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DeafDigest Sports – December 21, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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- basketball updates

- football honor

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won/lost records – as of December 21, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Learning Center boys’ basketball

The Learning Center for the Deaf Galloping Ghosts traveled to
Hartford, CT to participate NESD Tip Off Tournament

Friday Results:

Vs Rhode Island School for the Deaf, We lost tough game, 38-53. We
opened very slow start then played better in 2nd half which it is too
late.

Senior Stephen Corbett 16 points, 6 rebounds and 1 steal
Sophomore Bryce Callahan 14 points, 5 rebounds and 3 steals
Senior Elvis Calcano 4 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist and 3 steals.

Saturday Results:

Consolation Game vs Governor Baxter School for the deaf, We won 47-6,
We have a chance to played all of plays we practiced on, shuffle
different lineup, and we tried our best to give GBSD to score some
points where they finally score first basket on 4th quarter.

Senior Stephen Corbett 12 points, 10 rebounds, 2 assists and 1 steal
Freshman Dylan Christoffels 13 points, 9 steals, 2 rebounds and 1
assist
8th grader Kacey Monahan 6 points and 5 rebounds

I would like to thank ASD for great host and being hospitality to us.

Record 2-4,
Next game before our holiday break vs Horace Mann School for the Deaf
at TLC, Monday 4:30pm

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Mississippi boys’ basketball

MSD vs Pineywoods on December 18th

First Quarter:
MSD- 18
Pineywoods- 2

Second Quarter:
MSD- 24
Pineywoods- 17

Third Quarter:
MSD- 35
Pineywoods- 29

Four Quarter:
MSD- 50
Pineywoods- 39

Final Score: MSD- 50
Pineywoods- 39

Scoring Leaders:
MSD
Ricky Church- 14 points

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Phoenix football

newspaper story

American Family Insurance All-USA 2014 Arizona Div. VI football team
Alberto Godinez, Phoenix Day School for the Deaf, LB, Sr.

 

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DeafDigest Sports – December 20, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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- basketball updates

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won/lost records – as of December 20, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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American girls’ basketball

American School for the Deaf: 28 Central Christian Academy: 26
** American School for the Deaf’s Girls basketball team will be
playing for the Championship against The Learning Center on Saturday
December 20th at 10:00 AM**

American School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball Record: 5-3

 
American School for the Deaf: 44 The Learning Center: 31
** American School for the Deaf’s Girls basketball team won the
New England Tip Off Championship against The Learning Center. **

American School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball Record: 6-3

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Game #7

December 19, 2014

Frederick Force @ Maryland School for the Deaf

FF     -       7   13    11  10     =   41
MSD  -      13   19    16    6    =   54

Halftime –  MSD lead 32-20
MSD ORIOLES

Tarik Wallace – 1 Point
John Werner, Jr. - 14 Points
Mauricio Orozco – 2 Points
Austin Latin – 4 Points, 3 Rebounds
Bailey Moers - 6 Points, 3 Steals
Damon Biskupiak - 8 Points, 4 Rebounds
Giovanni Maucere - 10 Points, 7 Rebounds
Yave Sanchez - 9 Points, 12 Rebounds

Team Total FG: 20
Team Total 3FG: 1 (Moers)
Team Total FT: 13-16
FREDERICK FORCE

Nathan Wright – 6 Points
Carlos Whitaker – 5 Points
Paul Garcia – 12 Points
Joseph Joannides – 3 Points
Dylan Garlock – 8 Points
Nathan Jerore – 3 Points
Nate Mooreman – 4 Points

Team Total FG: 18
Team Total 3FG: 4 (Jerore, Joannides, Whitaker, Wright)
Team Total FT: 1-6

Have a wonderful and safe Holiday!

Record: 5-2

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Missouri girls’ basketball

Versus Malta Bend

32 to 43
Record 0-6
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Model boys’ basketball

KIPP DC  68
Model School  56

Lanham Christian  47
Model School  36

Record:  1-8
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New York State boys’ basketball (Rome)

newspaper story

The New York State School for the Deaf squad was on the receiving end of a
50-31 defeat from River Valley on the road.

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Riverside boys’ basketball

newspaper story

BASKETBALL: CSDR’s Valencia top scorer in area

Based on what is in the MaxPreps database as of Thursday evening, the
areaâs leading scorer is Noah Valencia, a 6-foot-1 junior from
California School for the Deaf, Riverside. Valencia is averaging 26.1
points per game over the teamâs first eight games, which ranks him 13th
in the state. Valencia had a season-high 42 points in a 74-39 victory over
Chino Hills Boys Republic.

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Riverside boys’ basketball

Game #10

December 18, 2014

CSD-Riverside vs. @Upland Christian

CSDR     -   8   16  4   19    =   47
UC           – 10  21  14 14    =   59

Halftime -  UC lead 31-24

RIVERSIDE CUBS

Ermias Thomas- 3 Points

Alan Alocoer 3, Points 3 Rebounds,

Mavrick Fisher 11 Points, 6 Rebounds

Noah Valencia 19 Points, 8 Rebounds, 7 assistant

Christian Jacobs- 9 Points, 7 Rebounds

Deasn Welch- 8 Rebounds

Team Total FG: 32%

Record: 5-5
Not Enough for CSD-Riverside Boys Varsity Basketball

The first quarter was pretty tense for the teamÿÿs defense, and in
the 2nd quarter the Cubs went on a 8 point run to give them a big
lead, 24-16. Upland Christian decided to call a timeout and after
that they staged a big comeback with a 15-0 run before halftime
arrived. Upland Christian led 31-24 at halftime.

In the third quarter, CSDR was basically cold on all fronts, scoring
only 4 points total. Upland jumped out to a bigger lead, 45-28. In
the 4th quarter, CSDR finally found themselves back in the game and
although they had a solid finish, adding 19 points in the final
quarter, it wasnÿÿt enough for a comeback. 

CSDR fell to Upland Christian, 59-47. Upland made 45% of their shots
against CSDR, while the Cubs shot 32% with 26 turnovers.

Mavrick Fisher tapped out double digits, scoring 11 points for CSDR.
Also chipping in for CSDR were Christian Jacobs (9 points, 7
rebounds, 1 block), Alan Alcocer (3 points, 3 rebounds), Noah
Valencia (19 points, 7 assists, 7 steals), Ermias Thomas (3 points, 1
rebound) and Desean Welch (2 points, 8 rebounds).

ÿÿWe just played one quarter (4th). We need to learn to play all four
quarters. Our turnovers hurt us, because when we turn the ball over,
they scored. We didnÿÿt. The bottom line is that they just wanted it
more than us tonight. We have to give Upland Christian credit. We
will need to be ready every game and get them back next time. Happy
holidays,ÿÿ stated the basketball coaches.

CSDR is now 5-5, and will play against CSDR Alumni in a game this
Saturday, December 20, at 3:00 p.m., at MAC.

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DeafDigest Sports – December 19, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Alabama girls’ basketball

Girls Varsity

Alabama 10  Wadley 56

 

Season record: 3 – 8

 

Boys Varsity

Alabama 50  Wadley 52

 

Season record: 7 – 4

 

Next game:  Victory Christian (Tuesday, January 6)
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Delaware basketball

Girls

 

DSD 45    Towle  36

 

DSD  48   New Jersey School for the Deaf  16

Hailey Henshaw  – 21 points

 

DSD  41  New York School for the Deaf- Fanwood  5

Carolyn Russell – 17 points

Hailey Henshaw – 12 points

Girls BB Season Record – 4-2

 

Boys

 

DSD  54  Towle  70

Tomiere Harris – 29 points

Tylee Thomas – 14 points

 

DSD  56  New Jersey School for the Deaf  33

Tomiere Harris – 20 points

Tylee Thomas – 14 points

Gavin Nutto – 10 points

 

DSD  38  New York School for the Deaf- Fanwood  39

Tomiere Harris – 24 points

Tylee Thomas – 11 points

 

Boys BB Season Record – 2-4

Happy Holidays

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Florida girls’ basketball

FSDB vs Cornerstone                                     

Varsity Lady Dragons

1st Quarter- 10-7                       Record: 8-4
2nd Quarter- 20-17                      
3rd Quarter- 36-23                                      
4th Quarter- 41-26                                              

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Florida boys’ basketball

FSDB  52     Meadowbrook Academy  33

Season Record  5-6

A picture is worth a thousand words.  Prior to the game the team had
a film session with me where we watched a winnable game against
Harvest two nights ago slip away due a lack of effort and proper
alignment with our defensive sets.
The lads also saw how careless passing in that game transformed a
32-31 possible victory into a 44-34 defeat. We then went out and
played our best full game of the year against a good 7-3 Meadowbrook
team from Ocala. We started strong and finished strong. No let up. To
put it in perspective, Meadowbrook defeated Taylor Pierson by four
points previously. TP has a really good squad and they defeated us by
four points at their place. By all accounts our game against
Meadowbrook should have been a close contest but was not due our
intensity for four full quarters and our nonstop hustle on the
defensive end. We were clicking in all phases of the game. It was a
joy to watch and coach last night. Hopefully the team now knows what
it takes each and every game if we are going to be a championship
team in Knoxville in a few weeks.  I am also very happy that the guys
got a big win in front of our crowd and our fans saw the “real” 2014
Dragons in action. My team and I wish all of you a very Merry
Christmas and Happy Holidays. Congrats to Coach Baell and his JV
squad on a thrilling overtime win prior to our game.

Stats
Anthony Cash-13 points, 11 rebounds. Anthony played super on both
ends of the floor
Tyler Ames-5 points, 9 rebounds , 5 steals. Tyler was everywhere last
night….a whirling dervish
Cedric Scott-7 points(one 3). Cedric’s three pointer broke the game
open in the third quarter
Eduardo Solar-20 points (two 3′s). After a couple of off games the
“Spanish Tornado” was “En Fuego” last night
Dante Townsend-6 rebounds Off game offensively but he and Holmes
combined for 13 boards.
Quendale Holmes-2 points, 7 rebounds. Quendale did an excellent job
on their best player….. a 6″4″ center
Zack Willaims- 1 point
Jomar Figueroa-2 points
Gary Wells-2 points
Alex Wallace and Quentin Galpine played but did not score.
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Indiana boys’ basketball

Indiana Deaf 66
Herron (3A) 82
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Iowa boys’ basketball

Clarinda Academy 38 ISD 43

ISD boys record
3-5
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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf 56, St. Rita School for the Deaf 26

St. Rita School f/t Deaf       2       4      12      26
KY School f/t Deaf             15      22     34     56

St. Rita School f/t Deaf (0-7)- Durbin 18, Gross 2, Mullins 2, Ott 4,
J. Carpenter 0.

KY School f/t Deaf (6-4)- Ryan Mayes 3, Irvin Herrera 4, Ricky
Hubbard 12, Aaron Howard 13, Cody Downey 9, Payne Yance 6, Jonathan
Demaree 4, James Fields 5.

Junior Cody Downey had career highs for points and rebounds with 9
and 12, respectively, on his birthday.  He also made 6 steals and 3
assists.

7th grader Aaron Howard led KSD with a career-high 13 points.

Sophomore James Fields pulled down a career-high 9 rebounds.

Senior Ricky Hubbard added a career-high 12 points and grabbed six
rebounds.

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Minnesota basketball

Our girls squad defeated Schaeffer academy, 56 to 46.
8-2 now

Our boys is now at 6-4 after their loss to nova classical academy

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

MSD girls defeated Pineywood to end 2014

6-2 record.

