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DeafDigest Sports – January 24, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball updates

— wrestling updates

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Gallaudet players in minor league baseball
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 1/24/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/picture-deaf-boxing-champion-hearing-olympics/

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Willigan wrestling results

Team Results:
1st – Texas School for the Deaf
2nd – Indiana School for the Deaf
3rd – Model Secondary School for the Deaf
4th – California School for the Deaf, Riverside
5th – Maryland School for the Deaf
6th – California School for the Deaf, Fremont

Individual awards:
Most Outstanding Wrestler:
Jayme Ruiz, California
and
Darius Kellam, Texas

Most Pins:
Cruz Ascenico, Fremont – 4

Fastest Pin:
Stone Leiker, Texas – 10 seconds

Individual Winners:
106
1st – Cruz Ascenico, California
2nd- Max Skjeveland, Indiana
3rd- Jeffrey Giordano, Riverside
113
1st- Jared Spinale, Indiana
2nd- Zeke Martinez, Model
3rd- Crosse Herpin, Maryland
120
1st- Jose Garcia, Riverside
2nd- Kal Carpenter, California
3rd- Adiel Rodriguez, Texas
126
1st- Dylan Rodgers, Texas
2nd- Taran Johnson, Texas
3rd- Tyler Wells, Model
132
1st- Eric Nieva, Texas
2nd- Alexsander Raimundo, Maryland
3rd- Joshua Baxter, Indiana
138
1st- DeJavier Goodner, Indiana
2nd- Jacob Vasquez, Texas
3rd- Gino Riggo, Indiana
145
1st- Jayme Ruiz, California
2nd- Maverick Obermiller, Maryland
3rd- Bates Cannon, Texas
152
1st- Ernesto Palomin, Indiana
2nd- Michael Singleton, Texas
3rd- Cale Gamache, Riverside
160
1st- Carlos Chavarria, Texas
2nd- Rory Walker, Model
3rd- Dylan Lorenzo, Indiana
170
1st- Maurico Franco, Model
2nd- Kishawn Bordeau, Indiana
3rd- Julio Trujillo, Riverside
182
1st- Jerrick Pothroski, Indiana
2nd- Noah Spinosi, Model
3rd- Andrew Ramirez, Texas
195
1st- Stone Leiker, Texas
2nd- Devin Scawthorn, Model
3rd- David Salau, Texas
220
1st- Darius Kellam, Texas
2nd- Ty Redding, Indiana
3rd- Jose Ruiz, Model
285
1st- Richard Cella, Riverside
2nd- Alfredo Castillo, Texas
3rd- Jaylan Jefferson, Indiana

editor’s note:
it was impossible to cleanly copy and paste the
team vs team results and their won/lost records
because of the tricky pdf format.

Thanks for bearing with DeafDigest Sports’ computer
limitations!

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Alabama basketball

Friday, January 20, 2017

ASD Lady Warriors 28  Atlanta Area School for the Deaf 19

Season record:  4 – 14

ASD Silent Warriors 48  Atlanta Area School for the Deaf 39

Season record: 9 – 9

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Arkansas basketball

Arkansas School for the Deaf Basketball game against Garrett Memorial 1/19/17

ASD JRV Girls lost to Garrett Memorial – 4 to 40

ASD JRV Boys lost to Garrett Memorial – 2 to 29

ASD Leopards Ladies lost to Garrett Memorial – 34 to 49

Sara Dobbs – 16 Points, 2 Rebounds, 1 Assist and 6 Steals
Mikka Coburn – 12 Points, 11 Rebounds, 2 Steals
Cieara Williams – 4 Points, 14 Rebounds, 2 Steals
Alerys Henriquez – 2 Points, 3 Rebounds

ASD Leopards Boys Beat Garrett Memorial – 49 to 46

Henry James III – 28 Points, 6 Rebounds, 1 Assist and 4 Steals
Stephen Cathcart – 9 points, 3 Steals
Ethan Pompeo – 5 Points, 4 Rebounds, 1 Assist
Shaq’ke Robinson – 3 Points, 4 Rebounds,
David Merriman – 2 Points, 4 Rebounds, 1 assist and 1 Steal

Next game January 24th against Garrett Memorial at Hope, Arkansas – all four games

January 26th against Victory Christian  at ASD only two games JRV Boys and Varsity Boys

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Colorado Basketball

Boys:

1-19-17

CSDB 35 Hanover 31

1-20-17

CSDB 18 Belleview Christian 48
Record: 2-10

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Girls:

1-19-17

CSDB 13 Hanover 36

1-20-17

CSDB 7 Belleview Christian 45

Record: 0-11

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Fremont boys’ basketball

Wednesday, January 18th
CSD vs Livermore Valley Charter 73- 25 (W)

2 Top Scorers-
Esau Zornoza- 27 points
Cameron Baer- 17 points

Overall record is 13-3

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Iowa Deaf Boys basketball

ISD  26  Riverside 73

We are now 0- 13

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Kansas girls’ basketball

Kansas School for the Deaf HS girls basketball team

Jan 21, 2017

KSD 68 vs Mich 23

KSD 45 vs MSD 31

Overall records 6 – 2

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Maryland wrestling

Team Results:
1st – Texas School for the Deaf
2nd – Indiana School for the Deaf
3rd – Model Secondary School for the Deaf
4th – California School for the Deaf, Riverside
5th – Maryland School for the Deaf
6th – California School for the Deaf, Fremont

Individual Results:
113: Crosse Herpin – 3rd Place
132: Alexsander Raimundo – 2nd Place
145: Maverick Obermiller – 2nd Place

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Missouri girls’ basketball

Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles January 23, 2017:

Tonight we played the Wellsville-Middletown Tigers. We lost the game 24-57
making our record 1-5. At the end of first quarter we were up 10-6. We
lost that lead in the second quarter and at halftime the score was 12-20.
While we did make a few mistakes, we played about as well as I would
expect being the fifth game in six days with only having five players.
Would you like to know the math on that? Over that past six days, my five
players have played for 160 minutes each. And that only includes game
minutes. I couldn’t be prouder. They never give up. Their resilience is
undeniable. Wellsville-Middletown did a fantastic job at trapping us and
stealing the ball. Then when we did have the ball, we had difficulty
keeping control of it. We are just beat. I think under normal conditions,
we could defeat – or at least have a great competition – the Tigers. They
also had 10 players so they continuously substituted the entire team
giving them ample time to rest. We unfortunately do not
 have that advantage. We were not able to put up nearly as many shots as
we typically do; though when we did shoot, our ability to sink them was
high. The highlight of the game was definitely Cheyenne Dickerson
accepting a charge in the third quarter. She was all smiles the remainder
of the game. She said, “I closed my eyes and braced for impact.” I know
that was a big moment for her. Delanzia Hayes also achieved her first
double-double of the season! Our ladies played as hard as they could from
tipoff to the final buzzer. I am very pleased with how well we were able
to play despite the circumstances. We have two days off to rest and then
play Illinois School for the Deaf on January 26, 2017 at 4:30pm.

Stats
Tyra Rogers: 1 rebound, 1 steal
Cheyenne Dickerson: 2 points, 2 rebounds, 1 accepted charge
Melissa Davis: 3 rebounds
Elizabeth Harrison: 12 points, 9 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 blocked shot
Delanzia Hayes: 10 points, 11 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 3 blocked shots

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

Today, 1/23/17, we traveled to CAP we played sluggish and tired look like
we didn’t have any mental or physical stamina to us. Both coaches try to
get the girls going. Finally, they started to play little better in the
4th
quarter. Natalya had 24 rebounds and Yasmean helped with 10 steals.

Our Final score is 29-16

Our record is 6-3

Next game on Friday, 1/27/17,  we will play Away Game vs. American School
for the Deaf (ASD). Support our Girls Panthers. When you see them tell
them
good luck and play hard.

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Good evening!

Today (1/23/17), we traveled to CAP (Community Academic of Philadelphia)
for our rematch with them. We were competing hard against them during
first
half but we got crashed at second half but they still does not give up.
The
score was 71 to 42.

Kevin Nguyen lead the team with 13 points and 4 steals while Jacob Cross
scored 12 point, and 8 rebounds. Nasir Ford helped with 5 points, 10
rebounds, and 5 assists.

The record is now 1-9

Our next trip will be on this Friday, 1/27/17 to ASD (American School for
the Deaf), which its in Connecticut. Please support and remind them to
keep
their heads up and not give up.

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Rhode Island basketball

*RISD Boys Basketball*

Rhode Island School for the Deaf boys’ team played host to Block Island
School in a Coastal Prep League game at 11:00 A.M. on Saturday. This was a
matchup of the two remaining winless CPL teams. The game was very
competitive in the first half as Block Island only held a one-point lead
midway through the first half. Block Island would pull away a little bit
to
a 26-19 halftime lead. Block Island would slowly build upon their lead,
finishing out the game with a 50-36 victory. Block Island had one player
who finished with 27 points, using his size and outside shooting to lead
his team to victory.

BIS -    26  24  – 50
RISD – 19  17  – 36

*RISD*
Juan Fernandez – SO – 11 Points
Ariel Gonzalez – SR – 11 Points
Junito Diaz – SR – 8 Points
Timothy Jallah – FR – 4 Points
Jayden Elias – 8th – 2 Points

*RISD Boys Basketball Record: *0-13 (0-8 CPL)
*Next Game:* Tuesday, January 24th vs. American School for the Deaf (6:45
P.M.) – Senior Night

*RISD Girls Basketball*

Rhode Island School for the Deaf girls’ team played host to Block Island
in
a rare Saturday game. Block Island had one girl who scored 9 points within
the first eight minutes of the game as Block Island led 10-4. Block Island
would build the lead to a 19-10 lead heading into halftime. Our girls’
 recent struggles in the second half continued as we were unable to score
and Block Island would eventually win by the final score of 31-10.

BIS -   19  12  – 31
RISD – 10  0   – 10

*RISD*
Makayla Teles – SR – 4 Points, 9 Rebounds, 3 Steals
Yasmin Sicaju – SO – 4 Points, 12 Rebounds, 1 Assist, 1 Steal
Lillian Klein – 8th – 2 Points, 3 Rebounds, 1 Steal
Ellie Lister – 8th – 4 Rebounds

*RISD Girls Basketball Record:* 2-7
*Next Game:* Tuesday, January 24th vs. American School for the Deaf (5:00
P.M.) – Senior Night

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

SCSDB vs  Calhoun Falls Boy’s Basketball

SCSDB – 6 12 2 4- 24
CF- 21 25 23 17-86

Andrew Bibbs- 7 pts 3 steals

SCSDB 1-8

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Texas boys’ basketball

newspaper rankings

TAPPS 4A

1. Lubbock Trinity Christian, 26-6; 2. Waco Vanguard, 24-7; 3. The
Woodlands Christian, 19-4; 4. Houston St Thomas Episcopal, 13-4; 5.
Arlington Grace Prep, 10-9; 6. Colleyville Covenant Christian, 18-8; 7.
Austin Texas for Deaf, 17-5; 8. Boerne Geneva, 15-6; 9. Lubbock Christian,
24-3; 10. Fort Worth Lake Country, 14-9.

