Feb
07

2016/02/07

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DeafDigest Sports – February 7, 2016

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

– Gallaudet updates

– basketball scores

– a Kevin Hall update!

http://deafdigestsports.com/

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2015/2016 fall & winter won-lost records
as of 2/07/16

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

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Gallaudet men’s track

Record-setting day as three Gallaudet men’s indoor records fall
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mtrack/2015-16/releases/recap_susquehanna1

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Gallaudet women’s track

GU women’s track and field team challenged at Susquehanna meet
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wtrack/2015-16/releases/recap_susquehanna1

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Gallaudet outruns Wolfpack in second half en route to 79-62 win
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2015-16/releases/recap_keuka

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Bison can’t weather first quarter storm in loss to Wolfpack
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2015-16/releases/recap_keuka

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ESDAA Girls Division I basketball

The Girls Division I Basketball Tournament kicked off yesterday.

 Here are the results:
#1 Rochester  32 vs. Bye Team (Rapids) 35
#4 Lexington 37 vs. #5 American       45
#3 WPSD 32 vs. #6 Marie Philip (TLC) 10
#2 Delaware no game

Today action begins at 1 PM

1 PM    #4 Lexington vs. BYE Team (Rapids)
3 PM    #6 Marie Philip vs. BYE Team (Rapids)
6:30    #2 Delaware vs. WPSD
8:00 #1 Rochester vs. #5 American

All Games tomorrow (Sunday) will be played at Eastridge HS
9:30            5th/6th place
11:00           3rd/ 4th place
12:30           Championship

All the action can be viewed on live streaming.
http://thecube.com/cube/esdaa-div-1-girls-basketball-tournament-rochester-ny

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Ohio basketball

2/6/16

Girls
Ohio 49 Eastern 10
We claimed the first annual Mountain State Classic title. We are 14-4 now.

Boys
We finished 3rd in the classic after defeating ENCSD 36-35. W
e are 8-9 on the year.

Wanted to thank WVSD staff especially Bob Haines, Marty Keller and
Paul See for their wonderful hospitality. The classic was very nice and
was enjoyed by everyone.
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Maryland wrestling

MAWL Wrestling Tournament at St. Anselm’s 02/06/2016

MSD participated in Eight team invitational tournament hosted by St.
Anselm’s Abbey School in Washington D.C.

Our wrestlers performed very well and we all are very proud of their
achievements.

We placed 5th out of 8 teams.

1st Place – St. Anselm’s – 187 points
2 – Model Secondary School for the Deaf – 134
3 – Heights School – 117
4 – Covenant Life School – 92
5 – Maryland School for the Deaf – 72
6 – Massanutten Military Acedemy – 68
7 – McLean School – 32
8 – Sandy Springs Friends School – 30

Individual results:

106 lbs – Zeke Martinez – 1st
152 lbs – Maverick Obermiller – 1st
285 lbs – DeBrian John – 2nd
220 lbs – Jonathan Guzman – 3rd

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

ESDAA

WPSD 27 to Delaware 40

Points
Kai Miller – 10
Dani Fisher – 6
Alyssa Hulme – 5
Rayne Smalley – 4
Cassie Friday – 2

Overall
10 won and 12 lost

League

4 won and 6 lost

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Kevin Hall update from Bernie Brown

KEVIN HALL at Indian River Open, New Smyrna Beach, FL

Kevin Hall participated at Indian River Open, Florida Professional
Golf Tour today.  Three Villagers (Jim Hynes, Bernie Brown & David
Williams) were there to watch him play. Though he was penalized or
got in trouble with water holes/woods several times, he managed to
escape for a par 72 game.  It is his first professional tournament
since last October 2015.  As result, he placed tied at 43rd or top
30% of the field, playing against some of PGA giants.  Hopefully he
will do better tomorrow, the final tournament round.  Let’s root for
him! 

https://fpgtour.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/fpgtour15/event/fpgtour1511/contest/1/
leaderboard.htm

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Feb
06

2016/02/06

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DeafDigest Sports – February 6, 2016

Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:

— Gallaudet updates

— basketball scores

— message from next Clerc host

— Matt Hamill’s next fight

http://deafdigestsports.com/

…………………………..

2015/2016 fall & winter won-lost records
as of 2/06/16

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

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Message from Chris Hamilton, athletic director,
Texas School for the Deaf

TSD is currently looking for two more girls’ basketball teams for
Clerc Classic XVII on Jan 12-14, 2017 at the Texas School for the
Deaf.   

Send an email to chris.hamilton@tsd.state.tx.us if you are
interested in sending your girls’ basketball team to the Clerc
Classic tournament.

The sooner, the better.

Chris Hamilton: Athletic Director at Texas School for the Deaf
VP: 512.410.1021
Email: chris.hamilton@tsd.state.tx.us
Website: www.tsdrangers.com

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Gallaudet women’s track

Season Preview: Bison women’s track and field aim for first team win this year
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wtrack/2015-16/releases/seasonpreview

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Gallaudet men’s track

Season Preview: GU’s men’s track and field program ready to compete inside and out
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mtrack/2015-16/releases/seasonpreview

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GU athletics mourns the loss of Kevin Milligan ’67

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/news/2015-16/milligan

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Gallaudet football

Maiwald, Fenton repeat selections on ECFC All-Academic Team
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2015-16/releases/allacademic

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Alabama boys’ basketball

newspaper posting

Wadley High School has been fined, placed on probation for one year and
ordered to forfeit seven varsity boys basketball games for violating the
AHSAA transfer rule. The school self-reported the violation.|

Wadley played an ineligible student in violation of the .Transfer Rule.
specifically .Bona-Fide Move Rule.”

The school must forfeit all contests its team won in which the student
participated. Forfeits includes one Class 1A, Area 8 win each over
Talladega County Central and Alabama School for the Deaf and one win over
Victory Christian. Wadley also must forfeit four non-area wins: one each
to Beulah and Woodland and two to Horseshoe Bend.

The Class 1A, Area 8 tournament bracket will reflect the forfeits.

Wadley moves to fifth seed and will play fourth seed Victory Christian
Saturday night at 6 p.m. at the site of Area 8 champion Winterboro. Third
seed Alabama School for the Deaf will now play second seed Talladega
County Central Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. and top seed Winterboro will play the
winner of Saturday.s Wadley-Victory Christian game at 5:30 p.m. The area
tournament finals remain set for Feb. 13 at 3 p.m.

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American girls’ basketball

ESDAA Division I

American 30
Lexington 27

12-11 record
     

American School for the Deaf will be playing against Rochester School
for the Deaf on Saturday February 6th to determine who would be
playing for the Championship on Sunday.

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Kansas boys’ basketball

ksd 19 christ prep 49

record is 1 and 14

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Lexington wrestling

On Wednesday, February 3rd  Senior Day to honored Noah Aljahmi’s last
home game.  

Lexington Blue Jays hosted  Tri-Dual match with Martin Luther and
Queens High School Complex.  Lexington lost the match with Queens
High School Complex 30-36, Actually It’s 4 matches game and we won
24-0, Unforutally  they had 6 forfeit. And We tied with Martin Luther
24-24.  There is only 5 matches game and we won 18-12, and not again,
they had 2 forfeit and we only have a forfeit.

Lexington 30 – Queens High School Complex  36

132 Noah Aljahmi won fall @ 5:31
140 Swapnil Patel won by forfiet
147 Fatou Sankanu won fall @ 0:37 seconds
162 Raymond Mukhailov won fall @ 3:11
184 Jean Carlos Diaz won fall @ 1:58

Lexington Records 3-7
 

Lexington 24 – Martin Luther 24

134 Noah Aljahmi won fall @ 2:50
140 Swapnil Patel won fall @ 0:53 seconds
147 Edgar Martinez lost fall @ 1:07
154 Fator Sankanu won by forfeit
162 Raymond Mukhailov lost fall @ 4:50
184 Jean Carlos Diaz won by fall @ 1:38

Lexington records 3-7-1

 

Next week Saturday February 13th New York State Private Wrestling
Tournament @ Long Island Lutheran.

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

Last Wednesday MPS 46 CHCH 40

Onto conference game MPS was aware that we had to win this game to
play possible playoff game. At first half MPS led by 13 points then
turnovers caused us setback and gave CHCH led 27-25 in halftime. MPS
roared back in the second half and lead for good until the buzzer.
Dylan Christoffels scored 21 points while Kacey added 11 points and
16 rebounds. Bryce came back from his sickness and scored 9 points. A
great way to win this game because we didn’t have any win in our
conference. 

Last Thursday Newman 44 MPS 42

A heartbreak game for us as well as we didn’t keep our hope to
continue our playoff scenario. We led for many minutes of the game.
Newman kept putting the front pressure defense against us. They found
a way to win the game in last two minutes of game. We came back to
tied the game 42 – 42 with 20 seconds left. Our player tried to make
a shot but it was a block by a great tall defender then lost the
ball. Newman scored. We tried to comeback but it was too late. Elvis
Calcano and Jorge Lara were playing their best basketball and I was
proud of my players who fought back. We had 42 rebounds in that game,
which we know that we had to stop their best player with his height
of 6-4″.

Record 5-14, Next game vs. Commonwealth on Friday 2/12 at MPS

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Maryland @ Mount Airy Christian Academy

                1      2      3     4   =  Total
MACA –  11      5     5    10  =   31
MSD   – 21     15    13    16 =   65
Halftime –  MSD led 36-16

ÿÿMSD ORIOLES
Emelia Beldon: 5 points, 4 rebounds, 5 steals, 5 assists

Eve Wood-Jacobowitz: 3 rebounds, 1 assists

Karita Lewis: 9 points, 6 rebounds, 1 steal

Adele Daniels: 25 points, 8 rebounds, 8 steals, 3 assists

Cassidy Perry: 18 points, 12 rebounds

Brooke Bonheyo: 4 points, 3 rebounds, 4 steals, 4 assists

Juliana Bahan: 5 rebounds, 1 steal

Freya Seremeth: 2 points

Ernelina Beldon: 2 points, 1 steal, 4 assists

Team Total FG: 28
Team Total 3FG: 0
Team Total FT: 9-18

19-3 record

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Mt. Airy Christian Academy

                 1      2     3     4    =  Total
MSD   –    15   16   18   16   =   65
MACA –   12    9    15   10   =   46

Halftime –  MSD led 31-21

MSD ORIOLES

Esteban Kovacs - 9 points, 5 assists, 1 block
John Werner, Jr. – 7 points, 3 steals
Brady Perry – 3 points, 3 assists, 3 steals
Mauricio Orozco – 13 points, 3 rebounds
Stefan Anderson – 2 points
Damon Biskupiak – 10 points, 11 rebounds, 1 block
Rory Lewis – 4 points
Yave Sanchez – 17 points, 6 rebounds, 1 block

Team Total FG:  27
Team Total 3FG:  2 (Biskupiak, Kovacs)
Team Total FT:  9-13

17-4 record

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Model girls’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 18
King’s Christian Academy: 44

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Model boys’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 50
King’s Christian Academy: 58

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New Jersey basketball

NJSD Basketball Results

February 4th
The Colts had a very successful trip to PSD. Both teams winning
hot games.

Boys
@ PSD  38
NJSD   40
Wow the game came down to the last quarter. The Colts were down at
the end of the third quarter, 27 ÿÿ 17. They came out in the fourth
and outscored PSD 21 ÿÿ 13. Ricky Maldonado had the best game of his
career putting in 21 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assist and 3 steals.
Stanley Uka added 7 points and 2 rebounds. Amon Baldwin had a good
game with 4 points and 5 rebounds.

The boys have one more regular season game, Tuesday Warren Tech at
home.

Season record: 2 – 10

Girls
@  PSD  22
NJSD  30
An impressive win by the Lady Colts at PSD  outscoring PSD in the
third 11 ÿÿ 5 and hanging on to win. They were without one of their
starters and still won. Emily Cruz had the best game of her career
with 15 points. Rebecca Adeyinka had 9 points, 7 rebounds, 6 assists,
2 blocks and 9 steals. DeÿÿAvian Watson had 6 points, 9 rebounds, 3
assist, 10 blocks and 7 steals.

This was the girls last regular season game, now they turn their
attention to the ESDAA tournament next Thursday in Rome, NY.