MSD score by quarters 10, 6, 16, 19 = 51
Pineywood score by quarters 8, 4, 10, 9 = 31

Kylisha Cathey had 17 points for MSD
Shakeedra Hubbard had 15 points for MSD

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New Mexico girls’ basketball

newspaper story

NEW MEXICO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF ROADRUNNERS

COACH: Letty Perez (13th season as head coach with the Roadrunners).

LAST SEASON: 12-13.

RETURNING STARTERS: Janell Miller (5-7., So., F); Amberley Luna (5-4, Sr.,
G).

RETURNING LETTERWINNERS: Jaelyn Sanchez (5-3, Sr., G); Margaret Appa (5-3,
Jr. G).

KEY NEWCOMERS: None listed.

OUTLOOK: Miller already has proven to be a beast on the boards, averaging
10.5 as a freshman last season. Making up for the offensive production and
defensive prowess of the graduated Kimberly Herrera, who averaged 16.5
points and 2.7 steals, will be a challenge for the Roadrunners.

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Oregon basketball

Last night (Thursday, 12/18), our high school basketball teams took on
Livingstone Adventist Academy (LAA) at OSD.

LAA girls jumped out to a 17 – 5 lead in the 1st quarter. OSD fought back
and tied the game with 2 minutes left in the 4th quarter. LAA and OSD
scored a basket each, leaving 1 minute left in the 4th, game still tied.
LAA scored a basket, pulling ahead by 2 with about 20 seconds left. OSD
turned the ball over on an attempt to pass the ball cross court, sealing
the win for LAA. A heart breaker, yet a great game as well!

OSD boys jumped out to a 15 – 8 lead in the 1st quarter. LAA stormed back
by the half, 27 – 22. Both teams got into foul trouble early, which
hindered OSD’s progress in the 2nd half. In the 2nd half, LAA dominated
the boards and pulled away to a 55 – 31 win.

Thanks to all our fans who came to the game! It’s good to see everyone,
see the feeling of pride, and a good time was had by all.

Results:
Girls
OSD: 05 15 25 35
LAA: 17 22 29 37

Boys
OSD: 15 22 24 31
LAA: 08 27 42 55

Record:
Girls 0 – 3
Boys 1 – 3
Rochester girls’ basketball

Game 3 against Rapids

We start off with only 12 points in halftime. We were down by 13 points
(25-12). We were struggled with our new challenege defense with box and 1
against Brianna DiGiovannia. She also earn only 2 points in first half. In
second half, she earned 22 points to come back to close the game.
Unfortuntely, we lost by 6 points in end of the game.

Brianna DiGivoanni – 24 points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals, and 2 blocks
Felicia McGinnis – 12 points, 8 rebounds, 4 steals

 

Rochester Girls Basketball
vs. Rochester Rapids

The Wildcats got off to a slow start and fell behind early to the Rapids.
Before we knew it, it was halftime and we were down by 13, losing 25-12.
We struggled with their upbeat defense and the added pressure they put on
Brianna with a box and 1. In the second half we came out on fire and
upped the pace of our defense. We clawed our way back in to the game and
at one point we found ourselves down by just 4 points in the 4th quarter.
Unfortunately we did not have enough to take the lead and ended up with
the loss, 48-42.

Courtney Gentzke and Marlena Rauber played great defense the second half
to get us back in the game.
Brianna DiGivoanni – 24 points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals, and 2 blocks
Felicia McGinnis – 12 points, 8 rebounds, 4 steals

1-3

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Rochester boys’ basketball

The RSD’s Boys Basketball team hosted the Syracuse Wolfpack last night.
What a close and hot game they played. In the first half, RSD boys were
trailing, and were down by just a few points. In the second half, they got
fired up and caught up with few minutes left and we were down by 4 points
until Clarence Market shot a 3-point shot and made it! The gym went crazy!
I was jumping up and down….oh NO! The referee called him out of bounds
in as Clarence had one foot touching the out of the bound line! Once
again, we are still down by 4 points and we kept fighting to grab the
lead. With a few seconds left, we were down by only one point and Tre
Vaughn had the ball for last chance to make the shot to win the game. He
shot a long 3-point shot and unfortunately missed. We lost 30-31.

I am really proud of our boys since it was a very close and heart pumping
game! They are growing into a much better team and hopefully we will get
there to grab our first win of the season after the holidays.

Thomas Coates played really hard and he made two nice lay ups! He had 4
points, two assists, 7 steals, and 6 rebounds.

Tre Vaughn-10 points, 5 steals. (He really played well and he made some
significant steals that helped his team to catch up with Syracuse)

Joaquin Agosto-Rosa made one field goal, but he really inspired each of us
and the fans too! We were down in the first half when he made a shot and
was so excited he jumped with both arms up in the air, Rocky style
(character from Rocky movie) with huge smile on his face. What a great
spirit and positive vibes he showed last night.

Ahmed Mahmoud-8 points, 5 steals and 5 rebounds.

Dwain Pratt- 6 points, two steals and two rebounds. (He was injured in the
4th quarter with a sprained ankle and we pray that he will recover 110%
during the holidays.)

Current record: RSD WILDCATS (BOYS) 0-5

We wish you HAPPY HOLIDAYS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR! LETS GO, RSD WILDCATS IN 2015!
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South Carolina girls’ basketball

St. Joseph’s 55, SCSDB 8

 

STJ – 15 14 16 10 – 55

SCSDB – 2 0 2 4 – 8

STJ – King 6, Palash 8, Stanton 10, McNamara 3, L. Saunders 2, J.
Saunders 6, Haynes 4, Malsch 10, Berbue 2, Carroll 4.

SCSDB – Chavis 8

 

3 Pointers: (STJ) McNamara 1

Rebounds: SCSDB 10

School Record: 1-9

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St Mary’s boys basketball

Acadame of Aurora visited the Bisons again last night. We had many
shot and the “rims” were kind to both teams but Aurora came away with
the victory…36-34. The Bisons worked hard the entire game but
Aurora Acadame was able to stay ahead and controlled the game until
the final few minutes. Regardless of the outcome, our squad had
opportunities to use some of the moves and plays that we have been
working on. Dalton Planty scored his highest of the season netting 20
points as well as 20 rebounds and 3 steals! Isa Habeeb scored 6
points and 6 rebounds while Cole Rodgers and Chris Martin each
contributed 2 points.

 

  Our next game will be after Christmas break on January 13th against
Central Baptist. We wish you all the best and happy holidays!

 

Overall record 0-5.

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

SCSDB- 0 15 9 9-33
St. Joseph- 34 25 19. 11-89

SCSDB – Cheek-13,Griffin-8,K.Smith-7,Bibbs-3, Moore-2

St.Joseph-Grayson-21,Rex-18,Quinones-10,Kessinger-8, Powell-6,Talley-6,Seman-5, Seidel-4,Erbrecht-4,Lava-4, Dunlavey-3

SCSDB – (4-7)

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Washington basketball

WSD Girls and Boys Basketball Scores:  12/18/14

 

WSD Girls and Boys @ Columbia Adventist

 

Lady Terriers 7 @ Columbia Adventist 36

WSD – 1-4-2-0

Record 3-1 (League 1-0)

Yajaira Bedolla – 1
Vangie Sohler – 6  

Columbia Adventist – 10-6-14-6

Terriers 37 @ Columbia Adventist 64

The Terriers were led by Junior Randall Smith with 16 points and
Junior Tredynn Selvog with 9 points.
WSD – 4-15-11-7

Record 2-2 (League 0-1)

Randall Smith – 16
Jeremy Descloux - 3       
Miguel Peregrino – 2  
Josh Marvel - 2
Enrique Rodriguez - 3    
Taylor Payne – 2   

Columbia Adventist – 22-14-19-9

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West Virginia boys’ basketball

We traveled to Virginia School for the Deaf.

Box Scores

West Virginia  4   13   12  8 = 37
Virginia          14  12   20  9 = 55

Patrick Epperly led the team with 18 points and pulled down 4
rebounds and had 4 steals and one assist.  Logan Gray scored 11
points and pulled down 11 rebounds and had 3 assists and one steal. 
Jesse Snyder followed up with 6 points and pulled down 6 rebounds and
had one steal.  Mikey McGray scored 2 points and had one steal. 
Jordan Simmons saw a lot of actions as he pulled down 4 rebounds and
had 2 assists.

We are scheduled to travel to Harman, our conference foe, on January
7th.

Our record is 1 – 3.

Happy Holidays.

Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball
Cambria County Christian 45. WPSD 19
Alyssa Hulme 7
Kai Miller 6

Overall 2-9
League 0-3

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DeafDigest Sports – December 18, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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- basketball updates

- all-time Gallaudet CAC silver anniversary players
and comments by DeafDigest Sports editor

- facts about Tamika Catchings

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Gallaudet all-CAC Silver Anniversary team honorees

Gallaudet places seven on CAC Silver Anniversary Women’s Volleyball Team
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wvball/2014-15/releases/cac25team

Stephanie Danner named to CAC Silver Anniversary Women’s Swimming Team
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wswimdive/2014-15/releases/cac25team

GU’s Robert Haney named to CAC Silver Anniversary Men’s Basketball Team
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2014-15/releases/cac25team

Bison trio named to CAC Silver Anniversary Women’s Basketball Team
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2014-15/releases/cac25team

 
DeafDigest Sports editor’s miscelleaneous notes about some of these all-CAC honorees:

Ronda Jo Miller was a feared spiker in volleyball, always among the national
leaders in successful kills

Ronda Jo Miller played professional basketball for a few years; played in one
pre-season game with the Washington Mystics

Laurie Anderson played NCAA-I volleyball with Eastern Kentucky University on
a volleyball scholarship before transferring to Gallaudet. As a senior she
was pretty much banged up and was heavily taped, from her shoulders to her
waist – yet she gave her best on the floor

Corina Gutierrez’s stats in basketball would have been much higher if not
for these two season-ending injuries to her knees – as a sophomore and then
as a senior!

Dyan Kovacs is being recognized for her volleyball play, but she was an
outstanding basketball player, a vital starter with the Sweet 16 team

Touria Ouhid Boren survived a devastating knee injury in basketball to make a
big come back in her remaining seasons of eligibility

Stephanie Danner was Gallaudet’s one-woman swimming team, carrying the entire
team on her shoulders. The members of the men’s swimming team looked up to her.

Robert Haney was the one that demanded and required the ball when the game
was on line, for that last shot in the dying seconds. More often than not,
he scored these winning shots. Opponents double and triple teamed him and
could not stop these game winning shots.

Tamijo Foronda suffered a devasting knee injury but came back for her
final season in volleyball

The other honorees were simply great and are extremely deserving of this
big honor. They shook off assorted injuries to give their best to do
Gallaudet proud in this highly competitive CAC play.

One of the key planners behind the formation of the new CAC was
Gallaudet athletic director Ronald Stern who worked with other new CAC
administrators. Stern has been the superintendent of the New Mexico School for
the Deaf for a long time.

As an encore, Gallaudet defeated a CAC team in men’s basketball last week!

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Alabama basketball

Girls Varsity

Alabama 18  Talladega County Central 49

 

Season record: 3 – 9

 

Boys Varsity

Alabama 37  Talladega County Central 46

 

Season record: 7 – 3

Next game:  Wadley (Thursday, December 16)

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American boys’ basketball

American defeated Fisher Island 55-52.

 

Record: 6-4

 

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American girls’ basketball

Fishers Island: 41
American School for the Deaf: 24

American School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball Record: 4-3
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American boys’ basketball

ASD Tigers faced against Forman, we led for the entire game. Tigers
struggled to increase their lead by more than 10 points. It was a
very scrappy game, but good composure on offense and adjustment on
defense led to a comfortable 54-40 win over Forman. Jonathan Clark
led all scorers with an impressive offense performance, scoring 19
points and tallied 12 rebounds. While Robert Milone also contributed
well with 17 points.

