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03

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DeafDigest Sports – March 1-3, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

– famous goalie honored

– Fremont basketball season continues

– a top deaf paddler

– Gallaudet updates

http://deafdigestsports.com/

Facebook:
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Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

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Gallaudet baseball

Season Preview – Young Bison team aims to return to conference tournament
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/bsb/2014-15/releases/seasonpreview

Holsworth, Strong sweep NEAC Baseball Student-Athlete of the Week awards
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/bsb/2014-15/releases/neacsaow-mar02

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Fremont basketball

CSD Eagles Girls Basketball

Lost to Contra Costa Christian in the 1st round of the NCS Division VI
Playoffs last Wednesday, Feb. 25, 47-53. Their season is complete.
Record is 9-14, 5-6, finishing the season strong. CSD will return all
players except for one Senior starter next year.

CSD Eagles Boys Basketball

Defeated #12 Round Valley in the 1st round of the NCS Division VI
Playoffs last Wednesday, Feb. 25, 75-61. CSD then traveled to #4 Rio
Lindo Adventist and came out on top, 58-54 last Saturday, Feb 28.
CSD now travels 6 hours north to #1 St. Bernard in Eureka on
Wednesday, March 4.  CSD has travelled to them numerous times
in the past for various sports and have never came on top.
We hope to topple them this time!! Current record is 19-10, 8-2.

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New York basketball

Here is Boys results:

NYSD 47 vs Stamford 63

NYSD 53 vs Harvey 60 (WIAA quarterfinal)

NYSD 56 vs French American 41

2014-2015 Season Record: 10-11

Here is Girls results

ESDAA Tourney

NYSD 9  Delaware 43

NYSD 11 Western Penn. SD

NYSD 9  Learning Center SD 18

NYSD withdraw from WIAA playoff due to injuries

2014- 2015 Season Record: 1-17

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a legendary hurling goalie

In Ireland, hurling is a national sport. It is like
a combination of field hockey and lacrosse.

There was a story in a newspaper remembering legendary
deaf goalie Tony Reddin, who just passed away at the
age of 95.

In 1984, he was named as the hurling goalkeeper of the
century

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A top deaf paddler

http://www.supthemag.com/community/deaf-paddler-johan-verstraete/

 

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28

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DeafDigest Sports – February 28, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

– basketball updates

– baseball pitcher at University of Arizona

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

Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of February 28, 2015
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Indiana boys’ basketbal

Indiana Deaf (16-7)            49
International High (10-13)     41

D. Paulone – 16 points

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Learning Center boys’ basketball

TLC finished their basketball season with high note at the end of the
season.

TLC 53 Horace Mann School for the Deaf 7

Last night TLC boys traveled to Allston, MA to play against HMS team.
TLC  got off with a good start by our inside paint and led by
Sophmore Bryce Callahan. Also our defense put some pressure on HMS’s
offense. TLC boys finished with 4 wins and 2 losses on last 6 games
which put us more confidence for the next season. We had to say good
bye to our two seniors, Konner Looney and Stephen Corbett. Both
contributed our team in much way of good standing as student,
committment and humored to our team this year. We will miss them.

Stats from last night game,

Konner, senior with 4 points,  4 rebounds, 1 steal
Stephen, senior with 5 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist
Bryce, sophomore with 20 points, 11 rebounds
James Knoll, junior with 2 points, 7 rebounds, 1 assist
Dylan Christoffells 9th, with 6 points, 1 rebound, 4 assists, 5
steals, 1 block
Wesley Silva, 9th with 4 points, 3 rebounds and 1 assist
Elvis Calcano, junior with 4 points, 4 rebounds, and 1 assist
Ro Centeio, with 3 points, 9 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 assist
Kacey Monahan, 8th with 5 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist, 1 steal, 1
block

Coaches Bruce Saperstein and I appreciated our boys for their effort,
patience and hard work in all season. We are looking forward to see
our players blossom their future in basketball at TLC.

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

vs Christian Center Church

CCC 10 15 16 20 61

WP  16 19 16   8 59

T. Frye 17 points, 10 assists

M. Weber 17 points

D. Dixon 14 points

Record 12 – 15

(Season Completed)

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Middle School basketball Tournament

Maryland School for the Deaf – Columbia Campus hosted the 12th Annual
Tri-State Middle School Basketball Tournament….

I tip my hat off to Russell Koenig and his committee for staging an
AWESOME Tournament!

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25th

GIRLS -
Lake Drive beat WPSD, 11-7
Kendall beat Lake Drive, 16-13

WPSD beat Kendall, 22-20

We all ended up with a 1-1 record so we go to the tie-breaker…
points allowed… for the purpose of bracketed tourney tomorrow
seeding as follow:

1st – Lake Drive
2nd – WPSD
3rd Kendall

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26th

Kendall beat WPSD, 18-15
Kendall beat Lake Drive, 15-10 for the title

1st – Kendall
2nd – Lake Drive
3rd – WPSD

BOYS

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25th
Kendall beat Lake Drive
MSD-CC beat Lake Drive
Kendall beat MSD-CC

for the purpose of bracketed tourney tomorrow seeding as follow:

1st – Kendall
2nd – MSD-CC
3rd – Lake Drive

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26th
MSD-CC beat Lake Drive
MSD-CC beat Kendall for the title
1st – MSD-CC
2nd – Kendall
3rd – Lake Drive

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New Jersey basketball

New Jersey Colts Basketball Season Results

February 11th
Boys
@NJSD  13
Community Academy of Philadelphia  49
The Colts had a very hard time scoring against a very aggressive CAP
team. Points were very hard to come by. Freshman Corey Jenkins lead
with 5 points, 2 rebounds and 1 steal.

ESDAA Division 1 Tournament @ PSD
February 13th
Lexington  56
NJSD  13
Under a  constant full game pressure from Lexington the young Colts
only scored 13 points. Corey Jenkins had 4 points and the 5ÿÿ3ÿÿ
guard pulled down 9 rebounds against a much larger team! Corey also
had 4 assists and 5 steals. Eight grader Chris Brown got his first
experience in the tournament and flourished. He put in his first
career points pulled down 3 rebounds had 4 blocks and 3 steals. His
future looks bright. First year player and a senior this year Juan
Ventura-Colaj pulled down 13 rebounds, added 3 points and 4 steals.

February 14th
WPSD  66
NJSD  35
First year player Jose Maisonet had a career high 15 points and added
4 rebounds and a steal. This sophomore had his best game of the
season. Corey Jenkins added 9 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists and 7
steals. Chris Brown added 6 points, 3 rebounds, 2 blocks and 3
steals.  Corey Jenkins was voted to the All- Tournament Team and the
Colts won the Sportsmanship Award.

2014 ÿÿ 2015 Season record: 0- 16

 

Girls
February 11th
@ Community Academy of Philadelphia  28
NJSD   24
This is the first time in over 5 years that the Lady Colts gave CAP a
run for their money.  CAP came out strong with an 8 ÿÿ 2 first
quarter but then then NJ held then to 0 points in the second quarter,
going into half time in an 8 ÿÿ 8 tie. The Lady Colts were ahead at
the end of three by 1 point. But with only 5 players the Lady Colts
lost energy and ended up losing by 4 points. A very good showing for
the five girls. Aaliyah Dawkins lead the team with 10 points, 9
rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals. Elvira Kabanova added 6 points, 7
rebounds, 2 assist, 1 block.

