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  • The Houston Independent School District Debate Initiative (HDI) serves between 800-1000 students annually in nearly 30 HISD high schools. HDI has enjoyed increasing competitive success in local, state and even national tournaments. Recently, HDI teams placed among the top teams in the state and nation at the UIL CX Debate State Championship in Austin and NAUDL Urban Debate National Championship in Washington D.C.
     
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HDI Articles

  • HUDL Winter Classic: December 12

    Posted by Mark Niles Jr on 12/14/2020 10:00:00 AM

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  • Middle School Tournament 2: November 14

    Posted by Mark Niles Jr on 11/17/2020

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  • HUDL Tournament 3: November 7

    Posted by Mark Niles Jr on 11/7/2020 10:05:00 PM

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  • HUDL Tournament 2: October 10

    Posted by Mark Niles Jr on 10/11/2020 1:00:00 AM

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  • HUDL Tournament 1: September 19

    Posted by Mark Niles Jr on 9/21/2020 2:00:00 PM

    CROSS EXAMINATION

    Top Speakers:
    1. Dean Ahmed Heights HS
    2. Mahilet Tefera Liberty HS
    3. Nathalia Estrada Liberty HS
    Top 4
    1. Mahilet Tefera and Melvin Guevara Liberty HS
    2. Jeremiah Jolivette and Dean Ahmed Heights HS
    3. Nathalia Estrada and Nelly Larin Liberty HS
    4. Valentin Vasquez and Bassam Aneed Sharpstown International

    PUBLIC FORUM
    JV
    Top Speakers:
    1. Laila McGowan Challenge HS
    2. Nathaniel Palomarez Sharpstown International
    3. Paula Wright Sharpstown International
    Top 4:
    1. Nathaniel Palomerez and Anddy Lopez Sharpstown International
    2. Laila McGowan and Alicia Melendez Challenge HS
    3. Meylin Fuentes and Paula Wright Sharpstown International
    4. Adrian Pena and Brayan Garcia Sharpstown International


    Varisty
    Top Speakers:
    1. Pranav Kumar
    2. Diego Garcia
    3. Bartolo Barona
    Top 7:
    1. Ruofan Liu and Pranav Kumar Carnegie
    2. Diego Garcia and Bartolo Barona Westbury
    3. Elliot Fulmer and Jack Purser Lamar
    4. Paul Daniel and Roy Semaan DeBakey
    5. Jocelyn Sierra and Joselin Carlos Sharpstown International
    6. Sarah Ajao and Elvia Mora-Blanco Carnegie
    7. Kate Alarcon and Amaya Sanchez Sharpstown International


    Lincoln Douglas
    JV
    Top Speaker
    1. Tegann Franco Challenge HS
    2. Zamured Alazzawi Liberty HS
    3. Diego Calderon Carnegie
    Top 3
    1. Tegann Franco Challenge HS
    2. Wilber Melara Liberty HS
    3. Zamured Alazzawi Liberty HS

    Varsity
    Top Speakers
    1. Tanish Madan Carnegie
    2. Justin Hung DeBakey
    3. Cindy Cui Carnegie
    Top 11
    1. Tanish Madan Carnegie
    2. Cindy Cui Carnegie
    3. Kate Davis Energy Institute
    4. Justin Hung DeBakey
    5. Joshua Adegoke Challenge HS
    6. Siddhartha Rana Carnegie
    7. Rhea Singh DeBakey
    8. Dion Barnes Westbury
    9. Julian Salaberry Energy
    10. Leon Sakata Carnegie
    11. Swetha Saravanan Debakey


    World Schools
    Top Speakers
    1. Jaylon Flowers East Early
    2. Kevin Le Sharpstown International
    3. Yosselin Leon East Early
    Top 2
    1. Isaac Alvarez, Jaylon Flowers, Yosselin Leon and Francisco Bracho East Early
    2. Hau Nguyen, Alexis Tellez, Kevin Le and Larry Bello Sharpstown International

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  • HUDL City Championship

    Posted by Mark Niles Jr on 2/23/2020 6:00:00 AM

    Feb. 22, 2020 - Students from 19 Houston-area high schools converged on the Bob Casey Federal Courthouse in downtown Houston to compete for the Houston Urban Debate League's city championships. Having qualified to reach the courthouse by participating in regular season HUDL tournaments and then breaking to the elimination rounds at the HISD and CASE qualifying tournaments, students from all over the greater Houston area competed to see who would be crowned champions in each of HUDL's five divisions.