Record: 5-5

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Florida girls’ basketball

FSDB vs Harvest
Varsity Lady Dragons
1st Quarter- 8-13                       Record: 7-4
2nd Quarter- 16-23
3rd Quarter- 25-31
4th Quarter- 39-50

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Florida boys’ basketball

Harvest Christian  44   FSDB  34

Season record   4-6

Maybe I should load up all our home fans and bus them to our away
games so they can see my “real” team show up.  We played somewhat
better in our second home game compared to the first one, but it was
still brutal at times. We have just not played with the same
intensity, nor intelligence at home as we have on the road so far.
That simple. Harvest came in with an 8-1 record. We had a break
because they left 2-3 bench players at home with illness. What they
did bring was a fundamentally sound team that is well coached by a
local Jacksonville Select Team Coach and a 6’5″ center that is a shot
blocking machine. We were right in this one the whole game until I
cleared the bench with a minute to go down by nine points.  It was a
two point deficit at the end of the first quarter and a five at half.
We took the lead by four points late in the third quarter. Harvest
made a run to take a five point lead at the end of the third stanza.
We clawed back to within two points midway in the fourth quarter and
then we made three critical errors on defense.  Two of our guys bit
on a head fake and  a Warrior player drove the baselaine uncontested.
(Two points). Our wing, opposite ball side on defense, did not align
himself correctly on the low block leaving the other teams center
alone for a lob pass. (Two points).  We left their best three point
shooter open at the top of the key for his only open look of the
entire game. He drained it. (Three points). Seven points on three
straight possessions in the last four minutes crushed us. A two point
game up for grabs became a quick, nine point  ddeficit………..just
like that.  On each one of these plays all we had to do was be
mentally disciplined and slide our feet 2-3 steps to be in right
position. Little things lose ball games. On the positive side we did
two things well. We rebounded well against their big front line. We
had three guys in double digits on the boards. Other than one mistake
already mentioned , HC made only one three pointer the entire

game(although it was a backbreaker).  We play Meadowbrook Academy
from Ocala Thursday night at home. We beat them in overtime last year
at home but their best player(coaches son) was out with a broken leg.
He will be back for this one. If we want to have a chance for the “W”
, we are going to have to tighten up our defense and our wing players
MUST make better passes with the basketball. Too many careless passes
really hurt us also. The guys are somewhat down, but need to keep
their heads up and focus in on the task at hand. It is a long season
with much hoops ahead of us.

Stats
Tyler Ames-1 point
Cedric Scott-9 points(one 3) 11 rebounds
Dante Townsend-5 points 10 rebounds
Anthony Cash-6 points, 12 rebounds
Eduardo Solar-7 points (two 3′s)
Quendale Holmes-2 points
Zack Willaims-4 points
*all others played but did not score

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Learning Center girls’ basketball

TLC Galloping Ghosts had long trip up north at Haverhill to take on
Bradford Christian Academy, We lost 16-73, We had too many easy miss
shots and gave them many 2nd chance shots which it costs our game.

Iromilson Centeio (12th) 6 points, 3 rebounds and 1 assist
Stephen Corbett (12th) 2 points, 8 rebounds
Bryce Callahan (10th) 2 points, 5 rebounds

Next game, we will travel to American School for the Deaf at
Hartford, CT to participate New England Schools for Deaf Tip Off
Tournament, we will play Rhode Island School for the Deaf this Friday
at 6:30pm

Record 1-3

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Learning Center girls’ basketball

Bradford Christian Academy 39 TLC 6

The Lady Ghosts travelled to Bradford Christian Academy, a new member
of our league, to play against the Sentinels.  Once we saw how
talented the team was, we had our work cut out.  The Lady Ghosts
rolled up their sleeves and played with great effort, and played
their best defense in the first half.  The Senitels had great depth
which they were able to rotate players and stayed fresh.  Coaches and
I were proud of the determination and effort our Lady Ghosts showed
today.

Kayla LoBrutto (So) – 3 rebounds, 1 steal
Norma Aldana (Fr) – 2 points, 1 rebound, 1 steal
Heather Hall (So) – 2 offensive rebounds, 3 defensive rebounds
Taylor Adam (Sr) – 5 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal
Veronika Amorese-Villemaire (Sr) – played her hardest today and made
good defensive stance to prevent Sentinels from passing inside the
paint
Sabrina Rodrigues (7th) – 2 points, 2 rebounds
Isabella Bucci (7th) – 1 rebound, 2 steals
Kelty Kober (6th) – 2 points, 1 rebound, 1 steal, 1 assists
Christine Vargas (Fr) – 1 rebound

Next Game – Friday, December 19 – New England Tip Off Tournament at
Americna School for the Deaf – 2 pm vs. Rhode Island School for the
Deaf

Record: 1-5

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Stevenson-JV 17 Lexington 50

East Elmhurst, N.Y. – This game was another opportunity for our back
up players to step up and review our playbook. We had GREAT defense
from every player that played in this game. Defense is the reason why
we did so well today.

Box Score:
Stevenson (JV):     7    2   0   8 = 17
Lexington:            20  16  9   5 = 46

Statistics Leaders:
Points: Jorge Ortega (22)
Rebounds: 4 players (5 each)
Assists: Timar Harris (4)
Blocked Shots: Jorge Ortega (2)
Steals: Samer Abualya (7) & Timar Harris (6)

Season Record: 4-2

Next game: Wednesday, January 7th at Winston Prep at 5 PM.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO YOU ALL!    Stay Safe and Enjoy!
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Lexington girls’ basketball

Game Dec 16th vs OSNA (Our Savior New American) (Home)

 

The game started at 4:30pm right in the Blue Jays’s Nest. The girls
were pumped and ready to play. When they started to play, they were
able to get some plays in. When the other team changed their defense
tactics, the Lexington Ladies Blue Jays got stuck. They had to
struggle for a while finding themselves, their chemistry and their
mindset into the game. They played the whole game with 5 girls
Leading by 12-10 the first quarter. Chanell Slade made a nice 8
points the first quarter then in the second quarter, Nora Khalifa
made 8 points herself. The girls played with one play almost the
whole game to break OSNA’s defense. These girls put a lot of energy
into this game and there was not a still moment where they were not
running back and forth the court. By half-time, we had 24-15 and then
OSNA caught up 24-24 when we failed to defend them from shooting.
Fear not, Nora Khalifa rebounded 14 times from their missed shots and
was able to pass over to Brittany Torres who made 7 assists
and boosted the team up to 30 by the end of 3rd quarter to
OSNA’s still 24 points.

We won the game of 44 – 31.

Record as of 12/16/14 is 3-1

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Maryland girls’ basketball

St. Maria Goretti 40
MSD 34
SMG 10-11-9-10 = 40
MSD  9-5-13-7 = 34

Halftime: SMG 21-14

MSD: K. Lewis 1, T. Lewis 20, Bonheyo 5, Daniels 8

St. Maria Goretti: Keeney 7, Searcy 3, Nutchual 13, Kum 9, Clayton 8
MSD Individual statistics:
T. Lewis 10 steals, 2 assists
Daniels 5 rebounds, 4 steals
Bahan 4 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 assist
K. Lewis 7 rebounds,  2 assists
Bonheyo 3 rebounds, 3 steals, 1 assist
Wiley 3 rebounds

 

MSD Girls Varsity record: 6-2

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Michigan girls’ basketball

We re 1-1 now taking on Madison academy tomorrow

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Missouri girls’ basketball

Versus Community r-6
10 to 41

Versus Higbee
8 to 65

Versus Oklahoma School for the Deaf
31 to 48

Versus Kansas School for the Deaf
21 to 41

Versus New Bloomfield (JV)
18 to 45

0 win 5 lost

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Missouri boys’ basketball

MSD            8         11        12  8 39
New Bloomfield JV        12          7          7        11

Record:  2 – 3

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Model girls’ basketball

Takoma Academy 51
Model 21

2-5

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New Jersey basketbal
Girls
December 5th
Tip Off ÿÿ round 1
@NJSD  10
NYSD  30
Aaliyah Dawkins had 12 points, 7 rebounds and 2 steals. Elvira
Kabanova added 9 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 9 steals.

December 6th
Championship Game Tip Off
@ NJSD  17
ASD  23
A very cold shooting Lady Colts team controlled the boards with 17
team rebounds but could not get shots to sink. Elvira Kabanova,
Aaliyah Dawkins and DeÿÿAvian Watson all chipped in 4 points. Rebecca
Adeyinka had 15 rebounds and Aaliyah Dawkins had 11 rebounds. Aaliyah
Dawkins and Elvria Kabanova made the All-Tournament team.

December 8th
@ NJSD  10
Pennington School  34
Rebecca Adeyinka had 4 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 1 steal.
Aaliyah Dawkins had 4 points, 9 rebounds, 1 assist and 4 blocks.

December 10th
@ DSD   31
NJSD  12
Elvira Kabanova lead the team with 5 points and 4 steals. Rebecca
Adeyinka, Aaliyah Dawkins and Elvira Kabanova each pulled down 8
rebounds.

December 17th
@ NJSD 16
DSD  48
Again the Lady Colts controlled the boards with a team high 35
rebounds but could not sink a shot. Aaliyah Dawkins had 7 points, 7
rebounds and Elvira Kabanova had 12 rebounds.

Season record:  2 ÿÿ 3

 

Boys
December 5th
Round 1 Tip Off
@ NJSD  33
ASD  61
Amon Baldwin had 13 points and Ricky Maldonado had 10 to lead the
Colts.

December 6th
Consolation Tip Off
@NJSD 20
Lexington 72
Amon Baldwin had 10 points and Ricky Maldonado chipped in 8 to lead
the Colts. Lexington shut out the young Colts in the fourth quarter
and continued to press even though the young team could not score a
point.

December 10th
@DSD  55
NJSD 41
Amon Baldwin lead the team with 12 points, 5 rebounds and 2 steals.
Juan Ventura ÿÿColaj added 9 points and 7 rebounds. Ricky Maldonado
put in 8 points.

 

December 17th
@NJSD  33
DSD  56
Ricky Maldonado lead the Colts with 0 points and Corey Jenkins, Amon
Baldwin, Stanley Uka and Jose Maisonet all chipped in 6 points each.

 

Season Record:  0 – 6
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Oklahoma basketball

December 5th (Leopard Classic)
Girls
Oklahoma – 23
Texas – 53

Boys
Oklahoma – 21
Texas – 72

December 6th (Leopard Classic)

Girls
Oklahoma – 39
Louisiana – 27

Boys
Oklahoma – 57
Louisiana – 36

Girls
Oklahoma – 44
Arkansas – 27

Boys
Oklahoma – 45
Arkansas – 42 OT

December 8th
Girls
Oklahoma – 39
Calvin – 52

Boys
Oklahoma – 47
Calvin – 60

December 9th
Girls
Oklahoma – 25
Milburn – 35

Boys
Oklahoma – 32
Milburn – 47

December 12th
Girls
Oklahoma – 41
Kansas – 38

Boys
Oklahoma – 57
Kansas – 26

December 13th
Girls
Oklahoma – 48
Missouri – 31

Boys
Oklahoma – 28
Missouri – 25

December 16th
Girls
Oklahoma – 37
Mill Creek – 46

Boys
Oklahoma – 43
Mill Creek – 46

OSD Girls record 4 – 4
OSD Boys record 4 – 4

We are off until after the holiday break. Our next game will be on
January 6th at Ryan.

Happy Holidays everyone!!