 

ESDAA Division 1 Tournament @ TLC
February 20th
NJSD  18
Lexington  31
The Lady Colts leading scorer and rebounds, Aaliyah Dawkins, sprained
her ankle the day before the tournament and did not accompany the
team to TLC. She was missed. Freshman Emily Cruz tried to help out
and had a career high 10 points, leading the Lady Colts.  Senior
Elvira Kabanova lead the team with 9 rebounds and 5 steals. Junior
Rebecca Adeyinka added 7 rebounds and 3 steals.

 

February 21st
The Learning Center  7
NJSD  40
Wowÿÿÿÿwhat a performance by the Lady Colts. Eighth Grader, DeÿÿAvian
Watson, lead the team with a career high 17 points! Rebecca Adeyinka
added 7 points, a career high 17 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block and a
career high 14 steals. Emily Cruz added 7 points and Elvira Kabanova
added 5 points, 9 rebounds, 8 assists. Eight grader, Emily Caseiro,
got her first 2 points of the seaon!!

 

February 22nd
WPSD 24
NJSD  16
Rebecca Adeyinka lead the team in points with 8, added 7 rebounds and
2 steals. Elvira Kabanova lead the team with 8 rebounds, added 2
points, 1 assist, and 2 steals. Emily Cruz, rounding out the best
three games of her young career, added 5 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist,
1 block and 2 steals.

The girls placed 6th out of 8 teams and Rebecca Adeyinka was voted to
the All-tournament team.

2014 ÿÿ 2015 Season record:  4 ÿÿ 11

 

NJSD Alumni Basketball Games will be held on Wednesday March 4th.
Girls will begin at 6:30 pm and boys at 7:30 pm. Refreshments will be
sold by the Class of 2015. 

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baseball pitcher at University of Arizona

http://tucson.com/sports/baseball/college/wildcats/arizona-baseball-pitcher-medel-oozes-competitiveness/article_06d4f424-fab1-5c57-a25f-f1a840db411b.html

 

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27

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DeafDigest Sports – February 26-27, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

– basketball updates

– first basketball win in 4 months

– Gallaudet updates

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

Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of February 27, 2015
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet baseball

Marymount spoils Gallaudet’s season opener as Saints march off with 6-5 win
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/bsb/2014-15/releases/recap_mmu

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Two Bison earn All-NEAC honors, Stern named NEAC Coach of the Year
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2014-15/releases/allneac

Coach: Gallaudet athletes have a special responsibility
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2014-15/pdf/stern-wjw-022515.pdf

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Gallaudet men’s swimming

Five Bison earn All-Conference honors on Men’s Swimming and Diving teams
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mswimdive/2014-15/releases/allneac

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

GU’s Zamica Gage named to All-NEAC second team
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2014-15/releases/allneac

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Florida tennis

In our season opener, we traveled to the clay courts of Deercreek CC
(Jax) to take on Christ’s Church Academy.  While we weren’t able to
muster up a victory, there were many positives to take away from our
matches yesterday- our aggressiveness, especially.  There were many
first-timers out there yesterday and they tried bold shots which
tells us that once their skills are refined, we’ll be a force to
reckon with :) .

GIRLS lost 0-7 (0-1 season record)
SINGLES
1. Shua Clay lost 2-8
2. Asheli Kleckley lost 0-8
3. Alyssa Hanbury lost 0-8
4. Megan Lockner lost 2-8
5. Francis Rodriguez lost 0-8
DOUBLES
1. Shua / Alyssa lost 1-8
2. Asheli / Megan lost 1-8
3. Joline / Barbara lost 4-8

BOYS lost 0-7 (0-1 season record)
1. Oscar Snead lost 1-8
2. Samy Vital lost 0-8
3. Alan Horvath lost 4-8
4. Zack D’Angelo lost 4-8
5. Brandon Byrd lost 0-8

1. Oscar / Samy lost 3-8
2. Alan / Zack lost 1-8

We will be visiting SAHS Monday 3/2

editor’s note:
tennis coach is Eric Lefors, also the school football
coach. Football and tennis during the spring months?

He said:
tennis ends 3/27. football preparations begin 4/20. spring practice starts 4/29

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Learning Center girls’ basketball

2/26/15 – Last game of the season:

The Lady Ghosts travelled to Boston to play against Horace Mann
School for the Deaf for a rescheduled game.   In the first half, our
team were not mentally in the game as we only scored 4 points.  Our
defense had frustrated Horace Mann and prevented the team from
scoring more baskets.  At halftime, we were down by 1 point, 5-4.

In the second half, we played better and got back into the game.  It
was a close game all the way down to the wire when Isabella Bucci
made a basket to lead by one. Our defense clamped HMS offense for the
last minute of the game to seal with the win, 18-17.   

Stats:

Kaylo LoBrutto (so): 1 rebound, 1 assist, 3 steals
Emily Zeringue (fr): 2 offensive rebounds, 1 assist
Heather Hall (so): 2 points, 2 rebounds, 3 blocks, 1 steal
Taylor Adam (sr): 2 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals  
Sabrina Rodrgues (7th): 4 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal
Isabella Bucci (7th): 10 points, 2 rebounds, 2 steals
Kelty Kober (6th): 5 rebounds, 1 assist, 3 steals

End of season record: 6 wins, 16 losses

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Michigan boys’ basketball

Michigan Deaf 41
West Flint Academy 32

Record (7-13)

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Minnesota girls’ basketball

Our girls lost last night to Leroy in state playoffs

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SWCID women’s basketball

part of newspaper story today:

women’s team beat Southwest Adventist. Their first win in four months

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top deaf curler

http://www.edmontonjournal.com/Competitive+curler+excels+despite+hearing+impairment/10842826/story.html

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volleyball announcement

http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Volleyball/Features/2015/February/26/USA-Deaf-Tea
m-Looking-for-Players

 

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25

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DeafDigest Sports – February 25, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

– basketball updates

– Gallaudet basketball season ends for both teams

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

Twitter:
@deafdigest.com

won/lost records – as of February 25, 2015
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Gallaudet’s memorable season comes to an end in NEAC tournament
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_neacquarters

Gallaudet’s Trey Gordon named to the 2014-15 CoSIDA Academic All-America Men’s Basketball Third Team
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2014-15/releases/cosidaaaa-gordon

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Gallaudet season concludes on the road in NEAC tournament
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_neacquarters

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Fremont basketball

CSD Girls Basketball (9-12)

Lost to Fremont Christian who is undefeated in league play
in the league championship last Saturday in overtime, 42-38.

CSD plays next against #7 Contra Costa Christian in the
North Coast Section Division VI Playoffs on Wednesday,
Feb 25 at 7 pm at Berean Christian H.S.

CSD Boys Basketball (17-10)

Lost to St. Elizabeth who is also undefeated in league
play in the league championship last Saturday, 60-53.

CSD plays next against #12 Round Valley in the North Coast
Section Division VI Playoffs on Wednesday, Feb 25 at 7 pm at CSD.

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Tindley (13-10)        64
Indiana Deaf (15-7)    49

P. Kelly – 22 points

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Learning Center girls’ basketball

Reporting on the last few games starting with today -

2/24/15 – TLC @ Brimmer & May

The Lady Ghosts got off to an aggressive start and played really well
against Brimmer & May.  As game went by, Brimmer & May started to get
the offensive rhythm going by finding baskets to score.  We made key
steals and forced turnovers, however, we were not able to complete
our opportunties.   The score was 26-11 Brimmer & May.

