Wiley Earls Aff

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Border Wars1XXXX

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Fiesta2Henrey Deese

Cory Harrison

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NFA1WKY EF

Jared Anderson

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NFA2MOS Chase Dobler

Kevin Ambrose

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NFADoublesTRUMAN

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NFA2

Opponent: MOS Chase Dobler | Judge: Kevin Ambrose

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Opponent: TRUMAN | Judge: xxx

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EntryDate

1AC Reg Neg

9/26/17

Border Wars - Version lll

2/24/18

NFA rd1

4/19/18

PD Cites

4/22/18

Open Source

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4/22/18

ajearls@wileycedu

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Created by David Bowers on 2017/09/26 19:55