Season record: 4 – 8

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Ohio basketball

OSD at West Virginia for Mountain State Basketball Classic

Girls
OSD 32, Virginia 8

OSD will play ENCSD for the championship of the classic tonight.
It is our 8th straight win and we are 13-4 for the year.

Boys
Virginia 33, OSD 29

We will face ENCSD in consolation game this afternoon.
We are 7-9 after the loss.

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Phoenix girls’ basketball

Phoenix Deaf School vs. Mingus Mountain Academy High School

Girls – Won, 42 – 21

Record 14 – 8

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St Marys’ boys basketball

The Bison’s took on The Gow School JV team yesterday and defeated
them by a score of 37-29.   The Bison’s struggled in the 1st quarter
with the Ravens and couldn’t connect on their shots.  The Bison’s
came out in the second quarter and stampeded their opponents by
outscoring them 35-15 in the last 24 minutes of play. The `”Herd”
came away with 19 steals and 30 rebounds as a team and controlled the
rest of the game.

Record….5 wins …7 losses.  Our next game will be at the start of
the ESDAA Divison II Tournament hosted at NYSSD  on 2/12 against
NJSD.

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Texas boys’ basketball

Won two district games this week.   Still fighting for the 2nd place
slot in our district.   Will play against Faith Academy next Tuesday
in Marble Falls.   

Our current district record is 8 W 3L.
Our current overall record is 20 W 8L.

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD, 32 to Marie Philips (TLC), 10

Points
Kai Miller – 9
Dani Fisher – 7
Destiny Tanner – 6
Alyssa Hulme – 4
Rayne Smalley – 4
Cassie Friday – 2

Overall
10 won and 11 lost

League
4 won and 6 lost

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Wisconsin basketball

Girls lost to Rock County 43-53

Boys lost to Rock County 61-81

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DeafSports Trivia

Q. There was a story of Chicago Bulls’ Jimmy Butler, injured
and put into a wheelchair in last night’s basketball game.
He got out of the wheelchair to shoot two free throws
before being taken out of the game. Never happened in
Deaf Basketball?

A. It sort of happened.

a reprint from a 1998 DeafDigest Sports

Steve Nover, now a distinguished educator at
New Mexico School for the Deaf, played for New York Pelicans
in 1975. The problem was that he had a fractured leg and was
unable to play a game before the January 15th deadline to
become eligible. Because of Pelicans’ coach Roger Konoski’s
ingenuity, Nover suddenly became eligible without really
playing. How was it done? Playing against a team from
Washington, DC, the Pelican team was awarded a technical
foul, meaning they could designate a technical foul shooter.
Alas – Nover was it. He entered the foul lane, limping on a
cast, hit the free throw and was taken out of the game! Now
eligible and fully recovered, Nover was able to play for the Pelicans
at the national tournament.

(Nover is now on the faculty at Gallaudet; standing 6’5 tall,
he played basketball at Gallaudet during his student days)

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Matt Hamill’s next fight

He signed a contract to fight for Venator Fighting Championship.
His next fight takes place on May 21 at Milan, Italy

 

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DeafDigest Sports – February 5, 2016

Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:

— basketball scores

— message from next Clerc host

http://deafdigestsports.com/

…………………………..

2015/2016 fall & winter won-lost records
as of 2/05/16

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

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Message from Chris Hamilton, athletic director,
Texas School for the Deaf

TSD is currently looking for two more girls’ basketball teams for
Clerc Classic XVII on Jan 12-14, 2017 at the Texas School for the
Deaf.   

Send an email to chris.hamilton@tsd.state.tx.us if you are
interested in sending your girls’ basketball team to the Clerc
Classic tournament.

The sooner, the better.

Chris Hamilton: Athletic Director at Texas School for the Deaf
VP: 512.410.1021
Email: chris.hamilton@tsd.state.tx.us
Website: www.tsdrangers.com

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American girls’ basketball

American                28
New York State/Rome     31

11-11 record

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Delaware basketball

 

Girls

 

DSD  38  Tome School  48

 

DSD  46  Tri-State Christian Academy  31

 

Season record  10-4

 

Boys

 

DSD  22   Tome School  73

 

DSD 27  Tri-State Christian Academy  73

 

Season record  9-5

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Fremont boys’ basketball

Tuesday

CSD 54

CrossPoint 27

 

Wednesday

CSD 55

Crosspoint 26

 

Season Record 14 – 8

 

Tonight

CSD vs. Fremont Christian

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

St. Francis 54, Kentucky School for the Deaf 21

Ky. School f/t Deaf       5       4      10      2  -  21
St. Francis               8      15      19     12 -   54

Ky. School f/t Deaf (8-14)- Ryan Mayes 13, Irvin Herrera 3, Jeremy
Davis 3, Jonathan Demaree 2.

St. Francis (7-15)- Borders 8, Risley 9, Edwards-Kuhn 2, Mudd 9,
Thurstone 4, J. Moore 11, A. Moore 6, LeStrange 5.

KSD shot 7 of 34 from the field and pulled down only 17 rebounds.

Jeremy Davis led the team in rebounding with 7.

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Michigan girls’ basketball

Box Score for game: Girls MSD vs New Life

New Life        50
Michigan        39

MSD record: 1 win, 8 losses 

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Mississippi boys’ basketball

Bogue Chitto 63, Mississippi 51

Next Game: Mississippi @ Salem 2/9

Record to date: 9-6

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Missouri boys’ basketball

MSD Boys 47, Community R-6 JV 26

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Missouri girls’ basketball

Tonight we played the Community R-VI Trojans. We lost 20-42 making
our record 2-10.

Our first half we played wonderful. Our defense was top notch and we
held them to just 18 points. The score at halftime was 12-18. The
second half we just weren’t in the game. We were rushing and making
mistakes. We turned the ball over a lot in the second half. We played
against a good team and we let that get inside our heads. We weren’t
able to let our mistakes go and just continued to make more. However!
It is the weekend and we have a few days of rest before playing
Wentworth Military Academy on Monday at 6 pm.

Stats:

Cheyenne Dickerson: 1 rebound, 1 assist, 1 block

Avalon Saxton: 14 points, 11 rebounds, 4 steals, 3 blocks

Melissa Davis: 3 rebounds

Elizabeth Harrison: 4 points, 9 rebounds, 4 steals

Delanzia Hayes: 2 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 block

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New Mexico basketball

V boys 2/3/16

Walatowa 60

NMSD 26

 

We are still working on our defense and offense however our boys
showed improvement with individual skills and I am proud that they
never gave up.  Jonathan Garcia made 13 points and Luis Villalobos
contributed 11 points.

 

Overall record: 4-10

District record: 0-4

 

Next game: Monday, February 8th NMSD @ Walatowa @ 6:30pm

 

2/3/16

ECA 67

NMSD 43

 

Freshman Deven Thompson is out for the rest of the season due to a
foot fracture.  Our boys worked so hard to finish the game and showed
outstanding commitment. Luis Villalobos had 12 points and 5 rebounds,
while Jonathan Garcia added 12 points.

 

Overall record: 4-9

District record: 0-3

 

V girls 2/1/16

 

On Monday we had a game scheduled with Santa Fe Waldorf had to be
forfeit because Waldorf didn’t have enough players so we get a win. 

Overall record 5 wins – 11 losses.

District record 2 wins to 3 losses.

 

2/2/16

On Tuesday we had to forfeit the game against Evangel Christian.

Overall Record 5 wins to 12 losses. 

District record: 2 wins to 4 losses.

 

2/3/16

Last night we played Walatowa and lost by a score of 84 to 18. Girls
just couldn’t stay with a fast and physical team. Still proud of the
girl’s.

Overall record 5 wins to 13 losses.

District record 2 wins to 5 losses.

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

North Carolina boys’ basketball

Haywood Christian      50
NCSD                                40

 

Team record  2-9

 

Next game is at Carolina International on Tuesday, Feb 9

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Pennsylvania basketball

The Colts of NJSD traveled to PSD for a rematch on 2/4.  Both games
were thrillers to the end but, unfortunately for the Panthers, NJ
brought home two victories.

For the Girls, Eighth Grader Mecca Scott led with 12 points,
Sophomore Yasmean Evans added 6, Eighth Grader Trinity Rios popped in
2 points, and Seventh Grader Natalya Gilmore scored the first bucket
of her varsity career for the last 2.  The Lady Panthers are now 2
and 5 and will meet CAP at PSD on Saturday for Homecoming.

NJSD      6   5   11   8     30
PSD        5   4    5   8     22

The Men’s Game went down to the last .2 seconds! PSD came alive in
the 4th and tied the game with 9 seconds left. NJ returned and scored
a basket.  PSD’s Coach called for a time-out but was not heard over
the cheering in the Gym.  The refs set the clock with .2 seconds left
and PSD tried for a “hail, Mary” but it was not to be.  Sophomore
Nasir Ford was high scorer of the game with 22 points.  Sophomore
Jordan Shaw contributed 9 and Soph Taheed Robinson scored a bucket. 
Junior Greg Martin added 5. Final score, 40-38.  The Panthers will
meet Lexington on Saturday for Homecoming.  They are still looking
for their first win at 0 and 7.

NJSD      9   5   13   13     40
PSD        4   8    5   21     38

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

SCSDB – 7 3 5 12-27
GMC-  11  21 25  19-76

SCSDB -2-18

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB 23
Greer Middle College 63

SCSDB 
TvAvery 19 points 
T Chavis  4 points

SCSDB                      4       8        7       4
Greer Middle College      25      10       15      13

3 pointers 
SCSDB 0

SCSDB  25 rebounds 
Records
SCSDB   2-18

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Tennessee basketball

2/4/16
TSD at Cosby High School

Lady VikingsTSD 0, 10, 2, 6 – 18
CHS 19, 13, 16, 2 – 50

TSD Phillips 15; Rednour 3
CHS A. Norton 9; Baxter 8; Coggins 8; Johnson 8; Hall 4; Hurley 4;
Stump 4; Dawson 2; Galler 2; K. Norton 1

3pts: TSD 1 (Rednour); CHS 4 (Johnson 2; Coggins 1; A. Norton 1)

Record 11-11 (4-8 District 2A)

VikingsTSD       8.   8.  14.   8.  -  38
Cosby.   31. 15 . 18.   9.  -  73

TSD: Ellzey 12, Jones 22, Freeman 2, C. Johnson 2,

Cosby: Amick 4, Benjamin 5, Way 6, Askew 2, Cody 6, Swann 9, Sturm 8,
Ford 3, Williams 7, McKeehan 9, Valentine12, Myers 2

3pts: TSD.5 (Ellzey 2, Jones 3); Cosby 6 (Sturm 2, Ford, Williams,
Valentine2)

Records: TSD 9-12 (3-9 in District 2A)

 

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Washington basketball
 

WSD Girls vs. Hudson?s Bay

WSD Boys @ Firm Foundation

 

Lady Terriers 27 vs. Hudson?s Bay 36

WSD ? 6-4-6-11

Record 3-12 (League 0-5)

Ashantay Truong ? 8
Vangie Sohler ? 5
Haili St. Louis ? 2  
Brandy Pietsch ? 12

HB ? 11-6-11-8

 

 

Terriers 61 @ Firm Foundation 66

WSD ? 15-17-7-22

Record 11-6 (League 2-5)

Cristian Martinez-White ? 14
Randall Smith ? 8
Taylor Payne ? 4
Tredynn Selvog ? 24
Enrique Rodriguez ? 11

FF ? 23-8-16-19

 
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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 21 to Cornerstone Prep 42

Points
Dani Fisher – 5
Alyssa Hulme – 4
Rosie Santucci – 4
Olivia Larson – 2
Destiny Tanner – 2
Rayne Smalley – 2
Cassie Friday -  2

Overall
9 won and 11 lost

League
4 won and 6 lost
 
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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Cornerstone Prep

CP 56 – WPSD 37

Seth Reeves 20 points

Record 5-16, League 2-6

 

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DeafDigest Sports – February 4, 2016

Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:

– a new basketball tournament

– basketball scores

– message from next Clerc host
http://deafdigestsports.com/

…………………………..

2015/2016 fall & winter won-lost records
as of 2/04/16

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

…………………………..