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Texas girls’ basketball

newspaper rankings

TAPPS 4A

1. Marble Falls Faith, 25-4; 2. Lubbock Trinity Christian, 16-12; 3.
Houston Lutheran North, 17-8; 4. Fort Worth Lake Country Christian, 17-14;
5. Arlington Pantego, 13-6; 6. Austin Brentwood, 15-8; 7. Austin School
for Deaf, 20-6; 8. McKinney Christian, 14-9; 9. League City Bay Area
Christian, 18-6; 10. Flower Mound Coram Deo, 17-6.
 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 23, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball updates

— Gallaudet updates

Deaf Sports Collections update
— biggest deaf snub
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 1/23/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/all-time-great-deaf-badminton-player/

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Conference win streak continues as Bison take down Fighting Tigers

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team is still
undefeated in North Eastern Athletic (NEAC) competition after the Bison
defeated SUNY Cobleskill, 66-59, here Sunday before a crowd of 237 in the
Field House.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2016-17/releases/recap_cobleskill

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

GU drops tight NEAC contest with SUNY Cobleskill, 61-57

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team fell to SUNY
Cobleskill here Sunday afternoon, 61-57, in a North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) bout in the Field House.

http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2016-17/releases/recap_cobleskill

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Kansas boy’s basketball

*January 21, 2017*

*Michigan Deaf @ Missouri Deaf*

Michigan Deaf

7

13

11

11

42

Kansas Deaf

8

10

24

13

55

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Junior – 25 points, 18 rebounds

Aryzona Marsh, Senior – 15 points, 8 rebounds

Raul Melgar, Junior – 4 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists

Marcus Aiken, Junior – 11 points, 4 assists

*Team Total FG: *26-61
*Team Total 3FG: *1 (Marcus Aiken)
*Team Total FT: *2-8

*Record:* 9-1

*Game # 11*

*January 21, 2017*

*Missouri Deaf @ Missouri Deaf*

Missouri Deaf

10

7

9

7

3

36

Kansas Deaf

4

9

8

11

8

40

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Junior – 10 points, 10 rebounds

Aryzona Marsh, Senior – 5 points, 2 rebounds

Raul Melgar, Junior – 5 points, 3 rebounds

Marcus Aiken, Junior – 11 points

Zander Sumansky, Sophomore – 9 points, 6 assists, 4 steals

*Team Total FG: *15-40
*Team Total 3FG: *0
*Team Total FT: *10-24

*Record:* 10-1

Our next game will be against Vermillion in Olathe Park and Recreation on
Tuesday, January 24th at KSD.

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

newspaper rankings

Class 1A

1. Pine Grove (18-5)

2. Leake County (14-6)

3. Durant (12-7)

4. McAdams (13-5)

5. Mississippi School for the Deaf (12-0)

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Missouri boys’ basketball

we lost  a close a game against longtime rival , Kansas School for the
Deaf  in overtime. Really,  I pleased our boys played very well.

Kansas school for the Deaf            4     9     8    11      8          
40
Missouri school for the Deaf       10     7     9     7       3          
36

Missouri
Ste’quan Scott made 15 points and grabbed 5 rebounds and 4 steals.
Mikal Meriwether topped 10 points and grabbed 9 rebounds.
Scotty Percy made 7 points and grabbed 5 rebounds.

4-3 record

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Missouri girls’ basketball

Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles January 21, 2017:

Tonight we played our homecoming game against the Kansas Lady Jackrabbits.
We lost the game 31-45 making our record 1-4. This was our fourth day in a
row of having games and with having only five players, we were exhausted.
We went into the game flustered and making silly mistakes. Delanzia Hayes
was having an off night. She had 3 fouls in the first quarter and halfway
through the second quarter got her fourth foul. She did succeed in not
getting that last foul for the final 2 ½ quarters so I am thankful for
that, but it still put a damper on her game because she was not able to
play as aggressively as she typically does. She also only shot 25% overall
with her field goals. She was still our high scorer with 18 points, but
she put up SO MANY shots that just did. Not. Fall. That definitely hurt us
tonight. We were completely drained which affected our ability to do our
jobs correctly and to play as a team. That’s what hurt us worse than
anything. We have also had one player si
ck for the last two games. Without having a bench, I can’t give anyone a
decent break. If we could have gone in fresh, I don’t think we would have
had any issue defeating Kansas. It was a tough blow to the ladies, but we
have a rest day tomorrow to get ready to play Wellsville on January 23,
2017 at 6 pm.

Stats (I don’t have a complete record of stats for this game)
Cheyenne Dickerson: 2 points
Melissa Davis: 1 point
Elizabeth Harrison: 10 points, 1 steal
Delanzia Hayes: 18 points, 1 steal

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Oregon girls’ basketball

newspaper standings

CASCO

Willamette Valley Christian 7-1 league, 11-6 overall

Crosshill Christian 6-0 league, 11-6 overall

Perrydale 4-3 league, 8-5 overall

Falls City 2-3 league, 7-6 overall

Livingstone Adventist Academy 1-5 league, 1-5 overall

Jewell 0-4 league, 4-7 overall

Oregon School for the Deaf 0-4 league, 0-6 overall

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Oregon boys’ basketball

newspaper standings

CASCO LEAGUE

Perrydale 7-1 league, 11-3 overall

Crosshill Christian 6-1 league, 11-6 overall

Willamette Valley Christian 6-3 league, 11-7 overall

Livingstone Adventist Academy 5-3 league, 5-4 overall

Falls City 2-4 league, 7-7 overall

C.S. Lewis Academy 2-7 league, 4-10 overall

Jewell 1-5 league, 4-9 overall

Oregon School for the Deaf 0-5 league, 1-5 overall
 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 22, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Deaflympics media opportunities

— basketball updates

— Gallaudet updates

Deaf Sports Collections update
— rodeo career cut short
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 1/22/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/an-old-picture-of-gallaudet-in-football-huddle/

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Deaflympics media opportunities

Deaflympics Summer Games

Samsun, Turkey

July 18-30, 2017

Seeking TV media/production crew members for upcoming daily SportsDeaf TV
news coverage of Deaflympics Summer Games. We are seeking writers, signers
and video team members with passion and experience in media, writing, and
preferably knowledgeable in deaf sports for pre/during/post production:

Producer – Coordinate crew and all SportsDeaf coverage during Deaflympics.

Field Producer – Assistant to producer, coordinates crews at venues.
interviewing people, and responsible for social media.

Sports Writer(s) – Research, compile, write stories, attend events,
conduct interviews, write caption transcripts and social media photography.

Videographer/Editor(s) – Videography, edit all video contents, video
permissions, captioning, social media photography and social media
contents.

Video Technician/Production Support – Technical troubleshooting, merge
transcripts in final caption formats, provide technical support, works
both in studio and remote locations and social media photography.

Art Director – Create show look – logo, animation, presentation,
promotional videos.

Signer/Field Reporter(s) – Interviews and presents news stories in
International Sign.

Stipends or Internship

Starting dates varies by position, producer and writer(s) start advance
planning and research work. Costs of travel to Turkey, shared
accommodations and per diems will be arranged. We are open to paid
stipends or academic/community service arrangements.

Positions on the team will be filled on ongoing basis. For more
information, send cover letter, resume and sample of works to:
Deaflympics@h3world.tv

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Gallaudet updates

men’s swimming
Bison defeat Mustangs on Senior Day

women’s swimming
Bison honor four on Senior Day against Stevenson

women’s indoor track
GU women’s indoor track season gets underway at Orange and Maroon Classic

men’s indoor track
GU sprinters look strong early on during indoor season

women’s basketball
Smith’s 23 points not enough against NEAC’s top North Division team

men’s basketball
Gallaudet escapes grasp of Wildcats, 74-69

to read these stories, go to:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/

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Mid-American Basketball Classic at Ohio

January 20-21, 2017
Participating Schools
Ohio
Kentucky
West Virginia
Western Pennsylvania

Boys
WPSD 53, WVSD 22
Ohio 55, Kentucky 24
WPSD 61, Kentucky 32
Ohio 57, WVSD 17
Kentucky 47, WVSD 27
Ohio 52, WPSD 32

Records
Ohio 3-0 Mid-American Classic Champions
WPSD 2-1
Kentucky 1-2
WVSD 0-3

Girls
WPSD 40, WVSD 9
Kentucky 32, Ohio 15
Ohio 38, WVSD 7
Kentucky 32, WPSD 21
Kentucky 42, WVSD 16
WPSD 39, Ohio 9

Records
Kentucky 3-0 Mid-American Classic Champions
WPSD 2-1
Ohio 1-2
WVSD 0-3

Our heartfelt thanks go to all participating schools, athletes, coaches
and ADs for coming to our classic and make it possible.

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Florida football

Florida has ad some great football seasons in recent
years.

Florida never had any All-State honors.

Is it saying Florida football is not good enough?

Not really. There was a newspaper posting that said:

The Class 7A and 8A All-State teams will be released Monday. Only schools
that were eligible for the Florida High School Athletic Association
championships were considered for All-State selection, meaning St.
Joseph as well as the Florida School from the Deaf and the Blind
were ineligible for recognition.

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Kentucky girls’ basketball

January 20, 2017 – at Ohio School for the Deaf, Columbus

Mid-American Basketball Classic & OSD’s homecoming Weekend

Kentucky School for the Deaf 42
West Virginia School for the Deaf 16

KSD (5-9)  14  10  12  6
WVSD (0-7)  0  0  2  14

KSD: Zoe Andrews – 18, Keaura Davis – 4, Karly Bott – 6, Abriana Norris –
2, Zirthien Warmack – 2, Haylie Kircher – 6, Nia Ralston – 4.

WVSD: Eula Coffman – 4, Faith Grissinger – 2, Emily Debnar – 6, Emalee
Plumley – 4.

The game was already decided at half time. I am glad that all players on
team got to play some. We are so happy that we are undefeated for that
classic with the record of 3-0.

KSD – 16 steals and 19 rebounds

Haylie Kircher, 8th grader led the team with 9 rebounds.

Zoe Andrews – 3 steals.

Next game will be against Tennessee School for the Deaf on Thursday,
January 26th at Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf, Wilson. It
will be the 40th Annual Girls Mason-Dixon Basketball Tournament. We are
5th seed of the tournament. Tennessee is 4th seed. It will be a tough game
for us since TSD beat us last December at Viking Classic.

January 20, 2017 – at Ohio School for the Deaf, Columbus

Kentucky School for the Deaf 32
Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf 21

KSD (5-9)   9  7  4  12
WPSD (5-9) 8  2  4  4

KSD: Zoe Andrews – 20, Karly Bott – 4, Haylie Kircher – 6, Kaley Vickers –
2.

WPSD: C. Sloan – 7, A. Holme – 7, D. Fisher – 6, R. Smalley – 4.

The game was a hard battle. I am so proud of our girls for playing so hard
to keep our lead all the way in the game. Zoe Andrews played so great. I
think it was her best one.

KSD – 13 of 52 from insider the 3-pt line and 2 of 3 from beyond the 3-pt
line.

Kaley Vickers and Abriana Norris – 6 rebounds each

Abriana Norris – 7 steals.

Zoe Andrews – 7 out of 10 2-pt FG and 2 out of 3 3-pt FG.

Next game will be against West Virginia School for the Deaf at 2 pm on
Saturday, the 21st at Ohio School for the Deaf, Columbus.

January 20, 2017 – at Ohio School for the Deaf, Columbus

Kentucky School for the Deaf 32
Ohio School for the Deaf 15

KSD (4-9)   5  7  14  11
OSD (2-4) 3  5 4  4

KSD: Zoe Andrews – 7, Keaura Davis – 15, Karly Bott – 2, Kaley Vickers –
4, Jenna Pratt – 4.

OSD: Mierra Robinson – 4, Hannah Carter – 3, Nicole Greene – 8.

The first half we played so terrible. We were down by one point at the
half time. We began to play basketball in 2nd half. We scored 25 points in
2nd half which helped us to secure the win. Keaura scored 12 points in
half time which helped us to lead for the rest of the game!

KSD – 10 of 52 from insider the 3-pt line and 3 of 3 from beyond the 3-pt
line.

Jenna led in rebounds with 9. The team had 31 rebounds total.

Abriana Norris – 4 steals.

Next game will be against Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf at 8 am
on Saturday, the 21st at Ohio School for the Deaf, Columbus.

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Mid-American Classic at Ohio School for the Deaf

First game:

Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf 61, Kentucky School for the Deaf
32

Ky. School f/t Deaf                      3      11       9     9  -  32
Western PA School f/t Deaf     16     15     24     6 -  61

KY School f/t Deaf (1-10)- Irvin Herrera 18, Payne Yance 6, Mason
Biederman
2, John Collins 6.

Western PA School f/t Deaf (5-9)- Reeves 15, K. D’Amore 6, C. D’Amore 10,
Warke 3, Keracher 4, Gomez 2, Cross 10, Harclerode 11.