    The HUDL City Champions and runners-up for the 2019-2020 season are:


    Congress Debate
    In 10th place, from Wheatley HS, Jesse Reyes.

    In 9th place, from Westbury, Juan Chavez.

    In 8th place, from Westbury, Jesse Flores.

    In 7th place, from Houston Academy for International Studies, Jennifer Manzano (Jenn-i-fur Man-san-oh).

    In 6th place, from Waltrip, Alex Barnes.

    In 5th place, from Westbury, JeVon Tone.

    In 4th place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Nikhil Vinod.

    In 3rd place, from Energy Institute HS, Cole Kehn.

    In 2nd place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Raahim Siddiqui.

    In 1st place, from Energy Institute HS, Jackson Nielsen.


    Cross-Examination

    The Octafinalists in CX Var were...

    From Heights High School, Olivia Kuffner and Angel Gaston.

    From Heights High School, Natalie Gonzalez and Luke Miller.

    From Heights High School, Alice Waters and Tavia Gabrysch.

    From Westside HS, Daniel Ensandoost and Sarvesh Iadhav.

    From Heights High School, Elias Elizarraras and Julian Seghers.

    From CASE Harmony School of Advancement

    From CASE Alief ISD Taylor HS

    From Alief Kerr High School


    The Quarterfinalists in CX Var were...

    From CASE Humble ISD Aatascocita HS

    From North Houston Early College, Guadalupe Blas and Angelina Martinez.

    From Heights High School, Jeremiah Jolivette and George Psaras.

    From DeBakey, Roohie Sheikh and Audrey Nguyen.

     

    The Semifinalists in CX Var were...

    From Heights High School, Sebastian Arreola and Grace Sahualla.

    From Alief Kerr High School


    In the Final round of CX Var...

    In 2nd place, from Heights High School, Lee Carter and Alfonso Arreola.

    In 1st place, from Heights High School, Thomas Williams and Alex Poll.

    Lincoln Douglas

    The Octafinalists in Lincoln Douglas were...

    From DeBakey, David Dzul.

    From Houston Academy for International Studies, Boris Mejia.

    From Westbury, Bilal Gilbert.

    From DeBakey, Kimberly Richardson.

    From Kashmere, Makayla Mayes.

    From Westside HS, Megan McKay.

    From Westbury, Victor Gonzalez.

    From Sterling HS, Maddyson Barron.


    The Quarterfinalists in Lincoln Douglas were...

    From Westside HS, Aishi Gulati.

    From Westside HS, Runtian Du.

    From Westbury, Jonathan Matinez.

    From DeBakey, Rebecca Rodriguez.


    The Semifinalists in Lincoln Douglas were...

    From HISD UIL Carnegie, Jeffrey Qi.

    From Westbury, Limairy Cervates.


    In the Final round of Lincoln Douglas...

    In 2nd place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Tanish Madan.

    In 1st place, from DeBakey, Amulya Tamma.

    Public Forum

    The Quarterfinalists in Public Forum were...

    From Houston Academy for International Studies, Heidi Chapin (Hi-dee Chay-pin) and Erin Smart (Air-in Smart).

    From HISD UIL Carnegie, Marilyn Vaca and Sophia Dai.

    From DeBakey, Pranav Chemudupaty and Pranjal Sheth.

    From HISD UIL Carnegie, Nora Mohamed and Elvia Mora-Blanco.