Stats:
Kayla LoBrutto (so) – 5 points, 3 rebounds, & 4 steals
Emily Zeringue (fr) – 1 offensive rebound
Norma Aldana (fr) – 2 offensive rebounds
Heather Hall (so) – 2 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 steals & 4 blocks
Taylor Adam (sr) – 4 rebounds, 1 block, 3 steals, 1 assist
Sabrina Rodrgues (7th) – 3 rebounds, 6 steals
Kelty Kober (6th) – 6 points, 5 rebounds, 3 steals

Next & last game: Thursday, February 26 @ Horace Mann School for the
Deaf

Record: 5-16

ESDAA Division 1 Girls Basketball Tournament results -

1)  Friday, February 20 – Rochester 50 TLC 21

Stats:
Isabella Bucci (7th) – 12 points, 1 assist, 5 steals, 2 rebounds
Kelty Kober (6th) – 1 assist, 6 rebounds
Kayla LoBrutto (so) – 1 assist
Leah Kaftan (7th) – 1 rebound
Taylor Adam (sr) – 5 points, 2 assists, 2 steals, 1 rebound 4
rebounds
Sabrina Rodrgues (7th) – 4 points, 1 assist, 1 steal, 2 rebounds

2)  Saturday, February 21 – NJSD 40 TLC 7

Stats:
Isabella Bucci (7th) – 2 points, 1 assist, 5 steals, 3 rebounds
Kelty Kober (6th) – 1 rebound
Kayla LoBrutto (so) – 1 steal, 3 rebounds
Emily Zeringue (fr) – 1 steal, 3 rebounds
Heather Hall (so) – 5 rebounds
Taylor Adam (sr) – 4 rebounds
Sabrina Rodrgues (7th) – 5 points, 1 steal, 2 rebounds

3)  Sunday, February 22 – TLC 18 NYSD-Fanwood 9

Stats:
Isabella Bucci (7th) – 3 points, 2 steals, 2 rebounds
Kelty Kober (6th) – 2 points, 1 assist, 2 steals
Kayla LoBrutto (so) – 2 assists, 2 steals, 3 rebounds
Emily Zeringue (fr) – 1 steal, 3 rebounds
Heather Hall (so) – 4 points, 3 steals, 7 rebounds, 1 block
Taylor Adam (sr) – 5 points, 4 steals, 4 rebounds
Sabrina Rodrgues (7th) – 4 points, 3 steals, 3 rebounds

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Learning Center boys’ basketball

TLC Galloping Ghosts went to Chestnut Hill to take on Brimmer & May
School, We lost 41-51, We didnt prepare very well, made several silly
turnovers and we let too many 2nd chance shots but we did tried our
best to keep in the game but time is running out. We will have one
more last game at Horace Mann School for the Deaf this thursday

Freshman Dylan Christoffels 17 points, 11 rebounds, 4 steals, 1
assist
Senior Iromilson Centeio 11 points 9 rebounds
Junior James Knoll 6 points 1 rebound 1 assist

Record 7-12

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Michigan girls’ basketball

      We were very triumph against New Life tonight   , the
      girls were on fire..
      57-16     our record is 9-7 now
       
      MSD      18      19     10    8       57
      NL          3         4        7     2       16

       

       

      Kassie Ross 1 pt  1 reb  5 assts  3 steals

      Rebecca Davis  23 pts 4 rebs   5 assts   16 steals

      Hannah  21 pts  6 rebs  2 assts   1 steal

      Rachel Chicky 10 pts  5 rebs  3 assts  2 blocks

      Princess Rogers  2 pts   4 rebs   1 steal

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Michigan boys’ basketball

Michigan Deaf 61
Faith High  50

Record (6-13)

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Rhode Island boys’ basketball

RISD 61  Barrington Christian 50

After losing to Barrington Christian Academy in December we hosted
them and beat them by the score of 61-50. Jairee Hill continued his
hot shooting hand with 23 points and 5 rebounds. Ariel Gonzalez
stepped up in the second half with his shooting with 16 points and 3
rebounds. Tyler Travers contributed with 13 points with 3 three
pointers. 

Record is now 11-12

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St Mary’s girls basketball

The Lady Bisons capped off their basketball season yesterday with a
disappointing loss to West Seneca Christian.  The Bisons started off
slowly digging themselves into an early 12 point deficit.  We were
able to pull ourselves back to within 2 points prior to halftime with
the help of some clutch shooting from Jasmine Hollingsworth and some
excellent defense from Tracy White. Unfortunately, the Falcons once
again began to pull away and the Lady Bisons couldn’t match our
opponents point total 40-18.  Despite a 1-16 season, the coaches did
see some bright spots and some improvement that is encouraging for
the future.  We would like to wish Vaughntasia Hawkins congrats on
participating in her last basketball game in a Bisons uniform.  She
has been a wonderful player to coach over the past 4 years and she
will be missed.

Overall Record: 1-16

IAC League Record: 0-4

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Texas boys’ basketball

What a hectic week by playing three games in four days.   We battled
hard and gave everything we had.

TSD 52 CTCS 39
TSD 51 Brentwood 58 (OT)
TSD 33 Legacy Christian Academy 66 (Bi District Playoffs)

Final record – 16 W 12 L

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West Virginia boys’ basketball

We managed to reschedule a game before the
end of our season.

We traveled to Paw Paw for our season finale.

West Virginia   47
Paw Paw         86

Box scores

West Virginia    16  17   6    8    = 47
Paw Paw           21  17  21  27  =  86

Patrick Epperly led the team with 25 points and had 2 assists.  Logan Gray
followed up with 14 points and had 5
steals, 3 assists and one block.  Jesse Snyder scored 4 points and had 2
assists and one block.  Mikey McGray and
Hunter Barrows each scored 2 points.

Our record is 4 – 12

 

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DeafDigest Sports – February 24, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

– basketball updates

– Gallaudet teams in conference playoffs

– A DeafDigest Sports Team of the Year announcement

– a dedication

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

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@deafdigest.com

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

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2015 DeafDigest Sports Team of the Year

Deaf girls’ basketball
Maryland School for the Deaf
26-3 record, two major championships, best season in school history

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Dedication

DeafDigest Sports dedicates this edition to Mike Layton,
St Louis, MO, who departed us last week.

He was a Deaflympics participant in 1985. He played championship
basketball for Chicago Club of the Deaf in 1987 and 1988.
As a softball player, his Minneapaul teams won three
national deaf championships.

Said a friend:
Great guy!

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Men’s basketball set to host Penn St.-Abington in NEAC tournament first round Tuesday night
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2014-15/releases/neacfirstround

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

GU women’s basketball travels to Penn St.-Abington for Tuesday’s NEAC first round game
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2014-15/releases/neacfirstround

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Delaware girls’  Basketball

Girls
ESDAA

DSD 43 NYSD Fanwood 9
Russell – 17 points
Bratten – 11 points
Henshaw – 6 points

DSD 42 ASD 30
Russell – 27 points
Henshaw – 13 points

DSD 21 Rochester 37
Henshaw – 11 points
Pabon – 5 points
Russell – 5 points

All Tournament – Hailey Henshaw, Carolyn Russell and Ashley Pabon

Team 21 Championship

Thanks to David Del Pizzo and TLC staff for an outstanding tournament.

Team 21 Championship

Thanks to David Del Pizzo and TLC staff for an outstanding tournament.

