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Jan
31

2017/01/31

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DeafDigest Sports – January 31, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball updates

— rugby score

Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf referees in football
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 1/31/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/deaf-rugby-england-vs-wales/

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Colorado boys’ basketball

Update on previous game: Manzanola played an ineligible player and called
us afterwards to forfeit the game.

CSDB – 15
Manzanola – 48
(this game has become a forfeit win for Colorado)

That changes are record to:
3-11 Overall
1-3 in Conference

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Kansas boys’ basketball

*Game # 13*

*January 26, 2017*

*Hyman Brand @ Kansas Deaf*

Hyman Brand

15

12

10

18

55

Kansas Deaf

12

19

16

17

64

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Junior – 38 points, 27 rebounds

Aryzona Marsh, Senior – 8 points, 7 rebounds

Raul Melgar, Junior – 4 points

Marcus Aiken, Junior – 8 points

Zander Symansky, Sophomore – 6 points

*Team Total FG: *26-43
*Team Total 3FG: *1 (Zander Symansky)
*Team Total FT: *11-21

*Record:* 12-1

Our next game will be against Arkansas Deaf on Friday, January 27th at
Oklahoma Deaf at 5:00PM

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Game #19

January 30, 2017

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Heritage Academy

             1      2      3     4  =  Total
MSD -   11    17     11    8  =  47
HA    -   10     2      7   10  =  29

Halftime:  MSD led 28-12

MSD ORIOLES

Esteban Kovacs -  6 points
John Werner, Jr. -  14 points, 1 block
Austin Wilson -  6 points
Egan Seremeth – 3 points, 5 rebounds
Bobga Tete -  5 points, 4 rebounds
Austin Latin – 3 rebounds
Stefan Anderson – 7 rebounds
Brady Perry – 5 points
Jason Werner – 4 points, 6 rebounds
Eric Long – 4 points, 6 rebounds

Team Total FG:  17
Team Total 3FG:  9 (Kovacs 2, Werner, Jr. 2, Wilson 2, Long, Seremeth,
Tete)
Team Total FT:  4-9

HERITAGE EAGLES

Will Faith – 7 points
Daniel Hendershot – 6 points
Ben Jackson – 4 points
Garet Bingaman – 6 points
Steven Wycoski – 1 point
Dylan Cline – 2 points
Nate Gaylor – 3 points

Team Total FG:  12
Team Total 3FG:  4 (Bingaman 2, Faith, Gaylor)
Team Total FT:  1-8

Record:  15-4

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Minnesota boys’ basketball

newspaper story

A poor day shooting the ball cost the Trojans. The Minnesota State Academy
for the Deaf boys basketball team fell 48-26 to Bethany Academy at home
Saturday, going just 11 of 51 from the field.

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Missouri girls’ basketball

Tonight we played Wentworth Military Academy Lady Dragons. We lost 42-44
making our record 1-10. It was a tough loss for us. The score at halftime
was 14-30. At the end of third quarter it was 25-42. I wish I could say we
made the comeback of the year and beat them in the fourth quarter. And
while we did make a huge comeback, it unfortunately was just short of a
victory. We played an amazing fourth quarter. We did everything right. We
just were not able to do so in the first half which put us behind and
ultimately cost us the game. We only went 5/11 on our freethrows which
hurt us. In addition, we had so many shots that we got robbed of. If even
one of those had gone in instead of bouncing out, we could have gone into
overtime. The first half we weren’t playing as a team nor putting enough
pressure on the ball. We finally got it together in the second half,
particularly the fourth quarter. Cheyenne Dickerson accepted her second
charge of the season. Elizabeth Harrison achieve
d her second double-double of the season with 13 points and 12 rebounds.
Each of our players scored with Delanzia Hayes being our high scorer with
21 points. Tyra Rogers and Melissa Davis both did fantastic on defense.
While Wentworth only had six players, us only having five played a major
role today in the fact that I had to call a time out to give the ladies a
break in the first half when I desperately needed that timeout at the end
of the game. That being said, I am extremely proud of these ladies because
they have played through pain, injuries, sickness, and countless other
difficulties this season. They have significantly improved from our first
practice and I am honored to be their coach. We are ready to play Bunceton
on January 31, 2017 at 6pm.

Stats
Tyra Rogers: 2 points, 4 steals
Cheyenne Dickerson: 4 points, 2 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 accepted charge
Melissa Davis: 2 points, 3 rebounds
Elizabeth Harrison: 13 points, 12 rebounds, 3 steals
Delanzia Hayes: 21 points, 3 rebounds, 7 steals, 3 blocked shots

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Missouri boys’ basketball

Wentworth M. A       12       7          4       8              31
MSD                  11       18       17      18           64

MSD
Scotty Percy -          17points and 11 rebounds
Mikal Meriwether- 15 points and 8 rebounds
Ste”Quan Scott  -     15 points and 3 Assists and 4 Steals
Marcus Smith   -      12  points and 5 assists and 4 steals
Dacota Pierson    -   5 points

Our record 8 won and 4 lost

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

65th Mason Dixon Boys Tournament at Louisiana SD
Thursday, January 26

FSDB      9   23   8    12-52
NCSD   17    4    11     0-32

Friday, January 27

VSDB     6    6    3    9- 24
NCSD     8   6   5   12-32

Saturday, January 28

NCSD     7  15  9  7-38
ENCSD  15  17  14  17-63

Nycobian Lineberger is selected as all-tournament player.

NCSD’s record is 7-5

Next game is at ENCSD on February 2 for make up on January 11 due to snow

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Phoenix Basketball

Girls:
PDSD 45, Academy of Tucson 20
Yara Vasquez led the team with 29 points.
Record: 13-6

Boys:
Academy of Tucson 65, PDSD 41
Record: 2-19

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Rhode Island basketball

*RISD Girls Basketball*

Rhode Island School for the Deaf girls’ played host to Rocky Hill School
today. We have not played this school in quite a while so it was nice to
get to play against them once again and renew our history. The game was
back-and-forth for most of the first half before we committed several
turnovers as Rocky Hill took advantage to jump out to a 5-point halftime
lead. Our second half letdowns did not happen today as we were able to
match them point-for-point and nearly came close to tying the game up
toward the end. Rocky Hill would win by the final score of 25-20.

RHS -  14  11 – 25
RISD -  9   11 – 20

*RISD*
Jackie Perry – JR – 12 Points, 8 Rebounds, 1 Assist
Yasmin Sicaju – SO – 6 Points, 7 Rebounds, 1 Steal, 1 Block
Makayla Teles – SR – 2 Points, 5 Rebounds, 2 Assists
Ellie Lister – 8th – 5 Rebounds, 1 Steal
Lillian Klein – 8th – 3 Rebounds, 1 Steal, 2 Blocks
Alize Pabon – SR – 1 Rebound, 1 Assist, 1 Steal

*RISD Girls Basketball Record*: 2-10
*Next Game*: Tuesday, January 31st @ Times Square Academy (4:00 P.M.)

*RISD Boys Basketball*

Rhode Island School for the Deaf boys’ basketball team traveled to
Swansea,
MA to play a neutral-site Coastal Prep League away game against Barrington
Christian Academy. By halftime, we trailed 25-15. The second half actually
saw our RISD boys win a half against a CPL opponent as our offense finally
started to show and live up to its potential. We would lose the game by
just eight points, 48-40. Our six iron Roosters continued to improve with
each passing game, which is the most important thing here as we look
forward to the ESDAA Tournament!

RISD – 15   25  – 40
BCA -  25   23  -  48

*RISD*
Junito Diaz – SR – 16 Points
Ariel Gonzalez – SR – 11 Points
Juan Fernandez – SO – 6 Points
Timothy Jallah – FR – 4 Points
Jayden Elias – 8th – 2 Points

*RISD Boys Basketball Record:* 0-17 (0-11 CPL)
*Next Game:* Wednesday, February 1st vs. Governor Baxter School for the
Deaf (4:30 P.M.)

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St Mary’s boys basketball

The Bisons travelled to Yorkshire, NY to face the Lions of Central
Baptist. They returned to Buffalo, NY with a 44-42 overtime victory!  This
was a unique game from the start as there was only one official for the
game.  Faced with a tough task at hand, the Bisons and the official did
the best they could in Lion country.  There were many lead changes during
the course of the contest.  It was a physical, emotional and action packed
game that left both teams exhausted afterwards.  Christian Lawrence led
all scorers with 15 points and 7 rebounds.  Nick Barrus had 14 points and
connected on 3 three pointers. Isa Habeeb had 13 points and 8 rebounds.
Kassim Kassim chipped in 2 points.

Our record is 4-4 and our next game is Thursday, February 2nd at
NYSSD/Rome.