    The Semifinalists in Public Forum were...

    From HISD UIL Carnegie, Anjni Patel and Varshitha Krishna.

    From Westside HS, Amaya Jacob and Gaurav Dutta.


    In the Final round of Public Forum...

    In 2nd place, from DeBakey, Nithya Erabelli and Roy Semaan.

    In 1st place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Ruafan Liu and Pranav Kumar.

    World Schools

    The Octafinalists in WSD Var were...

    From CASE Harmony School of Advancement

    From CASE Spring Branch ISD Westchester International

    From CASE Alief ISD Taylor HS

    From CASE Spring Early College Academy

    From Alief Kerr High School

    From CASE Harmony School of Advancement, Filza Anis

    From South Early, Noah Otote-Ingram, Maynard Capalad and Kaleb Manalo.

    From DeBakey, Sahil Patel, Ibrahim Ozgel and Herbert Chen.


    The Quarterfinalists in WSD Var were...

    From CASE Harmony School of Advancement

    From CASE Spring Early College Academy

    From South Early, Jetaury Davis, Nia Burch and Ricardo Hammonds.

    From Elsik High School


    The Semifinalists in WSD Var were...

    From DeBakey, Pratik Pohuja, Sanshuv Joshi and Dhruv Patel.

    From CASE Spring Early College Academy


    In the Final round of WSD Var...

    In 2nd place, from DeBakey, Charlye Jackson (Charlie), Neeharika Venuturupalli, Camille Ofulue, Megan Benavides and Deena Ali.

    In 1st place, from Elsik High School

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  • HISD/HUDL T5 (January 18, 2020)

    Posted by Mark Niles Jr on 1/19/2020 6:00:00 AM

    Congressional Debate

    In 8th place, from Houston Academy for International Studies, Jennifer Manzano (Jenn-i-fur Man-san-oh).                                                     

    In 7th place, from Waltrip, Alex Barnes.

    In 6th place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Anjni Patel.

    In 5th place, from Energy Institute HS, Max Fleisher.

    In 4th place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Nikhil Vinod.

    In 3rd place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Raahim Siddiqui.

    In 2nd place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Varshitha Krishnan.

    In 1st place, from Energy Institute HS, Jackson Nielsen.

    Varsity Cross-Examination

    In 7th place, from Heights High School, Grace Sahualla and Sebastian Arreola.

    In 6th place, from Liberty HS, Kashish Soni and Mahilet Tefera.

    In 5th place, from Heights High School, Raquel Emiliano and Angelina Loveless.

    In 4th place, from Heights High School, Eidden 'Dean' Ahmed and Jeremiah Jolivette.

    In 3rd place, from DeBakey, Roohie Sheikh and Audrey Nguyen.

    In 2nd place, from Heights High School, Joshua Martinez and Elias Elizarraras.

    In 1st place, from North Houston Early College, Angelina Martinez and Guadalupe Blas

    Junior Varsity Lincoln Douglas

    7th place, from Westbury, Tori Guajardo (Victoria).

    In 16th place, from Jack Yates, Damisha Lewis .

    In 15th place, from Liberty HS, Wilber Melara.

    In 14th place, from Jack Yates, A'myia Landry.

    In 13th place, from Kashmere, Lanisha Thompson.

    In 12th place, from Westbury, Carlos Lozoya.

    In 11th place, from South Early, Rian Gaines.

    In 10th place, from Houston Academy for International Studies, Moses Garcia (Mo-ses Gar-see-uh).

    In 9th place, from Liberty HS, Zamured Alazzawi.

    In 8th place, from South Early, Alyssa Mottu (MOTOO).

    In 7th place, from Westbury, Adeolwa Ojo.

    In 6th place, from Jack Yates, Jonathan Hill.

    In 5th place, from Westbury, Aurie Holt.

    In 4th place, from Jack Yates, Mario Alvarado.

    In 3rd place, from DeBakey, Anish Buddolla.

    In 2nd place, from Sterling HS, Mala Freeman.

