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24

2015/01/24

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DeafDigest Sports – January 24, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

– Spike Out announcement

– basketball updates

– Gallaudet swimming update

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won/lost records – as of January 24, 2015
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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17th Annual Spike Out

California School for the Deaf in Fremont is pleased to be hosting
the 17th annual Spike Out this coming October 2-3, 2015.

This annual tournament is a national volleyball tournament for 10
Deaf Schools across the country. We have 7 schools committed so far
and we are seeking out interest among other schools who are
interested to participate and fill out  this exciting tournament.

If your school is interested, please email Kevin Kovacs at
kevinkovacs@csdf-cde.ca.gov

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Gallaudet swimming

GU’s women’s swimming meet at St. Elizabeth postponed

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University’s women’s swimming meet scheduled
for tomorrow (Saturday, Jan. 24) at College of St. Elizabeth has been
postponed due to expected snow. No make-up date has been determined
or announced for this North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) meet.

This is the second straight meet this week that has been either
cancelled or postponed due to snow. If this meet is not made up the
next event on the GU schedule is the 2015 NEAC championships on Feb.
13-15 in Cobleskill, N.Y.

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American girls’ basketball

                                          Friday January 23rd 2015

                                          American School for the Deaf: 31

                                          Delaware School for the        Deaf: 40

                  American School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball Record: 10-7

   Saturday January 24th 2015

                                                American School for the Deaf:  earned win

                                          Pennsylvania School for the        Deaf: (forfeit)

                  American School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball Record: 11-7

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Semifinal Game

Mississippi School for the Deaf 49, Kentucky School for the Deaf 48

Miss.School f/t Deaf     10    14    32    49
Ky. School f/t Deaf        11    23    34    48

Mississippi School for the Deaf (6-9)- Fleming 6, Smith 14, Trice 9,
Church 11, Berry 9.

Kentucky School f/t Deaf (11-7)- Dillon Maynard 17, Ryan Mayes 11,
Jeffrey Couch 10, Irvin Herrera 7, Bruce Gemmer 3.

The Bulldogs’ Ricky Church made a three-pointer that bounced high off
the rim and then fell through the net with 8 seconds left, sending
his team to the championship game.  KSD’s Dillon Maynard’s floater
with time running out fell short.

KSD was up by nine (34-25) in the third quarter, but MSD went on a
7-0 run to end the quarter to pull within 34-32.  It was a
see-and-saw battle the rest of the way.

KSD will play in the third place game Saturday against either Alabama
School for the Deaf or Florida School for the Deaf.

KSD- 17 of 31 from the field for 55% and 12 of 19 on free throws for
63%

Dillon Maynard- 7 of 11 from the field (2 of 2 on three-pointers), 11
rebounds, 3 assists, 5 steals

Ryan Mayes- 12 rebounds

Bruce Gemmer- 3 assists

Irvin Herrera- 3 steals

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New Jersey basketball

January 12th
Boys

@Pennington School  59
NJSD  35

The Colts held their own until the fourth quarter. They were
outscored and did not score a point. Corey Jenkins lead the team with
10 points. Juan Ventrua-Colaj lead the team in rebounds with 12 and 4
blokes.

 

January 15th
Boys
@ NJSD 15
Warren Tech 43
Wow the Colts could only score 5 points in the first 3 quarters. 
Corey Jenkins had 6 points to lead the team. Ricky Maldonado had 5
points, 5 rebounds, 2 blocks and 5 steals.

Girls
@ NJSD  14
Warren Tech  43
Eighth grader DeÿÿAvian Watson lead the team with 5 points, 8
rebounds, 1 assist, 2 blocks and 1 steal. She is improving with each
game. Rebecca Adeyinka lead the team with 10 rebounds and Aaliyah
Dawkins pulled down 7.

January 22nd
Boys
@  NJSD  34
ASD  47
The Colts lead at half time by 3 points but let it slip away in the
fourth. They were outscored 16 ÿÿ 8. Juan Ventura-Colaj lead the
Colts with a double double ÿÿ 13 points and 13 rebounds along with 4
steals.

Season record: 0 – 10

Girls
@  NJSD  20
ASD  24
This was a barn burner! The game was back and forth all four
quarters. It came down to the fourth quarter and ASD put on a full
court press forcing the Lady Colts into turnovers and ended up
winning by 4 points. Rebecca Adeyinka, fighting cramps the entire
second half, lead with 9 points and 10 rebounds. Aaliyah Dawkins
pulled down 12 rebounds.

Season record:  2 – 6

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New York basketball

Boys Basketball results:

NYSD 65 Stamford Academy 73

NYSD 66 Masters School 57

The record is 8-5

Girls Basketball results:

NYSD 20 Stamford Academy 26

The record is 1-10

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

1/22/15 (Thursday)
KSD 25, SCSDB 13

 

KSD 11 4 3 7 – 25

SCSDB 1 1 5 6 – 13

 

KSD – Vickers 2, Q. Warmack 1, Hale 4, Bell 18.

SCSDB -Avery 6, Wilkins 2, Chavis 4, Good 1

 

3-pointers: None

 

Records: SCSDB (1-13)
1/23/15 (Friday)
TSD 43, SCSDB 20

TSD 13 10 13 7 – 43

SCSDB 2 4 4 10 – 20

 

TSD – Holmes 11, Murray 2, Whittington 2, Evans 26,
Pittman 2

SCSDB -Avery 12, Crute 2, Chavis 4

 

3-pointers: None

 

Records: SCSDB (1-14)
We are out of the tournament but we are waiting for awards to happen
tomorrow night for possibility of sportsmanship and all tournament
player. 

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St Mary’s boys basketball

The Rochester School for the Deaf basketball team visited the home of
the Bisons for the I-90 Classic.  The Wildcats were victorious and
beat the Bisons by a score of 47-20. The Bisons at times demonstrated
many positives and the Bison squad is young.  Though they lost, the
future looks up if they continue to grow and develop.

Isa Habeeb at center made 9 points. Cole Rodgers’s had a career high
for this season at 6 points. Dalton Planty and Chris Martin each had
2 points.

      

Our next game will be in Rome against NYSSD on Tuesday, Jan. 27th.

 

Our record: 0-8

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Tennessee basketball

38th Annual Mason Dixon Girls’ Basketball Tournament hosted by LSD

Lady Vikings defeat South Carolina 43-20

Record 6-9 (0-5)

 

63rd Annual Mason Dixon Boys’ Basketball Tournament hosted by TSD

Vikings defeat LSD 39-33

Record 5-9 (0-5)

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Wisconsin girls’ basketball 

WSD lost to University Lakes 39-15

WSD     2   5  2  6  =15
ULS     10 10 13 6 =39

Record 2-7

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 23, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

– basketball updates

– a basketball tournament announcement

Facebook:
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Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of January 23, 2015
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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American girls’ basketball

                                    American School for the Deaf: 24

       New Jersey School for the        Deaf: 20

                  American School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball
                  Record: 10-6

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Arkansas basketball
 
Arkansas’ basketball conference action versus Van Buren last night at ASD.
 
Girls:
 
Arkansas 57, Van Buren 38
 
Arkansas rolled in second half with 30 to 18 run in a win over Van Buren.
M. Coburn led Lady Leopards with 19 points followed by M. Vang with 12 
points and L. Rosbia chipped in 11 points.
 
Van Buren    10  10   7   11 = 38
 
Arkansas      13  14  16  14 = 57
 
Record: 3-11
 
Boys:
 
Van Buren 50, Arkansas 29
 
Arkansas boys fought hard in 1st half contest but trailed in second half. We
all are proud of our boys’ best efforts in every game.
 
Record: 3-12
 
Next Game: Arkansas travels to Oklahoma on 1/30 to play two games with
Kansas and Oklahoma 1/31. It’s their homecoming weekend.

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Illinois girls’ basketball

Payson, which restarted its girls basketball program for
the 2013-14 season, beat the Illinois School of the Deaf 50-35
for its second consecutive victory. The victories have boosted
the team’s morale.

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Indiana girls’ basketball

newspaper story

the Lighthouse Christian Academy girls’ basketball team past Indiana Deaf, 68-57

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Mason-Dixon Tournament at Tennessee School f/t Deaf, Knoxville, TN

First Round

Kentucky School for the Deaf 38, South Carolina School for the Deaf 36

S.C. School f/t Deaf       10    20    24   36
Ky. School f/t Deaf         11    15    27   38

South Carolina School for the Deaf (5-10)- Bibbs 2, Cheek 11, K. Smith 4, Moore 13, T. Smith 2, Griffin 4.

Kentucky School f/t Deaf (11-6)- Dillon Maynard 5, Ryan Mayes 15, Jeffrey Couch 12, Irvin Herrera 4, Bruce Gemmer
2.

KSD, seeded 2nd, will play in the semifinals for the first time since 2009.  It will face Mississippi School for
the Deaf, the 6th seed, at 6:15 p.m. Friday.

KSD held on to win despite going 3 for 11 at the free throw line in the final quarter.

Jeffrey Couch- 10 rebounds

Dillon Maynard- 9 rebounds

Ryan Mayes- 7 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 blocked shots

Bruce Gemmer- 7 rebounds, 3 assists

Irvin Herrera- 2 assists, 3 steals

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Learning Center boys’ basketball

CSW 57 TLC 38

Yesterday’s game at TLC, Our boys have fought back all the quarters
to gain our leads. Not a one minute or seconds we take a lead as we
wanted. CSW simply played better and stayed the laad all the way. At
first, we didn’t have a good start which resulted CSW run with 10-0
lead. TLC took an early timeout to regroup and refocus our
needs/plans. We finally came back to one point down after CSW took 13
up. We thought we had the chance to start the lead before the
halftime but within 2 minutes left, CSW had two treys and forced our
mistakes, they gained their lead by 10 in halftime. On the second
half, we exchanged evenly baskets and CSW pulled away with last few
minutes with their fast breaks and free throws. We cannot capitalized
their mistakes and lost by 19 points at the end. However, the coaches
of TLC felt that the game we saw, we see big diffrences from the
first game that we played them. We are glad that we see some
improvements from our boys. We hope that it will carry us to the end
of the season with a good ending note.

Ro Centeio, Sr. had 15 points, 9 rebounds and 4 steals.
James Knoll, Jr. had 12 points, 6 for 6 on free throws.

Our next home game today at 530pm against Waldorf School of Lexington
We also will play tomorrow’s game at home with Chapel Hill Chauncey
Hall (CHCH) at 330pm.

1/22/15

Waldorf of Lexington 72 TLC 62

What a long battle between two teams in that game today. Waldorf escaped
their victory over TLC’s homecourt. TLC were downed by 22 points in the
second half. we didn’t give up until the last buzzer. Our coaches were
proud of our boys for their not giving up. We came back to close to 4
points down. We had the chance to take the lead but their fast break were
successful at most of the game. Waldorf also had 8 treys that really
killed us. Our defense were much improved which helped us to gain our
confidence to return the game.

Ro Centeio, 28 points, 9 rebounds and 5 steals
Bryce Callahan, 15 points, 6 rebounds and 2 steals
James Knoll , 10 points, 9 rebounds

Next game 1/23/15 vs. CHCH at 330pm at TLC

5-7 record

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Learning Center girls’ basketball

1/22 vs. Waldorf School of Mass Bay (league contest)

The Lady Ghosts hosted the Comets today.  The size of the Comets gave the
Lady Ghosts a hard time in the first half.  We were down 23-4 at halftime.
 After making adjustments to counter the sizes of the Comets, the young
Lady Ghosts made a rally to get back in the game, shutting down Comets’
offense for a good period of time.  We were down by 6 before the Comets
re-grouped and hanged on to win, 33-18.

