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DeafDigest Sports – February 1, 2017

Barry Strassler, editor

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Hot DeafSports News at:

http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball updates

— wrestling updates

— Fremont announcement of spring coaches

Deaf Sports Collections update
— an important person in the rodeo world
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

Basketball won-lost records, as of 2/01/17
http://deafdigestsports.com/category/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.net/rodeo-important-man/

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Fremont spring coaches

I’m pleased to announce our High School Spring Sports Coaches and notify
you of some vacancies.  Congratulations, Jeanne!  The teams will have
their tryouts on Monday February 6th.  Go Eagles!

Varsity Softball
Head Coach – Jeanne Dike
Assistant Coach – Ray Schnell
Assistant Coach – Vacant

Varsity Baseball
Head Coach – Ryan Lentz
Assistant Coach – LaVar Kellywood
Assistant Coach – Vacant

Varsity Track and Field
Head Coach – Kathy McHugh
Assistant Coach – Fred Chin
Assistant Coach – Kris Hatch
Assistant Coach – Vacant

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs. PSD

DSD Girls

DSD 51  PSD 20

Record  9-4

DSD Boys

DSD 66  PSD 49

Record 11-3

Next game at Tri-State Christian Academy  on Thursday, Feb 2nd.

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Iowa boys’ basketball

Sidney 58  ISD  26

0-15

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Iowa girls’ basketball

Lost to Sidney 54-11

Record 0-15

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Kansas boys’ basketball

Walterson

17

7

12

9

45

Kansas Deaf

16

8

20

11

55

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Junior – 27 points, 21 rebounds

Aryzona Marsh, Senior, 10 points, 6 rebounds

Raul Melgar, Junior – 2 points, 9 rebounds

Zander Symansky, Sophomore – 6 points, 2 steals

Marcus Aiken, Junior, 8 points, 3 rebounds

*Team Total FG: *25-42
*Team Total 3FG: *2 (Marcus Aiken – 2)
*Team Total FT: *3-6

*Record:* 15-2

Our next game will be against Ozanam on Thursday, February 2nd at KSD at
7:00PM

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Kentucky girls’ basketball

Kentucky School for the Deaf 26
St. Francis 55

KSD (6-12)  6  2  2  16
St. Francis (9-9) 15  9  17  14

KSD: Zoe Andrews – 6, Keaura Davis – 4, Kaley Vickers – 6, Abriana Norris ÿÿ 2,
Haylie Kircher ÿÿ 4, Jenna Pratt ÿÿ 4.

St. Francis: Alexis Nelson ÿÿ 34, Tori Richardson ÿÿ 1, Jumani Reed ÿ�
� 16, Parker Smith ÿÿ 1, Destiny Oho ÿÿ 1.

Zoe Andrews ÿÿ 8 steals

KSD: 10 out of 46 2-PT field goals. 0 out of 3 3-PT field goals. 
19 Rebounds, 13 steals, 7 blocks and 19 turnovers

Next game will be against Riverside Christian on Tuesday, February 7
at Lost Creek, KY at 6:30 pm.

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Lexington basketball

LEX/NYSD game will be re-scheduled due to the possibility of unsafe roads

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

Recaps of our two games:

MPS 51  Waldorf of Mass Bay 38

Last Friday, the team from Lexington, MA, Waldorf of Mass Bay gave MPS
hard time with its only 5 players dressed up. They showed up with their
hard work and gave their hearts on the court. MPS began with some
struggling at the first half but got lead by 11 points in half time. Onto
the second half, Waldorf came back to close game with down by 5 points.
MPS decided to call timeout and then regroup with some changes on defense.
Finally we started to play better and better. Dylan Christoffels, junior
led with 20 points, 13 rebounds and 9 assists.

Last night game:

MPS 41 Commonwealth 35

MPS cannot find their shooting groove until the second half. We didn’t
have good start and let Commonwealth lead with 9-3 then MPS stormed back
to tied the game 15 -15 in halftime.

Onto the second half, we focused lots on inside the paint and kept scoring
from the paint. Finally we escaped and got big lead with 11 points up.
Commonwealth came back with their unpredictable shots. Good thing we were
able to stall the game and went on for 11th victory of the season. Dylan
and Kacey Monahan, soph shared 16 points each. Dylan had 6 steals while
Kacey had 10 rebounds.

Our records now is 11-1.

Next game tomorrow at Waldorf at 535pm.

Thursday game at MPS vs. Brimmer & May 2 at 5:15pm.