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British Deaf vs Wales Deaf annual rugby match

Wales Deaf 23
British Deaf 12
 

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Jan
30

2017/01/30

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DeafDigest Sports – January 30, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Gallaudet basketball updates

— basketball updates

— ENCSD hall of fame story

Deaf Sports Collections update
— state baseball champion
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 1/30/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/hall-of-fame-coach-robert-watson/

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Gallaudet suffers first conference loss of the season at Morrisville State

MORRISVILLE, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team
suffered its first North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) loss of the
season here Sunday as Morrisville State College clipped the Bison, 96-90.
The loss snaps Gallaudet’s nine-game winning streak and its the first
setback for the Bison in January.

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

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Bison conclude weekend road trip at Morrisville State

MORRISVILLE, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team fell
to Morrisville State College here Sunday afternoon 79-44 in a North
Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) crossover game between the north and
south divisions.

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

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Eastern North Carolina hall of fame

‘Thrilled to be there’

ENCSD inducts 2nd Hall-of-Fame class

The thought never occurred to Charles Greene, Charles Johnston, Nona
Southerland, Robert Watson and Raheim Wright during their Eastern N.C.
School for the Deaf athletic careers that the tiny institution for the
hearing-impaired might, someday, establish a sports hall of fame.

full story at:
http://www.wilsontimes.com/stories/8216Thrilled-to-be-there8217,79570

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Martin De Porres 53  Lexington 26

East Elmhurst, N. Y. – Martin De Porres showed up with one less of their
best player as we played them last December and lost 19-92. Our boys
remembered the bitter taste and decided to do something better this time.
The Bluejays defense was awesome as they had hard time scoring compared to
the previous game. Our boys still missed a lot of open and good shots just
that the ball would not go in our way! We kept them in check rather than
allow them have a blowout game. After the game, the opponents’ coach came
up to Lexington’s coach and said, “Your team got better than the last time
we played.” then said, “Good Job”.

Stats Leaders:
Points: Steve Salmon (12?)
Rebounds: Jordan Laikram (4)
Assists: Steve Salmon (2)
Blocked Shots: Steve Salmon (1)
Steals: Aaron Laikram (3)

Box Score:
Martin De Porres:      4     14    17    18 = 53
Lexington:                 5     4     2    ?15 = 26

Season Record: 5-7

Next Game: Tuesday, January 31st VS NYSD (Fanweood) at 5:00 PM.

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Maryland girls’ basketball

CORRECTION

Emelia Beldon’s 5 three-pointers tied a record of most threes made in a
single game in MSD high school varsity girls basketball program history.

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Missouri girls’ basketball

Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles January 26-28, 2017:

We had a tough weekend playing basketball. We played four games in three
days. We played Illinois, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Kansas Schools for the
Deaf. Unfortunately we did not win any of them, though we were close on
some of them. Our record is 1-9. I saw a lot of things we’ve been working
on come together over the weekend which was nice. Elizabeth Harrison
earned her first double-double of the season (10 points, 16 rebounds) in
our game against Oklahoma School for the Deaf. Over the course of these
four games we dealt with a lot of adversity. Tyra Rogers broke her glasses
the second game of the series, we had a couple twisted ankles, we had a
girl get sick, several elbows thrown into us, and several other minor
injuries. But despite all of that plus playing against teams with long
benches, we persevered; and while we didn’t come home with a win, we sure
gave those other teams a run for their money. Every single coach spoke
with me after our games and told me how impressive it was that we were
able to hold our own on the floor even though we only had five players.
That doesn’t help our record, but it certainly helps boost our team
morale. Our next game is January 30, 2017 against Wentworth Military
Academy at 6pm.

Cumulative weekend stats
Tyra Rogers: 4 points, 11 steals
Cheyenne Dickerson: 10 points, 6 rebounds, 3 steals, 1 blocked shot
Melissa Davis: 7 points, 5 rebounds, 3 steals, 1 blocked shot
Elizabeth Harrison: 30 points, 34 rebounds, 9 steals, 2 blocked shots
Delanzia Hayes: 38 points, 14 rebounds, 12 steals, 2 blocked shots

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Rhode Island boys’ basketball

*RISD Boys Basketball*

Rhode Island School for the Deaf boys’ team traveled to South Kingston to
play a neutral-site away game against Middlebridge Academy, still in
search
of our first victory of the 2016-17 season. Things were looking bright as
we were only trailing by one at halftime, 22-21. Then our players started
to tire out and didn’t execute our gameplan as well as we could have and
allowed Middlebridge Academy to pull away for a 53-37 victory.

RISD -  21   16  – 37
MBA -   22   31  – 53

*RISD*
Ariel Gonzalez – SR – 21 Points
Juan Fernandez – SO – 6 Points
Timothy Jallah – FR – 6 Points
Junito Diaz – SR – 4 Points

*RISD Boys Basketball Record:* 0-16 (0-10 CPL)
*Next Game:* Monday, January 30th @ Barrington Christian Academy (4:30
P.M.)

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Rochester boys’ basketball

Last Tuesday, we were playing against Freedom Village at home. The game
was
really tight in first half. We were tied at the end of 1st quarter and
tied
AGAIN into the halftime! The score was 22-22. We made some adjustments and
the boys know that we need- the spark to get our lead over them as soon as
possible! Start of 3rd quarter, we kept fighting and fighting with Eagles
and we outscored them end of the 3rd quarter only 2 points, 36-34. The
boys
determined that the 4th quarter is OURS, WILDCATS! The boys showed up
especially Thomas Coates, he scored all 10 points in 4th quarter and
secured us a nice win over Freedom Village Eagles 46-39!

FVE        11       11      12       5      39
RSD       11       11       14      10     46

Thomas Coates – high career points in a game with 31 points! He also had
triple-double too with 11 steals and 10 rebounds
Tre Vaughn: 8 points and 10 rebounds

RSD Overall Record: 6-5

Yesterday, It is a little different than usual, we tend to play our games
early at 4pm or 5pm but last night due to regents tests and all that we
started the game at 6pm! Cornerstone is our opponent and they have around
15 players on the court. We coaches kept reminding our boys that the
numbers of players and their size doesn’t mean anything, and WILDCATS
always have the “HEARTS”… When the game tipped off, they grabbed a big
lead over us but we kept fighting and made the game closer than it looked.
At the end of 1st Q – we are down 7 points (6-13). When the 2nd Q started,
we determined that this quarter is OURS! We played so hard on each side,
offense and defense and we had 12-0 run going into the half! We also stole
their lead (18-13). In 2nd Half, they showed up once again and grab their
lead back and we kept staying behind them by 2-5 points until last 8
seconds. We were down by 3 points…. We called TIMEOUTTTTTTTTT…. our
ball….

…… designed the play …..

whistles…. the game started again, the boys followed the plan! Ahmed
received the ball and hand it to Tre easily. Tre on his full sprint and
pull the both defenders to him, he got Bode Aggas WIDE OPEN for 3 pointer
shot behind the arc. Bode Aggas looks calmly, take a beautiful shot as he
usually makes every day in the practice. Tre did great job for pulling
Bode
Aggas’s defender to him and he made beautiful pass to Bode, Bode did good
job placing himself behind the arc and get himself ready to TIE THE GAME
INTO THE OVERTIME!!! The ball looked beautiful. The arc of the ball to the
rim is perfectly accurate… The ball went to the rim…. IN…..
and…….. out…. WHATTTT!?!?! What a SHOT. The boys did great job on
managing the last seconds in the game… We are very proud of them. Be
sure
to tell the boys good job for yesterday’s basketball game…. THUMBS UP!

CS     13     0     15     13       41
RSD   6     12      8      12      38

Bode Aggas: 7 rebounds and 6 steals
Ahmed Mahmond: 10 rebounds 9 steals
Thomas Coates: 14 points 12 steals
Dylan Benjamin: 10 points 7 rebounds
Clarence Market: 2 points 6 rebounds
Tre Vaughn: 10 points 18 rebounds

RSD Overall Record: 6-6

4 HOME GAMES IN THE ROW FROM NOW AND ON!!! COME AND SUPPORT US!
 

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Jan
29

2017/01/29

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DeafDigest Sports – January 29, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Mason-Dixon boys finals

— basketball  & wrestling updates

– Western States Basketball Classic

— Gallaudet basketball

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Gallaudet basketball

women’s
Time runs out on Gallaudet comeback at Cazenovia

men’s
GU men’s basketballl maintains winning streak on the road

full stories at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/landing/index

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Mason-Dixon boys’ basketball

Mississippi 48 Alabama 44

Alabama, which led 36-33 at the end of the third
quarter, pretty much maintained the lead for much
of the fourth quarter. The momentum suddenly
changed when a Mississippi defender stole the
ball from the Alabama point guard when he
momentarily paused to set up a play. The
ball hawk drove in for an easy lay up,
which led to another series of lay ups.
Alabama was forced to commit fouls,
but Mississippi cashed in all of these
shots (six of them).