Kayla LoBrutto (So) – 1 point, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal
Emily Zeringue (Fr) – 3 rebounds, 1 block
Anlyn Monegro (So) – played several minutes today as center for the first
time, taking over for two players who were out due to injuries
Normal Aldana (Fr) – 2 rebounds
Sabrina Rodrigues (7th) – 9 points, 9 rebounds, 4 steals
Isabella Bucci (7th) – 8 points, 1 rebound, 2 assists, 1 steal
Kelty Kober (6th) – 2 rebounds, 5 steals
Christine Vargas (Fr) – 1 rebound, 1 assist, 2 steals
Naralee Perez (8th) – 1 rebound, 1 steal

Next game – Friday vs. Covenant Christian Academy at 5 pm

Record: 4-10

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Lexington 67  Summit 69
 
Jamaica Estates, N.Y. – Lexington went to Summit School. They have a
really mini gym the backcourt line was the opposite’s foul line.
Needless to say, very small where we could not do full court press or
move freely on fastbreaks!! But we came so close to claim the “W” we
had the final shot within 10 seconds remaining and missed then could
not handle the ball to have another chance with the shot attempt. It
was a heart breaking moment for our boys. But we did so well
regardless to their two big guys and their 3 point shooter as well.
They made 7 three pointers while we had none and we managed to keep
the game so close. They were up by 9 and by 8 during the game and we
only were up by 4 points twice in the game. That is how close the
game was.
 
Box Score:
Lexington:        9  17  20  21  = 67
Summit:          16  14  20  19 =  69             

Statistics Leaders:
Points: Samer Abualya (40), & Timar Harris (20)
Rebounds: Samer Abualya (11)
Assists: Samer Abualya (1), & Timar Harris (1)
Blocked Shots: Timar Harris (1)
Steals: Samer Abualya (11) & Joey Pon (5) 

 Season Record: 9-5
 
Friday’s game has been forfeited as Aldelphi suspended
players so not enough players they say to play us Friday,
January 23rd. This game we won by forfeit if not made up.
 
Next game: Thursday, January 29th New Jersey (MK/NJSD) at Lexington at 5:30 pm

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Michigan girls’ basketball

      Played at Merritt and defeated them 34-20       our record now are 4-2

       

       

                        1st       2nd       3rd      4th         Final

       

      MSD        14        8          3         9         34

       

      Merritt    2         4           3         7         20

       

       

      Kassie Ross   3 pts, 2 steals

      Rebecca Davis   11pts, 6 steals, 3 rebs

      Hannah Wears   10 pts, 5 steals, 4 rebs

      Rachel Chicky 10 pts, 4 steals, 3 rebs

      Princess Rogers and Jasmine Chamberlain both got 2 rebs

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Minnesota girls’ basketball

MSAD GBB lost to Christian Life, 49 to 59.
Now 9-7.

MSAD BBB defeated Christian Life, 55 to 42.
Now 10-7

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Pennsylvania basketball

PSD/Teams/ESDAA Tourney

Unfortunately, due to an incident we are not at liberty to discuss,
PSD’s Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball Teams have been disbanded for the
remainder of the season.  The Cheerleaders will continue to compete.

PSD will honor its commitment to the ESDAA and host the Division I
Boys’ Basketball and Cheerleading Tournament on February 13 – 15,
2015.  Additional information will be forthcoming.

At this time, I will field all questions and concerns.  Thank you for
your support at this difficult time.

Prinnie Eberle
The Pennsylvania School for the Deaf

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Rhode Island boys’ basketball

We played the Blackstone Valley Prep school on January 21st and won by the
score of 56-42. Jairee Hill Scored 22 points and pulled down 8 rebounds
with 2 steals. Ariel Gonzalez scored 12 points with 6 rebounds and Alphonso
Sackor chipped in with 9 points and 7 rebounds. Our record is now 4-8.

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The wildcats traveled to St. Mary’s to participate in the annual I90
classic.  We started the game a bit slow which prompted Coach Palmer to
take a quick time out to get the team in order.  After the time out we
stepped up our game and cruised to a 42-18 victory.  The wildcats were led
by Brianna DiGiovanni with 21 points, 16 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 blocks.
 Felicia McGinnis scored 11 points and had 5 steals while Marlena Rauber
had 4 points and 7 rebounds.  Again defense was the name of the game
yesterday.  Our high pressure defense resulted in several steals that led
to points on the offensive end.

We take on Rochester Charter School on Monday at 3:30 here at RSD .
Monday is a day where the record books could be rewritten!  Brianna
DiGiovanni needs just 12 points to pass Marissa Woodruff as the all time
leading female scorer here at RSD.  Good lick wildcats and good luck
Brianna!

6-6

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Rochester boys’ basketball

We went on a trip to Buffalo to play against our rival team, St. Mary’s.
We were dominating the game with our pressure defense and had a lot of
steals and good rebounding. It was our first win against other deaf school
and our second win of the season so far! It also was Chad Evringham’s
first career win as head coach. Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

RSD 47- St. Mary 20

Dwain P- 8 Points, 4 steals, and an assist.

Thomas C- 7 points, 7 steals, and 3 rebounds.

Ahmed M- 3 points, 3 assists, 3 steals, and 3 rebounds.

Dylan B- 19 points (2 three-point field goals) 11 rebounds, 2 assists, 2
steals, and a block.

Tre V- 10 points, 20 rebounds (first career 20-plus rebounds), 4 assists,
2 steals, and 2 blocks.

Currently record RSD BOYS BASKETBALL =  2-11.

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

Mason-Dixon tournament

SCSDB – 13 12  18 16-59
GSD-  8 10 8 17-43

SCSDB – Cheek-24, Griffin-18, Bibbs-6,K. Smith-4, Moore-4, K. Smith-3
GSD-Martinez-20, Walton-12, Miles-7, Windham-4

SCSDB  5-9

SCSDB – 10 10  4 12-36
KSD-  11 4 12 11- 38

SCSDB -Moore-13, Cheek-11, Griffin-4, K. Smith-4, Bibbs-2,T. Smith-2
KSD -Mayes-14,Couch-13,Maynard-5,Herrera-4, Gemner-2

SCSDB 5-10

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St Mary’s girls basketball

The Lady Bisons played against their first deaf team of the season last
night.  It just so happened to be against
the #1 ranked team in division 2 ESDAA, the Rochester Wildcats.  It was a
good opportunity to see how we matched
up and what specific areas we need to focus on as the annual tournament
starts to creep up on the schedule.  The
coaching staff set up a specific game plan for RSD and our girls followed
it to the best of their ability. 
Unfortunately, as much as we were able to get the shots we were looking
for, nothing was falling for us
yesterday.  Once RSD took a commanding lead our girls could have “thrown
in the towel” but they continued to play
hard and not give up.  Cameron Cole controlled the defensive boards and
came down with 17 rebounds and 6 points.
Despite the end result, the coaches are seeing improvement with each
passing game and it was communicated to the
girls that they are only getting better and to remain positive.  Our next
game is Tuesday, 1/27 against NYSSD in
Rome. 

Thanks,

Coach Booke & Coach Chuba

 

Overall Record: 0-9

 

Game: SMSD vs Rochester 18:42

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Tennessee basketball

38th Annual Mason Dixon Girls’ Basketball Tournament hosted by LSD

Lady Vikings defeat ENCSD 47-12

Lady Vikings fall to MSD 50-26

Record 5-9 (0-5)

 

63rd Annual Mason Dixon Boys’ Basketball Tournament hosted by TSD

Vikings fall to FSDB 53-49

Record 4-9 (0-5)

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Washington basketball

 

WSD Boys and Girls vs. Evergreen

 

Lady Terriers 29 vs. Evergreen 22

WSD – 7-6-8-8

Record 6-4 (League 2-2)

Cassie Tracy – 8
Yajaira Bedolla – 12      
Brandy Piestsh – 1  
Haili St. Louis – 8  
Vangie Sohler – 6
 

Evergreen – 4-4-9-3

 

Terriers 55 vs. Evergreen 83

WSD – 9-10-19-17

Record 3-7 (League 0-5)

Randall Smith – 19
Tredynn Selvog – 19
Miguel Peregrino – 8    
Josh Marvel – 2
Taylor Payne – 6      

Evergreen – 16-22-22-23

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West Virginia boys’ basketball

West Virginia  49
Legacy Christian  77

Box scores

West Virginia    11   16  2  20 = 49
Legacy              19  11  25 22 = 77

Patrick Epperly led the team with 26 points. He pulled
down 5 rebounds and had one steal and one assist.  Logan
Gray followed up with 16 points and pulled down 20
rebounds.  He had 5 steals, one assist and one block.  Jesse
Snyder scored 9 points and pulled down 5 rebounds and had 3 steals. 

We are scheduled to travel to Union for our conference match up on January 27th.

Our record is 2 – 5

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

Wilson Christian Academy 31. WPSD 15

Kai Miller 9

Overall 2-16
League 0-6

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

@ Wilson Christian Academy

WPSD 5   8 12   6 31

WCA   8 13 13 24 58 

M. Weber – 12 points

D. Dixon – 12 points

Record 6 – 8, League 3 – 4

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Wisconsin boys’ basketball

 Wow……..what an amazing highlight basketball game last night!
Wisconsin Firebirds played against the host University Lake School Lakers.
Our boys dress up with only 6 players due to illness, concussion and
personal leave reason while the opponents has 14 players on the team. We
began explosive outcomes and jumped ahead the opponent with our leading
points in the first period. Our boys kept to maintain and stick our tempo
game with the ball possession in the first half. Lakers found a way to
deficit some points during the 3rd period. We still led 3 points after the
3rd period. Both teams were able to score see-saw points in the paint
area. ULS finally took 2 points of advantage leading in the late of 4th
period. Our boys had to find a way to turn around and to win this game. We
began to foul Lakers and forced them to shoot 1 and 1 free throw
situation. Time remaining was 16 seconds left. One of Lakers player
attempt to shoot and miss the free throw shot while Jerome Payne rebounded
and dribbled among several Lakers players to find the direction of path
toward the backboard as he made a beautiful laying up basket to tie the
game within 4 seconds left while the clock is still running the count
down. One of Lakers player was errant high lob passing the ball to the the
team-mate from the endline as Damon Hopp intercepted the ball. He made a
quick three point shot before the expired time and swished the ball into
the precious net. All of us were very excited and thrilller as we stormed
together on the basketball court as ULS players stunned for a while. It
was my first time buzzer beat during my entire of coaching experience. We
will play against Rock County Christian on Monday afternoon.

WSD    15    9    11   14      49
ULS      9     7    16    14     46

Record 5 -6

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 22, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

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– a Gallaudet football opponent now playing in Senior Bowl

– Gallaudet updates

– basketball updates

– another honor for Ronda Jo Miller

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won/lost records – as of January 22, 2015
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet swimming

Gallaudet women’s swimming pays tribute to seniors on
Senior Night, meet with NDMU cancelled

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wswimdive/2014-15/releases/recap_ndmu

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Bison fend off Phoenix to earn eighth win of season

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_wilson

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

GU bench helps to lead the way in blowout win
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_wilson

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Windsor 21  Lexington 53
 
East Elmhurst, N.Y. – Windsor came to provide our substitute more
playing time. As every bench player played 3/4 of the game each (3
sub players). It was a great feeling to have the boys play their
hearts out. They all gave best defense today we managed the game from
the start to end.
 
Box Score:
Windsor:         4     4     4   9 = 21
Lexington:     19   11  17   6 = 53
 
Statistics Leaders:
Points: Samer Abualya (17), Tanvir Chowdhury (11), &Timar Harris (10)
Rebounds: Timar Harris (8)
Assists: Timar Harris (3) & Tanvir Chowdhury (3)
Blocked Shots: Samer Abualya (1)
Steals: Samer Abualya (4) & Timar Harris (4)

 Season Record: 9-4
 
Next game: Thursday, January 22nd Lexington at Summit at 3:30 pm

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Minnesota girls’ basketball

Msad girls bb defeated shattuck, 59 to 31.