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Maryland wrestling

Maryland School for the Deaf defeated Sandy Spring Friends School 45-30

145: Maverick Obermiller (MSD) def. Omar Morel (SSFS) (Fall 0:37)
152: Jonny Gherman (SSFS) def.Kiser Holiday (MSD) (DQ)
160: Double Forfeit
170: Jason Lombardo (MSD) won by forfeit
182: Paul Pinto (MSD) won by forfeit
195: Ayomide Omakanwaye (SSFS) won by forfeit
220: Brodey McAfee (MSD) def.Qian Lin (SSFS) (Fall 0:47)
285: Pacey Wilson (MSD) won by forfeit
106: Peter Thang (MSD) won by forfeit
113: Jamaal Porter (MSD) won by forfeit
120: Kendre  White (MSD) won by forfeit
126: Jonathan Crawley-Fye (SSFS) won by forfeit
132: Luke Ferris (SSFS) def.Jonathan  Melchor (MSD) (Fall 1:56)
138: Nicholas Hoddick (SSFS) def.Kenny Bissainthe (MSD) (Fall 0:19)
Team Penalty -3 pts

Covenant Life School defeated Maryland School for the Deaf 39-30

152: Double Forfeit
160: Joshua Illinger (CLS) won by forfeit
170: Matt Swinford (CLS) def. Jason Lombardo (MSD) (Dec 9-4)
182: Paul Pinto (MSD) won by forfeit
195: Brodey McAfee (MSD) won by forfeit
220: Double Forfeit
285: Pacey Wilson (MSD) won by forfeit
106: Timothy Wilcox (CLS) def. Peter Thang (MSD) (Fall 2:56)
113: Gabriel McClure-Maurus (CLS) over Jamaal Porter (MSD) (Fall 0:57)
120: Kendre  White (MSD) won by forfeit
126: Connor Malone (CLS) won by forfeit
132: Josiah Polk (CLS) def. Jonathan  Melchor (MSD) (Fall 2:34)
138: Jeremy Matthews (CLS) def. Kenny Bissainthe (MSD) (Fall 0:10)
145: Maverick Obermiller (MSD) def. Eric Stancik (CLS) (Fall 0:21)

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Michigan girls’ basketball

New Life Christian 38, MSD 13

Halves:

1st – NLC 26, MSD 4
2nd – NLC 12, MSD 9

Hailey Cooper – 8 pts, 8 Rebs, 2 assists

Wendy Chicky – 2 pts, 7 Rebs, 1 assist, 2 steals, 1 block

Candace Fleming – 3 pts, 2 Rebs, 1 assist, 6 steals

Catherine Gonzalez – 0 pts, 3 Rebs, 1 steal

Rina Manssora – 0 pts, 8 Rebs

Chloe Woggerman – 0 pts, 2 Rebs, 2 assist, 2 steals

MSD record: 2 wins, 9 losses

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Missouri boys’ basketball

Bunceton              8       9       6       19         42
MSD                       13     16     14     11         54

MSD
Ste’Quan Scott – 22 points and 8 steals
Marcus Smith – 13 points and 4 steals
Mikal Meriwether- 10 and 7 rebounds
Scotty Percy – 9 points and 13 rebounds

Our Record – 9 won and 4 lost

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Missouri girls’ basketball

Tonight we played the Bunceton Lady Dragons. We lost the game 16-62 making
our record 1-11. I can’t really say anything bad about the game. We were
no match for Bunceton. It was a blowout from tipoff. So our secondary goal
was to get everyone to score – which we succeeded in doing. We went out
tonight and had fun. We tested some new things out and experimented with
our plays; stayed positive and played basketball. There was a lot of
giggling tonight while trying to set up new plays or rotations. We had a
good time. We didn’t get any remarkable stats but we made the best of the
situation at hand. I did see a lot of good things happening on the floor:
good ball control, good boxing out, good communication. And once again we
got compliments from the opposing team on how great we are able to play
having only five players. I couldn’t be prouder of these ladies. We have a
nice break now and don’t play again until February 6, 2017 against Chamois
at 6pm.

Stats
Tyra Rogers: 2 points, 2 steals
Cheyenne Dickerson: 2 points, 2 rebounds
Melissa Davis: 2 points
Elizabeth Harrison: 6 points, 14 rebounds, 2 steals
Delanzia Hayes: 4 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals

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New Mexico girls’ basketball

NMSD roadrunners (3-8) were plaqued with turnovers in the first half but
rallied to single digit for a loss to town rivalry, Santa Fe Waldorf with
the score of 45-36. Roadrunners’ Antonia Martinez led the team with 11 pts
and her teammate Mya Malone had 9 rebounds.