    In 1st place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Nour Chibani.

    Varsity Lincoln Douglas

    In 16th place, from Westbury, Leah Lynch.

    In 15th place, from Westbury, Danielle Feudjio.

    In 14th place, from Energy Institute HS, Alexander Romero.

    In 13th place, from Westbury, Jonathan Matinez.

    In 12th place, from Westbury, Aaron Homer.

    In 11th place, from Heights High School, Tailen Lloyd.

    In 10th place, from Westside HS, Runtian Du.

    In 9th place, from Westbury, Limairy Cervates.

    In 8th place, from Westbury, Bilal Gilbert.

    In 7th place, from Energy Institute HS, Katie Davis.

    In 6th place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Tanish Madan.

    In 5th place, from DeBakey, Swetha Saravanan.

    In 4th place, from Westbury, Sandy Ramirez.

    In 3rd place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Jeffrey Qi.

    In 2nd place, from Westbury, Ki'anudra Witherspoon.

    In 1st place, from Energy Institute HS, Akaash Freibott.

    Junior Varsity Public Forum

    In 6th place, from Sharpstown International, Jocelyn Sierra and Evelyn Reyes.

    In 5th place, from DeBakey, Bethel Demissu and Liana Burum .

    In 4th place, from Sharpstown International, Emily Shed and Gabriel Alfaro.

    In 3rd place, from Challenge, Ariadna Sanchez and Enrique Juarez.

    In 2nd place, from Mount Carmel, Alexis Gonzalez and Daisy Astello.

    In 1st place, from Mount Carmel, Joshua Perez and Amy Palacios.

    Varsity Public Forum

    In 8th place, from Westbury, Bartolo Barona and Diego Garcia.

    In 7th place, from DeBakey, Kimberly Richardson and Yang Tao.

    In 6th place, from Westbury, Angel Rivera and Jerry Vazquez.

    In 5th place, from DeBakey, Pranav Chemudupaty and Pranjal Sheth.

    In 4th place, from Westside HS, Gaurav Dutta and Amaya Jacob.

    In 3rd place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Nora Mohamed and Elvia Mora-Blanco.

    In 2nd place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Ruofan Liu and Pranav Kumar.

    In 1st place, from Houston Academy for International Studies, Heidi Chapin (Hi-dee Chay-pin) and Erin Smart (Air-in Smart).

    Junior Varsity World Schools

    In 4th place, from North Houston Early College, Abigail Price, Alissa Hernandez Pena and Allison Martinez.

    In 3rd place, from North Houston Early College, Meleny Silva, Melina Davila, Melanyn Cabrera (MEL-A-NEE ) and Melanie De La Vega.

    In 2nd place, from Scarborough, Celeste Davila, Brooklyn Fountain and Angela Scyrus.

    In 1st place, from North Houston Early College, Guadalupe Fraire (WAH-DAH-LOO-PAY FRIE-REY), Cybill Martinez de Hoyos and Priscilla Osorio.

    Varsity World Schools

    In 4th place, from DeBakey, Joon Hwa Kim, Sahil Patel, Dhruv Patel, Herbert Chen and Pratik Pohuja.

    In 3rd place, from East Early, Yosselin Leon, Jazziel Saucedo, Christina Jimenez, Jaylon Flowers and Alexis Mendoza.

    In 2nd place, from South Early, Brie Williams, Noah Otote-Ingram, Kaleb Manalo and Maynard Capalad.

    In 1st place, from DeBakey, Charlye Jackson (Charlie), Neeharika Venuturupalli, Deena Ali, Megan Benavides and Camille Ofulue.

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  • HUDL Winter Classic (December 14, 2019)

    Posted by Mark Niles Jr on 12/15/2019 12:05:00 AM

    Congressional Debate

     In 3rd place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Raahim Siddiqui.

    In 2nd place was Alief Kerr High School

    In 1st place was Alief Kerr High School

    Junior Varsity Cross-Examination

     In 12th place, from Sharpstown International, Kevin Le and Hau Nguyen.