Irvin Herrera- 8 rebounds, 6 assists, 4 steals, 3 blocked shots

Mason Biederman and Payne Yance- 5 rebounds each

Second game:

Kentucky School for the Deaf 47, West Virginia School for the Deaf 27

WV School f/t Deaf       4       9     8     6 -   27
KY School f/t Deaf       12    13     8   14 -  47

West Va. School f/t Deaf (0-7)- Barrows 4, Boggess 2, Virts 4, Simmons 2,
Stamp 15.

KY School f/t Deaf (2-11)- Herrera 24, Yance 2, Biederman 16, Haynes 3,
Collins 2.

Mason Biederman- 8 of 12 from the field and 14 rebounds

Irvin Herrera- 9 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 steals

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Lexington boys’ basketball

LEX 46- PSD 35

Points: Harris (17)
Rebounds: A. Laikram (9)
                   J. Laikram (8)
Assists: Pavia (4)
Blocks: Laikram (2)
Steals: Harris (6)
             Salmon (5)

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Lexington Girls’ Basketball

January 20, 2017

Game # 9

Lexington at Pennsylvania School for the Deaf

LEX – 6 – 7 – 7 – 7 = 27
PSD – 6-12 -8 – 7 = 33

Halftime – PSD led 18 – 13

C. Slade – 8 pts, 2 rebounds
A. Dawkins – 7 pts, 3 rebounds, 1 block
H. De La Rosa – 5 pts, 1 assist, 1 block
G. Zheng – 4 pts,4 rebounds, 3 steals, 1 block
Y. Garcia – 1 pt, 4 rebounds, 1 assist
K. Maciejewski – 2 pts, 4 rebounds

Varsity Record : 6-3

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Missouri boys’ basketball

Missouri School for the Deaf                 14    13    12    17       
56
Michigan School for the Deaf                 2      10    16    21      
49

Missouri
Scotty Percy -    18 points
SteQuan Scott- 15 points
Mikal Meriwether 14 points
Marcus Smith -   4 points
Dacota Pierson  and Jeremy Flores -  2 points each

Record 4 won and 2 Lost

Michigan
K. Jones 25 points
D. Collins 11 points

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Missouri girls’ basketball

Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles January 20, 2017:

This evening we played the Michigan School for the Deaf Lady Tartars. We
won our game 51-19 making our record 1-3. We played an outstanding game!
Everything we have been working on all season finally came together. We
still had some trouble making shots fall. We had a large number of shots
that were so close but bounced out. Our shooting in the paint has improved
remarkably, though. I am proud of that. We have spent many hours working
on layups. During the game we remained upbeat and just had fun playing
basketball. I really have to commend the comradery on this team. The
chemistry is impeccable. They make my job as a coach easy because we are
all on the same page and are able to communicate almost telepathically. I
couldn’t ask for a better group of ladies to coach. Each of our players
also scored tonight which is the first time that has happened for us. That
was incredible! Unfortunately, the only stats I was given for the night
was the total points for each player. Tyra Ro
gers had 4; Cheyenne Dickerson had 11; Melissa Davis had 5; Elizabeth
Harrison was our high scorer with 19; and Delanzia Hayes had 12. We are
looking forward to our Homecoming game at 6p on January 21, 2017 against
Kansas School for the Deaf.

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Western Pennylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 37 – OSD 9

Records
6 Won and 8 lost

WPSD 21 – KSD 32

Record
5 won and 9 lost
 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 21, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Deaflympics media opportunities

— basketball updates

Deaf Sports Collections update
— a deaf woman player in national hearing tournament
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 1/21/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/deaf-baseball-player-wearing-famous-uniform/

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Deaflympics media opportunities

Deaflympics Summer Games

Samsun, Turkey

July 18-30, 2017

Seeking TV media/production crew members for upcoming daily SportsDeaf TV
news coverage of Deaflympics Summer Games. We are seeking writers, signers
and video team members with passion and experience in media, writing, and
preferably knowledgeable in deaf sports for pre/during/post production:

Producer – Coordinate crew and all SportsDeaf coverage during Deaflympics.

Field Producer – Assistant to producer, coordinates crews at venues.
interviewing people, and responsible for social media.

Sports Writer(s) – Research, compile, write stories, attend events,
conduct interviews, write caption transcripts and social media photography.

Videographer/Editor(s) – Videography, edit all video contents, video
permissions, captioning, social media photography and social media
contents.

Video Technician/Production Support – Technical troubleshooting, merge
transcripts in final caption formats, provide technical support, works
both in studio and remote locations and social media photography.

Art Director – Create show look – logo, animation, presentation,
promotional videos.

Signer/Field Reporter(s) – Interviews and presents news stories in
International Sign.

Stipends or Internship

Starting dates varies by position, producer and writer(s) start advance
planning and research work. Costs of travel to Turkey, shared
accommodations and per diems will be arranged. We are open to paid
stipends or academic/community service arrangements.

Positions on the team will be filled on ongoing basis. For more
information, send cover letter, resume and sample of works to:
Deaflympics@h3world.tv

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Mid-American Basketball Classic at Ohio

1/20/17

Girls:
WPSD 40, WVSD 9
Kentucky 32, Ohio 15

Boys:
WPSD 53, WVSD 22
Ohio 55, Kentucky 24

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Florida girls’ basketball

Florida 46
Taylor 17

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Fremont girls’ basketball

January 19

CSD 62
Averroes 12

Averroes is a new school that opened in 2014, second year of basketball
program.

Record: 10-7
After College Prep on Jan 24, we will have seven consecutive league games
to close out the season.

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Iowa Girls Basketball

Lost to Lewis Central 58-17
Record now 0-13

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Ohio School for the Deaf 55, Kentucky School for the Deaf 24

KY School f/t Deaf          1       7     5    11 -  24
Ohio School f/t Deaf       14      15    13    13 -  55

KY School f/t Deaf (1-10)- Irvin Herrera 24.

Ohio School f/t Deaf (3-5)- Mason Zarjaczkouski 5, Donald Preston 9,
Cameron Jackson 6, Noah Beyers-Hermsen 4, Zack Collins 23, Kayden Williams
6, Amin Ali 2.

KSD- 3 of 18 from inside the three-point line and 5 of 24 from beyond the
three-point line

Irvin Herrera- 5 three-pointers, 12 rebounds

Gerod Haynes- 2 steals

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Maryland Girls at Greater Grace Christian Academy

                1    2    3    4     Total
GGCA  -   2  19   9   10  =  40
MSD -     14  13   6   20  =  53

Halftime: MSD led 27 to 21

MSD ORIOLES

Em. Beldon: 18 points, 4 rebounds, 8 assists

E. Wood-Jacobowitz: 4 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 assists

K. Lewis: 8 points, 2 rebounds

C. Perry: 19 points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals

R. Guettler: 2 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 block

B. Bonheyo: 4 points, 5 rebounds, 5 steals, 1 assist

Ern. Beldon: 2 rebounds, 2 assists

Team FG: 21
Team 3 FG: 0
Team FT: 11-16

GREATER GRACE

R. Gordon: 2 points
H. Lynch: 8 points
J. Chandler: 18 points
Joy Chandler: 2 points
M. Weyer: 10 points

Team FG: 11
Team 3 FG: 3 (Weyer – 3)
Team FT: 9-11

Record: 16 – 2

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Mississippi basketball

Girls’ game

Bogue Chitto 58, Mississippi 38

Kylisha Cathey, 12 points
Alexis Roberts, 10 points

Record: 12-1

Boys’ game

Bogue Chitto 66, Mississippi 39

Kenmarkis Meeks, 15 points

Record: 5-8

Next Game: January 26-28, 2017

Girls at Mason Dixon BB Tourney in North Carolina (Eastern)

Boys at Mason Dixon BB Tourney in Louisiana

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

Thursday, Jan 19 at NCSD

Carolina International    17   16   13   28-74
NCSD                                     13   15   11   11-50

Last home game of the season

Team record is 6-4.

Next game is at Mason Dixon tournament on Thursday at 6:15  against winner
of FSDB and Kentucky SD at Louisiana SD.

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Today (1/20/17), Lexington School for the Deaf came and challenged us. It
was a hot game, and we were leading in first half! But in second half, we
made too many mistakes and crashed a little. The important thing was that
they NEVER GIVE UP! They tried to caught up at end of 4th quarter but it
was too late.

The score was 44 to 35.

Nasir Ford lead the team with 19 points, 4 rebounds and 2 steals. Jacob
Cross assisted with 13 points, 6 rebounds, and 2 assists. Jordan tried to
help with 1 point and 1 rebound but been all over the court with his
aggressive defense.

The PSD boys has improved greatly on defense, and we will continue working
on offense and will be ready for our next game on Monday (1/23/17) at CAP,
and also have a road trip to ASD (American School for the Deaf) on this
Friday (1/27/17). It will be a long week for us but hopefully we will
improve with teamwork!

Thank you for coming and watch PSD games!!

Our record is 1-8.

LETS GO PANTHERS!!!

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

Today, 1/20/17 we played against to Lexington School for the Deaf. Our
girls played good start and aggressive in the game before halftime. We
were
leading 5 points at halftime. We explained about defensive and little
offensive change. They play a big lead in 3rd quarter until one player
fouls out in the 4th quarter. Our girls played hard, aggressive, never
give
up a fight to stay leading until at the end. Lexington tries to continue
to
catch our score, but our girls continue a fight to stay leading. *We WON*.
We are very proud of our girls. Gia got 10 points first high career also
Natalya got 8 points. Yasmean got 10 points and 12 rebounds.  The whole
team played the great game today. We love how our girls played fire and
passion at the game.

Our final score is 33-27

Our record is 5-3

Next game on Monday, 1/24/17,  we will play Away Game vs CAP. Support our
Girls Panthers. When you see them tell them good luck and play hard.

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Rochester girls’ basketball

What a game!  We played Destiny yesterday and what a wild game!  There
were
so many fouls called that the game went on for 2 hours and 15 minutes! 
Two
of the Destiny players fouled out and 1 from RSD.  Every time RSD would
take the lead somehow Destiny would find a way to answer.  With their
height advantage we were giving up several shots from inside the paint.
The game was close and with under a minute left Destiny took a 35-36 lead.
The wildcats had the ball and Courtney Gentzke drove the lane and
attempted
to shoot when she was once again hacked by one of the Destiny players.
Courtney went to line and missed the first one but came back and sank the
one that counted to put us into overtime!  The overtime period was all RSD
and Gentzke!  Courtney scored 8 points in the final 4 minutes to secure
the
wildcat victory 44-40 and the crowd erupted!

Courtney finished with 29 points and 7 rebounds while McKenna Girod
chipped
in 7 points for the victory.  Working hard on the the boards were Julia
Ott
and Neriyah McPherson.  Credit goes out to Diane Ward as she took a hit to
her lip and came right back in game.

We are 3-6 on the season

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Rochester boys’ basketball

Rochester Boys

We were playing against Hope Hall last Tuesday. We were struggling at
beginning of the game but we managed to make some adjustments and won the
game 44-30.

HH      30
RSD   44

Bode Aggas – 26 points, 8 rebounds and 5 steals
Thomas Coates – 8 points, 8 steals and 8 rebounds
Tre Vaughn – 7 points, 13 rebounds and 2 blocks

Overall Record: 5-4

Here we come AGAIN! Destiny! We lost to them on our second game of the
season by two points. Unfortunately, a day before game day we only had six
players practicing with us due to many of them being sick!! On game day,
we
only had seven players and some players had their first-time experience
being a starter in the game. We started off slow in first quarter and
Destiny outscored us 24-6. The important part was that our boys didn’t
give
up at all and keep fighting throughout the game. This is what we (coaches)
are proud of them most. They kept fighting and tried the best they could.
In the second, third and fourth quarters, the score is mostly even (13-12,
10-13, 10-14). At least we won the second quarter over Destiny but they
secured the second victory over us this year. We will pay them back next
year! :)

DES     24      12       13       14       63
RSD     6        13       10       10       39

Thomas Coates – TRIPLE-DOUBLE! 20 points, 14 steals and 10 rebounds
Bode Aggas – DOUBLE-DOUBLE! 12 points and 10 rebounds

Overall Record: 5-5

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Texas basketball

Girls vs. Brentwood, lost 42-36. Now 20-6.
Boys vs. Brentwood, won 50-47 on a buzzer-beating shot!  Now 17-5.

