Baylor University Gerbrandt-Wyatt Aff

Last modified by Eve Gerbrandt on 2019/10/12 17:36

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Emporia1Concordia KP

Matt Moore

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Emporia4MSU LE

Shae Bunas

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Emporia1

Opponent: Concordia KP | Judge: Matt Moore

Emporia4

Opponent: MSU LE | Judge: Shae Bunas

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1AC SSA - Emporia Rd 1

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1AC SSA - Emporia Rd 4

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Created by Eve Gerbrandt on 2019/10/12 02:49