Santa Fe. 13. 14. 6. 12. 45
NMSD.     6.    2.  13. 15. 36

Santa Fe
Shedan 9 0 1 21, Perez 7. 2.  6. 16, Wagner 0 0, Kyser. 4 8
3 ptrs- Shedan

NMSD
Lindsay 4 1 8 9, Martinez 4 3 4.11, Baca 2. 4, Lebya 2 4, Malone 4 0. 1  8

Next game, Wednesday at Vaughn

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

Today, 1/31/17 we played against to Delaware School for the Deaf. We lost
20-51. The girls play good start game until they got a lot of fouls. They
did play well. Yasmean had 12 points add Natayla had 8 rebounds.

Record 6-5

Next game, this Thursday 2/2/17 will have play away game vs. NJSD. 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 (1/31/17), Delaware School for the Deaf came and playing against PSD
boys. The PSD had a lead in first half with strong defense but during
second half DSD got hot and robbed our opportunity to keep our lead. We
lost 66 to 49 but we kept our heads up because we are able to keep compete
with division one teams! I praise them for not giving up!

Nasir Ford scored 24 points, 11 rebounds, 6 assists, and 4 steals. Jacob
Cross helped with 21 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals. Our
newcomer eighth grader, Ronnie Lewis surprised us by showing his teammates
not to give up by scoring 2 points at end of minutes!!!

We will be facing NJSD on Thursday, February 2nd at NJSD. Please support
our awesome boys!!!!

The record is 1-11

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St Mary’s girls basketball

The Lady Bisons are on the mend after getting struck by the flu bug and
having to cancel a few games due to lack of numbers.  Yesterdays match-up
against Central Baptist was our first game back in almost 3 weeks.
Needless to say we had some rust that needed to be shaken off. We started
the contest off very slowly and before we had time to settle into the fast
pace that our opponent had established it was 15-0 in the first quarter.
Once the Lady Bisons were able to get their “legs back”, the momentum
shifted back in our favor.  With the help of Cameron Cole and Jasmine
Hollingsworth stepping up their game offensively,  we were able to double
up on the Lions in the 2nd quarter and close the gap to just 6 points
before halftime.  Central Baptist raised their level of play in the 3rd
quarter and unfortunately with only 5 players and no substitutes we were
unable to keep pace as the Lions extended their lead back to the 15 point
advantage they had in the 1st half.  With all of the
 energy we had left we attempted a different defense that would help stop
our opponent from scoring but it would put us out of gas quicker.  Despite
the loss 40-23, the Lady Bisons gave the Lions a decent game considering
our extenuating circumstances.  Our next contest is this Thursday as we
travel to Rome, NY to take on last year’s ESDAA champions, NYSSD Trojans. 
Wish us luck as we look to rebound from our loss and get back on track.

Overall Record: 2-6

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Texas basketball

Girls and Boys traveled down to Boerne to play Geneva School.

Girls won 38-22, now 22-7.

Boys won 28-26, now 20-5.

Both teams have one more game in district play. This Thursday at Concordia Academy.

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Washington basketball

WSD Girls and Boys Basketball Scores vs. Columbia Adventist:  1/31/17

Lady Terriers 10 vs. CAA 55
WSD – 4-0-4-2
Record 3-9 (League 0-4)
Ashantay Truong
Adele Giles – 2
Salina Lozier
Emma McKinney
Lexie DiCapua
Brandy Pietsch – 4
Annie Kvamme
Jessane Rogers – 2
Kelly Gutierrez
Ashley Balcazar – 2
Maya Schaut
Etasha Stone

CAA – 14-14-8-9

Terriers 31 vs. CAA 50
WSD – 3-9-7-12
Record 3-9 (League 1-3)
Cristian Martinez-White – 11
Ricardo Pineda – 1
Juan Gayton-Arroyo
Taylor Payne – 5
John Smart
Wylee Rogers – 10
Osvaldo Cruz
Bladi Tuburcio – 2
Kyle Culmer
Adam Arntzen – 2

CAA – 16-14-10-10

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West Virginia boys’ basketball

Union 68 WVSD 12

Hancock JV 60 WVSD 23

WPSD 53 WVSD 23

OSD 57 WVSD 17

KSD 47 WVSD 27

Union 81 WVSD 24

Our record 0 – 10

It is growing pains for us but players’ attitude are great.

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 23 – Westmoreland Christian Academy 18

Records
8 won and 10 lost

 

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