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2017 Mason Dixon Basketball Tournament

At Wilson, NC (Eastern North Carolina)

Girls Championship

Mississippi 56, Florida 44

Florida         7       7       7       23      =       44

Mississippi     8       27      10      11      =       56

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Western States Basketball Classic
Oregon State School for the Deaf
January 27-29, 2017

GIRLS

1st Round-Thursday:
Phoenix 70, British Columbia 4
Arizona 17, Oregon 12
Oregon 34, British Columbia 2
Phoenix 55, Washington 14

2nd Round-Friday
Arizona 32, British Columbia 20
Oregon 25, Washington 22
Arizona 36, Washington 14
Phoenix 56, Oregon 19

3rd Round-Saturday
Washington 41, British Columbia 10

3rd Place: Oregon 22, Washington 20
Championship: Phoenix 43, Arizona 13

1st-Phoenix (4-0)
2nd-Arizona (3-1)
3rd-Oregon (3-2)
4th-Washington  (1-4)
British Columbia (0-4)

BOYS

1st Round-Thursday
Arizona 34, Oregon 30
Utah 55, Phoenix 39
Oregon 41, Utah 39
Washington 32, Phoenix 29

2nd Round-Friday
Arizona 42, Utah 32
Oregon 41, Phoenix 26
Washington 49, Oregon 43
Arizona 55, Washington 36

3rd Round-Saturday
Arizona 32, Phoenix 29
Utah 52, Washington 37

3rd Place: Utah 61, Washington 36
Championship: Oregon 48, Arizona 40

1st-Oregon (3-2)
2nd-Arizona (4-1)
3rd- Utah (3-2)
4th-Washington (2-3)
Phoenix (0-4)

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Lighthouse East 58
Indiana Deaf 79

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Game #21

January 28, 2017

Maryland Girls vs Model Secondary School for the Deaf (Washington, D.C.)

             1   2    3    4  = Total
Model – 1   7    5    1  =  13
MSD  – 23  8   23  15 =  69

Halftime: MSD led 31 to 7

MSD ORIOLES

Em. Beldon: 25 points, 1 steal, 6 assists

E. Wood-Jacobowitz: 2 points, 4 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 assists

K. Lewis: 19 points, 11 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 assists

C. Perry: 18 points, 12 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 assists, 2 blocks

R. Guettler: 2 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 assists

B. Bonheyo: 3 rebounds, 1 steal, 3 assists

A. Cohen: 2 points, 2 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 assist

Ern. Beldon: 1 rebound, 3 steals, 5 assists, 1 block

M. Luebehusen: 1 point, 2 rebounds,

T. Harris: 2 points

Team FG: 23
Team 3 FG: 5 (Em. Beldon 5)
Team FT: 8-14

MODEL SECONDARY

Bingham – 3 points
Biega – 5 points
Mehan – 1 point
Kolison – 2 points
Nover – 1 point
Casella – 1 point

Team FG: 3
Team 3 FG:  1 (Bingham)
Team FT: 4-14

Record: 19 – 2

Emelia Beldon’s 5 three-pointers today is the second highest in a single
game in MSD high school varsity girls basketball program history.

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Game #18

January 28, 2017

Model Secondary School for the Deaf @ Maryland School for the Deaf

             1      2      3     4  =  Total
MSSD – 12    14    15    9  =   50
MSD   -  22   13    16   12  =  63

Halftime:  MSD led 35-26

MSD ORIOLES

Esteban Kovacs – 13 points, 4 assists
John Werner, Jr. – 23 points, 3 assists, 3 rebounds
Austin Wilson – 2 points
Egan Seremeth – 5 points
Bobga Tete – 2 points, 4 rebounds
Austin Latin -  2 points, 3 rebounds
Stefan Anderson – 6 points, 4 rebounds
Brady Perry – 6 points, 3 rebounds
Jason Werner – 4 points, 3 rebounds, 1 block

Team Total FG:  21
Team Total 3FG:  10 (Werner, Jr. 6, Kovacs 4)
Team Total FT:  11-20

MODEL EAGLES

Darren Brown – 15 points
Jorge Ortega – 1 point
Wilford Troup – 25 points
Maguire Hause – 7 points
Tykevious Hardin – 2 points

Team Total FG:  16
Team Total 3FG:  7 (Troup 6, Brown)
Team Total FT:  11-22

Record:  14-4

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Mississippi basketball

2017 Mason Dixon Basketball Tournament

At Wilson, NC (Eastern North Carolina)

Girls Championship

Mississippi 56, Florida 44

Florida         7       7       7       23      =       44

Mississippi     8       27      10      11      =       56

Kylisha Cathey, 19 points
Nilah Orey, 12 points

All-Tournament honors

Kylisha Cathey, MVP
Shakeedra Hubbard

Record: 15-1

At Baton Rouge, LA

Boys Championship

Mississippi 48, Alabama 44

Mississippi     9       11      13      16      =       48

Alabama         8       16      12      8       =       44

Mark Campbell, 23 points
Kenmarkis Meeks, 18 points

All-Tournament honors

Mark Campbell, MVP
Kenmarkis Meeks
KeyShawn Moore

Record: 8-8

Up next: Mississippi @ Bogue Chitto – 2/2

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Model sports

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Saturday, January 28, 2017 at 7:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 50

Maryland School For The Deaf: 63

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Saturday, January 28, 2017 at 6:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 13

Maryland School For The Deaf: 69

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 7:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 40

St. Anselm’s Abbey School: 51

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Saturday, January 28, 2017 at 12:30 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 60

[Shadow] Washington Latin Public Charter School: 12

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Saturday, January 28, 2017 at 12:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 23

Sidwell Friends High School: 54

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 28, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Mason-Dixon boys semi finals recaps

— basketball updates

— Deaf Rugby

Deaf Sports Collections update
Deaf player in NHL
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 1/28/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/small-group-picture-1920-gallaudet-deaf-football-players/

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Mason-Dixon boys’ semi finals

Alabama 49 Florida 35

The game was much closer than what the final score would
indicate. While Alabama led throughout the game, what
broke Florida’s back was four second-half three pointers,
three of them in the third quarter.

Mississippi 50 South Carolina 29

Both teams played racehourse basketball, running
up and down the court with full blast speed.
There were many missed open-shot lay ups.
It was just like watching a tennis match!

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American deaf girls basketball

American School for the Deaf Varsity Girls Basketball Team won our home
game against Pennsylvania School for the Deaf.  The score was 26 to17. 
Our record is 11-2.

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Colorado girls’ basketball

We are still on the losing streak, 0-11   We lost to Kiowa, no.3 in the
state last night by a score of 45-4.  The girls continued to struggle with
the offense

Friday’s game versus manzanola – we blew our chance in the final quarter
after trailing 16-9 at the end of third quarter. The final score was
28-13.

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Colorado boys’ basketball

CSDB – 28
Kiowa High School – 48

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Fremont boys’ basketball

Thursday, January 19th
CSD vs St. Elizabeth 58-62 (L)
2 Top Scorers-
Esau Zornoza- 24points
Cameron Baer- 9 points

Tuesday, January 24th
CSD vs OMI 48- 46 OT (W)
2 Top Scorers-
Esau Zornoza- 21points
Jax Pedersen- 11 points

Note: <https://www.instagram.com/csdathletics/> Congratulations to Senior
Esau Zornoza for reaching the one thousand point mark in last Tuesday’s
overtime win at Oakland Military.

Thursday, January 26th
CSD vs St. Elizabeth 60- 42 (W)
2 Top Scorers-
Jax Pedersen – 17 points
Angel Lara- 14 points

Overall record is 15-4
League record-  6-1

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Fremont girls’ basketball

January 24

CSD 23
College Prep 26

Record: 10-8

January 26

CSD 67
Making Waves 5

Record: 11-8, 3-0 League

After Making Waves, we have six straight league games to close out the
season in the next two weeks.

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Mason-Dixon Tournament at Louisiana School f/t Deaf, Baton Rouge, LA

Consolation Bracket

Georgia School for the Deaf 43, Kentucky School for the Deaf 26

Ga. School f/t Deaf     23      4    11    5 -  43
Ky. School f/t Deaf       2       0    10   14 – 26

Ga. School f/t Deaf (4-14)- Miles 2, Brown 19, Patoja 4, Davis 8, Royal 4,
Windhorn 6.

Ky. School f/t Deaf (2-13)- Irvin Herrera 15, Payne Yance 8, Mason
Biederman 3.

