

Region 9Edit

DelawareEdit

MarylandEdit

VirginiaEdit

Washington D.C.Edit

West VirginiaEdit

Region 10Edit

ConnecticutEdit

MaineEdit

MassachusettsEdit

New HampshireEdit

New JerseyEdit

New YorkEdit

PennsylvaniaEdit

Rhode IslandEdit

VermontEdit