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Rhode Island boys’ basketball

Rhode Island boys played against Davies Vocational School a much
bigger school with 800 students and stayed competitive until the
second half, losing 28-51. Jairee Hill lead the team with 10 points,
6 rebounds and 3 assists. Alphonso had a strong game with 11 rebounds
to go with his 6 points. Record is now 1-5. We will be going to the
New England Tip off Tourney this weekend hosted by American.
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Rochester boys’ basketball

On December 16th, the RSD boys basketball team hosted Destiny. The
boys were playing pretty well in the first quarter, we were down by
only ten points. Then after the first quarter, we made several
mistakes with turnovers and missed some easy shots. Destiny dominated
the second half of the game defeating us, 74-31.

Dwain Pratt was not shooting well in the first half, but in the
second half he gained confidence and was aggressive and shot better.
He finished with 18 points (2 for 4 three-point shooting), 5 rebounds
and a steal.

Thomas Coates is played very well defensively. He finished with 4
assists, 2 steals, and 6 rebounds.

Tre Vaughn had 9 points and two steals.

Dylan Benjamin had 4 points, an assist and a steal until he got
injured in the 3rd quarter.

RSD Boy WILDCATS record, 0-4.

Keep fighting, WILDCATS!

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St Mary’s girls basketball

The Lady Bisons basketball team played their final game of the 2014
year against the Lions from Central Baptist.  It was by far the best
game our squad had put together all season.  Although we dug
ourselves a 1st half whole by as many as 12 points, the Lady Bisons
were able to hang tough and keep the game competitive. We clawed our
way back to within 1 point in the 3rd quarter with the help of
Jasmine Hollingsworth’s offensive rebounding and put backs . Rookie
Cameron Cole also contributed offensively on the scoreboard by
hitting a few jump shots from the outside.  Unfortunately, the girls
couldn’t sustain their high level of play into the 4th quarter and
dropped a close game 39-24.  The coaching staff was proud of the Lady
Bisons for working hard and continuing to show signs of improvement
with each game we play.  Thanks to our fans who continue to support
our girls and our program.

Coach Booke and Coach Chuba

 

Overall Record- 0-5

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St Mary’s boys basketball

On Tuesday Dec. 16th, our game against the Central Baptist Lions was
very competitive and the Bisons had high hopes to get our first win!
The Bisons performed well in the first half. Central Baptist went
into the half time break leading 12 to 10! The Bisons couldn’t find
the hoop in the second half and struggled offensively. We tried some
different strategies on defense but the Lions were able to break
through and find the bucket. Isa Habeeb, our rookie center fouled out
in the 3rd quarter making it tough for us on rebounds and the Bisons
could not catch up. In the end, Central Baptist finished with the
win…31-18.

Our last game before the long holiday break is today at 3:30pm in The
Gallagher Gym. We hope to see you there!

Our record…0-4

Individual stats:
Dalton Planty- 8 pts, 8 rebounds, 5 steals
Isa Habeeb- 4 pts, 3 rebounds
Chris Martin- 4 pts, 1 rebound, 4 steals
Givon Blackwell- 2 pts, 2 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 assist

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Virginia girls’ basketball

VSDB girls team did work hard but we lost to Albemarie Christian.
21 to 36

Anaizha Thompson #35 (VSDB) made 14 points.
Kate J #1 (Albemarie) made 13 points.

3-5 record
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Wisconsin girls’ basketball

Early View      10      8       6       8       =32
WSD             6       0       2       0       =8

Record 1-5

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Wisconsin boys’ basketball

We did play against Early View Academy Eagles last night. Early View
Academy have all African-American players on the team from Milwaukee.
They did have their advantage with quickness speed & height during
the basketball game. Our boys started to play pretty well in the
first half as we were behind only 5 points during the halftime.
However, Eagles did play outmatch Firebirds in the second half due to
our margin turnovers to give away points to the opponent’s easy
baskets.  Early View Academy also made five baskets within three
points from the behind of arc line. Next game: We will play Rock
County Christian after the Christmas Break.

Early View Academy            18    14    20     14       66
Wisconsin School f/t Deaf     13   14      6       8       42

Record: 4 – 3
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DeafDigest Sports – December 17, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

- basketball updates

- a pro team to play home games at Gallaudet

- Gallaudet coach wins world championship
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won/lost records – as of December 17, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/
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Gallaudet sports

Julia Wolff and Trey Gordon named November Bison of the Month
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/news/2014-15/bom/november14

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pro frisbee at Gallaudet

DC Breeze set to play 2015 season at Gallaudet’s Hotchkiss Field
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/news/2014-15/dcbreeze

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Coach Curtis Pride

Gallaudet’s Curtis Pride leads Team USA to first WPC title in Japan
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/bsb/2014-15/releases/recap_teamusapc

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American boys’ basketball

The Tigers made just one field goal in the first quarter. We started
hitting some baskets but still trailed 42-27 midway in third quarter.
Robert Milone scored 13 points with 6 steals and 6 rebounds.
Watkinson was able to outscore us in fourth quarter and defeat us
61-38.

Watkinson Prep  19 – 17 – 6 – 19 = 61
American             3  – 9 – 15 – 10 = 38

Record: 4-5

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Fremont boys’ basketball

Our Boys team went to Boonville (Redwood Classic) and won two games and lost two games.

First Round-

CSD 28
Stuart Hal 72

Consolation Bracket

CSD 66
Round Valey 36

CSD 62
International 41

Consolation Final

CSD 51
Hoopa 71

Non-League Game

CSD 41
Lick Wilmerding 71

Record is now 3-3

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Iowa boys’ basketball

ISD 58     Nishnabotna 54

ISD record 2-5

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Walden 61, Kentucky School for the Deaf 26

KY School f/t Deaf       2     10     13    26
Walden                  17     22     50    61

KY School f/t Deaf (5-4)- Dillon Maynard 12, Ryan Mayes 2, Jeffrey
Couch 3, Bruce Gemmer 3, Ricky Hubbard 6.

Walden (3-4)- Harris 12, Burton 2, Dowling 8, Lipman 2, Thomas 15,
Howard 2, Adams 10, Kinslow 3, Martinez 3, Al-Saba 2, Remmers 2.

Walden outscored KSD 28-3 in the 3rd quarter.

Dillon Maynard joined KSD’s 1,000-point club on a three-pointer with
1:28 left in the game. 

KSD- 11 of 55 from the field for 20%

Ricky Hubbard led KSD with 7 rebounds.

Bruce Gemmer- 5 rebounds, 2 steals

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf 68
CHEN 2

MSD 24-18-19-7 = 68
CHEN 0-2-0-0 = 2

Halftime MSD 42-2

MSD: Weeks 2, K. Lewis 15, Seremeth 2, T. Lewis 26, Bonheyo 5, Daniels
10, Johnson 8

CHEN: Blake 2

MSD Individual statistics:

T. Lewis 6 steals, 4 assists
Daniels 3 steals, 3 assists
Bahan 4 steals, 3 assists
Johnson 6 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 assists
K. Lewis 10 rebounds, 5 assists
Bonheyo 8 rebounds, 2 steals
Wiley 4 steals

MSD current record: 6-1

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Game #6

December 16, 2014

Maryland School for the Deaf @ CHEN
                  1     2      3     4     =  Total
MSD    -    15   19    13  16     =   63
CHEN  -      8   16    13    9     =   46

Halftime –  MSD lead 34-24
MSD ORIOLES

John Werner, Jr. - 7 Points, 6 Assists, 4 Rebounds
Brady Perry - 5 Points, 3 Steals
Egan Seremeth – 3 Points
Bailey Moers - 10 Points, 3 Assists, 3 Rebounds
Damon Biskupiak - 9 Points, 9 Rebounds, 3 Steals
Giovanni Maucere - 13 Points, 3 Rebounds, 1 Block
Yave Sanchez - 16 Points, 5 Rebounds

Team Total FG: 26
Team Total 3FG: 5 (Maucere 2, Moers 2, Seremeth)
Team Total FT: 6-12

CHEN CHARGERS

M. Hill – 3 Points
J. Chase - 29 Points
M. King – 13 Points
M. Merkel – 1 Point
 
Team Total FG: 17
Team Total 3FG: 6 (Chase 3, King 3)
Team Total FT: 6-10

 
Record: 4-2

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Michigan girls’ basketball

st Thomas took the win  28-25  

heres the stats

Kassie Ross   2 reb   1 asst  2 pts

Rebecca Davis  1 reb 3 asst 8 steals 8 pts

Hannah Wears 6 rebs 1 asst 1 steal 12 pts

Jasmine 5 reb 1 ast

Rachel 12 reb 1 steal 4 pts

Princess 4 reb

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Michigan boys’ basketball

MSD.          11.    11.   12.   10.       44
ST Thomas 25.    17.   13.   22.       78
More

MSD Leading Scorers-
Kalib Jones- 16pts
Jamar Mitchell- 11pts
Asante Matten- 10pts
Dewan Collins- 4pts
Jimaz Stanley-Tate- 3pts

Field Goals- MSD 18
                    ST. Thomas More 30
Freethrows- MSD 4/6
                    ST. Thomas More 7/13
3pts- MSD 4
        ST. Thomas More 11

MSD Record   0-3. (0-1) conference

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Minnesota basketball

Msad gbb defeated nova classical academy, 56 to 28
7-3 now

Msad bbb lost to nova classical academy, 58 to 67.
6-4 now
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New Mexico boys’ basketball

NMSD boys (0-9)were battling visiting Academy for Technology for the
Classics (ATC) through 4 quarters with no large margin than 4 points
until ATC sank three points with 3.7 secounds left to beat us. The
score was 33-32. It was a nail biting game  to wrap up NMSD?s 2014
season.  However, we will begin the new year to play against ATC
again in January.

Junior Eloy Garcia led the team with 17 points. Devon Thompson led
the team with 10 rebounds and 4 blocks. Frosh Johnathan Ludwigs had 5
steals in the game.

The next game is January 8th vs ATC at NMSD.
ATC JV 9 0 11 13 33
NMSD    4 7 13  8 32
NMSD ? Thompson 2 2 6,  Ludwigs 2 1 5,  J. Garcia 1 0 2 ,  Hicks 1 0
2, E. Garcia  6 5 17

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New Mexico girls’ basketball

V girls BB game

NMSD 48
ATC 17

Our girls played well.  They were hungry for another win.  The
Terrific Trio tonight was junior Margaret Appa with 19 points; 13
points, 8 assists and 4 steals for senior Amberley Luna; and lastly,
9 points and 8 rebounds for freshman Janell Miller.   Tonight?s win
pulled up our record to .500 and I look forward to the second half of
the season as the girls show improvement with each game.

Overall record 5-5

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Oregon boys’ basketball

OSD boys basketball team took on visiting Southwest Christian today
at 7 pm.  The game was hotly contested, both teams fighting tooth and
nail for every lead.  Both sides fell into foul trouble early – the
free throws allowing both to keep on 1-upping each other.

OSD seized the lead in the final seconds, withstood two last-second
attempts by Southwest, to win the game!  What a game!  Fans were on
their feet for the last half of the 4th quarter!  Go Panthers!

Results:

OSD:  10  10  14  12  - 46
SWC:  06  09  12  17  - 44

Record to Date:  1 – 2

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Phoenix basketball

PDSD Boys 51, Thunderbird 49
Record: 2-5

PDSD Girls 31, Thunderbird Academy 16
Record: 1-7

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Virginia boys’ basketball

The VSDB boys basketball team lost to the Covington Boys Home tonight
22 to 60. The Cardinals were led by Malcolm Manns with 15 points. The
Cardinals are now 3 and 6.
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Washington basketball 

WSD Girls vs. Evergreen “C”, Boys vs. Firm Foundation  

WSD Lady Terriers won a non-league game vs. Evergreen “C” Team. The
Lady Terriers were led by Senior Yajaira Bedolla with 12 points and 4
rebounds and Senior Kayla Girard with 9 points and 7 rebounds.

