Eloy Kim qualifies for the state finals in Lincoln Douglas Debate

Hubbard High School student Eloy Kim has qualified for the state finals in Lincoln Douglas Debate. Kim is the first state qualifier from Hubbard Schools. The state finals will take place on March 6-7 in Wooster. During the state finals, Eloy will debate "Resolved: Predictive Policing is Unjust". Kim is one of only eight students from the Youngstown District to advance to the finals. The Youngstown District consists of 25 schools and 45 to 50 debaters. 


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