KSD eliminated from the tournament

Irvin Herrera- 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals

Mason Biederman- 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals

Payne Yance- 2 assists

Gerod Haynes and Jager Alfred- 2 steals each

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Kentucky girls’ basketball

January 27, 2017 – at Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf, Wilson,
NC

40th Annual Girls Mason-Dixon Basketball Tournament

Kentucky School for the Deaf 29
Louisiana School for the Deaf 30

KSD (6-11)  6  5  7  11
LSD (?) 7  6  6  11

KSD: Zoe Andrews – 16, Keaura Davis – 9, Kaley Vickers – 2, Abriana Norris
– 2

LSD: K. Kessler – 18, N. MacDonald – 2, K. Scott – 5, L. Hayes – 3, J.
Alanajjar – 2

The game was a hard battle from the start of the game! We made some key
mistakes in last minutes. We were leading with 6 points in the game and
lost by one point. However, I praise our girls for not quitting on me.
They fought hard throughout the game. I’m so proud of my girls.

Jenna Pratt – 17 rebounds, 5 blocks and 3 steals
Abriana Norris – 4 steals

KSD: 9 out of 30 2-PT field goals. 3 out of 7 3-PT field goals.  25
Rebounds, 9 steals, 6 blocks and 14 turnovers

Next game will be against St. Francis on Tuesday, January 31st at
Louisville, KY at 6:30 pm.

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

ASD 38 MPS 36

Last night there was long hard fought game between ASD and MPS at Tigers’
gym. Our starter, Bryce Callahan, sr sprained his knee at the beginning of
first quarter.

Without him, we overcame our battles with ASD until the last quarter. ASD
came back with its lead under 2 minutes left. Jorge banked his second trey
to tied the game. ASD

came up with two point lead under 1 minute left. MPS tried different ways
to catch up with Tigers lead. Unfortunately, we didn’t get the chance.

Our first lost of the season with its 9-1.

Next game at MPS vs. Waldorf today at 530pm.

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Mississippi basketball

Mason-Dixon Basketball Semi-Finals

At Eastern North Carolina

Girls game: Mississippi 50, Tennessee 31

Kylisha Cathey, 26 points

Record: 14-1

Up next: Championship game versus Florida – 1/28

At Louisiana

Boys game: Mississippi 50, South Carolina 29

Kenmarkis Meeks, 21 points
Mark Campbell, 12 points

Record: 7-8

Up next: Championship game versus Alabama – 1/28

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Today (1/27/17), we visited American School for the Deaf. It was hot game
that we lead 23 to 22 by halftime. But during 2nd half, ASD got hot start
and our defense got miscommunication lapse. We tried to make comeback but
it was too late. We lost with the score of 57 to 42.

I am VERY proud of our boys about how the team work and showed
sportsmanship whole game. Even my former coach is very impressed with our
Panthers!

Nasir Ford lead the team with 22 points, 11 rebounds, 4 assists, and 9
steals. Jacob Cross aided with 10 points, 13 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2
blocks. Jordan Shaw, Kevin Nguyen, Hazim Haroon, Aquil Roane, and Ronnie
Lewis held the fort with their tenacious defense. The team total of steals
is 15 and 4 blocks!!

Please praise them when you see them on Tuesday and come to support our
game against Delaware at home! (1/31/17)!!

Our record is 1-10.

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

Today we traveled to ASD (1/27/2017). We lost, 17-26.  The girls looked
all
frustrated and tired never had that fire in them the whole game.There
physical and mental stamina was gone the time we arrive they didn’t look
like the were ready!! Add Yasmean 10 points, 8 rebounds, 8 steals and 2
blocks. Natalya had 11 rebounds.

Record 6-4

This Tuesday 1/31/2017 will have a HOME game against DSD. So come out an
support them.. also if you see them tell them good job an keep work hard.

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Deaf Rugby

today is the big annual rugby match between
British national deaf team and Wales national
deaf team.

In recent years Wales defeated Great Britain
by blow out scores
 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 27, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

 

— Mason-Dixon boys scores and recaps

— basketball updates

— dedication to a past Gallaudet quarterback

— a Gallaudet national record broken

 
Deaf Sports Collections update
Davis Cup player in tennis
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 1/27/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/rick-macomber-standardbred-trotters-driver/

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Dedication

DeafDigest Sports dedicates this edition to Frank LaRosa
that departed us. An outstanding quarterback at
Mississipi School for the Deaf in the early fifties
he played one season of Gallaudet football. He was
said to be one of the best quarterbacks Gallaudet
has ever had – just that his career was short.

He left Gallaudet to pursue employment opportunities
elsewhere.

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

The NCAA-III record of most career rebounds (1545)
held by Ronda Jo Miller is no more. A woman
from Dennison University is the new reordholder.

Records do not last forever; being made to be
broken!

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Mason-Dixon boys’ basketball

— Georgia 41 Virginia 36
Georgia led by ten points at one stage before
Virginia caught up and made it interesting.

— Florida 62 Kentucky 35
Florida’s height and weight too much for the
inexperienced, but scrappy Kentucky team.

— South Carolina 51 Louisiana 45
South Carolina led by 15 and then by 12 before
tournament host Louisiana made it interesting.

— Mississippi 52 Tennessee 25
The undermanned Tennessee team, with just
five players, just would not play dead!

— Alabama 75 Georgia 52
With only one sub on the bench, Georgia still
refused to give up against its border rival.

— Florida 52 North Carolina 32
The losing North Carolina score was a huge
improvement over the 63-5 fiasco last season.

— South Carolina 64 Eastern North Carolina 60
Freshman Jeremiah Deans’ 32 points were not
enough to topple South Carolina.

note:
above comments per observation by DeafDigest
Sports editor who is in Baton Rouge, watching
these tournament games

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Today’s Mason-Dixon boys’ semi finals

Alabama vs Florida

Mississippi vs South Carolina
 
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American boys’ basketball

* 5th Annual Edward F. Peltier  Basketball Invitational *

American School for the Deaf Varsity Boys Basketball played against Marie
Philip School for the Deaf. Both teams battled back and forth the whole
game. We won- the final score was 38 -36.

Record 10-2.

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American girls’ basketball

American School for the Deaf Varsity Girls Basketball Team won our home
game against Marie Philip School.  The score was 31 to 15.  Our record is
10-2.

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Arkansas School for the Deaf VS Garrett Memorial 1/24/17

ASD JVR Girls Lost to Garrett Memorial – 4 to 25

ASD JRV Boys lost to Garrett Memorial – 7 to 38

ASD Leopards Ladies  LOST to Garrett Memorial – 22 to 45

Cieara Williams – 8 Points
Mikka Coburn – 7 Points
Sara Dobbs – 3 Points
Jewel Brandon – 2 Points
Alerys Henriquez – 2 Points

ASD Leopards Men Lost to Garrett Memorial 38 to 42
Henry James III – 18 Points
Shaq’ke Robinson – 11 Points
Jamarian Sission – 6 Points
Stephen Cathcart – 5 Points
Hammad Khan – 2 Points
David Merriman – 1 Point

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Arkansas basketball

Arkansas School for the Deaf  vs Victory Christian – 1/26/17

ASD JRV Boys Lost to Victory Christian – 5 to 28

ASD Leopards Men Won against Victory Christian – 47 to 46
Henry James III – 17 Points
Shaq’ke Robinson – 17 Points
Stephen Cathcart – 11 Points
Jamarian Sission – 2 Points

Arkansas Basketball Record

Win

Lost

ASD Junior Varsity Girls Record

0

7

ASD Junior Varsity Boys Record

0

12

ASD Varsity Ladies Leopards Record

8

4

ASD Varsity Men Leopards Record

3

14

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs. Tome School

DSD Girls

DSD 27  Tome 58

Record 8-4

DSD Boys

DSD 15  Tome  38

Record 10-3

Next game at PSD on Tuesday, Jan. 31st.

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Eastern North Carolina sports

ENCSD Hall of Fame to induct 5

A pair of acclaimed quarterbacks, a record-setting basketball performer, a
three-sport female standout and a veteran basketball coach form the second
class to be enshrined into the Eastern N.C. School for the Deaf Sports
Hall of Fame.

full story at:
http://www.wilsontimes.com/stories/ENCSD-Hall-of-Fame-to-induct-5,79473

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Indiana girls’ basketball

IHSAA GIRLS BASKETBALL SECTIONAL

2/1/17   Indiana Deaf vs Tindley  

TINDLEY 101, INDIANA DEAF 60

Indiana Deaf (18-4) — Demi Bingham 6 4-6 22, Kalena Bumbala 1 1-2 3,
Kate Lorenzo 2 1-2 5, Isabella Paulone 2 4, Anya Pothorski 2 0-1 4, Hannah
Puent 9 0-2 18, Ariel Senics 1 2-4 4. Totals: 23 8-17 60.

