Welcome to the home page for the 2022 SCJFL 3rd Quarter Debate Only Tournament tournament hosted by SCJFL on Feb 26, 2022 for Middle School students.
Status: Tournament Completed
2022 SCJFL 3rd Quarter Debate Only Tournament:
On Saturday, February 26th, 2022 is the date for the 2021 SCJFL 1st Quarter Debate Only Tournament, and we hope that your school or organization will be joining us.
You may register competitors at:
We will close entries on Tuesday, February 22nd, 2022 at noon, Pacific. All fees will be frozen at that time.
Lincoln-Douglas Debate: Resolved: The appropriation of outer space by private entities is unjust.
Policy Debate: Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase its protection of water resources in the United States.
Public Forum Debate: Resolved: On balance, Turkey’s membership is beneficial to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Big Questions: Resolved: On balance, societies benefit from religious belief and practice.
Congress: Docket will be available on the registration page.
$10 per individual entry (each Public Forum/Policy team is is $20)
One judge covers 2 debate event slots or fraction thereof
One judge covers 10 Congress slots or fraction thereof
Judge fee: $75 per uncovered debate slot/$20 per uncovered Congress slot
All changes or drops after Tuesday, February 22nd, 2022 at noon, Pacific will be charged a $20 nuisance fee for each change. Students who drop from the tournament after February 22nd, 2022 at noon will be charged a $20 no show fee for each student if the coach notifies the tournament before the dropped round. Students who drop without notifying the tournament will be charged a $30 no show fee.
Judges changes after Wednesday, February 23rd, 2022 at 12:00 a.m. Pacific will be charged a $50 judge nuisance fee. Judge drops after 12:01 a.m. on February 25th, 2022 will be charged a $100 judge no-show fee.
All fees should be paid through the ForensicsTournament.net website. Click the TOURNAMENT FEES tab on the left side of the tournament home page.
Judges who do not accept their assigned ballot will be charged a $20 no-show fee for the first offense. The second offense will be $40. Each subsequent no-show from the judge will warrant a $50 charge.
The tournament reserves the right to deny schools who do not supply at least half of their required judges. We will do our best to ensure that no schools are denied because of this reason.
One judge covers two (2) debate slots. One judge covers ten (10) Congress entries.
Please remember that judge training is the responsibility of the school entering that judge.
Schedule for Public Forum/LD/Big Questions:
9:00 – Round 1
10:30 – Round 2
12:00 – Round 3
2:00 – Round 4
3:30 - Round 5
5:00 - Round 6
7:00 – Awards
Schedule for Policy/Congress:
9:00 – Round 1
11:00 – Round 2
1:30 – Round 3 (Was originally scheduled for 1:00, but pushed to 1:30)
3:30 - Final Round (if a semifinal round is needed, then finals will be at 5:00) (Was originally scheduled for 3:00, but pushed to 3:30)
7:00 – Awards
Postings will be texted or e-mailed, depending on your preference. Please note that postings are also now available in the squad room. Please notify your coach which you prefer.
Rules: All rules can be found in the SCJFL by-laws at SCJFL.org
Tournament Director: Robert Cannon - Wilshire Academy