Four schools advance to UIL State Debate Competitions


Four Dallas ISD schools advanced to the UIL State CX Debate Tournament by placing first and second at the UIL District Meet in their respective divisions. James Madison, Wilmer-Hutchins, Bryan Adams high school and the School for Talented and Gifted will compete in the 2019 CX Debate State Tournament at the University of Texas at Austin in March.

The winning teams are:

Conference 3A District 11
Madison High School

  • Julia Ford and Coriesha Lowe, First Place
  • LaDarious Crayton and Zarious Morgan, Second Place

Conference 4A District 12
Wilmer Hutchins High School

  • Tiana Dean and Jailyn Woods McCarthy, First Place
  • Ryesha Gabriel and Téona Grant, Second Place

Conference 5A District 12
Bryan Adams High School

  • Gloria Alvarez and Sana Hassan, First Place
  • Alondra Camacho and Elijah Guerra, Second Place

Conference 6A District 8
School for the Talented & Gifted

  • Hector Hernandez and Christian Mendoza, First Place
  • Zoe Osborn and Miles Scholten, Second Place

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