    In 11th place, from Sharpstown International, Bassam Aneed and Valentin Vasquez.

    In 10th place was CASE Humble ISD Aatascocita HS

    In 9th place was CASE Alief ISD Taylor HS

    In 8th place was CASE Humble ISD Aatascocita HS

    In 7th place was CASE Alief ISD Taylor HS

    In 6th place, from North Houston Early College, Bryant Ramos and Devin Robinson.

    In 5th place, from Westside HS, Lucas Abraham and Ilies Dollizal.

    In 4th place, from Sharpstown International, Allison Aguilar and Ellen May Acupan.

    In 3rd place was CASE Alief ISD Taylor HS

    In 2nd place was CASE Harmony School of Advancement

    In 1st place was Alief Kerr High School

    Varsity Cross-Examination 

    In 3rd place, from North Houston Early College, Angelina Martinez and Guadalupe Blas.

    In 2nd place was CASE Humble ISD Aatascocita HS

    In 1st place was Alief Kerr High School

    Junior Varsity Lincoln Douglas

    In 9th place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Nour Chibani.

    In 8th place, from South Early, Alyssa Mottu (MOTOO).

    In 7th place, from Jack Yates, Christian Alvarado.

    In 6th place, from Waltrip, Pete Chavez.

    In 5th place, from Westside HS, Runtian Du.

    In 4th place, from Law HS, Faith Mattison.

    In 3rd place, from DeBakey, Justin Hung.

    In 2nd place, from Sterling HS, Mala Freeman.

    In 1st place, from DeBakey, Kimberly Richardson.

    Varsity Lincoln Douglas

    In 11th place, from Houston Academy for International Studies, Boris Mejia.

    In 10th place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Nishanth Kadiyala.

    In 9th place, from Westbury, Limairy Cervates.

    In 8th place, from Westbury, Leah Lynch.

    In 7th place, from Houston Academy for International Studies, Daphne Goodsby (Daf-knee Goods-bee).

    In 6th place, from Challenge, Joshua Adegoke (Josh Add-eh-go-key).

    In 5th place, from Westbury, Sandy Ramirez.

    There was a 2-way tie for 3rd place.

    From Westbury, Dion Barnes.

    From Westbury, Jonathan Matinez.

    In 2nd place, from East Early, Bryant Juarez.

    In 1st place, from DeBakey, David Dzul. 

    Junior Varsity Public Forum

     In 8th place, from Sharpstown International, Ariel Vera and Ivanna Lopez.

    In 7th place, from Sharpstown International, Angel Melendez and Evelyn Vargas.

    In 6th place, from Challenge, Ariadna Sanchez and Enrique Juarez.

    In 5th place, from Sharpstown International, Nathaniel Palomarez and Anddy Lopez.

    In 4th place, from Sharpstown International, Aritzbeth Delacruz and Peace Shorungbe.

    In 3rd place, from Law HS, Naomi Montiel and James Riley.

    In 2nd place, from Sharpstown International, Emily Shed and Gabriel Alfaro.

    In 1st place, from Houston Academy for International Studies, Quan Nguyen (Kwan Win) and Heidi Chapin (Hi-dee Chay-pin).

    Varsity Public Forum

    In 6th place, from Westbury, Jerry Vazquez and Angel Rivera.

    In 5th place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Sophia Dai and Marilyn Vaca.

    In 4th place, from DeBakey, Ehson Maleki and Dimanthi Perera.

    In 3rd place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Anjni Patel and Varshitha Krishnan.

    In 2nd place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Ruofan Liu and Pranav Kumar.

    In 1st place, from DeBakey, Paul Daniel and Roy Semaan. 

    Junior Varsity World Schools

    In 12th place, from Scarborough, Alexa Johnson, Nicholas Guerrero, Angela Scyrus, Jacob Medina and Celeste Davila.