Message from Chris Hamilton, athletic director,
Texas School for the Deaf

TSD is currently looking for two more girls’ basketball teams for
Clerc Classic XVII on Jan 12-14, 2017 at the Texas School for the
Deaf.   

Send an email to chris.hamilton@tsd.state.tx.us if you are
interested in sending your girls’ basketball team to the Clerc
Classic tournament.

The sooner, the better.

Chris Hamilton: Athletic Director at Texas School for the Deaf
VP: 512.410.1021
Email: chris.hamilton@tsd.state.tx.us
Website: www.tsdrangers.com

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American boys’ basketball

American defeated Governor Baxter School for the Deaf 49-34. Dylan
Mallach led the team with 10 points and Andrew Parent added 8 points
with team high 4 steals.

 

GBSD        0–8-6-15=  34

American   16-12-15-11= 49

 

Dylan Mallach 10 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal

Andrew Parent: 8 points, 3 assists, 4 steals

Omari Roberts: 8 points, 10 rebounds, 6 blocks

 

Record: 15-6
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American girls’ basketball

Masters 31
American 16

11-10 record

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Fremont girls’ basketball

Fremont 46 Valley Christian 22

Record: 15-4 League: 8-0
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Model boys’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 32
Grace Christian Academy of Maryland: 45
     

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Model girls’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 27
Grace Christian Academy of Maryland: 37

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Model wrestling

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 24
Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School: 39
Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 42
Washington Latin Public Charter: 21
Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 15
Saint John’s High School: 58

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Riverside boys’ basketball

February 3, 2016

CSD-Riverside vs. Riverside Christian

CSDR                   30 24 13 19 = 86
RC                    6   8 0  5 = 19

Halftime -  CSDR led 54-14

Record: 13-9 

Next Game: vs. La Sierra tonight 6:00 PM 

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Rochester boys’ basketball

Destiny visited at RSD’s home court last Tuesday evening.

DESTINY – 46
RSD – 26

RSD BOYS RECORD…..1-12

PLAYERS STATS

Ahmed- 1 point, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, and 3 steals
Bode – 7 points, 2 rebounds, and 3 steals
Clarence – 1 assist
Joaquin – 2 points, 5 rebounds
Thomas – 4 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist, and 5 steals
Tre – 12 points, 8 rebounds, 1 assist, and two blocks

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Rochester girls’ basketball

Game 13
Rochester Girls Basketball won the game against Destiny 45-23 to end
3 lost game in row. Brianna DiGiovanni scored 28 and 21 rebounds.
Diane Ward scored 6 and 4 rebounds.

Game 14
Rochester Girls Basketball team played really well in the game
against Finney. The last game, we lost to them by 23 points. The
Girls basketball team didnÿÿt let that happened again and lost by 6
points (69-63). Brianna DiGiovanni scored 34 and 11 rebounds. Felicia
added 15 points and 10 rebounds.

 

Record 7-7

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St Mary’s girls basketball

Aside from our ESDAA tournament next weekend and the IAC playoffs,
last night was our final regular season game.  We played host to the
Panthers from Academy of Aurora.  Going into the contest we knew that
our opponent was playing at a much higher level than we were capable
of with such a young squad.  That said,  it was a great opportunity
for us to attempt to run through all of our schemes & plays against a
better team and see what worked and if there were any glaring
problems.  It also gave us the chance for our bench players to get
much needed experience in case their services are called upon next
weekend at the tournament.   Nyjah Jackson played her first full game
(all 4 quarters) and tallied 5 rebounds along with a blocked shot. 
Sabina Bajgai , Tracy White, and Elise Watson were forced to cover a
lot of floor yesterday with some players out of the line-up. You
could see that although they were exhausted because of the lack of
substitutes, their confidence in themselves and each other was
growing with each quarter.  Although the contest was never really
close on the scoreboard, the coaching staff commended our team for
playing a full 32 minutes without giving up.  After the game we
explained to the team that with that same kind of effort and a full
accompaniment of players, no matter what the outcome in Rome, NY, we
will be proud of them. 

Overall record: 1-9

GAME: SMSD VS ACADEMY OF AURORA 15:42
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West Virginia boys’ basketball

with a new tournament – read below
 
West Virginia   35
Paw Paw         60

It was our first game since January 14th.  We had several games
cancelled due to Winter Storm Jonas.  We had rusty start which Paw
Paw took the lead 17 – 6 in first quarter.  We started to get
ourselves in flow as we continued trailing Paw Paw 27 – 17 at
halftime.  Paw Paw came out in 3rd quarter and expanded their lead 46
- 23.

Box scores

West Virginia  6   11   6   12 = 35
Paw Paw        17  10  19 14 = 60

Patrick Epperly led the team with 17 points.  Logan Gray followed up
with 12 points.  Hunter Barrows scored 6 points.

Our record is 2 – 9.

We will host our first ever Mountain State Classic on February 5th
and 6th for girls and boys basketball.  We invited deaf schools of
Ohio, Eastern North Carolina and Virginia. 

The Mountain State Classic schedule

February 5th :  2:30 pm  Ohio Girls vs Virginia Girls
                        4:30 pm   Ohio Boys vs Virginia Boys
                        6:30 pm  West Virginia Girls vs ENC girls
                        8:00 pm  West Virginia Boys vs ENC boys

We will recognize our Seniors prior to West Virginia Girls vs Eastern
North Carolina Girls game

February 6th

We will have special team competition during morning hours (Boys
competitions will be Team Free Throw and Three Point Shoot out) 
(Girls competitions will be Team Free Throw and Lay-Up)

Game:   
1:30 pm  Loser of Ohio/Virginia Girls vs Loser of West
Virginia/Eastern North Carolina Girls

3:00 pm  Loser of Ohio/Virginia Boys vs Loser of West
Virginia/Eastern North Carolina Boys

5:30 pm  Girls Championship Game

7:00 pm  Boys Championship Game

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Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:

— big win for Riverside

— basketball scores

— message from next Clerc host

http://deafdigestsports.com/

…………………………..

2015/2016 fall & winter won-lost records
as of 2/03/16

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

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Message from Chris Hamilton, athletic director,
Texas School for the Deaf

TSD is currently looking for two more girls’ basketball teams for
Clerc Classic XVII on Jan 12-14, 2017 at the Texas School for the
Deaf.   

Send an email to chris.hamilton@tsd.state.tx.us if you are
interested in sending your girls’ basketball team to the Clerc
Classic tournament.

The sooner, the better.

Chris Hamilton: Athletic Director at Texas School for the Deaf
VP: 512.410.1021

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Mason-Dixon Boys’ Tournament Results

We just had our 64th Annual Boys Basketball Tournament at the North
Carolina School for the Deaf last weekend.  Virginia was not able to
participate due to Winter Storm Jonas. Results of the tournament is
listed below:

Thursday

Louisiana 52

South Carolina 19

North Carolina 5

Florida 63

Kentucky 43

Georgia 57

Tennessee 52

E. North Carolina 30

Alabama 52

Louisiana 25

Mississippi 74

Florida 68

Friday

North Carolina 15

Kentucky 44

E. North Carolina 37

South Carolina 47

Tennessee 37

Alabama 60

Mississippi 73

Georgia 46

Saturday

Florida 68

South Carolina 28

Kentucky    37

Louisiana 36

Florida 60

Kentucky 28

Georgia 19

Tennessee 64

Mississippi 44

Alabama 46

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Arkansas girls’ basketball

JRV Lost to Garrett Memorial 22 to 37

 

Record as of today – Win 2 lost 12

 

Varsity Girls lost to Garrett Memorial 38 to 55

 

Record as of today – Win 12 lost 5

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Atlanta Area basketball

Boys basketball
AASD vs MSA 2/01
L  26-31
 

Jonathon
4 points, 3 rebounds, 6 steals
 

Marquise K
12 points, 1 rebound, 8 steals
 

Ahmeen
1 rebound
 

Cordell
3 points
 

Alberto
2 points, 1 steal
 

Christopher
5 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal
 

Girls Basketball
AASD vs MSA 2/01
W 43-26
 

Norma
2 steals
 

Camry
9 points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists
 

Tatiana
5 rebounds
 

Regina
25 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist, 4 steals
 

Marcina
2 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists
 

Brianna
4 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal

Boys Basketball
AASD vs TCS 1/29
L  42-60
 

Marquize N
2 points, 1 steal
 

Marquise K
14 points
 

Jonathon
11 points, 7 rebounds, 1 assist, 3 steals
 

Alberto
1 rebound, 1 assist
 

Cordell
2 points, 1 rebound, 1 steal
 

Ahmeen
13 points, 4 rebounds,
 

Santon
1 steal
 

Christopher
1 rebound

Girls Basketball
AASD vs TCS
W 62-14
 

Madison
2 points, 1 assist
 

Norma
2 points, 1 assist
 

Camry
15 points, 1 rebound, 3 steals
 

Regina
20 points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals
 

Tatiana
4 points, 3 rebounds
 

Marcina
10 points, 4 rebounds,
 

Brianna
9 points, 6 rebounds

Boys record 5-7
Girls record 8-3

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Fremont girls’ basketball

Fremont 69 CA Crosspoint 10

Record: 13-4 League: 8-0

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Fremont football

part of newspaper story

St. Francis announced it will compete in the Bay Football League (BFL) of
the North Coast Section during the upcoming 2016 football season.

The Watsonville-based private school joins Emery, California School for
the Deaf, Livermore Valley Charter Prep, Stellar Prep and Harker in the
now-six team BFL.

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Illinois boys’ basketball

newspaper score

North Greene 77, ISD 39

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Indiana girls’ basketball

newspaper story

HS girls basketball sectional roundup, Feb. 2

UNIVERSITY 57, INDIANA DEAF 49

Indiana Deaf (15-9) . Demi Bingham 7 3-6 18, Isabella Paulone 6 2-3 16,
Ariel Senics 1 2-2 4, Brittany Skjeveland 1 2-4 5, Courtney Skjeveland 3
0-0 6.

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Kansas boys’ basketball

ksd 32 ozanam 62

record is 1 and 14

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Kentucky girls’ basketball

KSD              20
St. Francis    36

KSD RECORD  9-12

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Walden 67, Kentucky School for the Deaf 59

Walden                          21    12    14    20 -  67
Ky. School f/t Deaf     12    21    14    12 -  59

Walden (5-12)- Harris 35, Kinslow 9, Rudy 5, Sharma 13, Pitchford 5.

Ky. School f/t Deaf (8-13)- Ryan Mayes 23, Jeffrey Couch 13, Irvin
Herrera 14, Jeremy Davis 9.

Walden- 10 three-point goals (7 in the 1st quarter)

KSD tied a season high in three-point goals made in a game with five.

Walden was up 29-17 in the 2nd quarter, but KSD stormed back to tie
the game at halftime.  KSD led 43-38 late in the 3rd quarter, but
could not extend the lead or hold on to it.

KSD- 25 of 52 from the field for 48%; committed a season-low 5
turnovers

Jeremy Davis- 9 rebounds

Jeffrey Couch- 7 rebounds

Ryan Mayes- 10 of 17 from the field

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf at Frederick Force

                1      2      3     4    =  Total
Force  -   6      5      4     4    =   19
MSD   –   19    20    14    24   =   77

Halftime –  MSD led 39-11

MSD ORIOLES

Emelia Beldon: 16 points, 2 rebounds, 6 steals, 7 assists

Eve Wood-Jacobowtiz: 2 points, 1 steal

Karita Lewis: 14 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 blocked shots

Adele Daniels: 25 points, 9 rebounds, 8 steals, 7 assists

Cassidy Perry: 12 points, 11 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 blocked shot

Rajena Guettler: 4 points, 1 steal

Juliana Bahan; 4 points, 7 rebounds, 2 steals, 

Team Total FG: 34
Team Total 3FG: 1 (Emelia Beldon)
Team Total FT: 6-14

Record : 18-3

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Frederick Force

MSD –   10    16    15     8    =   49
FF    -   12    15     13   14    =   54

Halftime –  Frederick Force led 27-26

MSD ORIOLES

Esteban Kovacs – 4 assists
John Werner, Jr. – 6 points, 4 steals
Brady Perry – 2 points
Mauricio Orozco – 13 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals
Stefan Anderson – 4 rebounds
Damon Biskupiak – 9 points, 3 rebounds
Rory Lewis – 1 point, 3 rebounds
Yave Sanchez - 18 points, 5 rebounds

Team Total FG:  19
Team Total 3FG:  2 (Biskupiak, Werner, Jr.)
Team Total FT:  9-14

Record: 16-4

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Michigan girls’ basketball

Box Score for game: Girls MSD vs Landmark

MSD record: 1 win, 7 losses 

GAME: GIRLS MSD VS LANDMARK 25:49

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Missouri girls’ basketball

Tonight we played the Chamois Pirates. We lost 28-46 making our
record 2-9.