Season Record 10-13

Basketball season is over for both boys and girls.

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

45th District Tournament at Garrard County

Garrard County 89, Kentucky School for the Deaf 23

KY School f/t Deaf       3      5     14     23
Garrard County           29    54    73     89

Ky. School f/t Deaf (14-15)- Dillon Maynard 12, Ryan Mayes 5, Bruce
Gemmer 2, Ricky Hubbard 2, Jeremy Davis 2.

Garrard County (6-21)- Slade Crutchfield 7, Parker Dailey 10, Nick
McCollum 31, Jaylan McPherson 7, Mike Redmon 6, Justin Preston 6,
Trevor Jones 6, Carter Moss 9, JT Fitzpatrick 5, Austin Mott 2.

KSD committed 18 turnovers in the 1st quarter and finished the first
half with 25.  KSD had 28 turnovers in all.

Garrard County made ten three-pointers.

Dillon Maynard- 6 rebounds, 3 for 5 on three-pointers

Irvin Herrera- 4 assists, 3 rebounds

KSD closed the season with 14 wins, the most since 2011, when KSD
went 14-13.

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Maryland girls’ basketball

http://www.capitalgazette.com/sports/high_school_sports/ph-ac-cs-rockbridge-msd-gball0224-20150223,0,1352862.story

MSD varsity girls win the MIAC championship!

Rockbridge 15
MSD 57

Rockbridge 4-0-5-6=15
MSD 13-24-10-10=57

Halftime MSD 37-4

Rockbridge: Feeney 4, Bakare 2, Taiwo 7, Graham 2

MSD: Luttrell 2, K. Lewis 7, T. Lewis 21, Bahan 2, Daniels 14, Johnson 11

MSD individual statistics:
T. Lewis 4 steals, 2 blocks, 3 assists, 2 rebounds
Daniels 10 steals, 3 rebounds, 5 assists
Bahan 7 rebounds
Johnson 8 rebounds
K. Lewis 8 rebounds, 2 steals, 4 assists
Bonheyo 3 rebounds, 2 steals

Juliana Bahan and Adele Daniels were selected to the
MIAC all- tournament team. Tessa Lewis was selected as the most
valuable player of the tournament.

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New Mexico boys’ basketball

NMSD roadrunners (3-21) made a quick run to take a big lead at the
start of the game led by freshman Deven Thompson with 27 points and
his season high 19 rebounds. However, the roadrunners ran into foul
trouble and team?s performance became sloppy in the 4th quarter that
allowed Victory Christian to cut the lead to 13 points and the time
ran out in favor of NMSD’s playoff win.  Freshman Johnathan Ludwigs
had 10 points with four assists. Junior Eloy Garcia had 12 rebounds.
 Victory Christian?s Joshua McDuffie led the team with 24 points.

The roadrunners will travel to face 4th seeded team, Walawota
tomorrow at 6:30.

Victory Christian 4 3 12 17 36

NMSD 10 17 15  7 49

VC
Anh 0 0 0, Steele 1 0 2, Tafoya 3 0 6, McDuffie 8 2 24, Olona 2 0 4.
3pts-McDuffie 2

NMSD
Thompson 12 0 27, Ludwigs 1 5 10, McCullough 3 0 6, Garcia 3 0 6
3pts ? Thompson and Ludwigs

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New Mexico girls’ basketball

V girls 

NMSD 60
Victory Christian 30

This week is our district 1A playoff tournament. At halftime we were
up 10 points (26-16). Im happy that we did well in the 2nd half. My
girls were determined to keep their defense strong for this
game. Senior Amberley Luna made 29 points and had 8
rebounds while Freshman Janell Miller scored 21 points.

Overall record 9-14
District record 1-8

Next game: District playoffs  2/24/15—Tuesday, NMSD vs SF
Waldorf @ 5 pm @ Christian Life Academy gym 

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Rhode Island boys’ basketball

RISD vs Highlander Charter School
RISD 52  Highlander 46

Jairee Hill scored 22 points to go along with 2 assists to lead the
Roosters to a league win. Ariel Gonzalez chipped in with 14 points
and Alphonso Sackor was a force in the paint with 10 points.

Record is now  10-12

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Riverside boys’ basketball

CSD Riverside Boys Basketball Loses in a CLOSE Heartbreaker to Ribet
Academy

CSD Riverside traveled to Ribet Academy in Los Angeles for the 1st
round CIF-SS playoff game. 2012 was the last time the boys entered
the playoffs.

In the first quarter, the boys were nervous and inexperienced so
their response came very late. Ribet was prepared to play from the
beginning and they jumped out to a big lead, 18-11, at the end of the
quarter. CSDR scored only 8 points in the second quarter, and Ribet
held onto the lead at halftime, 28-19.

In the third quarter, CSDR came back big with a good number of three
pointers. They went on a 11-0 run, and made the game close with a
score of 33-30, Ribet leading by only three. Ribet called timeout and
after that went on a 8-0 run, increasing the lead to 41-30.

In the fourth quarter, CSDR decided to change their defense and
started to slowly come back. It was a really defensive battle. Noah
Valencia made another big three to force the score to be 45-42 in
favor of Ribet. DeSean Welch made a steal but missed the layup and
Ribet had possession of the ball with 15 seconds left. CSDR was
forced to foul, and Ribet missed the free throw, so CSDR regained
possession of the ball. The CSDR coaches called timeout and designed
a play. Jacob Weiss attempted a three pointer but missed and Ribet
got the rebound, but they traveled and turned over the ball. So at
the very end of the game, with 4 seconds left, CSDR had the ball. The
coaches again called another timeout. Noah Valencia got the ball and
shot a three pointer, but it didnÿÿt go in. Even though CSDR added 12
points in the final quarter, they ran out of time to make a comeback.
 CSDR was heartbroken as they lost to Ribet, 45-42.

Valencia led the CSD Riverside offense with 32 points, including 11
during the third period. He also contributed 7 rebounds, 4 steals,
and 1 block. He also broke the school record for making 8 three
pointers in a single game (he beat his own fatherÿÿs record, Jeremias
Valencia, ÿÿ99, who made 7).

Also helping the effort for CSDR were Christian Jacobs (4 points, 6
rebounds, 1 steal, 1 block), Nathaniel Humpal (2 points, 4 rebounds,
1 steal), Desean Welch (2 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 block) and
Mavrick Fisher (2 points, 5 rebounds).

It was a really heartbreaking game. It was one of the greatest game
I have ever seen. Our boys really played G R E A T! We know that we
could have won that game. We havenÿÿt played a good team like this
yet. It was really heartbreaking for everyone, inculding parents,
fans, and the community.

CSDR  finishes the season with 14 wins and 11 losses.

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deaf basketball – Japan

National Deaf Basketball championships held

The 13th National Deaf Basketball tournament”, sponsored by
the Japan Deaf Basketball Association, took place in the
prefecture gymnasium in Otsu-shi, Shiga Prefecture near
Kyoto on February 21-22. It was first for the prefecture to
hold such an event.

Four of ten men teams won in league series, proceeding to
a tournament aiming at a victory. The winner was “Fukuoka
Emperors A” from Fukuoka Prefecture in southern Japan.

For women five teams competed, and “Kyoto DRAGON JOKER’S” won.
 