Lady Terriers 35 vs. Evergreen 21

WSD – 16-8-11-0

Record 3-0 (League 1-0)

Cassie Tracy – 4        

Yajaira Bedolla – 12

Kayla Girard - 9      

Brandy Piestsh – 2   

Haili St. Louis - 4    

Vangie Sohler – 4

Evergreen – 2-2-6-11

WSD Terries led from the opening tip, pulling away in the 3rd quarter
for the win vs. Firm Foundation. The Terriers were led by Senior
Miguel Peregrino with 28 points and Junior Tredynn Selvog with 21
points.

 

Terriers 68 vs. Firm Foundation 50

WSD – 14-11-21-22

Record 2-1 (League 0-1)

Randall Smith – 14  

Zhano Ingram – 4      

Tredynn Selvog – 21  

Miguel Peregrino – 28  

Juan Gayton-Arroyo – 1    

Firm Foundation – 9-13-10-18

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

American Spirit 42 WPSD 13

Kai Miller 8

Overall 2-8
League 0-3

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

@ American Spirit Academy 
WP 10 7 12 9 = 38

AS   15 9 15 8 = 47
M. Weber 17 pts

D. Dixon 13 pts
Record 1 – 6, League 0 – 3

 

 

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DeafDigest Sports – December 16, 2014

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

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- basketball updates

- defeating a much taller opponent

- wrestling update


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Florida boys’ basketball

St Johns Country Day School  41   FSDB  34

Season record  3-5

Thanks to the nice crowd we had in Settles Gym last night.  I am sorry we
could not put a better product on the
floor for you.

I saw we were flat in pre-game warmups and unfortunately it carried over
into the game.  Possibly my starters were
still somewhat gassed from the grueling close loss at Taylor Pierson the
night before when they played most of the
game. There was an obvious difference in  the energy level with my bench
and starters against SJCD.  That aside,
my starters should have been mentally tougher and fought through it. This
was the worst game we have played so far
this season. The disappointing aspect was we did not make the Spartans
earn the win. We stood around and watched
them launch uncontested  3′s.  We also stood around on offense with very
little movement in our sets. We bailed
out SJCD several times sending them to the free throw line with
unnecessary fouls following missed shots. We were
only down by six at half and it was anybody’s game for the taking. By this
time the Spartans had already made five
three pointers. They made another three pointer at the start of the second
half. We called time and went to full
man to man.  My starters made three straight errant passes for turnovers
which led to a 13 point deficit. I sent
the bench in for the rest of the game midway thought the third quarter.
SJCD made no more threes the rest of the
contest and my bench cut the lead back down to six just by moving their
feet on defense, crashing the boards and
working the ball inside the paint. In hindsight, I had mulled the night
before for an hour about playing man to
man the full game to shut down their three point game. My only concern was
them killing us with backdoor cuts off
screens since we can’t communicate with each other about picks being set.
I should have went with my gut and went
full man. It seemed to work better for us. Teams are normally a reflection
of their coaches and I did a poor job
in having the team ready for this game. I can’t lay it all off on my team.
We all had a hand in this dismal
performance. One big positive is our bench continues to turn in solid
performances in every game we have played.

This is really going to help us at the MD Tourney. We are on the road to
Eagle View Monday. We haven’t played them
in five years. Eagle View beat SJCD by four points Monday night . It
should be interesting to see if we can bounce
back and play with some passion and get last evenings horrow show out of
our system. Have a great weekend.

Zack Willams-2 points, 6 rebounds. Nice game in his first career start
Cedric Scott-2 points, 6 rebounds
Edaurdo Solar-14 points, (two 3′s), 6-6 at the charity stripe
Anthony Cash-6 points, 6 rebounds
Dante Townsend-4 points, 6 rebounds
Qunetin Galpine-2 points, 5 rebounds
Quendale Holmes-4 points, 5 rebounds
Alex Wallace, Jomar Figueroa and Gary Wells all played but did not score

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Florida girls’ basketball

FSDB vs Taylor Pierson                                  12/15/14
Varsity Lady Dragons
1st Quarter- 8-6                        Record: 7-3
2nd Quarter- 20-8                       
3rd Quarter- 29-15                                                           
4th Quarter- 37-17                                                  

                                                    
        A little rest over the weekend and the girls were
ready to play! They came together well as a team, with
beautiful ball movement and unselfish shots. I am very
proud of them tonight and hope this momentum moves on to
tomorrow’s game. We face a tough match vs Harvest and
can use all of your support. Please congratulate the girls
on a great game!

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Learning Center girls’ basketball

The Lady Ghosts played first home game of the season today, hosting
Commonwealth.  Even though we have practiced here at our home, the
baskets today was not kind to us.   We made several good shots at
basket but the hoops would not let the ball go through the nets.
  Hats off to Commonwealth for staying ahead and maintaining lead
against us.   Result – 15-9.

Kayla LoBrutto (So) – 3 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal
Emily Zeringue (Fr) – 2 rebounds, 1 steal
Heather Hall (So) – 5 points, 4 rebounds, 1 block
Taylor Adam (Sr) – 5 rebounds, 3 steals
Sabrina Rodrigues (7th) – 6 rebounds, 4 steals
Isabella Bucci (7th) – 4 points, 5 rebounds, 4 steals
Kelty Kober (6th) – 6 offensive rebounds, 2 defensive rebounds, 1
assist, 2 steals
Christine Vargas (Fr) – 1 offensive rebound

Next Game -Wednesday, 12/17 @ Bradford Christian Academy

Record: 1-4

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Lexington wrestling

December 11, 2014 — New York Institute of Special Education
(N.Y.I.S.E)

 

Results:

Lexington 36 – NYISE 36

 

Final results:

138:  Jean Carlos Diaz – won by pin, 1:44

152: Raymond Mukhailov – won by pin, :35 sec.

 

Exhibition matches:

126 Noah Aljahmi – lost by pin, 4:53

145 Francisco Hernandez – won by pin, 1:37

160 Fatou Sankanu – won by decision 14-8

 

The rest of my 4 wrestlers won by forfeit! Their 6 wrestlers won by
forfeit.

 

Season Match Record:   1-2-1

 

This coming Saturday December 20th, 2014 Mayor’s Cup at Riverbank,
New York.

On Saturday January 3rd,  2015 Martin Luther Invitational Tournament
at Maspeth, New York

We want you all have a Wonderful Happy Holidays and Happy Healthy New
Year!

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Legacy 45 Lexington 46

 

East Elmhurst, N.Y. – Lexington faced a big sized full squad team in
Legacy who beat Lexington twice last season. Legacy took the lead
right away and never looked back until the 4th quarter. The Blue jays
were down by 8 points before starting the battle to finish the game
as we did not give up at all since start of 3rd quarter. We had great
defense and took advantage of all of the turnovers they made in 4th
quarter as we applied more pressure in our defense to the end of the
game. at 8.6 seconds mark, we took a time out with a tie after Legacy
tied up the score at 45-45 after two leads we made that ended up tied
twice. We developed a play where Legacy fouled Samer Abualya on the 3
point arc. Samer had three attempts on free throws and only made one
the final of the three. Legacy called two back-to back time outs with
2.8 seconds of play left to try take the win. We put full court press
and got them to pass the ball around and a throw from half court for
a miss. LEXINGTON jumped up with a joy and a victory and learned that
size means nothing in this game if you are playing it other ways such
as outside shooting and great defense. Samer Abualya hit 5 treys.

 

Box Score:
 Legacy:      12 12 12   9 = 45
Lexington:  11  9  12 14 = 46

Statistics Leaders:
Points: Samer Abualya (26) & Timar Harris (10)
Rebounds: Jorge Ortega & Samer Abualya (6 each)
Assists: Jorge Ortega & Samer Abualya (4 each)
Blocked Shots: Jorge Ortega (2)
Steals: Jorge Ortega (8) & Timar Harris (6)
 Season Record: 3-2

 

Next game: Wednesday, December 17th VS Stevenson-JV at 4 PM.

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Michigan boys’ basketball

MSD.          8.      14.    4.    3.       29
Academy.     36.      23.   15.  19.       93
West

Leading Scorers-
Kalib Jones- 11pts 7rebs 4 assists
Austin Blair- 6pts
Danny Kennedy III- 3pts
Myron Pittman- 2pts
Asante Matten- 2pts
Jamar Mitchell- 2pts
Chris Robinson- 2pts
Dewan Collins- 1pt

MSD.         2.      9.       9.      8.      28
Madison.    11.    14.     13.    20.     58

Leading Scorers-
Kalib Jones- 17pts 10 Rebs 2 blocks
                     1 steal
Asante Matten- 7pts 9 Rebs 4 blocks
                     1 assist
Dewan Collins- 2pts 5 Rebs 3 assists
                      2 steals 2 blocks
Myron Pittman- 2pts 1 Reb 1 assist

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Minnesota basketball

GBB: Msad lost to Cleveland, 30 to 45.
Now 5-3

BBB: Msad lost to Cleveland, 53 to 65
Now 6-3
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Ohio boys’ basketball

OSD Boys 22 vs High Street Christian 47

OSD  0-10-5-7==22
HSC  21-8-11-7==47
OSD Boys: Arnold 6-0-12, Jackson 1-1-3, Walters 1-0-2, Davenport
2-1-5, Taylor 0. ​ Totals: 10-2-22

HSC Boys: Anderson 5-0-13, Mainoos 5-0-10, Sekerak 2-0-5, Johnson
1-0-2, Oldham 5-1-15, R. Clagg 1-0-2.  Three-point goals: Anderson 3,
Sekerak, Oldham 4.   Totals: 19-1-47.
OSD Boys Team Record 3-4
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Rhode Island boys’ basketball

The Roosters playing without the starting point guard lost to
Aquidneck Island Christian Academy,18-34. Jairee Hill scored 11
points and hauled in 13 rebounds. Record is now 1-4.

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Riverside boys’ basketball

Game #9 December 15, 2014

CSD-Riverside vs. Hamilton
CSDR     -   7    23   18   17    =   65
Hamilton -  11   15   18  19    =   63

Halftime -  CSDR lead 28-22
RIVERSIDE CUBS

Ermias Thomas- 5 assistant

Alan Alocoer – 6 points

Mavrick Fisher- 10 Points, 8 Rebounds
Noah Valencia- 33 Points, 4 assistant
Deasn Welch- 10 Points, 10 Rebounds
Team Total FG: 41.5%
Team Total 3FG: 30.4%
Team Total FT: 14-22
Record: 5-4
CSD-Riverside Boys Escape to Win Over Hamilton

In the first two minutes of the game, both teams remained scoreless
until CSDR jumped ahead with a 4-0 run. At the end of the 1st
quarter, CSDR scored only 7 points and the score read 11-7, Hamilton
in the lead. In the 2nd quarter, Hamilton extended their lead to
22-15. CSDR decided to change their defense, which inspired them to
go on a 13-3 run. CSDR made 23 points in the 2nd quarter and halftime
found CSDR in the lead, 30-26, over Hamilton.

 

In the 3rd quarter, CSDR continued to stay in the lead (60-48).
Hamilton did not stop playing, though, and went on a 15-2 run in the
last few minutes of the game. CSDR remained calm and in control, and
as a result they emerged victorious against their league opponent and
won, 65-63, despite the very late scare.