9-6 now

Boys BB

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_70eac85c-beb
7-5011-94c7-b8aa2167ac23.html#.VMCKa2YrvQQ.twitter

Girls BB

http://www.southernminn.com/faribault_daily_news/sports/article_e578baf2-098
1-5201-8abb-5b6934534320.html#.VMCGNBQVjHE.twitter

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Ohio Basketball

1/21/15
Columbus Torah Academy at OSD

Girls:
CTA     6-7-15-12=40
OSD 10-12-12-11=45

CTA: Karavani 11-2-24, Import 0-0-0, Chase 0-1-1, Schottenstein 0-0-0, Cohen 7-0-15.  Total: 18-3-40  Three Points: Cohen

OSD: Mendis 7-0-14, Aites 1-0-2, Willingham 8-1-17, Shakir 1-0-2, Greene 5-0-10.  Total 22-1-45

OSD girls’ record is 9-3.

Boys:
CTA: 25-12-16-12=65
OSD 13-15-12-4=44

CTA: D. Wolfson 6-0-13, I. Wolfson 5-1-12, Needleman 2-0-4, Polster 5-0-12,
Kahn 8-2-18, Bernweig 1-0-2, Rosenberg 0-4-4.  Total 27-7-65   Three Points: D.Wolfson, I. Wolfson, Polster 2

OSD:  Arnold 1-0-2, Jackson 3-4-10, Brown 10-5-26, Davenport 1-0-2, Mazza 1-0-2, Muhammad 1-0-2.  Total 17-9-44  Three Points: Brown

Boys’ record is 6-9.

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Riverside boys’ basketball 

Game #16

January 20, 2015

CSD-Riverside vs. @ Riverside Christian

CSDR     -   22   23    25  16    =   86

RC          -   10   15    13    9    =   41

Halftime -  CSDR lead 45-25

RIVERSIDE CUBS

Alan Alocoer ÿÿ 17 Points 2 Rebounds.

Ermias Thomas- 7 Points.

Christian Jacobs- 8 Points, 6 Rebounds.

Noah Valencia ÿÿ 27 Points, 10 Assists 10 Steals, 9 Rebounds.

Deasn Welch- 6 Points, 8 Rebounds.

Record: 10-7 (2-1 League)

Next Game: vs. @ Hamilton (Thursday, January 22)

Coach: Hamilton, Valencia-Biskupiak, Martinez, Valencia

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Rochester boys’ basketball

Henrietta VS RSD (BOYS) at RSD’s

Last December, Henrietta came to our home court and beat us by 20
points. We learned which players we have to pay attention to and made
some changes in our defensive system. It worked! We were tied at each
quarter until 4th quarter in which we made several mistakes with
turnovers and missed some open shots. In the end we lost the
Henrietta 32~ RSD-25. Both teams were showing great defense against
each other. It was a good game and unfortunately we didn’t get our
chance to win our first home game of the season. It was REALLY A
CLOSE GAME!

Thomas C: 8 points, 6 rebounds, 6 steals, and an assist.

Dylan B: 11 points, 12 rebounds, a steal.

Ahmed M: 9 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 steals.

Dwain P: 4 points, an assist and 4 steals.

Clarence M: 2 points, 2 rebounds, and a steal.

1-11

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The wildcats played host to Houghton yesterday and  came away with
another victory.  The wildcats took an early lead and were able to
maintain it rest of the game and finished with a 45-33 victory.
 Teamwork prevailed throughout with everyone contributing with
rebounds, the wildcats finished with 39 rebounds for the game.
 Brianna DiGiovanni led all scorers with 28 points, 16 rebounds, 5
assists and 3 steals.  Points were also scored by Adriana Gonzalez,
Courtney Gentzke, Felicia McGinnis, Marlena Rauber and Avion
Henderson!  We shuffle off to Buffalo tomorrow for the I90 classic!

Brianna needs just 33 more points to break the school record.

5-6 on the season

Go Wildcats

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St Marys’ girls basketball

After 2 postponements, the Lady Bisons were finally able to make the
trek down to Olean, NY to take on the 2014 IAC champion Archbishop
Walsh.  Despite the 10 basket defeat at the hands of the Eagles
(41-20), it was the best game our girls had put together this
season.  Tracey White had a career high 7 points including a 3
pointer to go along with her 3 rebounds and 2 steals.  Fatima
Sabounji picked up some significant playing time as a result of some
early foul trouble by her teammates and showed some signs of
improvement on the court.  Although the Lady Bisons are still looking
for their first win of the season, the coaches believe that the team
has shown progress and is moving in the right direction.  Our next
game is this Thursday at 3:30 against the #1 ranked team in division
2, the Wildcats from RSD.  Come support the Lady Bisons in the I90
classic.

Overall record: 0-8

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St Mary’s boys basketball

On Tuesday, the Bisons took on the giants from The Gow School. The
Bisons gave a valiant effort and did their best but couldn’t compete
with the size that Gow had. Gow was able to dominate the whole game
and walked away with a win… 49-16.

         

Dalton Planty and Isa Habeeb worked hard and kept the game exciting!
Isa Habeeb led the team with 12 points and 3 rebounds. Chris Martin
and Christian Lawerence chipped in 2 points each. Dalton Planty
played great defense and grabbed 8 rebounds and 2 steals.

     Today we host the I-90 Classic, a triple header( Grade School,
Varsity Girls and Boys) against Rochester School for the Deaf so come
and support our teams!

0-7 record

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

@ Calvary Chapel Christian School

WPSD 15  8   7 15 45

CCCS    6 10 12 15 43 

T. Frye – 14 points

D. Dixon -13 points

M. Weber - 12 points

Record 6 – 7, League 3 – 3

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a Gallaudet football opponent now playing in Senior Bowl

in the 2013 NCAA-III football playoffs, Gallaudet lost 34-7
to Hobart. It was Eastern Collegiate Football Conference’s
best performance in the NCAA playoffs because the previous
losing scores were:

St John Fisher 63 Castleton 7
Delaware Valley 63 Norwich 10
Alfred 60 SUNY-Maritime 0

Anyway, one of the Hobart players that played in the game
was offensive tackle Ali Marpet. He is now playing in the
Senior Bowl, where NFL scouts are everywhere

Did Gallaudet defensive end Adham Talaat bang helmets with Marpet?
Very possibly.

This means Gallaudet is in proud football company.

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another honor for Ronda Jo Miller

*29th Annual Minnesota Girls and Women in Sports Day* 

 Some of Minnesota’s most inspiring and influential student-athletes,
coaches and athletic leaders will be recognized at an award ceremony at
noon on Wednesday, Feb. 4, at the Minnesota History Center in St. Paul. The
award ceremony will be conducted in conjunction with the 29th annual
National Girls and Women in Sports Day’S a nationwide celebration
recognizing the accomplishments of individuals in the promotion and
advancement of girls’ and women’s sports. The 2015 ceremony will honor 18
individuals and one program receiving awards in seven separate categories.
Award recipients are nominated by schools, community organizations,
recreation centers, and amateur and professional sports organizations. All
are invited to attend this special event. Award winners are below.

The Girls’s and Women’s Sports in the Media Award ” Kwame McDonald (the
Media Award will henceforth be named in honor of McDonald with a formal
announcement to take place at the ceremony)

The Wilma Rudolph Award for Courage and Inspiration – Ronda Jo Miller,
Co-Director Metro Deaf School, former professional basketball player

note: Ronda Jo Miller was a past Gallaudet 3-time All-American and
one of the Sweet 16 players one season

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 21, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

– basketball updates

– Clerc official results

– a foreign deaf basketball team invited to a tournament

– a big rumor

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/deafdigest1

Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of January 21, 2015
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Clerc official results

Teams and fans from all over the country came to California School
for the Deaf in Fremont for the 15th annual Clerc Classic, honoring
Mr. Laurent Clerc!  It was a fantastic tournament and the gym was
packed to see the most exciting day on Saturday with the Cheer
Competitions and the Girls and Boys Championship games.

Here are the Clerc Classic results and winners:

Cheerleading Standings
Champions: Indiana
Runner-up: Model
3rd Place: Fremont

Cheerleading All-Tournament Team
Aileen Slinkard – Indiana
Audrey Caseiro – Model
Aurora Frias – Riverside
Ben Beyer – Texas
Madison Givens – Maryland
Maia Swanson – Model
Nelson Palacios – Fremont
Viviana Givens – Texas

Boys Basketball
Champions: Indiana School for the Deaf
Runner Up: Maryland School for the Deaf
3rd Place: California School for the Deaf- Fremont
Consolations Champs: Model Secondary School for the Deaf

Sportsmanship Award
California School for the Deaf – Fremont

Boys All Tournament:
Jesus Espinoza, Junior – Phoenix
Noah Valenica, Junior – Riverside
Kyrell Cummings, Sophomore – Minnesota
Kyle Laudergaugh, Senior – Model
Elonzo Arellano, Junior – Texas
Chandler Baer, Senior – Fremont
Giovanni Maucere, Senior – Maryland
Yave Sanchez, Junior – Maryland
Cody Crace, Senior – Indiana
Preston Kelly, Senior – Indiana

MVP
Dante Paulone, Junior- Indiana

Special note:
A Maryland player was fouled with 1.9 seconds
remaining and his team down by two points.
If he made both shots, Maryland would have
won the tournament. He made the first shot,
thus tying the game, but missed on the second
shot. Indiana won in overtime, after blowing
a 6-point half time lead.

Girls Basketball
Champions: Maryland  School for the Deaf
Runner Up: Texas School for the Deaf
3rd Place:  Indiana School for the Deaf
Consolations Champs: Model Secondary School for the Deaf

Sportsmanship Award
Phoenix Day School for the Deaf

Girls  All Tournament:
Janet Talas, Sophomore – Phoenix
Emily DeSimone, Senior – Riverside
Brianna Dike, Junior – Fremont
Tiffany Anderson, Junior – Model
Emelia Beldon, Sophomore – Minnesota
Isabella Paulone, Sophomore – Indiana
Alexandra Muller, Senior – Texas
Deltona Markel, Senior – Texas
Adele Daniels, Junior – Maryland
Karita Lewis, Sophomore – Maryland

MVP
Tessa Lewis, Senior – Maryland

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Arkansas boys’ basketball

 
Arkansas defeated Arkansas Christian 42 to 33 in a conference contest
tonight in Bryant.
 
Next Game: Van Buren @ Arkansas (Girls/Boys) 1/22.
 
Boys’ Record: 3-11

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Delaware basketball

Girls Basketball

 

DSD vs Tall Oaks Classic – forfeit due to not enough players (lost)

 

DSD vs. PSD – cancelled

 

DSD  27  West Nottingham Academy  31

Henshaw – 15 points

Russell – 6 points

 

Season Record  4-5

 

Boys Basketball

 

DSD  54  Tall Oaks Classic  71

Harris – 27 points

Thomas – 14 points

 

DSD vs. PSD – cancelled

 

DSD 40  West Nottingham Academy  67

Thomas – 17 points

Harris – 12 points

 

Season Record 2-7

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Mercersburg 68
MSD 53

Mercersburg 16-13-22-17 = 68
MSD. 18-11-14-10 = 53

Halftime tied 29-29

Mercersburg: Santos 6, Tasker 24, Lyman 15, Lafferty 1, Oghagbon 23

MSD: K. Lewis 8, T. Lewis 21,Bonheyo 4, Daniels 20

MSD individual statistics:
T. Lewis 4 steals, 5 assists, 2 rebounds
Daniels 4 rebounds, 3 steals, 5 assists
K. Lewis 7 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 assists
Bonheyo 2 rebounds, 2 steals
Wood- Jacobowitz 3 rebounds, 2 assists

MSD Girls Varsity Record: 15-3

In tonight’s game against Mercersburg, Tessa Lewis broke MSD’s 63 year old
scoring record, which was 1502 points by Donald Leitch.  She currently has 1518 points.