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 40 – WVSD 9

5-8 record

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

@ Cheswick Christian

WPSD 30 – CC 72

Record 3 – 9, League 1 – 5

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Wisconsin basketball

WSD Girls won 53-48 over Rock County

Record 5-6

WSD boys lost to Rock County 64-72

Record 5-7

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 20, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

………………………………..

Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Deaflympics media opportunities

— basketball updates

— wrestling update

— a football update

Deaf Sports Collections update
— a curling surprise
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 1/20/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/long-time-deaf-pitcher-in-japan-minor-league-baseball/

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Deaflympics media opportunities

Deaflympics Summer Games

Samsun, Turkey

July 18-30, 2017

Seeking TV media/production crew members for upcoming daily SportsDeaf TV
news coverage of Deaflympics Summer Games. We are seeking writers, signers
and video team members with passion and experience in media, writing, and
preferably knowledgeable in deaf sports for pre/during/post production:

Producer – Coordinate crew and all SportsDeaf coverage during Deaflympics.

Field Producer – Assistant to producer, coordinates crews at venues.
interviewing people, and responsible for social media.

Sports Writer(s) – Research, compile, write stories, attend events,
conduct interviews, write caption transcripts and social media photography.

Videographer/Editor(s) – Videography, edit all video contents, video
permissions, captioning, social media photography and social media
contents.

Video Technician/Production Support – Technical troubleshooting, merge
transcripts in final caption formats, provide technical support, works
both in studio and remote locations and social media photography.

Art Director – Create show look – logo, animation, presentation,
promotional videos.

Signer/Field Reporter(s) – Interviews and presents news stories in
International Sign.

Stipends or Internship

Starting dates varies by position, producer and writer(s) start advance
planning and research work. Costs of travel to Turkey, shared
accommodations and per diems will be arranged. We are open to paid
stipends or academic/community service arrangements.

Positions on the team will be filled on ongoing basis. For more
information, send cover letter, resume and sample of works to:
Deaflympics@h3world.tv

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Alabama basketball

Alabama

Thursday,  January 19, 2017

Fayetteville 58  ASD Lady Warriors 34

Season record:  3 – 14

ASD Silent Warriors 62  Fayetteville 40

Season record: 8 – 9

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Eastern North Carolina basketball

ENCSD BBALL Boys won 69-60 vs HSTS (haliwa-Saponi tribal)

 No game for ENCSD girls team

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Florida boys’ basketball

Never underestimate the power of SENIOR NIGHT and playing in front of a
HOME CROWD!!!  We avenged a 20-point loss to Halifax Academy earlier this
season with a 48-46 win!!  We played far from a perfect game, but there is
no question that we played with
PASSION!
We used a very balanced scoring attack with 4 players scoring between 9-11
points to roar back from a 8-18 1st quarter deficit.
This is a great win for our team to close the regular season.  We will be
going to Louisiana next week to play in the Mason Dixon Tournament.  We
are the #7 seed in the 11-school region.  I will share more details about
the tournament next week.

Season record: 6-12

Next game: 1/26 at MD Tourney in Louisiana.

We lost a nail biter to Taylor HS (Pierson) last night 58-61.  We had beat
them earlier this season in a wild 78-70 win in which we furiously came
back from a 13-point halftime deficit.  Last night, the roles were kind of
reversed.  We trailed at
halftime 24-26, but had an excellent 3rd quarter to put us up 44-38 to
start the 4th quarter.

Taylor played excellent ball in the last few minutes of the game to tie
the score up at 58.  They had possession of the ball with 15 seconds left
and held onto the ball for the last shot.  Finally with about 5 seconds
left their guy heaved a 35 footer.
One of our players challenged the shot, but was close enough to give the
referee an opportunity to call a foul.  It doesnt matter if everyone in
the gym thought he didnt touch him (literally, the other coach mouthed to
me “he didnt foul him”), the one
person that it mattered to made the call.

That guy calmly sinked all 3 free throws.  We had a decent look for a 3 to
tie but missed.  I’m hoping that this kind of game will prepare us for
Mason Dixon.

Tonight is SENIOR NIGHT and our last home game of the season.

Season record: 5-12

1/19 SENIOR NIGHT home vs Halifax 7pm

Hello.  I just got word from our Conference Commissioner that the North
Florida Conference has announced the all-tournament team from our
tournament last weekend in Gainesville.

Congratulations to these FSDB student-athletes!!

Congratulations to Oak Hall girls and St. Francis boys for being crowned 
the 2017 champions of the North Florida Basketball Conference! 
Congratulations, also, to the All Tournament Teams from last weekend’s
Conference Tournament!
 
Boys-
Chance Mayo — Oak Hall
Mike Dishman – St Joseph’s
Anthony Wallace — FSDB
Austin Mayo – SJCD
Matt Salter -  Robert F Munroe
Gatlin Nennstiel – Aucilla Christian
 
Girls-
Kayla Mansell – SJA
Jordan Cox – OHS
Megan Lockner – FSDB
Hannah Reese – SJCDS
Kendall Sage – SJCDS
Camryn Grant-ACA
Cali Burkett-ACA
Emily Boehlein – SFCA
Dalia Fanous-SFCA
Delaney Kaklamanos-JP II
Olivia Piazza – JP II

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Florida girls’ basketball

vs. Taylor

Last night we came out strong for senior night. We are graduating 7
seniors this year; 5 players and 2 managers. The girls pulled together
everything we have been working on all season. Our passing was beautiful
and our 3 point shots were dropping
perfectly. My only critique is that we are continuing to struggle with
boxing out and grabbing rebounds. Next week we head to North Carolina for
Mason Dixon.

Joline Durand – 2pts
Taria Pellicer – 6pts, 1 steal
Destinee Harpe – 9pts, 1 steal, 1 assist, 1 rebound
La’Terria Hampton – 8pts, 1 assist, 5 rebounds
Yasmine Lee – 1 steal, 2 blocks, 4 rebounds
Samantha Suarez – 1 steal, 2 rebounds
Megan Lockner – 10 pts, 1 steal, 1 assist, 12 rebounds
Aries Brewer – 2 pts, 2 steals, 1 assist, 1 rebound
Lourdine Jordonne – 9 pts, 1 steal, 12 rebounds

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Fremont girls’ basketball

January 10 (League Game)

CSD 53
Holy Names 52

Record: 7-5, League 2-0

Clerc Classic

Pool A, Game 1
CSD 38
Model 27

Pool A, Game 2
CSD 17
Maryland 52

Third/Fourth place game
CSD 30
Indiana 32

Record: 8-7
Sophomores Jade Dawson and Malia Zornoza were named All-Tournament at
Clerc Classic. With 22 rebounds against Model, Malia broke a 17-year old
school record of 21 rebounds in a game set by CSD Athletics Hall of Fame
member Dyan Kovcas in 1990.

January 18

CSD 52
Ygnacio Valley 49

Record: 9-7

9 games remaining on our schedule including 7 league games.

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Illinois football

ISD is mentioned in this link at:
http://www.journalstandard.com/sports/20170118/movement-to-8-man-football-intrigues-aquin

also at:
http://www.rrstar.com/sports/20170118/matt-trowbridge-christian-life-moves-to-8-man-football-others-may-follow

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Horizon Christian 59
Indiana Deaf 64

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Kansas boys’ basketball

Kaloupek

6

6

14

14

40

Kansas Deaf

11

9

10

18

48

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Junior – 25 points, 11 rebounds

Aryzona Marsh, Senior – 14 points, 2 rebounds

*Team Total FG: *21-41
*Team Total 3FG: *1 (Jaeden Rolofson)
*Team Total FT: *5-12

*Record:* 8-1

Our next game will be against Michigan Deaf on Saturday, January 21st at
Missouri at 10:00AM.

Our next second game will be against Missouri Deaf on Saturday, January
21st
at Missouri at 7:00PM.

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Lexington wrestling

January  14, 2017, Saturday. 9:30am

Sorenson Memorial Wrestling Tournament @ Long Island Lutheran, Brookville
N.Y.

Congratulation to Hauppauge won the Tournament!

Lexington came in 7th place out of 10 teams. We only have 4 wrestlers.

147 Sankanu (Lex) defeats Hudson (Collegiate) (fall 5:44)

147 Longo (Port Jefferson) defeats Sankanu (Lex) (Tech. 0-15)

147 Blunnie (Shoreham-Wading River) defeats Sankanu (Lex) (fall 0:36)        
5th place

154 Martinez (Lex) defeats Slezak (Long Island Lutheran ) (fall 1:33)

154 Murphy (Port Jefferson) defeats Martinez (Lex) (decision 2-15)

154 Martinez (Lex) defeats Peddie (Salesian) (overtime decision 8-7)

154 Patel (Lex) defeats Martinez (Lex) (Injury)                                                    
4th place

154 Smith (Happauge) defeats Patel (Lex) (fall 0:49)

154 Patel (Lex) defeats Slezak (Long Island Lutheran) (fall 4:15)

154 Patel  (Lex) defeats Martinez (Lex) (Injury default)                                      
3rd place

184 Diaz (Lex) defeats Chanax (Martin Luther) (fall 2:54)

184 Diaz (Lex) defeats Josh (Collegiate) (fall 0:54)

184 Condon (Shoreham-Wading River) defeats Diaz (Lex) (Tech. 0-15)            
2nd place

Next away game will be on January 27th at Storm King  (Cornwall N.Y)

Next away game will be on January 31th at Martin Luther (Maspeth N.Y)

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Maryland girls’ basketball

                1    2    3    4     Total
Fairfax -  12  19  13  15  =  59
MSD -     13  11   8    6   =  38

Halftime: Fairfax led 31 to 24

MSD ORIOLES

Em. Beldon: 6 points, 5 rebounds, 8 assists, 1 block
R. Guettler: 3 points, 2 rebounds
K. Lewis: 7 points, 10 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 assist
C. Perry: 18 points, 10 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 block
B. Bonheyo: 2 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 block
A. Cohen: 2 rebounds
Ern. Beldon: 1 rebound, 1 steal, 3 assists
T. Harris: 2 points, 1 steal

Team FG: 15
Team 3 FG: 0
Team FT: 8 – 17

FAIRFAX HAWKS

Oliver – 18 points
Ciola – 6 points
Lawler – 15 points
Grose – 1 point
Cassell – 16 points
Currey – 3 points

Team FG:  21
Team 3 FG:  4 (Lawler, Cassell – 3)
Team FT:  5 – 8

Record: 15 – 2

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Game #15

January 19, 2017

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Fairfax Hawks

             1      2      3     4  =  Total
MSD -  18   14     15   13 =   60
FH    -   9    14     12     6 =   41

Halftime:  MSD led 32-23

MSD ORIOLES
Esteban Kovacs – 7 points, 3 rebounds
John Werner, Jr. – 21 points, 6 assists, 3 rebounds, 3 steals
Egan Seremeth – 4 points, 5 rebounds
Bobga Tete – 2 points, 4 steals, 3 rebounds
Austin Latin – 3 steals
Stefan Anderson – 11 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists
Brady Perry – 2 points, 7 rebounds
Jason Werner – 10 points, 3 assists
Eric Long – 3 points, 4 rebounds

Team Total FG:  25
Team Total 3FG:  3 (Werner, Jr. 2, Kovacs)
Team Total FT:  7-16

FAIRFAX HAWKS

Jacob Twaddell – 7 points
Patrick Maloy – 11 points
Forrest Meyer – 2 points
Jimmy Dunseath – 2 points
Michael Deck – 6 points
Joe Ciola – 3 points
Jack Zwerneman – 4 points
James Laing – 6 points

Team Total FG:  18
Team Total 3FG:  1 (Maloy)
Team Total FT:  4-8

Record:  12-3

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Missouri girls’ basketball

Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles January 19, 2017:

This evening we played the Community R-VI Lady Trojans. We lost 9-43
making our record 0-3. We have a tough week this week because we have
games four days in a row. Tonight was only night two but it was already
showing. We were still tired from last night’s game and a little sore
which really affected our playing in the first half. Our goal for the
night was to get each player to score. While we gave it our all, we were
unable to reach that goal tonight. We DID however, have each player steal
the ball at least once! The Trojans had everything going for them; a long
bench, lots of height, and terrific defense. All of that factored in left
us scoring only a free throw the entire first half. The score was 1-29 at
halftime. They put lots of pressure on us and we were not putting up good
shots. Our halftime pep talk was just, “Go have fun!” Our game play
significantly improved in the second half. We scored four points in each
of the last two quarters giving us our final score of 9
. We also cut our team fouls down to having only one in the second half
verses the five we had the first half. Each of the girls had something
they did incredibly well tonight. Elizabeth Harrison was great at moving
around and getting open. Delanzia Hayes was very aggressive and got her
hands on the ball a lot. Cheyenne Dickerson was an exceptional support
player; she saw the entire floor and filled in wherever the team needed
without needing instruction to do so. She also blocked a shot which she
was shocked but proud of. Tyra Rogers was wonderful at handling the ball!
We had her in the point guard position for part of second quarter and all
of third quarter. Her confidence is building and she moved the ball
wherever the defense wasn’t. And finally Melissa Davis. Melissa is so much
fun to coach. She has had experience in each position, but this year we
have her mainly as a post player. While she only managed to get two
rebounds tonight, her skills at blocking out the other team are
phenomenal! I would also like to give a shout out to Community R-VI as
they were extremely patient, hospitable, and considerate to us. They were
aware of the fact that we only have 5 players and were very helpful to our
ladies.