    In 11th place, from DeBakey, Pei-Chen Ho, Leah Iem, Lisa Hadi , Leopold Hoang and Lariah Hamilton.

    In 10th place was CASE Yes Prep Brays Oaks

    In 9th place was ASE Spring Branch ISD Westchester International

    In 8th place, from Alief Kerr High School

    In 7th place was CASE Spring Early College Academy

    In 6th place was CASE Alief ISD Taylor HS

    In 5th place was Spring Woods High School

    In 4th place, from East Early, Yesenia Galvan, Isaac Cordova, Isaac Alvarez and Alejandera Espinoza.

    In 3rd place was CASE Alief ISD Taylor HS

    In 2nd place was Spring Woods High School

    In 1st place was CASE Harmony School of Advancement

    Varsity World Schools

     In 8th place, from DeBakey, Ibrahim Ozgel, Dhruv Patel, Nithya Erabelli and Audrey Nguyen.

    In 7th place was CASE Spring Early College Academy

    In 6th place was Alief Kerr High School

    In 5th place was Alief Kerr High School

    In 4th place was CASE Harmony School of Advancement

    In 3rd place, from East Early, Jazziel Saucedo, Alexis Mendoza, Christina Jimenez, Yosselin Leon and Jaylon Flowers.

    In 2nd place was CASE Harmony School of Advancement

    In 1st place was CASE Spring Early College Academy

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  • HUDL/HISD Tournament 3 (November 16, 2019)

    Posted by Mark Niles Jr on 11/19/2019 3:10:00 AM

    Congressional Debate

     In 7th place, from DeBakey, Megan Benavides.

    In 6th place, from Energy Institute HS, Max Fleisher.

    In 5th place, from Waltrip, Alex Barnes.

    In 4th place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Raahim Siddiqui.

    In 3rd place, from DeBakey, Camille Ofulue.

    In 2nd place, from DeBakey, Roy Semaan.

    In 1st place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Nikhil Vinod.

    Junior Varsity Cross-Examination

     In 7th place, from Heights High School, Angelina Loveless and Eidden 'Dean' Ahmed.

    In 6th place, from Westside HS, Ramy Labidi and Evan Roach.

    In 5th place, from Sharpstown International, Hadassa Belizor and Areli Roman.

    In 4th place, from Sharpstown International, Allison Aguilar and Jocelyn Sierra.

    In 3rd place, from Westside HS, Harshadeep Kambhampati and Tu Dang.

    In 2nd place, from Jack Yates, Damisha Lewis and Mario Alvarado.

    In 1st place, from Heights High School, Angel Gaston and Alice Waters.

    Varsity Cross-Examination

    In 5th place, from Heights High School, George Psaras and Jeremiah Jolivette.

    In 4th place, from Heights High School, Elias Elizarraras and Ansel Juarez.

    In 3rd place, from Heights High School, Natalie Gonzalez and Luke Miller.

    In 2nd place, from Heights High School, Thomas Williams and Alex Poll.

    In 1st place, from Heights High School, Julian Seghers and Mia Struggs.

    Junior Varsity Lincoln Douglas

     In 13th place, from DeBakey, Anish Buddolla.

    In 12th place, from South Early, Rian Gaines.

    In 11th place, from Law HS, Faith Mattison.

    In 10th place, from Energy Institute HS, Parker Milligan.

    In 9th place, from DeBakey, Joon Hwa Kim.

    In 8th place, from DeBakey, Rhea Singh .

    In 7th place, from Sterling HS, Mala Freeman.

    In 6th place, from Jack Yates, Christian Alvarado.

    In 5th place, from DeBakey, Kimberly Richardson.

    In 4th place, from Westbury, Jaylan Long.

    In 3rd place, from Westbury, Jonathan Matinez.

    In 2nd place, from Westbury, Leah Lynch.

    In 1st place, from Westside HS, Runtian Du. 

    Varsity Lincoln Douglas

     In 13th place, from Kashmere, Marlene Sanchez.

