Luddy Debate League Past Results

The Luddy Debate League is a regional debate league in North Carolina that is co-run by the Coolidge Foundation and the schools founded by Robert L. Luddy. Those schools are Thales Academy Apex, Thales Academy Rolesville, Franklin Academy, and St. Thomas More Academy. Throughout the year, the Coolidge Foundation helps to organize debate tournaments at these schools. Below are resolutions, results, and photos from past tournaments (high school results only).

 

2018-2019 Tournament #1 at Thales Academy Rolesville

“Resolved: The North Carolina state government should shift the weight of its K-12 education funding in favor of vouchers.”

  • Winning Team: Meigan Bagwell and Savanna Fortlage
  • Runner-Up Team: Munish Ganorkar and Alex Kaneklides
  • Top Individual Speakers
    • 1st place: Kennedy Brooks
    • 2nd place: Ethan Delves and Aime Heroux (tied)

 


2017-2018 Tournament #4 at Franklin Academy (Coolidge Cup Qualifier)

“Resolved: For the United States, socialism would be a better economic system than capitalism for promoting the well-being of the average person.”

  • Winning Team: (To be added)
  • Runner-Up Team: (To be added)
  • Top Individual Speakers (To be added)
    • 1st place:
    • 2nd place:

 

2017-2018 Tournament #3 at Thales Academy Apex

“Resolved: A significant tariff on imported goods from Mexico is a good policy for the U.S. economy.”

  • Winning Team: (To be added)
  • Runner-Up Team: (To be added)
  • Top Individual Speakers (To be added)
    • 1st place:
    • 2nd place:

 

2017-2018 Tournament #2 at Thales Academy Rolesville

“Resolved: The United States should abolish the capital gains tax.”

  • Winning Team: (To be added)
  • Runner-Up Team: (To be added)
  • Top Individual Speakers (To be added)
    • 1st place:
    • 2nd place:

 

2017-2018 Tournament #1 at Thales Academy Apex

Resolution to be added

  • Winning Team: (To be added)
  • Runner-Up Team: (To be added)
  • Top Individual Speakers (To be added)
    • 1st place:
    • 2nd place:

 

Debaters compete in a Luddy Debate League tournament at Franklin Academy, May 2018