We are gearing up to play against Michigan School for the Deaf on January
20, 2017 at 6pm.

Stats
Tyra Rogers: 1 rebound, 1 steal
Cheyenne Dickerson: 2 points, 1 rebound, 1 steal, 1 blocked shot
Melissa Davis: 2 rebounds, 1 steal
Elizabeth Harrison: 2 points, 4 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 blocked shot
Delanzia Hayes: 5 points, 5 rebounds, 4 steals, 1 blocked shot

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Missouri boys’ basketball

MSD                     13    11   13  8 = 45
Comm R6            8     10    9  15= 42

MSD
STeQuan Scott shot 17 points and grabbed 9 rebounds.
miKal Meriwether tipped 12 points and grabbed 6 rebounds.
Marcus Smith shot 8 points
Scotty Percy tipped 8 points and  grabbed 5 rebounds.

Record 3 won and  2 lost .

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*RISD Boys Basketball*

Rhode Island School for the Deaf’s boys basketball team played host to
Times Square Academy in Coastal Prep League play this evening. This team
is
definitely one of the most fastest and athletic team in our league and it
showed in the first half as they jumped straight into a half-court press
press and was able to stake themselves a 28-point halftime lead. Our
Roosters were able to beat their press more successfully in the second
half, drawing more fouls (and converting these free throws), and more of
our three-point attempts were successful. Times Squared Academy would win
by the final score of 74-36.

TSA -   39   35  – 74
RISD -  11   25  – 36

*RISD*
Ariel Gonzalez – SR – 14 Points
Junito Diaz – SR – 8 Points
Timothy Jallah – FR – 6 Points
Juan Fernandez – SO – 6 Points
Jayden Elias – 8th – 2 Points

*RISD Boys Basketball Record:* 0-12 (0-7 CPL)
*Next Game:* Saturday, January 21st vs. Block Island School (11:00 A.M.)

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

SCSDB – 9 4 2  13-28
Ware Shoals- 12 15 5 13-45
SCSDB – 1-7

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St Marys’ boys basketball

St. Mary’s Boy’s basketball game against Park JV

Today’s game was forfeit I guess….other team didn’t show!  Very
frustrated!

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Tennessee basketball

boys and girls games forfeit defeats

Berean Christian and Cosby

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Virginia basketball

The Virginia Cardinals hosted Afton Christian School in their final home
game of the season. It was Senior night where India Fuller, Thania Garcia-
Ramires, Tiona Johnson and Anaizha Thompson were recognized for their
contributions to the girls basketball program. The girls finished the
regular season winning 32 – 17. Season record is 8 and 4.

Three senior boys were recognized for their contributions Austin Molitor,
Sean Walker and Malcolm Manns. The Cardinals were led by Tishawn Manning’s
16 points but fell to Afton Christian 27 – 37. Season record is 4 and 10.
Both teams will be participating in the Annual Mason-Dixon Tournaments
January 26,27 & 28. The girls will travel to Eastern North Carolina in
Wilson, NC with the boys traveling to Baton Rouge, LA at the Louisiana
School for the Deaf.

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Washington basketball

WSD Girls vs. Columbia Adventist; Boys vs. Evergreen

Lady Terriers 25 vs. Columbia Adventist 46
WSD – 2-9-2-12
Record 3-3 (League 0-1)
Ashantay Truong – 8
Adele Giles – 2
Salina Lozier
Emma McKinney
Lexie DiCapua
Brandy Pietsch – 13
Annie Kvamme
Jessane Rogers
Kelly Gutierrez – 2
Ashley Balcazar
Maya Schaut
Etasha Stone

CAA – 14-13-13-7

Terriers 28 vs. Evergreen 71
WSD – 12-12-4-0
Record 0-6 (League 0-2)
Cristian Martinez-White – 6
Ricardo Pineda
Juan Gayton-Arroyo
Taylor Payne – 15
John Smart
Josh Marvel
Wylee Rogers – 3
Osvaldo Cruz
Bladi Tuburcio – 4
Kyle Culmer
Adam Arntzen
Ramon Varaja

EGHS – 13-22-20-16

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 28 – Cheswick 38

Points
Alyssa Hulme -15
Ryane Smalley -7
Cheyenne Sloan – 2
Danielle Fisher – 2
Cassie Friday – 2

Rebounds
Alyssa Hulme – 11
Danielle Fisher – 5
Ryane Smalley – 3
Rosie Santucci – 2
Cheyenne Sloan – 2
Cassie Friday – 1
Olivia Larson – 1

Assistant
Danielle Fisher – 4
Alyssa Hulme – 2
Ryane Smalley – 1

Steal
Alyssa Hulme – 5
Cheyenne Sloan – 3
Ryane Smalley – 3
Danielle Fisher – 2
Cassie Friday – 1

Block
Ryane Smalley -1

4 won – 8 lost

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

@ Plants & Pillars

WPSD 31 – P&P 38

C. D’Amore – 15 points
B. Gomez – 11 points

Record 3 – 8, League 1 – 4
 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 19, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

 

 

— Deaflympics media opportunities

— basketball updates

— Gallaudet alumni basketball day

 

 

Deaf Sports Collections update
— US Open, women’s golf, deaf twice qualifier
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 1/19/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/the-five-gallaudet-1943-basketball-championship-iron-men/

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Deaflympics media opportunities

Deaflympics Summer Games

Samsun, Turkey

July 18-30, 2017

Seeking TV media/production crew members for upcoming daily SportsDeaf TV
news coverage of Deaflympics Summer Games. We are seeking writers, signers
and video team members with passion and experience in media, writing, and
preferably knowledgeable in deaf sports for pre/during/post production:

Producer – Coordinate crew and all SportsDeaf coverage during Deaflympics.

Field Producer – Assistant to producer, coordinates crews at venues.
interviewing people, and responsible for social media.

Sports Writer(s) – Research, compile, write stories, attend events,
conduct interviews, write caption transcripts and social media photography.

Videographer/Editor(s) – Videography, edit all video contents, video
permissions, captioning, social media photography and social media
contents.

Video Technician/Production Support – Technical troubleshooting, merge
transcripts in final caption formats, provide technical support, works
both in studio and remote locations and social media photography.

Art Director – Create show look – logo, animation, presentation,
promotional videos.

Signer/Field Reporter(s) – Interviews and presents news stories in
International Sign.

Stipends or Internship

Starting dates varies by position, producer and writer(s) start advance
planning and research work. Costs of travel to Turkey, shared
accommodations and per diems will be arranged. We are open to paid
stipends or academic/community service arrangements.

Positions on the team will be filled on ongoing basis. For more
information, send cover letter, resume and sample of works to:
Deaflympics@h3world.tv

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Gallaudet basketball

GUAA 21st Annual Alumni Basketball Madness set for Saturday, Feb. 4

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University Office of Alumni Relations and
Athletics Department is proud to announce the 21st annual Alumni
Basketball Madness Day that will be held on Saturday, February 4, starting
at 10:30 a.m. in the Field House.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/news/2016-17/guaabballmadness

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American girls’ basketball

American School for the Deaf Varsity Girls Basketball Team lost our home
game against Cornerstone Christian.  The score was 15 to 38. Our record is
8-2

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American boys’ basketbal

American School for the Deaf Varsity Boys Basketball played against
Cornerstone Christian School, one of tough opponent. Our boys came out and
played well in the first half and 2 point lead into halftime. We started
falling apart after halftime and Cornerstone played well and maintaining
control of the game. Final score- 39-57.

We have to learn to bounce back from tough game and get ready for next
week.

Record 8-2.

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Arkansas basketball

Arkansas School for the Deaf VS Ridgway Christian  2/17/17

JRV BOY Lost to Ridgway – 4 to 41

Arkansas Leopards Ladies

Leopards Ladies Beat Ridgway – 34 to 27

Sara Dobbs – 15 Points, 7 rebounds, 2 Assists and 3 Steals
Mikka Coburn – 12 Points, 18 Rebounds, 1 Block and 4 Steals
Alerys Henriquez – 4 Points 2 Rebounds, and 2 Steals
Cieara Williams – 3 Points, 21 Rebounds, and 1 Steal

Arkansas Leopards Men

ASD Leopards Boys lost to Ridgway – 23 to 44

Henry James III – 10 Points, 3 Rebounds, 1 Assist and 1 Steal
Shaq’ke Robinson – 5 Points, 5 Rebounds, and 2 Assists
Ethan Pompeo – 3 Points, 2 rebounds, 1 Block and 1 steal
Jamarian Sisson – 2 Points, 1 Rebound
David Merriman – 2 Points, 6 Rebounds, and 1 Block

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Lexington Girls’ Basketball

January 18, 2017

Game # 8

New Jersey School for the Deaf at Lexington

NJSD – 4 – 4 – 9 – 6 = 23
LEX  – 11 – 8-10 – 6 = 35

Halftime – LEX led 19 – 8

A. Dawkins – 18 pts, 2 rebounds, 2 steals
C. Slade     -   4 pts, 2 steals, 2 blocks
Y. Garcia    -   4 pts, 3 rebounds, 2 steals
G. Zheng   -   2 pts, 3 rebounds, 3 assists
D. Flores   -   2 pts, 2 rebounds, 3 steals
K. Maciejewski – 1 pt, 9 rebounds
M. Tun       - 2 pts, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals, 1 block
H. De La Rosa – 2 pts, 2 assists, 2 steals, 1 block

Varsity Record : 6 – 2

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Lexington boys’ basketball

New Jersey 28 Lexington 37

East Elmhurst, N. Y. – New Jersey is still a young team but they showed
surge in 2nd half not giving up at all. We just got carried away in 2nd
half and allowed the Colts run the show. It was a strange game as we were
not sure what to do in 2nd half after leading 22-2 at halftime. Our
defense made a lot of errors in 2nd half. We had one of the best defense
of the season in the 1st half then just tumbled away in 2nd half.

Stats Leaders:
Points: Steve Salmon (19)
Rebounds: Jordan Laikram (9)
Assists: Steve Salmon (2)
Blocked Shots: Jordan Laikram (2)
Steals: Steve Salmon (9)

Box Score:
New Jersey            0      2    9   17  =  28
Lexington            16      6    3   12  =  37

Season Record: 4-6 (Deaf Schools: 3-3)

Next Game: Friday, January 20th at Pennsylvania (PSD) at 4:00 PM.

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

MPS Galloping Ghosts traveled to Waltham,MA to take on non league opponent
Chapel Hill-Chauncey Hall. We started with good lead and had control in
whole game. In ending we had several miscues and we managed to won the
game 38-36.