Tindley (16-5) — Leah Brimmage 3-5 1-2 7, Kendall Fisher 8-13 31, Jada
Goliday 1-3 2, Trinae Love 8-10 1-2 20, . Poole 1-2 4, Skye Williams 7-12
2-2 16, Nola Wilson 6-13 21. Totals: 33 5-8 101.

3-Point Goals – Indiana Deaf 2 (Demi Bingham 2), Tindley 10 (Kendall
Fisher 5, Trinae Love 1, . Poole 1, Nola Wilson 3).

editor’s note: the game took place last night. The February 1st
is a “rematch”

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Kansas girls’ basketball

1-4-17
Lost to Olathe Rec/Park (unknown the name of team)
40 – 41

1-10-17
Won to Gorillas (Olathe Rec/Park)
37-23

1-18-17
Won to Olathe Rec/Park (unknown the name of team)
44-24

Now, the overall are 8-3 records

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Mason-Dixon Tournament at Louisiana School f/t Deaf, Baton Rouge, LA

Florida School for the Deaf 62, Kentucky School for the Deaf 35

First Round

Ky. School f/t Deaf        4       7     11   13 -  35
Fla. School f/t Deaf     18     15     8    21 -  62

Ky. School f/t Deaf (2-12)- Irvin Herrera 19, Payne Yance 8, Mason
Biederman 2, Gerod Haynes 6.

Fla. School for the Deaf (7-12)- Douglas 9, Robinson 5, Rodriques 12,
DeAngelo 6, Merced 4, Enow 16, Williams 2, Newsome 6, Horvath 2.

KSD- 10th seed

Florida School for the Deaf & Blind- 7th seed in the 11-man Mason-Dixon
Tournament

Irvin Herrera- 8 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals, 2 blocked shots

Next up: Georgia School for the Deaf, 10:30 a.m. Friday, in the
consolation
bracket

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Kentucky girls’ basketball

January 26, 2017 – at Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf, Wilson,
NC

40th Annual Girls Mason-Dixon Basketball Tournament

Kentucky School for the Deaf 16
Tennessee School for the Deaf 38

KSD (6-10)  2  5  4  5
TSD (6-10) 12  9  6  10

KSD: Zoe Andrews – 7, Keaura Davis – 2, Kaley Vickers – 2, Jenna Pratt – 5

TSD: MarCreshia Phillips – 14, Amber Holmes – 17, Sydney Rednaur – 2,
Halley Robinson – 5

Tennessee started off quickly that we never had a chance to catch up. We
only made 6 FG out of 38 shots! In order to win the game, we need to
improve our shooting percentage.  I knew that the game would be tough
since Tennessee beat us last December. The 1st quarter hurt us.  I praise
our girls for not quitting on me. They fought hard throughout the game.
I’m so proud of my girls.

KSD – 20 rebounds and 8 steals

Abriana – 4 steals
Keaura – 2 blocks

Next game will be against Louisiana School for the Deaf on Friday January
27th at Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf, Wilson at 8:30 am. 
Louisiana is a good team. It will be very tough game. Our girls need to
play so well to win the game.

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Game #20

January 26, 2017

Maryland Girls at Frederick Force

            1     2    3   4  = Total
FF    -   5    5    7    6  =  23
MSD – 10  14  12  15 =  51

Halftime: MSD led 24 to 10

MSD ORIOLES

Em. Beldon: 15 points, 3 rebounds, 5 steals, 5 assists, 1 block

E. Wood-Jacobowitz: 2 points, 1 rebound, 2 steals

K. Lewis: 9 points, 8 rebounds, 4 steals,

C. Perry: 18 points, 11 rebounds, 7 steals, 1 block

R. Guettler: 4 points, 4 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 assists

B. Bonheyo: 2 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 assists

Ern. Beldon: 3 points, 1 rebound, 1 steal, 2 assists

M. Luebehusen: 1 rebound

T. Harris: 2 rebounds, 1 steal

Team FG:  20
Team 3 FG:  2 (Em. Beldon 2)
Team FT:  5-13

FREDERICK FORCE

Congleton: 2 points
Wilson: 4 points
Mochi: 7 points
Hill: 10 points

Team FG:  9
Team 3 FG:  0
Team FT:  5-7

Record: 18 – 2

MSD JV girls (6-5) picked up another team win today over Frederick
Force, 31 to 21.

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Game #17

January 26, 2017

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Frederick Force

             1      2      3     4  =  Total
MSD -    8    13     14    9  =   44
FF    -   10     7     13   13  =   43

Halftime:  MSD led 21-17

MSD ORIOLES
Esteban Kovacs – 12 points, 3 rebounds
John Werner, Jr. – 9 points, 5 assists, 3 rebounds
Egan Seremeth – 2 points
Bobga Tete – 2 points
Austin Latin -  2 points, 5 steals
Stefan Anderson – 7 points, 10 rebounds, 4 steals
Brady Perry – 2 points, 4 rebounds
Jason Werner – 6 points
Eric Long – 2 points, 3 assists

Team Total FG:  18
Team Total 3FG:  5 (Kovacs 4, Werner, Jr.)
Team Total FT:  3-5

FREDERICK FORCE

Nathan Jerore – 8 points
Isaac Blickenstaff – 14 points
Luke Sumpter – 4 points
Clay Stumper – 6 points
David Poole – 9 points
Dylan Garlock – 2 points

Team Total FG:  15
Team Total 3FG:  4 (Blickenstaff 4)
Team Total FT:  9-14

Jason Werner received a pass from his brother, John Werner, Jr. and hits
the game-winning shot inside the paint before time expires in a 44-43
victory over Frederick Force.

MSD avenged an early-season loss, 57-46 to Frederick Force at the Oriole
Classic championship game in less than 3 weeks ago.

Record:  13-4

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Michigan boys’ basketball

MSD 4 12 10 16 = 39
MER 4 9  16 16 = 45

MSD     2  10  16  21 = 49
MOSD 13 13 12 17 =   55

MSD  7 15 11 11 = 42
KSD  8 10 25 12 = 55

MSD    10 21 14 11 = 56
STMA  15 17 23 15 = 70

MSD  7 14 11 14 = 46
Land 11 12 16 11 = 50

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Minnesota boys’ basketball

newspaper story

The matchup was tough on paper, and that proved to be the case on the
floor as well. The Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf boys basketball
team dropped a 68-25 game to undefeated Cleveland at home

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Mississippi boys’ basketball

M-D BB Tourney at Louisiana

Boys Quarterfinals:

Mississippi 52, Tennessee 25

Kenmarkis Meeks 22 points
Mark Campbell 13 points

Next Game: Mississippi versus South Carolina – Eastern
North Carolina winner in Semi-finals – 1/27

Record: 6-8

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

Girls’я MD BB Tourney at Eastern North Carolina

Quarterfinals:

Mississippi 52, Alabama 25

Kylisha Cathey 10 points

Record: 13-1

Next Game: Semi-finals Mississippi versus Tennessee – 1/27

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Missouri boys’ basketball

                              1     2     3      4         total
Illinois               4     24    9     20         57
Missouri          5    20   14     15         54

Missouri

Mikal Meriwether  topped 24 and grabbed 21 points
Scotty Percy  topped 10 and grabbed 9 rebounds and 5 steals
Ste’Quan scoot shot 8 points and  grabbed 3.
Dacota Pierson shot 8 points.
Marcus Smith shot 4 points.

Record 4 won and 4 lost

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Phoenix Girls’ baskeetball

WSBC at Oregon School for the Deaf

Friday, 1st Round:
PDSD 70, British Columbia 4
PDSD 55, Washington 14

Next: Oregon
Record: 10-6

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Rhode Island basketball

*RISD Girls Basketball*

Rhode Island School for the Deaf girls’ basketball team traveled to North
Dartmouth, Massachusetts to take on Friends Academy. Both teams traded the
lead back and forth in the first half before the Roosters took a 13-12
lead
heading into halftime. Our second half struggles continued as we were
unable to get off good, close-range shots as Friends Academy’s defense
tightened up. Two of their players scored 16 out of 20 team points in the
second half, helping Friends Academy secure a 32-19 victory.

RISD – 13    6  – 19
FA -     12   20 – 32

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

*RISD Girls Basketball Record*: 2-9
*Next Game*: Monday, January 30th vs. Rocky Hill (4:00 P.M.)

*RISD Boys Basketball*

Rhode Island School for the Deaf boys basketball team returned to Coastal
Prep League play as the Roosters played host to Blackstone Valley Prep. We
were looking to show our improvements against this team from our matchup
earlier in the season. It certainly showed as we battled this team to a
18-18 halftime tie. This team was able to pull away in the second half by
switching their defensive tactics to slow down our offensive attack and it
worked. Fatigue started to set in on our six-man rotation, but the coaches
were very proud of their players for the improvements that were shown on
both sides of the court.