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DeafDigest Sports – February 23, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

– basketball updates

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won/lost records – as of February 23, 2015
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Eastern Schools for the Deaf Athletic Association Division 1 Girls
Basketball Tournament
Day 3

7th/8th place:  #8 The Learning Center 18  #7 NYSD-Fanwood 9
5th/6th place: #6 Western Penn. 24  #4 New Jersey 16
3rd/4th place:  #3 American 40 vs. #5 Lexington 25
Championship:  #1 Rochester 37  #2 Delaware  21

Championship Game MVP: Courtney Gentzke, RSD

VIcky White Sportsmanship Award: TLC

All Tournament Team:
Victoria Pon, NYSD-Fanwood
Isabella Bucci, TLC
Rebecca Adeyinka, NJSD
Alyssa Hulme, WPSD
Kai Miller, WPSD
Chandell Slade, LEX
Brittany Torres, LEX
Edmarie Burgos, ASD
Nikita Mallach, ASD
Hailey Henshaw, DSD
Carolyn Russell, DSD
Ashley Pabon, DSD
Brianna DiGiovanni, RSD
Courtney Gentzke, RSD
Felicia McGinnis, RSD

ESDAA Division 1 Girls Basketball team will be held at Pennsylvania
School for the Deaf in 2016.  Heartfelt thanks to volunteers,
coaches, student-athletes, parents, referees, and community for
making this tournament a success!  

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American girls’ basketball

Eastern Schools for the Deaf Athletic Association Division I Tournament

The Learning Center
Framingham, MA

February 22nd 2015

American School for the Deaf:  40

Lexington School for the Deaf: 25

American School for the Deaf won 3rd place for the Eastern Schools for the
Deaf Athletic Association Division I

American School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball Final Record for the
2014-2015 Season: 15-10

I wanted to express my gratitudes for the American School for the Deaf
community, fans, parents, alumnus and the players for a wonderful
2014-2015 season and the
Lady Tigers are already roaring for the upcoming season.

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Fremont boys’ basketball

Division VI

First round Wednesday

No. 12 Round Valley (10-11) at No. 5 California School
for the Deaf (17-10), 7 p.m.

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Fremont girls’ basketball

Division VI

Wednesday’s first round

No. 10 California School for the Deaf (9-12) vs.
No. 7 Contra Costa Christian (14-13), at Berean Christian HS, 7 p.m.

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Indiana boys’ basektball

Sectionals:
Metropolitan (9-11) vs. Indiana Deaf (15-6)
March 4

Indiana defeated Metropolitan 66-65 only last week, the only time
both teams met this season.

This sectional game figures to be a toss up

Indiana has two games remaining, prior to the sectionals; on
on February 24 against Tindley (12-10); Feb 26 against
International (10-12)

In the Indianapolis area, these .500 and near .500 teams are all
equally dangerous

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Our girls play in league championship game tonight against Rockbridge (14-1)
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Rhode Island birls’ basketball

ESDAA Tourney- Div II
2/13/15 vs Governor Baxter School for the Deaf

RISD 56   GBSD 18

Jairee Hill led with 15 points and 4 steals and Ariel Gonzalez
chipped in with 10 points. Freshmen Mario Pacheco also contributed
with 10 points and 8 rebounds.

2/14/15  (Semi final and Championship game)

Due to the impending blizzard we had to drop skills competition and
move the Sunday Semi Final and Championship game to Saturday.

RISD 56  Delaware 44

Jairee Hill paced the Roosters with 26 points and 14 rebounds. Justin
Rahn dished out 6 assists to go along with his 10 points and 12
rebounds. Ariel Gonzalez made some key 3 pointers during the game to
total 10 points and Alphonso Sackor chipped in with 8 points and 7
rebounds. This was a very balanced attack on the Delaware team
beating them for the 3rd year in a row in the semifinals

Championship game vs ASD 

RISD 58   ASD 36

After losing twice to American School for the Deaf on their home
court by 3 points the Roosters had a game plan and stuck with it the
whole game leading 31-10 at halftime. Jairee Hill lead with 26 points
and 7 rebounds. Ariel Gonzalez continued his hot shooting from 3
point land hitting 2 out of 3 to total 12 points for the game and
Justin Rahn was busy most of the game guarding ASD’s best player in a
Box and one defensive scheme. Alphonso Sackor scored 11 points to go
with 8 rebounds. After coming in 2nd place 2 years in a row this team
finally got us over the hump and winning our first championship since
2003. 

All-Star:

Jairee Hill- First team
Ariel Gonazlez- Second team
Alphonso Sackor- Second team

Record 9-12

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Rochester girls’ basketball

ESDAA Wrap-up
The wildcats took on Delaware in the ESDAA Div. I championship game,
a rematch from two weeks ago at the Div. II tournament. RSD beat TLC
and Lexington to arrive at the finals. The wildcats played a great
game today with all players contributing in the win. The final score
was 37-21.

Congratulations go out to Brianna DiGiovanni and Felicia McGinnis for
making to all star team and to Courtney Gentzke for being the
tournament MVP.

The wildcats also won the free throw competition and Felicia McGinnis
won the knockout competition.

I believe this is the first time in history that the same basketball
team has won both tournaments!

We finish the season with a 14-9 record.

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West Virginia boys’ basketball

Just learned that there is a game has been rescheduled for us tomorrow night
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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD travelled to TLC for the Girls ESDAA basketball tournament. WPSD
faced ASD Friday evening. ASD started out hot but WPSD fought back to
a tough loss 27 TLC to 22 WPSD.

Saturday WPSD faced NYSD in an afternoon game.  It was a slow
starting game. In the end WPSD girls held out for the victory 16-11.

Sunday we faced off against NJSD.  It was a close game through the
first half. With a few minutes left WPSD took the lead for the win.
Final score WPSD 24 NJSD 16.

WPSD placed 5th in the tournament.

Dani Fisher 2 points 9 rebounds 2 assist and 6 steals

Cassie Friday 7 points 33 rebounds 1 assist and 4 steals.

Alyssa Hulme 19 points 29 rebounds 5 assist and 6 steals

Kai Miller 30 points 24 rebounds 10 steals and 5 assist.

Tori Reeves  6 points 6 rebounds 4 steals 1 assist

Named to tournament all stars. Alyssa Hulme and Kai Miller

WPSD ends the season with a 4-25 record.  

Eastern Schools for the Deaf Athletic Association Division 1 Girls
Basketball Tournament
Day 3

7th/8th place:  #8 The Learning Center 18  #7 NYSD-Fanwood 9
5th/6th place: #6 Western Penn. 24  #4 New Jersey 16
3rd/4th place:  #3 American 40 vs. #5 Lexington 25
Championship:  #1 Rochester 37  #2 Delaware  21

Championship Game MVP: Courtney Gentzke, RSD

VIcky White Sportsmanship Award: TLC

 

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DeafDigest Sports – February 22, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

– basketball updates

– Gallaudet basketball teams in NEAC playoffs

Facebook:
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won/lost records – as of February 22, 2015

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

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Gallaudet rallies past Penn St.-Berks to set new win record, Bison prepare for NEAC tournament
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_psb2

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

GU cruises past Penn St.-Berks as Bison turn focus towards NEAC tournament
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_psb2

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Gallaudet indoor track

Boum Yamb finishes third in the 60-meter dash as GU wraps up indoor schedule at SU Open
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mtrack/2014-15/releases/recap_suopen

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ESDAA-I girls’ basketball tournament