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Michigan boys’ basketball

MSD.      13.   15.  14.   18.       60
Faith.    13.   13.  15.   20.       61

Leading Scorers-
Asante Matten- 23pts 17 Rebs
Myron Pittman- 16pts  2 steals
Jamar Mitchell- 14pts  6 Rebs 3 steals
Austin Blair- 6pts 

Record (1-7)

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Ohio boys’ basketball

OSD  7-5-8-3==23
MGC  32-17-26-9==84

Boys: Arnold 0-1-1, Jackson 3-4-10, Brown 2-3-7, Taylor 1-1-3, Muhammad 1-0-2. Totals: 7-9-23

MGC Boys: Mohre 1-0-3, Swanson 2-0-6, Butterfield 2-0-5, Yake 4-0-9, Eastman 1-0-2, Goodman 14-4-41, McCormish
6-0-18. Three-point   goals: Mohre, Swanson 2, Butterfield, Yake, Goodman 9, McCormish 6. Totals: 30-4-84

OSD Boys Team Records 6-8

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Oklahoma basketball

Girls

OSD – 38
Milburn – 44

OSD Girls record 6 – 7

Boys

OSD – 39
Milburn – 73

OSD Boys record 4 – 9

next game Tuesday vs Calvin

 

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

Tamassee-Salem 55, SCSDB 15

 

Tamassee-Salem 19 14 8 12  - 55

SCSDB 6 0 5 4 – 15

 

Tamassee-Salem – Hannah 19, Cheyenne 6, Kaitlyn 2, Kylie 10, Kayla 8,
Carkie 4, Annie 4, Greyson 2.

SCSDB -Avery 6, Chavis 5,  Crute 2, Good 2

 

3-pointers: None

 

Records: SCSDB (1-13)

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

Tameese Salem- 17 26 10  17-70
SCSDB – 11 13 17 13-53

Tameese Salem- Hafner-13, Murphy-12,Smith-9, Halbrooks-8, Thrift-7, Cantrell-7, Martin-6,Goant-6,Meloy-5

SCSDB -Cheek-19, Griffin-12, Moore-10, K. Smith-4, T. Smith-4

SCSDB -4-9

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Tennessee basketball

1/20/2015

 

TSD vs VSDB

 

Lady Vikings win 52-14

Record 4-8 (0-5)

 

Vikings lose 37-33

Record 4-8 (0-5)

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Texas girls

We had a district game last night vs San Juan
Diego.  The coaches feared that we would have
a mini-slump after a long weekend at Clerc Classic. 
The girls started off a little sloppy but after halftime, we
regrouped and played better.

Final Score:
TSD 50 – SJD 10

Next game is on Thursday @ Central Texas Christian. 
This game will be big in terms of possibly deciding our
playoff seeding.

Overall record is now 20-8 (4-2 District)

JV lost to Ann Richards School 23-36.

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Washington basketball

WSD Girls and Boys Basketball Scores:  1/20/15

 

WSD Girls vs. Evergreen

WSD Boys vs. Firm Foundation

 

Lady Terriers 36 vs. Evergreen 27

WSD – 4-6-9-17

Record 5-4 (League 2-2)

Cassie Tracy – 2
Yajaira Bedolla – 3      
Kayla Girard – 7    
Brandy Piestsh – 5  
Maria Lopez – 14
Vangie Sohler – 5

Evergreen – 7-4-9-7

 

Terriers 44 vs. Firm Foundation 55

WSD – 7-10-14-13

Record 3-6 (League 0-5)

Randall Smith – 22  
Zhano Ingram – 2     
Tredynn Selvog – 6
Miguel Peregrino – 9  
Taylor Payne – 5     

Firm Foundation – 10-12-16-17

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West Virginia boys’ basketball

West Virginia   47
Hancock, MD   61

Box scores

West Virginia   11   11  15  12 = 47
Hancock           17  11   18  15  = 61

Logan Gray led the team with 21 points and pulled
down 15 rebounds also had 3 steals, 3 assists and 2 blocks. 
Patrick Epperly followed up with 19 points and had 3 steals
and 2 assists.  Jesse Snyder scored 5 points.  Hunter
Barrows scored 2 points.

We are scheduled to host Legacy Christian Academy on January 22nd.

Our record is 2 – 4

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

Cornerstone Prep 43 WPSD 24

Destiny Tanner 10

Overall 2-15
League 0-5

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball 

Calvary Chapel Christian School

CCCS   12 15   6   6 39
WPSD 17 16 21 19 73

T. Frye – 23 points, 6 assists

D. Dixon – 19 points

M. Weber – 14 points

S. Reeves - 11 points, 5 assists

Record 5 – 7, League 2 – 3

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SEAAD Regional Basketball Tournament in Roanoke, Virginia, March 5-7

one of the invited teams is Bahamas Deaf Sports Association

they need to raise funds to make the trip

if they can’t raise funds, they stay home

………..

a big rumor

from a source that has contacts

there is a rumor, but not verified as a fact, that the
USA Deaf Hockey is reconsidering its decision to back out
of the Winter Deaflympics.

A possible reason is the $10,000 fine if a nation backs out
of a sport it promised to participate

Just stay tuned!

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 19-20, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

– basketball updates

– Gallaudet updates

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/deafdigest1

Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of January 20, 2015
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Bison comeback runs out of time against SUNY Poly
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_sunypoly

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Gallaudet hands SUNY Poly its first conference loss
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_sunypoly

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Alabama basketball

Girls Varsity

Alabama 51  Atlanta Area School for the Deaf 33

 

Season record: 5 – 13

 

Next game: Mason Dixon Basketball Tournament at Louisiana School for
the Deaf (Thursday, January 22)

  

Boys Varsity

Alabama 59  Atlanta Area School for the Deaf 32

 

Season record: 12 – 6

 

Next game: Mason Dixon Basketball Tournament at Tennessee School for
the Deaf (Thursday, January 22)

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Indiana boys basketball

newspaper story

Eastern Hancock took down Indiana School for the Deaf (42-32)

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Game #16

January 17, 2015

Maryland School for the Deaf vs. Indiana School for the
Deaf (Indianapolis, IN) 

Clerc Classic XV @ Fremont, California
(Championship Game)

                 1     2    3     4   OT  =  Total
MSD  -      5   12  10   10    1    =   38
ISD    -    14     9    7     7    5    =   42

Halftime –  Indiana lead 23-17

MSD ORIOLES

Tarik Wallace - 4 Points
John Werner, Jr. - 6 Points, 5 Rebounds, 3 Assists
Bailey Moers - 8 Points
Damon Biskupiak - 7 Points, 6 Rebounds, 1 Block
Giovanni Maucere - 9 Points
Yave Sanchez - 4 Points, 8 Rebounds, 1 Block

Team Total FG: 14 
Team Total 3FG: 2 (Moers 2)
Team Total FT: 8-19

INDIANA DEAF ORIOLES

Colton Crace – 5 Points
Preston Kelly – 7 Points 
Dante Paulone - 12 Points
Lance Wood – 8 Points
Cody Crace – 3 Points
Christian Deaton – 7 Points
 
Team Total FG: 14
Team Total 3FG: 4 (Paulone 2, Col. Crace, Kelly)
Team Total FT: 10-21 

Congratulations to Giovanni Maucere and Yave Sanchez for being
selected on the Clerc Classic XV All-Tournament Team. 

Many thanks to CSD-Fremont Athletic Director Kevin Kovacs
and his committee for a wonderful hospitality and
successful tournament through the weekend!

Record: 10-6

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Model boys’ basketball 

Grace Christian Academy  63
Model School  51

Model School  34
Texas SD  53

Model School  49
Phoenix Day SD  36

Minnesota SD  41
Model School  47

Record:  3-12

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New York basketball

Boys Basketball results

NYSD 73 American School for the Deaf 46

NYSD 48 Lexington 51 OT

NYSD 19 EF International 63

The record is 7-4

Girls Basketball results

NYSD 15 American School for the Deaf 21

NYSD 15 Lexington 27

NYSD 0 EF International 7

The record is 1-9

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Rhode Island boys’ basketball

Last Thursday we played a road game against American School for the Deaf.
We started off slow as we could not make several close range baskets then
in the second half we played better defense and allowed us to come back and
tie at 41 to go to overtime but the cold shooting returned and American
capitalized on that and won 46-43. Jairee Hill scored 24 points to go with
his 7 rebounds and 3 blocks and Ariel Gonzalez chipped in 10 points.

Our Record is now 3-8

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Rochester boys’ basketball

I apologize for posting this late, this is report from last Thursdays game
(Jan. 15th) in which our boys basketball team visited Destiny school in
Brighton. It was very difficult game, Destiny dominated the whole game
against us. However, we kept our chins up and played as hard as we could.
We lost to the Destiny school, 27-82.

Ahmed M.- 2 points, 5 rebounds
Dylan B.- 12 points and 12 rebounds (first career of double-double.)
Thomas C.- 3 points and 4 rebounds
Tre V.- 3 points, 5 rebounds, and a block
Clarence M.- 4 points
Dwain P.- 2 points.

Current record 1-10.

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Texas boys’ basketball

TSD 55 Concordia 32 (District game)
TSD 53 MSSD 34 (Clerc Classic XV)
TSD 31 Indiana SD 45 (Clerc Classic XV)
TSD 42 California SD 57 (Clerc Classic XV)

Our current record is 12w – 5l.    Will have two district games this
week (San Juan Diego on Tues and Central Texas Christian on Thursday)

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 18, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

– Clerc champions

– Gallaudet updates

…………………….

Clerc – 3rd day

Girls
Riverside def Phoenix
Model def Fremont
Indiana def Minnesota
Maryland def Texas – champions

Boys
Riverside def Phoenix
Model def Minnesota
Fremont def Texas
Indiana def Maryland (OT) – champions

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more on Clerc

boys:
Indiana Deaf 42, Maryland School for the Deaf, Md. 38
in overtime

girls:

Maryland School for the Deaf’s girls basketball team won the Clerc Deaf National
Basketball Championship for the second year in a row, beating the Texas School
for the Deaf Lady Rangers 49-16.

TSD 4-2-4-6= 16
MSD 12-12-13-12=49

Halftime: MSD 24-6

TSD: Upchurch 5, Mullet 8, Schmidjorg 3

MSD: Weeks 2, K. Lewis 6, Wood-Jacobowitz 2, T. Lewis 23, Bonheyo 2, Daniels 14

MSD individual statistics:
T. Lewis 6 steals, 3 rebounds, 2 assists
Daniels 7 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 blocks
Bahan 7 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 assists
Johnson 4 rebounds, 2 assists
K. Lewis 11 rebounds

Tessa Lewis was selected as the MVP for the tournament. Adele Daniels and Karita
Lewis were selected to the all-tournament team.

MSD varsity girls basketball team record: 15-2

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Gallaudet falls to SUNY Cobleskill in overtime

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University was a few seconds away from
escaping Saturday’s North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) men’s
basketball game at home with a win against SUNY Cobleskill. The Bison
clung to a 57-55 lead before Mike Chapman made a jump shot, from the
left side of the key, to send the game to overtime.

In the extra period, the Fighting Tigers made 12 of 16 free throw
attempts and outscored the Bison, 15-7, en route to a 72-64 victory.

Gallaudet (7-4, 3-2 NEAC) led 33-21 at halftime and increased its
margin to 14-points to start the second half before SUNY Cobleskill
(4-8, 2-2 NEAC) mounted a comeback. The Fighting Tigers went on an
18-2 run, during a seven-minute stretch, as GU turned the ball over
seven times and made 1 of 4 shots from the field.

The game was tied at 39 midway through the second half before SUNY
Cobleskill took control and led by as much as seven points, 49-42,
with 5:37 left in regulation. Gallaudet chipped away at the deficit
and whittled it down to one before taking its first lead in over 12
minutes.

Freshman forward Andy Cruz (Bronx, N.Y.) made two free throws as GU
led 54-53 with 44 seconds left. Cobleskill forward Cortrell King (20
points, seven rebounds) answered with a layup before senior guard
Anton Jackson (Detroit, Mich.) made 1 of 2 free throws to knot the
game at 55 with 20 seconds left. Chapman (17 points, eight rebounds)
turned the ball over at the 11-second mark before Alexis Nunez (21
points, nine rebounds) fouled junior guard Todd Bonheyo (Frederick,
Md.), who made two free throws as GU led 57-55 with nine ticks left
on the clock. That set the stage for Chapman’s last second jumper.