Kacey Monahan 16 points, 9 rebounds 3 blocks

Dylan Christoffels 10 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal

Jorge Lara 6 points and very stellar defense performance!

Record: 9-0 Next game our league opponent @ Boston University Academy 1/23
Monday 5:15pm

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Missouri boys’ basketball

                  1      2       3      4        total
MSD                14    8       8      18       48
Jamestown JV      6       8      7       4          25

MSD
Scotty Percy tipped 18 points and grabbed 8 rebounds.
Mikal Meriwether tipped 10 points and grabbed 11 rebounds.
SteQuan Scott shot 8 points and 6 assists.
Marcus Smith shot 8 points and 2 assists.
Dacota Pierson made 4 points.

Record 2 won and 2 lost

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Missouri girls’ basketball

Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles January 18, 2017:

Tonight we played the Jamestown Eagles. We lost 20-51 making our record
0-2. We got more shots put up today but had more trouble getting them to
fall. Our fouling was better under control than our first game so that is
an improvement. We were a bit shaky the first half. We had a hard time
keeping control of the ball. The score was 15-26 at halftime. In third
quarter, Jamestown had a 15-0 run. We didn’t get a single point that
quarter which really hurt us. In fourth quarter we did much better. Tyra
Rogers had a fantastic game today! She was by far my best defender
throughout the game. She is only 5’1″ but her floor presence makes her
seem 6 feet tall. I look forward to enhancing her game. Our next game is
January 19, 2017 against Community R-VI at 6 pm.

Stats
Tyra Rogers: 2 points, 1 rebound, 1 steal
Cheyenne Dickerson: 4 points, 3 rebounds
Melissa Davis: 6 rebounds, 1 steal
Elizabeth Harrison: 4 points, 5 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 blocked shots
Delanzia Hayes: 10 points, 1 steal, 1 blocked shot

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Ohio Basketball

1/12/17- Boys
Village Academy 46
OSD 36
Record: 2-5

1/18/16- Girls
OSD 23
St. Rita 16
Record: 2-3

We host homecoming 2017 and Mid-American Basketball Classic this coming
weekend (Jan. 20-21) with Kentucky, West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania
participating in round robin format.

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*RISD Girls Basketball*

Coming off our first win yesterday, our Rhode Island School for the Deaf
girls’ basketball team played host to Blackstone Valley Prep. Both teams
got off to a slow start as the shots did not find the basket for the first
several minutes. Then our Roosters finally started to find open passing
lanes inside the paint and successfully converted those passes into points
as we closed out the first half with a 12-0 run while playing lockdown
defense. The second half saw both teams trade baskets back and forth as
RISD was able to hold their first half lead en route to a 27-16 victory.
Jackie Perry recorded a double-double and Makayla Teles stuffed the stat
sheet today! With the win, RISD girls now are on a two-game winning streak
and our next game will be this Saturday against Block Island.

BVP  -   2   14  – 16
RISD -  13  14  – 27

*RISD*
Jackie Perry – JR – 10 Points, 11 Rebounds
Ellie Lister – 8th – 8 Points, 5 Rebounds
Yasmin Sicaju – SO – 5 Points, 5 Rebounds, 3 Steals
Makayla Teles – SR – 4 Points, 5 Rebounds, 6 Assists, 5 Steals
Alize Pabon – SR – 2 Rebounds, 1 Steal
Lillian Klein – 8th – 1 Rebound, 2 Steals
Melissa Estrada-Giron – 7th – 1 Rebound, 1 Assist

*RISD Girls Basketball Record:* 2-6
*Next Game:* Saturday, January 21st vs. Block Island (12:30 P.M.)

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

@ Cornerstone Prep

WPSD 12 – CP 61

Record 3 – 7, League 1 – 4

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 21 – Plants and Pillars 41

Points
Alyssa Hulme – 8
Cheyenne Sloan – 7
Danielle Fisher – 4
Ryane Smalley – 2

Rebounds
Alyssa Hulme -11
Cheyenne Sloan – 4
Cassie Friday -2
Danielle Fisher -2
Ryane Smalley -2

Assistant
Danielle Fisher – 3
Alyssa Hulme – 1
Olivia Larson -1

Steal
Danielle Fisher – 7
Alysa Hulme – 5
Cheyenne Sloan – 3
Ryane Smalley -3
Ayesha Austin -1

Block
Ryane Smalley – 2
Danielle Fisher – 1
Alyssa Hulme – 1

Records
4 won – 7 lost
 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 18, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

 

— Deaflympics media opportunities

— Gallaudet football

— basketball updates

— wrestling updates

Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf soccer goalie in dangerous political situation
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 1/18/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/gallaudet-football-player-carnelius-smith-at-allstar-game/

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Deaflympics media opportunities

Deaflympics Summer Games

Samsun, Turkey

July 18-30, 2017

Seeking TV media/production crew members for upcoming daily SportsDeaf TV
news coverage of Deaflympics Summer Games. We are seeking writers, signers
and video team members with passion and experience in media, writing, and
preferably knowledgeable in deaf sports for pre/during/post production:

Producer – Coordinate crew and all SportsDeaf coverage during Deaflympics.

Field Producer – Assistant to producer, coordinates crews at venues.
interviewing people, and responsible for social media.

Sports Writer(s) – Research, compile, write stories, attend events,
conduct interviews, write caption transcripts and social media photography.

Videographer/Editor(s) – Videography, edit all video contents, video
permissions, captioning, social media photography and social media
contents.

Video Technician/Production Support – Technical troubleshooting, merge
transcripts in final caption formats, provide technical support, works
both in studio and remote locations and social media photography.

Art Director – Create show look – logo, animation, presentation,
promotional videos.

Signer/Field Reporter(s) – Interviews and presents news stories in
International Sign.

Stipends or Internship

Starting dates varies by position, producer and writer(s) start advance
planning and research work. Costs of travel to Turkey, shared
accommodations and per diems will be arranged. We are open to paid
stipends or academic/community service arrangements.

Positions on the team will be filled on ongoing basis. For more
information, send cover letter, resume and sample of works to:
Deaflympics@h3world.tv

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Gallaudet football

tweet from head coach Chuck Goldstein:
Awesome day watching @CsmithGu3 do his thing today at the @dreambowlzone.

it was in reference to Carnelius Smith playing in the Dream Bowl
this past Monday; it was on cable TV

See this past link at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2016-17/releases/dreambowl

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Alabama basketball

Tuesday,  January 17, 2017

Woodland 41 ASD Lady Warriors 20

Season record:  3 – 13

Woodland 43  ASD Silent Warriors 25

Season record: 7 – 9

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Colorado Basketball

Tuesday, Jan 17th

Girls:
CSDB 6 Edison 56

Record: 0-9

Boys:
CSDB 20 Edison 35

Record: 1-9

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Delaware basketball

Delaware Basketball

DSD vs. West Nottingham Academy

DSD Girls

DSD  45  WNA 7

Record 7-3

DSD Boys

DSD 51  WNA 74

Record  10-1

Next game – Tri-State Christian Academy on Tuesday 1/24

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Florida boys’ basketball

We managed to get our 2nd win in a row by defeating Calvary Christian
Academy 34-21.  No, we didn’t play football.  Our defense did its job, but
we couldnt buy a basket.  We missed many good, open shots tonight.  I’m
hoping that we’re getting it out of
our system before next week’s Mason Dixon Tournament in Louisiana.  All 11
of our players were able to play meaningful minutes and 8 of them scored
points.

Season record: 5-11

We have a 3-game week now to right our ship before we sail to Louisiana
for the Mason Dixon Tournament.
1/18 at Taylor Pierson 7pm
1/19 SENIOR NIGHT home vs Halifax 7pm

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Florida girls’ basketball

2/20 @ River City Science Academy 45-35 win
1/10 @ Halifax Academy 39-32 loss
1/12 @ Bishop Snyder 45-27 loss
1/13 conference tournament vs. John Paul 28-23 loss
1/14 conference tournament vs. St. Francis Catholic 40-16 loss

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Fremont boys’ basketball

League game

CSD vs Fremont Christian             57- 17 (W)

Top Scorers-

Jax Pedersen- 18 points

Spezio Harmount- 15 points

Clerc Classic @ Texas

CSD VS MSSD                                     33-29 (W)

Top Scorers-

Esau Zornoza- 17 points

Spezio Harmount- 8  points

CSD VS Maryland (MSD)               43-26 (W)

Top Scorers-

Esau Zornoza- 21 points

Jax Pederson- 9 points

CSD VS Indiana (ISD)                       47-53 (OT) (L)

Top Scorers-

Esau Zornoza- 19 points

Cameron Baer- 14 points

Next game will be this Wednesday 1/18 vs Livermore Valley Charter Valley
at 4pm (Home)

Overall Record 12-3

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Kentucky girls’ basketball

January 17, 2017 – at St. Rita School for the Deaf, Cincinnati

Kentucky School for the Deaf 34
St. Rita 8

KSD (3-9)   10  14  2  8
St. Rita (0-4) 2  2 0  4

KSD: Zoe Andrews – 12, Keaura Davis – 6, Karly Bott – 6, Haylie Kircher –
1, Kaley Vickers – 9.

St. Rita: M. Johnson – 2, H. Toler – 2, C. Estes – 4.

The first half we played pretty good but in the 3rd period, we began to
play very silly – not taking the game seriously. After a good lecture from
me, they began to play well.  I’m so glad that all the players on the team
had a chance to play some.

Zoe got 5 steals. Jenna Pratt had 3 assists. Abriana led in rebounds with
10. The team had 18 steals total.

Next game will be at Columbus, Ohio at 6:30<x-apple-data-detectors://4>
against Ohio School for the Deaf this Friday, the 20th. We are
participating in OSD’s homecoming weekend. We will play other two Deaf
schools – West Virginia School for the Deaf and Western Pennsylvania
School for the Deaf.

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Riverside Christian 42, Kentucky School for the Deaf 39

Riverside Christian    13    10     8    11 -  42
KY School f/t Deaf      4      7     11   17 -  39

Riverside Christian (3-12)- C. Champ 4, Strong 2, R. Champ 5, J. Voth 10,
E. Champ 6, Baker 10, P. Champ 3, W. Voth 2.

KY School f/t Deaf (1-9)- Irvin Herrera 25, Payne Yance 6, Mason Biederman
2, Gerod Haynes 6.

KSD was down by 12 with under four minutes to go, and went on a
three-pointer flurry to pull within three points.

Near the end of the game, Irvin Herrera attempted a three-pointer to tie
the game, rebounded the miss, and then attempted another one, but it
wasn’t
to be.