We played a decent game. Our injuries haven’t fully healed yet so our
performance was less than optimal. We ran our plays well and were
able to get open a lot inside which is something we have been working
hard to do. Haley Skaggs was Chamois’ top scorer with 12 points. We
are gearing up to play against Community R-VI at home on Thursday at
6 pm.

 

Stats:

Cheyenne Dickerson: 4 points, 2 rebounds

Avalon Saxton: 8 points, 7 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 steals

Melissa Davis: 2 points, 3 rebounds, 1 assist

Elizabeth Harrison: 8 points, 9 rebounds, 1 assist, 3 steals

Delanzia Hayes: 6 points, 1 steal

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New Jersey girls’ basketball

NJSD Girls Basketball Results

February 2nd

@NJSD  20
STEM Charter School  29

What an improvement from the first game the Lady Colts played against
STEM. They lost by over 20 points and were never in the game being
dominated by a much faster more physical team. This game was much
different. The NJ girls were tough on the boards and were not pushed
around. Rebecca Adeyinka was honored as the only senior leaving the
team at half time. The team and coaches will miss her. She played her
last home game in great fashion. She had a double double with 11
points and 10 rebounds. Freshman DeÿÿAvian Watson shows great promise
by adding 4 points and pulling down 14 rebounds, 2 assists, 4 blocks
and 4 steals. Emily Cruz added 5 points.

Season Record:  3 – 8

The Lady Colts next game is at PSD Thursday, February 4th.

…………………………………….

New York State/Rome boys’ basketball

NYSSD 50, River Valley Christian Academy 63

NYSSD – Allen 9, Kendic 2, C.Pilbeam 21, E.Pilbeam 10, Born 8 

Totals:  16 16 50

River Valley – Hartzler 35, N.Reggie 9, Oneal 6, S.Reggie 6, Zehr 5

Totals:  19 21 63

Three-point baskets: Zehr 1

Halftime:  NYSSD 24, River Valley 29

 

We are 2-10. Our season is over except ESDAA boys’ Basektball
Tournament next weekend

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Ohio basketball

2/2/16
OSD vs. Cristo Rey at Bosco Center

OSD Girls 38
Cristo Rey 32
Record: 12-4
On 5-game winning streak

Cristo Rey Boys 49
OSD 26
Record: 7-8

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Oklahoma basketball

Girls

Springer – 47
OSD – 42

Boys

Springer – 39
OSD – 44

OSD Girls record 2 – 14
OSD Boys record 3 – 13

This concludes the regular season. We will be traveling to Delavan,
Wisconsin to participate in the GPSD Basketball tournament.

OSD girls will play Kansas
OSD boys will play Arkansas

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Phoenix basketball

Bagdad High School vs. Phoenix Deaf School

Boys – Lost, 11 – 52

Record 6 – 18

Girls – Won, 34 – 33

Record 13 – 8

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Riverside boys’ basketball

February 2, 2016

CSD-Riverside vs. California Lutheran

CSDR                   12 13 20 24= 69
CL                         13 14 16 24= 67

Halftime -  California Lutheran lead 25-27

Record: 12-9 

Next Game: vs. Riverside Christian tonight

__________

A Special Birthday Gift for CSDR

 

CSD Riverside hosted a game against league rival California Lutheran
on a very special day for CSDR- its 63rd birthday. Close to 350 fans
were in attendance. The big crowd, many of them wearing red clothes,
added to the full house along with the athletes, coaches,
cheerleaders, former students, teachers, staff, alumni, families, and
the community. Another special event was the recognition of Noah
Valencia joining the 1000 points club. Heÿÿs the fifth member in CSDR
history. He joins his father/coach Jeremias Valencia, John Foronda,
his uncle Jaimie Valencia, and Jerry Moore.

 

CSDR had not won against Cal Lutheran since January 25, 2011. The
last time the two teams played was when CSDR traveled to Cal Lutheran
in December 2015 and lost by 4 points. Cal Lutheran was second in the
league last year and did win the league championship and went on to
be the runner up in the state three years ago. Most of the players
from Cal Lutheran are seniors this year.

 

CSDR and Cal Lutheran engaged in a hot battle during the first
quarter. The score at the end of the 1st was 13-12, Cal Lutheran
leading. In the second quarter, CSDR staged a comeback with a 4-0
run, but with 3.6 seconds left before halftime, Cal Lutheran shot a
three-pointer from near half court and it helped them maintain the
lead, 27-25.

 

In the third quarter, CSDR finally stepped up to another level and
led the scoring in the quarter, 20-16. In the fourth quarter, CSDR
had a 6-point lead but Cal Lutheran was a stubborn team and came back
with five straight three pointers. However, CSDR answered back with
22 out of 32 free throws which helped CSDR grab the victory.

 

Noah Valencia scored 46 points with 15 out of 19 free throws and 7
for 15 three pointers. DeSean Welch stepped up in a big way with 10
points and 12 points, as did Christian Jacobs with 5 points and 12
rebounds.

 

Noah also broke a new school record- the most points in a single
season. The old record was held by Raymond Nelson (ÿÿ11) with 624
points. Noah now has 631 points with 5 more games to go in the
season.

 

It was a really great victory for our school. The community support
was amazing and it really helped our boys win tonight. If not for the
crowd- I donÿÿt think we would have done as well. I want to thank
everyone who showed up. It means a lot to CSDR, our community, and
especially our team, stated Coach Valencia.

 

CSDR will host a league game against Riverside Christian tonight
(Wednesday Feb. 3) at 6:00 p.m. at the MAC. 

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

Final score
Christ Church 56
SCSDB 17

SCSDB 

T Avery 11 points 
T Chavis 6 points

Score by quarters 

Christ Church            14      16        16         10
SCSDB                        1       8         6         2

3 pointers 
Christ Church    0
SCSDB    0

SCSDB   17 rebounds 
Records
SCSDB    2-16

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

Christ Church – 46. 8 20 4- 78
SCSDB- 6 00 10-16

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St Mary’s boys basketball

The Bison’s hosted Central Baptist this afternoon.  The “Herd” played
the Lion’s last week in a great game so we expected the same today. 
The Bison’s took the lead from the early minutes of the game and
never trailed.  Nick Barrus, Kassim Kassim and Christopher Martin 
controlled the tempo and combined for 18 steals.  Isa Habeeb worked
the boards and played well down low.  Christian Lawrence recorded his
first double/double and led all scorers with 18 points and 12
rebounds.  The result was a 49-33 win over Central Baptist.

Our record is 4 wins and 8 losses. Next game is Thursday Feb. 4th at
SMSD …against The Gow JV at 4:00pm.

…………………………………

Tennessee basketball

02/02/2016TSD @ Berean Christian

Lady Vikings
TSD 4, 11, 10, 7 – 32
BCS 5, 12, 6, 8 – 31

TSD Holmes 10; Carico 8; H. Robinson 7; Tipton 3; Rednour 2; M.
Robinson 2
BCS James 24; Hayes 4; Hancock 3

3pts: TSD 0; BCS 0

Record 11-10 (4-7)

Vikings
TSD 5, 7, 10, 18 – 40
BCS 10, 14, 22, 18 – 64

TSD Jones 21; Freeman 10; Ellzey 9
BCS Miller 13; HAstings 12; Dunn 9; Haskell 9; Piper 8; Mershon 6;
Causey 4; Price 2

3pts: TSD 7 (Jones 3; Ellzey 2; Freeman 2); BCS 3 (Haskell 2; Miller
1)

Record 9-11 (3-8)

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Washington basketball

WSD Girls and Boys vs. Columbia Adventist

 

Lady Terriers 17 vs. CAA 32

WSD – 5-2-4-6

Record 3-11 (League 0-5)

Ashantay Truong - 5
Vangie Sohler – 5
Sara Mayfield – 1  
Brandy Pietsch - 6

 

CAA – 13-9-6-4

 

 

Terriers 45 vs. CAA 66

WSD – 14-14-6-11

Record 11-5 (League 2-4)

Cristian Martinez-White – 9
Randall Smith – 14
Juan Gayton-Arroyo - 2
Taylor Payne – 5
Tredynn Selvog – 9
Enrique Rodriguez – 6

CAA – 17-15-16-18

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD, 26 to Westmoreland Christian, 15

Points
Alyssa Hulme – 16
Cassie Friday – 5
Kai Miller – 3
Destiny Tanner – 2

Overall
9 won and 10 lost

League
4 won and 5 lost

It was a good game.  All played well, good attitude & good teamwork.
 

………………………….

Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Westmoreland Christian

WPSD 50 – WC 26

Dajion Dixon 17 points, 14 rebounds
Kyle D’Amore 16 points
Kyle Keracher 15 rebounds

Record 5-15, League 2-5

 

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Hot DeafSports News at:

— basketball updates

— first championship in 38 years

— Gallaudet updates

http://deafdigestsports.com/

…………………………..

2015/2016 fall & winter won-lost records
as of 2/02/16

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

…………………………..

Gallaudet men’s basketball

Bison bounce back with 87-80 win over Mustangs
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2015-16/releases/recap_msc

……………………………

Gallaudet women’s basketball

Gallaudet falls to Morrisville State in rare Monday night game
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2015-16/releases/recap_msc

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Alabama basketball

at Mason-Dixon

Lady Warriors

Thursday, January 28
Lady Warriors 29 Tennessee 24

Friday, January 29
Mississippi 46  Lady Warriors 38

Saturday, January 30
Lady Warriors 29 Kentucky 25
Tennessee 24  Lady Warriors 23  (4th Place)

Season record: 10 – 16

Silent Warriors

Thursday, January 28
Silent Warriors 53 Louisiana 25

Friday, January 29
Silent Warriors 61 Tennessee 37

Saturday, January 30
Silent Warriors 46  Mississippi  44 (MD Champs)

Season record: 16 – 9

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Arkansas girls’ basketball

JR Varsity lost 26 to 32 to Garrett Memorial

 

Varsity Girl Lost 39 to 53 to Garrett Memorial

 

Record JRV 2 Win and 12 Lost

 

Record for Varsity Girls 12 Win and 5 Lost

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Fremont sports

e-news as edited for brevity

home games this week are plentiful.  We will celebrate our Winter Pep
Rally on Friday at 12:30pm before we reach senior week and league
championships (basketball & wrestling).

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Illinois girls’ basketball

part of newspaper story

The Brown County girls basketball team grabbed a 33-14 halftime lead
Monday night and easily defeated Jacksonville Illinois School for the Deaf
69-27

another newspaper story

Routt (No. 8), Triopia (No. 10), Brown County (No. 6) and Illinois School
for the Deaf (No. 11) will all compete in the Mendon Unity Regional, which
feeds into the Brimfield Sectional.

Routt takes on Triopia in the first round Feb. 8, with the winner to play
Mendon Unity in the semifinals Feb. 9. Brown County plays ISD in the first
round Feb. 8, with the winner to play Astoria Feb. 9.

…………………………..

Indiana girls’ basketball

sectional prediction, part of newspaper story

Sectional 58 at University
Games: Tuesday, Indiana Deaf (15-7) vs. University (14-8), 6 p.m.;
International (17-6) vs. Metropolitan (4-19), 7:45 p.m.; Friday, Tindley
(21-2) vs. Game 1 winner, 6 p.m.; Bethesda Christian (14-8) vs. Game 2
winner, 7:45 p.m.

Skinny: Tindley is a big favorite.