CSDR’s victory came on the strength of Noah Valencia, who scored 33
points. Alan Alcocer helped CSDR capture the lead in the 2nd quarter
with his three-pointer. Alcocer sank two three-pointers and scored 6
points total. Two other players also added 20 points for CSDR: Desean
Welch contributed double-double 10 points and 10 rebounds. Mavrick
Fisher also scored 10 points. Also helping the effort for CSDR was
Adonis Tauvalaau (5 points, 2 rebounds).

 

“We won. Our boys were really worn out after playing 9 games in 14
day however; we have to give our team credit for this victory. Not
only that, our fans did make a huge difference for the boys tonight!
It takes a village to make something like this happen. The entire
CSDR community came together to win tonight,” stated the coaches.

 

CSDR will play against another league opponent, Upland Christian, in
an away game this Thursday, December 18, at 6:00 p.m.

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

Cornerstone Prep 36 WPSD 20

Kai Miller 13

Overall 2-7
League 0-2

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West Virginia boys’ basketball

We hosted Legacy Christian Academy and earned the first
victory of the season.

West Virginia   17  9  12  16 = 54
Legacy            2   2    17  8  = 29

Patrick Epperly led the team with 25 points and pulled down 3
rebounds and one assist.  Logan Gray followed up
with 17 points and pulled down 16 rebounds and 4 assists. 
Jesse Snyder came up with 7 points and pulled down 5
rebounds.  Mikey McGray scored 3 points and had one assist. 
Jordan Simmons scored 2 points and pulled down 4
rebounds. 

We are scheduled to travel to Virginia School for the Deaf on
December 18th.

Record 1 – 2

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Gallaudet’s huge basketball win

from a fan

Goucher plays in a tough conference with Catholic, Susquehanna,
Juanita, etc. Earlier, they played two D-1 teams (Howard U and
Towson). We were up 16 at one point and our double-digit lead
disappeared when they started playing more aggressive, over-denying
our 1st pass and their desperate 3s. We held and won.

 

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Hackney Classic results

Saturday, December 13

 

Girls

 

Mississippi  56 Georgia 38

Alabama 56  South Carolina 43

Mississippi 45  South Carolina 19

Georgia 35  Alabama 24

 

Mississippi 3 – 0

Georgia 2 – 1

Alabama  1 – 2

South Carolina  0 – 3

 

Boys

Mississippi 46  Georgia 26

Alabama 57  South Carolina 28

Mississippi 51  South Carolina 29

Alabama 52  Georgia 17

 

Alabama 3 – 0

Mississippi 2 – 1

South Carolina 1 – 2

Georgia 0 – 3

 
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Alabama basketball

 

Girls Varsity

Alabama 56  South Carolina 43

Alabama 24  Georgia 35

 

Season record: 3 – 6

Boys Varsity

Alabama 57  South Carolina 28

Alabama 52  Georgia 17

 

Season record: 7 – 2

 

Next game:  Talladega County Central (Tuesday, December 16)

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Delaware basketball
Girls

 

DSD  21  West Nottingham Academy  47

Henshaw – 14 points

Bratten – 6 points

 

DSD  31  New Jersey School for the Deaf  12

Henshaw – 14 points

Russell – 10 points

DSD  14  Aquinas Academy  46

Russell – 9 points

 

DSD Girls BB Season Record – 1-2

 

Boys

 

DSD  29  West Nottingham Academy  60

Harris – 15 points

Givins-Barlowe – 6 points

 

DSD  55  New Jersey School for the Deaf  41

Harris – 21 points

Thomas – 16 points

Nutto – 9 points

 

DSD  50  Aquinas Academy  54

Harris – 26 points

Thomas – 11 points

 

DSD Boys BB Season Record – 1-2

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Florida boys’ basketball

newspaper story

Preparing for Mason-Dixon

Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind boys basketball coach Rick
Roberts knew the challenges awaiting his team.

With the first six games of the season on the road, that meant a lot of
long bus rides and tough environments while players learned to adjust to
new roles and play with new teammates.

But he feels it served a good purpose . it helped prepare the team for the
Mason-Dixon Tournament in January.

.I really like the schedule having six games on the road because you get
to do some bonding on the road and some circle-the-wagons type things,. he
said. .With our kids being deaf, when we go into a hostile environment, we
are the only deaf people in the gym. It.s the bus, we.re in the gym, our
friends aren.t here and it.s a totally different environment in the gym.

.There.s not a lot of hands waving, the drum is not getting pounded on. I
like the six games away because it sets us up with a lot of home games
before the Mason-Dixon Tournament..

It also allows players to get use to the rigors of traveling. FSDB will be
looking for its third straight Mason-Dixon Tournament championship this
season when the team travels to Knoxville, Tenn. Given the Dragons play as
an independent, the tournament is what their season is centered around.

.It was a really good way to bond,. Zach Williams said of the road games
to open the season. .There were a lot of long rides, so you have a lot of
time to think and to bond as brothers on the team..

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Iowa boys’ basketball

ISD 39 Lewis Central 57

 

ISD record 1-5

Marcos Ibarra 15 pts/4 asst

Dalton Rosch 4 pts/ 7 rebound

Layne Guerrero 8pts/ 2 rebound

Austin Gaines 8 pts/ 9 rebounds

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Mississippi boys’ basketball

Mississippi vs Alabama on December 12th

First Quarter:
MSD- 4
ASD- 13

Second Quarter:
MSD- 20
ASD- 20

Third Quarter:
MSD- 30
ASD- 41

Four Quarter:
MSD- 39
ASD- 57

Final Score: MSD- 39
Pineywoods- 57

Scoring Leaders:
MSD
Ricky Church- 12 points

 

 

Mississippi vs Georgia on December 13th

First Quarter:
MSD- 6
GSD- 5

Second Quarter:
MSD- 13
GSD- 11

Third Quarter:
MSD- 28
GSD- 17

Four Quarter:
MSD- 46
GSD- 26

Final Score: MSD- 46
GSD- 26

Scoring Leaders:
MSD
Mark Campbell- 12 points

 

 
Mississippi vs South Carolina on December 13th

Final Score: MSD- 51
SCSDB- 29
2-5 record

 

 
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St Mary’s girls basketball

Our overall record is 0-4

Yesterday we faced off against Global Concepts Charter school in
Lackawana. We started off slow against a man to
man defense which shut down the lady bisons for most of the first quarter.
After some player switches the game
became much more competitive but the girls were still unable to pull off a
win. We lost 31- 48 but we did have our
highest scoring game so far of the season, much in part due to Amanda
Martinez, Jasmine Hollingsworth and Cami
Cole’s awesome free throw shooting abilities and Vuaghntasia Hawkins’
rebounding. Our next game will be Tuesday,
December 16th at home against Central Baptist, we hope to see many people
there supporting our lady bisons.
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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Spartans Classic @ Ohio School for the Deaf
vs Ohio
WPSD  10   4 9 18 = 41

OSD     16 18 18 17 = 69
M. Weber 18 pts

D. Dixon 12 pts
vs Kentucky
WP 11 12   0 11 = 34

KY   20 15 23 14 = 72
S. Reeves 17 pts

M. Weber 10 pts
vs St. Rita
WPSD 26 11 6 17 = 60

SRSD    4  4  12  8 = 28

K. D’Amore 12 pts

M. Weber 11 pts
Record 1 – 5,  League 0 – 2
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women’s MMA fighting

Utah

newspaper story

Aubree Thompson, of Draper, defeated Jennifer Snyder quickly.
Thompson, who is deaf, won in a less than a minute via a
guillotine tap out.

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Australia Deaf vs North Korea Deaf soccer

newspaper story

Australia.s men.s deaf football side were involved in an historic clash
with DPR Korea on Saturday, cruising to an impressive victory.

In front of almost 3000 fans at the Sydney Athletics Centre in Homebush,
Robert Stanton.s side were too good for the tourists, winning 4-1.
Australia started the match maintaining possession for long periods, while
DPR. Korea defended strongly for long periods.

It wasn.t until 10 minutes before the beak that Australia was able to
break down the visitor.s defensive structure allowing Stephen David to
score.

Two more goals from Zac Lowe before the break ensured the hosts were
comfortable at 3-0 at half-time.

DPR Korea started stronger after the break and pulled a goal back in the
50th minute from the penalty spot before the Aussies added a fourth 10
minutes from time.

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Bison defeat Goucher College in a 75-71 victory
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mbkb/2014-15/releases/recap_goucher

editor’s note:
a win over a CAC team is always a big win

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Spartan Classic 2014 at Ohio

Girls
Kentucky 41, St Rita 13
Ohio 27, WPSD 20
Kentucky 29, WPSD 15
Ohio 49, St Rita 4
WPSD 40, St Rita 18
Ohio 19, Kentucky 11

Records:
Ohio 3-0
Kentucky 2-1
WPSD 1-2
St Rita 0-3
Ohio girls win Spartan Classic.

Boys
Kentucky 56, St Rita 25
Ohio 69, WPSD 41
Kentucky 72, WPSD 34
Ohio 41, St Rita 15
WPSD 60, St Rita 28
Kentucky 30, Ohio 28

Records:
Kentucky 3-0
Ohio 2-1
WPSD 1-2
St Rita 0-3

Kentucky boys win Spartan Classic.

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

***TWO*** Saturday Games-

Spartan Classic at Ohio School for the Deaf

Saturday morning game:

Kentucky School for the Deaf 72, Western Pennsylvania School for the
Deaf 34

Western Pa. School f/t Deaf         11     23     23     34
KY School f/t Deaf                          20     35     58     72

Western Pa. School f/t Deaf (0-5)- C. D’Amore 2, Weber 10, Reeves 17,
Dixon 3, Rasbeck 2.

Ky. School f/t Deaf (4-3)- Dillon Maynard 13, Ryan Mayes 8, Jeffrey
Couch 6, Irvin Herrera 19, Ricky Hubbard 10, Bruce Gemmer 12,
Jonathan Demaree 4.

KSD scored 70-plus points for the first time since an 88-59 win over
Riverside Christian in 2011.

KSD outscored WPSD 23-0 in the 3rd quarter to break the game open.

KSD- 18 assists, 14 steals, 19 offensive rebounds, 5 blocked shots,
and only 9 turnovers

Ryan Mayes- 11 rebounds, 6 assists, 3 steals

Ricky Hubbard- 7 rebounds

Bruce Gemmer- tied a career high for points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists

Irvin Herrera- a career high 19 points, 3 assists

Dillon Maynard- 3 blocked shots

 
Saturday evening game:

Kentucky School for the Deaf 30, Ohio School for the Deaf 28

Ohio School f/t Deaf       4      10     18     28
Ky. School f/t Deaf         12     14     21     30

Ohio School f/t Deaf (3-3)- Arnold 4, Jackson 3, Brown 19, Taylor 2.

Ky. School f/t Deaf (5-3)- Dillon Maynard 16, Ryan Mayes 9, Jeffrey
Couch 4, Irvin Herrera 1.

KSD wins the Spartan Classic with a 3-0 record.

Bruce Gemmer- 6 rebounds

Ricky Hubbard- 5 rebounds, all of them in the 4th quarter

…………………………..