Junior guard Trey Gordon (Talladega, Ala.) scored 10 of his team-high
17 points in the first half as he finished with three three-pointers.
Cruz was the second leading scorer for the Bison as he matched his
career-high 15 points to go with eight rebounds, three steals and
three assists while Bonheyo finished with a career-high 14 points,
five rebounds, five assists and three steals. Jackson brought down a
season best 13 rebounds.

Gallaudet, ranked No. 1 in Division III for field goal percentage
defense, held the Fighting Tigers to 32.1 percent (9 of 28) from the
field in the first half. SUNY Cobleskill shot 55.2 percent (16 of 29)
in the second half when it outscored Gallaudet 36-24. The Bison held
a slight edge in rebounds, 40-38, but were outscored 36-14 in the
paint and the Fighting Tigers scored 26 points off the 24 Bison
turnovers. The game was quite physical as the teams combined for 52
fouls as Cobleskill led the way with 28 personal fouls.

This is the second overtime loss for the Bison this season as they
fell to Yeshiva (9-3) in the season opener, 74-73, at home.

Gallaudet returns to the court tomorrow (Sunday, Jan. 18) to face
SUNY Polytechnic (3-9, 2-2 NEAC) in another NEAC contest at 3 p.m.

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Total team effort leads GU to 24-point win over SUNY Cobleskill

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team
defeated North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) opponent SUNY
Cobleskill, 58-34, Saturday afternoon in the Field House.

Gallaudet (5-6, 4-3 NEAC) dominated the court during the first half
of the game as the defense caused 16 turnovers against the Fighting
Tigers (1-8, 0-4 NEAC) and turned that into 18 points. The Bison
offense outplayed the Fighting Tigers, shooting at 44.8 percent from
the field (13 of 29), as well as 66.7 percent from the three-point
range and from the free throw line. The first half ended on a
last-second jump shot from junior Danielle Morris (St. Louis, Mich.)
to give the Bison a 13-point lead, 32-19.

The Bison continued to run past the Fighting Tigers in the second
half as GU took a 29-point lead with 7:35 left in the game. Gallaudet
received a total team effort as the Bison had balanced scoring and
every player contributed on defense. The Bison bench scored 27 of the
team’s 58 points while all 50 rebounds were split between 10 players.
Gallaudet played 13 players, who were in uniform, during the game as
everyone logged at least five minutes or more and 11 players scored
at least one point.

The Bison were led by junior guard Zamica Gage’s (Washington, D.C.)
13 points, eight rebounds, six steals and five assists performance.
Senior forward Lane Peters (Phoenix, Ariz.) added eight rebounds and
two points. Junior Danielle Warren (San Jose, Calif.) and senior
Alexa Justus (Forks, Wash.) added 12 and 11 points, respectively,
Justus also matched fellow senior Elena Ciccarelli (Whitesboro, N.Y.)
with six rebounds each. Ciccarelli had four assists and four steals
as well. Freshman guard Sabina Shysh (Tucson, Ariz.) added seven
points, five rebounds, three steals and made a block.

Cobleskill was led by Shelby Preston’s 12 points, nine rebounds and
one steal in 27 minutes of play.

The Bison will return to the Field House tomorrow (Sunday, Jan. 18)
to face SUNY Polytechnic Institute (6-5, 4-0 NEAC) in another
conference game at 1 p.m. 

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 17, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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– basketball updates

– Clerc updates

– Gallaudet updates

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won/lost records – as of January 17, 2015
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Clerc – 2nd day

Girls
Model def Riverside
Fremont def Phoenix
Texas def Indiana
Maryland def Minnesota

Boys
Model def Phoenix
Minnesota def Riverside
Indiana def Texas
Maryland def Fremont

Girls:
Maryland vs Texas in championship game today

Boys:
Maryland vs Indiana in championship game today

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Gallaudet swimming

Bison drop Friday night tri-meet at York (Pa.) College
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mswimdive/2014-15/releases/recap_ycppsa

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Alabama basketball
 

Girls Varsity

Alabama 10  Talladega County Central 59

 

Season record: 4 – 13

 

Boys Varsity

Alabama 37  Talladega County Central 58

 

Season record: 11 – 6

 

Next game: Atlanta Area School for the Deaf (Friday, January 16)

                  Friday January 16th 2015

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American girls’ basketball

                  American School for the Deaf: 14
       The Learning Center: 22

                  American School for the Deaf
                  Girls Varsity Basketball Record:
                  9-6

This game was played without four starting players who weren’t able
to play due to injuries.

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Learning Center boys’ basketball

Last Night TLC Galloping Ghosts traveled to Hartford, CT with only 7
players dressed to take on American School for the Deaf. We won
53-34. The boys went on slow start in the first quarter by the score
6 to 7. However in 2nd quarter we started to play better by changing
our defense and break their press that give us 20 points to lead
26-16 in half, We also played much better by being patient with the
control the balls in 2nd quarter to 4th quarter Especially our two
post players having foul trouble and we managed very well by having
short players. We got advantage of their foul troubles that gave us
great opportunity for Free Throws which we had 12 for 20 (60
percents) I am really proud of our boys! They worked hard and deserve
a long weekend to rest and ready to back to practice on Tuesday to
prepare for three in row games starting Wednesday.

Top Performers

Junior James Knoll 25 points (career high) 6 points, 4 steals
Freshman Dylan Christoffels 10 points, 7 assists and 2 steals
Sophomore Bryce Callahan 10 points, 5 rebounds, 1 steal

Record 5-5

Next game vs League Opponent Cambridge School of Weston at TLC’s
Schwab Athletic Center on Wednesday, Jan 21 4pm

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Lexington 63  Lowell 53
 
Flushing, N.Y. – Lexington traveled only 15 minutes to Lowell School,
it was first time we ever played this school in basketball as we have
played them in softball for long time also Metro Track. However, they
were filled with great size in height (3 players) and a strong point
guard. We managed to play without Jorge Ortega for good as this was
supposed to be his final game but he had to help his family pack and
move out by tomorrow. He is sorely missed but other players have
stepped up to take over more role on the floor that was filled by
Jorge. Lowell played a physical game as a lot of banged up plays
occurred and the Blue Jays escaped with a win with a STRONG 4th
quarter! Way to go for the team.
 
Box Score:
Lexington:     24    2    9  28  = 63
Lowell:           13  10  12  18  = 53      
 
Statistics Leaders:
Points: Samer Abualya (34), Timar Harris (15), & Tanvir Chowdhury
(10)
Rebounds: Samer Abualya (8)
Assists: Timar Harris (4), Tanvir Chowdhury (3), & Samer Abualya (3)
Blocked Shots: Samer Abualya (3)
Steals: Samer Abualya (9) & Timar Harris (6)

 Season Record: 8-4
 
Next game: Wednesday, January 21st vs Windsor at Lexington at 4 pm

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Clerc semi finals

Minnesota 13
MSD 53

Minn 2-1-6-4=13
MSD 11-24-14-4 = 53

Halftime MSD 35-3

Minn: Eu. Beldon 2, Em. Beldon 7, prickly 3, Mitchell 1

MSD: K. Lewis 16, Wood-Jacobowitz 4,, T. Lewis 18, Bonheyo 2, Daniels 11, Johnson 2

MSD individual statistics:
T. Lewis 5 steals,1 block
Daniels 4 assists, 7 steals, 4 rebounds
Bahan 4 rebounds, 2 steals, 4 assists
Johnson 4 rebounds
K. Lewis 7 rebounds, 2 steals
Bonheyo 3 rebounds
Wood- Jacobowitz 5 rebounds

MSD will play Texas School for the Deaf for the championship tomorrow night.

MSD varsity girls record: 14-2

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Clerc semi finals

 Game #15

January 16, 2015

Maryland School for the Deaf @ California School for the
Deaf (Fremont, CA) 

Clerc Classic XV @ Fremont, California
(Semi-Final Game)
                 1     2    3     4     =  Total
MSD    -   17   14  12   12    =   55
CSD    -   11   11  15   10    =   47

Halftime –  MSD lead 31-22

MSD ORIOLES

Tarik Wallace – 3 Rebounds
John Werner, Jr. - 3 Points, 3 Rebounds
Mauricio Orozco – 2 Points, 3 Assists
Bailey Moers - 9 Points, 6 Rebounds
Damon Biskupiak - 9 Points, 13 Rebounds, 4 Assists, 1 Block
Giovanni Maucere - 9 Points
Yave Sanchez - 23 Points, 7 Rebounds

Team Total FG: 22 
Team Total 3FG: 3 (Moers 3)
Team Total FT: 8-17

CSD-FREMONT EAGLES

Chandler Baer – 13 Points
Zane Pedersen - 7 Points
Seth Hazelett - 15 Points
Alexander Antsiferov - 6 Point
Esau Zornoza - 6 Points
 
Team Total FG: 14
Team Total 3FG: 3 (Hazelett, Baer)
Team Total FT: 16-24 

We prevailed over the defending Clerc Classic champions at their home
court after losing to them in past three tournaments. We will play in
the Clerc Classic XV championship game tomorrow night at 7:45pm PST /
10:45pm EST against Indiana School for the Deaf. Indiana beat Texas
School for the Deaf, 45-31 in other semi-final game. We are returning
back into the Clerc Classic championship game for first time since
2012.

Record: 10-5
      
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Missouri girls’ basketball

We lost against North Callaway Yesterday 42 to 23

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Rochester girls’ baskeball 

The wildcats traveled across town to take on Destiny yesterday.  It
had to be the longest game we have ever played.  Destiny’s defense
was swarming the entire game and they committed several fouls which
ended in stoppage of play.  The wildcats remained calm throughout and
kept their composure while cruising to a 60-33 victory.  Felicia
McGinnis scored 10 points and had 11 rebounds while Adriana Gonzalez
had 13 rebounds and 6 points for the wildcats.  Junior sensation
Brianna DiGiovanni scored 33 points, grabbed 14 rebounds with 6
assists and 5 steals on the night.  Brianna is on the verge of
breaking the school record for females for all time points currently
held by Marissa Woodruff (1,168).  Brianna is currently at 1,107.  

4-6 on the season and will take on Houghton next Tuesday then travel
to St. Mary’s to take on the Bisons on Thursday in the I90 classic.

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 16, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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– basketball updates

– Clerc updates

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Clerc Basketball Classic at Fremont

First round games
Girls
Maryland def Phoenix
Minnesota def Fremont
Indiana def Riverside
Texas def Model

Boys
Indiana def Phoenix
Texas def Model
Maryland def Minnesota
Fremont def Riverside

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American girls’ basketball

                        American School for
                        the Deaf: 51

       Rhode Island School for the Deaf: 16

                  American School for the
                  Deaf Girls Varsity
                  Basketball Record: 9-5

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Arkansas basketball

 

Westside Christian Academy called to cancel the game tonight due to
students’ illness and is closed today. Re-schedule game is uncertain
at this time.

 

Next Game: Arkansas (Boys) @ Arkansas Christian 1/20.

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Florida girls’ basketball

FSDB vs Halifax                                         
Varsity Lady Dragons

1st Quarter- 16-2                       Record: 13-5
2nd Quarter- 26-13                      
3rd Quarter- 39-14                             
4th Quarter- 45-22                      

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Florida boys’ basketball

First let me thank everyone and especially the students from the
Blind Department for coming to the game last night. The gym was
almost full for the girls last game and the boys game following that.
Our kids truly do respond to that support and it is much appreciated
by all of us. The joint was rocking !! Congrats, thanks and best
wishes to all Senior Lady Dragons on a job well done in their
basketball careers here at FSDB

Halifax  49   FSDB  48

Season Record 6-10

We almost pulled off the upset, but the game lasted one minute too
long for us. My kids were just worn out at the end of the game. Dead
legs. Playing back to back to back games caught up with us in the
final minute. We expended a lot of energy the night before at
Cornerstone( a much better team than Halifax) who also pressed us man
to man full court. We have only defeated the Knights of Halifax only
three times in the past five seasons so I was very pleased with the
effort my kids gave regardless of the outcome. It was a close game
from the outset and neither team was able to muster more than a six
point lead the entire game. We made a mini run midway through the
fourth quarter to go up by six points and still led by four points
with one minute to play. Halifax made their run late and went up by
one with six seconds to go in the game. Anthony Cash got a decent
look at the top of the key with 1.8 seconds and his shot was just a
tad off line……….just missed.  Heartbreak City. My kids played
hard and gave me everything they had. That’s all any coach can ask. I
was proud of them.