Pick: Tindley should win its fourth consecutive sectional title. Sophomore
Skye Williams (19.4 ppg) leads the team in scoring

……………………………

Iowa boys’ basketball

ISD 47  Sidney 36

 

We are now 6-10

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Lexington boys’ basketball

>Game #18
>February 1st, 2016

>Stevenson @ Lexington School for the Deaf

>Stevenson  2  5   4   5 =16
>Lexington 27 14 24 10= 75

>Lexington led 41-7 at halftime

>T Harris  16 PTs 6 assists 10 steals
>J Laikram 14 PTs 6 Rebs 1 block
>S Salmon 12 PTs 9 Rebs 3 assists

>Boys Basketball Record: 8-10

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Maryland wrestling

Wrestling Tri-Meet at Covenant Life School – 02/01/2016

Covenant Life School vs. Maryland School for the Deaf @ Covenant Life
& JDS/MSD on 02/01/2016.

Maryland School for the Deaf (MSD) 43 Covenant Life School (CLS) 30

106: Sebestian Velata (MSD) won by Forfeit
113: Double Forfeit 
120: Connor Malone (CLS)  won by Forfeit
126: Anna Obrien (MSD)  won by Forfeit
132: Luke Kelley (CLS)  won by Forfeit
138: Jeffery Navarro (MSD) over Jeremy Matthews (CLS) (Fall 1:07) 
145: Maurice Braxton (MSD) over Eric Stancik (CLS) (Major Dec 15-6) 
152: Maverick Obermiller (MSD) over Zachary Funes (CLS) (Fall 5:30) 
160: Kevin Acevedo (CLS) over Kiser Holiday,Jr (MSD) (Fall 5:35) 
170: Juan Martinez (MSD) over Maximo Thompson (CLS) (Dec 10-4) 
182: Andrew Simmons (CLS) over Kay Onobiyi (MSD) (Fall 3:34) 
195: Sean-Michael Ahimon (CLS) over Brody McAfee (MSD) (Fall 1:15) 
220: Jonathan Guzman (MSD)  won by Forfeit
285: Debrian John (MSD)  won by Forfeit

Jewish Day School (JDS) 42
Maryland School for the Deaf (MSD) 36

106: Noah Richman (JDS) over Sebastian Velata (MSD) (Fall 1:03) 
113: Max Milchberg won by Forfeit 
120: Adam Gaskill won by Forfeit 
126: Anna Obrien (MSFT) over Micah Shull  (JDS) (Fall 4:43) 
132: Double Forfeit 
138: Eden Amewau-Atisso over Jeffrey Navarro (MSD) (Fall 0:55) 
145: Seth Kolemaister (JDS) over Austin Wilson (MSD) (Fall 01:11) 
152: Eytan Layman (JDS) over Thomas Hamm (MSD) (Fall 1:27)
160: Kiser Holiday (MSD) over Andrew Fuchs (JDS) (Fall 1:16)
170: Kay Onobiyi (MSD) won by Forfeit 
182: Eli Rashti (JDS) over Juan Martinez (MSD) (Fall 5:36) 
195: Brody McAfee (MSD) won by Forfeit 
220: Jonathan Guzman (MSD) over   (JDS) (Fall 2:00) 
285: Debrian John (MSD) won by Forfeit 

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf @ CHEN

             1      2      3     4     =  Total
MSD  -  17    9    18   20    =   64
CHEN –  17   5     15  14    =   51

Halftime –  MSD led 26-22

MSD ORIOLES

Esteban Kovacs – 4 assists, 3 steals
John Werner, Jr. – 14 points, 3 assists
Mauricio Orozco – 4 points, 3 steals
Stefan Anderson – 7 points, 6 rebounds
Damon Biskupiak – 17 points, 12 rebounds, 1 block
Yave Sanchez - 22 points, 9 rebounds 

Team Total FG:  26
Team Total 3FG:  3 (Anderson, Biskupiak, Werner, Jr.)
Team Total FT:  9-11

Record: 16-3

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Minnesota boys’ basketball

MSAD V BBB defeated at Liberty Classical Academy, 78 to 51. 13-9
overall and 8-3 in EMAC.

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Missouri girls’ basketball

January 30, 2016 – Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles

In the morning we played Arkansas School for the Deaf and lost 36-41.

The ladies played very well. I think we actually outplayed Arkansas,
we just didn’t outscore them. There were several questionable calls
during the game that didn’t go our way and we got beat up physically
pretty bad. Delanzia had to sit out part of fourth quarter from an
ankle injury but luckily it wasn’t too serious and she was able to
come back and play in the evening.

Stats:
Cheyenne Dickerson: 2 points, 1 rebound
Avalon Saxton: 9 points, 8 rebounds
Melissa Davis: 2 points, 1 rebound
Elizabeth Harrison: 5 points, 1 rebound, 3 steals
Delanzia Hayes: 18 points

 

January 30, 2016 – Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles

That evening we played Oklahoma School for the Deaf and lost 30-47
making our record 2-8.

The ladies were tired and hurting. They played as well as they could.
We had the same referees for our night game and it left the girls
feeling defeated. I am, however, extremely proud of these girls
because despite the frustration, pain, and exhaustion, they never
once gave up and they continually showed remarkable sportsmanship
throughout the entire contest. We traveled back on Sunday, had
practice and rested up today, preparing for our game against Chamois
tomorrow at 6 pm.

Stats:

Cheyenne Dickerson: 4 points, 1 steal

Avalon Saxton: 8 points, 11 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 block

Melissa Davis: 1 steal

Elizabeth Harrison: 6 points, 4 rebounds, 2 steal

Delanzia Hayes: 12 points, 2 rebounds, 2 steals

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New York boys’ basketball

New York School for the Deaf Tornadoes played against Montfort for
second this season last night which they beat us by 10 points at
first meeting. The boys played hard to earn our seventh won straight
of this year, 60 to 59. The entire game was very completion and we
were able to stay close. Montfort’s big lead was 6 points in third
quarter. Senior Agron made a big play on final 9 seconds. He made a
layup 2 points from inbound to tied at 58 then stole a ball and
scored another 2 points to grab a lead since first quarter! Agron led
the Tornadoes with 25 points with Carlos added 14 points.

Agron: 24 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists, 7 stealsÿÿ (88 points to
reach 1,000 pts)
Carols: 14 points, 4 steals, 2 rebounds, 2 assistsÿÿ
Owen: 13 points, 12 rebounds, 1 block
ÿÿJoseph: 4 points, 3 rebound 1 steal
Justin: 10 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block

The overall record is 11-6

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New York girls’ basketball

New York did not play well and gave Montfort Academy an easy win
11-36.  The Lady Tornadoes gave everything we had, but they
overpowered us.  We need to focus and play better for the next game
coming this Thursday against EF International.

 

NYSD  =  1-0-4-6 = 11

Montfort Academy   =  12-8-14-2 = 36

 

Halftime:  Montfort Academy led 20-1.

 

Victoria P.:  2 points, 3 rebounds, and 2 steals

Samantha P.:  4 rebounds, 1 assists, and 1 block

Silmara C.:  1 points, 1 rebounds, and 3 steals

Rosalinda T.:  6 points and 1 rebound

Anjel P.:  2 points, 1 rebound, and 1 steal
Nicole P.:  1 reboundKiara H.:  4 rebounds

 

Record:  4-9

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Oklahoma basketball

Girls
Fox – 37
OSD – 32

Boys

Fox – 71
OSD – 42

OSD girls record 2 – 13
OSD boys record 2 – 13 

Next game tonight vs Springer

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Oregon girls’ basketball

newspaper story

Jewell defeated Oregon School for the Deaf, 48-23

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Rochester boys’ basketball

Varsity Boys Basketball update.

We went to Cayuga Community College to play against a college team
last Wednesday! No, I am kidding, we used their gym to play against
the homeotwn’s BVM. It was new experience for RSD since they never
played on a college court and it was bigger than any gyms we played
in this season. We played hard, but it was tough since BVM had 15
players and they loved to shoot 3 pointers. We didn’t win the game,
but we have a good time and great experience to play at CCC.

BVM-49
RSD- 27

Players STATS

Ahmed- 3 rebounds, 3 steals
Bode- 10 points, 3 rebounds, 4 steals, and two assists
Clarence- 3 rebounds
Dylan- 6 points, 7 rebounds, a steal
Joaquin- 3 rebounds
Thomas- 5 points, 3 rebounds, 4 steals
Tre- 6 points, 9 rebounds, 2 assists, and a block

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

Date: 02/01/16  vs St Joseph’s HS girls at Voss Gym /SCSDB 

Final score 
SCSDB  16
St Joseph’s 46

SCSDB 
T Avery  10 points
T Chavis 4  points 
J Good 2 points 

Score by quarters 

SCSDB                             9     1     0        6
St Joseph’s                     10    13    13    10

3 pointers 
SCSDB 0
St Joseph’s 1

SCSDB  20 rebounds 
Records. 
SCSDB   2-16

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Texas girls’ basketball

newspaper rankings

ranked #22 in area

Small Private Schools

1. Lubbock Christian, 22-7; 2. Houston Lutheran North, 26-6; 3. Marble
Falls Faith, 27-5; 4. FW Lake Country Christian, 27-6; 5. Beaumont Legacy
Christian, 17-7; 6. Tomball Rosehill Christian, 21-3; 7. McKinney
Christian, 21-3; 8. Cedar Hill Trinity Christian, 23-4; 9. Muenster Sacred
Heart, 13-6; 10. Austin Brentwood Christian, 17-12; 11. Temple Central
Texas Christian, 22-7; 12. Midland Classical, 15-8; 13. WF Notre Dame,
16-9; 14. Hallettsville Sacred Heart, 20-6; 15. Austin Waldorf, 19-5; 16.
Kennedale Fellowship, 19-8; 17. League City Bay Area Christian, 20-5; 18.
Dallas Lutheran, 16-5; 19. Sherman Texoma Christian, 12-11; 20. Shiner St.
Paul Catholic, 16-6; 21. Waco Vanguard, 16-8; 22. Denton Calvary, 15-11;
22. Austin Texas School for the Deaf, 19-9; 23. SA Christian Academy of
SA, 20-8; 24. Greenville Christian, 9-1; 25. Dallas Lakehill, 11-4; 25.
Garland Christian, 14-4.

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Washington boys basketball

WSD Basketball Scores – WSBC Tournament

WSD Boys Basketball Team Won the WSBC Basketball Tournament!

The 40th Annual WSBC (Western States Basketball Tournament) was held
at Arizona School for the Deaf, Tucson. The all Deaf school
Basketball Tournament was established in 1977 and rotates yearly
amongst the schools.

The last time the Terriers won the championship was 36 years ago;
1980 at California School for the Deaf, Riverside.

Returning from the teams flight home to WSD Sunday night they were
greeted by family, friends, students, staff and alumni lining the
street and parking lot with signs and banners congratulating the team
for winning the championship!

Scores from the Tournament

-WSD 50 vs. Canada 11

-WSD 48 vs Tucson 37

-WSD 46 vs. Oregon 29

-WSD 49 vs. Phoenix 36

-WSD 42 vs. Utah 41

-WSD 48 vs. Phoenix 26 – Championship Game

Record 11-4 (League 2-3)

 
 

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Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:

– basketball updates

http://deafdigestsports.com/

…………………………..

2015/2016 fall & winter won-lost records
as of 2/01/16

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

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American boys’ basketball

American rallied to take a 59-58 lead with two minutes left in the
game. Lexington led by 12 in third but Tigers rallied to win 61-58.

American  10-19-12-20= 61
Lexington 21-15-16-6= 58

Jonathan Clark: 26 points, 4 rebounds, 2 blocks
Andrew Ray Taylor: 18 points, 6 rebounds, 7 blocks

Record: 14-6

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Arkansas basketball

January 29th

 

Arkansas VG Beat Oklahoma VG – 49 to 47

 

Arkansas VB Beat Oklahoma VB – 52 to 38

 

January 30th

 

Arkansas VG beat Missouri VG – 41 to 36

Arkansas VB lost to Missouri VB – 31 to 40

 

Record as of yesterday

 

Arkansas Girls  12 Win and 3 lost

 

Arkansas Boys 6 Win and 10 Lost
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Delaware basketball

Girls 

DSD 25  Aquinas Academy  43
DSD 51  Lexington School for the Deaf  20

Season record  9-3
Boys

DSD vs. Aquinas

It was a tough outing for our Blue Hawks tonight as we played host to
Aquinas Academy and came away with a defeat by the score of 47 to 29.
Our boys had an uphill battle right from the start as we only had 5
dressed players for the game. Furthermore, we did not have 3 of our
starters for today’s contest.