Mississippi girls’ basketball
Mississippi School for the Deaf

MSD 51 VS Alabama SD 18
S. Coleman – 12
K. Catheny – 22
S. Hubbard – 10
T. Colom – 2
E. Colom – 5

Today -

MSD 56 VS Georgia SD 38
S. Coleman – 14
K. Cathey – 12
S. Hubbard – 14
S. Bush – 2
E. Colom – 12
F. Latham – 2

Today -
MSD 48 VS South Caroline SD 19
S. Coleman – 4
S. Hubbard – 4
T. Colom – 5
E. Colom – 8
R. Matien – 7
T. Grant – 9
F. Latham – 2
K. Barnes 4
N. Orey – 2

5-2 record

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Missouri boys’ basketball

Sunflower Classic Scores

Oklahoma School for the Deaf 28, Missouri School for the Deaf  25

Oklahoma        11         7          4          6             28
MSD                5         8          4          8             25
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Model boys’ basketball

Southern MD  52
Model School  26

Model School  23
Spencerville  42

Model School  47
Maryland School  64

Record:  1-6
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Ohio boys’ basketball

OSD   12-8-17-4==41

SRSD  2-4-4-5==15
OSD Boys: Zajackowski 2-0-4, Walters 4-0-9, Mazza 10-0-20,
Buckingham 3-2-8, Taylor 0.  Three-point goals: Walters. Totals: 19-2-41
SRSD Boys: Gross 0-1-1, Ott 3-0-6, Mullins 2-0-4, Durbin 2-0-4,
J. Carpenter 0.  Totals: 7-1-15
We are now 3-3 for the Boys team after OSD/St. Rita game

OSD  4-6-8-10==28
KSD  12-2-7-9==30

OSD Boys: Arnold 2-0-4, Jackson 1-1-3, Brown 9-0-19, Taylor 1-0-2,
Davenport 0.  Three-point goals: Brown.  Totals: 13-1-28
KSD Boys: Mayes 3-2-9, Herrera 0-1-1, Maynard 6-2-16, Couch 2-0-4,
Gemmer 0.  Three-point goals: Mayes, Maynard 2. Totals: 11-5-30

Boys are 3-3 and play on Monday 12/15 on the road.

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Ohio girls’ basketball

OSD  21-12-6-19==49

SRSD  4-0-0-0==4
OSD Girls: Mendis 6-4-16, Willingham 3-0-7, Shakir 4-0-8,
Bass 1-0-2, Greene 8-0-16.  Willingham.  Totals: 22-4-49
SRSD Girls: Estes 1-0-2, Baker 1-0-2, V. Colter 0,
Woods 0, Sabillon 0.  Totals: 2-0-4.
OSD Girls Team Record 5-1

OSD girls team had some coaching changes before season started
as Kallie Mendenhall and Bill Estes are co-coaches.

South Carolina boys’ basketball

SCSDB- 7 4 11 6- 28
ASD- 17 23 4 13-57

SCSDB-Cheek-10,T. Smith-9, Moore-6, Griffin-2, K. Smith-1

ASD-Scott-17,Darda-12, Edwards-8,Stallworth-6,Thomas-4,Maddox-2,Holman-2,James-2,Brownlee-2,Turner-2

SCSDB-4-5

 

SCSDB-9 8 5 7- 29
MSD- 9 16 13 13- 51

SCSDB-Moore-13, Griffin-7,K.Smith-3,Bibbs-2,Cheek-2,T.Smith-2

MSD-Church-15, Berry-9, Smith-7,Fleming-6,Campbell-5,Meeks-4,Love-4,Brignac-1

SCSDB 4-6

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

ASD 56, SCSDB 43

ASD 10 12 11 23 – 56
SCSDB 2 16 12 13 – 43

ASD: Jordan 10, Spurling 3, Moon 8, Crittenden 3, Ciganek 22, Smith 2, Demovey 2, Daniels 4, Latham 2

SCSDB: Avery 32, Crute 2, Wilkins 3, Chavis 6

3-pointers: ASD 3

Rebounds: SCSDB 28

Records: Schools (1-7)

 

Game 2:

MSD 45, SCSDB 19

MSD 9 18 8 10 – 45
SCSDB 2 2 15 19 – 19

MSD: Shanieka 4, Shakeecha 4, Tarron 5, Eleise 8, Rose 7, Tamera 9, Faith 2, Nilah 2, Keiaisha 4

SCSDB: Avery 14, Wilkins 2, Crute 2,  Chavis 1

3 pointers: MSD 3

Rebounds: SCSDB 24

Records: (1-8)

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West Virginia boys’ basketball

West Virginia Boys Basketball opened the season by participating the
Holiday Tournament hosted by Union High School this weekend.

December 12th

We faced Union in the opening round of the tournament.

Box score

West Virginia  6  13  17  11  = 47
Union             19 19  21  14 = 73

Patrick Epperly led the team with 31 points and pulled down 3
rebounds and one assist.  Logan Gray followed up with 12 points and
pulled down 8 rebounds and had 2 steals and 2 assists. Jesse Snyder
scored 4 points as he pulled down 5 rebounds and one assist.  Jordan
Simmons saw a lot of action and credited 2 assists.

December 13th, we faced Rubenstein Center for consolation game.

Box score

West Virginia  8  18  12  16  = 54
Rubenstein   23  12  32  20 = 85

Patrick Epperly led the team with 28 points  and pulled down 4
rebounds and credited for 2 assists.  Logan Gray scored 19 points
and  pulled down 12 rebounds and credited for 2 steals and one
assist.  Mickey McGray and Jesse each scored 2 points as Jesse
pulled down 2 rebounds and Mickey was credited for 1 steal.  Hunter
Barrows scored 3 points.

We will host Legacy Christian Academy on December 15th.

Our record is 0 – 2

Coach Paul See has returned to coaching after a year in leave of
absence

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Alabama basketball – Hackney Classic

Hackney Classic

 

Friday, December 12

 

Girls

 

Georgia 30  South Carolina 12

Mississippi 51  Alabama 18

 

Boys

 

South Carolina 53  Georgia 21

Alabama 57  Mississippi 39

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Alabama basketball

 

Girls Varsity

Alabama 18  Mississippi 51

 

Season record: 2 – 5

 

Boys Varsity

Alabama 57  Mississippi 39

 

Season record: 5 – 2

 

Next game:  South Carolina and Georgia (Saturday, December 13)
…………………….

Florida boys’ basketball

St Johns Country Day School  41   FSDB  34

Season record  3-5

Thanks to the nice crowd we had in Settles Gym last night.  I am
sorry we could not put a better product on the floor for you.
I saw we were flat in pre-game warmups and unfortunately it carried
over into the game.  Possibly my starters were still somewhat gassed
from the grueling close loss at Taylor Pierson the night before when
they played most of the game. There was an obvious difference in  the
energy level with my bench and starters against SJCD.  That aside, my
starters should have been mentally tougher and fought through it.
This was the worst game we have played so far this season. The
disappointing aspect was we did not make the Spartans earn the win.
We stood around and watched them launch uncontested  3′s.  We also
stood around on offense with very little movement in our sets. We
bailed out SJCD several times sending them to the free throw line
with unnecessary fouls following missed shots. We were only down by
six at half and it was anybody’s game for the taking. By this time
the Spartans had already made five three pointers. They made another
three pointer at the start of the second half. We called time and
went to full man to man.  My starters made three straight errant
passes for turnovers which led to a 13 point deficit. I sent the
bench in for the rest of the game midway thought the third quarter.
SJCD made no more threes the rest of the contest and my bench cut the
lead back down to six just by moving their feet on defense, crashing
the boards and working the ball inside the paint. In hindsight, I had
mulled the night before for an hour about playing man to man the full
game to shut down their three point game. My only concern was them
killing us with backdoor cuts off screens since we can’t communicate
with each other about picks being set. I should have went with my gut
and went full man. It seemed to work better for us. Teams are
normally a reflection of their coaches and I did a poor job in having
the team ready for this game. I can’t lay it all off on my team. We
all had a hand in this dismal performance. One big positive is our
bench continues to turn in solid performances in every game we have
played. This is really going to help us at the MD Tourney. We are on
the road to Eagle View Monday. We haven’t played them in five years.
Eagle View beat SJCD by four points Monday night . It should be
interesting to see if we can bounce back and play with some passion
and get last evenings horrow show out of our system. Have a great
weekend.

Zack Willams-2 points, 6 rebounds. Nice game in his first career
start
Cedric Scott-2 points, 6 rebounds
Edaurdo Solar-14 points, (two 3′s), 6-6 at the charity stripe
Anthony Cash-6 points, 6 rebounds
Dante Townsend-4 points, 6 rebounds
Qunetin Galpine-2 points, 5 rebounds
Quendale Holmes-4 points, 5 rebounds
Alex Wallace, Jomar Figueroa and Gary Wells all played but did not
score

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Spartan Classic at Ohio School for the Deaf

Kentucky School for the Deaf 56, St. Rita School for the Deaf 25

KY School f/t Deaf             10     21    42    56

St. Rita School f/t Deaf       2     14    18    25

KY School f/t Deaf (3-3)- Ryan Mayes 15, Jeffrey Couch 3, Irvin Herrera 10,
Ricky Hubbard 6, Bruce Gemmer 4, Aaron Howard 4, Jonathan Demaree 6, Payne Yance
4, James Fields 4.

St. Rita School f/t Deaf (0-4)- Durbin 11, Mullins 2, Ott 8, Gross 4, J. Carpenter 0.

KSD- 56 rebounds (26 offensive rebounds)

Ryan Mayes- 7 rebounds, 3 steals

Irvin Herrera- 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 steals

Bruce Gemmer- 12 rebounds, 3 assists

Jonathan Demaree- 9 rebounds

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Maryland girls’ basketball
Maryland School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball vs Model Secondary School for the Deaf 12/12/2014

MSSD     25
Maryland 71
MSSD      1-8-8-8 = 25
Maryland   25-15-18-13 = 71

Halftime: Maryland 40-9

Maryland: Weeks 4, Wiley 1, K. Lewis 3, T. Lewis 36, Bonheyo 4, Bahan
4, Daniels 13, Johnson 6

MSSD: Tingler 2, Smith 2, Anderson 2, Barnes 8, Burford 8, Kulisan 1,
Moran 2
Maryland Individual statistics:

T. Lewis 6 steals, 3 assists
Daniels 5 rebounds, 2 steals, 5 assists
Bahan 3 steals, 2 assists, 1 blocked shot
Johnson 4 rebounds, 2 steals
K. Lewis 3 steals
Bonheyo 3 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 assists

 
Maryland Girls Varsity record: 5-1

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Game #5

December 12, 2014

Model Secondary School for the Deaf @ Maryland School for the Deaf
MSSD -     13    11     8   15     =   47
MSD   -    20    23    12    9     =   64

Halftime –  MSD lead 43-24
MSD ORIOLES

John Werner, Jr. - 6 Points, 4 Assists, 3 Rebounds
Brady Perry – 3 Points
Egan Seremeth – 4 Points, 3 Assists
Mauricio Orozco - 8 Points, 4 Rebounds
Bailey Moers - 7 Points, 5 Rebounds, 1 Block
Damon Biskupiak - 10 Points, 8 Rebounds, 5 Steals, 3 Assists
Giovanni Maucere - 13 Points, 8 Rebounds, 1 Block
Yave Sanchez - 13 Points, 9 Rebounds

Team Total FG: 27
Team Total 3FG: 3 (Maucere, Moers, Perry)
Team Total FT: 7-19

MODEL SECONDARY

Malu Monigan - 4 Points
Kyle Lauderbaugh - 14 Points
Josco Mast  - 2 Points
Rodney Buford - 9 Points
Wilford Troup - 8 Points
Nsikak Umoren - 2 Points
Marcus Pointer – 8 Points
 
Team Total FG: 16
Team Total 3FG: 6 (Buford 2, Lauderbaugh 2, Troup 2)
Team Total FT: 9-13
Record: 3-2

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Ohio boys’ basketball

OSD Boys 69 vs. Western Pennsylvania 41

Spartan Classic Tournament
OSD  16-18-18-17==69

WPSD  10-4-9-18==41

OSD Boys: Arnold 6-0-12, Jackson 6-0-12, Brown 13-4-30,
Walters 2-0-5, Davenport 3-0-6, Muhammad 1-0-2, Buckingham 1-0-2.  
Three-point goals: Walters.