The big picture is this. We have played a brutal schedule against
some very good teams and while our record is not what we would like
it to be, we have this schedule for one reason…….the get us ready
for the Mason Dixon Tournament. No disrespect to any of the other MD
schools but none of them(nor us) play the kind of relentless pressure
man defense that my guys faced the last two games. Doesn’t guarantee
a thing for us at MD Tourney, but it surely will help us be prepared
for tournament basketball next week.
Thanks again for all of the support we had at the game.

A reminder following the MD Tournament. We have two home games to
finish the season. On Tuesday January 27th, we take on on River City
out of Jax (whom we defeated in a come from behind close game
previously). On Thursday,  January 29th Taylor Pierson comes to town.
They earlier defeated us by two points at their place in the last ten
seconds of the contest. The last game against TP is Senior Night. We
have a large number of seniors that will be honored at the this game
so please make plans to come cheer on the lads in their last ever
game in Settles Gym. Hopefully we will also be able to celebrate out
fourth straight MD title. Time will tell.

The cheerleaders will also do their MD routine at halftime of the
game too.

Stats
Tyler Ames-7 points, 9 rebounds-
Cedric Scott-7 points, 5 rebounds.
Anthony Cash-10 points, 9 rebounds
Dante Townsend-2 points, 11 rebounds
Edaurdo Solar-14 points
Zack Williams-8 points, 10 rebounds.
Quendale Holmes-2 points, 2 rebounds
Quentin Galpine-played but did not score

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Red Bird 60, Kentucky School f/t Deaf 54

KY School f/t Deaf      21    31    39    54
Red Bird                        16    31    47     60

KY School f/t Deaf (10-6)- Dillon Maynard 8, Ryan Mayes 12, Jeffrey
Couch 13, Irvin Herrera 12, Bruce Gemmer 5, Aaron Howard 2, Jonathan
Demaree 2.

Red Bird (1-14)- Payne 23, Leath 7, Jackson 4, Caldwell 4, Collett 2,
C. Brock 2, Smith 6, Wilder 8, T. Brock 4.

KSD was plagued by foul trouble throughout the entire game with three
of its starters and its 6th man having four fouls each before the end
of the third quarter.  That prompted Red Bird to turn a 37-37 tie
into a 49-39 lead in the 4th quarter.

KSD rallied to tie the game at 53 with under two minutes left, but it
committed two key turnovers that decided the game.

KSD- 23 fouls; Red Bird- 20 fouls

KSD- 14 of 24 from the free throw line
Red Bird- 16 of 22 at the line

Ryan Mayes- 9 rebounds

Dillon Maynard- 6 rebounds, 3 assists

Bruce Gemmer- 3 assists

Irvin Herrera- 3 steals

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Clerc National Deaf Basketball Tournament: Maryland School
for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball vs Phoenix Day
School for the Deaf 1/15/2015

The Clerc National deaf basketball tournament is being
held at the California School for the Deaf, Fremont on January
15-17, 2015. There are 8 girls and 8 boys team participating.

Maryland School for the Deaf is playing in the Laurent Clerc
Deaf National Basketball tournament.

First round:

Phoenix 2
MSD 62

PDSD 0-0-2-0 = 2
MSD 17-17-17-14 = 62

Halftime MSD 34-0

PDSD: Van Zuiden 2
MSD: Weeks 2, K. Lewis 9, Wood-Jacobowitz 4, T. Lewis 20,
Bahan 2, Daniels 23, Johnson 2

MSD individual Statistics:

T. Lewis 6 steals, 2 rebounds
Daniels 11 steals, 4 rebounds
Bahan 7 steals, 7 assists
K. Lewis 10 rebounds, 3 steals
Bonheyo 4 rebounds
Weeks 4 rebounds, 3 steals
Wood-Jacobowitz 3 steals, 2 rebounds
Seremeth 2 rebounds, 2 steals

MSD varsity girls record: 13-2

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Game #14

January 15, 2015

Maryland School for the Deaf vs. Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf
(Faribault, MD)

Clerc Classic XV @ Fremont, California
(Opening Round Game)
                 1     2    3     4     =  Total
MSAD  -   16    4     8    19    =   47
MSD    -    21  12   14    20    =   67

Halftime –  MSD lead 33-20

MSD ORIOLES

John Werner, Jr. – 6 Points, 5 Assists
Brady Perry – 1 Point
Egan Seremeth – 2 Points
Mauricio Orozco – 10 Points, 3 Rebounds
Bailey Moers – 8 Points
Damon Biskupiak – 8 Points, 7 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 1 Block
Giovanni Maucere – 13 Points, 8 Rebounds, 5 Assists, 4 Steals
Yave Sanchez - 19 Points, 6 Rebounds, 1 Block

Team Total FG: 27 
Team Total 3FG: 2 (Moers 2)
Team Total FT: 11-19

MINNESOTA TROJANS

Joshua Strom – 11 Points
Matt Sherman – 8 Points
Stefan Anderson – 7 Points
Junior Peters – 1 Point
Anthony Barger – 2 Points
Kyrell Cummings – 14 Points
Logan Waldo – 2 Points
Garrett Springer – 2 Points
 
Team Total FG: 19
Team Total 3FG: 2 (Anderson, Strom)
Team Total FT: 7-16 

We will play in semi-final game tomorrow at 5pm PST / 8pm EST against
California School for the Deaf-Fremont or California School for the
Deaf-Riverside.

Record: 9-5

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Michigan girls’ basketball

      Played New Life tonight and it was pretty heated the whole game til
the 4th quarter where we skipped
      past them, took the W   42-34

       

      NL                6            9         8         11        34       
      MSD              10            8         6         18        42

      Hannah Wears   14 points  4 rebs 1 asst.   1 steal

      Rachel Chicky 12 points  11 rebs  3 asst. 1 block

      Kassie Ross 1 point     3 asst.  3 steals

      Princess Rogers    3 rebs      1 asst.  3 steals

      Rebecca Davis  15 points   3 rebs   3 asst.  10 steals   1 block

3-2 now

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Ohio girls’ basketball

OSD Girls 25 vs. Village Academy 51

OSD  14-4-4-3==25

VA   6-20-4-21==51

OSD Girls: Mendis 0, Willingham 5-0-10, Shakir 0-1-1, Bass 0, Greene
7-0-14.  Totals: 12-1-25

VA Girls: Kwerr 4-0-8, Cordle 9-1-19, Reinitz 4-0-10, Turkey 7-0-14. 
Three-point goals: Reinitz 2.  Totals: 24-1-51.

OSD Girls Team Records: 8-3

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Ohio boys’ basketball

Subject: Game Results: OSD Boys 34 vs. High Street Christian 54

OSD  6-6-16-6==34

HSCS 12-14-9-19==54

OSD Boys: Arnold 2-2-6, Jackson 4-2-10, Brown 5-3-13, Taylor 1-1-3,
Davenport 1-0-2.  Totals: 13-8-34

HSCS Boys: J. Anderson 4-2-11, Mainous 4-3-11, N. Anderson 1-0-2,
Johnson 3-0-6, Mooney 4-3-11, Oldham 4-4-12, V. Clagg 0-1-1.
Three-point goals: J. Anderson.  Totals: 20-13-54

6-7 record

………………………………

Oregon basketball

Last night (1/15/15):

Our girls traveled to Newberg to take on CS Lewis. In the first
quarter, OSD pulled ahead, only to see CSL catch up quickly to keep
the game close.  With 43 seconds left in the game, the score was
tied, 18 – 18.  CSL missed a shot, which OSD rebounded and brought
down the court.  With 12 seconds left, OSD scored a basket, pulling
ahead to 20 – 18.  OSD then stole CSL’s inbound pass right under the
basket and scored, 22 – 18.  Again, OSD stole the following inbound
pass right under the basket and scored the final points of the game
as time expired!  Final score:  24 – 18, OSD.

Our boys took on Country Christian at home (OSD).  OSD built a small
lead and ended up ahead by 9 points at the half.  CCS stormed back in
the 2nd half and tied the game with a 3-pointer when time ran out. 
In overtime, OSD held the lead by 1 point with 3.9 seconds left.  CCS
ran down the court and got a shot off, scoring the winning point! 
What a game!

Tonight, both girls and boys travel to Jewell for 5:30/7 pm games,
respectively.

Results:
Girls
OSD:  09  13  18  24
CSL:   03  11  18  18

Boys
OSD: 11  19  24  36  41
CCS: 07  17  26  36  42

Record:
Girls 2 – 6
Boys 1 – 8

 

Results:
Girls
OSD:  09  13  18  24
CSL:   03  11  18  18

Boys
OSD: 11  19  24  36  41
CCS: 07  17  26  36  42

Record:
Girls 2 – 6
Boys 1 – 8

We just got back from Jewell (1/15/15). Our girls played hard, but
couldn’t keep up with the sharpshooting Bluejays, losing 27 – 47. The
same goes for our boys, who played hard as well but were plagued with
foul trouble. Game ended 55 – 38 in favor of Jewell.

Next game is this coming Tuesday, vs. CS Lewis at OSD.

Results:
Girls
OSD: 02 10 19 27
JWL: 13 24 35 47

Boys
OSD: 06 16 30 38 
JWL: 20 27 46 55

Record:
Girls 2 – 7
Boys 1 – 9

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The girls basketball team traveled to Webster to take on the
Warriors.  The warriors came out strong capitalizing on some RSD
turnovers and took a 10 point lead into half time.  As the 3rd
quarter opened the wildcats turned up the heat against the warriors
and were able to take the lead early in the 4th.  It was a battle
from then on where the lead changed several times.  We fought hard
but came up 2 points shot losing 48-50.  Marlena Rauber,  Courtney
Gentzke and Felicia McGinnis were again tough on the boards.  Marlena
had a great night ripping down 15 rebounds.  Brianna DiGiovanni
really stepped up her game in the second half and ended the game with
38 points and 8 rebounds!  They did not have anyone on the other team
that could stop her.  They tried a box and one but RSD was able work
together and beat it.  Felicia McGinnis added 8 points for the
wildcats.  We are back in action today against Destiny.

Final score 48-50
3-6 on the season

 

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

SCSDB -   7   5  8  5-25
Brashier-13  16  10 25-64

SCSDB -Cheek-14, Griffin-7, T, Smith-3, K. Smith-1
Brashier-Torbert-19, Kern-11, Pallidino-9,Mattiaon-7, Braham-4,Maig-3,Taylor-3,Calvert-2,Mungai-2,Haney-2,Evers-2

SCSDB -  4-9

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

Brashier Middle College 42, SCSDB 12

 

BMC 10 11 12 9 – 42

SCSDB 0 4 2 6  - 12

 

BMC – Das Santos 2, Barnes 6, Collins 2, Atkins 4, Cook 4, Roller 7,
Galloway 3, Lagaly 12, Harris 2

SCSDB -Avery 12

 

3-pointers: BMC (Galloway 3)

Records: SCSDB (1-12).

…………………….

Virginia basketball

The Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind traveled to the West
Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind, January the 15th for a
girls and boys basketball game.
The Virginia girls won 41 to 29 with Asinia Bennett scoring 15
points. The girls are now 5 and 7.

The Virginia boys lost to the West Virginia school 63 to 58. Down by
26 points at the half the Virginia boys played a different game in
the 2nd half. With the great effort it was still not enough to
overcome the difference. Virginia’s Aaron Quillen scored 49 to lead
all scorers. The boys are now 6 and 8.

…………………….