However, this obstacle did not stop the Blue Hawks from playing their
hearts out and fighting tooth and nail throughout the entire game. We
the coaches are very, very proud of the boys’ never give-up
attitude!!

Freshman Dominic Hecker recorded his first double-double of the
season with 20 points and 13 rebounds. Dakeis Barlowe played an
awesome defensive game by notching 4 steals and 5 blocked shots. Both
Andy Macedo and Justin LaCourt were a big help on the boards and
Kaliek Hayes played aggressively on both ends of the court.

Our overall record now stands at 8-3 and our League record is 3-3.

DSD vs. Lexington School for the Deaf

The Blue Hawks played host to the Blue Jays of Lexington School for
the Deaf and came away with a 55-36 victory. The boys had to fight
and earn every point as they faced a tough and scrappy Lexington
team. Our team kept their composer and poise as they fought off the
Blue Jay’s pesky defense.

There were some strong performances from the Blue Hawk team such as
Tomiere Harris had a triple-double with 26 points, 28 rebounds, and
10 blocked shots. Dakeis Barlowe chipped in with 10 points, 6 steals,
and 4 blocked shots. Others players with a productive game were Tylee
Thomas ( 9 pts. , 9 boards, 3 assists, and 4 steals ), Dominic Hecker
( 8 pts. and 4 rebounds ) and Andy Macedo  with 6 boards.

Our record now stands at 9-3 with tough league games ahead versus
Tome and Tri-State Christian. Stay tuned.
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Florida boys’ basketball

On the second day of the tourney, we didnt have a game. Thats the way
the bracket worked out for us.

However, the day wasn’t without excitement. Yahir Rodriguez and Zak
Williams represented us at the free throw and 3-pt competitions. Lo
and behold, Yahir captured the FT crown by sinking 22 of 25 attempts
(and all 5 of his warm-up shots, too!!). A big congrats to Yahir!!

On day 3, at 8:45 am we faced South Carolina. After a sluggish 1st
quarter, we exploded for 37 points in the 2nd qtr. We won the game
68-28.

That win gave us the right to battle Kentucky for 5th place. We
dominated from start to finish with the final score being 60-28.

As usual, our scoring was evenly distributed amongst the players
throughout the week. The only teeny tiny downside of our unselfish
play is that it splits up the all-tournament votes for our players.
Nonetheless, congrats to Zak Williams for bringing home an
all-tournament trophy.

For those of you interested, Alabama won the championship by beating
Mississippi 46-44.

Our season is now complete with a 5-13 record. Onward to spring
sports!

Goooooooo Dragons!!
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Lexington wrestling 

2016 NYC Mayors’ Cup Wrestling Championships On Saturday, January 23
-24 at Columbia University was postponed due to Blizzard Jonas and
had be moved to Saturday January 30th 2016, Mayor’s Cup Wrestling
Championship at York Community College in Queens Jamaica New York.

126 – Noah Aljahmi first match lost by decision 12-18 and second
match lost fall @ 3:02

152 – Raymond Mukhailov first match won fall @ 3:57, second match
lost by decision 3-12, third match won fall @ 1:45, fourth match won
fall @ 2:11 and final match lost by decision 6-7  6th place

170 – Jean Carlos Diaz first match lost by technical fall 0-16 and
second match lost fall @ 3:47

This coming Wednesday February 3rd at Lexington home game Tri-Dual
Meet Match with Martin Luther and Queens High School Complex

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Mississippi boys’ basketball

Basketball action at the Boys Mason-Dixon Tournament in Morganton, NC
Friday – Semifinals

Mississippi 73, Georgia 46

Saturday – Championship

Alabama 46, Mississippi 44

Next Game: Bogue Chitto @ Mississippi 2/4.

Record to date: 9-5

 

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

Mason Dixon game results

 

FSDB     63

NCSD     5

 

KSD        44

NCSD    15

 

Team record is 2-8

 

Next game is here against Haywood Christian on Thursday, Feb 4
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Texas girls’ basketball 

Round Rock Christian Academy: Won, 41-23

Brentwood Christian: Lost: 27-38

Brentwood beat us by 23 on Jan. 5th so it was a good measure of how
much improved the team has become in only a few weeks.  4 games left
of the regular season before TAPPS 3A state playoffs begin.  Top 32
teams from TAPPS 3A qualify for the playoffs.

Current record is 19-9.

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DeafDigest Sports – January 31, 2016

Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:

— Adham Talaat is drafted

— basketball updates (tournament championships)

— Gallaudet updates

— Gallaudet’s Kingstedt again!

http://deafdigestsports.com/

…………………………..

2015/2016 fall & winter won-lost records
as of 1/31/16

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

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Dedication

DeafDigest Sports dedicates this edition to
Robert “Bob” Smith that departed us. An
outstanding basketball player of years, and
years ago, he led his Providence Deaf Club
to countless New England Athletic Association
of the Deaf championships during the fifties.
He was not well known nationally – for one
reason – he did not play in the national
deaf basketball tournament. At that time
New England champions did not earn automatic
entry into the nationals!

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39th Annual Mason Dixon Girls Basketball Tournament Hosted by the
Tennessee School for the Deaf
http://www.masondixon.org/gbb/home.htm

All schools for the Deaf

Game 11
#2 Kentucky vs #5 Alabama

KSD 8, 6, 2, 9 – 25
ASD 7, 9, 8, 5 – 29

KSD Bell 16; Pratt 6; Andrews 3
ASD Jordan 11; Dunklin 5; Latham 5; Spurling 3; Culpepper 2; Daniels
2; Demouney 1

3pts: KSD 1 (Andrews); ASD 0

Game 12
#7 Louisiana vs #4 Tennessee

LSD 5, 6, 4, 4 – 19
TSD 9, 11, 13, 9 – 42

LSD Keasley 10; Powell 4; Hayes 2; Landry 2; K. Scott 1
TSD Holmes 17; H. Robinson 16; Phillips 7; M. Robinson 2

3pts: LSD 0; TSD 3 (H. Robinson 2; Holmes 1)

Game 13
#7 Louisiana vs #2 Kentucky

LSD 8, 5, 11, 5 – 29
KSD 9, 5, 9, 2 – 25

LSD Keasley 12; Powell 8; Logan 4; K. Scott 3; Landry 2
KSD Bell 17; Andrews 5; Pratt 2; Davis 1

3pts: LSD 2 (Powell – 2); KSD 1 (Bell)

Game 14 (Consolation)
#4 Tennessee vs #5 Alabama

TSD 6, 4, 8, 6 – 24
ASD 6, 2, 7, 8 – 23

TSD Phillips 14; Holmes 8; H. Robinson 2
KSD Dunklin 13; Demouney 9; Latham 1

3pts: TSD 0; ASD 0

Game 15 (Championship)
#3 Georgia vs #1 Mississippi

GSD 6, 14, 14, 21 – 55
MSD 11, 14, 19, 17 – 61

GSD Johnson 50; Torres 3; Phillips 2
MSD Cathey 28; Coleman 15; Hubbard 11; Dortch 3; Bush 2; Orey 2

3pts: GSD 1 (Johnson); 0

TOURNAMENT AWARDS

Free Throw Champion: Kristen Latham ÿÿ ASD

Three Point Champion: Chynah Johnson ÿÿ GSD

All-Tournament Team

            AL: Techana Dunklin;

            ENC: Jasmine Jenkins;

            GA: Chynah Johnson; Jamilla Torres; Zariah Clay

            KY: Jade Bell

            LA: Krishawn Keasley; Alexia Powell

            MS: Kylisha Cathey; Shanieka Coleman;

            NC: Haley Futral;

            SC: Telicia Avery; Tehya Chavis;

            TN: Amber Holmes; Haliey Robinson

Tournament MVP: Kylisha Cathey – MSD

Sportsmanship Award: North Carolina

Champion: Mississippi

2nd Place: Georgia

3rd Place: Tennessee

4th Place: Alabama

5th Place: Louisiana

6th Place: Kentucky

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Western States Classic

from staff at Phoenix:

Western States Basketball Classic 2016ASDB, Tucson
Jan. 28-30

GIRLS
Phoenix 50, Oregon 5
Phoenix 49, Washington 18
Phoenix 35, Arizona 16
Phoenix 42, Arizona 25 (Championship)
Season Record: 12-8

BOYS
Phoenix 40, Utah 39
Phoenix 56, Oregon 43
Washington 49, Phoenix 36
Phoenix 51, Arizona 29
Washington 48, Phoenix 26 (Championship)
Season Record: 5-17

newspaper scores

boys:
Washington School For The Deaf 49, Phoenix School-Deaf, Ariz. 36
Washington School For The Deaf 47, Oregon School for Deaf, Ore. 29
Phoenix School-Deaf 43, B.C.S.D., British Columbia 6
Tucson School-Deaf and Blind 51, B.C.S.D., British Columbia 16
U.S.D.B., Utah 35, Tucson School-Deaf and Blind 28

girls:
Oregon School for Deaf, Ore. 26, Washington School For The Deaf 11
Phoenix School-Deaf, Ariz. 49, Washington School For The Deaf 18

(scores may be incomplete)

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Trey Gordon nets 1,000th career point as Gallaudet win streak halted by No. 18 Lancaster Bible
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2015-16/releases/recap_lbc

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

GU women’s basketball stumbles on road against top NEAC South Division foe
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2015-16/releases/recap_lbc

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Gallaudet men’s swimming

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mswimdive/2015-16/releases/recap_stevenson
GU men’s swimming picks up 88-77 win over Stevenson on Senior Day

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Gallaudet women’s swimming

Bison women’s swimming team lose on Senior Day to Stevenson
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wswimdive/2015-16/releases/recap_stevenson

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Gallaudet men’s track

Freshman Otto Kingstedt sets new indoor school record in the 5,000-meter run
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mtrack/2015-16/releases/recap_liberty

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Gallaudet women’s track

Bison women’s track and field participates at Darius Dixon Memorial Indoor Invitational
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wtrack/2015-16/releases/recap_liberty

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Gallaudet football

Adham Talaat is drafted

see this tweet:

With the 327th pick (Round 41) in the #MLFBDraft,
Larry Kirksey selects Adam Talaat, LB | Gallaudet University

Major League Football?

A tweet explanation is this -
Major League Football is the answer to your demands for a
spring professional football league that’s explosive,
innovative, and focused on #ChasingTheDream

Many past D1 football greats have been drafted to play
in this league.

Not exactly sure what the full league details are – just
have to wait and see how things develop.

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Alabama boys’ basketball

won the Mason-Dixon boys’ basketball tournament

comment from coach Walter Ripley

Yes, we scored only one point in 1st quarter.
We missed too many easy shots.

We fired up in late 4th quarter. We scored 23 points
in that quarter.

I gave credit to Mississippi Coach Nipper for preparing
his boys to play very well against us. They outplayed us
in first 3 quarters.

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Colorado boys’ basketball

tweet posting

Miami-Yoder 46, Colorado School for the Deaf & Blind 42

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

***TWO*** Saturday Games-

Mason-Dixon Tournament at North Carolina School for the Deaf

***Saturday morning game:

Consolation Bracket Semifinals

Kentucky School for the Deaf 37, Louisiana School for the Deaf 36

La. School f/t Deaf       16      7       5     8-   36
Ky. School f/t Deaf         9     11      6    11-  37

La. School f/t Deaf (4-14)- Hayes 3, Brown 4, Ross 8, Thomas 2,
Howard 9, Jackson 8, Davis 2.

Ky. School f/t Deaf (8-11)- Ryan Mayes 16, Jeffrey Couch 4, Irvin
Herrera 11, Bruce Gemmer 2, Jeremy Davis 4.

KSD’s Irvin Herrera drove through the middle to make a layup with 11
seconds left to help the Colonels defeat the War Eagles.