    In 12th place, from Challenge, Joshua Adegoke (Josh Add-eh-go-key).

    In 11th place, from Kashmere, Gina Tatmon.

    In 10th place, from DeBakey, Swetha Saravanan.

    In 9th place, from DeBakey, Rebecca Rodriguez.

    In 8th place, from Westside HS, Spiridhon Hoxha.

    In 7th place, from Westbury, Sandy Ramirez.

    In 6th place, from Energy Institute HS, Julian Salaberry.

    In 5th place, from DeBakey, Anthony Rodriguez.

    In 4th place, from Westside HS, Ethan H Nguyen .

    In 3rd place, from Energy Institute HS, Elliot Salas.

    In 2nd place, from Westside HS, Brianna Cummins.

    In 1st place, from Sterling HS, Maddyson Barron.

    Junior Varsity Public Forum

    In 7th place, from Sharpstown International, Stefan Pinate and Hermela Tewelde.

    In 6th place, from Sharpstown International, Brian Oropeza and Peace Shorungbe.

    In 5th place, from Sharpstown International, Ariel Vera and Ivanna Lopez.

    In 4th place, from Law HS, Lanesha Wolfe and Naomi Montiel.

    In 3rd place, from Mount Carmel, Amy Palacios and Joshua Perez.

    In 2nd place, from Sharpstown International, Hau Nguyen and Kevin Le.

    In 1st place, from DeBakey, Liana Burum and Bethel Demissu.

    Varsity Public Forum

    In 5th place, from Mount Carmel, Alexis Gonzalez and Fabiola Gomez.

    In 4th place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Elvia Mora-Blanco and Jackson Marin-Bayles.

    In 3rd place, from Westbury, Stephanie Morales and Bilal Gilbert.

    In 2nd place, from DeBakey, Pranjal Sheth and Pranav Chemudupaty.

    In 1st place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Pranav Kumar and Ruafan Liu.

    Junior Varsity World Schools

    In 5th place, from North Houston Early College, Olivia Lugo (LOO-GO), Christopher Gorrostieta (GORE-OH-STEE-EH-TAH) and Luis Loredo.

    In 4th place, from DeBakey, Lisa Hadi , Lariah Hamilton, Leopold Hoang, Pei-Chen Ho and Leah Iem.

    In 3rd place, from East Early, Michelle Santos, MAVERICK, Isaac Cordova, Isaac Alvarez and Francisco Bracho.

    In 2nd place, from North Houston Early College, Priscilla Osorio, Alissa Hernandez Pena and Guadalupe Fraire (WAH-DAH-LOO-PAY FRIE-REY).

    In 1st place, from North Houston Early College, Meleny Silva, Melanyn Cabrera (MEL-A-NEE ) and Melina Davila.

    Varsity World Schools

    In 4th place, from East Early, Jazziel Saucedo, Jaylon Flowers, Yosselin Leon, Alexis Short and Christina Jimenez.

    In 3rd place, from South Early, Jetaury Davis (Jeh-Tar-ee), Noah Otote-Ingram, Ricardo Hammonds, Kaleb Manalo and Nia Burch.

    In 2nd place, from DeBakey, Charlye Jackson (Charlie), Nithya Erabelli and Deena Ali.

    In 1st place, from DeBakey, Herbert Chen, Sanshuv Joshi, Pratik Pohuja, Dhruv Patel and Ibrahim Ozgel.

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  • HUDL/HISD Tournament 2 (October 26, 2019)

    Posted by Mark Niles Jr on 10/29/2019 2:10:00 AM

    Congressional Debate

    In 3rd place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Nikhil Vinod.

    In 2nd place, from Waltrip, Miranda Noonon.

    In 1st place, from Energy Institute HS, Jackson Nielsen.

    Junior Varsity Cross-Examination 

    In 4th place, from Sharpstown International, Areli Roman and Hadassa Belizor.

    In 3rd place, from Westside HS, Daniel Ensandoost and Harshadeep Kambhampati.

