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LS Students Win National Speech And Debate Tournament In Dallas, Texas


07/02/2019

 

Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School congratulates Sandeep Shankar and Daniel Cigale of Lincoln-Sudbury for winning the 2019 National Speech and Debate Association National Tournament held in Dallas, Texas. In the final round, Cigale and Shankar defeated All Saints Episcopal’s competitors Bradley Tidwell and Evan Pan on June 21st, on a 13-2 decision, the widest margin of victory in the event's history.  Over the prior week of competition, Sandeep and Daniel debated 15 rounds against the finest speech and debate teams in the nation, winning their final 9 rounds consecutively en route to the Championship.  This capped off their historic postseason run, which also saw them win 2nd place at April's National Tournament of Champions. For their victory, Sandeep and Daniel were each awarded a $5,000 scholarship toward the college of their choice.  

The National Speech & Debate Tournament is the largest academic competition in the world bringing together competitors representing the top 4% of more than 150,000 student members at approximately 3,500 schools. Two teams from LS participated in the tournament: Brooks Howell and Jesse Sun; and Daniel Cigale and Sandeep Shankar.  

The LS Speech and Debate Team thanks Tim Nikula, LS History Teacher, for being coach and mentor.  The team has appreciated his cool candor in dealing with student issues as he volunteered his time running the LS Speech and Debate Tournament for the past two years which is held in December.  

Please see the link below of the All Saints PT vs. Lincoln-Sudbury National Speech and Debate Association Public Forum Finals.   

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psqrVewK8eM 

 

https://www.vbriefly.com/2019/06/21/lincoln-sudbury-cs-is-the-2019-nsda-pf-champion/



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