KSD- 16 of 24 from the free throw line

Ryan Mayes- 7 of 8 on FTs in the 4th quarter, 4 steals, 2 assists

Jeffrey Couch- 12 rebounds

Irvin Herrera- 3 assists

***Saturday afternoon game:

5th place game

Florida School for the Deaf 60, Kentucky School for the Deaf 28

Fla. School f/t Deaf    18    13    16    13 -  60
Ky. School f/t Deaf       6      5      7     10 -  28

Florida School f/t Deaf (5-13)- Wallace 2, Scott 8, Mack 11, Touahri
3, Ames 6, Williams 11, Galpine 9, Horvath 8, D’Angelo 2.

Ky. School f/t Deaf (8-12)- Mayes 11, Couch 11, Herrera 2, Demaree 4.

The Dragons forced the Colonels into committing 31 turnovers to take
5th place in the tournament.

Jeffrey Couch- 12 rebounds

Jeremy Davis- 6 rebounds

Bruce Gemmer- 3 assists

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Kentucky girls’ basketball

KSD VS ALABAMA
KSD 25. ASD 29

KSD VS LOUISIANA
KSD 25.  LSD. 29

KSD RECORD 9-11

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Missouri boys’ basketball

Missouri School for the Deaf  40
Arkansas School for the Deaf 31

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Model basketball

boys:
Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 43
Calverton School MD: 39

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 46
Don Bosco Cristo Rey HS: 44

girls:
Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 53
Don Bosco Cristo Rey HS: 12

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 34
Calverton School MD: 22

boys won/lost   5-11
girls won/lost  4-9

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Oklahoma basketball

Boys

MSD – 29
OSD – 38

Girls

MSD – 30
OSD – 47

OSD Boys record 2 – 12
OSD Girls record 2 – 12

Next game Monday vs Fox

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college deaf athletes

Merrimack’s Neild thriving on the court despite hearing loss

http://www.eagletribune.com/sports/merrimack-s-neild-thriving-on-the-court-despite-hearing-loss/article_2abafb0b-f5f4-5758-92c5-d30f664f7973.html

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 30, 2016

Barry Strassler, editor

……..

Hot DeafSports News at:

– basketball updates

– a bitter rugby rivalry

http://deafdigestsports.com/

…………………………..

2015/2016 fall & winter won-lost records
as of 1/30/16

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

……………………………..

Gallaudet men’s basketball

Gallaudet picks up seventh consecutive win on the road Friday night
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2015-16/releases/recap_psb

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

GU women’s basketball holds off Penn St.-Berks, 65-58
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2015-16/releases/recap_psb

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39th Annual Mason Dixon Girls Basketball Tournament (Day 2)

Hosted by the
Tennessee School for the Deaf
http://www.masondixon.org/gbb/home.htm

All schools for the Deaf

Game 6
#9 Eastern North Carolina vs #6 North Carolina

ENC 8, 8, 11, 8 – 35
NCSD 8, 9, 11, 10 – 38

ENC Jenkins 16; Gonzalez 13; Infante 6
NCSD Futral 19; Bonilla 10; Vue 7; Thompson 2

3pts: ENC 1 (Gonzalez); NCSD 0

Game 7
#8 South Carolina vs #4 Tennessee

SC 0, 6, 4, 6 – 16
TSD 17, 9, 6, 10 – 42

SC Avery 9; Chavis 7
TSD H. Robinson 16; Phillips 14; Holmes 8; Carico 2; Rednour 2

3pts: SC 0; TSD 3 (H. Robinson – 3)

Game 8
#2 Kentucky vs #6 North Carolina

KSD 16, 9, 16, 2 – 43
NCSD 3, 2, 2, 4 – 11

KSD Andrews 24; Bell 6; Pratt 5; Davis 4; Norris 2; Yance 2
NCSD Bonilla 5; Futral 4; Vue 2

3pts: KSD 0; NCSD 1 (Bonilla)

Game 9
#3 Georgia vs #7 Louisiana

GSD 10, 16, 9, 9 – 44
LSD 9, 2, 7, 8 – 26

GSD Torres 17; Johnson 12; Clay 10; Phillips 3; Hall 2
LSD Scott 10; Powell 8; Keasley 4; Scott 2; Hayel 1; Landry 1

3pts: GSD 2 (Torres 2); LSD 2 (Scott 2)

Game 10
#1 Mississippi vs #5 Alabama

MSD 15, 15, 4, 12 – 46
ASD 1, 13, 8, 16 – 38

MSD Cathey 20; Hubbard 10; Coleman 6; Dortch 4; Drey 4; Bush 2
ASD Dunklin 13; Latham 11; DeMovey 8; Jordan 4; Spurling 2

3pts: MSD 0; ASD 0

Games 11-15 (Championship) tomorrow beginning at 8:45 am

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Kansas girls’ basketball

We lost to Midland, 53 to 38. 

Record:
3 -14

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Kentucky girls’ basketball

Thursday, Jan. 28
KSD   33
LSD   42

This was a very close fought game until less than a minute. Kaley
Vickers was knocked down and sent to the hospital with a concussion.
She had contributed 4 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals, and 1 assist up
to that point.  We will greatly miss her playing the remainder of the
tournament.

Friday, Jan 29
KSD   43
NCSD  11

We play Alabama School for the Deaf first thing in the morning.

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Oklahoma basketball

January 28th
Girls 

OSD – 29
Bray Doyle – 47

Boys

OSD – 39
Bray Doyle – 43

January 29th

Girls

Arkansas – 49
OSD – 47

Boys

Arkansas – 52
OSD – 38
Next game

Arkansas vs Missouri (Girls and Boys)
Oklahoma vs Missouri (Boys and Girls)

OSD Girls record 1 – 12
OSD Boys record 1 – 12

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

Date: 1/29/16 vs Tennessee School for the Deaf (TSD) at Mason Dixon
Tournament in Tennessee School For the Deaf – Knoxville Tennessee
Final score 
SCSDB  16
TSD   42

SCSDB 
T Avery 9 points 
T Chavis 7 points 

TSD 
H Robinson 16 points 
M Phillips 14 points
A Holmes 8 points    
J Carico 2 points    
Spoints Rednour 2 points  

Score by quarters 

SCSDB                             0       6       4      2
TSD.                                17     9       6      10

3 pointers 
SCSDB 0
TSD 3

SCSDB  15 rebounds 
Records. 
SCSDB    2-15

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Wisconsin boys’ basketball
Mountain Top Christian Academy outmatched us in the first half as we
could not stop them. Our boys tried to play their best efforts in the
2nd half. Cougars connected 10  3-points range this game. MTCA
Cougars still managed to stay top in our conference standing without
loss. We will play against Rock County Christian next Thursday
evening.

Record: 5 – 9

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a bitter rugby rivalry

The Wales men.s national deaf rugby team is ready to face off
against their English rivals this Sunday in Lanchashire for
the Broadstreet Cup Challenge.

Wales won last year.s edition 20 – 8.

Wales is ready to give England a challenge. The team goes into this
game having won their last four international matches. The Welsh
side’s last international was against series South Africa in August,
which they won 2 – 0 on the road in Johannesburg.

editor’s note:
Deaf Rugby does not follow the Deaflympics hearing loss guidelines,
and as a result, the Deaflympics parent body has never accepted
Deaf Rugby as a legitimate deaf team sport.

The Deaflympics requires 55 dB or higher in the better ear to
be eligible. Deaf Rugby’s limit is around 30 dB!

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DeafDigest Sports – January 29, 2016

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

— basketball updates

— a big time basketball rally leads to a win!

— wrestling update

http://deafdigestsports.com/

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2015/2016 fall & winter won-lost records
as of 1/29/16

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

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Mason-Dixon girls tournament – all scores, first day

39th Annual Mason Dixon Girls Basketball TournamentHosted by the
Tennessee School for the Deaf
http://www.masondixon.org/gbb/home.htm

All schools for the Deaf

Game 1
#9 Eastern North Carolina vs #8 South Carolina

ENC 4, 6, 8, 8 – 26
SC 9, 10, 10, 12 – 41

ENC Jenkins 12; Gonzalez 6; Conyers 4; Faulkner 2; Infante 2
SC Avery 26; Chavis 10; Sanders 5

3pts: ENC 0; SC 0

Game 2
#4 Tennessee vs #5 Alabama

TSD 12, 4, 2, 5, 1 – 24
ASD 1, 2, 8, 12, 6 – 29

TSD Phillips 14; H. Robinson 7; Holmes 3
ASD Dunkin 13; Crittendon 4; Jordan 4; Latham 4; Daniels 2; Demouney
2

3pts: TSD 1 (H. Robinson); ASD 0

Game 3
#6 North Carolina vs # 3 Georgia

NCSD 4, 2, 2, 6 – 14
GSD 20, 8, 6, 8 – 42 

NCSD Bonilla 8; Futral 6
GSD Clay 18; Johnson 8; Torres 6; DePrince 4; Phillips 4; Hall 2

3pts: NCSD 0; GSD 1 (Johnson)

Game 4
#2 Kentucky vs #7 Louisiana

KSD 9, 6, 8, 10 – 33
LSD 8, 10, 9, 15 – 42

KSD Bell 11; PRatt 9; Davis 4; Vickers 4; Norris 3; Andrews 2
LSD Powell 20; Keasley 17; Landry 3; Hayes 2

3pts: KSD 0; LSD 1 (Keasley)

Game 5
#1 Mississippi vs #8 South Carolina

MSD 16, 8, 14, 6 – 44
SC 0, 1, 4, 3 – 8

MSD Coleman 10; Dortch 10; Cathey 8; Hubbard 6; Bush 4; Grant 4;
Barnes 2
SC Chavis 5; Avery 3

3pts: MSD 0; SC 0

GAMES 6-10 TOMORROW BEGINNING AT 8:45 AM!
http://www.masondixon.org/gbb/home.htm 

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Great Plains pairings

Girls
#1 Arkansas
vs
#8 Iowa

#4 Oklahoma
vs
#5 Kansas

#3 Missouir
vs
#6 New Mexico

#2 Illinois
vs
# Wisconsin

Boys
#1 Minnesota
vs
#8 Iowa

#4 Missouri
vs
#5 New Mexico

#3 Arkansas
vs
#6 Oklahoma

#2 Wisconsin
vs
#7 Kansas

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Western States Classic

newspaper scores

boys:
Phoenix School-Deaf 45, U.S.D.B., Utah 39
Phoenix School-Deaf 56, Oregon School for Deaf, Ore. 43
Tucson School-Deaf and Blind 45, Oregon School for Deaf, Ore. 35

girls:
Phoenix School-Deaf 50, Oregon School for Deaf, Ore. 5
Tucson School-Deaf and Blind 25, Oregon School for Deaf, Ore. 24
Washington School For The Deaf, Wash. 24, Tucson School-Deaf and Blind

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American girls’ basketball

         Record: 11-9

American  26
Lexington 30

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Atlanta Area basketball

12/4/2015 v.s. Alabama School for the Deaf: Girls lost 40-43  Boys lost 30-47

12/09/2016 v.s. Howard School: Girls won 52-45  Boys lost 43-61

1/08/2016 v.s. Academe of the Oaks: Girls won 52-16 Boys won 56-44

1/13/2016 v.s. Georgia School for the Deaf (exhibition) Girls won 16-0
Boys won 19-14

1/15/2016 v.s. Howard School: Girls won 44-22, Boys lost 29-54

1/27/2016 v.s. The Cottage School: Girls won 34-7 Boys won 48-45

Will have games tonight and Monday

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Florida boys’ basketball

Greetings from morganton, nc. Here’s a quick recap of our games on
day 1 of the tourney.

At 12:30, We played north carolina and came out on top, 63-5.

Then at 8:00, we faced #1 mississippi. It was a back n forth game
that probably made basketball purists cringe. We couldnt hold onto a
8 point halftime lead and ended up on the wrong side of a 74-68 game.
Our boys took the loss really hard.

We will have today to regroup as our next game is tomorrow, 1/30 at
8:45 am. If we win that one, we will play for 5th place later that
day at 3:30.