    In 2nd place, from Heights High School, George Psaras and Jeremiah Jolivette.

    In 1st place, from Sharpstown International, Joselin Carlos and Shiou-Hong Lii.

    Varsity Cross-Examination Debate 

    In 3rd place, from Heights High School, Julian Seghers and Mia Struggs.

    In 2nd place, from Heights High School, Natalie Gonzalez and Luke Miller.

    In 1st place, from Westside HS, Townes Schultz and Mahintha Karthik.

    Junior Varsity Lincoln Douglas 

    In 13th place, from Westbury, Jaylan Long.

    In 12th place, from Westbury, Aurie Holt.

    In 11th place, from Westbury, Anthony Villanueva.

    In 10th place, from Westbury, Leah Lynch.

    In 9th place, from Westside HS, Tuan Nguyen.

    In 8th place, from Jack Yates, David Jackson.

    In 7th place, from Westside HS, Ariana Allgood.

    In 6th place, from Westside HS, Runtian Du.

    In 5th place, from Houston Academy for International Studies, Alicia Pineda (A-lees-ee-uh Pee-ney-da).

    In 4th place, from Westbury, Jonathan Matinez.

    In 3rd place, from Law HS, Faith Mattison.

    In 2nd place, from Westside HS, Megan McKay.

    In 1st place, from Westside HS, Aishi Gulati.

    Varsity Lincoln Douglas

    In 10th place, from Energy Institute HS, Katie Davis.

    In 9th place, from Westbury, Stephanie Morales.

    In 8th place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Nishanth Kadiyala.

    In 7th place, from Westbury, Dion Barnes.

    In 6th place, from Westbury, Michelle Ejimofor.

    In 5th place, from Challenge, Joshua Adegoke (Josh Add-eh-go-key).

    In 4th place, from Westside HS, Sripod Yadagiri.

    In 3rd place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Siddhartha Rana.

    In 2nd place, from Houston Academy for International Studies, Lydian Zamarripa.

    In 1st place, from Westbury, Haileigh Fayard.

    Junior Varsity Public Forum

    In 7th place, from Law HS, Kiyah Harris and Febe Cisneros .

    In 6th place, from Sharpstown International, Hermela Tewelde and Gabriela Romero.

    In 5th place, from Sharpstown International, Paula Wright and Angie Santiago.

    In 4th place, from Sharpstown International, Hau Nguyen and Kevin Le.

    In 3rd place, from Sharpstown International, Angel Melendez and Evelyn Vargas.

    In 2nd place, from Law HS, Lanesha Wolfe and Daniela Chavez.

    In 1st place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Marilyn Vaca and Sophia Dai.

    Varsity Public Forum

    In 2nd place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Jackson Marin-Bayles and Elvia Mora-Blanco.

    In 1st place, from HISD UIL Carnegie, Ruafan Liu and Pranav Kumar.

    Junior Varsity World Schools 

    In 3rd place, from East Early, Michelle Santos, Francisco Bracho, Isaac Alvarez and Alejandera Espinoza.

    In 2nd place, from North Houston Early College, Melina Davila, Meleny Silva, Melanie De La Vega and Melanyn Cabrera (MEL-A-NEE ).

    In 1st place, from North Houston Early College, Guadalupe Fraire (WAH-DAH-LOO-PAY FRIE-REY), Priscilla Osorio, Cybill Martinez de Hoyos and Alissa Hernandez Pena.

    Varsity World Schools 

     In 4th place, from Westbury, Jerry Vazquez, Angel Rivera and Carlos Lozoya.

    In 3rd place, from Young Women's, Amiyah White, Paloma Leija, Hy Thach and Myla Valmont.

    In 2nd place, from South Early, Kaleb Manalo, Maynard Capalad and Noah Otote-Ingram.

    In 1st place, from South Early, Ricardo Hammonds, Nia Burch and Jetaury Davis (Jeh-Tar-ee).

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