Washington basketball

WSD Girls and Boys Basketball Scores:  1/15/15

 

WSD Girls and Boys @ Columbia Adventist

 

Lady Terriers 22 @ CAA 35

WSD – 5-2-2-13

Record 4-4 (League 2-2)

Yajaira Bedolla – 6    
Kayla Girard - 8  
Salina Lozier – 2
Brandy Piestsh – 4
Vangie Sohler – 2  

 

CAA – 10-6-17-2

 

Terriers 45 @ CAA 58

WSD – 6-12-10-17

Record 3-5 (League 0-4)

Randall Smith – 11  
Tredynn Selvog – 19
Miguel Peregrino – 11  
Taylor Payne – 3   
  

CAA – 15-20-18-5

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West Virginia boys’ basketball

West Virginia       63
Virginia            58

We hosted Virginia which it was our first game since December 18th.  We
had three games canceled due to inclement
weather since we returned from the Winter break. 

West Virginia      16    24   14  9  = 63
Virginia            7     7   24  16 = 58

Logan Gray led the team with 27 points and pulled down 14 rebounds, 3
assists and two blocks.  Patrick Epperly
followed up with 26 points, pulled down 8 rebounds, 4 assists and one
block.  Jesse Snyder scored 8 points and
pulled down 5 rebounds.  Sammy Steele scored 2 points, pulled down 5
rebounds and 2 assists.

We are scheduled to travel to Hancock to face their JV team on January
20th.

Our record is 2 – 3

…………………………

Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD   21 Westmoreland Christian Academy 24

Kai Miller 7
Cassie Friday 7

League 0-5
Overall 2-14

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Westmoreland Christian Academy

WCA   12 4 11 14 41
WPSD 10 8 18 13 49

M. Weber – 18 points, 13 rebounds
D. Dixon – 13 points, 13 rebounds
S. Reeves – 11 points

Record 4 – 7, League 1 – 3

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Wisconsin boys’ basektball

Wisconsin              5     12      10     14         41
Mountain Top Chr.     18     19      12      8         57

*Note: One of our key player did not play bb game yesterday *

We will play against Grace Christian Academy next Tuesday evening.

Record: 4 – 5

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Wisconsin girls’ basketball

WSD
2
6
0
3

11

Mountain Top
27
16
10
13

66
                
2-6 Record

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 15, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

– basketball updates

– a deaf rugby player in a championship game

– refusing to stay retired

Facebook:
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http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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American boys’ basketball

American defeated Governor Baxter School for the Deaf 53-18.

Governor Baxter       4-4-3-7 = 18
American             18-12-14-4 = 53

American started slow after several miscues in first half and was
down by 3. Lexington was able to keep their lead the entire game.
Robert Milone missed the game-tying shot. Jonathan led the team with
15 points.

 

American  10-2-9-14= 35

Lexington  8-7-9-14=    38

 

Fanwood got off to a hot start and outscored us 19-7 and led
throughout the game. Robert Milone scored team high 21 points.

 

American  7-18-12-9= 46

Fanwood  19-23-23-8 = 73

 

Record: 9-7

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American girls’ basketball

                  American School for the Deaf: 28
        Masters: 31

                  American School for the Deaf
                  Girls Varsity Basketball Record:
                  8-5

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Florida girls’ basketball

FSDB vs Crescent City                                   1/12/14

Varsity Lady Dragons
1st Quarter- 9-6                        Record: 11-5
2nd Quarter- 16-16                      
3rd Quarter- 30-24                             
4th Quarter- 40-31                      

FSDB vs Duval Charter                                   1/14/14
Varsity Lady Dragons
1st Quarter- 19-12                      Record: 12-5
2nd Quarter- 32-30                      
3rd Quarter- 45-44                                      
4th Quarter- 62-61                                              

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Lexington wrestling

January  14, 2015 — @ Martin DePores

Results:
Lexington 24 – Martin DePores 18

Final results:
115: Fernando Cardona – lost by pin, 0:41 sec.
122: Noah Aljahmi – won by pin, 3:10
147: Jean Carlos Diaz – lost by pin, 3:56
154: Raymond Mukhailov – won by pin, 2:44
162: Fatou Sankanu – lost by pin, 0:45 sec.
172: Jia-Cheng Huang – won by pin, 0:49 sec.

 

Exhibition matches:
126 Noah Aljahmi – won by pin, 3:11

 

Season Match Record:   2-3-1

 

Next home game will be on January 27th  Tri-Dual Matches

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Lexington girls’ basketball

Lexington Girls had a game against Fanwood, NYSD. It was 5 players on both
teams this time and Lexington has one
injured player that we had to pull back and out of the game sometimes.
Lexington girls won 27-15 a pleasurable
game where the girls did not give up. Our highest scorer for this game was
Chanell Slade with 20 points.

 

Record as of 1/15 is 7-3

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Lexington boys’ basketball
 

Monday, January 12, 2015
 
Summit 54  Lexington 49
 
East Elmhurst, N.Y. – Lexington played against Summit without Jorge
Ortega and still managed to keep the game close until end of 3rd
quarter we played to chase until the end and did not win. But we
played well as Summit had some lucky shots going their way as well.
 
Box Score:
Summit:     16   13   17   8 = 54
Lexington:        16  11  10   9 = 44
 
Statistics Leaders:
Points: Jorge Ortega (19) 
Rebounds: Samer Abualya (13) & Jorge Ortega (11)
Assists: Timar Harris (4) & Jorge Ortega (3)
Blocked Shots: Jorge Ortega (3)
Steals: Tanvir Chowdhury (4)

 Season Record: 6-3
 
Next game: Wednesday, January 14th VS Fanwood (NYSD) at Lexington at
5:00 pm

Wednesday, January 14, 2015
 
New York-Fanwood 48  Lexington 51
 
East Elmhurst, N.Y. – New York came to Lexington, took control of the
game in 1st half. We were down by 9 points at halftime. I had to give
my team a pep talk and to add the fire to their defense. The boys
played a great defense and never gave up in the 2nd half. We ended up
a tie after finally taking the lead in the end of 4th quarter. But
Fanwood came back riding on a tornado and made quick basket to tie
the game up. We could not make the final two shots to allow it fall
into overtime. Overtime period was so intense for both teams, and the
Blue Jays came out a winner. The game would have gone both ways it
did not matter as we are very equal. This was Jorge Ortega’s final
Deaf School game as he is leaving Lexington as his family relocated
out New York City. It is sad to see him go but it was a GREAT win on
his farewell against Deaf Schools being on Lexington team. We enjoyed
having you here at Lexington for three years, JORGE!
 
Box Score:
New York:     13   12   10   11   2 = 48
Lexington:       8     8    13  17   5 = 51
 
Statistics Leaders:
Points: Jorge Ortega (16),  Samer Abualya (16),  & Timar Harris (11)
Rebounds: Samer Abualya, Jorge Ortega, & Adrian Rivera (6 each)
Assists: Samer Abualya (4)
Blocked Shots: Jorge Ortega, Samer Abualya, & Adrian Rivera (1 each)
Steals: Samer Abualya (5) & Jorge Ortega (4)

 Season Record: 7-4
 
Next game: Friday, January 16th at Lowell at 5:00 pm

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Mississippi boys’ basketball

First Quarter:
MSD- 9
Natchez Cathedral- 19

Second Quarter:
MSD- 14
Natchez Cathedral- 30

Third Quarter:
MSD- 22
Natchez Cathedral- 52

Four Quarter:
MSD- 36
Natchez Cathedral- 67

Final Score: MSD- 36
Natchez Cathedral- 67

Scoring Leaders:
MSD
Ricky Church- 11 points
M. Campbell- 7 points

Natchez Cathedral
W. Boothe- 10 points
A. Weadock- 8 points

Team Record: MSD (4-8)

MSD vs Pelchatchie on January 6, 2015

First Quarter:

MSD- 2

Pelchatchie- 24

 

Second Quarter:

MSD- 11

Pelchatchie – 45

 

Third Quarter:

MSD- 25

Pelchatchie – 58

 

Four Quarter:

MSD- 33

Pelchatchie – 70

 

Final Score:

MSD- 33

Pelchatchie – 70

 

Scoring Leaders:

MSD

Jerome Smith- 11 points

Ricky Church- 7 points

 

Team Record: MSD (3-6)

MSD vs St. Aloysius on January 7, 2015

First Quarter:

MSD- 14

St. Alyosius- 20

 

Second Quarter:

MSD- 19

St. Alyosius – 41

 

Third Quarter:

MSD- 34

St. Alyosius – 54

 

Four Quarter:

MSD- 53

St. Alyosius – 78

 

Final Score:

MSD- 53

St. Alyosius – 78

 

Scoring Leaders:

MSD

Kenmarkis Meeks- 14 points

 

Team Record: MSD (3-7)

MSD vs Louisiana School for the Deaf on January 8, 2015

First Quarter:

MSD- 14

LSD- 9

 

Second Quarter:

MSD- 28

LSD – 13

 

Third Quarter:

MSD- 50

LSD – 17

 

Four Quarter:

MSD- 54

LSD – 23

 

Final Score:

MSD- 54

LSD – 23

 

Scoring Leaders:

MSD

Ricky Church- 17 points

 

Team Record: MSD (4-7)

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St Mary’s girls basketball

The Lady Bisons took a road trip yesterday down south to Central
Baptist in the second game of a non-league home & home series.  The
Lady Bisons showed up “FROZEN” and struggled on both ends of floor. 
Unfortunately we weren’t able to stop the Lions potent fast break and
we failed to manufacture any points on offense ourselves which led to
an old fashion drubbing 58-9.  The girls did their best to remain
positive and keep their heads up.  The coaching staff explained that
in sports when you get beat badly your only choice is to learn from
your mistakes and use it as motivation in the next game. Our next
contest and long road trip will be next week Tuesday as we travel
down south once again to Olean to take on IAC league opponent,
Archbishop Walsh.  Please continue to support and encourage our Lady
Bisons.

Overall Record: 0-7

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a deaf rugby player in a championship game

Deaf player praised for university rugby championship

In the final game of the 51st National Collegiate Rugby Championship held
in Tokyo on January 10, Teikyo University powerfully defeated the
University of Tsukuba by 50-7.

Wing Otsuka Takayuki (….), born hearing loss, laughed with joy in the
circle of teammates’ tossing.

Unable hear a call of his teammate nor a whistle of referee, he has dealt
by watching a movement of other teammate’s eyes and mouths. With his
167-cm body full of  bruises, he has applied himself to practice by the
concentration exceedingly.

The captain of the Teikyo University team praised Otsuka, saying, “He
never does cut corners at exercise or game.”

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refusing to stay retired

Matt Hamill Returns to Pro MMA, Signs with World Series of Fighting

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2330599-matt-hamill-returns-to-pro-mma-signs-with-world-series-of-fighting

 

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Alabama basketball

Alabama

 

Girls Varsity

Alabama 5  Wadley 47

 

Season record: 4 – 12

 

Boys Varsity

Alabama 45  Wadley 48

 

Season record: 11 – 5

 

Next game: Talladega County Central (Thursday, January 15)

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American girls’ basketball

American School for the Deaf:21

 New York School for the Deaf-               Fanwood: 15

      American School for the Deaf Girls Varsity
      Basketball Record: 8-4

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Arkansas basketball

Christian Ministries defeated Arkansas girls and boys in a conference contest.
 
Girls – 45 to 39
 
Record: 2-11
 

Boys – 53 to 20
 
Record: 2-11
 
Next Game: Arkansas @ Westside Christian 1/15.

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Florida boys’ basketball

FSDB  40  Meadowbrook Academy  29

Season record  6-8

We took a two hour bus ride to Ocala to face the “Fightin Mustangs” on
their home court for the first time ever.
 Meadowbrook came in with a 12-4 season record.  Meadowbrook has a big
powerful center that lit us up for twenty
points in our earlier matchup before the holidays. They also have two
three point bombers. We limited their
outside shooters to one three pointer the previous game. The Mustangs
Achilles heel is their overall lack of depth
on their bench. This time we limited their big man to four total points by
double teaming him on the lower block.
This left their long range shooters open, but they only made four 3′s for
the game. Overall it was our best
defensive effort of the year against a fundamentally sound , quality
basketball team.  We had a three point lead
late in the third quarter. Midway through the fourth quarter our overall
depth and team speed took over on the
defensive end and we went on a 14-4 run to seal the win. Defensive
intensity was the key in our victory.