Skills Competition Champions:
 *  Team Lay Up – Lexington
 *  Team Free Throw – Rochester
 *  Team 21 – Delaware
 *  Hot Shot – Victorian Pon of NYSD-Fanwood
 *  Knock Out – Felida McGinnis of Rochester
———————————–

Game #5 –> #4 NJSD 40  #8 TLC 7
Game #6 –> #6 WPSD 16  #7 NYSD-Fanwood 11
Game #7 –> #1 RSD 43  #5 Lexington 22
Game #8 –> #2 DSD 42  #3 ASD 30

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Day 3

8 am – 7th/8th place:  #7 NYSD-Fanwood vs. #8 TLC
930 am – 5th/6th place: #4 NSJD vs. #6 WPSD
11 am – 3rd/4th place:  #3 ASD vs. #5 LEX
1 pm – Championship:  #1 RSD vs. #2 DSD

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American girls’ basketball

Eastern Schools for the Deaf Athletic Association Division I Tournament

The Learning Center
Framingham, MA

February 21st 2015

American School for the Deaf:  30
Delaware School for the Deaf: 42

American School for the Deaf will be playing against Lexington School
for the Deaf on Saturday Sunday February 22nd at 11:00 AM for third place.

American School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball Record: 14-10

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The wildcats traveled to The Learning Center for the ESDAA Division I
tournament. We played TLC in the first round and defeated them 50-21.
The team was led by Brianna DiGiovanni with 30 points and 11 rebounds
while Felicia McGinnins and Courtney Gentzke added 6 and 5 points
respectively. We will take on Lexington today.

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Poland Deaf vs Great Britain Deaf basketball

the winner will qualify for the World Deaf Basketball
Championships

Poland defeated Great Britain 97-55
 

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DeafDigest Sports – February 21, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

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– basketball updates

– Gallaudet updates

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won/lost records – as of February 21, 2015

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Gallaudet baseball & softball

games scheduled for this weekend have been postponed due
to frigid weather and snow still on the grounds

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Win streak ends on the road in loss to Lancaster Bible
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_lbc2

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Bison stumble on the road against Chargers, Gage nets 29 in loss
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_lbc2

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Eastern Schools for the Deaf Athletic Association Division 1
Girls Basketball Tournament @ The Learning Center for the Deaf

1st Round:

#1 Rochester 50 #8 The Learning Center 21

#2 Delaware 43 #7 NYSD-Fanwood 9

#3 American 27 #6 Western Penn. 22

#5 Lexington 31 #4 New Jersey 18

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2nd Round:

2 pm: #4 New Jersey vs #8 The Learning Center

4 pm: #6 Western Pennsylvania vs. #7 NYSD-Fanwood

6 pm: #1 Rochester vs. #5 Lexington

7:30 pm: #2 Delaware vs. #3 American

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American girls’ basketball

Eastern Schools for the Deaf Athletic Association Division I Tournament

The Learning Center
Framingham, MA

February 20th 2015

American School for the Deaf:  27

West Pennsylvania School for the Deaf: 22

American School for the Deaf will be playing against Delaware School
for the Deaf on Saturday February 21st at 7:30 PM

American School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball Record: 14-9

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Semifinals of MIAC playoffs

GGCA 40
MSD 53

GGCA 8-4-11-17=40
MSD 3-19-13-18=53

Halftime MSD 22-12

GGCA: Gordan 2, Lynch 2, Chandler 4, McCarter 18, McBurney 2, Weyer 12

MSD: Luttrell 1, K. Lewis 8, T. Lewis 12, Daniels 28, Johnson 4

MSD Individual statistics:
T. Lewis 7 steals
Daniels 14 rebounds, 4 steals
Bahan 3 rebounds, 2 steals. 2 assists
Johnson 5 rebounds, 2 assists
K. Lewis 13 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 assists
Bonheyo 3 rebounds

MSD Varsity Girls record: 25-3

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Maryland Independent Athletic Conference (MIAC) Tournament

MIAC Semifinal Game 

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Greater Grace Christian Academy

                 1      2     3     4    =  Total
MSD     -   17    8     7    20   =   52
GGCA  -   14    4   17    23   =   58

Halftime –  MSD lead 25-18

MSD ORIOLES

Tarik Wallace - 3 Points, 3 Assists, 5 Steals
John Werner, Jr. - 10 Points, 5 Assists, 4 Rebounds
Bailey Moers -  8 Points
Damon Biskupiak – 7 Points, 12 Rebounds
Giovanni Maucere – 9 Points, 4 Rebounds, 3 Assists
Yave Sanchez - 15 Points, 6 Rebounds

Team Total FG: 20
Team Total 3FG: 4 (Maucere 2, Moers 2)
Team Total FT: 8-13

GREATER GRACE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (14-8)

AJ Lewis – 22 Points
Zane Turk - 11 Points
Manny Panky – 10 Points
Sam Phillips – 9 Points
Ryan Herdenseich – 6 Points

Team Total FG: 21
Team Total 3FG: 4 (Lewis 2, Turk 2)
Team Total FT: 12-14

Record: 22-7 (Season Completed)

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New Mexico basketball

V girls

NMSD 30
SF Waldorf 39

Last night was the final home basketball game of the 2014-15 season. 
In the 4th quarter, we were tied at 24-24.  SF Waldorf’s Alex
Chastenet made 10 points in the 4th quarter and our team couldn’t
stop her.  I want to applaud the fact that our players that were not
seniors kept going, not wanting to give up because they wanted our
seniors to have a win for their last game.   Senior Amberley Luna
made 15 points while Senior Margaret Appa grabbed 11 points.

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR MY 3 SENIORS:  Thank you for your contribution
to the Varsity Girls Basketball Program.  You made a difference and
you are a great role model for our young girls.

Overall record 8-14
District record 1-8

Next game: District playoffs  2/23/15—Monday, Victory Christian vs
NMSD @ 5 pm @ Larson gym   

NMAA rules: $5 per person, no exceptions

 

 

V boys

NMSD 22
SF Waldorf 66

The roadrunners ended the season with a sloppy game against visiting
team, Waldorf for the loss. The score was 66-22. Freshman Johnathan
Ludwigs led the team with ten points and four steals.

NMSD (2-21)                       

NMSD

Lucero 0 0 0, Thompson 2 1 8, Ludwigs 3 1 10, McCullough 0 0 0,
Garcia, E. 2 0 4

Next game: Playoffs on Feb. 23rd, Monday vs Victory Christian at 6:30
PM @ Larson gym

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West Virginia boys’ basketball 

Just learned that West Virginia Boys’ Basketball season has ended. 
We were not  able to reschedule a couple of games which were
cancelled this week due to the inclement weather. 

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DeafDigest Sports – February 20, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

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– basketball updates

– Gallaudet updates

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

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Gallaudet football

Gallaudet’s John Davis stepping down to become head coach at Central Florida Christian Academy
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2014-15/releases/coachdavis

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Arkansas basketball

Great Plains Schools for the Deaf Tourney @ Iowa

Thursday’s game (Feb 12th) – 1st Round
Missouri 34, Arkansas 26, Boys
Arkansas 36, Kansas 32, Girls

Friday’s game (Feb 13th)
Arkansas 40, New Mexico 25, Boys
Minnesota 59, Arkansas 38, Girls Semifinals

Saturday’s game (Feb 14th)
Arkansas 50, Iowa 46, Boys Consolation
Arkansas 31, New Mexico 30, 3rd place

Boys’ Record: 6-14
Girls’ Record: 5-14

We did bring home the bacon with 5 TROPHIES…

Spirit Competitions – Champion
Cheerleading Squad – Runner-Up
Boys Basketball Team – Free Throw – Champion
Boys Basketball Team – 5th place Consolation
Girls Basketball Team – 3rd place

All-Tournament Team honors
Cheerleading Squad – Jonathan Wilson, Alerys Henriquez
Boys – Marlin Thurlkill
Girls – Lakeshia Rosbia

Season ends

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Indiana Deaf (15-6)              54
University High School (13-9)    64

L. Wood – 19 points

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Lexington wrestling

Congratulations to our Lexington Wrestling Boys and Girl.  We came in
9th place out of 12 schools.