KSD- 16 of 60 from the field, 33 rebounds

Irvin Herrera- 13 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals

Mason Biederman- 12 rebounds, 3 assists

Next up: West Virginia School for the Deaf in the Mid-American Classic at
Ohio School for the Deaf on Friday night

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

MPS Galloping Ghosts traveled to Queens, NY to take on ESDAA opponent,
Lexington School for the Deaf. We had rusty shooting and cold FT’s but
fortunately we had our stellar defense. We won 27 to 19

Dylan Christoffels 7 points, 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals and 5 blocks

Kacey Monahan 7 points, 7 rebounds

Jorge Lara 7 points, 5 rebounds and 2 steals

Record 8-0, Next game at non league opponent @ Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall
today 1/17/17 at 4pm

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Game #14

January 17, 2017

Redeemer Classical @ Maryland School for the Deaf

             1      2      3     4  =  Total
RCS -    3      7      4    10  =   24
MSD -  19    27     28    18 =   92

Halftime:  MSD led 46-10

MSD ORIOLES
Esteban Kovacs – 22 points, 4 assists, 3 steals
John Werner, Jr. – 6 points, 5 assists, 4 steals, 3 rebounds
Egan Seremeth – 7 points, 13 rebounds
Bobga Tete – 11 points, 5 assists, 4 rebounds
Stefan Anderson – 18 points, 14 rebounds, 4 assists
Brady Perry – 8 points, 5 rebounds
Jason Werner – 12 points,, 9 rebounds, 5 steals
Eric Long – 8 points, 5 rebounds

Team Total FG:  39
Team Total 3FG:  11 (Kovacs 6, Tete 3, Anderson, Seremeth)
Team Total FT:  3-7

REDEEMER CLASSICIAL

JP Dumm – 5 points
Jamal Pyfrom – 3 points
Jesse Javier – 8 points
Sam Rey – 5 points
Isaiah Taft – 3 points

Team Total FG:  8
Team Total 3FG:  3 (Javier, Rey, Taft)
Team Total FT:  5-9

Record:  11-3

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Maryland wrestling

Saint Mary’s (SAMA) 48 – Maryland School for the Deaf (MSD) 33

106: Joesph Conte (SAMA) over Peter Thang (MSD) (Fall 1:18)
113: Patrick Ruland (SAMA) won by forfiet
120: Crosse Herpin (MSD) over Ethan Haas (SAMA) (Fall 1:19)
126: Grayson Rizzo (SAMA) over Kendre  White (MSD) (Fall 0:41)
132: Jonathan  Melchor (MSD) won by forfiet
138: William Garner (SAMA) over Jamal Johnson (MSD) (Fall 1:02)
145: Alexsander Raimundo (MSD) over Henry Andress (SAMA) (Dec 9-6)
152: Maverick Obermiller (MSD) over John Scatturo (SAMA) (Fall 3:46)
160: Luke Vaughters (SAMA) over Kiser Holiday (MSD) (Fall 3:52)
170: Marcus Marshall (SAMA) won by forfiet
182: Paul Pinto (MSD) over Christian Frymark (SAMA) (Fall 4:21)
195: Michael Liembach (SAMA) over Brodey McAfee (MSD) (Fall 1:13)
220: Sergi Veres (SAMA) won by forfiet
285: DeBrian John (MSD) won by forfiet

Maryland School for the Deaf (MSD) 54  – Glenelg Country School (GCS) 12

113: Double Forfeit
120: Raj Malviya (GCS) over Crosse Herpin (MSD) (Fall 2:36)
126: Kendre  White (MSD) over Jonathan Meitzler (GCS) (Fall 1:39)
132: Jonathan  Melchor (MSD) over Jason Zhang (GCS) (Fall 1:03)
138: Alexsander Raimundo (MSD) won by forfiet
145: Maverick Obermiller (MSD) won by forfiet
152: Rey Robinson (GCS) won by forfiet
160: Kiser Holiday (MSD) over Micah Gonzalez (GCS) (Fall 6:00)
170: Double Forfeit
182: Paul Pinto (MSD) won by forfiet
195: Brodey McAfee (MSD) won by forfiet
220: Double Forfeit
285: DeBrian John (MSD) won by forfiet
106: Peter Thang (MSD) over Kal Hardesty (GCS) (Fall 2:32)

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Model boys’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at 5:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 55

Grace Brethren Christian Schoo: 64

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Model girls’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at 7:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 34

Grace Brethren Christian Schoo: 50

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Oregon boys’ basketball

from a newspaper

The C.S. Lewis Academy boys basketball team shook off a pair of Casco
League losses with aplomb, besting the Oregon School for the Deaf 62-54

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Phoenix boys’ basketball

NFL YET College Prep vs. Phoenix Deaf School – L, 28 – 85

Record: 2 – 11

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Rhode Island basketball

*RISD Girls Basketball*

Our RISD Girls played their first home game of the 2017 year against
Horace
Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing – RISD lost to HMS in the
consolation game of the New England Tipoff Tournament last month, so we
were looking to improve upon our performance. The game started at 1:30, so
we got a full turnout from our school rooting on our Lady Roosters… what
a first half we got out of our girls! We played shutdown defense and our
girls nearly equaled their season-high game scoring output in the first
half alone, scoring 27 and surrendering none. The second half saw us use
more of our bench and the game was a lot more competitive for both teams
as
Horace Mann School finally were able to put the ball through the basket.
We
had our full team playing today for the first time and everybody got
valuable playing time on the court. RISD Girls would win their first game
of this season, beating Horace Mann School 37-12.

HMS -    0   12  – 12
RISD -  27   10  – 37

*RISD*
Makayla Teles – SR – 12 Points, 2 Assists, 1 Rebound, 1 Steal
Yasmin Sicaju – SO – 11 Points, 4 Assists, 2 Rebounds, 2 Steals
Ellie Lister – 8th – 4 Points, 2 Rebounds, 1 Steal
Jackie Perry – JR – 4 Points, 8 Rebounds, 2 Assists, 2 Steals
Jaime Peets – FR – 4 Points
Lillian Klein – 8th – 2 Points, 6 Steals
Alize Pabon – SR – 2 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 3 Steals
Melissa Estrada – 7th – 4 Steals

*RISD Girls Basketball Record:* 1-6
*Next Game:* Wednesday, January 18th vs. Blackstone Valley Prep (4:30
P.M.)

*RISD Boys Basketball*

RISD Boys team played Horace Mann School’s boys team and we were looking
to
get revenge after losing to them in the consolation game of the New
England
Tipoff Tournament. The first half was VERY competitive between RISD and
HMS
as the lead was traded back and forth between the two teams. Our offensive
ball movement was very lively and we played tight defense, not permitting
HMS’ big man Leon Hairston to get the ball often. The second half saw some
of our key Roosters get into foul trouble, which started to open up
opportunities for Horace Mann to get their offense going. The game was
tied
on multiple occasions into the last few minutes, but our shots did not
fall
through and Horace Mann School was able to grab the lead, convert their
free throws and hold off our Roosters by the final score of 45-39.

HMS -   20   25  – 45
RISD -  19   20  – 39

*RISD*
Timothy Jallah – FR – 10 Points
Jayden Elias – 8th – 9 Points
Junito Diaz – SR – 8 Points
Ariel Gonzalez – SR – 7 Points
Juan Fernandez – SO – 3 Points
Nande Ramos-Montero – 7th – 2 Points

*RISD Boys Basketball Record:* 0-11
*Next Game:* Thursday, January 19th vs. Times Squared Academy

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Rochester boys’ basketball

A month ago, we played our FIRST game of the 2016-17 basketball season, we
unfortunately lost that game against St Mary’s on our home court. It was
disappointing for us all and the fans… The boys have been waiting for an
opportunity to right the ship. Thursday, January 12th, 2017…. We finally
made the drive to Buffalo to make a statement to St Mary’s that we will
remain NUMBER ONE SEED for ESDAA basketball tournament in February in
Buffalo.

Look in the situation, IF we lose the game to St Mary’s again, we will
lose
our number one seed in the tournament and move down to wherever we fit in
since St Mary’s is currently in seed number five.

GAME TIME! Our boys are confident and so ready to play real basketball
against bisons.  We started really strong and ran a 12-0 run against St
Mary’s in first quarter. They were playing man to man, they thought this
defense against our offense will be effective because we didn’t play great
against this kind of defense in the first game. With the additiional
practices we were focusing on this and we aced it against man to man
defense. Into the 2nd quarter, we continue scoring  points over them and
the score was 23-3 in halftime. The boys were so excited but we, the
coaches, reminded them that St Mary’s players would not give up easy yet,
we remained same throughout the game and secure our victory over St Mary’s
and hold our NUMBER ONE SEED in ESDAA Tournament!!! THUMBS UP!!!

SMSD   0       3        12       8         23
RSD     12     11       12       4         39

Tre Vaughn: 14 points (7-11 FG), 17 rebounds and 5 steals
Dylan Benjamin: 14 points (6-10 FG), 10 rebounds and 3 steals

Overall Record: 4-4 .500!!!

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Texas boys’ basketball

Girls vs. San Marcos Academy, won 61-3.  Now 20-5.

Boys vs. San Marcos Academy, won 52-34

Texas Boys now 16-5.

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 29 – Cornerstone Prep 41

Points
Alyssa Hulme -10
Dani Fisher – 9
Cheyenne Sloan – 4
Cassie Friday – 2
Ryane Smalley -2
Rosie Santucci -2

Rebound
Cheyenne Sloan -6
Rosie Santucci -5
Dani Fisher -3
Alyssa Hulme -3
Cassie Friday -2
Ayesha Austin – 1
Ryane Smalley -1

Assistant
Dani Fisher -6
Cassie Friday -3
Alyssa Hulme – 2
Cheyenne Sloan -1

Steal
Dani Fisher – 7
Alysa Hulme – 3
Ryane Smalley -3
Rosie Santucci -3
Cassie Friday -2
Cheyenne Sloan -2
Ayesha Austin -1

Won 4 and 6 Lost

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Willie Ross boys’ basketball

facebook posting

Willie Ross School for the Deaf basketball team does it again! 40-38.
Close game.

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 17, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

 

 

 

— Deaflympics media opportunities

— Gallaudet football

— ESDAA seedings

— basketball updates

— Mason-Dixon Football Conference individual honors

 

 
Deaf Sports Collections update
– deaf photographer at race track
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

 
Basketball won-lost records, as of 1/17/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/retiring-director-of-deaf-school/

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Deaflympics media opportunities

Deaflympics Summer Games

Samsun, Turkey

July 18-30, 2017

Seeking TV media/production crew members for upcoming daily SportsDeaf TV
news coverage of Deaflympics Summer Games. We are seeking writers, signers
and video team members with passion and experience in media, writing, and
preferably knowledgeable in deaf sports for pre/during/post production:

Producer – Coordinate crew and all SportsDeaf coverage during Deaflympics.

Field Producer – Assistant to producer, coordinates crews at venues.
interviewing people, and responsible for social media.

Sports Writer(s) – Research, compile, write stories, attend events,
conduct interviews, write caption transcripts and social media photography.

Videographer/Editor(s) – Videography, edit all video contents, video
permissions, captioning, social media photography and social media
contents.

Video Technician/Production Support – Technical troubleshooting, merge
transcripts in final caption formats, provide technical support, works
both in studio and remote locations and social media photography.

Art Director – Create show look – logo, animation, presentation,
promotional videos.

Signer/Field Reporter(s) – Interviews and presents news stories in
International Sign.

Stipends or Internship

Starting dates varies by position, producer and writer(s) start advance
planning and research work. Costs of travel to Turkey, shared
accommodations and per diems will be arranged. We are open to paid
stipends or academic/community service arrangements.

Positions on the team will be filled on ongoing basis. For more
information, send cover letter, resume and sample of works to:
Deaflympics@h3world.tv

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Mason-Dixon Football Conference individual honors

Subject: Mason-Dixon Football Conference Top Honors

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER OFFENSE-MATTHEW BROWN, LOUISIANA

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER DEFENSE-MURRELL JACKSON, LOUISIANA

MOST COURAGEOUS PLAYER-TRE MILES, GEORGIA

COACH OF THE YEAR-SUSAN GREMILLION, LOUISIANA

TEAM SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD-GEORGIA

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Girls ESDAA- II Seedings

1     Pennsylvania
2     New York-Fanwood
3     St Mary’s
4     New Jersey
5     Rhode Island
6     New York State-Rome
7     West Virginia

note:

this seeding list may be subject to change
depending on appeals from participating schools

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Comments from a fan at the Clerc tournament

It was a very low scoring tournament this year.
Many teams scored in 10′s or 20′s.
Unusual!

Fremont and Indiana are good teams, but Indiana
had better depth and inside game in Lance Wood.

Texas did not have enough time to recover in the
game against Maryland  after their heart breaking
loss to Indiana on Friday night.

note:
DeafDigest Sports editor did not attend the
tournament but asked a fan for comments
about the top boys teams.

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Colorado Basketball

Thursday, Jan 12th

Girls: CSDB 6 Elbert 56

Boys: CSDB 4 Elbert 63

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Florida boys’ basketball

We participated in the inagural North Florida Conference tournament last
weekend.  We came in as the #7 seed and exited in 7th place.  On 1/13 we
played #6 Aucilla Christian and we played, to be frank, POORLY.  We were
outscored 8-21 in the 1st quarter
enroute to a 43-66 final score.

The next day, we faced #8 Munroe Day School.  We continued our poor
performance until late in the 3rd when seemingly the switch flipped on. 
We were able to outscore them 18-6 in the 4th quarter to win 54-42.