 Totals: 32-4-69
WPSD Boys: C. D’Amore 2-0-4, Weber 9-0-18, Reeves 1-1-3, Dixon 6-0-12,
Rasbeck 2-0-4.  Totals: 20-1-41

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Ohio girls’ basketball

OSD Girls 27 vs. Western Pennyslvania 20

Spartan Classic Tournament
OSD  4-4-9-10==27

WPSD 3-7-8-2==20
OSD Girls: Mendis 4-2-10, Willingham 5-0-12, Greene 2-1-5, Shakir 0,
Copen 0.   Three-point goals: Willingham 2.  Totals: 11-3-27
WPSD Girls: Reeves 2-0-4, Miller 2-0-5, Friday 2-1-5, Hulmes 2-0-4,
Fisher 1-0-2.  Three-point goals: Miller.  Totals: 9-1-20

 

Team Record: 3-1
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South Carolina girls’ basketball

GSD 30, SCSDB 12

GSD 4 14 48 – 30
SCSDB 2 1 5 4 – 12

GSD: Johnson 14, Jackson 6, Reynolds 12

SCSDB: Avery 9, Chavis 2, Crute 1

3-pointers: n/a

Records: Schools (1-6)
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Texas boys’ basketball

Another good team effort.   Beat RRCA 56-35..

Overall – 7 W 1 L
District – 2 W 1 L

Next Game: South Congress Classic hosted by TSD on Jan 2-3, 2015

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Barry Strassler, editor

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- basketball updates

- a Gallaudet football honor

- football honors

- deaf referee’s future NCAA-I games

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won/lost records – as of December 12, 2014
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet football

Alleyne named to D3football.com All-East Region Third Team Defense
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/fball/2014-15/releases/d3allregion

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Alabama basketball

 

Girls Varsity

ASD 36  Victory Christian 31

 

Season record: 2 – 4

 

Boys Varsity

ASD 63  Victory Christian 59

Season record: 4 – 2

 

Next game:  Mississippi School for the Deaf (Friday, December 12)

 

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American girls’ basketball

American School for the Deaf: 29
Emmanuel Christian Academy: 43

American School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball Record: 4-2
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Arkansas basketball

Boys’ game tonight is not on scheduled due to same name
of school (Covenant Christian Academy and Covenant Keepers).

Next Game: Saline County Christian @ Arkansas 1/6

Record: 1-7
Girls’ game tonight versus Saline County Christian in
a non-conference (additional to schedule)

Saline County Christian defeated Arkansas by 1 point! 42 to 41.

M. Vang led Leopards with 13 points followed by B. Sorrells with 12.

Arkansas –          6              9              11           15           =             41
Saline Co. -          12           7              6              17           =             42

Next Game: Saline County Christian @ Arkansas 1/6

Record: 1-7

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Florida girls’ basketball

FSDB vs St Johns Country Day

Varsity Lady Dragons
1st Quarter- 8-2                        Record: 6-3
2nd Quarter- 16-12
3rd Quarter- 21-29
4th Quarter- 32-35
There is really not a lot to say about this game. Both teams did
not play like the last time we matched
up. It felt like both teams pulled each other down instead of pushing each
other to play better. Fatigue seemed to
be plaguing our girls on defense and they seemed to be moving in slow
motion. We dominated the paint on rebounds
between Shua, Megan and Asheli, but couldn’t finish with a basket. My
expectation is for the girls to take
advantage of the weekend, get some rest in order to be ready for a tough
week of games coming up. Congrats to Shua
on her 3rd Double-Double tonight. She carried the team on her back last
night.

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Indiana football
American Family Insurance ALL-USA Central Indiana HS football Super Team

Honorable Mention

QB Preston Kelly
WR Dante Paulone

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Maryland boys’ basketball

December 11, 2014

Mt. Airy Christian @ Maryland School for the Deaf

MACA -     11     6    11   17    11    =   56
MSD   -      7    11   16   11      6    =   51

Halftime –  MSD lead 18-17

MSD ORIOLES

John Werner, Jr. - 9 Points, 3 Assists
Mauricio Orozco - 6 Points,
Bailey Moers - 5 Points, 6 Rebounds, 4 Assists
Damon Biskupiak - 6 Points, 12 Rebounds
Giovanni Maucere – 9 Points, 6 Assists, 4 Rebounds, 1 Block
Yave Sanchez - 16 Points, 11 Rebounds

Team Total FG: 22
Team Total 3FG: 4 (Werner, Jr. 2, Maucere, Moers)
Team Total FT: 3-10

Record: 2-2
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Maryland girls’ basketball

Mt. Airy 23
MSD  77
Mt. Airy 9-6-5-3 = 23
MSD   14-23-20-21 = 77

Halftime: MSD 37-15

MSD : Wiley 2, K. Lewis 10, Seremeth 2, T. Lewis 36, Bonheyo 2, Bahan 2, Daniels 15, Johnson 8, Wood-Jacobowitz 1

Mt. Airy: Lucente 6, Fleming 6, Barnsley 5, Kurdziolek 6
MSD Individual statistics:

T. Lewis 11 steals, 5 assists
Daniels 11 assists, 4 rebounds, 2 steals
Bahan 5 assists
Wiley 6 rebounds

MSD Girls Varsity record: 4-1

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Riverside boys’ basketball

CSD-Riverside Boys Basketball

Lost to Mesa Grande but enter in FINALS!

Mess Grande grabbed the lead against CSD-Riverside Boys Basketball on
a two-pointer from #3 in the second period and held on.

Despite scoring a game-high 14 points during the first quarter, CSDR
fell behind early, trailing 27-22 by the half. CSDR lost to Mess
Grande 52-43.

Valencia was the leader of CSDR offense with 20 points, including
eight during the third period. He also contributed, three steals and
four blocks.

Alan Alcocer put up two three-pointers and scored six points total.
Also, helping the effort for CSDR were Nathaniel Humpal (4 points, 5
rebounds), Christian Jacobs (4 points, 8 rebounds, 1 steal), Desean
Welch (4 points, 2 rebounds), and Mavrick Fisher (3 points, 4
rebounds)

“Quite a disappointing loss to Mesa Grande tonight, our guys didnÿÿt
play the execute plays on offense. We need to work on our offense,
but I am glad we have the chance play in the finals today” stated
Coach Valencia-Biskupiak.

CSDR will play in the FINALS game on tonight, Thursday, Dec. 11, at
6:30 p.m. against Upland Christian at La Sierra Academy.

Riverside boys’ basketball

Game #8

December 11, 2014

CSD-Riverside vs. Upland Christian @ La Sierra Holidays Classic

CSDR     -   11    17   7    8    =   45
UC           -   9    13    6    8    =   36

Halftime -  CSDR lead 28-22

RIVERSIDE CUBS

Ermias Thomas- 6 Points

Alan Alocoer – 7 Rebounds, 1 Steal

Mavrick Fisher – 7 Points, 8 Rebounds

Noah Valencia – 21 Points, 5 assistant

Christian Jacobs- 5 Points, 4 Rebounds

Deasn Welch- 9 Rebounds

Team Total FG: 35%
Team Total 3FG: 30%
Team Total FT: 2-3

Record: 4-4

 

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St Mary’s boys basketball

The Bisons took on Falk JV yesterday and lost by a score of 28-19.
This was a close game for most of 32 minutes. The Bisons matched
up well with Falk and both teams lacked experience so we knew going
into this game that it was going to be close. There were many shots
and missed opportunities by both teams. The Bisons trailed
Falk 16-12 at halftime. The third quarter only produced 3 points
total from both teams! Cole Rodgers hit 2 big shots in the game to
keep us in the competition. In the end, Falk capitalized on our
inability to connect on shots and walked out of Gallagher Gym with the victory.

Cole Rodgers finished with 6 points.
Dalton Planty had 4 points.
Isa Habeeb had 3 points.
Chris Martin and Christain Lawrence each had 2 points.

Our overall record is 0-3.  Our next game is 12/16 at home against Central
Baptist at 5:30pm.

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Texas girls’ basketball

Played two district games this week:

Game on Tues vs Central Texas Christian- won 48-34

Game on Thurs vs Round Rock Christian- won 47-23

Overall record 13-4, District 2-1
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Virginia basketball

The VSDB girls basketball team defeated the Eastern North Carolina School
for the Deaf 59 to 16 in their Homecoming game. This is the third win for
the Cardinals. Anaizha Thompson led the Cardinals for the second time
scoring 18 points.

The VSDB boys team also defeated ENCSD 38 to 35 for their third win of the
season. The game was tied at 35 all with 1 minute to go and ENCSD in
possession. Playing for the last shot ENCSD loss the ball driving for the
basket. VSDB’s Aaron Quillen picked up the loose ball and drove the length
of the court scoring on a layup and getting fouled in the process. Aaron
made the free throw giving VSDB a 3 point lead with 4 seconds. The inbound
pass was stolen by Aaron as the clock ran out. Aaron was the leading scorer
with 25 points.

the girls are 3 and 4 the boys are 3 and 5

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Washington basketball

WSD Girls and Boys Basketball Scores:  12/11/14

WSD @ PJII

WSD Lady Terriers won their league season opener @ PJII. The Lady
Terriers were led by Senior Yajaira Bedolla with 21 points and 11
rebounds.
Lady Terriers 31 @ PJII 20

WSD – 8-8-2-13

Record 2-0 (League 1-0)

Cassie Tracy – 4
Yajaira Bedolla – 21
Maria Lopez – 2
Vangie Sohler – 4

PJII – 10-2-4-2
WSD Terriers fought hard but came up short on the road in a league
game @ PJII. The Terriers were led by Junior Randall Smith with 17
points and 13 rebounds.

 

Terriers 39 @ PJII 52

WSD – 10-8-10-11

Record 1-1 (League 0-1)

Randall Smith - 17
Tredynn Selvog – 11
Miguel Peregrino – 4
Josh Marvel - 3
Taylor Payne – 2
David Green - 2

PJII – 16-15-9-13

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 17. Cornerstone Prep 38

Kai Miller 6
Destiny Tanner 4
Tori Reeves 4

Overall 1-4
League 0-2

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

vs Cornerstone Prep
CP 21 12 14 12 = 60

WP 6   6  11 16 = 39

M. Weber 12 points

D. Dixon 12 points

K. D’Amore 8 steals
Record 0 – 3, League 0 – 2

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Wisconsin girls’ basketball

WSD          6       6       6       10      = 28
Union Grove 14   17       4       6       = 41

Record 1-4

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Wisconsin boys’ basketball

Wisconsin Firebirds defeated Union Grove Christian Cougars last night. We
managed to find a way to score effectively & explosive outcomes in the 2nd
period. Our boys kept to contain Cougars’ field goal shooting during the
first half. Our boys maintained to control the ball game during the second
half . We also allowed our substitution players to play their more
minutes in the 4th period. Next game: Early View Academy (Top team in our
Indian Trails Confernce) on 12/16 (Tuesday).
Wisconsin School f/t Deaf 12 24 15 12 63
Union Grove Christian 9 11 8 18 46

Record: 4 – 2

 

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Chris Miller’s future NCAA-I games as referee

at Navy Dec 31st at 4 pm vs Loyola
at American Jan 10th at 4 pm vs Colgate
at Cornell Feb 7th at 6 pm vs Princeton
at American on Feb 14th at 2 pm vs Lafayette
at Bucknell in Feb 18th at 7 pm vs Loyola

 

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