BVP -   18   31  – 49
RISD -  18   14  – 32

*RISD*
Ariel Gonzalez – SR – 19 Points
Junito Diaz – SR – 8 Points
Juan Fernandez – SO – 5 Points

*RISD Boys Basketball Record:* 0-15 (0-9 CPL)
*Next Game:* Friday, January 27th @ Middlebridge Academy (6:00 P.M.)

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St Mary’s boys basketball

This afternoon the Bisons took on New Life Christian of Olean, NY.  The
Bisons were outmatched in the height department but were ready for the
challenge.  New Life went out and took the lead and maintained it for most
of the first.  The Bisons scored 4 points in the last minute and were
trailing 10-6 after the first quarter.  New Life came alive in the second
quarter and capitalized on their height and outside shooting.  The Bisons
showed balance on offense and Nick Barrus hit a long range three pointer. 
The Bisons trailed 22- 15 after two quarters.  The start of the third
quarter was in the Bisons favor.  The Bisons had 5 players score in the
third quarter and cut the lead to 4 points.  Kassim Kassim, who was
playing great defense took an inadvertent elbow to the nose with 2:15 left
in the third and was forced out of the game until we could get the
bleeding to stop.  New Life became hot, hitting three consecutive three
pointers and took the lead and never looked back.  The Bisons lost by a
final of 49-34.

Overall record…3-4….next game is Monday, Jan. 30th @ Central Baptist.

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Texas baasketball

In front of a great crowd during Senior Night, girls lost to Faith
Academy, 39-32. Now 21-7.  Boys won 51-29 over Faith Academy. Now 19-5.

We honored Cross Country, Swimming, Cheer, Girls Basketball, and Boys
Basketball Seniors.

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 32 – First Baptist Christian School 40

Record
7 Won and 10 Lost

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

@ First Baptist

WPSD 41 – FB 67

D. Harclerode – 14 points
C. D’Amore – 13 points, 10 rebounds

Record 5 – 11, League 1 – 6

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 26, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Mason-Dixon boys pairings

— basketball updates

— elite deaf athletes

— a Gallaudet swimming honor

— a wrestling update

Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf champion race walker
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 1/26/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/picture-of-deaf-referee-chris-miller-in-big-time-basketball-game/

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Mason-Dixon boys’ pairings

game 1: Georgia vs Virginia
game 2: Florida vs Kentucky
game 3: Louisiana vs South Carolina
game 4: Tennessee vs Mississippi
game 5: Alabama vs game 1 winner
game 6: North Carolina vs game 2 winner
game 7: Eastern North Carolina vs game 3 winner

it is a 11-team tournament and this is why the
pairings are different as compared to tournaments
of even numbered teams

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Gallaudet men’s swimming

Gallaudet’s Martinez awarded fourth NEAC Men’s Swimmer of the Week honor

GANESVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced
its conference student-athlete of the week awards for the week of Jan. 24
and for the fifth time this season a member of the Gallaudet University
men’s swimming and diving team was honored. Freshman Chris Martinez (El
Paso, Texas) was bestowed with the honor of NEAC Men’s Swimmer of the Week
for the fourth time this season.

full story at:
http://www.gallaudetathletics.com/sports/mswimdive/2016-17/releases/neacsaow-jan24

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American boys’ basketball

American School for the Deaf Varsity Boys Basketball traveled to Rhode
Island School for the Deaf. Final score 57-19.

American- Napoleon Langston had 29 points and made four from 3 pointers.

Record 9-2.

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs. Tri-State Christian Academy (TSCA)

DSD Girls

DSD 50  TSCA 43

Record  8-3

DSD Boys

DSD 33   TSCA  69

Record  10-2

Next Game – Tome School tomorrow 1/26

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Kansas boys’ basketball

Elvin

2

9

3

20

3

34

Kansas Deaf

9

12

10

8

8

39

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Junior – 16 points, 8 rebounds, 6 steals

Aryzona Marsh, Senior – 7 points, 4 rebounds

Raul Melgar, Junior – 7 points, 5 rebounds

Marcus Aiken, Junior – 5 points

Zander Sumansky, Sophomore – 4 points, 1 assist

*Team Total FG: *11-27
*Team Total 3FG: *0
*Team Total FT: *17-34

*Record:* 11-1

Our next game will be against Hyman Brand on Thursday, January 26th at KSD
at 6:00PM

Our second game will be against Arkansas Deaf on Friday, January 27th at
Oklahoma Deaf at 5:00PM

Our third game will be against Oklahoma Deaf on Saturday, January 28th at
Oklahoma Deaf at 10:00AM

Our third game will be against Missouri Deaf on Saturday, January 28th at
Oklahoma Deaf at 4:30PM

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Model wrestling

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at 4:30 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 60

McLean School: 6

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at 4:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 27

Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School: 34

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New Mexico girls’ basketball

NMSD (3-5) girls team played its first conference game across the St.
Francis street at Santa Fe Waldorf. Roadrunners quickly attacked the
baskets in 1st quarter with 19 pts for a big lead. Roadrunners’ senior
Janel Miller went out with her knee injury and the wolves began to trim
Roadrunners’ lead. Our trio Roadrunners, Andrea Lebya,  Mya Malone, and
Lindsay Hand stepped up to stay the lead with scoring attacks in last
three
quarters for the win. Frosh Mya Malone had her season high with 19 pts and
also grabbed 12 rebounds before fouling out with 4 minutes left in the
game. The coaching staff were proud of their poise to maintain the lead
through the game without their leader on the court.

NMSD 19  10  5  10   44
SF W.   3   11  8  11   32

NMSD – Hand 5 10, Martinez 1 5, Lebya 3 6, Miller 2 4, Malone 9 1 2 19
3 ptrs- Martinez

SF Waldorf  – Sheehan 2 3 8 7, Perez 5 4 6 23,  Kyser 2 4
3ptrs- Perez 3.

Next game, 1/25 at home vs Walawota.

The visiting Walatowa’s line up was too much for NMSD’s inexperienced
girls
to handle for a loss.  The score was 53-18. Roadrunners’ frosh Lindsay
Hand
led the team with 9 pts. Walatowa’s Samantha Gachupin had 13 pts.

Walatowa. 10.  25.  15.  3.  53
NMSD (3-7) 2.  12.   4.   0.  18

Walawota-  Henderson 2 7, Chinana 1 1 2 3, Nieto 2 4, Hardy 2 4, Loretto 1
2, Casiguito 1 0 2 2, S. Gachupin 5 0 2 10, R. Gachupin 3 12, J. Casiguito
2 4, S’mya Gachupin 1 2.
3 ptrs – Hendersen , Sam. Gachupin, R. Gachupin 2

Next game, Thursday at Evangel Christian

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The wildcats traveled to Finney for the crosstown matchup last night.
Finney is always a tough game and yesterday was not different.  We had a
tough time against their press in the 1st quarter and fell behind
quickly19-6.  RSD pushed to get back in the game but came up short.  The
wildcats were led by Courtney Gentzke with 16 points with Julia Ott adding
4 points.  Cah’ryn Moquette, Neriyah McPherson, Diane Ward and McKenna
Girod each added 2 points in the loss.

final score: 40-28
Record: 3-8

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St Mary’s girls basketball

Our game against Oracle was cancelled.

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the motocross racer who retired too young

Ashley Fiolek

http://www.dirtrider.com/ashley-fiolek-interview-video
 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 25, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Gallaudet basketball updates

— basketball updates

— Mason-Dixon boys’ & girls’ seedings

— ESDAA-II girls’ pairings

— college deaf athletes

— elite deaf athletes

Deaf Sports Collections update
— Deaf basketball accommodation
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 1/25/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/alex-hickey-deaf-player-australian-rules-football/

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Mason-Dixon boys’ seedings

1     Eastern North Carolina
2     North Carolina  
3     Alabama    
4     Mississippi
5     Tennessee  
6     Virginia   
7     Florida    
8     Louisiana
9     South Carolina  
10    Kentucky   
11    Georgia                      

note:
DeafDigest Sports editor is attending this
Mason-Dixon boys’ tournament at Louisiana
School for the Deaf. He plans to post brief
game by game reports in the championship
rounds for DeafDigest Sports subscribers.