Varsity: Congrats to (115) Noah Aljahmi 3rd places, (172) Jia-Cheng
Huang 5th places, and (147) Raymond Mukhailov 6th places.

Novice: Congratulation to (115) Fernando Cardona 1st places no
matches, and (162) Fatou Sankanu 3rd places.

*Congratulation to John Grier. He received 20 years Coach Services
Award.

This weekend February 21, 2015 National Prep New Jersey/New York
Qualifier at Blair Academy New Jersey.

115 Noah Aljahmi and 147 Raymond Mukhailov, both are Qualifier for
New York / New Jersey.  Wishes those boys good luck! If both or
either one win top four placewinners in each of weight classes will
represent the New Jersey / New York Zone at the National Prep
Tournament on February 27 & 28 2015 at Leigh Pennsylvania

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Maryland Independent Athletic Conference (MIAC) Tournament

MIAC Quarterfinal Game 

Open Bible Christian Academy @ Maryland School for the Deaf 

                 1      2     3     4    =  Total
OBCA  -   17     7     7    15   =   46
MSD    -   14   17   31    27   =   89

Halftime –  MSD lead 31-24

MSD ORIOLES

Tarik Wallace - 7 Points, 5 Assists, 3 Rebounds
John Werner, Jr. - 5 Points, 4 Assists, 3 Rebounds
Brady Perry - 9 Points, 6 Rebounds
Austin Latin - 6 Points, 3 Rebounds, 1 Block
Bailey Moers -  7 Points, 5 Rebounds, 3 Steals
Damon Biskupiak – 13 Points, 12 Rebounds, 3 Blocks
Giovanni Maucere – 20 Points, 4 Assists, 4 Steals, 2 Blocks
Jake Bonheyo – 5 Points, 3 Assists, 3 Rebounds
Yave Sanchez - 17 Points, 7 Rebounds, 5 Steals

Team Total FG: 37

Team Total 3FG: 6 (Maucere 2, Biskupiak, Bonheyo, Moers, Perry)
Team Total FT: 9-13

 

OPEN BIBLE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (12-10)

Ethan Canfield – 14 Points
Marcus Blake – 3 Points
Nick West – 6 Points
Tristan Richardson – 17 Points
Tim Olyshko – 1 Point
Dimitri Robinson – 5 Points

Team Total FG: 14
Team Total 3FG: 7 (Richardson 5, Robinson, West)
Team Total FT: 11-24

Maryland will travel to Greater Grace Christian Academy (13-8) at
Baltimore tomorrow for MIAC semifinal game at 5:00pm. Greater Grace
Christian is #1 seed in the East, while we’re #2 seed in the West. 

Record: 22-6

editor’s note:
Despite tonite opponent’s #1 seeding in the East Division, Maryland
(West #2 seed) won by one point the last time both teams faced
each other

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Maryland girls’ basketball

First round MIAC playoff game:

Perry Hall 6
MSD 80

Perry Hall 0-0-3-3=6
MSD 25-18-24-13=80

Halftime MSD 43-0

Perry Hall: Bloyer 6

MSD: Luttrell 4, Weeks 2, K. Lewis 8, Wood-Jacobowitz 2, Seremeth 2, T. Lewis 44, Bonheyo 8, Bahan 4, Johnson 6

MSD Individual Statistics:
T. Lewis 7 rebounds, 6 steals, 2 assists
Bahan 5 rebounds, 11 assists, 2 steals
Johnson5 rebounds
K. Lewis 10 rebounds
Bonheyo 5 rebounds
Luttrell 2 rebounds, 2 assists
Weeks 2 rebounds, 3 assists
Wood-Jacobowitz 4 rebounds
Seremeth 4 rebounds

Tessa Lewis passed the 1700 point career mark with her first two points of the game.

MSD Varsity Girls record: 24-3

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New Mexico basketball

V girls

NMSD 22
Walatowa 42

I had a meeting with my girls before warm ups and told them that the
girls learned a lot about offense and defense after GPSD.  I stated
that Benny and I had a goal which was to look for individual
improvement.  After the game, we told the girls that they definitely
improved individually in the areas of offense and defense.  Freshman
Janell Miller scored 11 points and had 14 rebounds.

Overall record 8-13
District record 1-7

Today will be a special event for our seniors  Amberley, Jaelyn and
Margaret at 4:50 pm @ Larson gym.  Please come and watch their last
home game!

SF Waldorf vs NMSD @ 5 pm @ Larson gym

V boys

NMSD 37
Walatowa 53

The five NMSD Roadrunners (2-20) traveled into beautiful Jemez
country where the Walatowa boys are known for  a running offense with
numerous treys.  We had to take two quick timeouts in the first
quarter to control our turnovers and then we finally put the game in
control by putting freshman Deven Thompson in a post attack through
the game. He took 2 out of three treys including a 4 point play. He
was able to finish with 18 points with 14 rebounds and a block in the
game. His teammate freshman Johnathan Ludwigs also hit two treys
which we finally had a season high with four treys in a game.  Junior
Eloy Garcia had 7 points and 9 rebounds. The rest of the team also
contributed with points and rebounds. The game was kept in check
until the buzzer. The score was 37-53 for a loss. We are very pleased
with the outcome after a shaky start in the first quarter.

We are looking forward to make another progress tonight with the
final home game of the season against Waldorf at 6:30.

The roadrunners ended the season with a sloppy game against visiting
team, Waldorf for the loss. The score was 66-22. Freshman Johnathan
Ludwigs led the team with ten points and four steals.

Waldorf    25 18 7 16 66
NMSD (2-21) 0 11 5  6 22

Waldorf
Ciofalo 8 1 29, Otero 0 0 12, Knonse 4 1 9, Khalsa 0 0 0, Gonzales 0
0 0, Hammons 0 0 3, Ramsey 4 2 10, Davila 0 0 3
3pts-Ciofalo 4, Otero 4, Hammons 1, Davila 1 

NMSD
Lucero 0 0 0, Thompson 2 1 8, Ludwigs 3 1 10, McCullough 0 0 0,
Garcia, E. 2 0 4

Next game: Playoffs on Feb. 23rd, Monday vs TBA at 6:30 PM.

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Ohio girls’ basketball

Ohio SD at Western Pennsylvania SD

OSD 11-9-5-16-41
WPSD 2-2-4-13-21

OSD: Mendis 5-2-12, Aites 0-0-0, Willingham 4-1-10, Shakir 3-1-7,
Greene 6-0-12. Total 18-4-41. Three points: Willingham

WPSD: Miller 3-0-6, Friday 3-3-9, Hulme 3-0-6, Tanner 0-0-0,  Fisher
0-0-0.  Total 9-3-21.