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Fremont boys’ basketball

Tuesday – CSD 52 – Making Waves 22
Wednesday – CSD 44 Making Waves 33
Thursday – CSD 37 Oakland Military 31

Season Record 12 – 8

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Fremont girls’ basketball

Fremont 37 Oakland Military Institute 33

Record: 12 – 4   League: 7 – 0

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Indiana boys’ basketball

newspaper scores

Indiana Deaf 61, Indiana Math and Science 46

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Kansas boys’ basketball

lost to midland 31 to 61

record is 1 – 13

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Mason-Dixon Tournament at North Carolina School f/t Deaf, Morganton,
NC

Georgia School for the Deaf 57, Kentucky School for the Deaf 43

First Round

Ky. School f/t Deaf      15    12      2    14 -  43
Ga. School f/t Deaf     10     17    12   18  -  57

Ky. School f/t Deaf (6-11)- Ryan Mayes 11, Jeffrey Couch 2,  Irvin
Herrera 7, Bruce Gemmer 8, Jeremy Davis 15.

Ga. School for the Deaf (8-9)- Forbes 15, Brown 23, Walton 6, Davis
4, Windhorn 6, Miles 3.

Georgia School for the Deaf used a big 3rd quarter to take complete
control of the game.

Bruce Gemmer led KSD with 5 rebounds and 3 assists.

Ryan Mayes added 5 rebounds and 2 assists.

Next up for KSD: vs. the host school North Carolina School for the
Deaf in the consolation bracket, 10:30 a.m. Friday

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Lexington girls’ basketball

American School for the Deaf at Lexington

ASD – 7 – 8 – 2 – 9 = 26

LEX – 5 -10 – 9 – 6 = 30

Halftime: tied 15 – 15

N. Khalifa – 12 points, 12 rebounds, 5 steals, 5 blocks

C. Slade –     7 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals

H. De La Rosa – 9 points, 2 assists, 5 steals

G. Zheng – 7 rebounds, 1 assist

S. Almonte – 2 points, 1 assist, 1 steal, 1 block

Varsity record: 9-5

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Lexington Boys Basketball
Game #15
January 27th 2016

Lexington School for the Deaf @ New Jersey School for the Deaf

Lexington   11 12 17 20 = 60
NJSD          9   5  8   6   = 28

Lexington led 23-13 in halftime
Harris     19 PTs
Salmon   18 PTs
Mulhailov 13 PTs

Game #16

American School for the Deaf @ Lexington School for the Deaf

ASD    10 19 12 20 =  61
Lex.    21 15 16   6  =  58

Lex led 36-29 in halftime

Valico  21 PTs 1 reb 1 assist
Salmon 13 PTs 10 rebs 3 steals
Harris. 11 PTs 7 assists 5 steals

Boys Basketball Record: 7-9

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Mississippi boys’ basketball

Basketball action from last night at Morganton, NC – Mason Dixon
Tournament

Thursday, January 28th – Quarterfinals

Mississippi 74, Florida 68

K. Meeks scored 27 points followed by J. Washington with 25 and
pulled down 19 rebounds to carry Mighty Bulldogs to a 
74 to 68 victory over Florida. We outscored Dragons 44 to 30 in
second half. We play Georgia in semifinals tonight.

Box Score

Florida 17 21 10 20 = 68

Mississippi 11 19 25 19 = 74

Next Game: Georgia @ Mason-Dixon Tournament  1/29.

Record to date: 8-4

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New Jersey basketball

January 7th
Girls
@ NYSD 16
NJSD  23
A very balanced team effort beat the Tornados for the second time
this year. Rebecca Adeyinka had 9 points, 13 rebounds, 4 assists and
3 steals. Emily Cruz had 8 points.

Boys
@ NYSD  79
NJSD  40
Wow what a good NY team! The Tornados beat the Colts in every
category.

 

January 12th
Girls
@ Community Academy of Philadelphia  22
NJSD  24
Wow this is the first the Lady Colts have beaten CAP in 7 years!! 
Rebecca Adeyinka had a wonderful game with a double double, 13
points, 13 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 block, and 1 steal. Emily Cruz
added 6 points and 3 assists. DeÿÿAvian Watson had a career high of
20 rebounds, adding 5 points, 2 assists, 6 blocks, and 2 steals. This
freshman has a great future ahead of her.

Boys
@ Community Academy of Philadelphia  46
NJSD  18
The boys struggled against a very powerful CAP team. Chris Brown had
7 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 blocks and 4 steals to lead the
team. Chris is a freshman and a Philly native!

 

January 14th
Girls
@Warren Tech  40
NJSD  7
Can you say overmatched!! We came up against a much bigger, stronger
and skilled team. A  highlights was Rebecca Adeyinka pulling down 7
rebounds among giants.

 

Boys
@ Warren Tech 51
NJSD  29
Corey Jenkins had 14 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists and 5 steals in a
losing cause.

 

January 20th
Girls
@ NJSD  16
DSD  28
Emily Cruz lead the team with 7 points. Rebecca Adeyinka lead the
team in rebounds with 12. DeÿÿAvian Watson had 6 points, 10 rebounds,
10 blocks and 2 steals ÿÿ a great overall game by the freshman.

Boys

@NJSD 34
DSD  50
Chris Brown, freshman, scored a career best 10 points. Corey Jenkins
added 8.

 

January 21st
Girls
@ ASD  30
NJSD 21
A very physical, rough game were the ASD Tigers came out ahead.
Rebecca Adeyinka had 5 points, 13 rebounds, 2 assists and 1 steal.
Emily Cruz had 4 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist. DeÿÿAvian Watson had 7
points, 11 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 blocks and 2 steals.

Boys
@ ASD 54
NJSD 39
Amon Baldwin lead the team with 10 points. Corey Jenkins and Ricky
Maldonado each added 8 points. Chris Brown lead the team with 5
steals.

 

January 27th
@NJSD  28
Lexington  58
Corey Jenkins head the team with 10 points, Ricky Maldonado added 6
points, 2 assists, 2 blocks and 5 steals.

The girls game vs Lexington was cancelled due to Lexington girls in
state testing.

Games on January 26th vs Community Academy of Philadelphia were
cancelled due to the snow storm and all Philly schools were closed.

 

Season Records:

NJSD  Boys        1-10
NJSD Girls         3-7

 

Remaining schedule: February 2nd girls vs STEM Charter, February 4th
girls and boys vs PSD, February 9th boys vs Warren Tech, ESDAA
Division Tournament at NYSSD in Rome, NY Thursday February 11th ÿÿ
Sunday February 14th

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New York State/Rome boys’ basketball

NYSSD 51 River Valley 50

NYSSD – Dil 3, Allen 12, Pilbeam 24, Born 12

Totals:  13 18 51

River Valley – Hartzler 33,Reggie 14, Zehr 3

Totals: 16 11 50 

Three-point baskets:  Reggie 1, Zehr 1

Halftime: NYSSD 18, River Valley 21

NYSSD’s record is 2-9.

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Ohio girls’ basketball

It was a night to remember for a long time! What a game by OSD girls at Columbus
Torah Academy tonight! CTA started the game strong and outscored OSD, 20-11
in first half and led as many as 12 points. We were struggling with our shooting,
but in beginning of second half, we outscored them 8-0 to make it 20-19 before
things got so interesting. We were in a see-saw battle throughout the game.
With about two minutes remaining in 4th quarter, CTA was up 42-37, and OSD
called a time-out to discuss some changes in defense, and it paid off in a
big way as we outscored them 9-0 rest of the way to grab a tough road win,
46-42. With the win, the Lady Spartans upped their record to 11-4.

The girls and boys team travel to Cristo Rey at Bosco Center in Columbus on
Tuesday 2/2/16 at 5:30 and 7:00 pm. It will be the last local away game
of the year so we hope to see many of our supporters at the games.

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Riverside boys’ basketball

CSD-Riverside vs. Boys Republic

CSDR                 10 22 11 15= 58
Boys Republic        12 10  8  12=42

Halftime -  CSDR lead 32-22

Record: 11-8 

Next Game: vs. @ Sherman TONIGHT

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

Date: 1/28/16 vs ENCSD at Mason Dixon Tournament in Tennessee School
For the Deaf – Knoxville Tennessee
Final score 
SCSDB  41
ENCSD 26

SCSDB 
T Avery   26 points
T Chavis.   8 points 
T Sanders  5 points
J Good. 2 points 

ENCSD
J Jenkins 12 points
Y Gonzalez  6 points
B Conyers. 4 points  
S Faukner 2 points  
L Harell. 2 points  

Score by quarters 

SCSDB                             9     10.    10.   12        
ENCSD.                            4.     6.      8     8

3 pointers 
SCSDB 0
ENCSD 0

SCSDB  28 rebounds 
Records. 
SCSDB    2-13
ENCSD.  0-12

Notes:  T Chavis had 17 rebounds!    Taylor Sanders had 6 rebounds. 

SCSDB  8
MSD  44

SCSDB 
T Chavis 5 points 
T Avery   3 points 

MSD
J Dortch 10 points
S Coleman  10 points
K Carhey 8 points   
S Hubbard 6 points   
T Grant 4 points 
N Bush 4 points 
K Barnes 2 points 

Score by quarters 

SCSDB                             0.     1.       4.      3
ENCSD.                            16     8.      14.    6

3 pointers 
SCSDB 0
MSD. 0

SCSDB  10 rebounds 
Records. 
SCSDB    2-14

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Texas boys’ basketball

currently 3rd in our district (out of 8 teams).  We need to finish
the season strong to secure the spot for the state playoffs.

TSD 39 San Juan Diego 36
TSD 39 CTCS 38
TSD 48 RRCA 28
TSD 39 Brentwood 32

Overall Record – 18 W 8 L
District Record – 7 W 3 L

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Texas wrestling

Texas School for the Deaf 60  Austin Reagan HS 9

220: Stone Leiken (TSFT) over Brandon Tamayo (ARH) (Fall)
 285: Joe Robledo (ARH) over Darius Kellam (TSFT) (Dec 12-8)
106: Joshua Gilliam (TSFT) over (ARH) (For.)
 113: Tommy Nouthauykaun (TSFT) over (ARH) (For.)
120: Tristan Anderson (TSFT) over (ARH) (For.)
126: Michail Sullivan (TSFT) over (ARH) (For.)
132: Preston Garrett (TSFT) over (ARH) (For.)
138: David Gomez (TSFT) over Terrance Carter (ARH) (Fall)
145: Jacob Vasquez (TSFT) over Judah Mendez (ARH) (Fall)
152: Carlos Chavarria (TSFT) over Eberado Jaimes (ARH) (Fall)
160: Double Forfeit
170: Eberado Jaimes (ARH) over Julio Castillo (TSFT) (Fall)
182: Double Forfeit 195: David Salau (TSFT) over Miguel Salazar (ARH)
(Fall)

   Texas School for the Deaf 54   Round Rock McNeil  30
106: Isaiah Johnson (RRMN) over Joshua Gilliam (TSFT) (Fall)
113: Tyler Barker (RRMN) over Tommy Nouthauykaun (TSFT) (Fall)
120: Gerardo Ayala (RRMN) over Tristan Anderson (TSFT) (Fall)
126: Christopher Hernandez (RRMN) over Michail Sullivan (TSFT)
(Fall)      132: Preston Garrett (TSFT) over (RRMN) (For.)
138: David Gomez (TSFT) over Jonathan Alvarez (RRMN) (Fall)
145: Jacob Vasquez (TSFT) over Matthew Duncan (RRMN) (Fall)
152: Michael Singleton (TSFT) over Gerard Villaverde (RRMN) (Fall)
160: Carlos Chavarria (TSFT) over Justin Bozell (RRMN) (Fall)
170: Julio Castillo (TSFT) over (RRMN) (For.)
182: Jaran Rudd (RRMN) over Andrew Ramirez (TSFT) (Inj. [time])
195: David Salau (TSFT) over (RRMN) (For.)
 220: Stone Leiken (TSFT) over Tyrique Fields (RRMN) (Fall)
 285: Darius Kellam (TSFT) over Zackery Klotz (RRMN) (Fall)

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 19 to First Baptist 42

Points
Kai Miller – 12
Alyssa Hulme – 3
Cassie Friday – 2
Destiny Tanner – 2

Overall
8 won and 10 lost

League
3 won and 4 lost

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

@ First Baptist

WPSD 39 – FB 69

S. Reeves – 12 points
K. D’Amore – 12 points
D. Dixon – 10 rebounds

Record 4 – 15, League 1 – 5

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Wisconsin basketball

Varsity Girls

Mountain Top: 67
WSD: 29

Varsity Boys

Mountain Top: 71
WSD: 33

 

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