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Mason-Dixon girls’ seedings

   1                   Mississippi                 
   2                    Georgia                        
   3                   North Carolina            
   4                    Tennessee                  
   5                    Kentucky                   
   6                    Virginia                       
   7                    Florida                        
   8                   Alabama                    
   9                  Louisiana                    
 10                  South Carolina          
 11          Eastern North Carolina    

note:
tournament takes place at Eastern North Carolina

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ESDAA-II girls’ pairings

39th Annual Girls Division II ESDAA Basketball Tournament
Hosted at the Marie Katzenbach / NJ School for the Deaf
320 Sullivan Way, Trenton, NJ 08625
February 17th – 19th, 2017

Friday February 17th
2:15 pm     game 1      #1 Pennsylvania vs STEM Civics Charter
4:15 pm     game 2      # 3 New Jersey vs # 6 NYSSD – Rome
6:00 pm     game 3      #4 Rochester vs   # 5 Rhode Island
7:45 pm     game 4      #2  St. Mary’s vs # 7 West Virginia

Saturday February 18th
2:00 pm     game 5      STEM Civics Charter  vs loser of game 3
4:00 pm     game 6      loser of game 2 vs loser of game 4
6:00 pm     game 7      winner of game 2 vs winner of 4
7:45 pm     game 8      PSD vs winner of game 3

Sunday February 19th
8:30 am     game 9      loser of game 3 vs winner of game 6
10:00 am    game 10     loser of game 8 vs loser of game 7
11:30 am    game 11     winner of game 8 vs winner of game 7   

Admission fee:
Adult – $5 / day      Students w ID – $3 / day
      Under 6 – free
Adult weekend package: $12 for a 3 day pass

Refreshments will be sold by the class of 2017. Come enjoy Philly
cheesesteaks, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, chips, soda and water.

Go to MKSD.org and click on athletics.
The site will updated after every game.

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Bison roll past Phoenix as Gallaudet increases lead in NEAC standings

WASHINGTON -  The victories keep coming for the Gallaudet University men’s
basketball team as they defeated Wilson College, 88-68, here Tuesday night
in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) game before 467 in the Field
House.

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

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Gallaudet turns it over to Wilson

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University women’s basketball team missed an
opportunity to make up ground in the North Eastern Athletic Conference
(NEAC) standings here Tuesday night. The Bison turned the ball over 30
times against Wilson College as the visiting Phoenix left the Field House
with a 61-55 victory.

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

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American girls’ basketball

American School for the Deaf Varsity Girls Basketball Team won their away
game against Rhodes Island School for the Deaf. The score was 38 to 20.
Our record is 9-2.

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Florida boys’ basketball

Congratulations to our girls and boys players of the week for January
16-January 21!  We had a tie this week for boys defensive player of the
week.
 
Boys Defensive Player of the Week:  Wallace Burrell, FSDB, averaged 7
defensive rebounds, 1.7 steals, 1.3 blocks, and 0 charges drawn in 3
games.

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Fremont sports

Last weekend CSD hosted the 12th Willigan Wrestling Tournament where
Riverside, Indiana, Maryland, Model, and Texas Schools for the Deaf came. 
Texas was the duals winner and two of CSD’s five wrestlers won their
individual weight class, they were Cruz Ascencio (106) and Jayme Ruiz
(145).  Kal Carpenter (126) also came in second.  Congratulations to
everyone!

Athlete of the Week:
JAYME RUIZ – Our 145-pound wrestler has dominated opponents all of last
and this year.  At the recent Willigan Wrestling Tournament at CSD, Jayme
was undefeated both days and won 1st place in his weight class.  He also
was recognized as the Most Outstanding Wrestler of the tournament. 
Congratulations to a well-deserving student-athlete!

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Wednesday January 25
Girls Basketball Away Game
@ International – JV 4pm
151 Oak Street San Francisco, 94102
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Thursday January 26
Boys Basketball HOME GAME
vs St. Elizabeth’s – JV 4pm, Varsity 5:30pm

Girls Basketball HOME GAME
vs Making Waves – Varsity 7pm
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Saturday January 28
Boys Wrestling Away Tournament
@ Liberty High School, 8am
850 2nd Street Brentwood 94513

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Irvington (2A) 82
Indiana Deaf   39

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Iowa girls’ basketball

Lost to Riverside 44-15.
Record 0-14

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Game #16

January 24, 2017

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Loudoun County Patriots

             1      2      3     4  =  Total
MSD -    5     10    20   12  =   47
LCP  -   13    12    21   12  =   58

Halftime:  Loudoun County led 25-15

MSD ORIOLES
Esteban Kovacs – 15 points
John Werner, Jr. – 9 points, 4 steals
Egan Seremeth – 4 points, 5 rebounds
Bobga Tete – 4 rebounds
Austin Latin  – 3 rebounds
Stefan Anderson – 12 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals
Brady Perry – 5 points, 3 rebounds
Jason Werner – 2 points, 1 block

Team Total FG:  16
Team Total 3FG:  3 (Kovacs 2, Werner, Jr.)
Team Total FT:  12-23

LOUDOUN COUNTY PATRIOTS

Noah Mitchell – 9 points
Michael Maltby – 8 points
Will Welty – 8 points
Jared Andrews – 8 points
Drew Stocker – 2 points
Scott Richardson – 10 points
Stephen Yeorick – 11 points
Connor Weitz – 2 points

Team Total FG:  25
Team Total 3FG:  2 (Mitchell, Richardson)
Team Total FT:  6-9

Record:  12-4

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Game #19

January 24, 2017

Maryland Varsity Girls vs Mercersburg Academy

            1   2    3   4  = Total
MA  -    4   9   11  1  =  27
MSD – 11 12   7   5  = 35

Halftime: MSD led 23 to 15.

MSD ORIOLES

Em. Beldon – 15 points, 4 rebounds, 1 steal, 6 assists

K. Lewis – 12 points, 8 rebounds, 2 steals

C. Perry – 6 points, 11 rebounds, 1 block

R. Guettler – 3 rebounds, 3 assists

B. Bonheyo – 2 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals, 3 assists

Team FG:  12
Team 3 FG:  2 (Em. Beldon 2)
Team FT:  5-15

MERCERSBURG
Gooch – 8 points
Jones – 1 point
Jornlin – 7 points
Coleman – 6 points
Oghagbon – 5 points

Team FG:  8
Team 3-FG:  3 (Gooch 2, Jornlin)
Team FT:  2-8

Record: 17 – 2

MSD Girls Varsity Basketball concludes IPSL (Independent-Parochial School
League) play for the season with a 3-1 league record. The team defeated St.
James and Saint Maria Goretti earlier in the season, and lost to St. John’s
Catholic Prep.

MSD JV Girls Basketball (5-5) defeated Mercersburg Academy 39-29.

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Phoenix Deaf School Basketball Results

Varsity Girls Basketball

Ray High School vs. Phoenix Deaf School – L, 30 – 70

Record: 8 – 6

Varsity Boys Basketball

Ray High School vs. Phoenix Deaf School – L, 20 – 59

Record: 2 – 13

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Rhode Island basketball

*RISD Girls Basketball*

Rhode Island School for the Deaf held our annual ‘Senior Night’ where we
recognized three of our seniors for their contributions to RISD Athletics
Program. Our girls competed with ASD for the first several minutes of the
opening half before ASD’s Nikita Mallach started to have her ways with our
defense. ASD would jump out to a 10-point lead at halftime and the second
half was the same as ASD had a score for every score we converted. ASD
would win by the final score of 38-20, completing a three-game sweep of us
this year.

ASD -  20   18  – 38
RISD – 10   10  – 20

*ASD*
Nikita Mallach – 18 Points
Craichelle Morrison – 8 Points
Tracy Bernadel – 4 Points
Faith Hensel – 4 Points
Jatara Page – 4 Points

*RISD*
Makayla Teles – SR – 10 Points
Yasmin Sicaju – SO – 8 Points
Ellie Lister – 8th – 2 Points

*RISD Girls Basketball Record:* 2-8
*Next Game:* Thursday, January 26th @ Friends Academy (3:45 P.M.)

*RISD Boys Basketball*

Rhode Island School for the Deaf boys’ team played host to American School
for the Deaf on ‘Senior Night’ where we recognized the contributions of
our
three seniors to RISD’s Athletic Programs. ASD would jump out to a huge
lead, dominating us on both sides of the court and had a 31-8 lead by
halftime. The Tigers would win by the final score of 57-19 and swept us in
two regular season contests. ASD’s Napoleon Langston went off for 29
points
in his last career game at RISD while RISD’s senior Ariel Gonzalez had a
team-high 15 points.

ASD -   31   26  – 57
RISD -   8    11  – 19

*ASD*
Napoleon Langston – 29 Points
Robert Milone – 13 Points
Andrew Ray Taylor – 7 Points
Jarmal Puryear – 5 Points
Jahan Gillespie – 3 Points

*RISD*
Ariel Gonzalez – SR – 15 Points
Junito Diaz – SR – 2 Points
Juan Fernandez – SO – 2 Points

*RISD Boys Basketball Record:* 0-14 (0-8 CPL)
*Next Game*: Thursday, January 26th vs. Blackstone Valley Prep (4:30 P.M.)