OSD Lady Spartans ended their season with 13-4 record, and for the
first time we reach double digits in wins since 2009 when OSD went
23-4.  

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Oregon basketball

2/19/2015  Thursday – FINAL UPDATE :)

OSD high school basketball teams wrapped up their season by visiting
Livingstone Adventist Academy.  For the girls, LAA dominated the
boards, taking advantage of their height vs. ours – winning the game,
51 to 20.  For the boys, it was a close game down to the very end. 
OSD could not shake off the man-to-man pressure, giving up the ball
once too often.  LAA pulled away in the final minutes to a 48 – 41
win.

Girls
OSD:  09  10  16  20
LAA:  17  29  45  51

Boys
OSD: 11  21  26  41
LAA:  09  17  27  48

Results
Boys: 2 – 20
Girls: 6 – 16

We’re PROUD of our PANTHERS!  Now, it’s time to shift gears and get
ready for track and field! GO PANTHERS!

 

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DeafDigest Sports – February 19, 2015

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

– basketball updates

– Gallaudet updates

- volleyball announcement

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won/lost records – as of February 19, 2015
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet men’s soccer

Men’s soccer program set for spring tryouts
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/msoc/2014-15/releases/springtryouts

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Gallaudet men’s track roster
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mtrack/2014-15/roster

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Gallaudet women’s track roster
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wtrack/2014-15/roster

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Great Plains volleyball

I am happy to share an exciting news.  New Mexico School for the
Deaf agreed to host 2015 GPSD Volleyball Tournament this upcoming
fall on the weekend of Oct. 9th.

MSAD was scheduled to host however due to potentially shortage
of beds with Frechette Hall being torn down sometimes this upcoming
fall.

I want to thank Letty Perez, Athletic Director, Ronald Stern,
Superintendent, and New Mexico School for the Deaf for their
willingness to step in and help out with hosting this event.

Davey Olson, athletic director
Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf

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Delaware basketball

Girls

1st Round MIL Playoff

DSD 40  West Nottingham Academy 44 (2 overtime)

Russell – 15 points

Bratten – 13 points

Henshaw – 11 points

 

Season Record 8-12

 

Boys

ESDAA at Gov Baxter School for the Deaf

 

DSD 54  St Marys 29

Harris – 20 points

Thomas – 12 points

 

DSD 44  Rhode Island 56

Thomas – 27 points

Harris – 14 points

DSD  69  West Virginia  84

Harris – 44 points

Thomas – 15 points

 

Finished in 4th Place

 

MIL Playoff Play-In – forfeit due to school closed (snow)

 

Season Record – 5-14

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Learning Center boys’ basketball

TLC placed 3rd at ESDAA Division1 Basketball Tournament at PSD.

Friday – 1st Round

WPSD got off with a good start with lead 17-8 in first quarter. TLC
boys fought back to reduce with only 2 points down in halftime, WPSD
27 – TLC 25. Dylan Christoffels, 9th grader led team back in scoring
with his three treys. With some early fouls by our center, Bryce
Callahan, sophmore, we had some trouble on stopping their sizes -
WPSD’s Dixon and Weber. But our boys kept faith and continued to put
the game in close. Until the 4th quarter, TLC ‘s 9th grader, Wesley
Silva brought his amazing shots with 3 point shot and put TLC lead
and then he scored again with two point near 3 point area. That gave
us some breathing room for another attack by WPSD. WPSD had to foul
us to regain their hoping for a lead but Dylan sank one of his 2 free
throws and TLC lead 2 points up with only 14 seconds left. WPSD,
senior Frye got the ball and dribbled all over to go for a lay-up but
he missed, Weber got the rebound and shot for one more, he missed.
TLC escaped wtih a victory over WPSD. 47-45.

James Knoll and Dylan Christoffels- 12 points each.

Saturday – 2nd Round (Semi-Final)

MSD 69 TLC 15

MSD’s powerhouse were too much for us to handle. Thier defense,
offense were amazing and they kept their poise and control all the
way. We couldn’t find a solution to stop them. All of their players
have lot  talents to show their basketball skills. No mtach and we
just learned lot from this game.

8th grader, Kacey Monahan and 9th grader Dylan Christoffels scored 5
points each.

Sunday – 3rd & 4th place game

TLC 48 Lexington 40

TLC got off with a good start with 16-5 in first quarter. With some
early foul problems on our two main guards, James Knoll and Dylan
Christoffels. Both had to sit down for a whole second quarter. Kacey
and Wesley kept the game in close and Lexington Blue Jays fought back
to reduce the deficit. TLC led 23-14 in halftime. In the early second
half, James got his 4th foul and had to sit down. Bluejays got back
within 3 points down but our center, Bryce found his strength in the
paint and scored couple key baskets that kept TLC in alive for the
rest of the game. With our bad turnovers that really caused the game
in close rather than being big lead. We learned lot lessons from that
game which Lexington put their defense press all over the court. They
forced our 42 turnovers but we still kept our game leading all the
way.

Bryce – 22 points, 10 rebounds
Stephen Corbett, senior  - 16 rebounds (14 defense rebounds) and 4
steals.

James Knoll and Dylan Christoffels earned their first all-stars at
ESDAA. We, the coaches were proud of our boys that played well in the
tournament. They jumped from 8th place last year to 3rd place this
year. We still have long way to learn more about basketball. We
saluted the PSD and their committee for their hard work during the
tournament, it went well.

Next two games vs. Brimmer May and Horace Mann next week.  Record now
7-11.

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New Mexico boys’ basketball

The five NMSD Roadrunners (2-20) traveled into beautiful Jemez country
where the Walatowa boys are known for  a
running offense with numerous treys.  We had to take two quick timeouts in
the first quarter to control our
turnovers and then we finally put the game in control by putting freshman
Deven Thompson in a post attack through
the game. He took 2 out of three treys including a 4 point play. He was
able to finish with 18 points with 14
rebounds and a block in the game. His teammate freshman Johnathan Ludwigs
also hit two treys which we finally had
a season high with four treys in a game.  Junior Eloy Garcia had 7 points
and 9 rebounds. The rest of the team
also contributed with points and rebounds. The game was kept in check
until the buzzer. The score was 37-53 for a
loss. We are very pleased with the outcome after a shaky start in the
first quarter.

We are looking forward to make another progress tonight with the final
home game of the season against Waldorf at
6:30.

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New York basketball

Boys

NYSD 49 vs Monfort 59

Stamford Academy is rescheduled to tomorrow- Feb. 19

French-Americans are rescheduled to Feb. 24

ESDAA Tournament at Pennsylvania School for the Deaf

NYSD 58 Lexington 53

NYSD 21 Maryland 72  NYSD second place

The record is 9-9

GIrls

NYSD 6 vs Montfort 28

The record is 1-13

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Oregon basketball

2/17/2015 Monday Evening

OSD boys took on Crosshill Christian last night at home for their
last home game of the season. Both teams got off to a fast start in
the 1st quarter, staying close, 11-12. Crosshill then applied
man-to-man and pressed on every possession to pull ahead for the rest
of the game, winning 66 – 38.

Boys
OSD: 11 16 31 38
CHC: 12 31 45 66

Results
Boys: 2 – 19
Girls: 6 – 15

Last game of the season is scheduled for tomorrow (Thursday night,
2/19) @ Livingstone. GO PANTHERS!

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USA national U-18 volleyball team

http://deafdigest.com/2015-deaf-girls-youth-national-volleyball-team/

 

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