We have our last road game of the season tonight as we visit Cornerstone
in Jacksonville. This will be our first
ever game with them. We are going to have to play really well to competew
with them.  We have played some common
opponents this season and they do have a good team. Would be nice to get
back to back road wins. Wish us well.

Note-Mason Dixon won/lost records are due today at noon for seeding
purposes. Our seeding will be based on our 6-8
record. My guess is we will be seeded 4th, 5th or 6th. As soon as that
information comes out later today I will
let you know our seed and opening opponent at the tournament next week in
Knoxville.

Tyler Ames-2 points
Cedric Scott-7 points
Dante Townsend-1 point, 10 rebounds. Dante’s interior defense was super on
their big man
Anthony Cash-10 points, 7 rebounds. Anthony was great finding open seems
in the back of their zone along the
baseline
Eduardo Solar-17 points(three 3′s). Eduardo bounced back nicely after
taking a pounding last week in the two games
against Christ’s Church
Zack Williams-3 points. Zack’s dive for a loose ball and key assist
triggered our late run
Quentin Galpine and Quendale Holmes-the “Double Q’s” continue to give us
size and quality minutes off the bench in
the post. Galpine had two points
Jomar Figueroa and Alex Wallace played but did not score

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf 59, St. Rita School for the Deaf 23

KY School f/t Deaf             20     26     47    59
St. Rita School f/t Deaf      4      14     14    23

KY School f/t Deaf (10-5)- Dillon Maynard 11, Ryan Mayes 6, Jeffrey
Couch 10, Irvin Herrera 8, Ricky Hubbard 4, Aaron Howard 6, Cody
Downey 4, Jeremy Davis 4, Jonathan Demaree 2, James Fields 4.

St. Rita School f/t Deaf- Durbin 8, Gross 3, Sanchez 8, Ott 2,
Mullins 2.

KSD’s starters played only in the first and third quarters,
outscoring the Lions 41-4, including a 21-0 blitz in the 3rd quarter.

KSD- 43 rebounds, 18 assists, 17 steals

Jeremy Davis led KSD in rebounding with 10.

Jeffrey Couch- 7 rebounds, 4 assists

Ryan Mayes- 4 assists, 3 steals

Irvin Herrera- 4 assists and led the team with 4 steals

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Learning Center for Deaf boys’ basketball

TLC 44 International School of Boston 34

Galloping Ghosts went on bad start in the first half when ISB took lead
15-6. ISB put several trapping defense zone against us, we didn’t find any
good passing that give us to an easy basket. James Knoll finally found a
basket with his lay-up and then we turned to better defense that stopped
their momentum. We ended up with 13- 0 run at halftime with our leading
19-15. Then we again bursted to lead all the way till the end. Ro Centeio
had some good show on the floor but he missed lot of easy baskets,
however, he still led us with 13 points, 12 rebounds and 7 steals. James K
added with 2 treys and 6 rebounds.

Next game at American School for the Deaf  on Friday at 730pm.

Record now 4-5.

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball vs Mount Airy Christian Academy 1/13/2015

MACA 33
MSD 65

MACA 5-6-8-14 = 33
MSD 20-14-19-12 = 65

Halftime MSD 34-11

MACA: Lucente 3, Shaffer 4, Fleming 7, Sefton 2, Kurdziolek 17

MSD: K. Lewis 2, Seremeth 2, T. Lewis 27, Bonheyo 3, Daniels 21, Johnson 10

MSD individual statistics:
T. Lewis 3 rebounds, 6 steals, 2 assists
Daniels 5 rebounds, 7 steals, 7 assists
Bahan 4 rebounds, 2 assists
Johnson 7 rebounds, 2 assists
K. Lewis 5 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 assist
Bonheyo 2 rebounds, 1 steal
Wood-Jacobowitz 4 rebounds, 2 assists
Seremeth 2 rebounds

MSD varsity girls record: 12-2

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Game #13

January 13, 2015

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Mt. Airy Christian Academy

                 1     2    3     4     =  Total
MSD    -   10    8    9     8    =   35
MACA  -     5    8  12   17    =   42

Halftime –  MSD lead 18-13

MSD ORIOLES

John Werner, Jr. - 3 Points, 3 Assists
Mauricio Orozco - 2 Points
Damon Biskupiak – 4 Points, 6 Rebounds
Bailey Moers – 3 Assists
Giovanni Maucere - 8 Points, 1 Block
Yave Sanchez - 18 Points, 10 Rebounds

Team Total FG: 12 
Team Total 3FG: 2 (Maucere 2)
Team Total FT: 9-16

Record: 8-5

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

January 6th vs Pelahatchie High School

MSD by Quarters:

6,   6,   4  2 = 18

Pelahatchie by Quarters

23,  18,  11,  10 = 62

MSD was 6-3 after this game

Kylisha Cathey ? 4 points

January 7th vs St. Aloysius High School

MSD by Quarters:

14,  9,   8,   4 ? 35

St. Aloysius by Quarters

8,  11,   17,    9 – 46

MSD was 6-4 after this game

Kylisha Cathey ? 14 points

January 8th vs Louisiana school for the Deaf

MSD by Quarters:

10,   20,   12, 11 = 53

Kylisha Cathey = 10
Shanieka Coleman – 14

LSD  by Quarters

7,   1,   8,   9 = 25

MSD was 7-4 after this game

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Missouri girls’ basketball

We had our homecoming game last weekend versus
Illinois School for the Deaf. The score was 40 (MSD) to 50 (ISD)

0-7

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Model girls’ basketball

We are now 4-6 with a win over Grace Brethern

MSSD- 45
Grace Brethern- 30

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Ohio boys’ basketball

OSD  6-11-14-6==37

MGC  9-20-20-8==57

OSD Boys: Arnold 0, Jackson 6-0-12, Brown 6-9-21, Buckingham 1-0-2,
 Mazza 1-0-2.  Totals: 14-9-37

MGC Boys: Mohre 1-1-3, Butterfield 1-0-2, Eastman 0-1-1, Goodman
15-2-32, McCormish 2-5-19.  Three-point goals: McCormish 5.  Totals:
24-4-57

OSD Boys Team Records: 6-6

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Oregon basketball

Last Thursday (1/8/2015), we took on St. John Bosco at home.  For the
girls’ game, we hung in there all the way until the very end, where
SJB pulled ahead for the win, 31 – 24.  For the boys’ game, SJB
proved to be too big, out-rebounding us to a convincing 46 – 23 win.

Tonight (1/13/15) was our HOMECOMING!  We hosted Washington School
for the Deaf.  For the girls’ game, it was close all the way to the
4th quarter with OSD going on a scoring run to pull away to a 27 – 15
win!  Congratulations on their 1st win of the season!  For the boys’
game, WSD controlled the boards to a 43 – 19 win over the Panthers.

THANK YOU to all the parents, fans, and alumni who came out to
celebrate our Homecoming!  Having a full house is inspiring to our
athletes :)

Results:
Girls
OSD: 07  09  18  24
SJB: 08  11  19  31

OSD:  07  11  15  27
WSD:  02  09  15  15

Boys
OSD:  06  14  23  23
SJB:  13  28  42  46

OSD:  03  05  15  19
WSD:  10  22  29  43

Record:
Girls 1 – 6
Boys 1 – 7

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Rochester boys’ basketball

Yesterday (Jan. 13th, Tuesday) RSD Boys basketball team played against
Hope Hall at their home court. RSD boys were fired up with many steals and
open drives as we were leading 42-7 by the half-time! Tre, Thomas, Ahmed,
and Dwian made some nice lay-ups! Dylan made couple of three pointers.
Also Clarence got fouled and he had two free throws, somehow he took his
time very patiently and he made both 2 for 2=100%! In the second half, we
took our time playing with plenty of passing and finding an open guy to
kill some time since we had a huge lead. Joaquin had many offensive
rebounds as he was trying to make a basket. He did a good job on not
giving up the ball as he was being aggressive to save the ball for his
team. We just earned our first victory of the season! Congratulations to
the boys, they did pretty great job together! GO RSD WILDCATS!

The final score is RSD, 54- Hope Hall, 19.

Dylan Benjamin- 15 points
Dwian Pratt- 14 points
Tre Vaughn- 10 points
Thomas Coates- 6 points
Ahmed Mohamd- 5 points
Clarence Market- 4 points

RSD BOYS RECORD= 1-9.

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

Greer Middle School 64, SCSDB 18

 

GMS 25 15 14 10 – 64

SCSDB 2 4 9 3 – 18

 

GMS – Milinger 15, Shonhouse 2, Ownby 8, Cooper 16, Kemp 2, Vidovich
4, Miller 4, Runlon 2, Siegall 4

SCSDB -Avery 9, Chavis 9

 

3-pointers: SCSDB (Chavis – 3); GMS (Milinger – 15).

 

Records: SCSDB (1-11).

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

SCSDB – 2 10  6  10-28
GMC- 19. 18  19  15-71

SCSDB – Griffin- 13, Cheek-8, Bibbs-2,Moore- 2, T. Smith-2,K.Smith-1
GMC- Williams-15,Stiles-9,Valdiva-9,Axeman-8,Miller-8,Broome-7,Short-5, Sehlarb-5,Matthews-2, Staudenyer-2, Hawkins-1

SCSDB -4-8

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St Mary’s boys basketball

 Yesterday the Bisons had their first game against Central Baptist
after a long Christmas break and our squad tried their best to  get
into shape after the break.  We ran out of gas however in the second
half of the game.

Despite the loss, our players showed improvement and we kept the
score close in the first half. Central Baptist led with 19 points
while Bisons trailed with 14 points after the first half.

  The Bisons tried a few different strategies on defense that didn’t
work as well at the start of the second half but as time went on we
got better. In the end, Central Baptist defeated 43 to 29.

 

Individual statistics:
Chris Martin: 10 points, 3 assists, 4 steals
Dalton Planty: 10 points, 2 assists, 6 steals
Isa Habeeb: 4 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assist
Cole Rodgers: 4 points, 2 rebounds,2 steals
 Ian Smith:  1 point, 1 rebound

 

OUR RECORD: 0 – 6 GAME: ST. MARY’S DEAF VS CENTRAL BAPTIST 29:42

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Washington basketball

WSD Girls and Boys Basketball Scores:  1/13/15

 

WSD Girls and Boys @ Oregon School for the Deaf

 

Lady Terriers 15 @ OSD 27

WSD – 2-7-6-0

Record 4-3 (League 2-1)

Yajaira Bedolla – 4  
Kayla Girard - 3
Salina Lozier – 5        
Maria Lopez – 2    
Vangie Sohler – 1
 

OSD – 7-4-4-12

 

Terriers 43 @ OSD 19

WSD – 10-12-7-14

Record 3-4 (League 0-3)

Randall Smith – 4
Jeremy Descloux - 1       
Zhano Ingram – 2   
Tredynn Selvog – 22
Miguel Peregrino – 10  
Taylor Payne – 4  

OSD – 3-2-10-4

 
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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

Hillcrest Academy 36. WPSD 19

Destiny Tanner 7
Alyssa Hulme 5
Cassie Friday 4

Overall 2-13
League 0-5
 
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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

@ Hillcrest Christian Academy

WP 13 7 19 10 49

HC    5 10 9 13 37

T. Frye 24 points

M. Weber 11 points, 18 rebounds

Record 3 – 7, League 1 – 3

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Wisconsin boys’ basketball

We have not play basketball game after Christmas Break. Our boys has been
shown rusty to play first game in 2015. We began to pick up our pace
progression with the opponents afterward the 1st period. Our boys did made
9 three points of field goals last night. (Note: Best Highlight this
Basketball Season) We will play against Mountain Top Christian Academy on
Thursday evening.

Wisconsin           5      12      5      11        33
Oak Hill Chr.        9      12     11     14        46

Record: 4 – 4

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Wisconsin girls’ basketball

Salam  2        4       3       6=15
WSD     8       6       10      6=30

Record 2-5

 

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