Season record: 4-11

We have a 3-game week now to right our ship before we sail to Louisiana
for the Mason Dixon Tournament.
1/17 at Calvary Christian 7pm
1/18 at Taylor Pierson 7pm
1/19 SENIOR NIGHT home vs Halifax 7pm

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Indiana girls’ basketball

from a newspaper

Class A Sectional 58 at Bethesda Christian

Game 3: Tindley vs. Indiana Deaf; Feb. 1 at 7:30 p.m.

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Lexington Girls Basketball

Game # 7

Marie Philip School at Lexington

MPS – 8 – 3 – 8 – 6 = 25
LEX  – 4 – 4 – 0 – 4 = 12

Halftime – MPS led 11 – 8

A. Dawkins – 4 points, 3 rebounds,
H. DeLa Rosa – 3 points, 1 rebound
K. Maciejewski – 2 points, 5 rebounds
C. Slade – 2 points, one steal
G. Zheng – 6 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 block
M. Tun – 1 point, 5 rebounds, 2 steals

Varsity record: 5-2

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Marie Philip girls’ basketball

MPS Galloping Ghosts traveled to Queens, NY to take on ESDAA opponent,
Lexington School for the Deaf. We had rusty shooting and cold FT’s but
fortunately we had our stellar defense. We won 27 to 19

Dylan Christoffels 7 points, 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals and 5 blocks

Kacey Monahan 7 points, 7 rebounds

Jorge Lara 7 points, 5 rebounds and 2 steals

Record 8-0, Next game at non league opponent @ Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall
today 1/17/17 at 4pm

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Oregon girls’ basketball

from a newspaper

CASCO LEAGUE

1: Crosshill Christian 4-0 league, 9-5 overall

2: Willamette Valley Christian 5-1 league, 9-6 overall

3: Perrydale 4-1 league, 7-3 overall

4: Falls City 2-2 league, 6-5 overall

5: Livingstone Adventist 1-5 league, 1-5 overall

6: Jewell 0-3 league, 4-6 overall

7: Oregon School for the Deaf 0-4 league, 0-6 overall

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Texas football

a documentary film about the Texas School for the Deaf
Rangers football team in Austin.

4 Quarters of Silence,” in New York City. The premiere will take place
March 2 through March 8, 2017.

full story at:
http://sanangelolive.com/news/entertainment/2017-01-16/san-angeloans-documentary-chosen-new-york-film-festival-premiere

editor’s note:

our deaf football teams are have been featured in the media;
first was Fremont and now this – Texas

do keep in mind we have other outstanding deaf football
teams that have not received too much media attention

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Texas boys’ basketball

from a newspaper

TAPPS 4A — 1. Marble Falls Faith 23-4; 2. Houston Lutheran North 14-8;
3. Lubbock Trinity Christian 14-12; 4. FW Lake Country Christian 15-14; 5.
Arlington Pantego 12-5; 6. Lubbock Christian 12-16; 7. Austin School for
Deaf 18-3; 8. Austin Brentwood 13-8; 9. McKinney Christian 14-8; 10.
Flower Mound Coram Deo Academy 17-6.

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Texas girls’ basketball

from a newspaper

TAPPS 4A — 1. Lubbock Trinity Christian 20-6; 2. Waco Vanguard 19-7; 3.
Houston St. Thomas Episcopal 10-3; 4. The Woodlands Christian 15-3; 5.
Lubbock Christian 19-2; 6. Colleyville Covenant 15-7; 7. Midland Trinity
13-4; 8. Boerne Geneva 13-6; 9. Arlington Pantego 12-7; 10. Austin Texas
for Deaf 12-4.

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 16, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

 
– Gallaudet updates

– ESDAA seedings

– basketball update

 
Deaf Sports Collections update
– national hearing basketball tournament, deaf team
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 1/15/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/first-deaf-major-leaguer/

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Bison overwhelm Wildcats as GU moves to 9-0 in NEAC play

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Four different Gallaudet University men’s basketball
starters reached double figures as the Bison defeated Penn College, 82-63,
on the road Sunday in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) South
Division contest.

Gallaudet (11-3, 9-0 NEAC) remains perfect in conference play, its best
start in program history, as 13 different Bison saw action in the 19-point
victory. GU has won five straight and is undefeated in January at 5-0.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2016-17/releases/recap_pct2

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

GU hangs tough with Penn College on the road

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team lost
a close one here Sunday against Penn College, 68-59, in a North Eastern
Athletic Conference (NEAC) game.

The Bison (2-11, 2-7 NEAC) and the Wildcats (3-10, 3-6 NEAC) fought hard
exchanging baskets to keep the game close until the fourth quarter. The
Wildcats went on an 11-4 run to give them their largest lead of the game,
10 points, with 4:41 left in the game.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2016-17/releases/recap_pct2

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ESDAA basketball tournament seedings

ESDAA-I Boys
seeding
1 – Delaware
2 – Marie Philip
3 – American
4 – New York-Fanwood
5 – Lexington
6 – Ohio
7 – Western Pennsylvania
ESDAA-II Boys
seeding
1 – Rochester
2 – St. Mary’s
3 – Pennsylvania
4 – New Jersey
5 – Rhode Island
6 – New York-Rome
7 – West Virginia
8 – Governor Baxter

ESDAA0I Girls
seeding
1 – Delaware
2 – Western Pennsylvania
3 – Marie Philip
4 – American
5 – Lexington
6 – New York-Fanwood
7 – Ohio
note
Girls Division II Girls seedings not
available as of right now. Will post
it as soon as it is available

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Oregon boys’ basketball

newspaper posting

CASCO LEAGUE

1: Crosshill Christian 5-0 league, 9-4 overall

2: Perrydale 5-1 league, 9-2 overall

3: Willamette Valley Christian 5-2 league, 10-6 overall

4: Livingstone Adventist 4-3 league, 4-4 overall

5: Falls City 2-3 league, 7-5 overall

6: Jewell 1-3 league, 4-7 overall

7: C.S. Lewis Academy 1-6 league, 2-9 overall

8: Oregon School for the Deaf 0-5 league, 1-5 overall


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DeafDigest Sports – January 15, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Clerc scores; championship games

— other basketball scores

— Gallaudet updates

— deaf in pro tennis

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Kevin Hall vs best deaf golfers
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 1/15/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/lance-allred/

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Clerc championship scores

Model Cheerleaders won Clerc Classic XVII title.

Maryland Girls won Clerc Classic XVII over Texas, 37-28.

Indiana Boys won Clerc Classic XVII over Fremont, 53-47 OT.

Clerc comments:
This seems to be the strangest tournament. One strong team
scored only four points during first half. Another strong
team only scored five points during first half and
nine points through first three quarters. Stone-cold
shooting or the Clerc jinx affecting top deaf teams and
top deaf players? This leads to a big question – does
Clerc actually determine the best deaf team in the
nation – or – a team playing hot basketball at the right
time?

And speaking of Indiana, the boys’ champions; they won
the 2015 championship in overtime. They won their first
round game last season in overtime. And again, overtime
in last night’s championship finals against Fremont.

High school playoffs take place in the post season.
Clerc is more or less a mid-season tournament; teams
go home and need to reach their own hearing post season
tournaments, and to achieve their own winning seasons
against hearing tams. There have been Clerc champions
that don’t do well against hearing teams upon coming
home.

So, is there such a thing as Clerc jinx?

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Bison pick-up 10th win of the season by making key free throws

MORRISTOWN, N.J. – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team remain
undefeated in North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) play after
defeating the College of Saint Elizabeth, 70-64, here Saturday during the
second match-up of the 2016-17 season between the two teams.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2016-17/releases/recap_cse2

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Cold shooting game proves costly for Bison

MORRISTOWN, N.J. – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team lost
66-34 to the College of Saint Elizabeth here Saturday afternoon in a North
Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) contest.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2016-17/releases/recap_cse2

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Marie Philip 27 Lexington 19

East Elmhurst, N. Y. – Marie Philip School showed up at Lexington showing
a much better team than last year. We played a stellar 1st half and
Lexington just faltered in 2nd half on miscues on passing and missing open
shots. Lexington tried their best to keep the game at close pace which we
could not in 4th quarter

Stats Leaders:
Points: Timar Harris  (6)
Rebounds: Jordan Laikram (8)
Assists: Timar Harris (1)
Blocked Shots: Jordan Laikram (3)
Steals: Steve Salmon (2)

Box Score:
Marie Philip         8      4      7     8  =  27
Lexington            4      6      7     2   =  19

Season Record: 3-6 (Deaf Schools: 2-3)

Next Game: Wednesday, January 18th at home against New Jersey(MKSD/NJSD)
at 5:00 PM.

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Game #16

January 14, 2017

Clerc Classic @ Texas School for the Deaf
Austin, TX

Championship Game vs Texas School for the Deaf

         1    2    3   4   Total
Texas -  8   7    7    6  =  28
MSD -    9   7   10   11  =  37

Halftime: MSD led 16 to 15

MSD ORIOLES

Em. Beldon: 6 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals

E. Wood-Jacobowitz: 3 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal

K. Lewis: 11 points, 8 rebounds

C. Perry: 10 points, 9 rebounds, 2 assists

B. Bonheyo: 6 points, 7 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 steals, 1 block

Ern. Beldon: 4 points, 1 assist

Team FG: 14
Team 3 FG: 1 (Ern. Beldon)
Team FT: 6-10

TEXAS

A. Etkie: 3 points
Upchurch: 4 points
Sicoli: 4 points
Rubinshteyn: 4 points
J. Etkie: 3 points
Schmidjorg: 8 points
Kelley: 2 points

Team FG: 7
Team 3 FG: 1 (J. Etkie)
Team FT: 11-16

Karita Lewis and Cassidy Perry were selected to the All-Tournament Team.
Emelia Beldon was named MVP of the tournament.

This is the team’s fourth consecutive Clerc Classic championship. This is
the fourth title for team members Brooke Bonheyo, Karita Lewis, Eve
Wood-Jacobowitz, and Juliana Bahan.

Record: 15 – 1

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Game #13

January 14, 2017

Clerc Classic XVII
Texas School for the Deaf – Austin, TX
(3rd & 4th Place Game)

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Texas School for the Deaf-Fremont

             1      2      3     4  =  Total
MSD -   7     11    11   15 =  44
TSD -   0       5     4    10 =  19

Halftime:  MSD led 18-5

MSD ORIOLES
Esteban Kovacs – 2 points, 3 assists, 3 steals
John Werner, Jr. – 7 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists
Egan Seremeth – 2 points, 5 rebounds
Bobga Tete – 2 points
Austin Latin -  11 points, 5 rebounds
Stefan Anderson – 11 points, 8 rebounds
Brady Perry – 4 points
Jason Werner – 3 points, 4 rebounds
Eric Long – 2 points

Team Total FG:  19
Team Total 3FG:  2 (Anderson, Werner, Jr.)
Team Total FT:  4-7

TEXAS RANGERS

Dylan Sicily – 10 points
Zachary Richardson – 2 points
Connor Egan – 4 points
Jonah Hazelett – 3 points

Team Total FG:  5
Team Total 3FG:  3 (Sicoli, Hazelett)
Team Total FT:  2-4

Record:  10-3

Congratulations to John Werner, Jr. and Stefan Anderson for being named to
the All-Tournament team at Clerc Classic XVII!

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deaf tennis

Lee falls at the final hurdle

Duck Hee Lee was one win away from making his debut in
the Australian Open main draw, but it was not to be.

The South Korean would go down 6-4, 4-6, 4-6 in a touch over two hours to
Alexander Bublik in the qualifying competition round in Melbourne on
Saturday.

The deaf teenager improved on his performance in the qualifying rounds
last year, getting to within one match win of making the main draw in the
men’s singles. In 2016, Lee only managed a Q1 appearance.

Instead, it will be the 19-year-old Bublik from Kazakhstan who will make
his debut at Melbourne Park after securing one of the 16 qualifying spots.

However, at 18 years of age, eight-time ITF Futures winner Lee will have
plenty opportunities over the coming years to make his dream come true.

 

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