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St Marys’ boys basketball

The Bisons took on the Ravens from The Gow School this afternoon.  The
HERD came out running and battled with the Ravens.  Isa Habeeb had 15
points in the first half and dominated.  Nick Barrus ran the offense and
was able to find Habeeb and set him up to score.  Kassim Kassim created
chaos on the court defensively to help the Bisons.  Christian Lawrence
controlled the boards as well.  The score was 23-22 in favor of the Bisons
at halftime.  The Bison maintained the lead in the third quarter and the
Ravens refused to back down.  It was a back and forth game with each team
playing with pride.  The Ravens hit a three pointer from deep with 1:15
left in the game to put them up 46-43. The Bisons struggled to connect on
several three pointers as time ticked away and lost 46-43.  Isa Habeeb led
all scorers with 23 points and 11 rebounds.
Overall record…3 -3….next game is Thursday against New Life Christian.

Game: St. Marys Deaf vs Gow JV 43:46

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Texas Basketball

Girls @ San Juan Diego, won 60-21. Now 21-6.

Boys @ San Juan Diego, won 83-40. Now 18-5.

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Washington basketball

WSD Girls and Boys Basketball Scores vs. Three Rivers Christian:  1/24/17

Lady Terriers 8 vs. TRC 51
WSD – 0-2-6-0
Record 3-4 (League 0-3)
Ashantay Truong – 2
Adele Giles – 4
Salina Lozier
Emma McKinney
Lexie DiCapua
Brandy Pietsch – 2
Annie Kvamme
Jessane Rogers
Kelly Gutierrez
Ashley Balcazar
Maya Schaut
Etasha Stone

TRC – 19-9-22-1

Terriers 45 vs. TRC 37
WSD – 14-10-2-19
Record 1-6 (League 1-2)
Cristian Martinez-White – 16
Ricardo Pineda
Juan Gayton-Arroyo – 4
Taylor Payne – 17
John Smart
Wylee Rogers
Osvaldo Cruz
Bladi Tuburcio – 8
Kyle Culmer
Adam Arntzen

TRC – 11-8-7-11

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 25 – Seeds of Faith 21

Records
7 won and 9 lost

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college deaf athlete

University of Colorado Boulder student Sarah Faust was involved in a
rowing accident that left her deaf. Faust has been hard of hearing since
birth, but in her first year on the CU Boulder crew team, an accidental
clap on the ear by an oar caused her to lose her hearing.

full story at:
http://cuindependent.com/2017/01/23/deaf-cu-student-crew-team-member-reporting-2-submission/

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elite deaf athletes

Alex Hickey, Australian Rules football

see his profile at:
http://www.geelongcats.com.au/football/vfl/vfl-list

just scroll a little bit down on the list until you see his profile

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 24, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball updates

— wrestling updates

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

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

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

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Willigan wrestling results

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

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

Most Pins:
Cruz Ascenico, Fremont – 4

Fastest Pin:
Stone Leiker, Texas – 10 seconds

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

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

Thanks for bearing with DeafDigest Sports’ computer
limitations!

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Alabama basketball

Friday, January 20, 2017

ASD Lady Warriors 28  Atlanta Area School for the Deaf 19

Season record:  4 – 14

ASD Silent Warriors 48  Atlanta Area School for the Deaf 39

Season record: 9 – 9

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Arkansas basketball

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

ASD JRV Girls lost to Garrett Memorial – 4 to 40

ASD JRV Boys lost to Garrett Memorial – 2 to 29

ASD Leopards Ladies lost to Garrett Memorial – 34 to 49

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

ASD Leopards Boys Beat Garrett Memorial – 49 to 46

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

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

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

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Colorado Basketball

Boys:

1-19-17

CSDB 35 Hanover 31

1-20-17

CSDB 18 Belleview Christian 48
Record: 2-10

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Girls:

1-19-17

CSDB 13 Hanover 36

1-20-17

CSDB 7 Belleview Christian 45

Record: 0-11

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Fremont boys’ basketball

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

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

Overall record is 13-3

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Iowa Deaf Boys basketball

ISD  26  Riverside 73

We are now 0- 13

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Kansas girls’ basketball

Kansas School for the Deaf HS girls basketball team

Jan 21, 2017

KSD 68 vs Mich 23

KSD 45 vs MSD 31

Overall records 6 – 2

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Maryland wrestling

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

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

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Missouri girls’ basketball

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

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

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

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

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

Our Final score is 29-16

Our record is 6-3

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

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Good evening!

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

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

The record is now 1-9

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

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Rhode Island basketball

*RISD Boys Basketball*

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

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

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

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

*RISD Girls Basketball*

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

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

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

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

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

SCSDB vs  Calhoun Falls Boy’s Basketball

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

Andrew Bibbs- 7 pts 3 steals

SCSDB 1-8

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Texas boys’ basketball

newspaper rankings

TAPPS 4A

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

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Texas girls’ basketball

newspaper rankings

TAPPS 4A

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

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DeafDigest Sports – January 23, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

………………………………..

Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball updates

— Gallaudet updates

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

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

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

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Conference win streak continues as Bison take down Fighting Tigers

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

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

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

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

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

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

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Kansas boy’s basketball

*January 21, 2017*

*Michigan Deaf @ Missouri Deaf*

Michigan Deaf

7

13

11

11

42

Kansas Deaf

8

10

24

13

55

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Junior – 25 points, 18 rebounds

Aryzona Marsh, Senior – 15 points, 8 rebounds

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

Marcus Aiken, Junior – 11 points, 4 assists

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

*Record:* 9-1

*Game # 11*

*January 21, 2017*

*Missouri Deaf @ Missouri Deaf*

Missouri Deaf

10

7

9

7

3

36

Kansas Deaf

4

9

8

11

8

40

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Junior – 10 points, 10 rebounds

Aryzona Marsh, Senior – 5 points, 2 rebounds

Raul Melgar, Junior – 5 points, 3 rebounds

Marcus Aiken, Junior – 11 points

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

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

*Record:* 10-1

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

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

newspaper rankings

Class 1A

1. Pine Grove (18-5)

2. Leake County (14-6)

3. Durant (12-7)

4. McAdams (13-5)

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

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Missouri boys’ basketball

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

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

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

4-3 record

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Missouri girls’ basketball

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

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

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

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Oregon girls’ basketball

newspaper standings

CASCO

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

Crosshill Christian 6-0 league, 11-6 overall

Perrydale 4-3 league, 8-5 overall

Falls City 2-3 league, 7-6 overall

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

Jewell 0-4 league, 4-7 overall

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

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Oregon boys’ basketball

newspaper standings

CASCO LEAGUE

Perrydale 7-1 league, 11-3 overall

Crosshill Christian 6-1 league, 11-6 overall

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

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

Falls City 2-4 league, 7-7 overall

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

Jewell 1-5 league, 4-9 overall

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

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Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Deaflympics media opportunities

— basketball updates

— Gallaudet updates

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

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

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

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Deaflympics media opportunities

Deaflympics Summer Games

Samsun, Turkey

July 18-30, 2017

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

Producer – Coordinate crew and all SportsDeaf coverage during Deaflympics.

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

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

Videographer/Editor(s) – Videography, edit all video contents, video
permissions, captioning, social media photography and social media
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transcripts in final caption formats, provide technical support, works
both in studio and remote locations and social media photography.

Art Director – Create show look – logo, animation, presentation,
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Signer/Field Reporter(s) – Interviews and presents news stories in
International Sign.

Stipends or Internship

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

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

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Gallaudet updates

men’s swimming
Bison defeat Mustangs on Senior Day

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Mid-American Basketball Classic at Ohio

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Florida football

Florida has ad some great football seasons in recent
years.

Florida never had any All-State honors.

Is it saying Florida football is not good enough?

Not really. There was a newspaper posting that said:

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

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Kentucky girls’ basketball

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

Mid-American Basketball Classic & OSD’s homecoming Weekend

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

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

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

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

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

KSD – 16 steals and 19 rebounds

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

Zoe Andrews – 3 steals.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Kaley Vickers and Abriana Norris – 6 rebounds each

Abriana Norris – 7 steals.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Abriana Norris – 4 steals.

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

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Mid-American Classic at Ohio School for the Deaf

First game:

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

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

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

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

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

Mason Biederman and Payne Yance- 5 rebounds each

Second game:

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

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

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

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

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

Irvin Herrera- 9 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 steals

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Lexington boys’ basketball

LEX 46- PSD 35

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

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Lexington Girls’ Basketball

January 20, 2017

Game # 9

Lexington at Pennsylvania School for the Deaf

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

Halftime – PSD led 18 – 13

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

Varsity Record : 6-3

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Missouri boys’ basketball

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

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

Record 4 won and 2 Lost

Michigan
K. Jones 25 points
D. Collins 11 points

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Missouri girls’ basketball

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

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

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Western Pennylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 37 – OSD 9

Records
6 Won and 8 lost

WPSD 21 – KSD 32

Record
5 won and 9 lost
 

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